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The Searcher The Chozo Searcher was one of the Chozo researchers who inhabited SkyTown, Elysia, a Chozo research facility placed in the skies of the gas giant planet Elysia. While the Searcher's name is unknown, it is known that she is female. Thus, she is the only named female Chozo, discounting Samus Aran, who is a Human-Chozo hybrid. The Searcher was apparently the first to discover the sentient planet Phaaze, although this encounter was brief and little to no information regarding the identity of the planet was discovered. She made her discoveries from the Chozo Observatory, a room in Eastern SkyTown, Elysia designed to document and investigate other planets by the use of Elysian satellites.

When it came time for the Chozo to depart Elysia, the Chozo Searcher requested that the Elysians continue to explore the skies for the mysterious planet. The Elysians finally did find the planet some 1050 years later when Phaaze launched a Leviathan at an unknown planet (possibly the Pirate Homeworld) and the Elysians were able to uncover its origin as a wormhole, leading back to Phaaze.

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The Assault on the Pirate Homeworld was a full-scale attack commenced by the Galactic Federation on Urtraghus, near the end of Metroid Prime 3: Corruption.

The Pirate Homeworld was the first planet to be struck by the Leviathans under Dark Samus' control. Its impact spread corruption throughout the planet and the Homeworld was quickly beginning to become like Phaaze, the Leviathan's planet of origin.

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Samus Aran's Light Suit is the ultimate blending of Luminoth and Chozo technology. It was solely created to counter the forces of darkness and it has proven to render Samus immune to darkness effects that would otherwise hinder her. The Light Suit contains the Light of Aether which renders the atmosphere of Dark Aether harmless, allowing Samus to dive into Dark Water without danger, walk unscathed through the Ingstorm, and ride on Light Shafts.
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The Vorash is a creature featured in Metroid: Other M. It is a large, fish-like being that inhabits the Lava-filled areas of the Pyrosphere in the Bottle Ship. After being instructed by Adam to follow a purple monster into Sector 3, Samus enters the main tunnel of the Pyrosphere, and notices a large creature jumping out of the lava. As she nears the end of the tunnel, Vorash suddenly jumps out of the lava in an attempt to ingest Samus. Vorash seems to have somewhat of a fixation on eating Samus.

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Brinstar Melee

Brinstar is a stage in Super Smash Bros. Melee, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS that depicts Zebes's deep caverns, and is based on the area of the same name. The stage is available from the start, and the player fights Samus Aran there in most of her appearances. In Adventure Mode, after fighting Samus, the player must evacuate Zebes in one minute. This stage is essentially a redesign of the Planet Zebes stage from Super Smash Bros.

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Zero Suit Samus refers to Samus Aran when she is wearing her Zero Suit. The name "Zero Suit Samus" was coined in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, in which Samus appears as a playable character with and without her Power Suit. Zero Suit Samus is playable in Metroid: Zero Mission and Metroid: Other M, and in Brawl and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. Zero Suit Samus also makes non-playable appearances in the Special Endings of Metroid Prime Hunters, Metroid Prime 2: Echoes and Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, as well as the intro of Corruption.

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Dark Aether

Dark Aether was created when a Leviathan from Phaaze crashed onto Aether, splitting it into two dimensions. Dark Aether is called as such because it is a twisted "dark" version of Aether, and the "dark matter" in its atmosphere is damaging to "light" beings, such as humans, the Luminoth, and Space Pirates. Simply visiting Dark Aether can quickly kill creatures of the "light" universe unless precautions are taken. Dark Aether is home to the Ing, a race of shadow beings.

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The Shinespark is a move Samus can execute after getting the Speed Booster ability and has appeared in every game with it. It was originally taught to her by the Dachora on Zebes. The Shinespark is performed by activating the Speed Booster, crouching, and then jumping. When jumping, Samus can choose to aim the Shinespark in one of five directions; these directions are left, diagonal up-left, up, diagonal up-right, and right. The process must not be interrupted if the Shinespark is to be performed successfully. Once she has stored a charge by crouching, Samus may stand up and move around as usual with the exception of jumping normally, which will activate the Shinespark. This may be avoided by performing a Spin Jump, which does not activate the technique. While Samus cannot fire any beams while doing a Shinespark, a charged beam can be maintained during a Shinespark in Metroid: Zero Mission.

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