Acid Man is a chemist robot created by Mecha-Chuchets Institute of Robology and was given a mad scientist personality when he was captured and reprogrammed by Dr. Wily. Not long after that, he created a humanoid robot with a much more advanced A.I., DLN-000 Proto Man, the first "advanced robot", known as a Robot Master in some sources. In the games, Duo is the operating system of an asteroid poised to destroy Earth. In Mega Man X to X3, his main weapon is the Z-Buster, with the Z-Saber being introduced to his arsenal in X2 and being usable by both Zero and X in X3, but as more of a sub weapon. According to him, humanity was not yet mature, and they would judge X's name, limitless potential, and human like mental capabilities as something to be feared. Mr. X reprogrammed Plant Man to serve him. He frequently NetBattles, and places the prospect of completing menial tasks like homework behind him. In Captain N: The Game Master, Dr. Light is named Dr. Wright and he is an old dwarfed man with a big nose, pointed ears and less hair than the original. Other Devil variants also appear in the various series of the Mega Man metaseries, including the Shadow Devil in Mega Man X5 and the Rainbow Devil in Mega Man Zero. 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. 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. Mega Man 11 Dr. Light's Lab Similar to the previous 2 Mega Man games (MM9 and MM10), you can collect Bolts and purchase items to help you out in the quest for Wily's repentance! Battle Network Counterpart: His Plug Ball shoots out spark balls that travel across the terrain to shock opponents. He is voiced by Alex Doduk and Brad Swaile[25] in the English version of the anime and Kumiko Higa in the Japanese version of the anime. In the anime, Lan eventually becomes a NetSaver (Net Savior), aiding the NetPolice in stopping crimes. Fuse Man is an electrical robot created by O.D.A. He follows Vile and Spark Mandrill to the present to stop them from taking Lightanium back to their own time to help Sigma finance his wars against humans. She was however rescued by Proto Man right before Mega Man managed to defeat Cossack in his citadel. Lumine is fought in his normal form and then in an angelic form in a heavenly arena. Mayor Cain – He is the mayor of Cyber City and the benefactor of WWW. Glyde.EXE is voiced by Ted Cole in the English dub.[25]. His Crash Bomber can attach to anything before causing repeated explosions. He's very arrogant, often calling Mega Man "puny", and when he hears Dr. Wily come up with what he views a good plan, Vile says "not bad, for a puny human". As such, also taking into account X and his armors' combat capabilities, Dr. Light concluded that X was an extremely dangerous being that could become a threat to mankind. He helps Lan and MegaMan several times in. . In Mega Man X3 Vile is sent along with Bit and Byte to destroy X. He was built in the, Originally created for the First Annual Robot Tournament, Tomahawk Man was reprogrammed by Mr. X to serve him. With the copy chip containing a copy of Sigma's DNA within the library of hundreds of others, they inherit Sigma's mindset and way of thinking, thus giving them the freedom to go Maverick at will. He is voiced by Katsuyuki Konishi in the Japanese version and by Jon Bailey in the English dub. Rock, having a strong sense of justice, volunteered to be converted into the super robot known as Mega Man.