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"What's the matter? All I said was that Komaytos look like little Metr—"

Non-canon warning: This article or section contains information that may not be considered an official part of the Metroid series in the overall storyline by Nintendo.

This article lists unused Logbook entries in Metroid Prime 3: Corruption. Most of the Lore entries were originally in German, and have been translated to English.

Unused CreaturesEdit

Advanced Pirate MilitiaEdit

Advanced Pirate Militia

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

Logbook entry

Morphology: Advanced Pirate Militia
Expendable infantry units.
Armor vulnerable to explosives.
Advanced Pirate Militia

The additional armor of the Advanced Pirate Militia increases their resistance to Beam weaponry, but they remain vulnerable to explosive attacks.
The Advanced Pirate Militia contains promoted soldiers from the Armored Pirate Militia.
Once the pirate military is satisfied with a unit's performance, they will grant them a higher rank.
With the promotion comes additional support in the form of an extra layer of ablative armor for combat.

Advanced Shield MilitiaEdit

Advanced Shield Militia

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

Logbook entry

Morphology: Advanced Shield Militia
Battle shield deflects attacks, but can be pulled with Grapple Beam.
Advanced Shield Militia

The pirates in this militia unit wear an additional layer of ablative armor.
Despite the added protection, the armorsuit is still vulnerable to explosive blasts.
Their portable battle shield, while resistant to most small-arms fire, is also easily pulled off.
Phazon-based attacks can also destroy the shield.

Assault Pirate MilitiaEdit

Assault Pirate Militia

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

Logbook entry

Morphology: Assault Pirate Militia
Expendable infantry units.
Armor vulnerable to explosive blasts.
Assault Pirate Militia

The heavy armorsuits of the Assault Pirate Militia provide adequate resistance to most weapon systems.
This unit is the most skilled of all the militia forces.
If able to prove themselves in combat, the pirate military will grant them admittance into the official army ranks.

Assault Shield MilitiaEdit

Assault Shield Militia

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

Logbook entry

Morphology: Assault Shield Militia
Battle shield deflects attacks, but can be pulled with Grapple Beam.
Assault Shield Militia

Members of this militia are well equipped.
Their heavy armorsuit is resistant to most weapon systems, and their portable battle shield can withstand most small-arms fire.
Their shields provide excellent protection, but are easily ripped from their arms.
Phazon-based attacks can easily destroy the shield.

Aurora Unit 242Edit

Aurora Unit 242

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

Logbook entry

Morphology: Aurora Unit 242
One of many Galactic Federation organic supercomputers.

20 years ago, a team of Federation scientists announced the birth of an organic supercomputer. Its name was Aurora. Since that historic date, thousands of Auroras have been built and installed. Originally designed for scientific purposes, the Auroras are now used in government, business, and military roles as well. They are given male, female, or gender-neutral personas, based on the needs and desires of the staff in the facility they are to serve in. A vast network links all existing Auroras, allowing them access to a tremendous database without peer.

Aurora Unit 242 has been in service for 18 years, built in tandem with the battleship G.F.S. Olympus. As the AU for the flagship of the 7th Fleet, 242 has had a distinguished career. 242 maintains a positive relationship with many personnel on board the G.F.S. Olympus. Veteran crew members often refer to 242 as "Other Brain," a practice frowned upon by Admiral Dane.

Despair-Class TurretEdit

Note: This entry is different from that depicted in the PAL and Metroid Prime Trilogy versions of the game.


Despair-Class Turret

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

Logbook entry

Mechanism: Despair-Class Turret
Space Pirate defense system.
Susceptible to explosive attacks.
Despair-Class Turret

The Space Pirates have upgraded the venerable Humility turrets with a new unit.
The "Despair" turret is a grenade launcher modified for use with the new turret platform.
The unit is lightly armored, and fast targets can evade the limited targeting system of the unit.

EndocoonEdit

Endocoon

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

Logbook entry

Morphology: Endocoon
Threat level low. Fond of machinery.
Widely considered to be cute.
Endocoon

Endocoons are a semi-sentient species of mammal known for their playful demeanor.
They are particularly fond of machines, perhaps drawn by the hum of an engine or the shine of metal.
Unfortunately, their inquisitive nature can be quite disruptive, especially when fine machinery is involved.

ManthaEdit

Mantha

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

Logbook entry

Morphology: Mantha
Susceptible to cold-based weapons.
Emits sonic bursts in self-defense.

Manthas are practically indestructible. Only low-temperature weapons have any effect on them, and then only to stun. The creatures use sonic bursts to attack potential meals.

Phase SpriteEdit

Phase Sprite

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

Logbook entry

Morphology: Phase Sprite
Emits bursts of energy capable
of blinding visor systems.
Phase Sprite

Phase Sprites travel in large collectives for safety.
Each collective is spawned by a Sprite Nucleus--a larger, brighter Sprite that the others orbit as they search for sustenance.
As a defense mechanism, they can render themselves invisible.
If threatened, they will generate a bright burst of light and radiation that can temporarily neutralize sensors and powered systems.

Phazite Armored TrooperEdit

Phazite Armored Trooper

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

Logbook entry

Morphology: Phazite Armored Trooper
Heavy assault armor composed of Phazite. Resistant to most weaponry and Beams.
Phazite Armored Trooper

Target's Phazite armor makes it extremely resistant to damage in combat.
Only Beams of the highest temperature can penetrate the layer of Phazite in the armorsuit.

Phazon TentacleEdit

Phazon Tentacle

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

Logbook entry

Morphology: Phazon Tentacle
Attacks any nearby organisms. Retracts when attacked.

A Phazon-based life-form that only grows from a concentrated source of Phazon. The tentacle appears to possess a rudimentary sentience and, as a defense measure, will retract momentarily when attacked. Like Phazon itself, it attacks and contaminates anything that it comes into contact with. A barbed hook at the end of the tentacle provides a means to assault any creature that wanders by. Victims are corrupted and absorbed into the nearby Phazon mass.

Reptilicus-GEdit

Reptilicus-G

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

Logbook entry

Morphology: Reptilicus-G
Personal cloaking field now enabled.
Detectable with an advanced visor.
Gandrayda

Gandrayda's ability to shape-shift has been greatly enhanced by Phazon exposure, allowing her to assume a number of deadly forms at will.
These new forms come with a cost, as she also inherits their weaknesses.
A mistress of stealth, she will employ her personal cloaking field often, setting up her next deadly attack.
An advanced visor system may be able to detect her location.

SalamanderEdit

Salamander

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

Logbook entry

Morphology: Salamander
Phazon-based bioform.
Dangerous in large numbers.

Placeholder

VaporwingEdit

Vaporwing

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

Logbook entry

Morphology: Vaporwing
Combat rating at 4F: Minimum.
No detected weapon systems.
Vaporwing

Vaporwings were created by the Steamlords as pets.
They have since gone rogue, and now run wild in SkyTown.
They are named for the wake of energized gas they leave behind in flight.


Unused LoreEdit

Unused Galactic Federation DataEdit

Aurora Unit

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation Datafile
AU-068.
(Aurora Unit)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

GFDF AU-068

20 years ago, a team of Federation scientists announced the birth of an organic supercomputer. Its name was Aurora. Since that historic date, thousands of Auroras have been built and installed. Originally designed for scientific purposes, the Auroras are now used in government, business, and military roles as well. They are given male, female, or gender-neutral personas, based on the needs and desires of the staff in the facility they are to serve in. A vast network links all existing Auroras, allowing them access to a tremendous database without peer.

Samus Aran

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation Datafile SA-003.
(Samus Aran)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

GFDF SA-003

Subject is a “bounty hunter", who enjoys a considerable reputation throughout the galaxy. She was instrumental in many incidents with Space Pirates and the parasitic life forms known as Metroids. Suit systems and weaponry of this subject are based on modified Chozo technology; the exact link to the Chozo requires further investigation. It is known that Samus Aran harbors extreme hostility to the Pirates, which is definitely mutual.

Base on Bryyo

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation Datafile BY-134.
(Base on Bryyo)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

GFDF BY-134

The Federation’s decision to establish a military presence on Bryyo is recent. The valuable deposits of fuel gel required protection against the Pirate troops of the sector. It was also necessary to examine the ancient ruin complexes and relics of the planet. Overall, Federation troops keep operations on Bryyo rather subdued, to avoid confrontation with the anti-technology Reptilicus.

Planet Elysia

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation Datafile ES-212.
(Planet Elysia)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

GFDF ES-212

Elysia was discovered eighteen years ago by Federation scouts. The planet itself is essentially an ordinary gas giant. The network of floating bases is what makes Elysia exceptional. The GF made contractual agreements with the intelligent Elysian mechanoids of the base; accordingly, in exchange for fuel and supplies, the GF is entitled to use the base - which is now called "SkyTown". An Aurora unit controls the operation locally, since local conditions are inhospitable for most forms of life.

Planet Urtraghus

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation Datafile UT-009.
(Planet Urtraghus)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

GFDF UT-009

Until recently, Urtraghus was listed as planet SN-883, an inconspicuous world far from the boundaries of Federation space. We now know that a large armed force of Space Pirates is stationed there. The Pirates call this planet Urtraghus, meaning "Large Booty". First scans were blocked by sophisticated jamming technology. We are currently awaiting a report from GF agents who were deployed in this sector.

Phaaze

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation Datafile PZ-001.
(Phaaze)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

GFDF PZ-001

Phaaze is an organism of gigantic proportions, which consists entirely of Phazon. Phaaze orbits a small star 361 lightyears away from Federation space. Intelligence suggests that Phaaze itself is intelligent to a degree; the so-called "Phazon Seeds" are created and fired by it as part of its reproductive cycle. Many life forms are located on Phaaze, including several species of mutated Metroid. Dark Samus has a base of operations on Phaaze, and is apparently capable of causing the planet to discharge Phazon Seeds according to her own will.

Aurora Unit 242

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation Datafile AU-242.
(Aurora Unit 242)

Logbook entry

Data moved to Logbook for review.
GFDF AU-242

Aurora Unit 242 has been in service for 18 years, built in tandem with the battleship G.F.S. Olympus. As the AU for the flagship of the 7th Fleet, 242 has had a distinguished career. 242 maintains a positive relationship with many personnel on board the G.F.S. Olympus. Veteran crew members often refer to 242 as "Other Brain," a practice frowned upon by Admiral Dane.

Aurora Unit 313

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation Datafile AU-313.
(Aurora Unit 313)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

GFDF AU-313

Before its abduction from the G.F.S Valhalla, Aurora Unit 313 was in service for twelve years. Available data indicates that the unit is out of order, and was possibly involved in the corruption of the Aurora network.

313 has always shown a satisfactory performance during its career, however, there were concerns about its unusually high aggression potential. As one of the few AUs, 313 was awarded the Medal of Honor. After the bridge crew fell during the Battle of Horus IV, it assumed command of the Valhalla. Without this fast action, the battleship would have been lost.

Dark Samus

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation Datafile DS-187.
(Dark Samus)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

GFDF DS-187

Intelligence suggests that the one known as "Dark Samus" is a heavily mutated clone of the hunter Samus Aran. The subject is driven by a lust for Phazon, the alleged source of its powerful abilities. After the Aether incident it was presumed dead, but the subject was recently spotted again. Intelligence indicates that the subject commanded the Pirate armada which recently attacked the G.F.S. Valhalla.

Phazon Seed

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation Datafile PS-211.
(Phazon Seed)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

GFDF PS-211

The collected data suggests that the "Phazon Seed" is an organism, a living container for a Phazon core. The entity is capable of interstellar travel by creating wormholes. It approaches its target planet instinctively. After the impact the lifeform perishes. The armored hull is left to protect the Phazon core. Yet, before that, the organism will often attract predators of the local ecosystem and entrance them. Compelled by this mutation through massive Phazon radiation, they defend the core. The core itself oozes into the planet and finally replaces the local ecosystem with a Phazon-based one.

G.F.S. Valhalla

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation Datafile BB-082.
(G.F.S. Valhalla)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

The fifth of its class, the G.F.S. Valhalla was launched 12 years ago from the Federation shipyard at Aliehs III. Aurora Unit 313 was onboard at launch; it commanded the ship briefly during the Battle of Horus IV, after the bridge crew were slain.

G.F.S. Valhalla is the flagship of the 13th Fleet; her home port is planet Tivus. While on a recent training mission, the Valhalla was attacked by Space Pirates. Her final fate is unknown, though she is currently considered lost in action. Data indicates that Aurora Unit 313 was taken from the Valhalla as well.

Stiletto-Class Fighter

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation Datafile FT-015.
(Stiletto-Class Fighter)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

GFDF FT-015

As the newest GF fighter, the Stiletto is used in the entire fleet, and replaces the outdated Cestus-class predecessor. Compared with the Cestus, Stilettos have twice the cargo capacity and armor strength, made possible by a revolutionary new propulsion system. Only the Fang-class, a superior fighter recently developed by the Space Pirates, can compete with the Stiletto.

Griffin-class frigate

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation Datafile FR-095.
(Griffin-class frigate)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

GFDF FR-095

The Griffin is the "workhorse" of the fleet; at the discretion of the Admiralty, this ship performs a variety of tasks. The first Griffin was launched almost 50 years ago from the shipyards. The fact that this model is still in use today is an impressive testament to its outstanding design and battle-tested durability. Many of the active Griffins are used to escort larger vessels, especially Olympus-class battleships.

Aries-class transport

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation Datafile TR-077.
(Aries-class transport)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

GFDF TR-077

The Aries-class is considered to be outdated, and is to be replaced fleet-wide with the Anhur class. Until then, the GF is still dependent on the so-called "Rams" to transport Marines into action. The stable, old ships have powerful armament and armor, which is why they are appreciated by the crew and Marines in combat. The pilots, who are often referred to as "Aries shepherds", are generally seen as slightly insane. After all, they regularly fly into dangerous combat areas, often even without an escort.

Fang-class fighter

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation Datafile FT-029.
(Fang-class fighter)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

GFDF FT-029

The Fangs represent the best fighters of the pirate fleet. Only recently, they were retrofitted to use a Phazon supply. Conventional weapon systems were replaced with Phazon cannons, and missiles were replaced with Phazon warheads. It has high speed and agility in combat, as well as stronger attacks. Only the Stiletto-class fighters of the Federation can match it in battle. A squadron of Fangs can put ships of all sizes out of combat. Fortunately, the pirates have only a few of these superior fighters.

Plunderer-class cruiser

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation Datafile CS-119.
(Plunderer-class cruiser)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

GFDF CS-119

The backbone of the Pirate Armada, the Plunderer-class cruisers, have been a thorn in the Federation’s side for several years. Until a short while ago the Plunderers were regarded as under-armed and weakly armored, complemented by an unwieldy weapon system which made the ships slow and cumbersome in combat. But this has changed. The pirates have replaced the outdated combat systems with new Phazon-based weapons. In addition, a highly efficient Phazon drive is now found in all Plunderers. These upgrades make these ships more than evenly matched opponents for the Federation’s counterparts.

Marauder-class battleship

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation Datafile BB-202.
(Marauder-class battleship)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

GFDF BB-202

Only a few pirate clans have the means to produce a ship the size of the Marauder from their shipyards; in fact, most of them were overwhelmed with the construction, and fell into bankruptcy. Those clans that possess a Marauder can establish their dominance in the Pirate hierarchy. In addition to heavy armament and armor, this ship also features fighters which assist in operations. A more recent development makes the Marauder even more powerful; it now burns Phazon instead of Fuel Gel, and the entire weapon technology is based on Phazon. These improvements give the Marauder a serious advantage in combat, even against Olympus-class battleships.

Leviathan-class capital ship

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation Datafile CS-005.
(Leviathan-class capital ship)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

GFDF CS-005

The pirates have converted a "Phazon Seed" into an enormous capital ship, the dimensions of which even surpass a battleship. This capital ship is abundantly armed and has an outer shell that defies most weapons systems. It is a living organism; the weapons systems are anchored cybernetically. Like all Phazon Seeds, it has the ability to open wormholes. This makes the entire cosmos open to the ship; it can strike anytime, anywhere. No other vehicle in the entire universe is able to do so.

Intelligence indicates that this colossal organism is the flagship of the pirate armada, and stands under the command of Dark Samus. So far, only one of these ships has been seen in use.

Reptilicus

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation Datafile RP-001.
(Reptilicus)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

GFDF RP-001

"Reptilicus" is the codename that the GF has given to natives of the planet Bryyo. They define themselves as Bryyo'mak, which is synonymous with 'the people of the land'. Their society is in a pre-technological stage, however, there is evidence that this was not always so. We suspect that the Bryyo'mak were once an advanced civilization, until a serious conflict occurred several centuries ago. The associated revolution nearly wiped out the population of Bryyo, which caused a profound hostility to technology in the Bryyo'mak. For this reason, the Federation avoids contact with these people if possible.

Elysians

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation Datafile EL-001.
(Elysians)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

GFDF EL-001

The Elysians are made up of a group of intelligent mechanoids. Research has revealed that the creators of Elysia built the base nearly 1500 years ago. For unknown reasons, they left the base, and as fuel and supplies began to run out, the Mechanoids fell into stasis. However, the arrival of Federation Scouts reactivated the Elysians. Soon afterwards, the Treaty of Elysia was ratified, with the GF trading fuel and supplies for control of the Elysian base.

Pirate Phazon Mining

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation, PM-003.
(Pirate Phazon Mining)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

GFDF PM-003

For the last two years, the space pirates were mainly driven by their greed for Phazon. Two Phazon mines have been neutralized to this day, but the Pirates are obsessed with obtaining the rare substance. Intelligence suggests that three Pirate cartels have already exhausted their resources as a result of Phazon programs. Many Pirates lost their lives, sometimes in the battle for the substance, but also in barbaric experiments to improve performance by Phazon. Recent data suggests that the pirates have encountered more Phazon deposits, possibly the largest of all to date.

Aurora Corruption

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation, AC-004.
(Aurora Corruption)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

GFDF AC-004

A month ago, problems occurred with the Aurora network. Preliminary studies indicated a Phazon presence in the biosystems of different Auroras. The investigations led to the Space Pirates, who seem to have captured an Aurora Unit. The loading of this unit with Phazon led to the corruption of the entire Aurora network. In order to prevent another Phazon corruption, the entire Aurora network was shut down. Unfortunately, there has already been considerable damage. We need to administer an antidote to corrupted Aurora units immediately.

Anhur-Class Patrol Ship

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation Datafile PS-023.
(Anhur-Class Patrol Ship)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

GFDF PS-023

The Anhur-class is the perfect example of a warship, designed for control and defense of planetary systems. Ships of this class, added successively, will replace the obsolete Aries class as the primary troop transport of the Federation. The Anhur is faster and uses shield systems instead of the separate protective armor of the Aries type. The armament, however, is comparable to the older vessels. Some crews have complained about unreliable circuitry systems in the Anhur ships, but the GF Research and Development Division assures the Admiralty that these problems will be resolved soon.

G.F.S. Anhur

Temporary scan

Galactic Federation, AN-001.
(G.F.S. Anhur)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

GFDF AN-001

The first ship of its class, the Anhur, looks back on an illustrious career in the fleet of Federation. Her crew has transported Marines into 23 combat zones. Recently, the Anhur was sent to Aether to neutralize a Space Pirate base. Her sister ship, the Tyr, crashed on Aether due to atmospheric anomalies. This meant that Samus Aran was summoned, leading to the Aether Incident.

Unused Space Pirate DataEdit

The Raid

Temporary scan

Space Pirate data decoded.
Entry: (The Raid)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

Entry 03.242.3
The arrogance of the Federation has done us a great service. They sent a single patrol ship to Aether! Surely they consider us weaklings, but they will soon regret this error. Quite by chance we stumbled across this measly Federation ship; in no time we smashed them, and they whimpered for mercy. Then we discovered that they had already collected the rest of the Phazon. How very prudent to save us this toil! And so we returned victorious to Urtraghus. This time the Hunter will come too late!

Citadel

Temporary scan

Space Pirate data decoded.
Entry: (Citadel)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

Our great leader has prepared her new home for our arrival. We learned that Phaaze is alive, and that, like us, it is subject to her will. So we are spared from the malicious beasts and Metroids, who wander the surface of Phaaze. Oh yes, for that we are truly grateful!

There was much work to do. At her behest, we began to build a proper citadel on Phaaze. Thanks to our newfound strength, we could do in weeks what would have otherwise required years. If our enemies should find us, they will find us ready within our citadel.

The Harvest

Temporary scan

Space Pirate data decoded.
Entry: (The Harvest)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

Entry 05.221.6
The wisdom of Aurora is profound. It cleverly devised machines and processes with which we can extract the Phazon produced from the seed of Urtraghus. While our home world becomes more and more like a new Phaaze, we have put the broad masses to work in order to reap the spoils of Phazon.

Soon we will also send Phazon Seeds to other planets. The blessed Seeds are protected by impenetrable barriers of Phazon energy until the time is ripe for harvest. We, the loyal legions of Dark Samus, along with the Seeds, will know how to defend against all enemies. With the power of Phazon at our disposal, we are unstoppable... and the Galactic Federation will certainly fall.

Warband

Temporary scan

Space Pirate data decoded.
Entry: (Warband)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

Entry 05.566.1
The inhabitants of Urtraghus, once a minor, quarrelsome band, are now a united force in service of our great leader. The legions of Dark Samus arm for war in the beneficent splendor of Phazon. Each day, hundreds of new disciples are added for the fight.

Our fleets are to be retrofitted with the new Phazon weapons and drive technology, which have been designed by our leader and the Aurora Unit. The pitiful weapons and armor once used by our troops are now being replaced, and all of them benefit from the blessed ore.

Soon, all who were once called "Space Pirates" will have the strength of Phazon. And then they shall call us masters.

Return of the Hunter

Temporary scan

Space Pirate data decoded.
Entry: (Return of the Hunter)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

Entry 06.003.8
The news of our spies confirmed our worst suspicions - Samus lives. Though she is drawn by Dark Samus, she resists her call, where her allies bent. Somehow, she remains the master of her will! Like always, she stands up to affront us, to challenge us and to try our power.

This time, Samus will not see us fail. Her former brethren lie in wait for her. The spirit of the great Dark Samus has captured these great hunters, wiped out the lies of the Federation, and shown them the glory of her reign. Blessed Phazon flows through their veins, and increases their strength many times. Now, certainly, this is the end of Samus Aran!

Urtraghus Lost

Temporary scan

Space Pirate data decoded.
Entry: (Urtraghus Lost)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

Entry 07.004.8
The situation seems dire. The Federation and its rabid beast Aran have turned Urtraghus into a flaming field of debris. Our troops were driven out, and there is no message from Mistress Gandrayda. We fear she shares the fate of her comrades... struck down by the hands of the hunter.

However, secure bliptrans transmissions reveal worse. The Federation has taken possession of the flagship of our leader. They have the Leviathan. With its power, they can open a wormhole at any point in space... even the origin of all Phazon. Our spies tell us that they are preparing for the invasion. And yet we will not fear, for the great leader is with us!

Onslaught

Temporary scan

Space Pirate data decoded.
Entry: (Onslaught)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

Entry 07.289.5
The fury of our leader is great. Many disciples have experienced her wrath since Urtraghus fell. However, despite our defeat, her confidence is unbroken. Soon the next phase of her campaign shall take effect against the Federation.

The Aurora has performed the last calculations. Our leader is ready to strike. Soon, Phaaze will sow a large number of Phazon Seeds. They will feel hundreds of Federation worlds. This blow may be the end of Phaaze, but our leader is without worry. For hundreds of live Phazon worlds will replace it.

The Siege

Temporary scan

Space Pirate data decoded.
Entry: (The Siege)
Data moved to Logbook for review.

Logbook entry

Entry 07.357.7
The Federation fleet has arrived. Like a swarm of puny insects they throw themselves desperately against our mighty armada. Fear drives them, because the Seed will meet many of their beloved home planets. Soon they will all be worlds of Phazon, and their peoples faithful servants of Dark Samus.

While the Armada eliminates the laughable Federation fleet, we look ahead to the arrival of our great leader’s hated adversary. Only she seems to be able to stop the Hunter. We disciples remain full of expectation, until the final victory.


Non-canon warning: Non-canonical information ends here.

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