History Anime / MegaManNTWarrior

12th Aug '17 12:37:31 AM MM_Crusader
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* AdaptationPersonalityChange: Chisao is aware of his brother's incompetence in the anime and doesn't fully support him at times. Similarly, he is much friendlier towards Lan while in the games he attempts to get Lan disqualified in one of the tournaments from the fourth game.



* DemotedToExtra: Most of the cast introduced in ''Battle Network 3'' either suffer from this if they're not removed entirely. Tora only gets one filler episode in the second season, despite being one of Lan's allies in ''3'''s endgame. Neo-WWW members Rei Saiko and Sunayama barely get any screentime in ''Stream'', and when they do appear, it's always as second fiddle to either Inukai or Narcy. At least Sunayama got a single episode all to his self. Saiko was not so lucky, a shame considering he was voiced by Creator/NobuyukiHiyama. Also, [[AscendedExtra Tory]], from ''Axess'' onwards.

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Most of the cast introduced in ''Battle Network 3'' either suffer from this if they're not removed entirely. Tora only gets one filler episode in the second season, despite being one of Lan's allies in ''3'''s endgame. Neo-WWW members Rei Saiko and Sunayama barely get any screentime in ''Stream'', and when they do appear, it's always as second fiddle to either Inukai or Narcy. At least Sunayama got a single episode all to his self. Saiko was not so lucky, a shame considering he was voiced by Creator/NobuyukiHiyama.
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Also, Dex, Yai, the Net Agents and [[AscendedExtra Tory]], Tory]] from ''Axess'' onwards.onwards, though the Dex and Yai come back every now and then.
** Higsby and Ribitta (two members of Team Colonel) are replaced by Maylu and Ms.Yuri as members of the Cross Fusion team. Toadman is even worst, having only a few episodes worth of appearance.


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* AdaptationalHeroism: Bubbleman in this adaption is an ally of Mega Man though he is more of a nuisance.
* AdaptedOut: A lot of characters from the games suffer this. Most notably, Aquaman is a solo Navi in this adaption instead of having Shuko as his operator.


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* DemotedToExtra: Mayl doesn't do much in the manga and her romance-plot with Lan is practically absent.
5th Aug '17 6:22:16 AM Bissek
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* BodyDouble: Used to convince the cast that Masa is not Commander Beef.


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* VacationDearBoy: InUniverse. One episode has Miyu and Sal try to convince their boss over the phone that he could use their help during his mission to Hawaii... while packing beach gear.
1st Aug '17 7:29:56 PM nombretomado
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* XMeetsY: ''VideoGame/MegaManClassic'' meets ''Anime/KidouTenshiAngelicLayer''
3rd May '17 4:24:00 AM MayIncon
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* FantasyCounterpartCulture: Most are carried over from the games, but the anime adds some more like Kingland as a United Kingdom stand-in and Namasty, which serves as a ''Battle Network'' counterpart for India.


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* FantasyCounterpartCulture: Most are carried over from the games, but the anime adds some more like Kingland as a United Kingdom stand-in and Namasty, which serves as a ''Battle Network'' counterpart for India.
3rd May '17 4:23:19 AM MayIncon
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** Lan, Mayl, Dex and Chisao in episode 54.

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** Lan, Mayl, Dex and Chisao in episode 54.54 following their overeating misadventures.


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* FantasyCounterpartCulture: Most are carried over from the games, but the anime adds some more like Kingland as a United Kingdom stand-in and Namasty, which serves as a ''Battle Network'' counterpart for India.
16th Apr '17 3:26:38 PM MayIncon
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** Chances are if they're from the third game and did not get DemotedToExtra, they are removed entirely instead. Cossak, Sean, Mamoru and Serenade are either plot-relevant characters or a post game boss, but none of them make an appearance here. Interestingly this is the same game that references the anime itself.

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** Chances Aside from certain names like [=BubbleMan=], chances are if they're from the third game and did not get DemotedToExtra, DemotedToExtra they are removed entirely instead. Cossak, Sean, Mamoru and Serenade are either plot-relevant characters or a post game boss, but none of them make an appearance here. Interestingly this is the same game that references the anime itself.
24th Jan '17 11:26:09 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* CoDragons: [=ShadeMan=] and [[spoiler:Bass GS]] to Dr. Wily, through the latter doesn’t join the reins until after [[spoiler:Wily’s death]]. Which, [[DragonInChief he shows his true loyalty against Wily’s ‘weaker’ subordinates]]- [[spoiler:any navi who shows the slightest hint of leaving or betraying [[GenreSavvy gets killed right then and there]]]]. No question asked, no hesitation.

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* CoDragons: [=ShadeMan=] and [[spoiler:Bass GS]] to Dr. Wily, through the latter doesn’t join the reins until after [[spoiler:Wily’s death]]. Which, [[DragonInChief he shows his true loyalty against Wily’s ‘weaker’ subordinates]]- [[spoiler:any navi who shows the slightest hint of leaving or betraying [[GenreSavvy gets killed right then and there]]]].there]]. No question asked, no hesitation.
6th Jan '17 8:47:02 AM SeptimusHeap
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** The first portion of the anime consisted of two seasons consisting of a loose and then tighter and then loose again ([[FreudWasRight what?]]) [[AnimeOfTheGame Anime of the first two]] ''[[AnimeOfTheGame Battle Network]]'' [[AnimeOfTheGame games]], ending on a relatively satisfactory note with the end of the Gospel arc...before tripping over a series of {{Filler}} episodes at the end in March 2004. However, that October saw the airing of the new [[OddlyNamedSequel2ElectricBoogaloo Rockman.EXE Axess]], which [[SubvertedTrope abandoned the straight adaptational approach]] in favor of introducing the concept of [[AmazingTechnicolorBattlefield Dimensional Areas]][[note]]A dimensional convergence between the cyberworld and the real world that turns a set area into its own phantom zone.[[/note]] and [[HenshinHero Cross Fusion]] along the way. The series continued, cycling uninterrupted through ''Rockman.EXE Stream'' and ''Beast'' before the airing of ''Beast+'', whose episodes were shortened to only ten minutes and officially came to an [[NoEnding abrupt and unyielding halt]] on September 30, 2006.[[note]]The ten minute episodes would also be inherited by the AnimeOfTheGame of ''[[VideoGame/MegaManStarForce Ryuusei no Rockman]][[/note]]''

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** The first portion of the anime consisted of two seasons consisting of a loose and then tighter and then loose again ([[FreudWasRight what?]]) [[AnimeOfTheGame Anime of the first two]] ''[[AnimeOfTheGame Battle Network]]'' [[AnimeOfTheGame games]], ending on a relatively satisfactory note with the end of the Gospel arc...before tripping over a series of {{Filler}} episodes at the end in March 2004. However, that October saw the airing of the new [[OddlyNamedSequel2ElectricBoogaloo Rockman.EXE Axess]], which [[SubvertedTrope abandoned the straight adaptational approach]] in favor of introducing the concept of [[AmazingTechnicolorBattlefield Dimensional Areas]][[note]]A dimensional convergence between the cyberworld and the real world that turns a set area into its own phantom zone.[[/note]] and [[HenshinHero Cross Fusion]] along the way. The series continued, cycling uninterrupted through ''Rockman.EXE Stream'' and ''Beast'' before the airing of ''Beast+'', whose episodes were shortened to only ten minutes and officially came to an [[NoEnding abrupt and unyielding halt]] on September 30, 2006.[[note]]The ten minute episodes would also be inherited by the AnimeOfTheGame of ''[[VideoGame/MegaManStarForce Ryuusei no Rockman]][[/note]]''
22nd Dec '16 9:38:24 PM Raddishes
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* ChestBurster: [[spoiler: Bass GS]] leaves his host, [[spoiler: the real Bass]], from his back. [[spoiler:GS]] then proceeds to [[spoiler: [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness blast him (and an alarmed yet confused Shademan) without hesitation all the while stealing his likeness]] (with a darker palette for the viewers to tell the difference)]].

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* ChestBurster: [[spoiler: Bass GS]] leaves his host, [[spoiler: the real Bass]], from his back. [[spoiler:GS]] then proceeds to [[spoiler: [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness blast him (and an alarmed yet confused Shademan) Shadowman) without hesitation all the while stealing his likeness]] (with a darker palette for the viewers to tell the difference)]].
16th Dec '16 7:18:30 AM Raddishes
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* AdultFear: Explores the 'seeing your child hurt' and 'what if they didn't come home' variants. One that takes the cake is Lan, an ten-year old child, almost got hit by a truck by crossing a (supposedly empty) street. Also, ''lots of bystanders were watching'' the event.

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* AdultFear: Explores the 'seeing your child hurt' and 'what if they didn't come home' variants. One that takes the cake is Lan, an a ten-year old child, almost got hit by a truck by crossing a (supposedly empty) street. Also, ''lots of bystanders were watching'' the event.
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