History Fridge / MegaManZero

30th Nov '17 8:12:19 AM JAG001
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** The battle music for Copy X's OneWingedAngel form is also a rearrangement of the battle music used for Vile and Sigma's fortress bosses in the original ''Mega Man X''. Vile was the first boss of that game, and easily mistaken for the BigBad as a result when he's really just a pawn for Sigma, the ''actual'' BigBad. [[spoiler: Next time we see Copy X, he's revealed to be a pawn for the ''Zero'' series' BiggerBad, Dr. Weil.]]

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** The battle music for Copy X's OneWingedAngel form form, "Fake", is also a rearrangement of the battle music used for Vile and Sigma's fortress bosses in the original ''Mega Man X''. To date, Vile was the first boss of that game, and easily mistaken for has ''never'' been the BigBad as a result when in ''any'' game he's really just appeared in; the most he's ever been is a pawn or TheDragon for Sigma, the ''actual'' BigBad. X series' perennial BiggerBad. [[spoiler: Next time we see Copy X, he's revealed to be a pawn for the ''Zero'' series' series BiggerBad, Dr. Weil.]]Weil, who's also been pulling the strings for the entire series. ''Copy X is a fake BigBad.'']]
28th Nov '17 1:06:33 PM JAG001
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** The battle music for Copy X's OneWingedAngel form is also a rearrangement of the battle music used for Vile and Sigma's fortress bosses in the original Mega Man X. Appropriate, given Zero's opinion of Copy X. He sees Copy-X the same way he saw Vile; a villainous rebel without a cause to fight for who could only ever be the BigBad of ''anything'' if there wasn't some BiggerBad for him to be a pawn of. [[spoiler: We meet the BiggerBad in ''Zero 2''.]]

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** The battle music for Copy X's OneWingedAngel form is also a rearrangement of the battle music used for Vile and Sigma's fortress bosses in the original Mega ''Mega Man X. Appropriate, given Zero's opinion of Copy X. He sees Copy-X X''. Vile was the same way he saw Vile; a villainous rebel without a cause to fight first boss of that game, and easily mistaken for who could only ever be the BigBad of ''anything'' if there wasn't some BiggerBad as a result when he's really just a pawn for him Sigma, the ''actual'' BigBad. [[spoiler: Next time we see Copy X, he's revealed to be a pawn of. [[spoiler: We meet for the BiggerBad in ''Zero 2''.''Zero'' series' BiggerBad, Dr. Weil.]]
26th Nov '17 2:46:36 PM JAG001
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** The battle music for Copy X's OneWingedAngel form is also a rearrangement of the battle music used for Vile and Sigma's fortress bosses in the original Mega Man X. Appropriate, given Zero's opinion of Copy X. He sees Copy-X the same way he saw Vile; a villainous rebel with no cause to fight for who could only ever be the BigBad of ''anything'' if there wasn't some BiggerBad for him to be a pawn to. [[spoiler: We meet the BiggerBad in ''Zero 2''.]]

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** The battle music for Copy X's OneWingedAngel form is also a rearrangement of the battle music used for Vile and Sigma's fortress bosses in the original Mega Man X. Appropriate, given Zero's opinion of Copy X. He sees Copy-X the same way he saw Vile; a villainous rebel with no without a cause to fight for who could only ever be the BigBad of ''anything'' if there wasn't some BiggerBad for him to be a pawn to.of. [[spoiler: We meet the BiggerBad in ''Zero 2''.]]
26th Nov '17 2:45:16 PM JAG001
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** The battle music for Copy X's OneWingedAngel form is also a rearrangement of the battle music used for Vile and Sigma's fortress bosses in the original Mega Man X. Appropriate, given Zero's opinion of Copy X. He sees Copy-X the same way he saw Vile; a villainous rebel with no cause to fight for who could only ever be the BigBad of ''anything'' if there wasn't some BiggerBad for him to be a pawn to. [[spoiler: We meet the BiggerBad in ''Zero 2''.]]
10th Nov '17 8:58:20 PM JAG001
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** It was also in the underground lab Ciel found Zero in, so that data probably included backups of Zero's memories, in addition to blueprints for his weapons. So this might also be why he never completely recovers from his EasyAmnesia.

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** It was also in the underground lab Ciel found Zero in, so that data probably included backups of Zero's memories, in addition to blueprints for his weapons. So this mission might also be why he never completely recovers from his EasyAmnesia.
IdentityAmnesia.
10th Nov '17 8:53:18 PM JAG001
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* In the first game, you're sent to retrieve data from the intro level. When you get back with it, Ciel laments that aside from the Triple Rod and Shield Boomerang blueprints, most of the data was corrupted and useless. Because it was stored on the server inside the boss you shot at, electrocuted, and/or sliced in half to get to it. [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Oops.]]
** It was also in the underground lab Ciel found Zero in, so that data probably included backups of Zero's memories, in addition to blueprints for his weapons.

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* In the first game, you're sent to retrieve data from the intro level. When you get back with it, Ciel laments that aside from the Triple Rod and Shield Boomerang blueprints, most of the data was corrupted and useless. Because it It was stored on the in a server inside in Maha Ganeshariff's body. Maha Ganeshariff's elemental weakness was the boss you shot at, electrocuted, and/or sliced in half to get to it. Thunder Chip. [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Oops.]]
What happens to data when the server it's stored on gets zapped by lightning multiple times?]]
** It was also in the underground lab Ciel found Zero in, so that data probably included backups of Zero's memories, in addition to blueprints for his weapons.
weapons. So this might also be why he never completely recovers from his EasyAmnesia.
3rd Nov '17 1:52:03 PM JAG001
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* In the first game, you're sent to retrieve data from the intro level. When you get back with it, Ciel laments that most of the data was corrupted and useless; they were only able to recover enough of it to create the Triple Rod and Shield Boomerang. Because it was stored on the server inside the boss you shot at, electrocuted, and/or sliced in half to get to it. [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Oops.]]

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* In the first game, you're sent to retrieve data from the intro level. When you get back with it, Ciel laments that aside from the Triple Rod and Shield Boomerang blueprints, most of the data was corrupted and useless; they were only able to recover enough of it to create the Triple Rod and Shield Boomerang.useless. Because it was stored on the server inside the boss you shot at, electrocuted, and/or sliced in half to get to it. [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Oops.]]
3rd Nov '17 1:51:09 PM JAG001
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* In the first game, you're sent to retrieve data from the intro level. When you get back with it, Ciel laments that most of the data was corrupted and useless; they were only able to recover enough of it to create the Triple Rod and Shield Boomerang. Because it was stored on the server inside the boss you shot at, electrocuted, and/or sliced in half to get to it. And it was in the lab Zero was found in before Maha Ganeshariff got to it, so that data probably included backups of Zero's memories, in addition to blueprints for his weapons. [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Whoops.]]

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* In the first game, you're sent to retrieve data from the intro level. When you get back with it, Ciel laments that most of the data was corrupted and useless; they were only able to recover enough of it to create the Triple Rod and Shield Boomerang. Because it was stored on the server inside the boss you shot at, electrocuted, and/or sliced in half to get to it. And it was in the lab Zero was found in before Maha Ganeshariff got to it, so that data probably included backups of Zero's memories, in addition to blueprints for his weapons. [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Whoops.Oops.]]
** It was also in the underground lab Ciel found Zero in, so that data probably included backups of Zero's memories, in addition to blueprints for his weapons.
3rd Nov '17 1:48:05 PM JAG001
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* In the first game, you're sent to retrieve data from the intro level. When you get back with it, Ciel laments that most of the data was corrupted and useless; they were only able to recover enough of it to create the Triple Rod and Shield Boomerang. Because it was stored on the server inside the boss you shot at, electrocuted, and/or sliced in half to get to it. And it was in the lab Zero was found in before Maha Ganeshariff got to it, so that data probably included backups of Zero's memories, in addition to blueprints for his weapons. [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Whoops.]]
27th Oct '17 7:41:46 PM JAG001
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** X and Zero have both fought OneWingedAngel bosses many times before, and so they would know how to exploit BossArenaIdiocy to their advantage. Copy-X does not have that experience, and his OneWingedAngel form has all the same design flaws Sigma's various forms had in the previous series.

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** X and Zero have both fought OneWingedAngel bosses many times before, and so they would know how to exploit BossArenaIdiocy to their advantage. Copy-X does not have that experience, and his OneWingedAngel form has all the same design flaws Sigma's various forms had in the previous series.
plenty of BossArenaIdiocy for Zero to take advantage of.
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