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|This page is about the Stardroid Terra. To find information on the location, see Earth.|
Terra, known as Earth (アース Āsu?) in Japan, is the leader of the Stardroids. He appears in front of Mega Man in the beginning of Mega Man V, and defeats him as even a charged shot from Mega Man's Super Mega Buster could not faze Terra due to his extraterrestrial origin. However, the Mega Arm changed that later (but he falls even faster to Uranus's special weapon, Deep Digger).
After the defeat of the first four Stardroids, Terra sends Dark Moon to attack Mega Man and moves to space, where he prepares an attack against Earth. Mega Man travels to space to destroy the four stations. After the defeat of the second four Stardroids, Terra gets angry that Mega Man had ruined his plans. He fights against Mega Man to redeem himself from his master Dr. Wily, but was defeated.
Terra attacks with the Spark Chaser, a laser that moves in the direction of Mega Man. However, it is rather slow. It moves three times in Mega Man's direction, and that can be used as an advantage to avoid it by jumping/moving to the side the player needs. He can also paralyze Mega Man with a circular, rotating beam and then attack with the Spark Chaser so it doesn't miss. The circular beam can be avoided by timing a jump if Mega Man is over a Deep Digger block. He also sometimes warps to avoid attacks. Where he warps depends on which side Mega Man is: if he is on the left side, Terra will warp to the right and vice-versa. He is vulnerable to attacks at every moment, except for when Mega Man is paralyzed. His weakness is the Deep Digger, and the thrown block can also go through his paralysis beam without it getting paralyzed. It also makes it easier to avoid the paralyzing beam as if Terra is at the block's level, Mega Man can jump from another block to avoid the beam. It takes five blocks to defeat him.
Mega Man & Bass CD data
Damage Data Chart
Displays the amount of damage in units that Terra will receive from each Special Weapon from Mega Man V.
|Mega Buster/Arm||Grab Buster||Bubble Bomb||Photon Missile||Electric Shock||Black Hole||Deep Digger||Break Dash||Salt Water||Spark Chaser||Tango|
Terra: So, you are the famous MegaMan! I am Terra - and you will soon be my slave!
Terra: It's been a long time, MegaMan! I didn't expect to see you in one piece again. But that is of little consequence now. I will destroy you as I did before and avenge my fallen comrades. Dark Moon, attack!
Terra: You fool MegaMan! You have mettled with my plan for the last time. We could have created a new world for all robots! How can I face my master now? I must redeem myself by blowing you to pieces!
In the manga Rockman Gigamix, the Stardroids are powerful space robots that attack Earth, destroying several robots in the process. To power Dark Moon, he challenges and defeats Mega Man in combat, providing Dark Moon with despair from the people. Eventually, a repaired and upgraded Mega Man is able to destroy him, but his own despair and hatred provides the energy to bring forth Sunstar.
Terra also appeared in a robot museum in the manga Rockman & Forte.
Terra makes his first appearance during the time travel story in Issue 20. A time-jumping Mega Man is attacked by Terra, but Mega Man travels to another time before the battle gets very far. Though not present during Worlds Collide, Terra was indirectly mentioned-together with his fellow Stardroids-as a threat that Wily had previously believed himself to have control of, only to need Mega Man to save him. Following that crossover, the evil alien computer Ra Moon sent a signal to its children-in this adaptation Terra and the other Stardroids-informing them of its defeat.
Terra also appears in Shadow Man's flashback in Issue 42, where he informs the Kuiper Droids (including the one who would eventually become Shadow Man) that they need to get Ra Moon away from the Star Marshals while the Stardroids hold them off. The flashback also suggests that Terra was at least 20,000 years old by the time of the present-day events. He later appeared in Issue 55 in a vision of the future of Mega Man's world.
- "Terra" means "earth" in Latin, Italian and Portuguese languages.
- Due to Terra's name being derived from the Earth, his blue armor may be based on the Earth's oceans and seas. And his green hair may be based on the vegetation. And the white of his armor may be based on the clouds, considering that the white is part of the blue of his armor.
- As of now, Terra is the only character in the classic Mega Man game series that has, canonically, defeated Mega Man in battle.
- Terra's armor greatly resembles armor worn by the Saiyan race in the Dragon Ball franchise. His goal of conquering other planets, as well as his hairstyle, also resembles a Saiyan.
|Mega Man V|
|List of Stardroids|
|Mercury • Venus • Mars • Jupiter • Saturn • Uranus • Pluto • Neptune|
|Dark Moon • Terra • Skull Blazer • Enker • Quint • Punk • Ballade • L. Knuckle and R. Knuckle • Brain Crusher • Sunstar|
|Mega Man's Special Weapons|
|Grab Buster • Bubble Bomb • Photon Missile • Electric Shock • Black Hole • Deep Digger • Break Dash • Salt Water • Spark Chaser|
|Mega Man's Support Items|
| Rush Coil • Rush Jet|
|List of Enemies|
| Alabell • Armaroid • Baby Flies • Birdy • Bikky Bomb • Biree Spark • Biribaree • Boostun • Byouz • Cannon Roader|
Chainsoar • Chunco • Doncatch • Elecit • Fankurow • Feeber • Fooley • Fukuhorn • G.S.Q • Handoo • Hell Metall DX
Kamapot • La Jaba • Malmet • Metall Sniper • Monkikki • Nibul • Ou-Ou • Palm Hopper • Parocket • Pikashu
Piriparee • Shaboan • Shuhorn • Sibul • Soshi Breaker • Swim Ball • Tamp • Wandering Head
|- Sub-bosses -|
|Gundrill • Hyoey • T. Khamen • Tyhorn|
|Damage Data Chart • Game Script|