History TearJerker / MegaMan

14th Aug '16 12:36:32 AM lalalei2001
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* Sword Man's death quote in ''8'' is "Nice shot."
25th Apr '16 2:57:58 PM lalalei2001
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* After Keiji Inifune resigned from Capcom in 2010, It caused the cancelling of Mega Man Legend 3. Mega Man never appeared in Marvel Vs. Capcom 3.
17th Mar '16 12:35:24 PM BuddyBoy600alt
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* After Keiji Inifune resigned from Capcom in 2010, It caused the cancelling of Mega Man Legend 3. Mega Man never appeared in Marvel Vs. Capcom 3.
13th Mar '16 8:21:04 PM rjd1922
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* The most poignant is the ending of [=BN3=], where everyone thinks [=MegaMan=] is gone for good. We see Lan four months later, still heartbroken but moving on with his life. Only after the credits does Lan's dad find a way to save [=MegaMan=].

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* The most poignant is the ending of [=BN3=], where everyone thinks [=MegaMan=] Mega Man is gone for good. We see Lan four months later, still heartbroken but moving on with his life. Only after the credits does Lan's dad find a way to save [=MegaMan=].Mega Man.
23rd Feb '16 12:39:45 AM thesleepiestspiny
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* The Doc Robot. Like in the games, it can use all eight weapons from the Masters in Megaman 2. However, instead of fighting eight Doc Robots with a weapon each, Mega Man fights just one. With ''all eight personalities of the 2 Masters.'' They're clearly angry with Megaman about being left in this state, and want to kill him, but the more they're forced to cooperate and fail as a result of clashing morals and fighting over who gets the honor of doing what, the worse their mental states get. It gets to the point where they nearly fry themselves out of frustration and sheer agony, and the fight ends with Megaman yet again solemnly performing a MercyKill as they accept their defeat.
-->"Please. Mercy. Please. Rebuild. Stop. IDIOT! Wily."
16th Feb '16 5:59:51 PM Rbade
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* Another one comes in the confrontation with Needle Man. After Mega Man breaks sequence a bit by copying Needle Cannon before beating the Master and tries to use it on him, Needle Man is not just angry, but ''mortified'' that he'd do that. When Rock insists that he doesn't want to hurt him or his brothers and asks why he doesn't just give up, we get the heartrending response; He simply can't. Needle Man deduces that Mega Man's vague programming of "help people" allows him to be more than what he was intended, while the 3 Masters have one very specific goal they don't have the leisure of defying without Copy Robot like the first generation of Masters did. Something Needle Man in particular very clearly doesn't like. The fight ends with Mega Man solemnly putting a Gemini Laser right between Needle Man's eyes. ''[[MercyKill At his request.]]''

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* Another one comes in the confrontation with Needle Man. After Mega Man breaks sequence a bit by copying Needle Cannon before beating the Master and tries to use it on him, Needle Man is not just angry, but ''mortified'' that he'd do that. When Rock insists that he doesn't want to hurt him or his brothers and asks why he doesn't just give up, we get the heartrending response; He simply can't. Needle Man deduces that Mega Man's vague programming of "help people" allows him to be more than what he was intended, while the 3 Masters have one very specific goal they don't have the leisure of defying without Copy Robot like the first generation of Masters did. Something Needle Man in particular very clearly doesn't like. The fight ends with Mega Man solemnly putting a Gemini Laser right between Needle Man's eyes. ''[[MercyKill At his his]] [[TheMegas request.]]''
26th Jan '16 10:31:16 PM lalalei2001
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** Dr. Light sees [[spoiler: the entire timeline of the main VideoGame/MegaMan continuity and laments that his contributions will lead to nothing but constant war, with future generation paying for his mistakes. He brushes this aside, believing that such things are inevitable and that there's nothing to fear as long as there people like Rock are around. The irony is that, it is his fault, but not because of what he built. As the backstories for ''VideoGame/MegaManX'' and ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'' were fleshed out, it's revealed that the problems of those series are the result of ''Dr. Wily's'' inventions being misused. If Dr. Light hadn't stood up for Wily after the Ra-Moon incident, that would've been it. Wily would've been imprisoned, with no secret Robot masters to bail him out. No Bass, no roboenza, no Zero. Even Xander Payne, who would eventually imprison and bankroll Wily as Mr. X following the events VideoGame/MegaMan3 might've let him rot. Dr. Light doomed the world, not because of his genius, but because of his compassion.]]

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** Dr. Light sees [[spoiler: the entire timeline of the main VideoGame/MegaMan Franchise/MegaMan continuity and laments that his contributions will lead to nothing but constant war, with future generation paying for his mistakes. He brushes this aside, believing that such things are inevitable and that there's nothing to fear as long as there people like Rock are around. The irony is that, that it is ''is'' his fault, but not only because of what he built. As the backstories for ''VideoGame/MegaManX'' and ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'' were fleshed out, it's revealed that many of the problems of those series are the result of ''Dr. Wily's'' inventions being misused. If Dr. Light hadn't stood up for Wily after the Ra-Moon incident, that would've been it. Wily would've been imprisoned, with no secret Robot masters Masters to bail him out. No Bass, no roboenza, Eoboenza, no Zero. Even Xander Payne, who would eventually imprison and bankroll Wily as Mr. X following the events of VideoGame/MegaMan3 might've let him rot. Dr. Light doomed the world, not because of his genius, but because of his compassion.]]
26th Jan '16 10:26:17 PM mariic
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* Issue 28 of the comic. Roll takes a Charged Shot fired by Break Man meant for the more armored Mega Man. The reactions of Rock, Cut Man, Guts Man, and Bomb Man are bad enough... but you actually see through Blues' helmet and see him looking on in horror. [[spoiler:A fan theory is that he remembers the moment in ''Worlds Collide'' when Roll repaired and healed him.]]

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* Issue 28 of the comic. Roll takes a Charged Shot fired by Break Man meant for the more armored Mega Man. The reactions of Rock, Cut Man, Guts Man, and Bomb Man are bad enough... [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone but you actually see through Blues' helmet and see him looking on in horror. horror.]] [[spoiler:A fan theory is that he remembers the moment in ''Worlds Collide'' when Roll repaired and healed him.]]
17th Jan '16 4:51:34 PM MMTrigger
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* The Short Circuit of issue #55 in which Mega Man characters from virtually all media (including the Ruby-Spears cartoon, Mega Man from ''CaptainNTheGameMaster'' and the bad box designs from ''Street Fighter x Tekken'', European version, 9 and 10) and games (save ''Battle Network'') join in on giving the comic a send off via singing Vera Lynn's ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHcunREYzNY We'll Meet Again]]''. It's very sweet as it is silly.

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* Issue #55:
** Dr. Light sees [[spoiler: the entire timeline of the main VideoGame/MegaMan continuity and laments that his contributions will lead to nothing but constant war, with future generation paying for his mistakes. He brushes this aside, believing that such things are inevitable and that there's nothing to fear as long as there people like Rock are around. The irony is that, it is his fault, but not because of what he built. As the backstories for ''VideoGame/MegaManX'' and ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'' were fleshed out, it's revealed that the problems of those series are the result of ''Dr. Wily's'' inventions being misused. If Dr. Light hadn't stood up for Wily after the Ra-Moon incident, that would've been it. Wily would've been imprisoned, with no secret Robot masters to bail him out. No Bass, no roboenza, no Zero. Even Xander Payne, who would eventually imprison and bankroll Wily as Mr. X following the events VideoGame/MegaMan3 might've let him rot. Dr. Light doomed the world, not because of his genius, but because of his compassion.]]
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The Short Circuit of issue #55 in which Mega Man characters from virtually all media (including the Ruby-Spears cartoon, Mega Man from ''CaptainNTheGameMaster'' and the bad box designs from ''Street Fighter x Tekken'', European version, 9 and 10) and games (save ''Battle Network'') join in on giving the comic a send off via singing Vera Lynn's ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHcunREYzNY We'll Meet Again]]''. It's very sweet as it is silly.
16th Jan '16 4:22:49 PM Scorntex
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* Issue 54 proves Blues just cannot catch a break. First, Wily [[spoiler:blackmails Blues into kidnapping poor little Kalinka. Then, a visit to Lalinde reveals that Wily was lying all along. Blues' core is fine.]]
** Kalinka's situation as well. [[spoiler:The little girl is kidnapped by a complete stranger at a playground, and is last seen all on her own, huddled up in a dark room so that Wily can ruin her father's reputation.]]
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