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The Focke-Wulf (フォッケウルフ Fokke Urufu?) is a dragon-like robot of the Bonne family that Mega Man Volnutt must fight from atop the Flutter after the Gesellschaft is destroyed in Mega Man Legends. The Bonne's fire up the weapon, with Tron apparently piloting the central part of the machine (as she yells loudly she'll take care of Mega Man in an enraged voice as the battle begins, and Teisel Bonne can't pilot due to being injured). This boss is armed with missiles that can dish out explosive damage like grenades as well as an array of machine guns on its wings. The Focke-Wulf has weak armor and a relatively low hitpoint but it is very hard to hit as it is very aggressive and fast. On the harder difficulties, the firepower it commands can down the Flutter quickly if the player cannot defeat it quick enough. Special weapons with high firing rate and homing capabilities like the Active Buster is recommended against it.

After it is defeated, the Bonne's sit back quietly, accepting their fate (as they are far too high up to jump ship, and do not have any escape method's). The machine divebombs towards the ground, and Mega Man and Roll look over the Flutter as the Focke-Wulf vanishes beneath the cloud cover, as Mega Man looks down in remorse, saddened that he doesn't think they're going to make it from the crash, and wishing he had taken it easier on them.

Specifications

  • Height: 21.6 m
  • Width: 57.5 m
  • Max. speed: 650 km/h

Trivia

  • Focke-Wulf is the name of a German manufacturer of civil and military aircrafts during World War II, which was named after the founders Henrich Focke and Georg Wulf.
  • The Focke-Wulf is called "Fokkerwolf" in Prima's Official Strategy Guide.
  • It bears a striking resemblance to Gyaos- a monster from the long-running giant monster series, Gamera.


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