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Samus Aran Samus Aran was originally a native of the Earth colony K-2L. She was living with her parents, Rodney Aran and Virginia Aran, when, at the age of three, the colony was visited by the Chozo. The Chozo had come in hopes of gaining some of the Afloraltite the colony mined there, but the colony was unwilling to give them any. Samus, however, caught the attention of Old Bird, one of the Chozo elders. The two of them went for a walk, where they began to strike up a friendship. Samus began to call him “Grandpa� and Old Bird introduced her to her new pet, Pyonchi.


However, a Space Pirate raid, led by Ridley, commenced on the colony. Samus herself had an encounter with Ridley, where she asked if they could become friends. Ridley was humiliated in front of his troops as a result, and attempted to kill Samus, before her mother pushed her out of the way. Virginia was subsequently killed by Ridley, while her father sacrificed himself to explode Ridley’s flagship. Little did Ridley know that, in killing Samus’s mother, as well as attempting to kill her too, he had succeeded in creating his enemy. Samus was the sole survivor of the attack. Eventually, the same group of Chozo found her alone and stranded on the destroyed colony. Old Bird decided to take Samus. They brought her to their planet, Zebes, and raised her with Chozo influence. She was infused with Chozo blood , and later given the powerful bio-mechanical Power Suit, built entirely out of Chozo technology. Samus trained under the Chozo for many years. By the age of 14, she was already well past the physical limits of ordinary humans. The Chozo were unsure at first of her ability to become a true warrior, until they witnessed her compassion to a flock of Iona Faria that had gone insane as a result of exposure to the Bajar Grove. Old Bird told her that she had his confidence and she immediately left the planet for the Federation.


However, a Space Pirate raid, led by Ridley, commenced on the colony. Samus herself had an encounter with Ridley, where she asked if they could become friends. Ridley was humiliated in front of his troops as a result, and attempted to kill Samus, before her mother pushed her out of the way. Virginia was subsequently killed by Ridley, while her father sacrificed himself to explode Ridley’s flagship. Little did Ridley know that, in killing Samus’s mother, as well as attempting to kill her too, he had succeeded in creating his enemy. Samus was the sole survivor of the attack. Eventually, the same group of Chozo found her alone and stranded on the destroyed colony. Old Bird decided to take Samus. They brought her to their planet, Zebes, and raised her with Chozo influence. She was infused with Chozo blood , and later given the powerful bio-mechanical Power Suit, built entirely out of Chozo technology. Samus trained under the Chozo for many years. By the age of 14, she was already well past the physical limits of ordinary humans. The Chozo were unsure at first of her ability to become a true warrior, until they witnessed her compassion to a flock of Iona Faria that had gone insane as a result of exposure to the Bajar Grove. Old Bird told her that she had his confidence and she immediately left the planet for the Federation.


She was assigned to the command of Adam Malkovich, who referred to her as “Lady.” He would always finish his orders with the question, “Any objections, Lady?” It was his way of cementing the trust between the two of them. Her squadmates were Kreatz and Mauk, whose admiration of Samus lead them to disobey Federation orders and travel to Zebes to help the Chozo. A few years later, without warning, Samus vanished completely, abandoning her post in the GF Police. Her reasons for doing so are unknown. She did not resurface until a few years later, and by this time had become universally-renowned as a Bounty Hunter. She had apparently spent these years single-handedly hunting down Space Pirates. So much of her life during this time is shrouded in mystery, the public believes her to be a male cyborg, not the same woman who graduated first in her class at the GF Police. After becoming the most famed and capable of all Bounty Hunters, succeeding in missions everyone considered impossible, Samus was summoned by the Galactic Federation. A Federation Planet Reclamation Division had been sent to capture Metroid specimens for study, but the Space Pirates had swept in, killed all the crew, and stolen the Metroid. The capture of this creature was a disastrous blow to the Federation. The Metroid could leech life from victims, was impervious to most weaponry, and could be cheaply cloned by exposure to beta rays for 24 standard hours.


The Metroid could leech life from victims, was impervious to most weaponry, and could be cheaply cloned by exposure to beta rays for 24 standard hours. The Pirates had already tested their potential in a three-way simultaneous act on several Federation worlds, which were a stunning success for the Pirates’, with no casualties to their side at all. This was a grave threat to the fate of the Federation. With hundreds of Metroids under their power, the Space Pirates would inevitably begin a campaign to conquer the rest of the universe. Galactic Civilization would end. After a long and harrowing search, the Federation Police tracked the Pirates to Zebes. They launched an invasion but Pirate resistance was strong. After much debate, the Federation decided to turn to Samus to infiltrate the base at Zebes. She was given two objectives.

Destroy all Metroid organisms. & Defeat the Mechanical Life-Form


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