The following is a list characters from both the Mega Man Battle Network series of video games, and the MegaMan NT Warrior (Rockman EXE) anime and manga. According to his CD data in. Bass was falsely blamed for causing massive problems in the original internet, and was nearly killed by the SciLab Elite Corps. Vile is introduced in Mega Man X, where he is a former Maverick Hunter now serving Sigma as his right-hand man. He graduated from the Robot Institute of Technology alongside Albert Wily , and the two were once partners. After being tainted by dark energy, he gains "Chaos Unison." Proto Man and Mega Man where built by Dr. Light. His Flame Sword enables him to engulf his sword in fire. He is named after the Roman god of the underworld and the most popularly well-known dwarf planet. The final confrontation with Bass is his most powerful, when he has absorbed a cybeast's power into his body. His Plug Ball shoots out spark balls that travel across the terrain to shock opponents. Bomb Company where he works providing special effects for movies until he was captured and reprogrammed by Dr. Wily. Each member is found in a secret area of a stage and will move to another stage. CosmoMan.EXE is voiced by Sōichirō Tanaka in the Japanese version. His Magnet Missile can home in on any enemies. In the anime, WWW serves a similar purpose to its game counterpart, breeding terror and chaos throughout society via the net whilst searching for the "Ultimate NetNavi," later revealed to be PharaohMan. MegaMan.EXE and GutsMan.EXE went to the Moon. Created by Dr. Wily, Air Man has his face built into his torso and can use the propeller in his torso to do wind attacks. He is voiced by Antony Holland in Captain N: The Game Master, Jim Byrnes in the 90s TV series, Randall Wiebe in Mega Man X8, Mega Man Maverick Hunter X, and Mega Man Powered Up, Doug Stone in Mega Man 11, and Garry Chalk in Mega Man: Fully Charged. After X beat each of the X Hunters, he recovered all three parts and has a final battle with them at their lair. Dr. Light and Mega Man in the arcade games. A mysterious robot that was discovered and remodelled by Dr. Wily, Shadow Man is a ninja-themed Robot Master. His name is also believed by some to signify that he is a double agent. His main attack is the Grab Buster (Snatch Buster in Japan), a projectile that can steal energy or power-ups from Mega Man and he can transform into liquid metal hopping in thrice and repeat the process. The world's number one authority on robotics. [1], .mw-parser-output .legend{page-break-inside:avoid;break-inside:avoid-column}.mw-parser-output .legend-color{display:inline-block;min-width:1.25em;height:1.25em;line-height:1.25;margin:1px 0;text-align:center;border:1px solid black;background-color:transparent;color:black}.mw-parser-output .legend-text{}  = Does Not Appear. Sunstar has several attacks, including large laser beams, a buzzsaw-like move, floor-destroying flames, and a rain attack similar to Toad Man's Rain Flush. Dr. Doppler also plays a role in Carddass-exclusive storyline series called Rockman X: Mega Mission, where he unleashes his own virus, the Limited Virus, which is responsible for revival of some of Mavericks that X had previously defeated in previous games, as well as a copy of X himself (written as イクス, Ikusu), also known as iX by the fans to distinguish it from the original. It started at 15 and ended at 19, meant to represent the Mega Man / Rockman franchise's age. Slash Man was created by Dr. Wily to clear the forests for the construction of his base. GutsMan.EXE came from the robot Guts Man in the original series of MegaMan. Created by Dr. Light, Splash Woman is the first female Robot Master with a mermaid-like appearance who was built to save people from sinking ships until she was spared from being scrapped and tricked by Dr. Wily into serving him. He is voiced by Makoto Furukawa in the Japanese version and by Todd Haberkorn in the English dub. Created by Dr. Wily, Bubble Man is built for underwater combat. These are fired through a large launcher protruding from his head, similar to the rocket launcher Napalm Man from, Jupiter is in the second group of Stardroids. Rush (ラッシュ, Rasshu) is a robotic dog belonging to Mega Man. Lord Wily seeks to obtain the legendary beasts so that he may wreak havoc on both Cyberworld and the real world. High Max is an antagonist in Mega Man X6. His Flash Bombs can give off a bright explosion when launched. He was featured in Wily & Right no RockBoard: That's Paradise (or RockBoard for short) and Rockman & Forte: Challenger From the Future as a weapon for Bass. Created by Dr. Light, Magma Man was used to oversee safety operations and manage a geothermal plant until he was spared from being scrapped and tricked by Dr. Wily into serving him. In the year 20XX (later in the 21st century), Dr. Light began work on Mega Man X (the "X" standing for a factor of unknown potential). He was branded as traitor during Alpha Revolt and imprisoned, but was freed sometimes afterwards. In Mega Man 8 and Mega Man & Bass, the Joe Classic can also throw grenades that explode after a certain period of time. While responsible for awakening and assisting X, his invention of Reploids was the direct cause of all the major wars throughout the X, Zero, and ZX games, resulting in rapid, dramatic changes of society that are often for the worst, despite his background in archaeology and botany. Zero defeats her, and Iris dies from program failure caused by attempting to use her brother's fighting will on her systems; the systems clashed and caused Iris terrible pain as she fought against Zero.