Samus fights the Fire Spawn
|Game||Metroid Prime Hunters|
|Notable features||Portals, Glyph Pattern, Wall Scroll, Jump Pad|
|Significance||Location of a Attameter Artifact, an Energy Tank and Magmaul. Access to Alinos Gateway (via Portal), Processor Core and Alinos Perch|
|Enemies/wildlife||Fire Spawn, Guardians/Bounty Hunters, Shriekbats, Petrasyls|
The Council Chamber is an area within Alinos that Samus encounters during the events of Metroid Prime Hunters.
The Council Chamber is accessed through the Alinos Perch. It also features as a Large Map in the multiplayer mode. The Fire Spawn boss creature resides in the main area of the Council Chamber, and after its defeat, she gains the Magmaul. This area also contains a portal to the ship and the entrance to the Processor Core as well a Jump Pad and a Jump Pad Switch.
The only creatures besides the Fire Spawn that resides here are Shriekbats and Petrasyls. The Council Chamber contains very large amounts of lava, and also contains an Alimbic Artifact, which is necessary to open the Boss Portal within the Processor Core to the Cretaphid v3 and the sixth Octolith. Samus can scan several Alimbic Lores, objects such as Alimbic Scripture and Glyph Pattern, and the area itself is also a handy save point, providing a two-way portal to her Gunship.
- Samus must defeat the Fire Spawn to have the Magmaul appear on a pillar.
- Energy Tank
- At the end of a hallway behind an Orange Force Field.
- Attameter Artifact
- Defeat all the Petrasyls in the room with the force fields on the floor and the ceiling. Then scan the computer to reveal the Shield Key and remove the force field on the floor. The key lowers the force field on the ceiling. Drop down through the hole where the force field was, and shoot the switch to activate the Jump Pad. It will take Samus up to the artifact.
- The circular section of this room containing the doorway to the Processor Core appears to be open to the sky. However, the section of the Alinos Perch located directly above that area contains no such opening, with a pit of sand where the skylight should be. It is possible that the "sky" is merely a sophisticated image projected onto the Council Chamber cielling for aesthetic value.