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Samus' Hunter-class gunship from Metroid Prime. This particular model is also used by Samus in Metroid Prime: Hunters.

The Hunter-class gunship is a type of craft employed by Samus Aran. Her ship(s) comprise the extent of known examples of this class. The designation is only used in Metroid Prime, Metroid Prime 2: Echoes, Metroid Prime Hunters and Metroid Prime 3: Corruption. However, it may have originated from the Nintendo Comics System, which called her gunship the "Hunter IV".

Logbook entriesEdit

Hunter-class gunship

Metroid Prime

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Hunter-class gunship registered to Samus Aran. You can return to your ship to recharge energy, reload weapons and save progress in the game.

Hunter-class gunship

Metroid Prime Hunters

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HUNTER-CLASS GUNSHIP registered to SAMUS ARAN. Return to this ship to save your progress and to recover your energy.

Hunter-class gunship

Metroid Prime 2: Echoes

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Starship: Hunter-class Gunship. Vessel registered to Samus Aran. Your ship has been damaged. Auto-repair function initiated. You can return to your ship to recharge energy, reload weapons, and save the game.

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Your Hunter-class gunship is one of a kind, its distinct hull lines marking it to friend and foe alike. Custom built for you by the Federated Shipyards at Aliehs III, it contains a mobile energy recharge system and microfactories designed to produce ammunition. A sophisticated onboard computer stores mission data collected in the field for future reference.

Hunter-class gunship

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

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Hunter-Class Gunship
Entering the ship will allow you to recharge, reload, and save.

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Based on the previous version, the new Hunter-class gunship is a fusion of Federation and Chozo technology. Designed by Samus Aran, this one-of-a-kind vessel was custom built at the Federation ship yard of Aliehs III. It is equipped with a powerful Chozo biotech computer that can interface with Aran via a Command Visor unit. The ship contains a mobile energy-recharge system, microfactories designed to produce ammunition, and an advanced medical bay.

TriviaEdit

  • In the non-canonical Samus and Joey manga, a B-Unit is mentioned as a useful mechanical component in Samus's ship. After being prompted by Diesel, Samus goes to the store to buy one, but is confronted by Zegan Doh on the way there.

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