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[[Image:Octroll.png|thumb|left|Octroll as it appears in ''[[Metroid II: Return of Samus]]''.]]
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[[Image:Octroll.png|thumb|left|Octroll in ''[[Metroid II: Return of Samus]]'']]
   
Although these tentacled creatures' attack pattern greatly resembles that of the [[Chute Leech]], '''Octroll''' can both jump much higher and cause a bit more damage. These creatures are larger than [[Samus]]. When destroyed, they nearly always yield [[Energy Capsule|large energy units]]. They are encountered in only one section of [[SR388]]. It is unknown if the [[X Parasite]]s saw the Octroll species as a potential host, as Samus did not encounter any Octroll-X in ''[[Metroid Fusion]]''. although the similar [[Choot]] creatures were onboard the [[Biologic Space Laboratories research station]].
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'''Octrolls''' are creatures native to [[SR388]] resembling octopuses, whose sizes make them larger than [[Samus]].
   
The game's [[commercial]] depicts them rising from a blue substance resembling [[water]]. Ingame they thrive in the [[dangerous liquid]].
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These cephalopods' attack pattern is nearly identical to that of the [[Chute Leech]], though the former can jump much higher and cause more damage. Two of their tentacles possess fins, possibly used to float through the air.
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When destroyed, they nearly always yield [[Energy Capsule|large energy units]]. They are encountered in only one section of SR388.
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The game's [[commercial]] depicts them rising from a blue substance resembling [[water]]. In-game they thrive in the [[dangerous liquid]].
   
 
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Revision as of 20:19, July 8, 2014

Octroll

Octroll in Metroid II: Return of Samus

Octrolls are creatures native to SR388 resembling octopuses, whose sizes make them larger than Samus.

These cephalopods' attack pattern is nearly identical to that of the Chute Leech, though the former can jump much higher and cause more damage. Two of their tentacles possess fins, possibly used to float through the air.

When destroyed, they nearly always yield large energy units. They are encountered in only one section of SR388.

The game's commercial depicts them rising from a blue substance resembling water. In-game they thrive in the dangerous liquid.

Manual

"When Samus comes close, they fall fluttering downward."

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