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Bug-like creatures, Mellas (メラ mera?) are found in Norfair on the planet Zebes. Mellas exist in small swarms, and are very similar to Mellows, all except the fire they emit on their heads in a fashion similar to Novas. When undisturbed, they will hover in one area as a group, but if they are disturbed they will swoop down diagonally at the target. The best way to take care of Mellas (like most Norfair creatures) is by using the Ice Beam.

In Metroid: Other M, Mellas are found in Sector 3 / Pyrosphere on the BOTTLE SHIP, and often emerge from Fly Pods resembling flaming red compounds. In the same game, there is a species called Himellas that strongly resemble Mellas, but have cold attributes instead. Himellas and Mellas are related to the Reo creature[1] (see official data below).

Mellamom

Metroid: Other M

Official dataEdit

Metroid manualEdit

"These move in groups and can pass through walls and rocks. They are the weakest and a single blast of the normal beam will lay them flat."

Super Metroid Nintendo Player's GuideEdit

"They exist in small swarms. Chill them out with a shot of the Ice Beam."

Enemy Data Description
Color HP ATK E BE M SM PB Norfair. They exist in small swarms. Chill them out with a shot of the Ice Beam.
Normal 30 16 27 12 31 2 0

Information

Super Metroid Players' GuideEdit

"Look for these chaps as they home in quite quickly. You can drive them back with regular shots, but a charge is needed to finish them once and for all."

Curiously, the guide depicts a Sova with this description on page 52, rather than a Mella.

Nintendo Official Guidebook for Metroid Other MEdit

Reo-Family

Nintendo Official Guidebook for Metroid: Other M

"A flying bug-type creature. Besides the Reos that appear in Sector 1, there are Himella with ice attacks in Sector 2, and Mellas with fire attacks in Sector 3, making three different types of Reo."

TriviaEdit

  • Mellows are possibly related to Mellas and Himellas, given their similarity in name, behavior and body structure (they all feature small limbs or none at all).
  • The variations of these creatures found in Metroid: Other M have an attack similiar to one that the Reos in the same game use. However, instead of slashing Samus, they latch on and explode and it cannot be countered.

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Nintendo Official Guidebook for Metroid Other M

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