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The following is a list of the trophies from the Metroid series that appear in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. There are 29 trophies in total.

Name How to Unlock Picture Trophy Box Description
Samus Beat Classic Mode with Samus.
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The Beginning of Metroid Flag of North America.png Samus Aran has fought her way across a variety of planets in the Metroid series. She wears a Power Suit designed by the Chozo, giving her incredible versatility in a fight. She can wade in, but she favors beams and missiles. A fully charged Charge Shot packs a serious punch!
Flag of Europe.png The heroine of the Metroid series, Samus Aran. Her missions take her across the reaches of space, and her Power Suit gives her immeasurable fighting prowess. In this game, she uses a variety of ranged attacks based around beams and missiles. When her Charge Shot is fully charged, it can launch foes with devastating force.
  • Metroid (08/1987)
  • Super Metroid (04/1994)
Samus (Alt.) Purchase from the Trophy Shop after beating Classic or All-Star Mode with Samus.
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Other M Flag of North America.png Samus protects herself from overhead enemies with her up smash, Cover Fire, which can land multiple hits on anyone it connects with. Samus also fires a homing missile by holding sideways and pressing the special- attack button or launches a Super Missile by quickly tapping sideways instead.
Flag of Europe.png Samus's up smash attack, Cover Fire, fires five small blasts overhead, making it great for countering incoming aerial attacks. Her Missile attack fires a homing missile if you hold sideways and then press the special button, but if you do those things at the same time, you'll fire a Super Missile.
  • Metroid (08/1987)
  • Super Metroid (04/1994)
Zero Laser Beat All-Star with Samus.
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Final Smashes 3 Flag of North America.png Samus unleashes a massive, long-range beam from her Arm Cannon as her Final Smash. Fighters on the edges of the beam will be drawn in, taking more and more damage. The sheer power of this weapon makes it tough to aim once it's firing, but it's possible to adjust the beam up and down.
Flag of Europe.png In Samus's Final Smash, she unleashes a huge laser beam from her Arm Cannon that draws opponents to the centre of the beam. Quite handy, since the closer they are to the centre, the more damage they'll take! You can also angle it up and down (albeit slowly), letting you catch more of your enemies and create more havoc.
Zero Suit Samus Beat Classic Mode with Zero Suit Samus.
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Other M Flag of North America.png Samus is far from helpless when her Power Suit is deactivated. Sure, she loses a lot of the moves and weapons she had access to before, but her Jet Boots pick up the slack! She also has the Paralyzer, a versatile weapon that can shock her rivals or change into a Plasma Whip to grab edges and enemies.
Flag of Europe.png Without her Power Suit, Samus Aran may not have her usual strength, specials moves or over-powered arm cannon, but her Jet Boots definitely kick things up a notch in their own way. The Paralyzer, her gun, does just what you'd expect it to, but it can also turn into a whip for attacking and grabbing onto edges while falling.
  • Metroid: Zero Mission (02/2004)
  • Metroid: Other M (08/2010)
Zero Suit Samus (Alt.) Purchase from the Trophy Shop after beating Classic or All-Star Mode with Zero Suit Samus.
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Female Fighters Flag of North America.png Zero Suit Samus's up special Boost Kick involves a series of fast kicks that end with a swift, sideways-launching one. A perfectly executed attack will hit eight times! Her down special Flip Jump can bury a grounded fighter in the dirt. She can kick midflip by pressing the special button.
Flag of Europe.png Zero Suit Samus's Boost Kick up special finishes with a swift sideways kick. If you start the move close to an opponent, you can hit them up to eight times and launch them sideways! Her main down special, Flip Jump, buries opponents if you land on them at the end of it. Alternatively, press the button again mid-flip for a drop kick.
  • Metroid: Zero Mission (02/2004)
  • Metroid: Other M (08/2010)
Gunship (Zero Suit Samus) Beat All-Star with Zero Suit Samus.
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Final Smashes 3 Flag of North America.png Samus's Gunship is her way of travelling through space and her base of operations when exploring hostile planets. In Zero Suit Samus's Final Smash, she can use her Gunship to fire powerful beams at other fighters, hitting them multiple times, even if they're hiding off-screen! At least they can be thankful it doesn't go on forever.
Flag of Europe.png Samus's spaceship carries her through space and serves as her base of operations during her missions. Zero Suit Samus will call down and board her Gunship with her Final Smash. Once she's in the pilot's seat, she has a short time to unleash up to five powerful shots from the ship's weapons. Foes aren't safe even hiding off-screen!
Morph Ball Random
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The Beginning of Metroid Flag of North America.png One of the numerous modules integrated into Samus's Power Suit. This one allows her to transform into a compact mobile sphere and explore tight spaces. In the very first Metroid game, it was known as the Maru Mari, which is just Japanese for "roll up," but it was later changed to the much-cooler-sounding Morph Ball.
Flag of Europe.png One of the numerous modules integrated into Samus's Power Suit. This one allows her to transform into a compact mobile sphere and explore tight spaces. In the very first Metroid game, it was known as the Maru Mari, which is just Japanese for "roll up", but they later changed it to the much cooler-sounding Morph Ball.
  • Metroid (08/1987)
  • Super Metroid (04/1994)
Gunship Clear the true Solo All-Star mode without recovering health between rounds while playing as Zero Suit Samus.
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Other M Flag of North America.png The one partner Samus can rely on in almost all of her missions. In the wide unknown of outer space, she can always return to the Gunship for a safe haven. It allows her to replenish all of her energy and ammunition and even serves as a resting spot for the player. It sounds just like a save point, doesn't it?
Flag of Europe.png The one partner Samus can rely on in almost all of her missions. In the wide unknown of outer space, she can always return to the Gunship for save haven. It allows her to replenish all of her energy and ammunition, and even serves as a resting spot for the player. In other words...it's a save point.
  • Super Metroid (04/1994)
  • Metroid: Other M (08/2010)
Screw Attack Random
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The Beginning of Metroid Flag of North America.png This handy item grants you the same power as Samus's Screw Attack when you pick it up. With the right timing, you can execute a devastating combo of midair attacks. Be careful, though—some fighters sacrifice the height of their jumps when they're wearing this.
Flag of Europe.png A badge-type item that lets you use Samus's powerful Screw Attack technique when you jump. If you use it at the right moment, you might even be able to pull off deadly combos with other mid-air strikes. But watch out - some characters' jumps might not be as high while using this.
  • Metroid (08/1987)
  • Super Metroid (04/1994)
Metroid Random
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The Beginning of Metroid Flag of North America.png First discovered on planet SR388, this floating life-form grows by absorbing the energy around it. It is incredibly durable but extremely weak to cold. In Smash Bros., a Metroid will grab a rival by the head and drain energy. If you get grabbed, shake it off by pressing left and right!
Flag of Europe.png Mysterious floating life-forms, discovered on the planet SR388, that absorb energy from other living beings. They're tough, except when they're cold. In this game, they'll try to attach themselves to fighters' heads and drain their energy. Press all the buttons you can to shake them off!
  • Metroid (08/1987)
  • Metroid II: Return of Samus (11/1991)
Mother Brain Random
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The Beginning of Metroid Flag of North America.png Hailing from the Metroid series, this evil boss resides on the planet Zebes. When she appears in Smash Bros., she attacks with energy projectiles and a beam from her eye. It's actually possible to defeat her, and for once doing so won't start a self-destruct sequence.
Flag of Europe.png A mainstay of the Metroid series and the final boss Samus faces on Planet Zebes. In this game, she grows to a gargantuan size and fires all sorts of energy blasts at you. Good news: you can beat her! Better news: doing so won't trigger a self-destruct sequence forcing you to make your escape!
  • Metroid (08/1987)
  • Super Metroid (04/1994)
Dark Samus Random
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The Metroid Threat Flag of North America.png This terrifying creature is made of Phazon. Along with regenerative abilities, she can also brainwash her victims and clone herself. Summoned into Smash Bros., she resembles Samus Aran and mimics some of her moves, firing Arm Cannon blasts, launching homing missiles, or even unleashing Phazon.
Flag of Europe.png An exceptionally strong and terrifying being made of Phazon. She's able to regenerate, brainwash her victims and even clone herself. When summoned in this game, she'll either fire rapid blasts from her Arm Cannon, launch homing missiles, or unleash Phazon across the surrounding area, depending on where her target is.
  • Metroid Prime 2: Echoes (11/2004)
  • Metroid Prime 3: Corruption (10/2007)
Ridley Deal the final blow to a boss in Smash Tour.
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The Beginning of Metroid Flag of North America.png Samus's long-standing rival in battle. In this game, he's a common foe to all the fighters in the Pyrosphere stage. However, if you manage to launch him or knock him over, he'll become an ally to whoever dealt the last blow. Defeating him in a timed battle nets you +1 KO.
Flag of Europe.png Samus's long-standing rival in battle. In this game, he's a common foe to all the fighters in the Pyrosphere stage. However, if you manage to launch him or knock him over, he'll become an ally to whoever dealt the last blow. If you can defeat him during a timed battle, you'll get +1 KO out of it!
  • Metroid (08/1987)
  • Super Metroid (04/1994)
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The Metroid Threat Flag of North America.png These arthropods with hard exoskeletons are the larval form of Kihunters, a type of enemy from the Metroid series. In this game, they appear on the Pyrosphere stage, where they fall from above and then move about slowly. Throw them to attack your opponents or Ridley, or keep hold of one to make yourself harder to launch.
Flag of Europe.png These arthropods with hard exoskeletons are the larval form of Kihunters, a type of enemy from the Metroid series. In this game, they appear in the Pyrosphere stage, where they fall from above, then just move around slowly. Throw them to attack your opponents or Ridley, or keep hold of one to make yourself harder to launch.
  • Super Metroid (04/1994)
  • Metroid: Other M (08/2010)
Joulion Random
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The Other M Threat Flag of North America.png These enemies from Metroid: Other M look a bit like electrified water fleas. They inflate as they take damage, eventually exploding. In Smash Bros., they show up in the Pyrosphere stage, and you can make them blow up by attacking them. Hit them with combos for an even deadlier blast!
Flag of Europe.png These enemies from Metroid: Other M look a bit like electrified water fleas. They inflate as they take damage, and eventually blow up. They also appear in the Pyrosphere stage in this game. There, they explode even when they don't take damage, but you can make the blast even deadlier by hitting them with combos, so attack them anyway!
  • Metroid: Other M (08/2010)
FG II-Graham Random
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The Other M Threat Flag of North America.png In Metroid: Other M, Samus usually has to face these mobile turrets two at a time. They change speed as they fly around, firing laser beams from their large guns. In the Smash Bros. Pyrosphere stage, they fly in from above and fire lasers straight ahead when attacked. Use those lasers to hit the other fighters and Ridley!
Flag of Europe.png In Metroid: Other M, Samus usually has to face these mobile turrets two at a time. They change speed as they fly around, and fire laser beams from their large guns. In this game's Pyrosphere stage, they fly in from above and fire lasers straight ahead when you attack them. Use those lasers to hit the other fighters and Ridley!
  • Metroid: Other M (08/2010)
Queen Metroid Random
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The Metroid Threat Flag of North America.png Have you ever met people who thought Metroid was the name of the game's heroine? Adding Queen to the title would just make it worse. But if you show them what a Queen Metroid REALLY looks like, they won't make that mistake again in a hurry. Metroids are fearsome creatures, and the queen is the nastiest of the lot.
Flag of Europe.png Have you ever met people who thought "Metroid" was the name of the game's heroine? Putting "Queen" in front might just make it worse. But if you show them what a Queen Metroid REALLY looks like, they won't make that mistake again in a hurry. Metroids are fearsome creatures, and the Queen is the nastiest of the lot.
  • Metroid II: Return of Samus (11/1991)
  • Metroid: Other M (08/2010)
Zebesian Random
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The Metroid Threat Flag of North America.png This race forms the backbone of the evil Space Pirates, an organization plotting to take over the galaxy. Metroid: Other M features Cyborg Zebesians, bioweapons created through cloning and genetic manipulation of Zebesian DNA. These emotionless soldiers have none of the intelligence of the natural Zebesian race.
Flag of Europe.png This race forms the backbone of the evil Space Pirates, an organisation plotting to take over the galaxy. Metroid: Other M features Cyborg Zebesians, bioweapons created through cloning and genetic manipulation of Zebesian DNA. These emotionless soldiers have none of the intelligence of the natural Zebesian race.
  • Super Metroid (04/1994)
  • Metroid: Other M (08/2010)
Phantoon Random
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The Metroid Threat Flag of North America.png Samus originally faced this life-form in Super Metroid, but it appears again as a secret boss in Metroid: Other M after finishing the main story. Although the mysterious ethereal creature can only materialize its head in the physical world, its true form is said to be that of a giant.
Flag of Europe.png Samus originally faced this life form in Super Metroid, but it appears again as a secret boss in Metroid: Other M after finishing the main story. Although the mysterious ethereal creature can only materialise its head in the physical world, its true form is said to have the full body of a giant.
  • Super Metroid (04/1994)
  • Metroid: Other M (08/2010)
Nightmare (Metroid) Random
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The Metroid Threat Flag of North America.png This biomechanical organism was created in secret by a group of scientists employed by the Galactic Federation. That six-eyed face would give anyone nightmares, but Samus mustn't hesitate to blast away at it! That ugly mug is the weakest spot on Nightmare's otherwise armored body.
Flag of Europe.png A biological weapon developed in secret by a radical group within Galactic Federation Army. Though its grotesque, six-eyed face could certainly give anyone nightmares, looking away is not a wise thing to do. The only way to eradicate this fearsome creature once and for all is to expose the face and attack it head-on.
  • Metroid Fusion (11/2002)
  • Metroid: Other M (08/2010)
Samus (Dark Suit) Clear the true Solo All-Star mode on hard while playing as Duck Hunt.
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N/A Flag of North America.png No, not what you might wear to a formal party - this is one of the Power Suit types in Samus's arsenal. The Varia Suit might have the most iconic look, but its defensive abilities are sadly lacking. On Dark Aether, this suit will be much more useful. The Luminoth created it to mitigate the deadly substances in the planet's air.
Flag of Europe.png No, not what you might wear to a formal party - this is one of the Power Suit types in Samus's arsenal. The Varia Suit might have the most iconic look, but sadly its defensive abilities are a bit lacking. This suit is much more useful on Dark Aether. The Luminoth created it to neutralise the deadly substances in the planet's air.
  • Metroid Prime 2: Echoes (11/2004)
Adam Malkovich Random
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Other M Flag of North America.png Formerly Samus's commanding officer, Adam led the Galactic Federation 07th Platoon on a rescue mission to the Bottle Ship in Metroid: Other M. Samus held him in high regard, considering him one of the few people to really understand her. Unfortunately, Adam gave his life during the mission, saving Samus in the process.
Flag of Europe.png Adam Malkovich, commander of the 07th Platoon of the Galactic Federation Army, was Samus's former superior. He was a man of few words, but would crack jokes from time to time to lift his team's spirits. Samus had great respect for him, seeing him as sort of a father figure. He died in the line of duty after saving her life.
  • Metroid: Other M (08/2010)
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The Other M Threat Flag of North America.png It may be hard to believe, but this is a younger version of the infamous Space Pirate Ridley. No matter how cute he is, don't think that you can love him and take him home--his next form is lizard-like with a sharp tail, and he has no problem turning his caring owner into a tasty snack!
Flag of Europe.png Everyone knows Ridley as a terrifying evil space dragon, but would you have guessed he looked like this as a baby? He's kind of cute and creepy at the same time. Don't let his innocent act fool you into thinking he'd make a nice pet, though - once he sheds his skin and enters his reptile phase, you'll just become his next meal!
  • Metroid: Other M (08/2010)
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The Other M Threat Flag of North America.png Like social insects in real life, Kihunters function as a colony, possessing a hierarchy and assigned roles. The easiest comparison is to bees, which they also closely resemble. This gigantic insect seems to be the leader of the cloned Kihunter colony that appears in Metroid: Other M, similar in status to bee colony's queen.
Flag of Europe.png Like social insects in real life, Kihunters work as a colony, with a hierarchy and roles to play. Basically, they're like bees. They kind of look like bees too... This gigantic insect seems to be the leader of the cloned Kihunter colony that appears in Metroid: Other M. In bee terms, that would make it the queen.
  • Metroid: Other M (08/2010)
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The Other M Threat Flag of North America.png What once was a cute little bird has changed into a lizard-like creature. It still has some white feathers from its previous form, but that's where the similarities end. Is there something in its blood that drives it to confront Samus whenever possible? Her parents were Ridley's victims, after all.
Flag of Europe.png If Little Birdie is Ridley's cute baby years, this must be his awkward teenage phase. The feathers on his back are the only real clue that it's the same creature. Is there something in Ridley's genes that make him hate Samus so much? The original Ridley killed her parents, and now this one is out to get her too!
  • Metroid: Other M (08/2010)
Vorash Random
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The Other M Threat Flag of North America.png A large, fishlike monster that's more at home in an ocean of lava than underwater. Defeating it may seem like an impossible task at first, but Samus Aran knows how to persevere. By firing her Grapple Beam into its mouth, she pulls it out of the lava like a master angler, leaving it writhing helplessly on land.
Flag of Europe.png A large, fish-like monster that's more at home in an ocean of lava than underwater. Defeating it may seem like an impossible task at first, but Samus Aran knows how to persevere. By firing her Grapple Beam into its mouth, she pulls it out of the lava like a master fisherman, leaving it writhing helplessly on solid ground.
  • Metroid: Other M (08/2010)
Melissa Bergman (MB) Random
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Other M Flag of North America.png When Samus first encounter her on the Bottle Ship, she introduced herself as Madeline. Only later did Samus discover that she was actually an android named Melissa, also called MB. As Melissa's hatred for humans grew and became more apparent, the human scientists attempted (and failed) to reprogram her.
Flag of Europe.png When Samus first encountered her on the Bottle Ship, she introduced herself as Madeline. Only later did Samus discover that she was actually an android called Melissa, host to the artificial intelligence known as MB, and that she bore a grudge against humans for trying to reprogram her after she developed emotions.
  • Metroid: Other M (08/2010)
RB176 Ferrocrusher Random
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The Other M Threat Flag of North America.png As you might guess from the coloring, this is an industrial machine...but it ends up attacking Samus anyway. It's covered in tools that may have served less violent purposes originally but are very effective as weapons. The trick to defeating it is to stay calm and freeze its moving parts and then dismantle it with extreme force.
Flag of Europe.png As you might guess from the colouring, this is an industrial machine. Of course, it ends up attacking Samus anyway... It's covered in tools that were probably meant for less violent purposes, but they work very effectively as weapons. To defeat it, just stay calm and freeze its moving parts, then dismantle it...with extreme force.
  • Metroid: Other M (08/2010)
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Other M Flag of North America.png Madeline Bergman created the android known as Melissa. In a show of motherly affection, Madeline gave Melissa her last name, Bergman, thus explaining the name MB. Melissa saw Madeline as her mother, but the deep betrayal Melissa felt when Madeline refused to help her prompted her to rebel against her creator.
Flag of Europe.png Madeline is the woman responsible for giving the intelligent android MB a human name: Melissa Bergman. The family name of Bergman is Madeline's own, and it seems Melissa saw Madeline as something of a mother. However, due to a terrible misunderstanding, Melissa believed Madeline had betrayed her.
  • Metroid: Other M (08/2010)
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