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Theory 3: Metroid Composition hint for Metroid Prime

 
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Theory 3: Metroid Composition

Theory 3: Metroid Composition
From the studies I have done, I have been able to figure out exactly what Metroids are composed of. As I said at the end of my second theory, they feed off electrons, not life energy.
To break it down, Metroids come in five basic parts- the triple-nucleus, the electronucleic wiring, water, the copper claws, and the electron absorption system. The triple-nucleus is, obviously, the brain of the Metroid. The electronucleic wiring, meanwhile, are the wires that extend from the tri-nucleus onto the inner-shell of the Metroid. These are good for absorbing loose electrons and conducting them in towards the tri-nucleus, hence Ďelectronucleicí. As you learned from the previous theory, the water inside the shell of the Metroid is used to better conduct electricity. Meanwhile... If you have ever played Super Smash Brothers Melee and you have obtained the Metroid trophy, you will notice that itís claws are golden in color- like copper. Of course, copper happens to conduct electricity very well, which proves that the claws of a Metroid are probably composed of it. On top of that, there is the electron absorption system, which is everything I have noted put together, plus the Metroidís ability to absorb the electrons. I am assuming that the absorption ability is caused by electromagnetic reactions caused within the Metroidís body.


Added by: darkboarder_77 Jan 17th 2006, ID#5234

 
 
 
 
 

 

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Feb 2nd 2012 Shadowangel95 Avatar Shadowangel95
Although I agree greatly with your brilliant theory there were a few misjudgments/misunderstandings that I will point out but I will clarify that I am not saying it is wrong because I am not going to criticize anyones theory unless if I know for sure what the answer is or should be. Anyway now that THAT is out of the way. Let me begin with the "Copper-coated claws". The first thing to point out is the Metroid does not have claws but instead it has mandibles in front and back, Secondly the mandibles being made of copper would be explaining of how a Metroid would drain electrons from its victim through electromagnetic pull it brings one critical question to mind
"What if the Metroid ends up accidentally redirecting previously drained energy to circulate around it's plausibly copper mandibles and therefore defeating the purpose of needing to drain energy that will end up being wasted due to inability to use the newfound energy from said drained electrons?" If you can answer that question though then please comment on the question i just finished asking in this comment as a response underneath this comment. Also if Metroids grow from the "life force/energy" they drain from their victims that would mean that not only electrons are drained but more sources of
life essence are drained along with electrons examples of this "life essence" are listed as the following: neural-magnetic pulses (note: neural-magnetic pulses being the messages sent from the brain to do specific bodily functions.) explaining why when playing metroid prime i have noticed when it latches on to a space pirate the victim is struggling to put up a fight virtually the instant the metroid starts draining the life force from it. Meaning that the Metroid must be somehow causing the brain to either stop sending those messages
through the nervous system or it is dramatically slowed due to low
stores of neural energy in the brain and nervous system, specific forms of vital resources for physical growth (i.e.; proteins, nitrates, calcium chlorites, and Iron-like substances.). That is all i plan to point out cause im losing my train of thought and i will hope you will
comment this post to discuss a way to find a logical answer that is the guaranteed answer on how a Metroid works and its biology.

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