I'm 23 years old and I've been a fan of Mega Man since as far as I can remember. My first Mega Man game was Mega Man 4 and my favorite Robot Master is Ring Man. My other favorite Mega Man characters are Mega Man, Mega Man X, Proto Man, Bass, Zero, Vile, Bubble Man, Mega Man Trigger, Teisel Bonne, Tron Bonne, Sera and Bola. I am a web, graphic, game and character designer, writer, and Digital Media/Astronomy graduate from UCF. I have an old Robot Master Museum site (Ring Man X's Robot Master Museum) that I made 8 years ago, but I still have lots of data and pictures to contribute. I would like to see all of the Robot Masters and character pages standardized. I also have the Mega Man cartoon series and Captain N: The Game Master DVD boxsets, so I can take any screenshots that may be needed. I know a lot about the classic Mega Man games, Mega Man Legends games, Mega Man X games, and the first Mega Man Battle Network and MegaMan Network Transmission. I stopped playing the MegaMan Battle Network series during MegaMan Battle Network 4 and stopped playing the Mega Man Zero series after the first Mega Man Zero game. Other than those 2 series, I've played almost every Mega Man game.
I've been trying to think of a catchy name for this database and all I could think of is Wilypedia. It makes sense, since Wily is responsible for everything that has happened, even Mega Man.
Characters I dislike are Sigma (I hate this guy. Why won't he just die already!?!?), Dust Man (I hate his hard and depressing stage more.), Botos (An annoying, two-faced jerk.), Axl (His powers are cool, but he can be so annoying.), Glyde (He's creepy, cocky and a jerk.), Colonel Redips (Psycho...), Rafflesian (What did I ever do to her? She must be insane.), MegaMan Juno (He's creepy and stuck-up), and Plant Man (I don't really know why, but I just don't trust his smug look on his face).
I am one of the Bureaucrats and Sysops here on the Mega Man Wiki along with Bassium!, Brick Man, Bauer-CTU and Quick. I have contributed a lot to the Robot Masters, Enemies, Mavericks, Mega Man Legends series and Mega Man cartoon series. Feel free to message me with any suggestions or problems that arise.
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My Fan CharactersEdit
I have listed most on the Fan Characters page.
- RingMan X
- PharaohMan X
- Mega Man Forte/Bass Trigger
- Mega Man Cutter/Cut Man Trigger
- Mega Man Muscle/Guts Man Trigger
- Mega Man Chiller/Ice Man Trigger
- Mega Man Blaster/Bomb Man Trigger
- Mega Man Ignite/Fire Man Trigger
- Mega Man Lightning/Elec Man Trigger
- Mistress Krisna
- Model A (Axl)
- Model C (Ciel/Copy X)
- Model J (MegaMan Juno)
- Model T (Mega Man Trigger)
- Model Q (Quint)
- Model S (Sigma)
- Model R (RX Armor)
- Model E (EX Armor)
Translastion/Official Name ProgressEdit
I always put the published English names from printed sources over any Japanese name found on the internet. The English names may sound silly or blunt, but they come from official and more reliable sources. The only source that is more reliable than the instruction manual would be the actual in-game text. As for game ranking the games, it is hard to distinguish which version of a name is better suited. It is a toss-up between the game which it made its first appearance or the game that is most recent in the series. Any name variation that is not the original or most recent would be less reliable than these.
Sprites will not be provided until the correct name is found.
Enemy/Boss names left:
- Mega Man 7 enemies and bosses
- Mega Man 8 enemies and bosses
- Mega Man and Bass enemies and bosses
- Mega Man X2 enemies and bosses
- Mega Man X3 enemies and bosses
- Mega Man X4 enemies and bosses
- Mega Man X5 enemies and bosses
- Mega Man X6 enemies and bosses
My favorite Mega Man game soundtracks
- Mega Man 2 NES soundtrack (Bubble Man, Wood Man, Air Man, Flash Man, Metal Man, first Dr. Wily stages and game opening.)
- Mega Man 4 NES soundtrack (Ring Man, Pharaoh Man, Bright Man, Skull Man, boss battle, all Dr. Cossack stages, all Dr. Wily stages and final boss battle.)
- Mega Man X Super NES soundtrack (Storm Eagle, Spark Mandrill, Launch Octopus, intro stage and first Sigma stage.)
- Mega Man Legends 2 PlayStation soundtrack (Manda Ruins, Nino Ruins, Race Game, all Calinca songs, all Elysium songs and Geetz battle.)
- Mega Man NES soundtrack (Fire Man and Cut Man.)
- Mega Man and Bass Super NES soundtrack (Cold Man, Ground Man, Dynamo Man and intro stage.)
- Mega Man Legends PlayStation soundtrack (Main Gate, Clozer Woods Sub-Gate, Fokkerwolf, Bruno, the Flutter vs. the Gesellschaft and the Apple Market.)
- Mega Man X: Command Mission GCN soundtrack (Central Tower and all battle music including X's and Marino's themes)
- Mega Man X7 PS2 soundtrack (Tornado Tonion, Snipe Anteator, Vanishing Gungaroo and Soldier Stonekong)
- Mega Man 3 NES soundtrack (stage select and selected stage, Needle Man, Spark Man, Top Man, fortress battle, second Dr. Wily stage and ending theme)
- Mega Man X3 Super NES soundtrack (Blast Hornet, Gravity Beetle, Blizzard Buffalo and Crush Crawfish.)
- Mega Man ZX Nintendo DS soundtrack (Last Area, Area A, Boss Battle.)
- Mega Man Network Transmission GCN soundtrack (StarMan.EXE, SwordMan.EXE, FireMan.EXE, PharaohMan.EXE, ShadowMan.EXE, NeedleMan.EXE, GravityMan.EXE and the Undernet.)
- Mega Man 5 NES soundtrack (Crystal Man, Napalm Man, Wave Man, Gravity Man and the Proto Castle.)
- Mega Man 6 NES soundtrack (Centaur Man, Knight Man, Tomahawk Man and first Dr. Wily stage.)
- Mega Man: The Wily Wars Sega Genesis soundtrack (Mega Water. S and fourth Wily Tower stage.)
- Mega Man 9 WiiWare soundtrack (Title screen, Concrete Man, Galaxy Man, Splash Woman and first Dr. Wily stage.)
- Mega Man X6 PlayStation soundtrack (Blaze Heatnix, Shield Sheldon and Commander Yammark.)
- Mega Man: Powered Up PSP soundtrack
- Maverick Hunter X PSP soundtrack
Favorite Special WeaponsEdit
My favorite Mega Man weapons
- Metal-Blade (The best weapon ever! It's powerful and can rapidly shoot in any direction)
- Ring Boomerang (A really fun weapon. Can cause double damage if it hits going out and on the return.)
- Thunder Beam (Very powerful!)
- Gravity Hold (Very cheap!)
- Pharaoh Shot (Chargeable and the charged shot can be held for protection above.)
- Atomic Fire (The first chargeable weapon.)
- Black Hole Bomb (Nothing can escape a black hole, not even light. Apparently energy pellets move faster than light.)
- Rain Flush (Also cheap.)
- Dive Missile (Homing attacks are great...)
- Gemini Laser (Pretty cool how it ricochets and splits...)
- Copy Vision (Can be very useful and very cheap if used correctly.)
Mega Man 10 conceptEdit
I've recently posted my concept for a Mega Man 10. Check it out.