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Alinos is a planet in the Alimbic Cluster, explored in Metroid Prime Hunters. A barren and volcanic world, it was once lush, thriving and full of life. For millennia it was home to the Alimbics, a highly advanced race who built a vast civilization on the planet and harnessed its molten core for geothermal energy. However, their reign came to a violent end when a mysterious entity known as Gorea crashed into the planet; all that now remains of their race are crumbling buildings and the cannon used to seal Gorea. Alinos' environment and ecosystem were devastated when the planet's molten core exploded, leaving it in its current state as a lava-filled wasteland nearly devoid of life.

Complete Map of Alinos: [1]

FeaturesEdit

Alinos' shattered crust is intertwined with countless cracks and fissures, exposing the planet's molten core, which constantly spews upward jets of lava. Various ruins of the ancient Alimbic civilization have survived the planet's violent past, but many lie in a state of disrepair. It is a barren world, with most of its flora and fauna presumably being wiped out by the explosion of the planet's core. Zoomers, War Wasps, Blastcaps and poisonous Weeds are among the few species hardy enough to survive Alinos' post-catastrophe environment.

Local BioformsEdit

Metroid Prime Hunters SS02D

Echo Hall

Items ObtainedEdit

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Official dataEdit

ScanEdit

"The once-beautiful planet of ALINOS, home to the ALIMBIC ELDERS, has fallen into disrepair since the explosion of the planet's core."

ManualEdit

Alinos (The Volcanic Ruin)
"This planet's ulta-high temperature once provided power for an Alinos city. In the ruins, visible reminders of their civilization can be seen."

TriviaEdit

  • The theme of Alinos contains a similar beat to the Chozo Ruins theme from Metroid Prime. Later areas of Alinos feature a unique theme. Multiplayer stages set on Alinos use a fast-paced theme with vocals.
  • Spire and Weavel are first encountered on Alinos - the former being encountered while searching for the Octolith, and the latter during the escape sequence. This makes Alinos the only other location in Metroid Prime Hunters where two hunters are encountered for the first time.
  • Spouts of fire shoot up through the lava in rooms featuring it. This feature was present in Super Metroid and Metroid Fusion as well, although these features cause damage on contact, while the Hunters version is entirely harmless.