History AwesomeBosses / MegaMan

21st Feb '16 7:22:10 PM contrafanxxx
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* One memorable boss in ''X4'' is Magma Dragoon. An {{Expy}} of [[Franchise/StreetFighter Akuma]], he was once loyal to the Maverick Hunters before going rogue by crashing the Sky Lagoon just so he could fight X and Zero in combat. And boy, is he a fun boss. His attacks ranges from Hadoukens and Shoryukens, and you can even bring a Ride Armor to the boss battle for a change. He's also one of the only bosses outside of Sigma to have post-boss dialogue.
1st Dec '15 3:54:12 PM mlsmithca
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* Crimson Dragon, the FinalBoss of ''3''. Why? [[TwoWordsObviousTrope Two words]]: [[SuperMode Finalize]]. [[LimitBreak Noise Force]] [[OneHitKill Big Bang]].
** Crimson Dragon is notable for being a unique boss fight, and for the whole Network timeline, at that. It is the ONE boss fight where you fight the BigBad directly, not just his monster.

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* Crimson Dragon, the FinalBoss of ''3''. Why? [[TwoWordsObviousTrope Two words]]: [[SuperMode Finalize]]. [[LimitBreak Noise Force]] [[OneHitKill Big Bang]].
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Bang]]. Crimson Dragon is notable for being a unique boss fight, and for the whole Network timeline, at that. It is the ONE boss fight where you fight the BigBad directly, not just his monster.
15th Nov '15 5:54:07 AM EthanLac
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** The rematch against Metal Man, if only for a chance to [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments laugh]] as your Metal Blades [[HoistByHisOwnPetard smash him in two hits]] (or [[EpicFail one]]in the [[DifficultyByRegion U.S. version's Normal difficulty]]).

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** The rematch against Metal Man, if only for a chance to [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments laugh]] as your Metal Blades [[HoistByHisOwnPetard smash him in two hits]] (or [[EpicFail one]]in one]] in the [[DifficultyByRegion U.S. version's Normal difficulty]]).
15th Nov '15 5:53:21 AM EthanLac
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[[caption-width-right:320:Wily's...an alien?[[note]]No, not really.[[/note]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:320:Wily's...an alien?[[note]]No, not really.alien?[[note]]Nope.[[/note]]]]



** The rematch against Metal Man, if only for a chance to [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments laugh]] as your Metal Blades [[HoistByHisOwnPetard smash him in two hits]] (or ''{{one|HitKill}}'' in the [[DifficultyByRegion U.S. version's Normal difficulty]]).

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** The rematch against Metal Man, if only for a chance to [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments laugh]] as your Metal Blades [[HoistByHisOwnPetard smash him in two hits]] (or ''{{one|HitKill}}'' in [[EpicFail one]]in the [[DifficultyByRegion U.S. version's Normal difficulty]]).
22nd Jan '15 11:51:50 AM mlsmithca
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* In The Misadventures of Tron Bonne, a Megaman Legends prequel where you play as the villainess herself, has the final boss take place aboard a giant reaverbot know as The Colossus. It's apparently so big its entire shoulder length and head are the boss stage.
* Special props have to be given to Denise Marmalade. In the first stage you simply chase her around and she won't attack unless she has sufficient distance from the Gustaff since it's a walking power suit and she's just a person. By the second fight she says she's done some heavy training. Whatever this heavy training is, it's allowed her, in such a short span, to be able to grapple the Gustaff and flip it '''OVER HER HEAD''' and onto the ground, damaging your HP quite well. She doesn't run this time either, she ''deliberately'' chases you to try and do this. On the third fight, she gets fed up with losing and rents out a suit of her own, called Compages, to face you with, turning the boss fight into a Power Suit battle.

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* In The ''The Misadventures of Tron Bonne, Bonne'', a Megaman Legends ''Megaman Legends'' prequel where you play as the villainess herself, has the final boss take place aboard a giant reaverbot know known as The Colossus. It's apparently so big its entire shoulder length and head are the boss stage.
* Special props have to be given to Denise Marmalade. In the first stage you simply chase her around and she won't attack unless she has sufficient distance from the Gustaff since it's a walking power suit and she's just a person. By the second fight she says she's done some heavy training. Whatever this heavy training is, it's allowed her, in such a short span, to be able to grapple the Gustaff and flip it '''OVER HER HEAD''' '''over her head''' and onto the ground, damaging your HP quite well. She doesn't run this time either, she ''deliberately'' chases you to try and do this. On the third fight, she gets fed up with losing and rents out a suit of her own, called Compages, to face you with, turning the boss fight into a Power Suit battle.
22nd Jan '15 8:52:15 AM fobarimperius
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* In The Misadventures of Tron Bonne, a Megaman Legends prequel where you play as the villainess herself, has the final boss take place aboard a giant reaverbot know as The Colossus. It's apparently so big its entire shoulder length and head are the boss stage.
* Special props have to be given to Denise Marmalade. In the first stage you simply chase her around and she won't attack unless she has sufficient distance from the Gustaff since it's a walking power suit and she's just a person. By the second fight she says she's done some heavy training. Whatever this heavy training is, it's allowed her, in such a short span, to be able to grapple the Gustaff and flip it '''OVER HER HEAD''' and onto the ground, damaging your HP quite well. She doesn't run this time either, she ''deliberately'' chases you to try and do this. On the third fight, she gets fed up with losing and rents out a suit of her own, called Compages, to face you with, turning the boss fight into a Power Suit battle.
22nd Jan '15 8:43:39 AM fobarimperius
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** It's been found through proper ROM hacking that Bass.EXE in BN6 has an AI level one step higher than his final form in 6. In it, his Buster guns hit EVERY panel seven times, all of his shots fire off in brief seconds, the Hells Wheel Rolling moves incredibly slow, and his AI has no attack lag between attacks, meaning he'll fire his buster and hit every shot, then immediately do it again, then do it once more, then fire off an attack of a different variety, then repeat. Basically, this means at the very start of the battle he can deal over 30,000 damage in less than 4 seconds with no damage buffer and breaking Undershot, requiring use of Invisible and extensive healing chips. It basically REQUIRES you to get hit by Hells Wheels and use the damage buffer to keep from instantly dying. His HP remains the same, though.
***Almost every boss has an AI that breaks the game if one properly ROM hacks the AI in BN6. Many of them are absurd, such as Spoutman's Hose attack which deals close to 500 damage, unloads your navi customizer, paralyzes you, and can stun-lock you to death. It's a wonder how these even got programmed to do that as setting these effects would have to be deliberate.




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* In Battle Network 3, you're just coming off the battle with Bass inside of the last area, when suddenly both he and Wily get eaten by what will be your next boss: Alpha. What is Alpha? '''[[spoiler:Alpha is effectively a sentient viral program that was the original version of the internet'''. For Megaman.EXE, that's basically fighting his planet.]]
21st Sep '14 1:16:01 PM mlsmithca
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* Also the Prometheus and Pandora fights in both games, which never cease to be entertaining. Their boss themes help a lot.
** Advent especially makes the boss fight against the reploid siblings fun and exciting. In Advent, they stop their whole 'take turns' shit; instead, they reserve doing that for the first half of the battle. In the second half, they start to double team you in increasingly badass and difficult ways. For instance, one attack has Prometheus land on the floor, stick his hair in the ground, and start attempting to impale you with his hair, all while [[EvilLaugh laughing manically.]] However, this is just a distraction; at the end of his attack ''Pandora comes out of nowhere to blindside you with her hair as well.'' Another attack has Pandora appear in the center of the screen to either shoot icicles or electric waves at you...and when the attack appears to be over, ''Prometheus shoots down the screen right at you, enveloping the arena in flames.'' However, the move that takes the cake is one where they're both present the entire attack. First, Pandora appears at one side of the screen. Simple enough. But then Prometheus slams down from the other side of the screen. What makes this move devious is how Pandora will start covering the screen, all while Prometheus attempts to charge you with his scythe. The only way to dodge this attack? [[BadAss You have to shoot Prometheus mid-charge, jump over him as he is defending, and then jump again just as Pandora tries to bum rush you.]] If you fail to avoid this attack? Prometheus unleashes an unavoidable energy wave from his scythe, Pandora impales you with her electric spear, and Prometheus finishes the combo by shooting into the air while using his scythe like a propeller. [[BackToBackBadAsses Pretty epic encounter, no?]]

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* Also the Prometheus and Pandora fights in both games, which never cease to be entertaining. Their boss themes help a lot.
** Advent
lot. ''Advent'' especially makes the boss fight against the reploid siblings fun and exciting. In Advent, exciting; they stop their whole 'take turns' shit; instead, they reserve doing shit, reserving that for the first half of the battle. In the second half, they start to double team you in increasingly badass and difficult ways. For instance, one attack has Prometheus land on the floor, stick his hair in the ground, and start attempting to impale you with his hair, it, all while [[EvilLaugh laughing manically.maniacally.]] However, this is just a distraction; at the end of his attack ''Pandora comes out of nowhere to blindside you with her hair as well.'' Another attack has Pandora appear in the center of the screen to shoot either shoot icicles or electric waves at you...and when the attack appears to be over, ''Prometheus shoots down the screen right at you, enveloping the arena in flames.'' However, the move that takes the cake is one where they're both present the entire attack. First, Pandora appears at one side of the screen. Simple enough. But then Prometheus slams down from the other side of the screen. What makes this move devious is how Pandora will start covering the screen, all while Prometheus attempts to charge you with his scythe. The only way to dodge this attack? [[BadAss You have to shoot Prometheus mid-charge, jump over him as he is defending, and then jump again just as Pandora tries to bum rush you.]] If you fail to avoid this attack? Prometheus unleashes an unavoidable energy wave from his scythe, Pandora impales you with her electric spear, and Prometheus finishes the combo by shooting into the air while using his scythe like a propeller. [[BackToBackBadAsses Pretty epic encounter, no?]]



** The other biometal users in Advent also count, especially Vent/Aile. It's an easy fight but the cool cutscene beforehand makes it feel epic.

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** The other biometal users in Advent ''Advent'' also count, especially Vent/Aile. It's an easy fight but the cool cutscene beforehand makes it feel epic.
21st Sep '14 1:05:34 PM Ralfus
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** Advent especially makes the boss fight against the reploid siblings fun and exciting. In Advent, they stop their whole 'take turns' shit; instead, they reserve doing that for the first half of the battle. In the second half, they start to double team you in increasingly badass and difficult ways. For instance, one attack has Prometheus land on the floor, stick his hair in the ground, and start attempting to impale you with his hair, all while [[EvilLaugh laughing manically.]] However, this is just a distraction; at the end of his attack ''Pandora comes out of nowhere to blindside you with her hair as well.'' Another attack has Pandora appear in the center of the screen to either shoot icicles or electric waves at you...and when the attack appears to be over, ''Prometheus shoots down the screen right at you, enveloping the arena in flames.'' However, the move that takes the cake is one where they're both present the entire attack. First, Pandora appears at one side of the screen. Simple enough. But then Prometheus slams down from the other side of the screen. What makes this move devious is how Pandora will start covering the screen, all while Prometheus attempts to charge you with his scythe. The only way to dodge this attack? [[BadAss You have to shoot Prometheus ''mid-charge'', jump over him as he is defending, and then jump again just as ''Pandora'' tries to bum rush you.]] If you fail to avoid this attack? Prometheus unleashes an unavoidable energy wave from his scythe, Pandora impales you with her electric spear, and Prometheus finishes the combo by shooting into the air while using his scythe like a propeller. [[BackToBackBadAsses Pretty epic encounter, no?]]

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** Advent especially makes the boss fight against the reploid siblings fun and exciting. In Advent, they stop their whole 'take turns' shit; instead, they reserve doing that for the first half of the battle. In the second half, they start to double team you in increasingly badass and difficult ways. For instance, one attack has Prometheus land on the floor, stick his hair in the ground, and start attempting to impale you with his hair, all while [[EvilLaugh laughing manically.]] However, this is just a distraction; at the end of his attack ''Pandora comes out of nowhere to blindside you with her hair as well.'' Another attack has Pandora appear in the center of the screen to either shoot icicles or electric waves at you...and when the attack appears to be over, ''Prometheus shoots down the screen right at you, enveloping the arena in flames.'' However, the move that takes the cake is one where they're both present the entire attack. First, Pandora appears at one side of the screen. Simple enough. But then Prometheus slams down from the other side of the screen. What makes this move devious is how Pandora will start covering the screen, all while Prometheus attempts to charge you with his scythe. The only way to dodge this attack? [[BadAss You have to shoot Prometheus ''mid-charge'', mid-charge, jump over him as he is defending, and then jump again just as ''Pandora'' Pandora tries to bum rush you.]] If you fail to avoid this attack? Prometheus unleashes an unavoidable energy wave from his scythe, Pandora impales you with her electric spear, and Prometheus finishes the combo by shooting into the air while using his scythe like a propeller. [[BackToBackBadAsses Pretty epic encounter, no?]]
21st Sep '14 1:04:46 PM Ralfus
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** Advent especially makes the boss fight against the reploid siblings fun and exciting. In Advent, they stop their whole 'take turns' shit; instead, they reserve doing that for the first half of the battle. In the second half, they start to double team you in increasingly badass and difficult ways. For instance, one attack has Prometheus land on the floor, stick his hair in the ground, and start attempting to impale you with his hair, all while [[EvilLaugh laughing manically.]] However, this is just a distraction; at the end of his attack 'Pandora comes out of nowhere to blindside you with her hair as well.' Another attack has Pandora appear in the center of the screen to either shoot icicles or electric waves at you...and when the attack appears to be over, 'Prometheus shoots down the screen right at you, enveloping the arena in flames.' However, the move that takes the cake is one where they're both present the entire attack. First, Pandora appears at one side of the screen. Simple enough. But then Prometheus slams down from the other side of the screen. What makes this move devious is how Pandora will start covering the screen, all while Prometheus attempts to charge you with his scythe. The only way to dodge this attack? [[BadAss You have to shoot Prometheus 'mid-charge', jump over him as he is defending, and then jump again just as 'Pandora' tries to bum rush you.]] If you fail to avoid this attack? Prometheus unleashes an unavoidable energy wave from his scythe, Pandora impales you with an electric spear, and Prometheus finishes the combo by shooting into the air while using his scythe like a propeller. [[Back-To-BackBadAsses Pretty epic encounter, no?]]

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** Advent especially makes the boss fight against the reploid siblings fun and exciting. In Advent, they stop their whole 'take turns' shit; instead, they reserve doing that for the first half of the battle. In the second half, they start to double team you in increasingly badass and difficult ways. For instance, one attack has Prometheus land on the floor, stick his hair in the ground, and start attempting to impale you with his hair, all while [[EvilLaugh laughing manically.]] However, this is just a distraction; at the end of his attack 'Pandora ''Pandora comes out of nowhere to blindside you with her hair as well.' '' Another attack has Pandora appear in the center of the screen to either shoot icicles or electric waves at you...and when the attack appears to be over, 'Prometheus ''Prometheus shoots down the screen right at you, enveloping the arena in flames.' '' However, the move that takes the cake is one where they're both present the entire attack. First, Pandora appears at one side of the screen. Simple enough. But then Prometheus slams down from the other side of the screen. What makes this move devious is how Pandora will start covering the screen, all while Prometheus attempts to charge you with his scythe. The only way to dodge this attack? [[BadAss You have to shoot Prometheus 'mid-charge', ''mid-charge'', jump over him as he is defending, and then jump again just as 'Pandora' ''Pandora'' tries to bum rush you.]] If you fail to avoid this attack? Prometheus unleashes an unavoidable energy wave from his scythe, Pandora impales you with an her electric spear, and Prometheus finishes the combo by shooting into the air while using his scythe like a propeller. [[Back-To-BackBadAsses [[BackToBackBadAsses Pretty epic encounter, no?]]
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