History Characters / MightyNo9

28th Nov '16 4:29:39 AM Arawn999
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* TheAssimilator: Beck's primary power is to absorb Xels[[note]]NanoMachines that all robots in the game are made out of.[[/note]] from other robots and using those acquired Xels to transform his body thus gaining their powers, abilities, skills, traits and characteristics and use those to his own advantage.
** One method for him of accomplishing this is by "absorb dashing"[[note]]As seen in [[http://youtu.be/g_-3HPGNI7A this video]].[[/note]] towards a weakened or stunned robot.

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* TheAssimilator: Beck's primary power is to absorb Xels[[note]]NanoMachines that all robots in the game are made out of.[[/note]] from other robots and using those acquired Xels to transform his body thus gaining their powers, abilities, skills, traits and characteristics and use those to his own advantage.
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advantage. One method for him of accomplishing this is by "absorb dashing"[[note]]As seen in [[http://youtu.be/g_-3HPGNI7A this video]].[[/note]] towards a weakened or stunned robot.



* HealingShiv: Beck is a ''walking'' healing shiv. His systems can not only purify xel that has been corrupted, but he can internally ''reverse-engineer'' the very affliction into a cure for itself. ...He just, you know, needs to whup up on you to make that happen ''first''.
** Mind, this isn't fundamental, but how Beck ''chooses'' to use his powers. If he chose to use them in a more destructive means, well, just look to the DLC character's folder.

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* HealingShiv: Beck is a ''walking'' healing shiv. His systems can not only purify xel that has been corrupted, but he can internally ''reverse-engineer'' the very affliction into a cure for itself. ...He just, you know, needs to whup up on you to make that happen ''first''.
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''first''. Mind, this isn't fundamental, but how Beck ''chooses'' to use his powers. If he chose to use them in a more destructive means, well, just look to the DLC character's folder.



* NonActionGuy: Unlike his predecessors, he is not an effective fighter in Battle Colosseum battles, due to his human emotions being wired to his abilities, thus tending to go haywire. By the time the other robots went berserk, he needed the encouragement of Dr. White to boost his self confidence and resolve to save the day.
** It's also worth noting that, unlike Mega Man or Mega Man X, it's not that Beck is necessarily a pacifist nor against violence. Rather, he's been described as being timid, moreso easily frightened than anything else.

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* NonActionGuy: Unlike his predecessors, he is not an effective fighter in Battle Colosseum battles, due to his human emotions being wired to his abilities, thus tending to go haywire. By the time the other robots went berserk, he needed the encouragement of Dr. White to boost his self confidence and resolve to save the day.
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day. It's also worth noting that, unlike Mega Man or Mega Man X, it's not that Beck is necessarily a pacifist nor against violence. Rather, he's been described as being timid, moreso easily frightened than anything else.



* RefusalOfTheCall: Beck is not Rock. He has no directive programmed to drive him, just human emotion. And when White proposed Beck go to fight the hordes of murderous infected robots and his siblings the most powerful robots on Earth ''alone'', Beck decided he'd [[{{Understatement}} rather]] [[YouHaveGotToBeKiddingMe not]].
** GotVolunteered: ...''However'', Professor White said "you're doing it", and that was the end of that.

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* RefusalOfTheCall: Beck is not Rock. He has no directive programmed to drive him, just human emotion. And when White proposed Beck go to fight the hordes of murderous infected robots and his siblings the most powerful robots on Earth ''alone'', Beck decided he'd [[{{Understatement}} rather]] [[YouHaveGotToBeKiddingMe not]].
** GotVolunteered: ...
not]]. ''However'', [[GotVolunteered Professor White said "you're doing it", it"]], and that was the end of that.



* RidiculouslyHumanRobot: Said to possess the unique trait of being more human than any robot created before. Unfortunately, this leads to his intrusive emotions and lack of courage impairing his effectiveness as a hero.
** It turns out, however, that this is his most essential trait: [[spoiler: the presence of a free-thinking emotional core is what makes Beck the ''only one'' of ''three'' robots of his type to be successful. If not for these human-grade emotions, he'd have in all likelyhood been one of two things -- a mindless assimilation machine like Trinity, or a berserker horror like Ray.]]

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* RidiculouslyHumanRobot: Said to possess the unique trait of being more human than any robot created before. Unfortunately, this leads to his intrusive emotions and lack of courage impairing his effectiveness as a hero.
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hero. It turns out, however, that this is his most essential trait: [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the presence of a free-thinking emotional core is what makes Beck the ''only one'' of ''three'' robots of his type to be successful. If not for these human-grade emotions, he'd have in all likelyhood been one of two things -- a mindless assimilation machine like Trinity, or a berserker horror like Ray.]]



* YouAreNumberSix: His numerical designation is Number Nine, though he has a proper name as well.
** [[spoiler: Technically speaking, he's also "number three". He's not the first robot of his type an android purposed to assimilate and manipulate xels he's just the first one who ''works''.]]

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* YouAreNumberSix: His numerical designation is Number Nine, though he has a proper name as well.
** [[spoiler: Technically
well. [[spoiler:Technically speaking, he's also "number three". He's not the first robot of his type an android purposed to assimilate and manipulate xels he's just the first one who ''works''.]]



* {{Expy}}: Of [[VideoGame/MegaManClassic Roll]].
** Is also strikingly similar designvise to [[WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls Blossom]] in her ''Anime/DemashitaPowerpuffGirlsZ'' incarnation.

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* {{Expy}}: Of [[VideoGame/MegaManClassic Roll]].
** Is
Roll]]. She is also strikingly similar designvise to [[WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls Blossom]] in her ''Anime/DemashitaPowerpuffGirlsZ'' incarnation.



* {{Motif}}: Says to made to resemble a boxer or a wrestler. He even was planned to be able to deploy a wrestling ring (the corner posts and ropes at least) on his back and use the ropes as momentum for a charging attack.

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* {{Motif}}: {{Motif}}:
**
Says to made to resemble a boxer or a wrestler. He even was planned to be able to deploy a wrestling ring (the corner posts and ropes at least) on his back and use the ropes as momentum for a charging attack.



-->'''Cryo:''' I'm "ice-creaming" these bots, but there's "snow" many of them!
-->'''Shade:''' Maybe if you spent more time fighting and less on your lame puns...
-->'''Cryo:''' [[BigWhat WHAT?!]] Just remember who you're talking to Shady! I'm six whole Numbers older than you!
* PungeonMaster: ''Everything'' she says has to have ice-related puns in it, no matter how lame or unfitting for the circumstances. She also give puns to the other Mighty Numbers.
** Countershade [[LampshadeHanging lampshades this]] when Cryo does a few puns when she needed help fighting back a huge crowd of robots. Cryo doesn't take it well and fought back...with puns, of course.

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-->'''Cryo:''' I'm "ice-creaming" these bots, but there's "snow" many of them!
-->'''Shade:'''
them!\\
'''Shade:'''
Maybe if you spent more time fighting and less on your lame puns...
-->'''Cryo:'''
puns...\\
'''Cryo:'''
[[BigWhat WHAT?!]] Just remember who you're talking to Shady! I'm six whole Numbers older than you!
* PungeonMaster: ''Everything'' she says has to have ice-related puns in it, no matter how lame or unfitting for the circumstances. She also give puns to the other Mighty Numbers.
**
Numbers. Countershade [[LampshadeHanging lampshades this]] when Cryo does a few puns when she needed help fighting back a huge crowd of robots. Cryo doesn't take it well and fought back...with puns, of course.



-->"Headline: Boss Attacks Beck! Correction, Twice!"
-->"Local Boss at large! Okay, found him!"

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-->"Headline: Boss Attacks Beck! Correction, Twice!"
-->"Local
Twice!"\\
"Local
Boss at large! Okay, found him!"



--> '''Avi''': We've got strong winds out there today! Be careful!
-->[[spoiler:'''Avi''': *said really quickly and hushed* ...Moments before he fell to his tragic death.]]

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--> '''Avi''': We've got strong winds out there today! Be careful!
-->[[spoiler:'''Avi''': *said
careful! ''[said really quickly and hushed* ...hushed]'' ...Moments before he fell to his tragic death.]]



** The goggle looking things are actually part of a retractable visor that goes down and cover his exposed eyes and upper face. Probably when in combat.

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** The goggle looking goggle-looking things are actually part of a retractable visor that goes down and cover his exposed eyes and upper face. Probably when in combat.



!!Dr. William White / [[spoiler:Bill Blackwell]]

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!!Dr. William White / [[spoiler:Bill Blackwell]]White



A researcher working for SANDA Technology and the creator of the Mighty line of robots. [[spoiler:He is also a former employee of Cherry Dynamics and Dr. Blackwell's son.]]

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A researcher working for SANDA Technology and the creator of the Mighty line of robots. [[spoiler:He His past is also a former employee revealed over the course of Cherry Dynamics and Dr. Blackwell's son.]]the game.



* {{Foreshadowing}}: White is more or less the only character explicitly given a negative character trait, being "socially inept". [[spoiler: Pointing out his flawed nature is the first indicator to his unintentional hand in the crisis consuming the nation.]]

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: White is more or less the only character explicitly given a negative character trait, being "socially inept". [[spoiler: Pointing [[spoiler:Pointing out his flawed nature is the first indicator to his unintentional hand in the crisis consuming the nation.]]



* InsistentTerminology: Though some advertising materials officially refer to him as "Doctor" White, his ''actual'' title is "Professor", which is the only title he goes by in the actual game.
** [[spoiler: And for the love of god, ''do not call him Bill.'']]

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* InsistentTerminology: Though some advertising materials officially refer to him as "Doctor" White, his ''actual'' title is "Professor", which is the only title he goes by in the actual game.
** [[spoiler: And
game. [[spoiler:And for the love of god, ''do not call him Bill.'']]



* MeaningfulRename: [[spoiler: Why take the name "William White"? Structurally, it's more or less the opposite of "Bill Blackwell".]]

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* MeaningfulRename: [[spoiler: Why [[spoiler:Why take the name "William White"? Structurally, it's more or less the opposite of "Bill Blackwell".]]



-->'''Beck:''' Professor, I'll do it. [[spoiler: I'll save Trinity!]]
-->'''White:''' I know you will, Beck... I ''know'' you will.

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-->'''Beck:''' Professor, I'll do it. [[spoiler: I'll save Trinity!]]
-->'''White:'''
Trinity!]]\\
'''White:'''
I know you will, Beck... I ''know'' you will.



* YourApprovalFillsMeWithShame: Not in the person approving, but the nature of the approval -- namely, Sanda commenting on the effectiveness of Will's designs ''while Beck is being made to survive them''.
** [[spoiler: And while he makes it clear he's still proud of Trinity, he takes no joy in what she became due to his mistakes.]]

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* YourApprovalFillsMeWithShame: Not in the person approving, but the nature of the approval -- namely, Sanda commenting on the effectiveness of Will's designs ''while Beck is being made to survive them''.
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them''. [[spoiler: And while he makes it clear he's still proud of Trinity, he takes no joy in what she became due to his mistakes.]]



* CrazyPrepared: He outfitted Call with an energy barrier that's arguably stronger than ''anything'' in Beck's arsenal. His reasons for doing so? Just in case for the extremely-unlikely scenario that his small, non-combative robot secretary should ever find herself in a fight.

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* CrazyPrepared: CrazyPrepared:
**
He outfitted Call with an energy barrier that's arguably stronger than ''anything'' in Beck's arsenal. His reasons for doing so? Just in case for the extremely-unlikely scenario that his small, non-combative robot secretary should ever find herself in a fight.



* {{Expy}}: Of [[VideoGame/MegaManClassic Dr. Light]] physically and as help in {{Mission Control}}.
** Also serves as one to Professor Ochanomizu, as a big-nosed, overweight robtics expert who is against violence.

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* {{Expy}}: Of [[VideoGame/MegaManClassic Dr. Light]] physically and as help in {{Mission Control}}.
**
Control}}. Also serves as one to Professor Ochanomizu, as a big-nosed, overweight robtics expert who is against violence.



* BigBad: ''Possibly''. He's tried something like the current plot before, though it was taking control of all robots in the US, not sending them on a rampage. Graham seems thoroughly convinced, but Sanda is convinced that it is because Blackwell tried this before that he can't be responsible -- he's currently locked inside a maximum-security prison for that very crime.
** [[spoiler: Turns out, he's not, nor was he ever. His so-called "plot" was actually him ''stopping'' Trinity back when Graham first tried to reactivate her. This time, however, Blackwell's not available to fix things.]]
* {{Expy}}: Of Dr. Wily, both physically and with a similar view on robots. [[spoiler:Not so much story-wise, though]].
** Physically speaking, in facial structure and body type, he's also one for Dr. Umataro Tenma of the Astro Boy series. [[spoiler: Not so much in attitude, however; that goes to his son.]]

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* BigBad: ''Possibly''. He's tried something like the current plot before, though it was taking control of all robots in the US, not sending them on a rampage. Graham seems thoroughly convinced, but Sanda is convinced that it is because Blackwell tried this before that he can't be responsible -- he's currently locked inside a maximum-security prison for that very crime.
** [[spoiler: Turns out,
crime. [[spoiler:It turns out that he's not, nor was he ever.ever, the villan. His so-called "plot" was actually him ''stopping'' Trinity back when Graham first tried to reactivate her. This time, however, Blackwell's not available to fix things.]]
* {{Expy}}: Of Dr. Wily, both physically and with a similar view on robots. [[spoiler:Not so much story-wise, though]].
**
though.]] Physically speaking, in facial structure and body type, he's also one for Dr. Umataro Tenma of the Astro Boy series. [[spoiler: Not [[spoiler:Not so much in attitude, however; that goes to his son.]]



* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: [[spoiler: He was the CTO of Cherrydyn back when White was still working for them, where he developed Trinity. Blackwell ''immediately'' recognized the [[AssimilationPlot potential danger]] inherent within such a design, and had her shut down.]]
** [[spoiler: Not only that, he stopped Graham from reactivating her while he still held the job... But unfortunately, this is what led to the greed-driven Graham ''getting'' his job.]]

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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: [[spoiler: He was the CTO of Cherrydyn back when White was still working for them, where [[spoiler:where he developed Trinity. Blackwell ''immediately'' recognized the [[AssimilationPlot potential danger]] inherent within such a design, and had her shut down.]]
** [[spoiler:
Not only that, he stopped Graham from reactivating her while he still held the job... But unfortunately, this is what led to the greed-driven Graham ''getting'' his job.]]



* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Perhaps not overtly, but he is ''startlingly'' quick to pass the buck.
** [[spoiler: Not to mention, the robot rampage is all his fault. He once tried to reactivate the dangerous Trinity, but was stopped by Blackwell, who was then framed for a "terrorist attack". Apparently too foolish to realize why, Graham tried once again, all just to get an illegal leg-up on his competitors in the industry.]]
* LethallyStupid: [[spoiler: The father of modern robotics stops you from reactivating a robot he himself personally decommissioned? Meh, who cares, let's turn that puppy on! Whoopsy, you just started the robot apocalypse.]]

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* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Perhaps not overtly, but he is ''startlingly'' quick to pass the buck.
** [[spoiler: Not
buck. [[spoiler:Not to mention, the robot rampage is all his fault. He once tried to reactivate the dangerous Trinity, but was stopped by Blackwell, who was then framed for a "terrorist attack". Apparently too foolish to realize why, Graham tried once again, all just to get an illegal leg-up on his competitors in the industry.]]
* LethallyStupid: [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The father of modern robotics stops you from reactivating a robot he himself personally decommissioned? Meh, who cares, let's turn that puppy on! Whoopsy, you just started the robot apocalypse.]]



!!RAY / [[spoiler:Raychel]]

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!!RAY / [[spoiler:Raychel]]!!RAY



* AndIMustScream: Good ''god'', all Ray just wants to do is to find this [[IWillFindYou mysterious person]] that keeps plaguing her memory. Turns out, [[spoiler: it's her creator, Dr. White, and when she does find him after taking down all her main siblings and following him to the Robot Factory, she discovers that the infected xels are ''accelerating'' her deterioration, she in a desperate attempt at salvation, she goes to confront Trinity and save herself, but loses consciousness. She wakes up to find Beck and Dr. White, who has ordered Beck to heal her while he looks away with a troubled expression. However, after Beck restores her and she's in transport to Sanda Technologies, presumably to be given further care, she awakens, goes berserk, nearly kills the crew who was transporting her and vanishes. The healing? It made her live longer but didn't completely work, as she resumes deteriorating soon after; despite everything that's happened, Ray appears to have just reset the process anew with a bonus: forgetting her own identity.]]

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* AndIMustScream: Good ''god'', all Ray just wants to do is to find this [[IWillFindYou mysterious person]] that keeps plaguing her memory. Turns out, [[spoiler: it's [[spoiler:it's her creator, Dr. White, and when she does find him after taking down all her main siblings and following him to the Robot Factory, she discovers that the infected xels are ''accelerating'' her deterioration, she in a desperate attempt at salvation, she goes to confront Trinity and save herself, but loses consciousness. She wakes up to find Beck and Dr. White, who has ordered Beck to heal her while he looks away with a troubled expression. However, after Beck restores her and she's in transport to Sanda Technologies, presumably to be given further care, she awakens, goes berserk, nearly kills the crew who was transporting her and vanishes. The healing? It made her live longer but didn't completely work, as she resumes deteriorating soon after; despite everything that's happened, Ray appears to have just reset the process anew with a bonus: forgetting her own identity.]]



* AxCrazy: Deconstructed. Her actions on her absolute, utter single-minded dedication and determination to find[[spoiler: Dr. White]] shows like this. It's just that [[TheUnfettered she'll do whatever it takes to find him]], meaning anyone that comes up on her path will be violently and fatally pushed aside. She does show remorse for her actions later, though.
* BaitAndSwitch: [[spoiler: At the end of her story, she's found by Beck, who purifies and fully restores her body...]] [[spoiler: and ''that'' all lasts for about five minutes before she starts disintegrating all over again.]]

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* AxCrazy: Deconstructed. Her actions on her absolute, utter single-minded dedication and determination to find[[spoiler: [[spoiler:to find Dr. White]] shows like this. It's just that [[TheUnfettered she'll do whatever it takes to find him]], meaning anyone that comes up on her path will be violently and fatally pushed aside. She does show remorse for her actions later, though.
* BaitAndSwitch: [[spoiler: At [[spoiler:At the end of her story, she's found by Beck, who purifies and fully restores her body...]] [[spoiler: and ''that'' all lasts for about five minutes before she starts disintegrating all over again.]]



* BodyHorror: Robots in this world are made of microscopic robots called "Xel" which are shaped into a fixed form by a "Xel core". Ray's "Xel Core" is faulty, resulting in a body that's constantly falling apart at a microscopic level. When Ray's running especially low on Xel, a gaping hole is visible where the core should be in Ray's chest.
** This is clearly visible in how she gains her Rexelections after first clearing a boss: her weapon arm ''explodes'', literally '''''explodes''''' to "grow" her new weapon in. It's the kind of process that, were Ray having flesh and blood and not xel, would bump up the age rating.

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* BodyHorror: Robots in this world are made of microscopic robots called "Xel" which are shaped into a fixed form by a "Xel core". Ray's "Xel Core" is faulty, resulting in a body that's constantly falling apart at a microscopic level. When Ray's running especially low on Xel, a gaping hole is visible where the core should be in Ray's chest.
**
chest. This is clearly visible in how she gains her Rexelections after first clearing a boss: her weapon arm ''explodes'', literally '''''explodes''''' to "grow" her new weapon in. It's the kind of process that, were Ray having made of flesh and blood and not xel, would bump up the age rating.



* FlawedPrototype: She's a SuperPrototype who is very brutal on her attacks in differentiation to Beck. [[spoiler:However, her faulty "core" causes her major psychological, emotional, ''and'' mental pain that she questions why is she still alive.]] She is ''absolutely desperate'' to get fixed by the time she finds [[spoiler: Dr. White.]]

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* FlawedPrototype: She's a SuperPrototype who is very brutal on her attacks in differentiation to Beck. [[spoiler:However, One may also think that she's a [[spoiler:PsychoPrototype]] due to her cannibalistic and predatory nature, but it's basically her doing so to survive. [[spoiler:Her faulty "core" causes her major psychological, emotional, ''and'' mental pain that she questions why is she still alive.]] She is ''absolutely desperate'' to get fixed by the time she finds [[spoiler: Dr. White.]]



** One may also think that she's a [[spoiler:PsychoPrototype]] due to her cannibalistic and predatory nature, but it's basically her doing so to survive.



* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: RAY's manner of speaking is very formal and over the top, giving the impression of an intentionally-villainous appearance. [[spoiler: However, when left to introspection, she becomes rather quiet and preoccupied by her fears, suggesting that her outward demeanor isn't genuine.]]

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* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: RAY's manner of speaking is very formal and over the top, giving the impression of an intentionally-villainous appearance. [[spoiler: However, [[spoiler:However, when left to introspection, she becomes rather quiet and preoccupied by her fears, suggesting that her outward demeanor isn't genuine.]]



* YouAreNumber6: While it isn't ''said'' anywhere else in game but ''implied'' by Ray [[spoiler: knowing the Mighty No.s as her siblings]], WordOfGod confirms that Ray [[spoiler: is indeed Mighty No. 0]] in a Japanese-only interview.

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* YouAreNumber6: While it isn't ''said'' anywhere else in game but ''implied'' by Ray [[spoiler: knowing [[spoiler:knowing the Mighty No.s as her siblings]], WordOfGod confirms that Ray [[spoiler: is indeed Mighty No. 0]] in a Japanese-only interview.
27th Nov '16 5:19:31 PM ViperAcidZX
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!!RAY / [[Spoiler:Raychel]]

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!!RAY / [[Spoiler:Raychel]][[spoiler:Raychel]]
27th Nov '16 5:18:53 PM ViperAcidZX
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The title character and main hero of Mighty No. 9. Beck is the latest of the Mighty No. series, a combat robot team in the NBCA Colosseum. Unlike his siblings, he possesses strikingly human emotion and thought -- which just tends to slow him and them down in battle. However, Beck possesses a hidden power unlike anything that's ever been seen before...

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The title character and main hero of Mighty No. 9. Beck is the latest of the Mighty No. Number series, a combat robot team in the NBCA Colosseum. Unlike his siblings, he possesses strikingly human emotion and thought -- which just tends to slow him and them down in battle. However, Beck possesses a hidden power unlike anything that's ever been seen before...



* BladeBelowTheShoulder: Type III, while in the Brandish Rexelection.

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* BladeBelowTheShoulder: Type III, while in the Brandish Rexelection.[=ReXelection=].



-->'''Beck:''' Professor, I-- ....I'll do it!
-->'''Beck:''' [[spoiler: I understand, Professor... I'll do it! I'll save Trinity!]]

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-->'''Beck:''' Professor, I-- ....I'll do it!
-->'''Beck:''' [[spoiler: I
it!\\
'''Beck:''' [[spoiler:I
understand, Professor... I'll do it! I'll save Trinity!]]



-->'''Beck:''' A..."predator"?
-->''Beat.''
-->'''Beck:''' *''Matter-of-factly''* Professor, a strange robot is--
* CharacterDevelopment: The game begins with Beck being the most objectively worthless of the Mighty Numbers, just happening upon the chaos to make sure his maker is alright. [[spoiler: It ends with him bravely fighting a massive bot one-on-one in the Colosseum.]]

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-->'''Beck:''' A..."predator"?
-->''Beat.''
-->'''Beck:'''
"A...'predator'?"\\
''Beat.''\\
'''Beck:'''
*''Matter-of-factly''* Professor, "Professor, a strange robot is--
is--"
* CharacterDevelopment: The game begins with Beck being the most objectively worthless of the Mighty Numbers, just happening upon the chaos to make sure his maker is alright. [[spoiler: It [[spoiler:It ends with him bravely fighting a massive bot one-on-one in the Colosseum.]]]]
* ChargedAttack: Two of his [=ReXelection=] forms give him this. Pyrogen's [=ReXelection=] allows Beck to charge up a fiery explosion that can damage surrounding enemies and live ammo, and can be charged up to three levels. If Beck holds the charge for too longer, however, the explosion will cause Beck to overheat, leaving him vulnerable until he cools down. His Branish [=ReXelection=] gives him two: a {{spin attack}} that harms near-by enemies and deflects bullets, and another where Beck performs a powerful helm splitter attack by releasing the Attack while holding Down in mid-air.



* GoombaStomp: Beck can jump on and damage enemies by using his Seismic [=ReXelection=] form, and he can bounce off them even higher when holding the Jump button.



* LightningBruiser: How Beck fights as default. He doesn't hit particularly hard, but he strikes fast, and when he's shot a foe enough to destabilize them, he can absorb-slash-annihilate them in one "Acxelerate" dash, which he can chain together in midair and multiple directions to cross ground at high speeds. He can even put down his superpowerful specialized siblings with just a few doses of this method.

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* LightningBruiser: How Beck fights as default. He doesn't hit particularly hard, but he strikes fast, and when he's shot a foe enough to destabilize them, he can absorb-slash-annihilate them in one "Acxelerate" "[=AcXelerate=]" dash, which he can chain together in midair and multiple directions to cross ground at high speeds. He can even put down his superpowerful specialized siblings with just a few doses of this method.



* NiceJobBreakingItHero: [[spoiler: Just don't try to heal Ray or you'll make her deterioration worse. He gets it right the second time, but it doesn't stick.]]

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: [[spoiler: Just [[spoiler:Just don't try to heal Ray or you'll make her deterioration worse. He gets it right the second time, but it doesn't stick.]]



* PowerCopying: Even more extensive than the original's MegaManning powers, his entire body changes and copies the enemy robot's features, traits and powers though he doesn't look like a clone and more like a modified version of his original design.
* PowerUp: By absorbing robots of particular xel typings, Beck can gain a boost to his abilities, most commonly either making him faster or increasing the potency of his shots to the point they can pierce multiple enemies.

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* NotQuiteFlight: With Aviator's [=ReXelection=] form, he could hold up a propeller over his head that allows him to jump higher and slow down his descent.
* PowerCopying: Even more extensive than the original's MegaManning Mega Manning powers, his entire body changes and copies the enemy robot's features, traits and powers though he doesn't look like a clone and more like a modified version of his original design.
* PowerUp: By absorbing robots of particular xel typings, types, Beck can gain a boost to his abilities, most commonly either making him faster or increasing the potency of his weapons such as piercing shots to the point they can pierce multiple enemies.(Beck's buster, Electric Seed, and Frozen Liquid), shorten charge time (Fire Explosion), or increased attack radius (Remote Cannon).



* RefusalOfTheCall: Beck is not Rock. He has no directive programmed to drive him, just human emotion. And when White proposed Beck go to fight the hordes of murderous infected robots and his siblings --the most powerful robots on earth-- ''alone'', Beck decided he'd [[{{Understatement}} rather]] [[YouHaveGotToBeKiddingMe not]].

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* RefusalOfTheCall: Beck is not Rock. He has no directive programmed to drive him, just human emotion. And when White proposed Beck go to fight the hordes of murderous infected robots and his siblings --the the most powerful robots on earth-- Earth ''alone'', Beck decided he'd [[{{Understatement}} rather]] [[YouHaveGotToBeKiddingMe not]].



* ScarfOfAsskicking: Dons one when using his Brandish [=ReXelection=].



* ThirdTimesTheCharm: [[spoiler: Beck might be the ninth Mighty Number officially, but his real identity is as the final draft of William White's ongoing attempt to create a robot that can assimilate and manipulate xel to the utmost degree ''without'' going autopilot or full-psychotic.]]

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* ThirdTimesTheCharm: [[spoiler: Beck [[spoiler:Beck might be the ninth Mighty Number officially, but his real identity is as the final draft of William White's ongoing attempt to create a robot that can assimilate and manipulate xel to the utmost degree ''without'' going autopilot or full-psychotic.]]



** [[spoiler: Technically speaking, he's also "number three". He's not the first robot of his type --an android purposed to assimilate and manipulate xels-- he's just the first one who ''works''.]]

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** [[spoiler: Technically speaking, he's also "number three". He's not the first robot of his type --an an android purposed to assimilate and manipulate xels-- xels he's just the first one who ''works''.]]



The creation of Dr. Sanda, a close friend of the Mighty No. creator Dr. White, Call is like Beck in that she is herself a remarkably human robot...in everything but emotional display, that is. Monotone and straightforward, she's far less inept than the youngest Mighty No. That said, when she becomes spotter to Beck as he fights to save the world from a mysterious virus outbreak, she may find herself picking up on some of his own emotional quirks.

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The creation of Dr. Sanda, a close friend of the Mighty No. Number creator Dr. White, Call is like Beck in that she is herself a remarkably human robot... in everything but emotional display, that is. Monotone and straightforward, she's far less inept than the youngest Mighty No.Number. That said, when she becomes spotter to Beck as he fights to save the world from a mysterious virus outbreak, she may find herself picking up on some of his own emotional quirks.



* TransformingMecha: He can effectively transform into a turret ala [[Franchise/TransformersGeneration1 Transformers G1 Galvatron]].

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* TransformingMecha: He can effectively transform into a turret ala a la [[Franchise/TransformersGeneration1 Transformers G1 Galvatron]].



* SiblingYinYang: He is designed by Comcept to be Beck's "brother" character and it shows. Beck is blue. 7 is red. Beck's main weapon is a ranged weapon. 7's main weapon are melee weapons. Beck looks enthusiastic and determined. 7's grim and serious.

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* SiblingYinYang: He is designed by Comcept to be Beck's "brother" character and it shows. Beck is blue. 7 Branish is red. Beck's main weapon is a ranged weapon. 7's Branish's main weapon are melee weapons. Beck looks enthusiastic and determined. 7's Branish's grim and serious.



* TheAssimilator: Trinity does this in ''both'' senses. Not only can she rewrite a robot's programming to become a HiveMind extension of herself, she also absorbs robots directly into her physical being, both of which she combines to cover all her bases. You could only hope to fight her if you're a robot, but you can't attack her from afar, her hordes will overwhelm you, and you can't attack her directly for risk of being effectively ''eaten''. Well -- [[SuperiorSuccessor unless your name is]] ''[[TheHero Beck]]''.

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* TheAssimilator: Trinity does this in ''both'' senses. Not only can she rewrite a robot's programming to become a HiveMind extension of herself, she also absorbs robots directly into her physical being, both of which she combines to cover all her bases. You could only hope to fight her if you're a robot, but you can't attack her from afar, her hordes will overwhelm you, and you can't attack her directly for risk of being effectively ''eaten''. Well -- [[SuperiorSuccessor unless your name is]] ''[[TheHero Beck]]''.



!!RAY

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!!RAY!!RAY / [[Spoiler:Raychel]]
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* OlderThanTheyLook: Despite being child-like in size, appearance, voice, and mannerisms, Cryo is quick to note that she's the second oldest of the Mighty Numbers when she gets talked down to, particularly by Shade.
-->'''Cryo:''' I'm "ice-creaming" these bots, but there's "snow" many of them!
-->'''Shade:''' Maybe if you spent more time fighting and less on your lame puns...
-->'''Cryo:''' [[BigWhat WHAT?!]] Just remember who you're talking to Shady! I'm six whole Numbers older than you!




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* YoungerThanTheyLook: Despite having the deep, raspy voice of Creator/SteveBlum, he's actually the second youngest of the Mighty Numbers, being the model immediately preceding Beck.
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* AxCrazy: Deconstructed. She'll do whatever it takes to[[spoiler: find Dr. White]].

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* AxCrazy: Deconstructed. She'll Her actions on her absolute, utter single-minded dedication and determination to find[[spoiler: Dr. White]] shows like this. It's just that [[TheUnfettered she'll do whatever it takes to[[spoiler: to find Dr. White]].him]], meaning anyone that comes up on her path will be violently and fatally pushed aside. She does show remorse for her actions later, though.
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* QuestForIdentity: Her story mode is to find [[spoiler: Dr. White for answers about her existence.]] Given her [[spoiler:ending, well... she lost just that.]]

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* QuestForIdentity: Her story mode is to find [[spoiler: Dr. White for answers about her existence.]] Given her [[spoiler:ending, well...ending, [[spoiler:well... she lost just that.]]
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* HeartIsAnAwesomePower: Becks most noteworthy trait as a default is that his grade of emotional spectrum and potential for introspection is on par with humans. [[spoiler: It's this new system working in tandem with his two powers that makes him a walking modular antivirus of theoretically limitless capacity.]]
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A robot that has been designated as Beck's rival. Nobody knows who she is nor where she comes from, but she bears the same abilities as Beck. However, she lacks a central core in her torso, causing her body to perpetually decay, forcing her to consume other robots to survive...

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A robot that has been designated as Beck's rival. Nobody knows who she is nor where she comes from, but she bears the same abilities as Beck. However, she lacks has a central faulty core in her torso, causing her body to perpetually decay, forcing her to consume other robots to survive...
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* QuestForIdentity: Her story mode is to find [[spoiler: Dr. White for answers about her existence.]]

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* QuestForIdentity: Her story mode is to find [[spoiler: Dr. White for answers about her existence.]] Given her [[spoiler:ending, well... she lost just that.]]
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* AndIMustScream: Good ''god'', all Ray just wants to do is to find this [[IWillFindYou mysterious person]] that keeps plaguing her memory. Turns out, [[spoiler: it's her creator, Dr. White, and when she does find him after taking down all her main siblings and following him to the Robot Factory, she discovers that the infected xels are ''accelerating'' her deterioration, she in a desperate attempt at salvation, she goes to confront Trinity and save herself, but loses consciousness. She wakes up to find Beck and Dr. White, who has ordered Beck to heal her while he looks away with a troubled expression. However, after Beck restores her and she's in transport to Sanda Technologies, presumably to be given further care, she awakens, goes berserk, nearly kills the crew who was transporting her and vanishes. The healing? It made her live longer but didn't completely work, as she resumes deteriorating soon after; despite everything that's happened, Ray appears to have just [[StatusQuoIsGod reset the process anew without any real improvement.]]]]

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* AndIMustScream: Good ''god'', all Ray just wants to do is to find this [[IWillFindYou mysterious person]] that keeps plaguing her memory. Turns out, [[spoiler: it's her creator, Dr. White, and when she does find him after taking down all her main siblings and following him to the Robot Factory, she discovers that the infected xels are ''accelerating'' her deterioration, she in a desperate attempt at salvation, she goes to confront Trinity and save herself, but loses consciousness. She wakes up to find Beck and Dr. White, who has ordered Beck to heal her while he looks away with a troubled expression. However, after Beck restores her and she's in transport to Sanda Technologies, presumably to be given further care, she awakens, goes berserk, nearly kills the crew who was transporting her and vanishes. The healing? It made her live longer but didn't completely work, as she resumes deteriorating soon after; despite everything that's happened, Ray appears to have just [[StatusQuoIsGod reset the process anew without any real improvement.]]]]with a bonus: forgetting her own identity.]]



* BookEnds: When Beck finds RAY for the first time in her normal form, she spouts this line in frustration and desperation to find [[spoiler: Dr. White, strange person that she must pursue]]:[[spoiler: "I will have my answers....from '''HIM!'''"]]. She repeats that line once more in her ending on her berserk form, implied to [[spoiler: forgot everything else that happened before and the information of Dr. White, which she ''just'' remembered him as Bill. All that remains of him is a mysterious person that keeps plaguing her memory]].

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* BookEnds: When Beck finds RAY for the first time in her normal form, she spouts this line in frustration and desperation to find [[spoiler: Dr. White, strange person that she must pursue]]:[[spoiler: "I will have my answers....from '''HIM!'''"]]. She repeats that line once more in her ending on her berserk form, implied to [[spoiler: forgot forgotten everything else that happened before before, her own identity, and the information of Dr. White, which she ''just'' remembered him as Bill. All that remains of him to RAY is a mysterious person that keeps plaguing her memory]].



* GenderBlenderName: Her name is short for [[spoiler:Ra(y)chel]].

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* GenderBlenderName: Her name is short for [[spoiler:Ra(y)chel]]. It's [[spoiler: only a plot point, and she doesn't know her full name as that.]]



** One such human, most likely [[spoiler:Dr. White]] is a "heartless monster" to her, said in her tutorial cutscene. Judging from his own [[PoorCommunicationKills characteristics]] which later lead to her being abandoned, it's no wonder how she even came to simply not care for other humans in general.
* IdentityAmnesia: Implied. [[spoiler:The "Who am I?" line in the ending seems like she forgot everything what happened before and her own self which starts her right back to the beginning, making it like [[AmnesiaLoop she's stuck in a loop.]]]]

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** One such human, most likely [[spoiler:Dr. White]] human is a "heartless monster" to her, said in her tutorial cutscene. Judging from his own [[PoorCommunicationKills how she nevers touches on it and [[spoiler: Dr. White's poor characteristics]] which later lead to her being abandoned, it's no wonder how she even came to simply not care for other humans in general.
* IdentityAmnesia: Implied. [[spoiler:The "Who am I?" line in [[spoiler: On the ending seems like bonus scene after her ending, she forgot has forgotten everything what happened before and her own self identity which starts her right back to the beginning, making it like [[AmnesiaLoop she's stuck in a loop.]]]]
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