A Multi-Lock Blast Shield is a shield that has five nodes that must be destroyed at the exact same time, in order to disconnect/destroy the shield. They appear as purple Blast Shields in Metroid Prime 2: Echoes and of differing appearances and use in Metroid Prime 3: Corruption and Metroid: Other M.
Seeker Missiles are required to open a door with this Blast Shield. They have been used by many races, to secure areas of importance. Some have been developed as shields for doors, while others are created for holding locks in place and so on. Their appearance varies greatly between the planets and stations they are used on. Despite the aesthetic differences, the method of dismantling them remains the same.
Metroid: Other M features the Multi-Lock Blast Shields in a considerably lesser role. There are only three within the game; one blocking the path to Sector Zero and two near Room MW in the Bioweapon Research Center.
- Most Multi-Lock Blast Shields in Corruption are obstacles rather than actual shields covering doors. Only one covering a door is ever found in the game, in Cargo Dock B. This door is colored yellow in the key of the game.
|Red Door • Purple Door • White Door|
|Metroid Prime 2: Echoes|
|White hatch • Purple hatch • Striped door|
|Metroid Prime 3: Corruption|
|Green Door • Orange Door|
|Grey Hatch • Blue Hatch • Green Hatch • Yellow Hatch • Red Hatch|
|M/MZM, MP, MP2, MP3, MII, SM|
|Red Blast Shield • Green Hatch • Yellow Hatch • White Blast Shield • Multi-Lock Blast Shield • Mounted Blast Shield|
|Metroid Prime Hunters|
| Red Blast Shield • Green Blast Shield • Yellow Blast Shield • Purple Blast Shield • Orange Blast Shield • Brown Blast Shield|
Force Fields: Green • Yellow • Purple • Orange • Blue
|Echo Gate • Leviathan Door • Light barrier • Metal Door • Phaaze Door • Powerless door • Sealed Door • Shutter • Special Hatch • Stronghold Door • Translator Door • Telekinetic barrier • Vault Door|
|Gadora • Geron • Ing Webtrap • Webling • ULF 2 • ULF 7|