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Weavel

Summary

A cyborg Space Pirate and a member of a special forces unit, Weavel was once left for dead after an encounter with Samus. He was later salvaged by his cohorts, inserting his brain and spinal cord into a new cyborg body to not only revive him but grant him a new lease on life as a powerful warrior. He encounters Samus once more in the Alimbic Cluster in search of the "ultimate power" whispered by the Celestial Archives in order to get revenge on Samus. However, the two meet before he is able to do so, resulting in his final defeat.

Powers and Stats

Tier: At least 6-C

Name: Weavel

Origin: Metroid Prime Hunters

Gender: Male

Age: Unknown

Classification: Space Pirate turned into a cyborg equipped with a Power Suit

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Energy Projection, Radiation Powered Weaponry, Can split into two separate, autonomous units to attack foes

Attack Potency: At least Island level (Is outfitted by a Power Suit made specifically for him, similarly like Samus' original power suit by Mother Brain)

Speed: Unknown. At least Massively Hypersonic+ (Can react to Samus, has a Power Suit also likely produced by Mother Brain)

Lifting Strength: Unknown

Striking Strength: At least Island Class

Durability: At least Island level (Can tank hits from Samus)

Stamina: Limitless (He is completely mechanical aside from his brain and spinal cord and thus does not produce fatigue toxins, managed to remain alive after an altercation with Samus even though only his brain and spinal cord remained)

Range: At least several yards

Standard Equipment: The Battlehammer, a powerful blaster powered by a miniature nuclear reactor that shoots devastating energy blasts in an arc that detonate on contact with the ground, dealing damage in a significant blast radius, An energy scythe, the Halfturret, the lower half of his body that can work autonomously as a sentry gun

Intelligence: Once a member of a special unit of Space Pirates, Weavel was nevertheless trounced by Samus in their first encounter. However, he puts up a far better fight when he meets her again in Metroid Prime Hunters, showing mastery of his new abilities as a cyborg, deftly splitting into two to attack Samus and wielding his energy scythe and Battlehammer with precision.

Weaknesses: None notable

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