History Fridge / Megaman

7th Nov '16 10:23:56 AM onetimo
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**Maybe Zero was a three laws robot as well, only it had the logical conclusion to those three laws; some people must be sacrificed for the good of the many. People, 'ZEROTH LAW'!
14th Oct '16 9:30:08 PM nombretomado
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* This Troper just realized the beauty in giving all the [=NPCs=] names and bios in VideoGame/MegaManStarForce: It is like a social networking profile. You know them as well as you do random people you friend just to increase your friend count in FaceBook. - {{Stinkoman87}}

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* This Troper just realized the beauty in giving all the [=NPCs=] names and bios in VideoGame/MegaManStarForce: It is like a social networking profile. You know them as well as you do random people you friend just to increase your friend count in FaceBook.Website/{{Facebook}}. - {{Stinkoman87}}
8th Oct '16 6:29:22 PM Mullon
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* In Battle Network, we have the Undernet. A deep part of the internet that people fear to tread, with posters that don't disclose any names, and is subject to illegal activity and piracy. Remind you of a certain {{Image Board}}, perhaps?

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* In Battle Network, we have the Undernet. A deep part of the internet that people fear to tread, with posters that don't disclose any names, and is subject to illegal activity and piracy. Remind you of a certain {{Image Board}}, Website/FourChan, perhaps?
30th Sep '16 2:39:45 PM Dere
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* This one applies to the series as a whole: robots aren't living beings. They're just machines constructed to behave like ones. Think what that means for all the robot characters you play as or meet in the series. Mega Man, X, Zero, etc.? They're not alive, they're all just machines. Ditto for the [=NetNavis=] in the Battle Network continuity: they're just computer programs, not living beings.
30th Sep '16 2:06:35 PM MrDeath
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* This one applies to the series as a whole: robots aren't living beings. They're just machines constructed to behave like ones. Mega Man, X, Zero, and all the other robots you play as or meet in the series? They're not alive; they're just machines. Ditto for the [=NetNavis=] in the Battle Network continuity: they're just computer programs, not living beings.

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* This one applies to the series as a whole: robots aren't living beings. They're just machines constructed to behave like ones. Mega Man, X, Zero, and all the other robots you play as or meet in the series? They're not alive; they're just machines. Ditto for the [=NetNavis=] in the Battle Network continuity: they're just computer programs, not living beings.
30th Sep '16 10:39:17 AM Dere
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* This one applies to the series as a whole: robots aren't living beings. They're just machines constructed to behave like ones. Mega Man, X, Zero, and all the other robots you play as or meet in the series? They're not alive; they're just machines. Ditto for the NetNavis in the Battle Network continuity: they're just computer programs, not living beings.

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* This one applies to the series as a whole: robots aren't living beings. They're just machines constructed to behave like ones. Mega Man, X, Zero, and all the other robots you play as or meet in the series? They're not alive; they're just machines. Ditto for the NetNavis [=NetNavis=] in the Battle Network continuity: they're just computer programs, not living beings.
30th Sep '16 10:37:39 AM Dere
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* This one applies to the series as a whole: robots aren't living beings. They're just machines constructed to behave like ones. Mega Man, X, Zero, and all the other robots you play as or meet in the series? They're not alive; they're just machines. Ditto for the NetNavis in the Battle Network continuity: they're just computer programs, not living beings.



* This one applies to the series as a whole: robots aren't living beings. They're just machines constructed to behave like ones. Mega Man, X, Zero, and all the other robots you play as or meet in the series? They're not alive; they're just machines. Ditto for the NetNavis in the Battle Network continuity: they're just computer programs, not living beings.
30th Sep '16 10:36:35 AM Dere
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* This one applies to the series as a whole: robots aren't living beings. They're just machines constructed to behave like ones. Mega Man, X, Zero, and all the other robots you play as or meet in the series? They're not alive; they're just machines. Ditto for the NetNavis in the Battle Network continuity: they're just computer programs, not living beings.
23rd Aug '16 6:30:53 PM xenol
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** LetsPlay/GeminiLaser offers this one as to why Elec Man's weakness is Rolling Cutter: Scissors cut wire.
11th Jun '16 7:47:34 PM MathematicalVoid
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* Between Enker and Ballade's heads and Punk's entire body, the Mega Man Killers are all pointy to some extent. Which is fitting for a group called the Mega Man Killers, since Mega Man's greatest weakness is SpikesOfDoom.
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