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|Main Weapon(s)||Power Suit|
|First Appearance||Metroid (1986)|
|Latest Appearance||Metroid: Other M (2010)|
AppearancesEditThe Paper Hunter In Paper Team Nintendo, Samus follows Ridley to Zebes where Mario and Co. appear out of the portal in front of her. Samus then fights them thinking they are a threat. After you beat her she joins the team. She is the second to last person to join the group. Her special ability is laying bombs to get past debris. Metroid Prime 4: Mutation, the Space Pirates take a DNA sample of Samus and mix it with Phazon. They use this Hunter Phazon on a Metroid causing it to mutate into a Samus-like form called Metroid Samus. Later, Samus falls into a vat of Hunter Phazon. Samus, already being herself, grew into a large mutated beast. This mutation gave her incredible strength, sharp senses, and agility.
Samus will appear in Super Smash Bros. Adventure. Here, she will be teleported to the Pokémon World, and will have to fight through the many Pokémon enemies that live there. She will use here Arm Cannon as her normal attack, the Charge Shot, and here Final Smash, the Fire Shot.
Samus encounters her old rival, Dark Samus. Her armor pieces fell off during her defeat. Dark Samus is bringing Pikachu to her master. She's not gonna give up. She fired at Dark Samus. It was a rematch between the person without power and a person with dark power.
The Game MasterEdit
Samus Aran appears as Princess Lara's newest bodyguard in Captain N: The Game Master and very rarely speaks. She is the most mysterious of the N Team, so mysterious that nobody even knows that she's a girl. She is a loyal member of the team seemingly however she joins only so she can extract her personal revenge on Mother Brain. She claims that she does not care for the team to Kevin once she reveals her true intent however by the end of the game she reveals that she truely does care as she reveals herself to be a woman to the others.
Samus appears in Metroid Prime 4: Clone as the playable character. She uses the Clone Suit to destroy parts of a Space Pirate space station, but however loses her new suit to Sylux. After that, she locates a new Mother Brain, and destroys the space station. However, she does not make it out in time and is blown off to a jungle planet...
Samus appears in Super Smash Bros. Demigod as a starter character, her moveset is based on Brawl.
Samus appears as an unlockable character in Second Era: The Silver Sun. She wants to save the multiverse by defeating the Silver Sun.
In the events of Metroid: Virus, Samus travels to Earth (now Geoterra-253) to exterminate the last of the Pirates, encountering several old allies (Noxus and Spire), as well as new foes (the new Super Pirates and robotic android Mecha-Samus). She regains several classic upgrades, but receives new combos for two of her beams.
Zero Suit SamusEdit
Main Article: Zero Suit SamusZero Suit Samus is Samus Aran without her Power Suit on. Without her Power Suit, Samus wears a blue skin-tight leotard. Zero Suit Samus is much more agile and swift without her Power Suit, as she does not have to carry as much weight around. Zero Suit Samus also yields a gun that can turn into a laser whip.
Zero Suit Samus made her official Super Smash Bros. debut in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. However, she is not a new playable character on her own, but rather, she is Samus' alternate form, similar to Princess Zelda and Sheik. She was meant to be in Super Smash Bros. Adventure, however, she was taken out when Classic Mode was announced to have been removed.