It is possible Zebetites are somewhat living tissue.

Can anyone find the source for this statement? Not that I don't like the idea of Zebetitie being living tissue; it sounds like a likely possibility, but this needs a source. User:Tuckerscreator 22:05 07 April 2009

Not in Super's Manual either. I've never heard it being anything but some type of "ore"/"life-support". ChozoBoy [ADMIN] (Talk/Contribs) 05:56, 8 April 2009 (UTC)

Prime 3 bestiary? Edit

Should these be added into Corruption's bestiary category? I know that the ones on Bryyo are simply a destructable, environmental decoration that gives health and ammo and can be completly ignored, but based on the artist's comments, they are definetly Zebetites (despite missing a few traits from the 2d variants), and Zebetites are commonly considered as a creature/enemy. Also, the ones from Super can actually be ignored by use of two glitches... Your thoughts? (Latinlingo 19:38, November 3, 2010 (UTC))

I'd say yes, but Extraxi is pretty adamant they're only for Enemies fought, so probably not. You could argue they are fought in the other games, but seeing as this is the corruption category, I'm not sure. HellKaiserryo12[ADMIN] (TalkContribs) 19:46, November 3, 2010 (UTC)
But a lot of creatures in the Metroid series can be completely ignored without ever having to fight them. For example, Zoomers/Geemers. With a little bit of effort, you could probably ignore them through an entire playthrough in a Metroid game (especially in Corruption, since they are in one room only). Another example is Ridley and Kraid; you can beat NES Metroid without ever meeting them, and yet they are in the Bestiary category. So what exactly do they mean by Enemies fought?(Latinlingo 19:56, November 3, 2010 (UTC))

Extraxi is banned for a month. Until it expires, feel free to do whatever you want. I've already readded the Bottle Ship's enemy list. --RoyboyX 20:42, November 3, 2010 (UTC)

Enemies fought as in like its programmed to act as a rival or enemy, like you can avoid the Skree but it is programmed to be an enemy, which is meant to be fought. Metroid101 20:52, November 3, 2010 (UTC)

So anything that moves and is active (bioform/spirit or mechanoid) which can make you lose health. Allright then. (Latinlingo 00:54, November 4, 2010 (UTC))

With a significant exception- If you can't kill it but it actively attempts to kill you, I'd include it.--AdmiralSakai 00:39, November 5, 2010 (UTC)

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