The brutal gravity of Gravitas turns the tiniest speck into an ultradense particle. Gravitases enjoy little leisure.
Meteos Planet Description
Nbg17 gravitor
A Gravitase
Planetary Traits
Alternate Names グラビトール [Gravitor] (JP)
Diameter 82,000km (~50,952.4 miles)
Music Metallia
Planet Impact Gambit
Planetary Grouping Dimensionals
Inhabitant Traits
Population ~70,000,000 Gravitases
Size (Height) 1m (3ft, ~3in)
Archived Interactions

Gravitas is a planet found in Meteos, Meteos Online, and Meteos Wars.

Planetary DataEdit

Gravitas is an incredibly dense planet, boasting immense gravitational pull. From above its atmosphere, Gravitas' surface appears to have colors commonly associated with minerals. The planet is shaped rather like an open eye symbol, although thankfully it is not related to Meteo. Judging from its background in Meteos Online, the sky of Gravitas is incredibly warped, very likely due to its trait of massive gravity.

Gravitas appears in Star Trip mode's Multi route as part of the Dimensionals, sharing its grouping with Thirnova and Gigagush.


  • A depiction of the light-bending properties of Gravitas, via Meteos
  • Somewhere on Gravitas, from Meteos Online
The inhabitants of Gravitas are short, stout, and grey humanoids with box-like heads, with one circular eye and a small spike on top. They live stressful lives on their high-gravity planet, enjoying little leisure in life. It is believed that the most common industry on the planet is mining rare minerals only found in compressed rock.

Gravitas 9Edit

Gravitas 9 was an odd phenomenon only taking place in Meteos Online. According to recorded events, it was an instance of Gravitas that had the already immense gravity intensified further, creating spacial anomalies. Not much else is currently known about the event.

Meteos DataEdit


The design of the Meteos on Gravitas, shared with Forte.


To unlock Gravitas, the player must fuse 1221 Soil, 1441 Iron, 121 Zap, and 161 Zoo Meteos and 1 Rare Meteo of Time together in the Fusion Room. Gravitas' Sound Set, Metallia, is fused with 300 Zap Meteos.

Meteos EncountersEdit

In the original Meteos game, Gravitas has a unique Meteo launch mechanic involving two-stage launch ignitions. Due to the extreme gravity, initial launches on Gravitas will simply turn into Burnt Meteos and not launch upwards. What this does however, is that all the stacks involved within the possible 10 columns will have their gravity cancelled, thusly, creating a second ignition while the first is still burnt will immediately launch all involved Meteos straight off the planet, in a similar fashion to Hevendor. This makes launching huge stacks quickly from Gravitas possible in the early game. However, due to how Burnt Meteos will return to being normal Meteos faster as the game goes on, after a long time has passed, it will become almost impossible to launch Meteos from Gravitas, so playing on this planet will essentially invoke a time limit before it becomes impossible to win.

Meteos Online/Wars DataEdit

Meteos OnlineEdit


Gravitas/Gravitas 9's Meteos design, from Meteos Online

Gravitas made it's second appearance in Meteos Online, as an unlockable planet. It could be fused with no perequisite, requiring 1221 Soil Meteos, 1441 Iron, 121 Zap, 161 Zoo, 1 Time and 500 Points.

Gravitas experienced high Soil rates, followed by lower, equal amounts of Iron and Zap, even lower, equal amounts of Air and Zoo, and a trace amount of Dark.

Gravitas 9Edit

Gravitas 9 was a strange variant of Gravitas. It required the user to have Gravitas already fused, along with 7,500 Air Meteos, 25,000 Iron, 1500 Zap, 7000 Zoo, and 2000 Dark.


It experienced similar Meteos frequencies, sporting the same amounts of SoilZap and Iron, having its Air ratio equally replaced by Herb, and an, also equally replaced, amount of Glow, in the place of Dark. The planet also had a column removed from it's grid, now sporting only 9 (hence the name), and a strange recolor, as shown.

Meteos WarsEdit

Gravitas made it's third appearance in Meteos Wars, as an unlockable planet. Like any other planet, it needed to be defeated as the fifth Unknown planet in Mission Mode to be unlocked.

Gravitas had it's Meteos lineup completley changed from the last two games, boasting an incredibly high Soil frequency, halved, equal amounts of Ice and Dark, and small amounts of Dust. Along with the regular slowdown to compliment the use of a controller, Gravitas' altered Meteo frequencies make it much more viable competitivley, though, with it's gimmick still intact, there is a very good chance that it's user will need to play quickly if they want to win by score against any planet besides Hevendor. Overall, Gravitas' difficulty curve has been decreased in this game, making it so that less experienced players may still come to grips with it, However, against attrition based planets such as Arod and Hanihula, the outcome will be bleak unless the player using said planets is not particularly skilled.


  • The Gravitase's pupil is shown in all version of Meteos as a lime green, while in it's artwork, it's shown as grey.
  • It's actually possible to watch a floating stack on Gravitas in Meteos Wars; in the incredibly unlikely event that a falling Meteo ends up causing a match a bit into the stack, the stack will lose almost all power and visibly fall quickly back to the ground.
  • According to Merriam Webster, the definition of "gravitas" is, "high seriousness".
  • Amusingly, in Meteos (DS), if the CPU Level is set to Simple, then any CPU Gravitas will be unable to attack, due to the AI not beng able to chain ignitions, unlike later levels of CPU. This can actually lead to a match being won without ever touching the DS.

Ad blocker interference detected!

Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.