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Civilian Clothes

A full view of the Civilian Clothes.

Samus Aran's Civilian Clothes are seen at the end of Metroid: Other M. Resembling her Military Dress in her early Federation days, she is seen wearing it at Galactic Federation Headquarters, in a corridor with a large window that she often observed the city from. Whilst reflecting on Adam, and giving him her first thumbs up, "just in case [he] was watching over [her]", she humorously punches Anthony Higgs, and then walks off to leave, with a slight smile as she looks through the window one last time.

Her Civilian Clothes consist of a green military jacket, with fasteners on the collar and underneath her chest, which have a "dull, off-metallic feel"[1]. The sleeve cuffs also have fastener buttons. Samus also wears black leggings and high-heeled suede boots. She is first seen with her hair out of its usual ponytail, the first instance of this in 3-D, but after Anthony leaves, she ties her hair back, mirroring the endings of Metroid II: Return of Samus and Super Metroid, in which she unties her hair from its ponytail. Concept art of the Civilian Clothes also indicate that they are not, in fact, worn over the full-body Zero Suit: Samus is pictured wearing a violet shirt underneath, which exposes the collar bone, something the Zero Suit would cover up.

TriviaEdit

Metroid Other M Samus uniform Art 91

The concept art that names the Civilian Clothes.

  • The Civilian Clothes are unplayable in Other M, as is the case with the Military Dress. Both are the only unplayable suits within the entire Metroid series.

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