|Alternate Names||コロニオン [Colonion] (JP)|
|Diameter||40km (24.85 miles)|
|Planetary Grouping||Rare Cultures|
|Size (Height)||14m (~59ft)|
Planetary Data EditSuburbion is the smallest planet in the Meteos franchise with a known size, beating out even Layazero by over 200 meters. It is shaped like a hemisphere, containing what appears to be a suburban town, hence the name. Suburbion is said to be part of an entire fleet of similar space stations, although it is unknown where the rest of the fleet is currently situated. The homeworld of the Suburbionites was ravaged and either made inhospitable or completely destroyed by their warmongering. Any further information has become classified and remains a secret to anyone outside of the Surburbion race.
Suburbionites are rather humanoid, sharing a similar body to the natives of Dawndus. Measuring around 14 meters, they come in as one of the tallest natives in the local group of planets. They have a light bulb-shaped head with a single eye on the front, only capable of moving left and right. They are described as being aggressive and are militaristic in society and structure.
In the original Meteos, Suburbion had a high Iron and Zap Meteo output, both balanced with each other, followed by somewhat lower amounts of Dark Meteos, and finally lower amounts of Zoo and Herb Meteos, also balanced with each other.
Suburbion plays a lot like Boggob, but with a slight emphasis on attack power, while Boggob focuses on scoring as many points as possible. With this, Suburbion's launches "jump" upwards before falling back down at high speed, and while horizontal ignitions have fair amounts of power, vertical ones can be used to get large stacks off the screen with ease. Also, Suburbion is one of the original Meteos' best step jumpers, and learning the technique is critical to Suburbion's survival, and is very useful for pushing back the unending torrent of falling Meteos, which is especially thick on this planet. When controlled, Suburbion can send repeated attacks of ~100 Meteos faster than Brabbit and Forte ever could, but only under careful use, for holding the Speeder for just a few frames too long can fill the screen with Meteos in less than a second, making Suburbion great for expert players and those who can keep up with aggressive Speeder use.
Meteos Wars Data Edit
Suburbion experienced equal frequencies of Zap and Iron, followed by lower amounts of Dark, and much smaller, equal amounts of Zoo and Herb Meteos. Aside from the natural slowdown to complement the controller, Suburbion also received a slight increase to how long Burnt Meteos stay in their Burnt state, though it didn't lose much of it's effectiveness in it's transition. However, any player who uses it will need to be able to time their uses of Sentinel, Suburbion's Planet Impact, quite well in order to defeat incredibly defensive planets such as Limotube. Otherwise, Suburbion is still quite effective if handled properly, as is as heavy a hitter as ever.
- Humorously, in Meteos Wars, Suburbion, the smallest planet in the game, is shown as much larger than Meteo in-game if they are selected to duel each other, despite being the same distance from the camera. To put this in perspective, Meteo is over 85,000x bigger than Suburbion.
- Suburbion's population density is absurd compared to any cities of Earth. Considering Suburbion works like a city, the Suburbionites live in 1,256 km squared of area. In maths, one km squared houses about 3 million suburbionites. That's about 75x the population density of Manila, Philippines, the most densely populated city of Earth.
- Even more absurd is that all of Suburbion can live on the continent of Eurasia.
- It's entirely possible that the population may refer to other Suburbions.
Grannest | Megadom | Layazero | Florias
Freaze | Boggob | Jeljel | Bavoom
Mekks | Vubble | Hevendor | Gravitas
Dawndus | Yooj | Suburbion | Thirnova
Lastar | Cavious | Gigagush | Brabbit
Wiral | Starrii | Forte | Luna=Luna
Globin | Wuud | Hotted | Meteo
|Introduced in Online|
|Introduced in Wars|