A Phazon Tentacle is an unused creature in Metroid Prime 3: Corruption. Described as hostile in its Logbook entry, it seems similar to the Reaper Vine and Darkling Tentacle. Phazon Tentacles thrive in areas with a concentrated source of Phazon (presumably somewhere on Phaaze) and attacks enemies using a barbed hook at its tip, which corrupts the victim and absorbs it into a nearby Phazon mass.
Unused Logbook entryEdit
Metroid Prime 3: Corruption
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.
|Unused Bosses and Species|
|Metroid: Zero Mission||Crocomire • Ridley-2|
|Metroid Prime|| Fireflea • Kraid • IceBoss • Blood monkey • Ripper • Skree • Maggot • Kihunter • Sova • Chomper Fish • Experiment 7526 • Tallon Chameleon • Carnivorous Plant |
Phazon Blastcap • Phazon Burrower • Zebesian
|Metroid Prime 2: Echoes|| Dark Pirate Aerotrooper • Dark Shriekbat • Dark Sporb • Dark Triclops • Infant Shriekbats • Kenobite • Phlogus • Triclops • Zoomer • Sova • Icemite|
Metroid 1.5: Mad AI • Humetroid • Thrash-hunters • Shock beast
|Metroid Prime 3: Corruption||Advanced Pirate Militia • Advanced Shield Militia • Assault Pirate Militia • Assault Shield Militia • Big Metroid • Crocomire • Endocoon • Mantha • Phase Sprite • Phazite Armored Trooper • Phazon Tentacle • Reptilicus-G • Salamander|
|Super Metroid||Bang • Reflec • Stoke|
|Metroid: Other M||Zebesian|
|Metroid Fusion||Geega • "Hive" • Kago spawn • Skree • Toxic Gas|
|3DS Metroid game||Boss Creature|