History Anime / MegaManNTWarrior

17th Jan '18 9:35:20 AM Xiaolin12
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* SquashedFlat: WackoMan does this to Roll during their duel in the N1 Grand Prix
10th Jan '18 8:40:58 PM MetalMichelangelo
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** In Axess, Dex travels to Jawaii Island to work at WWW's curry shop. In Stream, Dingo does the same thing when WWW moves back to ACDC.


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* EvilVsEvil: Gregar and Falzer along with their respective Zoanoroids.
8th Jan '18 11:02:31 PM MayIncon
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** Aside from certain names like [=BubbleMan=], chances are if they're from the third game and did not get DemotedToExtra they are removed entirely instead. Cossak, Sean, Mamoru, Alpha and Serenade are plot-relevant characters, but none of them make an appearance here. This is caused by Battle Network 3 being released months after the anime is aired, which covers mostly the first two games. By the time the Gospel arc ended, ''3'' is already out for a long time and the series is preparing to transition into ''Axess'' (which was heavily influenced by ''Battle Network 4''), so there is simply no place to put most of these characters or the plot elements in.

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** Aside from certain names like [=BubbleMan=], chances are if they're from the third game and did not get DemotedToExtra they are removed entirely instead. Cossak, Sean, Mamoru, Alpha and Serenade are plot-relevant characters, but none of them make an appearance here. This is caused by Battle as a result of ''Battle Network 3 3'' being released months after the anime is aired, which covers mostly the first two games. By the time the Gospel arc ended, ''3'' is already out for a long time and the series is preparing to transition into ''Axess'' (which was heavily influenced by ''Battle Network 4''), so there is simply no place to put most of these characters or the plot elements in.
8th Jan '18 11:01:53 PM MayIncon
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** Aside from certain names like [=BubbleMan=], 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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** Aside from certain names like [=BubbleMan=], chances are if they're from the third game and did not get DemotedToExtra they are removed entirely instead. Cossak, Sean, Mamoru Mamoru, Alpha and Serenade are either plot-relevant characters or a post game boss, characters, but none of them make an appearance here. Interestingly this This is the same game that references caused by Battle Network 3 being released months after the anime itself. is aired, which covers mostly the first two games. By the time the Gospel arc ended, ''3'' is already out for a long time and the series is preparing to transition into ''Axess'' (which was heavily influenced by ''Battle Network 4''), so there is simply no place to put most of these characters or the plot elements in.



** 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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** 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. self, though Saiko was not so lucky, a shame considering he was voiced by Creator/NobuyukiHiyama.as lucky.
6th Jan '18 9:40:14 PM MetalMichelangelo
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* KarmaHoudini: The original WWW run a curry shop during the Gospel arc. Dr. Wily also disappears after said arc and returns in Stream to help against Duo.



* MythologyGag: Episode seven of ''Stream'' has [=MegaMan=] and [=ProtoMan=] participate in a car race and their cars are named ''Red Sun'' and ''Blue Moon'', after the two versions of the fourth game.

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* MythologyGag: MythologyGag:
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Episode seven of ''Stream'' has [=MegaMan=] and [=ProtoMan=] participate in a car race and their cars are named ''Red Sun'' and ''Blue Moon'', after the two versions of the fourth game.
** Chisao's debut episode has him operating a shape shifting navi that looks like [=GutsMan=], much like the [=CopyMan=] fight from the third
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** During the Gospel climax, Raoul and [=ThunderMan=] introduce themselves to Lan's friends, but when Raoul returns in Axess, only Lan remembers him due to his trip to Netopia.
** When Wily reveals himself as the mastermind behind Gospel, he is now riding in a motorized wheelchair, but when he returns in Stream, he can walk just fine.
29th Dec '17 9:43:39 PM MetalMichelangelo
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** Some of the undubbed Axess episodes result in this in ''The Great Net Police Battle'', where [=MegaMan=] claims all of the Darkloids had been deleted even though the episodes detailing their deletion were never shown, particularly [=BurnerMan=], [=SparkMan=], and technically [=SwordMan=] when Lan destroys the red sword. In the same episode, Lan uses some Soul Unison/Double Soul Navi chips that were never obtained in the dub, such as [=WoodSoul=] and Wind Soul.

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** Some of the undubbed Axess episodes result in this in ''The Great Net Police Battle'', where [=MegaMan=] claims all of the Darkloids had been deleted even though the episodes detailing their deletion [=BurnerMan=] and [=SparkMan=] were never shown, particularly [=BurnerMan=], [=SparkMan=], and technically [=SwordMan=] when Lan destroys shown deleted in the red sword.dub version. In the same episode, Lan uses some Soul Unison/Double Soul Navi chips that were never obtained in the dub, such as [=WoodSoul=] and Wind Soul.
** Another undubbed episode has Cross Fusion Mega Man battling Sword Man and deleting the red sword. Sword Man returns later with the red sword missing without an explanation in the dub.
12th Nov '17 10:19:20 PM Tavernier
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* DemotedToExtra: Mayl doesn't do much in the manga and her romance-plot with Lan is practically absent.

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* DemotedToExtra: Mayl doesn't do much in Because the manga focuses so heavily on the relationships between Lan and her romance-plot with Chaud on the one hand and [=MegaMan, ProtoMan, and Bass=] on the other, the supporting cast has very little development.
** Mayl was a prominent character in Lan's life for the first couple of volumes, but from volume three on was edged OutOfFocus in favor of the Lan-Chaud rivalry.
** Tora shows up in Volume 5 as a new benchmark for
Lan is practically absent.to surpass and, once surpassed, became relegated to cameos.
** Some major characters actually went ''forgotten'' by the Dark World arc, like Inspector Oda and Mr. Famous.



* FingerLickinEvil: [[spoiler: Evil!Mega Man]] sticks his tongue out and licks his lips or one of his fingers in just about every other panel he's in.

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* FingerLickinEvil: [[spoiler: Evil!Mega Man]] The DragonAscendant of the Darkloid arc sticks his tongue out and licks his lips or one of his fingers in just about every other panel he's in.



* PennyAmongDiamonds: The climax of the Grave arc sees Class 5A invited aboard Gauss Magnets' [[UpToEleven ridiculously]] [[CoolBoat luxurious yacht.]] Which comes complete with [[LockedInAFreezer arctic simulation air control]].

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* PennyAmongDiamonds: The climax of the Grave arc sees Class 5A invited aboard Gauss Magnets' [[UpToEleven ridiculously]] [[CoolBoat luxurious yacht.]] Which comes complete with [[LockedInAFreezer arctic simulation air climate control]].
12th Nov '17 8:26:01 PM Tavernier
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** Also, during his introductory arc in Axess, Raika is much nastier to Lan than in the games[[note]]And by "in the games", we mean that this is the guy who ''punched Lan in the stomach'' after meeting him[[/note]]; he is consistently and unendingly condescending about Lan and his abilities (and is just fine taking all the credit for a successful mission in which Lan and Mega nearly died against [=VideoMan=]), and even after Lan and Mega Man save the day, he still refuses to allow for any contribution Lan makes, instead only acknowledging to Mega's impressive ability to Double Soul. He joins the main cast and becomes buddy-buddy with them later on (even moereso than his game counterpart), but ''damn''. ''{{Jerkass}} alert''.

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** Also, during his introductory arc in Axess, Raika is much nastier to Lan than in the games[[note]]And by "in the games", we mean that this is the guy who ''punched Lan in the stomach'' after meeting him[[/note]]; he is consistently and unendingly condescending about Lan and his abilities (and is just fine taking all the credit for a successful mission in which he only had to outwit a few Mooks because the boss was occupied with Lan and Mega nearly died against [=VideoMan=]), Mega), and even after Lan and Mega Man save the day, he still refuses to allow for any contribution Lan makes, instead only acknowledging to Mega's impressive ability to Double Soul. He joins the main cast and becomes buddy-buddy with them later on (even moereso than his game counterpart), but ''damn''. ''{{Jerkass}} alert''.
4th Nov '17 10:33:14 AM acrobox
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* BadassPrincess: Princess Pride, in the second season, only appears in two episodes, but in ''Stream'', she and her netnavi officially join the Cross Fusion members and joins in the rest of the series battles. Interestingly, in the original games, she pulled a Heel-Face Turn, as she was a villain before joining the heroes.


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* SixthRanger: {{Princess}} Pride, in the second season, only appears in two episodes, but in ''Stream'', she and her netnavi officially join the Cross Fusion members and joins in the rest of the series battles. Interestingly, in the original games, she pulled a Heel-Face Turn, as she was a villain before joining the heroes.
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.
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