Sylux is a part of the Metroid universe, and is a sticker and trophy in Brawl.--Antimatter 20:57, February 16, 2008 (EST)
- i know he's a part of the Metroid universe. it doesn't matter unless you have some proof of that sticker and trophy. otherwise, he doesn't need a SmashWiki article. FyreNWater - (Talk • Contributions ) 23:30, February 18, 2008 (EST)
- I found info on the trophy, thanks to Mario Wiki, but I don't know about the sticker...
Oh, the last part of the article is a bit...iffy. I haven't seen the 100% ending to Corruption but I'm absolutely certain all the hunters die at the end of Hunters right? And even if it is Sylux's ship, there's no proof it really is Sylux. But again, I have only seen the extended ending and not the 100% one so I wouldn't know anyway. --Jackton (talk) 12:16, 2 December 2008 (UTC)
After you beat Gorea's second form, you can see clearly six coloured lights escaping from the vanishing prison. Isn't it strange that each of those lights has a colour that symbolizes one of the hunters ? I think they survived and escaped. However, I doubt about the fact that the ship in MP3's 100% ending is Sylux's ship. Metalink187 (talk) 13:14, 7 March 2009 (UTC)
Why is this its own article? Plenty of things have stickers and trophies with no articles, and Sylux has no bearing on Smash beyond that. Heck, Space Pirates are far more popular, prominent, and have been in many more games, plus they have a trophy and two stickers, but they lack an article, for instance. And that's not even considering the vast number of non-Metroid one-shot characters that got trophies with no wiki representation (for good reason). I'd just make this a redirect but I'm curious if there's some reason it's stayed alive... Hell, we don't even have a page for Rosalina. There's one for Mother Brain, which is kinda weird, but at least she impacts more than one game in the series as a main antagonist rather than a minor rival. Weavel and the like are redirects as well... Dazuro (talk) 09:39, April 18, 2010 (UTC)