He can make various forms of explosives, most of which are deadly. Bass, known as Forte (フォルテ, Forute) in Japan, was intended to be the first fully autonomous NetNavi, fully independent of an operator, and extremely powerful. He fuses with Nebula Grey (a program created by Dr. Wily) and attempts to use the "Spectrum" phenomenon to gain access to, and eventually destroy, the real world. He is also able to fire bombs out of his head while assisting Mega Man in the Rush Jet sections of Mega Man 8. Duo possesses a variety of extremely potent abilities, many of them manifesting themselves in the form of space-age weaponry. He and his unnamed owner were Commander Beef and SharkMan.EXE's opponent in the N1 Grand Prix. Before MegaMan leaves, Duo warns that he will return again someday. The first encounter with Vile in X3 takes place in what appears to be a recently abandoned factory. Junk Man was created by Dr. Wily to help him search for spare parts for his robots. English VA: He sarcastically tells Night that he really knows how to deescalate a situation as Night goads Fire Man, and is saved by Mega Man again when Fire Man attacks them. They are generally humanoid in appearance, and they are often designed with specific purposes and human-like personalities and quirks. He first appears in Battle Network 3, after Lan and MegaMan defeat Alpha. X himself is a playable character in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite and Puzzle Fighter. – Wii News at IGN". Alia is a character in the Mega Man X series. He was built in the, Originally created for the First Annual Robot Tournament, Tomahawk Man was reprogrammed by Mr. X to serve him. In the original game Mega Man X, he is the template on which all non-Light model Reploids (except Zero) are based, and he battles against Mavericks to protect humans and assuage his guilt for his part in their creation. He was a competitor for WWW's curry restaurant Number 1 Curry. It is revealed in the ending of Mega Man Battle Network 6 that Roll and Mega Man become a couple and create a "son" dubbed Mega Man Junior. In Vile mode on Maverick Hunter X, Vile gets a very large amount of weapons for his carrier, his legs and his arms. Dex is voiced by Tony Sampson in the English anime. His absence was not explained, although according to the booklet that came with the Rockman 9 Arranged Album, Bass was undergoing some adjustments. Their exact roles in the story depend on the game version: the title Cybeast is absorbed by MegaMan.EXE and is later destroyed by him, while the opposite Cybeast is absorbed by CircusMan.EXE and is ultimately deleted by Colonel and Iris. Misc. Night denounces the idea of man and machine coexisting, and Light tells him to not linger in the past and that the two species have built a beautiful world together and invites Night to join them. His strong sense of responsibility is most likely rooted in the fact that he was the first person to produce a "robot with a soul." Completely syncing DNA would cause them to connect and feel each other's pain, so MegaMan.EXE's eye color is different, though the difference is later removed in order to save MegaMan.EXE's life. His Hard Knuckle can detach and be shot out towards his opponents. He is based on Glyde of the Mega Man Legends series. He was constructed based on research conducted on Mega Man with the intention of matching his power, being a more advanced model of Robot Master when compared to Mega Man. Bass says that he will destroy this creation, and that no other robot is more powerful than he is. In Mega Man 7, Mega Man 9, Mega Man 10, and Mega Man 11, he rescues Mega Man from pits (and Proto Man in Mega Man 10) and in Mega Man 8, assists Mega Man during the Rush Jet scenes. He is introduced in Mega Man 3, and has appeared in many games since. Originally designed to work in the waterworks bureau as a way to manage the water, Aqua Man was stolen, reprogrammed, and modified to serve Dr. Wily. Other games have him transform into a motorcycle and a drill car, and in the fourth and fifth Game Boy games as a spaceship. 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. His Slash Claw enables him to slash his opponents with his wave-like cutting attack. After the Gospel virus is destroyed, Lord Gospel's robot body is taken over by Bass. Red appears in Mega Man X7 as the leader of Red Alert, an anti-Maverick mercenary group that had risen to prominence in place of the overworked and underequipped Maverick Hunters. Dr. Regal leaps from the top of the NAXA building to avoid arrest, and is presumed dead. functions of a submarine. Created by Dr. Wily, Crystal Man was tasked to finance Dr. Wily's operations. Lumine then reveals his own plan; to exterminate all humans and old generation Reploids and create a new world only for the new generation models. Created by Dr. Cossack, Pharaoh Man was originally built to explore dark pyramids and tombs, with camera eyes suited for dark areas and a. Dr. Wily created these Robot Masters in his next attempt to take over the world.