History FanFic / MegaManDefenderOfTheHumanRace

19th Jan '17 2:22:55 PM Jacob175
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* BrokenPedestal: Marcus Vickers becomes disenchanted with Mega Man after he mistakenly believes he was left to die by him in the aftermath of one of Wily's attacks, driving him to take his own robot warrior project public.



* HeartDrive: Similar to the integrated circuit chips from the games, robots have a memory core that houses their experiences and personality. Destroying that is tantamount to killing the robot off for good.



** By Episode 7, two years of trying a new evil scheme each week leave Wily so depleted for funds, he even briefly contemplates having to surrender. It's only through taking advantage of the increasingly desperate Vick-Tek company that he even has the funds to keep going, let along build Bass and Treble.

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** By Episode 7, two years of trying a new evil scheme each week leave Wily so depleted for funds, he even briefly contemplates having to surrender. It's only through taking advantage of the increasingly desperate Vick-Tek company that he even has the funds to keep going, let along alone build Bass and Treble.
16th Jan '17 3:42:28 PM Jacob175
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* AdaptationalBadass: [[spoiler:The Mad Grinder. In the games, it was just a mini-boss. Here, it can flatten whole armies and nearly kiss Mega Man.]]


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* OffscreenVillainDarkMatter: Like the show, the fic averts this several times.
** Cold Steel was a one-time bad guy plot in the show. Here, their money finances Wily's plans for a while from music sales.
** By Episode 7, two years of trying a new evil scheme each week leave Wily so depleted for funds, he even briefly contemplates having to surrender. It's only through taking advantage of the increasingly desperate Vick-Tek company that he even has the funds to keep going, let along build Bass and Treble.
** Episodes 12 and 13 both revolve around Wily trying to get a solid supply of cash back after spending the last bit on the Mad Grinder.
7th Dec '16 6:07:32 AM lalalei2001
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* DiscontinuityNod: Towards "those three episodes" of the Mega Man cartoon; a producer offers to make a Mega Man cartoon and gives those episodes' plot synopses. Mega politely dissuades him.
** Another one to "Curse of the Lion Men" happens in a flashback in Episode 8.
** One to "Master of Disaster" appears in Episode 9.
** One to "Night of the Living Monster Bots" happens in Episode 11.

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* DiscontinuityNod: Towards "those three episodes" of the Mega Man cartoon; a producer offers to make a Mega Man cartoon and gives those episodes' plot synopses. Mega politely dissuades him.
** Another one to "Curse
Curse of the Lion Men" happens in a flashback in Episode 8.
** One to
Men," "Master of Disaster" appears in Episode 9.
** One to
Disaster," and "Night of the Living Monster Bots" happens are references in Episode 11.tongue-in-cheek manners occasionally, as they're notorious for being poor-quality and just ''weird'', and weren't included in the story officially for those reasons.
6th Dec '16 8:09:03 PM Cakeman
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* FreudianExcuse: Subverted; while Wily does have an abusive father who colored his outlook on life, the story takes pains to show that Wily himself is a horrible man who deserves punishment.

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* FreudianExcuse: Subverted; while Wily does have an abusive father who colored his outlook on life, the story takes pains to show that Wily himself is a horrible man who deserves punishment.punishment and that he's actually worse than his father was.


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* IncorruptiblePurePureness: Since he's Dr. Wily's polar opposite, Dr. Light manages to be this. He is called Dr. Light after all.
7th Nov '16 9:31:36 PM lalalei2001
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* CallBack: The interlude to episode 15 warns of another very bad week in everyone's lives, calling back to Episode 3, which had a week punctuated by Doc's death.

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* CallBack: The interlude to episode Episode 15 warns of another very bad week in everyone's lives, calling back to Episode 3, which had a week punctuated by Doc's death.death. It takes place 3 years later to the date.



* CantKillYouStillNeedYou: With the FBI making recruiting a non-option, Tiesel is the best chance the Conduit has at making a working virus.



* NeverMyFault: Wily has this problem big-time, blaming everyone for failures except himself.
** He finally (and rightfully) blames himself for [[spoiler:[=ProtoMan=] leaving]] in the Episode 11 epilogue.

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* NeverMyFault: Wily has this problem big-time, blaming everyone for failures except himself. \n** He finally (and rightfully) blames himself for [[spoiler:[=ProtoMan=] leaving]] in the Episode 11 epilogue.
8th Aug '16 9:30:03 PM lalalei2001
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* CallBack: The interlude to episode 15 warns of another very bad week in everyone's lives, calling back to Episode 3, which had a week punctuated by Doc's death.



* DramaticIrony: Seen in Episode 10. [=ProtoMan=], who doesn't want to kill Mega Man anymore, is forced to train the Mega Man Killers, who are made to kill Mega.

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* DramaticIrony: Seen in DramaticIrony:
** In
Episode 10. 10, [=ProtoMan=], who doesn't want to kill Mega Man anymore, is forced to train the Mega Man Killers, who are made to kill Mega.


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** Dr. Cossack dismisses tabloid news of Kalinka having feelings for Mega Man, unaware that she does.
12th Jul '16 7:17:49 PM Discar
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* OutsideContextVillain: The Stardroids, extremely powerful robot aliens that no one on Earth knew about before they invaded. Their mere presence en route to Earth enabled them to scan Bass's memories and even make him go haywire, when he was the most powerful robot in the series before they arrived.

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* OutsideContextVillain: OutsideContextProblem: The Stardroids, extremely powerful robot aliens that no one on Earth knew about before they invaded. Their mere presence en route to Earth enabled them to scan Bass's memories and even make him go haywire, when he was the most powerful robot in the series before they arrived.
20th Apr '16 8:25:59 PM BJSnipers
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** Episode 14 deals with an alien invasion from the Stardroids, and has been described as so big and so important that a subplot was nearly cut out because the main plotline was so critical. During the invasion, we learn the [Stardroids share Bass's shields and power shards, and [[spoiler:Bass's shards are the essence of a Stardroid named Luna, who turns out to be the Evil Energy Robot]]. The chapter before the big fight ends with [[spoiler:Tiesel giving the virus a name: Roboenza]].

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** Episode 14 deals with an alien invasion from the Stardroids, and has been described as so big and so important that a subplot was nearly cut out because the main plotline was so critical. During the invasion, we learn the [Stardroids Stardroids share Bass's shields and power shards, and [[spoiler:Bass's shards are the essence of a Stardroid named Luna, who turns out to be the Evil Energy Robot]]. The chapter before the big fight ends with [[spoiler:Tiesel giving the virus a name: Roboenza]].
16th Apr '16 1:37:42 PM BJSnipers
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* AlwaysChaoticEvil: The Stardoids, any good ones were eliminated by Sunstar eons ago.

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* AlwaysChaoticEvil: The Stardoids, Stardroids, any good ones were eliminated by Sunstar eons ago.ago.
** Subverted on [[spoiler: Neptune, as he destroyed everything that gets in the way just to be on Stardroids' good terms, but betrays Terra at the end]].



* HeelFaceDoorSlam: Episode 14, chapter 9 has [[spoiler: Neptune; he was starting to turn on Terra in the previous chapter]].



** Episode 14 has [[spoiler: all of the Stardroids]].



** Episode 14 deals with an alien invasion from the Stardroids, and has been described as so big and so important that a subplot was nearly cut out because the main plotline was so critical. During the invasion, we learn the Stardroids share Bass's shields and power shards, and [[spoiler:Bass's shards are the essence of a Stardroid named Luna, who turns out to be the Evil Energy Robot]]. The chapter before the big fight ends with [[spoiler:Tiesel giving the virus a name: Roboenza]].

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** Episode 14 deals with an alien invasion from the Stardroids, and has been described as so big and so important that a subplot was nearly cut out because the main plotline was so critical. During the invasion, we learn the Stardroids [Stardroids share Bass's shields and power shards, and [[spoiler:Bass's shards are the essence of a Stardroid named Luna, who turns out to be the Evil Energy Robot]]. The chapter before the big fight ends with [[spoiler:Tiesel giving the virus a name: Roboenza]].
11th Apr '16 12:07:05 AM TheGingerArtist
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* DepravedBisexual: Splash Woman, who uses her hypnotic abilities to seduce male and female robots to do her bidding.


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* LoveMakesYouEvil: Bass was already a villainous character. But his misinterpretation of Roll's words caused him to go back to [[BigBad Wily]] and commit more henious acts, thinking she meant he wasn't strong enough yet for them to be together.


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* VillainousCrush: Bass has it ''really'' bad for Roll. Splash Woman for Mega Man, too.
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