History Anime / MegamanNTWarrior

4th May '16 11:28:21 PM Xlsfd
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** The German Dub of ''[=NT Warrior=]'' contains a few, since only 42 of the episodes were dubbed at all. While most of the undubbed episodes were just filler, some important plot points were lost, like the episode where Princess Pride spends a day as a [[KingIncognito Princess Incognito]] with Lan, or the episode "The good dog Rush", where Rush appeared in the real world for the first time.
20th Apr '16 5:51:16 PM Monolaf317
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* AgonyOfTheFeet: The female {{Jerkass}} in Episode 3 causes this by angrily kicking against a pole.



* NonIdleRich: Enzan/Chaud is the vice president of a major company, the son of the president of the aforementioned company, REALLY rich. Yet he works for the Net Police as a Net Savior.



* PottyEmergency: Yai has one in Episodes 3 and 20, the latter caused by drinking too much [[TrademarkFavoriteFood Strawberry Milk.]]



* NonIdleRich: Enzan/Chaud is the vice president of a major company, the son of the president of the aforementioned company, REALLY rich. Yet he works for the Net Police as a Net Savior.




10th Mar '16 8:04:58 PM MetalMichelangelo
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* 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 fourth game.
6th Jan '16 5:00:50 PM MetalMichelangelo
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* SeriesContinuityError: During Chaud's mental battle with Dark Protoman, a memory of Chaud first receiving Proto Man as his navi shows Chaud holding the new wireless PET instead of the model from the first season (or an even older model).
4th Jan '16 3:40:52 PM MetalMichelangelo
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** Notably averted in one episode of Stream. Megaman defeats Beastman, but instead of Inukai yielding and running off like most villains and he himself usually does, he sics his pet lion on Lan in the real world where Megaman can't help him. Fortunately Famous runs in with about a dozen Net Police officers, odds that even having the help of a lion wouldn't work against.

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** Notably averted in one episode of Stream. Megaman defeats Beastman, but instead of Inukai yielding and running off like most villains and he himself usually does, he sics his pet lion on Lan in the real world where Megaman can't help him. Fortunately Famous runs in with about a dozen Net Police officers, odds that even having the help of a lion wouldn't work against. Inukai does the same thing against Jasmine but fails thanks to Hoshi the dolphin saving her.
** One of episode of Axess has Sword Man attack Lan before he can cross fuse with Mega Man.
4th Jan '16 3:37:03 PM MetalMichelangelo
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** Slur, the extra terrestial navi in Stream.
** The Asteroid Navi operators in Stream excluding the Neo WWW members and Ivan Chillski.
** Trill, the child navi allowing Mega Man to beast out.
** Cut Man's brothers.
28th Dec '15 9:26:02 PM Tavernier
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* UmpteenthCustomer: There's a scene in the manga where Lan is told he's the one millionth customer of a restaurant, so he won a free helicopter ride from the Ameroupan Charlie as a prize. At this point, he and his friend Chaud are on the run from the government because of Mega Man's new powers, which they fear. Once Lan goes up in the helicopter, he [[SubvertedTrope reveals]] that he [[ObfuscatingStupidity knows]] that this whole "millionth customer" was a sham, and that this is an attempt to kidnap him and draw Mega Man out, but he's willing to do it so that he'll see Mega Man again. And then Charlie wonders [[DoubleSubverted what the hell he's talking about.]]

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* UmpteenthCustomer: There's a scene While hunting for [=MegaMan=] in the manga where Netopia, Lan is and Chaud stop for hamburgers, only to be told he's that being the one millionth customer of a restaurant, so he won entitles Lan to a free helicopter ride from the Ameroupan Charlie as a prize. At this point, he and his friend ride. Chaud are on the run fails to keep him from running off into the government because of Mega Man's new powers, which they fear. Once ObviousTrap, only for Lan goes up in the helicopter, he [[SubvertedTrope reveals]] that he to [[ObfuscatingStupidity knows]] that this reveal he knew]] [[SubvertedTrope the whole "millionth customer" thing was a sham, setup]] and went along with it to get to [=MegaMan=] that this is an attempt to kidnap him and draw Mega Man out, but he's willing to do it so that he'll see Mega Man again. And then Charlie much faster. Charlie, who owns the helicopter, wonders [[DoubleSubverted what the hell he's heck Lan's talking about.]]about]].
28th Dec '15 9:16:48 PM Tavernier
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* DubNameChange: Doubles with InconsistentDub in reference to the [[VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork Battle Network]] series. Dubbed names from the anime deviate from the preestablished names in the video game canon, and the fans tend to find them obnoxious. [=FireMan=] became [=TorchMan=], [=ColorMan=] became [=WackoMan=], and then the anime hit us with [=SavageMan=] ([=BeastMan=]), [=HeavyMetalMan=] ([=MetalMan=]), and [=JunkDataMan=] ([=JunkMan=]).

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* DubNameChange: Doubles with InconsistentDub in reference to the [[VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork Battle Network]] series.
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Dubbed names from the anime deviate from the preestablished names in the video game canon, and the fans tend to find them obnoxious. [=FireMan=] became [=TorchMan=], [=ColorMan=] became [=WackoMan=], and then the anime hit us with [=SavageMan=] ([=BeastMan=]), [=HeavyMetalMan=] ([=MetalMan=]), and [=JunkDataMan=] ([=JunkMan=]).([=JunkMan=]).
** Inspector Kifune and Manabe of the Net Police became Keifer and ''Manuela''.
28th Dec '15 9:15:02 PM Tavernier
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* AdaptationalHeroism[=/=]AdaptationalBadass: Mr. Higsby was a member of WWW Three in the first game. Here, he wouldn't even want to be associated with them. He's the same as he was in the games post HeelFaceTurn, but he has his moments of hilarity and heartwarming, not awesome.
** Maysa, Miru, and Sal were optional bosses. In the show, they're awesome Net Agents, and during the first series, they had a lot of awesome moments and BigDamnHeroes moments too. Even in the second series, after most of the cast were DemotedToExtra, they had a brief return and they were awesome. Plus in Beast, they had their own Beyondard counterparts who were heroic like them.
** Suprisingly [=Bass.EXE=] was this (the heroism part, we all know he's {{Badass}}). In the second season, he actually saved Megaman's life, fought against Grave's top member, and even fought the Grave Virus. He didn't do much in Axess and was a AntiVillain in Stream & TheMovie, but he did the most awesomes thing at the end of Stream. [[spoiler:'''HE KILLED... er DELETED SLUR!!!''']]
** Maylu and Roll were heroes already, but they increased in badass in the show. In season 1, they helped Lan fight battles against World Three and they beat Tory AND ''Maddy'' during the [[TournamentArc N1 Grand Prix]][[note]]In the games, Ms. Madd nearly kills Mayl in an urban terrorism attack and [=ColorMan=] spends some time torturing Roll[[/note]], even making it into the semi-finals of the tournament. She still helped in season 2 and didn't do much in Axess, but in Stream, she and Roll actually managed to [[spoiler:Cross Fuse]]. [[AffirmativeActionGirl And they said anime girls couldn't be badass. They were wrong.]]

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* AdaptationalHeroism[=/=]AdaptationalBadass: Mr. Higsby was a member of WWW Three in the first game. Here, he wouldn't even want to be associated with them. He's the same as he was in the games post HeelFaceTurn, but he has his moments of hilarity and heartwarming, not awesome.
** Maysa, Miru, and Sal were optional bosses. In the show, they're awesome Net Agents, and during the first series, they had a lot of awesome moments and BigDamnHeroes moments too. Even in the second series, after most of the cast were DemotedToExtra, they had a brief return and they were awesome. Plus in Beast, they had their own Beyondard counterparts who were heroic like them.
** Suprisingly [=Bass.EXE=] was this (the heroism part, we all know he's {{Badass}}). In the second season, he actually saved Megaman's life, fought against Grave's top member, and even fought the Grave Virus. He didn't do much in Axess and was a AntiVillain in Stream & TheMovie, but he did the most awesomes thing at the end of Stream. [[spoiler:'''HE KILLED... er DELETED SLUR!!!''']]
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AdaptationalBadass: Maylu and Roll were heroes already, but they increased in badass in the show. In season 1, they helped Lan fight battles against World Three and they beat Tory AND ''Maddy'' during the [[TournamentArc N1 Grand Prix]][[note]]In the games, Ms. Madd nearly kills Mayl in an urban terrorism attack and [=ColorMan=] spends some time torturing Roll[[/note]], even making it into the semi-finals of the tournament. She still helped in season 2 and didn't do much in Axess, but in Stream, she and Roll actually managed to [[spoiler:Cross Fuse]]. [[AffirmativeActionGirl And they said anime girls couldn't be badass. They were wrong.]]]]
* AdaptationalHeroism:
** Mr. Higsby was a member of WWW Three in the first game. Here, he wouldn't even want to be associated with them. He's the same as he was in the games post HeelFaceTurn, but he has his moments of hilarity and heartwarming, not awesome.
** Maysa, Miru, and Sal were optional bosses but had little to do with the plot and its goings-on. In the show, they're awesome Net Agents, and during the first series, they [[AdaptationalBadass had a lot of awesome moments]] and BigDamnHeroes moments too. Even in the second series, after most of the cast were DemotedToExtra, they had a brief return and they were awesome. Plus in Beast, they had their own Beyondard counterparts who were heroic like them.
** Downplayed with [=Bass.EXE=], who in his early appearances had more a case of Adaptational Non-Villainy. Following his arrival, he actually saved Megaman's life, fought against [[TheDragon FreezeMan]], and even fought the [[EldritchAbomination Grave Virus]]. The plot of Axess forgot to really include him and he was banished at the beginning of ''Stream'' until TheMovie brought him back to play AntiVillain. He disappeared again until the finale of Stream, for his last act in the series -- [[spoiler: completely vanquishing InvincibleVillain Slur in a CurbStompBattle]].
28th Dec '15 9:05:59 PM Tavernier
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* AscendedExtra: Hikawa Tohru (Tory Froid) in the games is a one-shot character with a generic sprite. Hikawa Tohru in the pre-Axess anime got an original design, is Iceman's operator (instead of his father), and becomes a part of TheTeam. In Axess on, he stays as a recurring character with Ms. Mari, and Rush, (to be fair, Dex and Yai were DemotedToExtra) [[SubvertedTrope but afterwards later he's just abandoned wholesale.]] An episode in Beast+ is basically [[LampshadeHanging devoted to]] how bizarre it is that he and [=IceMan=] became significant again.
** Rush, as well. A random virus in the games; Roll's pet in the anime, though rather independent.
** From Axess onward, Laika/Raika. Was one of the many possible scenarios in the 4th game and the second to last Team Proto Man/Blues member acquired in the 5th. In the Anime he becomes a member of the main cast, more involved in the plot than just about any other character in 4 and 5, barring the characters that were already main characters in the games. Heck, by Stream he's gotten more focus than a good deal of them! By Beast, he's a full member of the PowerTrio with Lan and Chaud.
** The anime seemed to pick one character from each game and give them more than their share of screentime. For 4 it was Laika as mentioned above. For 5 it was Dingo, who becomes a regular instead of a recurring character like everyone else and remains that was for Beast even though most of the other 5 characters left the show at that point. He even gets to go to Beyondard while characters like Dex and Yai have to stay behind. For 6 it was Faran who followed the team around Beyondard til they left unlike everyone else who was a one episode character.
** [[spoiler: Yuriko, so much.]] A palette-swap in the first game. [[spoiler:TheDragon of Axess, and a member of the squad in Stream]].

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* AscendedExtra: AscendedExtra:
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Hikawa Tohru (Tory Froid) in the games is was a one-shot satellite character with a generic sprite. Hikawa Tohru in In the pre-Axess anime got anime, he had an original design, is was Iceman's operator (instead instead of his father), father, and becomes a became part of TheTeam. In Axess on, And then this was Downplayed in ''Axess'', where he stays as a recurring character was relegated to "recurring character" status with Ms. Mari, Mari and Rush, Rush (to be fair, Dex and Yai were DemotedToExtra) [[SubvertedTrope so completely DemotedToExtra that they left the main cast entirely), but afterwards later he's by ''Stream'' he was demoted even further to just abandoned wholesale.]] occasional appearances. An episode in Beast+ is basically [[LampshadeHanging devoted itself to]] how bizarre it is was that he and [=IceMan=] became had become significant again.
** Rush, Rush as well. A random virus in the games; Roll's pet in the anime, though rather independent.
** From Axess onward, Laika/Raika. Was one After a straight two-seasons of the many possible scenarios in the 4th game and the second to last Team Proto Man/Blues member acquired in the 5th. In the Anime he becomes a member of the main cast, more involved in the plot than just about any other character in 4 and 5, barring the characters that were already main characters in the games. Heck, by Stream he's gotten more focus than a good deal of them! By Beast, he's a full member of the PowerTrio with Lan and Chaud.
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anime seemed to pick one character from each game and give them more than their share without a hint of screentime. For 4 it was Laika as mentioned above. For 5 it was Dingo, who becomes a regular instead of a recurring character like her in sight, everyone else and remains that was for Beast even though most of the other 5 characters left the show at that point. He even gets surprised to go to Beyondard while characters like Dex and Yai have to stay behind. For 6 it was Faran who followed the team around Beyondard til find Mariko-sensei's twin sister Yuriko as an UnexpectedCharacter in Axess. [[spoiler:Still less were they left unlike everyone else who was a one episode character.
** [[spoiler: Yuriko, so much.]] A palette-swap in the first game. [[spoiler:TheDragon of Axess, and
expecting her to be TheDragon, or a member of the squad in Stream]].


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** Also from Axess on, Raika, who was one of the many possible scenarios in the 4th game and the second to last Team Proto Man/Blues member acquired in the 5th. In the Anime he becomes a member of the main cast, more involved in the plot than just about any other character from the same games, barring the ones that were already main characters. Heck, by Stream he'd gotten more focus than most of them! By Beast, he's a full member of the PowerTrio with Lan and Chaud.
** The anime seemed to pick one character from each game and give them more than their share of screentime. For 5 it was Dingo, who becomes a regular instead of a recurring character like everyone else and remains so for Beast, even though most of the other characters from his debut game had left the show at that point. He even gets to go to Beyondard while characters like Dex and Yai have to stay behind. For 6 it was Faran who followed the team around Beyondard til they left unlike everyone else who was a one episode character.
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