List of minor characters from the Mega Man game series.
Original Mega Man series
Mega Man 2 robot
In promotional art for the Mega Man 2 boss character contest, Dr. Wily appears tinkering an unnamed yellow robot that never appeared in a game. Several years later the robot was used briefly in a flashback from the manga Mega Man Gigamix volume 2, where Dr. Light and Dr. Wily built him together when they were young.
Mega Man 8 robots
When Duo was helping Mega Man in the ending of Mega Man 8, four images of Mega Man's memories are shown, three of them having him dealing with unknown robots. The first scene shows Mega Man fighting against three red flying robots that can attack with electricity, in the second he saves a dog, in the third he stops a robbery, and in the last he saves two kids from a big robot with treads and hammer arms.
Newscasters were seen in Mega Man's Soccer and Mega Man 9. The newscaster from Mega Man's Soccer is a blond man with glasses, and the one from Mega Man 9 is a woman that resembles Chun-Li from the Street Fighter series. She also appears in the story "For Whose Sake?" of the Mega Man Megamix manga.
People from the United Nations seen in Super Adventure Rockman.
Mega Man X series
The Day of Σ criminals
A group of Reploid criminals that appeared (dead) in Chapter 3, of the Maverick Hunter X OVA, The Day of Σ. They were supposedly hired by Sigma to hack industrial Mechaniloids stationed around Abel City, causing them to rampage. He later executes them to keep them quiet about his involvement in the events. Robots resembling them appeared as part of Sigma's forces in Worlds Unite.
In the image to the right, the pair on the left are simply referred to as mass-produced criminals, one of them being named Mannequin Seawater. The short, stocky yellow Reploid is identified as the criminal leader and the skeleton themed Reploid to the right of him is called "bone" (骨?).
Gamma's unit (pronounced as Garma's unit) is a unit of Maverick Hunters that was mentioned by Sigma in Zero's past in Mega Man X4. Zero killed all members of the Gamma unit, and Sigma had to fight against him. It's believed that the Reploids seen destroyed in Zero's dream in the beginning were members of this unit.
Green Biker Dude
The "Green Biker Dude" (abbreviated to GBD), as called by fans of the series, was an unnamed green Maverick Hunter who came along with X in the intro stage of Mega Man X2. As his name suggests, he is a male Reploid with green armor and rides a Ride Chaser bike. He was destroyed by the shots of a Cannon Driver during the beginning of the opening stage of Mega Man X2 while preforming a wheelie. Since his death, the Green Biker Dude has become a sort of icon to hardcore fans, rallying them to fight in his memory, or more often, a subject of ridicule. His popularity stems mainly from the throwaway or "Redshirt" nature of his single appearance, as he was only onscreen for a matter of seconds before getting killed.
Several unnamed Maverick Hunters appear in the series. The only unnamed Hunters seen talking were some that appeared in The Day of Σ, two working for Sigma in a flashback from Mega Man X4, the ones killed by Double, and two in the first stage of Mega Man X6.
Unnamed mass-produced Reploid navigators from Mega Man Maverick Hunter X and The Day of Σ. The pink-haired female is a superior version, so there are fewer of her type compared to the blue-haired model. The pink-haired female was briefly seen in a flashback to the events of the infamous Day of Sigma in "The Choice" b-story in Mega Man Issue 50 by Archie Comics during Worlds Unite. She only has one line in the comic, where she tells Zero that she hasn't gotten any responses from either Flame Mammoth or the rest of the 4th Overland Unit, and then interrupts herself and mentions getting reports that Launch Octopus as well as his 6th Marine Unit may have joined the then-recently-turned Maverick Sigma, to Zero's shock.
Stranded Reploids that appear in stages from Mega Man X5, Mega Man X6 and Mega Man X7 asking for help. The small yellow Reploid that appears in Mega Man X6 is a recolor of Middy from Mega Man Xtreme for the Game Boy Color.
In Zero's solo ending of Mega Man X6, the "Researcher" (研究者 Kenkyuusha?) is an unnamed Reploid scientist that performs Zero's sealing process. He is voiced by Yoshinori Fujita. Players are left to assume that Zero has known him at least long enough to trust his motives. It is implied that this ending leads to the events of Mega Man Zero. Also, the symbol on the back of his clipboard resembles the Square button of a PlayStation controller.
Mega Man X7 Mavericks
The Rowdy Reploid is an unnamed Reploid from Mega Man X: Command Mission that reported X's presence in Chapter 2. While approaching X in Central Tower's Air City North Square, he says that he is not a supporter of Epsilon's rebellion, but as Reploids, they should support the idea of their independence. He was killed by Spider shortly after.
Saffron, Cumin and Jasmine
Saffron (サフラン?), Cumin (クミン?) and Jasmine (ジャスミン?) are three female Reploid merchants in Mega Man X: Command Mission. They first appear in Chapter 2, where they are rescued by X in Central Tower's Base Security Station, and they sell items to him as thanks. After Chapter 2's completion, they move to the Lagrano Ruins' Area 5F-East and sell rare items. The area can only be accessed with the Lagrano Key after Chapter 3. They also appear at the beginning of Far East HQ in the last chapter.
Saffron is a blonde Reploid that sells items. Cumin is a blue haired Reploid that is the Resistance's weapons specialist and sells weapons. Jasmine is the pink haired Reploid that sells Force Metals. Their hats have 'Zenny' symbols carved on them, each being the same color as their hair.
17th Unit members
Three Reploids from the 17th Unit were present at the Maverick Hunter base late into X's story. They told off Double for causing an accident, causing the latter to apologize. They eventually called Double a freak, although they then noticed Double undergoing a strange transformation, with two of them being killed, and the third ending up killed just as he tried to send an S.O.S. Signal to X, with Double covering up his actions by claiming it was a false alarm. Double had killed them on Sigma's orders due to their presence complicating Double's mission.
- Tablet Man (タブレットマン Taburettoman?) was designed by Daikaen based on a tablet. He is able to cause various effects by tapping the six applications in his touch panel.
- Zehr  (ゼアー Zeā?) was designed by TAKA-F as a mysterious rival for OVER-1.
- Daruman (ダルマン?) was designed by Misuke based on a Daruma doll, having in mind something that bring good luck for the franchise's 25th anniversary. He has a large body that is used to roll over opponents, an ink attack, and a hammer attack.
In the second contest for bosses themed after Japan's 47 prefectures, four of the 47 winners appear as Battle Memory.
- Curse Terror (カース・テラー Kāsu Terā?), designed by gigam to represent Nagasaki as a colossal unidentified artifact rumored to have been spotted several times in Nagasaki. "Nico Nico Seiga Award". The name is a play on words for castella (カステラ Kasutera?), which is a cake the prefecture is famous for.
- Hanabi Man (ハナビマン?), designed by Shibatakazu Nori to represent Niigata. "My Capcom Award". "Hanabi" means fireworks, and Niigata holds one of the most well known fireworks festivals in August, the character being mainly based on the Fukui Phoenix Hanabi from the Fukui Phoenix Matsuri ("Fukui Phoenix Festival"). His Special Weapon is Phoenix Burst, a full-screen attack like the Centaur Flash.
- Sudachi Woman (すだちウーマン?), a robot woman designed by Nori to represent Tokushima. "Famitsu App Award". Sudachi is a green citrus fruit that is a specialty of Tokushima.
- Udon Man (うどんマン?), designed by Anri Kyō as a robot capable of udon mass production to represent Kagawa. "Dengeki Game App Award". Kagawa is well known for its sanuki udon.
Later, 7 more entries from the second contest were added to the game:
- Akabekoman (アカベコマン?), designed by Mada ne-shi to represent Fukushima, based on Akabeko toy.
- Beating katsubonīto (ビーティング・カツボニート?), designed by Shika kuso to represent Kōchi, based on Skipjack tuna, with his name derived from both of its namings: Katsuwonus pelamis and oceanic bonito.
- Giganto Volcano (ギガントヴォルカノ?), designed by satouma to represent Kumamoto, based on Mount Aso,featuring other references: Watermelon (Kumamoto known for its watermelon production), Kuruma Shrimp (Kumamoto's symbol fish) and Lotus Root Mustard (Kumamoto's local cuisine).
- Kabukizzuman (カブキッズマン?), designed by Kuma~chi kuma shishō to represent Ishikawa, based on Kabuki performer.
- Manzaiman (マンザイマン?), designed by Satoshi to represent Osaka, based on Manzai duo.
- Rakka kyō & Metall PN (PeaNuts) (ラッカ卿＆メットールPN?), designed by muramo to represent Chiba, with Peanuts as his main theme, since they are considered a specialty product of Chiba.
- Sandman (サンドマン?), designed by Mine ke to represent Tottori, he's holding a nashi pear since it's Tottori's symbol fruit.
Also, characters from other mobile games appeared as Battle Memory during crossover collaborations. Those include characters from 7: Thousand Wars - Season II, Dragon Coins and the characters Yoshida and Chancellor from the Eagle Talon game Yoshida Shiiku Kit (よしだ飼育キット Yoshida Shiiku Kitto?) appearing dressed as OVER-1 and Kalinka, respectively. Yoshida also appears as a boss and playable character.
- For minor Mega Man Zero characters, see Resistance and Caravan.
- For minor Mega Man ZX characters, see Guardians, Hunters, Raiders and Townspeople.
- List of minor Mega Man Legends series characters
- Minor Mega Man Battle Network characters
- List of minor Mega Man Star Force series characters
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 The Reploid Research Lavatory: The Lady, the Scoundrel, and the Gun
- ↑ Mega Man X Official Complete Works, UDON Entertainment Corp. 2009. pg.139. Retrieved on August 14, 2011.
- ↑ "Among the Reploids who were begging for help, you can see that one of them is a recolor of Middy from 'Xtreme.' (laugh) He was snuck in there as a kind of joke." -Haruki Suetsugu
Mega Man X Official Complete Works, UDON Entertainment Corp. 2009. pg.62. Retrieved on April 18, 2011.
- ↑ R20 Rockman & Rockman X Official Complete Works, Capcom 2008. pg.304. Retrieved on August 14, 2011.
- ↑ IMDb - Mega Man X6: Full cast and crew
- ↑ Rockman Crossover Boss Character Contest
- ↑ TAKA-F's Artwork
- ↑ The Mega Man Network: Xover Gets a ZX World, OVER-Z Armor, and Boss Contest Winners
- ↑ Dengeki-Online: 『ロックマンクロスオーバー』と『7 セブン サウザンドウォーズ シーズンII』のコラボガチャが登場！ 総勢100キャラクター参戦
- ↑ 4Gamer.net - 「ロックマン クロスオーバー」に「ドラゴンコインズ」とのコラボガチャが登場
- ↑ 4Gamer.net - 「ロックマン クロスオーバー」を鷹の爪団がジャック。吉田くんがボスとして乱入