(NOTE: Due to Drago changing history, Samus never fought Meta Knight, as he told Meta Knight to calm things down. Samus also didn't get involved with the Yami Bakura crisis. However, Samus had enhanced her energy, since she was planning on fighting Meta Knight and was told to not undo the enhancement)
In Season 13, however, Samus' enhanced power had driven her insane. It also caused her to hunger for the energy of others and she created Metroid buzzers, which allowed her to absorb energy through her willpower. Samus tests it on Captain Falcon when she reveals she has gone insane. Samus then states its not enough, and senses Naruto's energy and intercepts him, Yoshi, Mewtwo, Zombie Giant-Man, and Trunks on their way to save Kirby. Mewtwo is the first to notice Samus has gone insane, even stating she's mentally ill. Samus then proceeds to drain everyone but Naruto and Yoshi, the latter of whom she refused to absorb energy from. Samus tries to trick Naruto into lowering his guard by letting him go save Kirby, however, Mewtwo and Zombie Giant-Man don't fall for it and Mewtwo hits her with a Shadow Ball. Samus then tries again, only for Pichu to zap her with his thunder. Samus tries to stop Naruto, Yoshi and Trunks from escaping, but Yoshi kicks her very hard as payback for not draining his energy. Samus then drains Pichu's energy and then uses Pichu's taunt before Captain Falcon arrives, where Pichu states he has a sudden urge to speak Japanese before he jumps towards Captain Falcon (mimicking the scene in the F-Zero anime where Captain Falcon uses the Falcon Punch to kill Black Shadow). Samus then tries to drain Pichu again, to which he humorously replies that he was already drained, but then attempts to use the Falcon Punch, which Falcon does as well. Samus then witnesses Dark Pichu emerge after Mewtwo attempts to exorcise Pichu's inner darkness at the cost of his own life, who has Zombie Spider-Man teleport them to Kirby and Psycho Kirby's battle. Samus then defects from the heroes due to her lust for power, receiving a black outfit like the other Heroes of Legend (except Psycho Kirby) following their rebirths, becoming an antagonist as a result. Samus then drains Kirby, making him unable to avoid Psycho Kirby as he blasts Kirby to death. Samus later battles Captain Falcon and Solid Snake on Brinstar. Ultimately, Captain Falcon unleashes the ultimate Falcon Punch after pushing Snake away, sacrificing himself to kill Samus so she doesn't suffer anymore. As Samus is dying, she breaks down in tears because she is losing her mind, but Captain Falcon comforts her, and Samus is redeemed as she powers down and goes to the afterlife with Captain Falcon. Samus is revived at the end of Season 13. In Season 16, Samus begins to develop heart problems. Samus is targeted by Ganondorf as a key component in his plan. When Giovanni arrives to capture her, Samus is eager to fight, but Colonel America decides to fight in her place as her heart is weak. When it becomes apparent that Colonel America is on the losing end of the fight, he tells Kevin and Rogue to take Samus and flee. However, Samus and Kevin are unable to escape because Ganondorf erects a barrier. Samus then feels another heart attack and grips her heart, but accidentally grips Kevin as well and unintentionally absorbs his energy. This causes her to slip back into insanity since Osmosians absorb energy as well, doubling her hunger. Samus then proceeds to absorb Colonel America's energy, weakening him enough for Giovanni to grab her and then destroy Colonel America. Samus is then fused with Bowser and Zombie Reed to create Gigadark Bowser. Samus is later revealed to be alive within Gigadark Bowser, but is soon brainwashed by Nightshroud. Samus is freed when Zane uses De-Fusion to undo the fusion. However, Samus is possessed by Nightshroud following his defeat, and acts as his main enforcer. However, Samus appears to Naruto while he is watching over Yugi Muto and Ryo Bakura, begging him to help her. Nightshroud later reveals to Naruto and Zane Truesdale that he is possessing Samus. Samus is ultimately freed from Nightshroud's influence by Zane, at the cost of Zane's life. However, Samus is left deeply traumatized by the atrocities she commited while possessed. Eventually, Samus comes to the conclusion that if she can't conquer the past, then she must continue what she did. On cue, Zombie Reed's spliced DNA infects Samus. She later reveals herself to Sasuke Uchiha, Syrus Truesdale, and Zombie Wolverine. Samus attempts to devour Syrus, but Sasuke uses Ojama Red and Ojama Blue to push him away. Despite this, Samus kills Syrus anyway before proceeding to duel Sasuke. However, Samus is told by Zombie Sue to retreat. Samus later decides to hunt down and kill those who wronged her, and interrogates Hal and Jeff, who were fired, and even infects Mystique in the process. Samus then proceeds to lay siege on Ridley and Mother Brain, who attempt to escape, and encounters Zelda as well. Samus eventually manages to kill all 3 of them before turning her attention to Goku and Yami Bakura. When the other heroes show up, Zombie Sue orders Samus to kill Zombie Spider-Man and infect the other heroes. However, Samus tells Zombie Sue that the Hunger Gospel now means to make the super heroes writhe in agony. Samus then proceed to ruthlessly kill Zombie Sue with Mewtwo's psychic powers. Afterwards, Samus prepares to duel Naruto Uzumaki, Jaden Yuki, and Yami Yugi with the fate of the world on the line. Despite using powerful monsters, Samus is defeated. However, Samus refuses to go down, and attempts to blow up the Earth. However, she gets distracted by Zombie Reed long enough for Naruto to unleash the Rasengan on her, severely injuring Samus in the process. Zombie Reed then takes Samus back to Gundalia, in an attempt to control her dangerous power. Later, Samus becomes less psychotic, as she is willing to work with Bowser and Zombie Reed to attack Gundalia. However, when Samus successfully incinerates Nightshroud, she challenges the Heroes of Legend to a final confrontation. During the fight, Samus absorbs Sonic the Hedgehog, Zombie Spider-Man, and Fabia Sheen's power in the process. However, Zane Truesdale and Zombie Wasp try distracting Samus by attacking her, but this is little more than a nuissance as Samus is more powerful than Zane and Zombie Wasp combined. Samus then absorbs Ren Krawler and Psycho Kirby's energy as well. Samus soon absorbs Goku and Sasuke Uchiha's energy as well, but is delayed from absorbing Naruto's energy by Zombie Wasp. Samus then proceeds to blow Gundalia to bits to lure Naruto out, but is caught off guard by Vegeta, the Wolverine Bakugan, and the Iron Man Bakugan. However, Samus soon finds Naruto in a nearby cave, and is able to absorb his energy at last thanks to Yami Bakura. After becoming "complete", Samus destroys her Metroid Buzzers as she has no need for them anymore. Samus then massacres Vegeta before resuming her fight with Fabia. Samus then follows Yami Bakura to where the final battle will take place. Samus is forcibly taken away from the battle when Yami Bakura senses a dark energy, which is the spirit of Razanak. Samus and Yami Bakura then join forces with Razanak, Thrax, and Infinity Mecha Sonic. Samus later gets teleported to planet K-2L, where she was born, for her rematch with Captain Falcon and Solid Snake. Before the battle begins, Samus finds a damaged house, and finds a picture of herself when she was 3 years old. Later, Samus learns Yami Bakura was responsible for her recent suffering, and vows to destroy him and redeem herself. Samus is also cured of the zombie plague before the fight truly begins. In Season 18, Samus overcomes her past during battle with Yami Bakura, and evolves Red-Eyes Darkness Dragon into Red-Eyes Darkness Metal Dragon. In Season 20, Samus forcibly has Sasuke's original eyes transplanted into her by Ganondorf. Samus quickly recovers from the surgery, but the power of the Sharingan has driven her insane once more. Samus later interrupts the duel between Yami Yugi and Yami Bakura, and proceeds to pummel Yami Bakura and absorbs him. Samus then absorbs the Ten-Tails from Tobi, before going in to space for the final battle. When Samus is quickly overwhelmed by Kirby redirecting her attacks, as well as Super Sonic and Super Saiyan Goku, she proceeds to release the Ten-Tails to overwhelm the heroes. In the end however, Samus is defeated by Naruto, Sasuke, Drago, Helios, and Pichu and is purified of the darkness in her soul. However, Samus dies due to the destruction of the Ten-Tails, but entrusts her Smash Core fragment to Pichu, as he is more worthy of it. Samus is later revived by Yami Zelda as part of her undead army. During the Time Eater Arc, due to the timeline being damaged and the border of the living and dead becoming blurry, Samus is revived, and winds up on Yoshi's Island, where she is found by Android 17 and Android 18. However, the trio is ambushed by Orochimaru, who has come to capture Samus. Samus is forced to watch in horror as Orochimaru massacres the android siblings until the stress becomes too much for her, and her psychotic personality reemerges. During The Keys of Smash Arc, Samus learns that she is one of Gigadark Bowser's reincarnations and is a part of Zorc like Yami Bakura. While Samus initially refuses to betray her friends, Yami Bakura reminds her that her friends didn't revive her parents, causing Samus to think that the others don't truly care about her, and joins Yami Bakura, abandoning her friends for good. Later, Samus battles Sasuke and loses, and learns that Yami Bakura entered Time Eater's domain as well, but conviently forgot to revive her parents. Enraged at being manipulated, Samus tells Razenoid that she will become the strongest, and rule the Earth with an iron fist. Samus later betrays Yami Bakura and steals the Millennium Ring from him and declares her intentions to rule the world to Sasuke, Zombie Spider-Man, Ren, Shadow the Hedgehog, Ryo Bakura, and Cell (though Cell already knew) before leaving. Later, Samus kills Zombie Reed out of paranoia, thinking he was trying to use her for his own purposes, and does the same to Bowser so she could absorb the full power of Gigadark Bowser. Samus later draws the remaining Smash Keys to her location so she could siphon their negative energy and becomes stronger as a result. Samus then teleports to the heroes' location with Evolved Razenoid, and quickly proceeds to blast Cell and Ryo Bakura in the gut. Samus then begins to lay waste to her former friends, but her rampage is halted by Sephiroth, who self-destructs in order to kill her and end her suffering, but Samus survives and absorbs Sephiroth's essence, becoming even stronger. Samus later battles against the heroes of the world, and is unphased by their attacks. However, due to the intervention of Gohan, Krillin, and Kirby with the Black-Star Dragon Balls, Samus' victims are revived, including Bowser, Zombie Reed, and Sephiroth, causing her power to drop severely. However, she is still strong enough to handle Goku's Super Saiyan 3 form and anything else the heroes throw at her. However, she is unable to escape a massive Spirit Bomb, which injures her greatly. Despite the size of the Spirit Bomb, Samus survives, and begins killing the Heroes of Legend's loved ones. However, Samus kills Captain Falcon and Solid Snake, which proves to be her downfall, as the Heroes of Legend unlock LV 4 of the Smash Core and pulverize Samus. In a last ditch effort, Samus attempts to self-destruct and blow up the Earth (even though she already damaged its core). However, Yami Bakura, in a selfless act, decides to teleport her away to an uninhabited location to save the Earth at the cost of his own life. However, Samus manages to survive her own botched self-destruct by unknown means, and returns to Earth, her first action being to kill Pikachu. Samus then engages in a beam struggle with the Heroes of Legend, but is defeated when Black-Star Shenron undoes the damage she caused, allowing the Heroes of Legend to defeat her, but Samus survives due to another wish made to Black-Star Shenron, but her enhanced power is vaporized instead. Realizing she has lost, Samus has a mental breakdown and is taken away to an asylum by Master Hand. In Season 21, Samus manages to break out of the asylum, and then ruthlessly beats up Rex Raptor and Weevil Underwood, Hal and Jeff, and Gront and Grant when they try to use the Black-Star Dragon Balls when Tristan Taylor shows up. Samus then reveals she plans to shed her humanity in order to regain her lost power, and purposely lets Yami Bakura reclaim the Millennium Ring so she can secretly possess Tristan. Samus later blackmails Seto Kaiba by forcing him to duel her or she will kill Mokuba. When Kaiba arrives, Samus turns the duel into a Shadow Game, where the duelists are linked with their monsters. Samus prolongs the duel long enough to fill her Graveyard with 7 DARK monsters so she can summon Rainbow Dark Dragon, wanting Kaiba to use Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon to destroy it so she can absorb its power, having absorbed the power of his 3 Blue-Eyes White Dragon during the duel. When Kaiba does summon Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon and attacks, Samus calls off the duel, saying she has other matters to attend to. Samus later blackmails Joey Wheeler into dueling her by threatening to kill his sister Serenity. When Joey arrives, Samus notices Zane and Jesse Anderson arrive, and it is revealed she plans to regain her lost power by absorbing the powers of Kaiba's Blue-Eyes White Dragon, Joey's Red-Eyes B. Dragon, Zane's Cyber End Dragon, Jesse's Rainbow Dragon, and Yusei Fudo's Stardust Dragon. Samus prepares to duel Joey, but Zane and Jesse join the duel as well, which doesn't bother Samus since she plans on absorbing the powers of their Dragons. Like with Kaiba, Samus turns the duel into a Shadow Game, and despite losing most of her Life Points, Samus is able to win with Headless Knight and Double Attack. Samus then sends Joey, Zane, and Jesse to the Shadow Realm as a penalty. Later, Samus uses the Black-Star Dragon Balls to regain her lost powers, but before she can test them out, Dark Wasp scatters everyone across the Shadow World. However, Samus manages to achieve her goal of shedding her humanity and becomes a demonic version of her former self. However, it is quickly revealed that Samus was nothing more than a pawn, being controlled by Gigadark Bowser. The real Samus decides to take refuge in Fabia Sheen's body in order to find a way to redeem herself and reclaim her body. During the battle against Gigadark Bowser, Samus is unconscious as her soul continues fading from existence, but when Goku is on the edge of defeat, Samus has had enough of being forced to suffer and breaks free of her shackles, and revitalizes Goku's energy at the cost of her life, though she survives by becoming part of the Smash Core. Samus is later revived when the Heroes of Legend become the complete Smash Core. In Season 22, Samus merges her two personalities in order to help Sonic save Miles "Tails" Prower from Yami Bakura's control, as she wants to save Meta Knight as well. Later, Samus finds Mario and Luigi battling against Sonic, and learns of Meta Knight's death at Sonic's hands. Enraged at how Sonic is happy about Meta Knight's death, Samus begins to succumb to Gigadark Bowser's influence once again. Later, Samus becomes a Dark Hero of Legend due to a mishap on Piccolo's part before he sacrificed himself. Samus is later purified by Sellon, but ultimately decides to betray her friends due to being a part of Zorc, stating that as long as Zorc can't be destroyed she will never be free.
(NOTE: Due to Drago changing history, Samus only merged her 2 personalities to help Sonic, as Meta Knight never went insane. However, Samus still defected from the heroes)
Samus later witnesses Yami Bakura sacrifice himself for her, and Samus absorbs his corpse and takes command of the villains. When Master Hand and Crazy Hand reveal their true colors, Samus helps her former allies defeat them, but only so she can destroy them herself. Samus then battles against Gohan, but loses when she pushes him too far. Before departing, Samus brands Sasuke with a corruptive curse mark. When the mark takes effect, Samus launches a full-scale assault on the Smash Bros. Galaxy. However, Samus is ultimately defeated by Bowser, but is healed by the villains and is unconscious for a while. Later, Samus walks in as Dr. Eggman unveils the restored Time Eater. Samus later eavesdrops on the Heroes of Legend and learns that she isn't complete, and in order to become complete she needs to absorb all of Zorc's offspring. With the only other offspring left being Bowser, Samus tracks him down and while she is caught offguard at first, Samus manages to blind the Heroes of Legend and absorbs Bowser, ultimately becoming complete in the process. However, Samus is ultimately killed for good by Gohan after getting distracted by Anubias and Sellon. Later, Samus and the other Offspring of Zorc escape from the Home For Infinite Losers and locate Uka Uka, who regains his confidence after realizing they are alive again. Samus later reluctantly assists the Heroes of Legend against Wiseman, but retreats to the Millennium Ring after Coredegon blasts Team Z. After Bowser forces the Offspring of Zorc out, Samus and Yami Bakura decide to get married, and have a child named Neon. In Season 23, Samus is given a new Smash Core fragment by a masked man (Mario of the Silly Melee Universe) and is locked up by the Heroes of Legend. During Samus' time in confinement, Sakura Haruno asks her why she has changed so much, and Samus replies that defying Zorc only results in death, using Gigadark Bowser as an example. However, Sakura reminds Samus that Bowser defied Zorc and he's still alive, and tells Samus that she is stronger than Zorc and she gets to choose her own destiny. Samus is then freed by Wiseman, but Sakura's words have caused Samus to have a change of heart. When Wiseman tries to kill Samus for her treason, she is saved by Zombie Wasp, who has overcome the corruption of the Infinity Sword. Samus and Zombie Wasp then proceed to save their friends from Yami Bakura, who is determined to find Samus no matter what. Later, Samus abandons her friends again, but unlike the other Offspring of Zorc, she actually thought about it. Samus rejoins the Dark Heroes of Legend later on in order to defeat Mechtavius Destroyer. Unfortunately, Samus is killed and absorbed by Mechtavius Destroyer while trying to save Gohan and Pichu from being absorbed by the psychopath. Samus is revived after Mechtavius Destroyer's death. In Season 24, Samus is swayed to the side of evil once again by Yami Bakura. However, Samus returns to the side of good due to Drago altering history. Later, Samus adopts the Nonet Bakugan after history is altered again, since they were never freed by Wiseman, and is later used to seal the rogue Mechtogan after they escape the Home For Infinite Losers. However, Samus eventually goes insane due to her love for Yami Bakura, and merges with Coredegon to bring him and Neon back. Later, Samus defuses from Coredegon and impersonates Slycerak while Yami Bakura impersonates Coredegon, BEN impersonates Exostriker, and Zombie Zelda impersonates Mandibor. Samus later battles alongside the Heroes of Legend after Yami Bakura declares he will remove her Smash Core fragment for his own selfish purposes. In Season 25, Samus returns to her villainous ways after reuniting and reconciling with Yami Bakura, and assists the villains against the Heroes of Legend, Ben Tennyson, and Shadow the Hedgehog. In the second arc of Season 25, Samus is still loyal to Yami Bakura, as she attempted to kill Naruto while he was comatose, only for Bowser to stop her. At this point, Samus declares she has cut all ties to her former life, and that her new purpose is to ensure that the apocalypse happens. Later, Samus is severly injured by the Heroes of Legend, and is forcibly fused with Mechtavius Destroyer to ensure both of their survivals. After fleeing to Earth-T, Samus tricks the villains of that reality into helping her restore her body to normal. As a result, Samus and Mechtavius Destroyer are able to seperate, and Mechtavius Destroyer rewards Samus by giving her the energy of Stardust Dragon that she tried to gain before but couldn't due to the circumstances, something which pleases Samus greatly. Later, Samus gains the power of the Lumas due to Mechtavius Destroyer having managed to kill and absorb some Lumas. Unfortunately, Samus' impatience causes Mechtavius Destroyer to betray her, and despite putting up a good fight, Samus is killed and absorbed by Mechtavius Destroyer. Later, Samus is revived due to Zane using De-Fusion to release Mechtavius Destroyer's victims, where she is reunited with her family. At the end of Season 25, Samus has a change of heart after the Nonets tell her that they think she can still be a hero, and rejoins the Heroes of Legend. In Season 28, Samus realizes that she is morally different from Yami Bakura after he willingly fuses with Mechtavius Destroyer. During said battle against Mechtavius Destroyer, Samus reaches her full potential after grabbing a sticker to caused her to "evolve". Samus briefly betrays the Heroes of Legend again during the after-effects of the Grand Design, but returns to the group after realizing the threat the League of Villains now pose after they team up with Mechtavius Destroyer. In Season 31, Samus continues to help fight against Mechtavius Destroyer. However, after Sakura betrays the Heroes of Legend and knocks them all out, Samus is taken onboard the Omega Egg Blade Carrier by Yami Bakura. Samus later attempts to escape, but is pushed back into the ship's infirmary where she sees that Sakura gave birth to Necrosis. Noticing Coredegon's reaction to Necrosis' birth being one of happiness rather than disgust, Samus realizes that there is still hope after all, and proceeds to escape the Omega Egg Blade Carrier and destroy the Dome so that the League of Villains can't get any stronger before reuniting with the other Heroes of Legend in the Mystic Ruins to prepare for the conflict that is to come. Unfortunately, Samus is reprimanded by Fabia for leaving Jill onboard the Omega Egg Blade Carrier, and eventually Samus gets so fed up with Fabia's coldness towards her that she runs away, where she is convinced by Mephiles the Dark to abandon her friends and join the League of Villains. Samus is later betrayed by Giga Bowser, and subsequently rejoins her friends for the final battle against the monster. In Season 32, Samus becomes a member of Team Vengeance after Sonic the Hedgehog realizes the Heroes of Legend have become ineffective as a whole. Following the battle on Angel Island, Samus realizes she needs to step up her game, and dons a new Power Suit to battle against future threats. In Season 33, Samus is under the influence of Phazon Corruption after being infected by Sonic, who was under Ganondorf's control at the time. At the end of Season 33, Samus unknowingly fuses with Dark Samus after her dark copy is defeated by Roy. In Season 34, Samus battles alongside Dark Samus and Ino against Ridley, but are overwhelmed due to his enhancements. However, after Ridley kills Ino, Samus finally snaps and proceeds to brutally cripple Ridley. Samus then devours Ridley despite him begging for mercy. Samus then willingly fuses with Dark Samus with the intent of reshaping the dimensions as she sees fit, having lost any remaining trace of her sanity due to Ridley. Samus then attempts to absorb the power of the Creator's Triune, but is forced by Mechtavius Destroyer to let her former allies live. Samus then flees with Fawful, and later joins Fawful and Sasuke Uchiha as a member of Team Corruption in the second Neo Smash Champion Tourney. Samus later rejoins the Heroes of Legend after Team Corruption is integrated into the Heroes of Legend due to their teamwork, with Samus having regained her sanity due to Ridley's ressurection.
Samus' initial appearance is based off her appearance in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. When Samus used her Ascent Mode after enhancing her power, her Power Suit became the Dark Suit and her Zero Suit became black. When she absorbed Zombie Giant-Man's energy, she donned the Galacti Uniform. Samus later replaces her Zero Suit with a black outfit similar to the other Heroes of Legend's outfit following their rebirth. After fusing with Bowser and Zombie Reed, Samus wears the same outfit Atticus Rhodes wore when he was possessed by Nightshroud, but removes the jacket following her liberation. After going insane once again, Samus has black lines underneath her eyes, a trait she absorbed from Kevin (these black lines are a sign that an Osmosian has absorbed energy). Samus later adds bandages to her right arm to conceal her Duel Disk. Samus returns to her original appearance after Zorc is defeated.
After joining forces with Zombie Reed and Bowser, Samus adds a jacket with the FF symbol on it to this outfit, though she removes this as well during the final battle.
Later, Samus' flesh becomes even more necrotised after absorbing Zombie Spider-Man's powers, and her nails become claws. Samus' flesh is restored to normal after she is cured of the zombie virus.
During the war, Samus wears the rebirth outfit again along with Zombie Spider-Man and Fabia Sheen.
After recovering from her forced eye surgery, Samus wears black robes similar to those of Madara Uchiha in his youth, which she retains after being revived from the dead.
After her defection, Samus dons a new Zero Suit with a skull on the front, and wears a black trenchcoat with armored shoulder pads. In addition, she stops keeping her hair in a ponytail and it is much spikier, resembling Yami Bakura's hair.
After betraying Yami Bakura, Samus dons a black sleeveless shirt with black pants along with a black cape. After absorbing Sephiroth, Samus's hair turns white, making her resemble Yami Bakura even more. Samus returns to her original appearance following her defeat. When Samus escapes the asylum in Season 21, she keeps the orange shirt she was given when she was thrown in and adds a black trenchcoat to this outfit.
After Samus is possessed by Gigadark Bowser, her appearance changes drastically. Samus' hair becomes spikier again, and it become white with a venom-blue streak down the middle. Her nails also become claws again, and her skin becomes dark blue, and she acquires fangs as well.
After Samus merges her two personalities, her appearance changes yet again. She retains her Zero Suit, though her abdominal area is exposed, revealing a mark identical to the symbol on the Millennium Items. Samus' hair also becomes the same style as Yami Bakura once again, and her right eye becomes the same as Gigadark Bowser's.
After Samus absorbs Yami Bakura's corpse, she changes her appearance to match Yami Bakura's, though she doesn't dye her hair white. Later, Samus dyes her hair white, resembling Yami Bakura even more.
In her demonic form, Samus has spikes protruding from her knees, elbows, and neck. In addition, Samus also has a shark fin on her chest, which can be used as a weapon.
After Dragonoid Destroyer binds the rogue Mechtogan to the Nonets, Samus wears the same outfit as Wiseman.
After being severly injured by the Heroes of Legend, Samus is temporarily fused with Mechtavius Destroyer, and her legs, right arm, and half her face adopt the appearance of Mechtavius Destroyer. In addition, Samus obtained a scar going from her hairline to below her right eye.
Following her completion and acquisition of the power of the Lumas, Samus gained a demonic Big Chill style set of wings in her human disguise and her eyes became red with black sclera.
After "evolving", Samus' demonic form changes once again, making her look like a humanoid version of Zorc, though she wears a black bikini whereas Zorc doesn't wear clothing at all, and while Samus does have the dragon head protrusion that Zorc has, it is more of a tail on Samus rather than a stomach protrusion. Samus' only identical feature with Zorc is the wings (which replace the Big Chill wings that vanished for an unexplained reason), though they are much smaller.
Following the battle on Angel Island, Samus uses her appearance from Metroid: Other M.
Prior to going insane, Samus was caring about her friends. She had a grudge against Ridley for murdering her parents. Samus also feared tier wars, as only 2 occured and there were disastarous results, as she enhanced her power to fight Meta Knight in order to stop Sheik from instigating a war. However, Samus' enhanced power caused her to go insane and develop a insaitable hunger for energy. Before her death, Samus broke down in tears because of her insanity, but Captain Falcon brought her back to normal. However, when Samus absorbed Kevin's energy, she became insane yet again. After being freed from Nightshroud's influence, Samus is deeply tramuatized by her actions as Gigadark Bowser and Nightshroud's main enforcer. Eventually, this drove her insane once again. After retreating from her duel with Sasuke, Samus became obsessed with getting revenge on the people who wronged her, and acted much more vicious. After killing Zelda, Ridley, and Mother Brain, Samus has descended so much into madness, that Goku realizes Samus can't be helped. Despite her insanity and ruthlessness, Samus dislikes being compared to Space Pirates, as when Yami Bakura said she was no better than them, Samus tried blasting him to death. Later, when Zombie Sue tries to order Samus to kill Zombie Spider-Man and infect the other heroes, Samus states that the Hunger Gospel now means to make the super heroes suffer, and then kills Zombie Sue without hesitation, showing just sadistic Samus has become. Later, Samus realizes the error of her ways after learning Yami Bakura orchestrated her descent to darkness and vows to destroy him to redeem herself. In Season 20, Samus becomes furious at the fact that her parents were being reanimated to serve the Akatsuki. Later, Samus goes insane again after Ganondorf forcibly transplanted Sasuke's original eyes into her, most likely due to either Ganondorf's magic lingering within her or her rage at her parents being reanimated. During the Time Eater Arc, Samus is mentally scarred by her actions before death, and is much more fragile. Samus also displays split personality, becoming psychotic when too stressed. Samus later accepts her psychotic nature as her true self after learning of her origins from Yami Bakura. Following her battle with Sasuke, Samus believes that no one can be trusted, which is the primary reason for her betraying Yami Bakura. According to Zombie Reed and Sephiroth, despite Samus' cold exterior there is great sorrow in her heart. Samus also becomes paranoid, killing Zombie Reed when he tried to comfort her because she thought he was planning on using her and then doing the same to Bowser. When Samus is defeated at the end of Fight to the Finish, the fact that she has lost her enhanced power coupled with her insanity and anger at being defeated causes Samus to completely break down, having lost whatever remains of her sanity. In Season 21, Samus desires to regain her lost power, and it appears that requires absorbing the power of the ace monsters of the most powerful duelists. In Season 22, Samus reverts to her original personality, but becomes psychotic when pushed over the edge. After Season 22, Samus constantly switches sides depending on the situation. Overall, Samus can be very sadistic, but is good at heart and fights to protect her friends and home. However, following her final battle with Ridley, Samus has lost all traces of her sanity, and now desires to remake the dimensions in her own twisted image. Samus later regains her sanity after Ridley is revived, and it seems that she has abandoned her goal to become a god.
- Gained the ability to use the Falcon Punch.
- Gained Mewtwo's psychic abilities.
- Gained Trunks' Super Saiyan form, but scaled down since Samus isn't a Saiyan.
- Gained the Power Cosmic. Unlike the others, this one changed Samus' appearance. Samus donned the Galacti Uniform and her eyes became inverted.
- Gained Pichu's Electric abilities.
- Gained Kirby's inhale ability
- Gained a variety of his abilities.
- Gained his control over snakes, and is able to reconnect her limbs when severed.
- Gained the Osmosian hunger for energy.
- Gained Invisible Woman's powers of invisibility.
- Gained Wolverine's adamantium claws and strengthened the Power Cosmic
- Gained Sonic's signature speed as well as the power of the Smash Core.
- Gained Zombie Spider-Man's web shooters and strengthened the Power Cosmic even further. In addition, Samus' flesh becomes even more necrotised, and her nails become claws.
- Gained Fabia's remarkable strength.
- Strengthened the Smash Core power she absorbed further.
- Strengthened the Smash Core power Samus absorbed even further, and intensified Samus' sadistic nature.
- Strengthened the Saiyan energy Samus absorbed further.
- Intensified Samus' sadistic nature further.
- Samus became "perfect" at this point.
- Samus' hair turned white.
When Samus was defeated, she lost all the power she gained, but regained it in Season 21.
Victims after moving to Earth-TEdit
- Samus underwent a metamorphisis that gave her wings resembling Fusion Dragonoid's wings, and her skin became a metallic violet in her true form.
In Season 21, Samus targets Seto Kaiba, Joey Wheeler, Zane Truesdale, Jesse Anderson, and Yusei Fudo so she can absorb the powers of their ace monsters. However, she didn't get Stardust Dragon's powers until a few months after the Shadow World incident.
Blue-Eyes White Dragon/Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon
- Samus acquired Blue-Eyes White Dragon's powers, as well as armor fashioned after it.
Red-Eyes B. Dragon
- Samus acquired Red-Eyes B. Dragon's powers, as well as armor fashioned after it.
- Samus acquired Cyber End Dragon's powers, as well as armor fashioned after it.
- Samus acquired Rainbow Dragon's powers, as well as armor fashioned after it.
- Samus acquired Stardust Dragon's powers. This is the only time Samus never absorbed the energy by herself, as Mechtavius Destroyer rewarded her with it.
NOTE: Starting with Season 21, Samus uses the Razenoids. These Bakugan later leave Samus' possession, but return to her in Season 22, and later join Sasuke. In Season 24, Samus adopts the Nonet Bakugan.
Current Bakugan CollectionEdit
- Darkus Betadron (1st Bakugan)
- Darkus Kodokor (2nd Bakugan)
- Darkus Mutabrid (3rd Bakugan)
- Darkus Gliderak (Baku-Sky Raider Combination of Betadron, Kodokor, and Mutabrid)
- Pyrus Spatterix (4th Bakugan)
- Subterra Stronk (5th Bakugan)
- Pyrus/Subterra Scorptak (BakuFusion of Spatterix and Stronk)
- Aquos Balista (6th Bakugan)
- Ventus Worton (7th Bakugan)
- Aquos/Ventus Volkaos (BakuFusion of Balista and Worton)
- Haos Tremblar (8th Bakugan)
- Darkus Combustoid (Betadron's Battle Suit)
- Darkus Clawbruk (Kodokor's Battle Suit)
- Darkus Fortatron (Mutabrid's Battle Suit)
- Pyrus Combustoid (Spatterix's Battle Suit)
- Ventus Clawbruk (Worton's Battle Suit)
- Subterra Fortatron (Stronk's Battle Suit)
Nomadic Mechtogan (Formerly)
- Darkus Coredegon (1st Mechtogan)
- Pyrus Slycerak (2nd Mechtogan)
- Haos Exostriker (3rd Mechtogan)
- Aquos Mandibor (4th Mechtogan)
- Darkus/Pyrus/Haos/Aquos Mechtavius Destroyer (Mechtogan Destroyer)
Samus intially uses a Fiend Deck, focused on summoned high level Fiends without tributes with Mausoleum of the Emperor.
During Season 21, Samus uses a Rainbow Dark Dragon Deck, focused on summoning Rainbow Dark Dragon. As this involves filling her Graveyard with 7 DARK monsters, this puts Samus at risk. However, unlike Yami Bakura, Samus includes healing Spell Cards to restore her damaged Life Points and plays her monsters in Defense mode rather Attack mode, though she acted recklessly during her duel with Joey, Zane, and Jesse. This deck is a reflection of Samus' current personality, as Rainbow Dark Dragon is a corrupted version of Rainbow Dragon, like how Samus became corrupted by her enhanced power.
- Samus is the first low tier to have defeated Meta Knight. However, due to Drago altering history, this never happened.
- Samus is the first character in Season 13 that didn't defect by resorting to cruelty and aggression. Rather, Samus defected due to her insanity. In addition, Samus, along with Link and Zelda, are the only characters who defected in Season 13 that weren't Heroes of Legend.
- Samus' hunger for energy is similar to the hunger induced by the zombie plague. Unlike the zombie plague, Samus' appetite is never sated. This is probably due to the fact she acquired Metroid DNA in Metroid Fusion and Metroid are beings that drain energy.
- Samus is the only non-Hero of Legend to develop heart problems.
- Samus is the only person that has broken adamantium, even if very little.
- Despite going insane thrice, Samus never actually killed anyone until the third time, where she killed Syrus in cold blood. However, she was indirectly responsible for Kirby and Colonel America's brief deaths, as she weakened them, which made it impossible for them to escape their deaths.
- As the series progresses, Samus rarely wears her power suit.
- Samus is the fourth female character after Lena Isis, Zenet Surrow, and Pandoria to serve as the final antagonist of a season, but the only one to become one of the main antagonists of the series, though Samus fluctuates between being good and evil.
- Samus is the reincarnation of Gigadark Bowser's psychotic nature.
- Samus is similar to Marth from The Last Tier War and The Dark Surfer from The Super Hero Squad Show, as all 3 were once heroes who were corrupted by another villain or a dark artifact, betrayed their comrades, and went mad with power.
- Samus' fate at the end of Fight to the Finish mirrors that of Azula's fate at the end of Avatar: The Last Airbender, as both suffered a mental breakdown after their defeat and were put in an asylum.
- Samus' appearance after shedding her humanity makes her resemble a combination of Yami Bakura and Sasuke in his Cursed Seal Level 2 state, and it also makes it look like she's been corrupted by Phazon.
- Samus is the opposite of Bowser in Super Smash Bros. Crossover because while Bowser started out as a villain and became a hero, Samus started out as a hero and became a villain. Despite this, Dragonoid Destroyer said Samus has a pure heart.
- Samus is the second character to become a part of the Smash Core, the first being Pandoria.
- Samus is the only wielder of the Smash Core to never use Level 6.
- Samus' impersonation of Slycerak is completely black in the areas where Slycerak would be red.
- Samus becoming psychotic when too stressed is similar to how Fleetway Super Sonic would emerge in Sonic the Comic.
- Samus has changed her appearance the most out of all the characters in the series.