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Progress PET
Progress PET Sprite
Lan's Progress PET
ProgressPET InventorySprite

The Progress PET (プログレスペット Puroguresu Petto?) was introduced in Mega Man Battle Network 5 and the third episode of Rockman.EXE Stream. It is the fourth design of the PET, not counting the Advanced PET 2, and was used to combat Nebula and Duo.

Description

The Progress PET's design differs vastly from that of its predecessor. Rather than being held vertically it demands to be held horizontally, much like a traditional GBA or PSP. This is the first model to be wireless. On the right side of the device is a retractable cover which conceals a jack-in port and a slot for Battle Chips. Touching the navi mark to the left of this will bring up a holographic touch screen which will allow the user to drag-and-drop Battle Chips to their navi. In the center of the PET is a screen and to the left are two buttons, a directional pad and an LED. In the anime and toy line Battle Chips also differ in design than other generations.

Like the Advanced PET it can be customized in a wide variety of colors. Along to top and bottom are slots called custom gates which can be used to install accessory upgrades. These upgrades can do anything from improving the abilities of the NetNavi to providing a better grip for the operator.

In the Games

Yuichiro Hikari and Mr. Famous teamed up to developed the Progress PET.[1] Lan Hikari gets this PET sometime before Mega Man Battle Network 5. The few mentions of it in game most are just E-mails and message board posts discussing how to use it. Lan’s friends PET's are stolen by Nebula early in the game. When they are taking a vacation on Oran Isle Dex mentions that he is using a SubPET. While trying to solve a theft on a cruise ship, Colonel or ProtoMan (depending on the version) mentions that navis jack-in using inferred rays. Before facing the final boss Lan gets an opportunity to take back the stolen PETs. Gate Devices can again be used in as a Japanese exclusive.

In the Anime

The Progress PET was introduced in episode 3 of the Rockman.EXE Stream and was made by IPC (Blaze Quest in the dub). Lan received the first model produced from Chaud, along with a holster and grip attachment. Despite the interface being the same as the previous model this PET introduce several new features. Among these features is the ability to store up to 25 battle chips in the PETs memory for quick access. If the Navi Mark on the right of the PET is pressed a holographic touch screen will be displayed, this allows the operator to drag and drop battle chips onto their net navi. Lan also mentions that the PET has a Battle Chip Gate built into it. The PET also has a flashlight function and a form of NFC (Lan used this to pay for a taxi). The Progress PET was not as big of a hit as the Advanced PET was, many operators are still seen using the Advanced PET throughout Stream.

Toys

A toy version of the Progress PET was released by Takara in Japan. It contains slots on the top and bottom called Custom Gates, which are used to put one of the nine accessory upgrades to enhance it, just like in the anime. The toys also have Battle Chip slots that open with a button, the one with the Navi mark on it.

The Progress PET and several related toys with its Battle Chips were also released in Korea by Sonokong, but with many differences from the Japanese toys.[2]

ProgressPETNettoVer Progress PET - Netto Version
Battle ChipsRockman (Navi Chip), Hi-Cannon, Vulcan 1,
Boomerang, Crack Bomb
ProgressPETEnzanVer Progress PET - Enzan Version
Battle ChipsBlues (Navi Chip), Samurai Sword 1, Wide Blade,
Mini Bomb, Crack Out
ProgressPETForteCross Progress PET - Forte Cross Edition
Battle Chips Rockman (Navi Chip), Forte, Medi,
Poltergeist, Waraningyou (V-Doll), Mega Energy Bomb
The Forte Cross model also comes with a violet Operate Stick and a Network Cable.
ProgressPETNettoDX Progress PET - Netto DX Edition
Battle ChipsRockman (Navi Chip), Double Point, Ojizousan (Guardian),
Roll DS, Full Custom, Recovery 200
This model also comes with a crystal blue Hit Point Grip and a Network Cable.
DXProgressPETBlue DX Progress PET - Net Version
(프로그레스펫-네트버전)
Korean version of Progress PET - Netto DX Edition.
DXProgressPETRed DX Progress PET - Leo Version
(프로그레스펫-레오버전)
Korean version of Progress PET - Enzan Version. The content is the same from the original, with the addition of the Battle Chip Quick Gauge (Fast Gauge), a slightly-color-enhanced Speed Grip, and a Network Cable.

Navi Tune Parts

The Progress PET has the following Navi Tune Parts.[3]

RP-01 Hit Point Grip (ヒットポイントグリップ)
Accessory NumberRP-01
Custom Gate2 (Bottom)
Upgrades/Downgrades HP (Hit Points) plus 50%
CL (Chip Limit) minus 2
Battle ChipWide Shot 3
RP-02 Attack Scope (アタックスコープ)
Accessory NumberRP-02
Custom Gate1 (Top)
Upgrades/Downgrades AT (Attack) plus 50%
SP (Speed) minus 30%
Battle ChipMagnum
RP-03 Battle Chip Magazine (バトルチップマガジン)
Accessory NumberRP-03
Custom Gate1 (Top)
Upgrades/Downgrades CL (Chip Limit) plus 1
SP (Speed) minus 20%
This accessory can hold five Battle Chips.
Battle ChipRecovery 150
RP-04 Speed Grip (スピードグリップ)
Accessory NumberRP-04
Custom Gate2 (Bottom)
Upgrades/DowngradesSP (Speed) plus 50%
AT (Attack) minus 50%
Battle ChipQuick Gauge
RP-05 Electric Twin Grip (エレキツイングリップ)
Accessory NumberRP-05
Custom Gate2 (Bottom)
Upgrades/DowngradesThe NetNavi becomes Electric element
Battle ChipElec Reel 2
RP-06 Aqua Double Protector (アクアダブルプロテクター)
Accessory NumberRP-06
Custom Gate1 and 2
Upgrades/Downgrades HP plus 20%
CL minus 1
The NetNavi becomes Aqua element
Battle ChipSide Bubble 2
RP-07 Search Scouter (サーチスカウター)
Accessory NumberRP-07
Custom Gate1 (Top)
Upgrades/DowngradesSP plus 50%
HP minus 10%
Battle ChipBarrier 200
RP-08 Operate Stick (オペレートスティック)
Accessory NumberRP-08
Custom Gate2 (Bottom)
Upgrades/DowngradesCL plus 2
AT minus 30%
Battle ChipLife Synchro
RP-09 Fire Chip Inserter (ファイアチップインサーター)
Accessory NumberRP-09
Custom Gate2 (Bottom)
Upgrades/DowngradesThe NetNavi becomes Fire element
Battle ChipFire Punch 3
NaviTunePartsCS Navi Tune Parts CS
(네비튠파트CS)
Korean pack with Battle Chip Magazine and Operate Stick. Doesn't include PET or Battle Chips.
NaviTunePartsSS Navi Tune Parts SS
(네비튠파트SS)
Korean pack with Attack Scope and Operate Stick. Doesn't include PET or Battle Chips.

Other accessories

ProgressPETKeeper Progress PET Keeper (プログレスペットキーパー)
Battle ChipHougan (Ball)
ProgressPETCable Network Cable (通信対戦ケーブル)
Battle ChipHeavy Gauge (Slow Gauge)
ProgressChipFolder Progress Chip Folder (プログレスチップフォルダ)

Progress Battle Starter

Progress Battle Starter (プログレスバトルスターター?) is a set of Battle Chips for the Progress PET.

ProgressBattleStarter01 Progress Battle Starter 1. Rockman Deck
Battle ChipsRockman (Navi Data Chip), ...
ProgressBattleStarter2 Progress Battle Starter 2. Blues Deck
Battle ChipsBlues (Navi Data Chip), Blues SP, Area Steal, Variable Sword, Samurai Sword 2, Yo-Yo
ProgressBattleStarter03 Progress Battle Starter 3. Gyroman Deck
Battle ChipsGyroman (Navi Data Chip), Gyroman SP, Toppuu, Tornado, Super Kitakaze, Senshahou 1
ProgressBattleStarter04 Progress Battle Starter 4. Magnetman Deck
Battle ChipsMagnetman (Navi Data Chip), Magnetman SP, Blind, Panel Return, Thunder Ball, Pulse Beam 1
ProgressBattleStarter05 Progress Battle Starter 5. Searchman Deck
Battle ChipsSearchman (Navi Data Chip), Searchman SP, Mark Cannon 2, Boy's Bomb 1, Paralyze Bomb, Senshahou 2
Progress Battle Starter 6. ? Deck
Battle Chips? (Navi Data Chip), ...
ProgressBattleStarter07 Progress Battle Starter 7. Napalmman Deck
Battle ChipsNapalmman (Navi Data Chip), Napalmman SP, Kusamura Seed, Kakigenkin, Meteor Earth 2, Heat Body 1
ProgressBattleStarter08 Progress Battle Starter 8. Colonel Deck
Battle ChipsColonel (Navi Data Chip), ...
ProgressBattleStarter09 Progress Battle Starter 9. Knightman Deck
Battle ChipsKnightman (Navi Data Chip), Knightman SP, Recovery 80, Drill Arm 2, Deathmatch 2, Earthquake 2
ProgressBattleStarter10 Progress Battle Starter 10. Shadowman Deck
Battle ChipsShadowman (Navi Data Chip), Shadowman SP, Invisible, Engetsu Kunai 2, Skull Chain 1, Curse Shield 2

Program Advance Deck

Program Advance Deck is a deck with Battle Chips to form Program Advances.

PADeck-Enzan Program Advance Deck - Enzan
(プログラムアドバンスデッキ 炎山)
PADeck-Barrel Program Advance Deck - Barrel
(プログラムアドバンスデッキ バレル)

Battle Chip packs

OperationBattleBooster Operation Battle Booster
(オペレーションバトルブースター)

Chance of getting Final Gun, Cannon Mode, Ball Mode, Drill Mode, Yo-yo Mode,

Sword Mode, L Step Sword, L Curseshield, L Counter, Element Power

BCRBEternalOperation Battle Chip Random Booster Eternal Operation
(バトルチップランダムブースター エターナルオペレーション)
BCRBLightningOperation Battle Chip Random Booster Lightning Operation
(バトルチップランダムブースター ライトニングオペレーション)
Battle Chip Random Booster Brain Operation
(バトルチップランダムブースター ブレインオペレーション)

Chance of getting Numberman Navi Chip, Dark Sonic, Numberman SP, Colored Point &

Timebomb 3

BCRBBurningOperation Battle Chip Random Booster Burning Operation
(バトルチップランダムブースター バーニングオペレーション)
BCRBGeneralOperation Battle Chip Random Booster General Operation
(バトルチップランダムブースター ジェネラルオペレーション)
Battle Chip Random Booster Water Operation
(バトルチップランダムブースター ウォーターオペレーション)

Chance of getting Toadman Navi Chip, Dark Wide, Toadman SP, Aqua Whirl 2 &

Geyser

Battle Chip Random Booster Healing Operation
(バトルチップランダムブースター ヒーリングオペレーション)

Chance of getting Meddy Navi Chip, Recovery 300, Meddy SP (two more unknown chips

at this time)

Healing Operation is a limited pack sold only during the 21st World Hobby Fair in 2005.[4]

Trivia

See also

External links

References

  1. Mega Man Battle Network 5 JomonElec HP Chat BBS
  2. Korean blog
  3. ten_uchida
  4. Takara 2005 events (archive)


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