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Go right into the crevice and get the blue rod from the hole in the rock. Walkback outside and go north to the plateau, where a strange rodent-like creaturewill run off with an item that opens the door. Get the rod and pole. Low willmove the pole slightly to the right. Get the rib cage. Get the cover and thedowel at the left side of the door. Use the dowel with the hole in the middleof the circular structure. Get the pole and use it with the pin. Use the ribcage with the hook, then the rod with the cage to make the trap.if(typeof ez_ad_units!='undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[300,250],'adventuregamers_com-leader-3','ezslot_10',196,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-adventuregamers_com-leader-3-0');
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Walk north to the ledge and enter the cavern at the right side of the area. Goright to the pit and north to the opening to arrive in a room with a panel. Usethe panel and enter the geometric shapes for the purple, red, orange and greenengraved rods. The purple rod will show a scene of the museum spire, the redrod shows a scene of the tomb at the tomb spire, the orange rod shows a view ofthe crack at the planetarium spire and the green rod shows some caves. Afterviewing all four rods, walk through the opening to see a light bridge device.
Walk north to the edge and go down to the tomb. Stand on the crypt to be takendown to the lower level, then walk left and go through the door to return tothe room with the pyramid. Walk up to the pyramid and use the yellow engravedrod on the panel. Use one of the glowing crystals on the alien corpse andMaggie will step forward to translate the words that the alien speaks. Askabout the alien device four times and the eye part twice. Exit the conversationand get the creator's engraving from the floor. Walk right along the walkway tothe door, then use the crypt to travel up to the tomb. Walk outside, go northalong the path and walk along the light bridge. Select the map spire.if(typeof ez_ad_units!='undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[250,250],'adventuregamers_com-large-mobile-banner-2','ezslot_8',600,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-adventuregamers_com-large-mobile-banner-2-0');
ENGRAVED ROD Found after pulling the hanging wire in the wreck on the planet surface. It is used with the slot in the door near the guard dogs at the bottom of the tomb, and is used with the panel on the pyramid containing the alien corpse.if(typeof ez_ad_units!='undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[250,250],'adventuregamers_com-narrow-sky-1','ezslot_17',604,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-adventuregamers_com-narrow-sky-1-0');
Samus can crouch and shoot to break all of the Fake Blocks in the platform, without using the Wave Beam. The two fake platforms below are retained, but the room is much shorter and the door to Kraid's Lair is no longer accessible. There are two Koma heads in the shaft as well, and there appear to be pipes and bricks in the walls of the room. There is now an overhang to the left with a crevice underneath that Samus can fit through with the Morph Ball. Through here is a door to a small room with a Chozo Statue holding the game's first Missile Tank.
In terms of appearance, this room is a long vertical shaft of mostly organic material. The walls appear to be formed out of thick, green thorns, with multiple midair and wall-mounted ledges made of a green moss-looking material. At the very bottom of the shaft is a floor composed of Power Bomb Blocks; when destroyed later in the game, a secret undershaft is exposed. This has more platforms and a Locked Door that cannot be entered from this side. Samus can continue from here into a shaft populated by the Etecoons, who teach her to Wall Jump. If she Wall Jumps up to the top of the shaft, she can re-enter the undershaft of the Main Shaft through the locked door, which is open on the Etecoons' side. If Samus is unable to Wall Jump to the door, a hidden tunnel in the Etecoon shaft provides an alternate escape route, allowing her to leave the area.
Later, if Samus revisits the room after collecting the Speed Booster, it becomes possible for her to fall into a "trap". If she runs across the floor close to the destructible wall until the Speed Booster activates, she will break through part of the floor, which consists of Boost Blocks, and fall down a long shaft. This leads to another stretch of hallway, at the end of which is the friendly Dachora creature and its egg. It is not possible for Samus to interact with the egg, and it remains part of the scenery, ultimately hatching at some point before Metroid Fusion. The Dachora provides a hidden tutorial for the Shinespark, running back and forth across the lower hallway and then jumping up the shaft at full power. Samus can practice doing the same. Should she run low on energy, there is an Energy Charge through a door on the left down here.
The "pink shaft" is a room in Brinstar. It appears in Super Metroid.The pink shaft is one of the largest rooms in Brinstar, and perhaps the entire game. It connects to multiple other areas of Brinstar, including the "Red Soil" and green jungle regions. Flakes of an unknown material fall indefinitely in this room, as they do in other "pink" Brinstar rooms. Multiple ledges formed out of the natural pink soil are found, outstretched from walls on either side. The pink shaft is first entered from a door near the top. Immediately above this is a ledge with an Air Hole that spawns Zebs indefinitely. This leads to a series of steps in the right wall, leading up to another walkway, another pair of ledges, and another walkway with another Air Hole spawning Zebs. To the left is a ledge on the wall with a Bomb Block at its base. Behind this block is a door to a Save Room. Adjacent to this is an exit into the room that precedes Spore Spawn.
The "Red Tower" is a room in Brinstar. It appears in Super Metroid. It previously appeared in Metroid and Metroid: Zero Mission as the second room of those games.Beneath the entrance are pipes that will indefinitely spawn Geegas. Lower yet is an area that is seemingly the bottom of the room, with only Power Bomb Blocks impeding a Yellow Hatch and a destructible box that contains a Beetom. However, there are Fake Blocks on the ground that reveal a passage leading to the true bottom of the room, a shaft full of Rippers. At the bottom are two doors, on the left is a Green Hatch leading to an Energy Recharge Station, and on the right is a Blue Door leading to more of the area.
The "tangled crossing" is a chamber filled with tangled vines quite close to Kraid's chamber. Four Kihunters inhabit the room and it is entered through a door in the floor from the scaffolding. There are two larger vines lined with thorns that can be seen growing through the ceiling, but their origin point is unknown. To continue through the lair, Samus can lay a Bomb over a noticeable crack in the floor to find a hidden chamber underneath, which leads to Mini-Kraid's room. If Samus lays a Bomb in a divot in the floor near the right wall, she will find a short passage to a hidden door, through which is a Save Station. Later, Samus can return to this room and lay a Power Bomb on the right side to reveal another hidden passage in the wall. A Missile Tank is inside.
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