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A bust originally intended to depict Vyyth.

Vyyth was one of the Bryyo Gods mentioned in notes created by Matt Manchester for Metroid Prime 3: Corruption. Ultimately, the gods did not appear in the retail version of Corruption, but the story behind them was the basis for the numerous busts in the Imperial Hall room. In Manchester's notes, Ordyyn is named as the Harvester of Nectar, and is written as having provided the Bryyonians with a nectar to heal the sick and diseased. The bust created to represent Vyyth was later repurposed as a sculpture of the emperor Andest I.

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"Harvester of Nectar – Vyyth: When the oceanic waters receded from the primordial island, and land spread outwards in all direction, Vyyth poured upon the naked crust of the land the invigorating and restorative burning nectar. This immaculate serum has the powers to heal the sick and diseased. All newborn younglings are ceremonially bathed in this curative substance to ensure strong vitality."

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