History VideoGame / MegaManZero

10th Feb '17 10:45:49 PM harharhar
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*** Surprisingly, '''Weil himself''' too. [[AllThereInTheManual The Official Complete Works]] revealed that he started the whole Elf Wars because he thinks that Reploids, [[JustAMachine being just machines]], were getting off too easy for the massive destruction caused in the Maverick Wars, especially once the plan to solve the Maverick problem was to basically install anti-virus software (the Cyber-Elves) and call things even. His stated reason for his Project Elpizo (using the Mother Elf with his "perfect Reploid", Omega, to control Reploids' minds worldwide) was to prevent any Teploid from going Maverick again. So he was more of a WellIntentionedExtremist from the start; but then he went through the MoralEventHorizon by creating the Elf Wars in the first place (and he went nuts even more during his exile). This shows how much this trope is deconstructed in this series.

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*** Surprisingly, '''Weil himself''' too. [[AllThereInTheManual The Official Complete Works]] revealed that he started the whole Elf Wars because he thinks that Reploids, [[JustAMachine being just machines]], were getting off too easy for the massive destruction caused in the Maverick Wars, especially once the plan to solve the Maverick problem was to basically install anti-virus software (the Cyber-Elves) and call things even. His stated reason for his Project Elpizo (using the Mother Elf with his "perfect Reploid", Omega, to control Reploids' minds worldwide) was to prevent any Teploid Reploid from going Maverick again. So he was more of a WellIntentionedExtremist from the start; but then he went through the MoralEventHorizon by creating the Elf Wars in the first place (and he went nuts even more during his exile). This shows how much this trope is deconstructed in this series.
10th Feb '17 4:41:28 PM Tenma-Yuuki
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* WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue: [[http://megaman.wikia.com/wiki/Vile%27s_Incident:_Eden_dome,_its_sin_and_rebirth "Vile's Incident: Eden dome, its sin and rebirth"]] is an epilogue set two years after the conclusion of the series, when [[spoiler:Zero defeated Weil]].

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* WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue: [[http://megaman.wikia.com/wiki/Vile%27s_Incident:_Eden_dome,_its_sin_and_rebirth "Vile's Incident: Eden dome, its sin and rebirth"]] is rebirth"]], on top of recapping on the events of 3 and 4 (collectively dubbed "Vile's Incident"), contains an epilogue set two years after the conclusion of the series, when [[spoiler:Zero defeated Weil]].series.
10th Feb '17 6:22:17 AM Getta
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*** Surprisingly, '''Weil himself''' too. [[AllThereInTheManual The Official Complete Works]] revealed that he started the whole Elf Wars because he thinks that Reploids, [[JustAMachine being just machines]], were getting off too easy for the massive destruction caused in the Maverick Wars, especially once the plan to solve the Maverick problem was to basically install anti-virus software (the Cyber-Elves) and call things even. So he was more of a WellIntentionedExtremist from the start; but then he went through the MoralEventHorizon by creating the Elf Wars in the first place (and he went nuts even more during his exile). This shows how much this trope is deconstructed in this series.

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*** Surprisingly, '''Weil himself''' too. [[AllThereInTheManual The Official Complete Works]] revealed that he started the whole Elf Wars because he thinks that Reploids, [[JustAMachine being just machines]], were getting off too easy for the massive destruction caused in the Maverick Wars, especially once the plan to solve the Maverick problem was to basically install anti-virus software (the Cyber-Elves) and call things even. His stated reason for his Project Elpizo (using the Mother Elf with his "perfect Reploid", Omega, to control Reploids' minds worldwide) was to prevent any Teploid from going Maverick again. So he was more of a WellIntentionedExtremist from the start; but then he went through the MoralEventHorizon by creating the Elf Wars in the first place (and he went nuts even more during his exile). This shows how much this trope is deconstructed in this series.



* WorldTree: Yggdrasil, [[spoiler:the prison of the Dark Elf]].

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* WorldTree: Yggdrasil, [[spoiler:the prison of the Dark Elf]].Elf, where X sealed himself]].



** Halfway through ''Zero 2'', your missions are all the same: you who were helpful to Commander Elpizo must now intercept the runaway [[BigBad Elpizo]]. [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption Guess what happens every time]]. Zero also failed to [[spoiler:save X's body in time, as Elpizo destroys it, releasing the tightly-shackled [[SealedEvilInACan Dark Elf]] in the process]].

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** Halfway through ''Zero 2'', your missions are all the same: you who were helpful to Commander Elpizo must now intercept the runaway [[BigBad Elpizo]]. [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption Guess what happens every time]]. Zero also failed to [[spoiler:save X's body in time, as Elpizo destroys it, releasing the tightly-shackled [[SealedEvilInACan Dark Elf]] in the process]].
9th Feb '17 7:39:24 PM ViperAcidZX
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The series lasted for four games, the first in the franchise to be given proper closure. It would spawn a sequel series, ''VideoGame/MegaManZX'', which currently stands at two installments. A CompilationRerelease of the entire saga has also been released for the UsefulNotes/NintendoDS. Inti Creates later went on to develop ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt'', a SpiritualSuccessor to the ''Mega Man Zero'' series, and as their first independent video game series.

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The series lasted for four games, the first in the franchise to be given proper closure. It would spawn a sequel series, ''VideoGame/MegaManZX'', which currently stands at two installments. A CompilationRerelease of the entire saga has also been released for the UsefulNotes/NintendoDS. Inti Creates later went on to develop ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt'', a SpiritualSuccessor {{spiritual successor}} to the ''Mega Man Zero'' series, and as their first independent video game series.
9th Feb '17 7:18:08 PM ViperAcidZX
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The series lasted for four games, the first in the franchise to be given proper closure. It would spawn a sequel series, ''VideoGame/MegaManZX'', which currently stands at two installments. A CompilationRerelease of the entire saga has also been released for the NintendoDS.

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The series lasted for four games, the first in the franchise to be given proper closure. It would spawn a sequel series, ''VideoGame/MegaManZX'', which currently stands at two installments. A CompilationRerelease of the entire saga has also been released for the NintendoDS.
UsefulNotes/NintendoDS. Inti Creates later went on to develop ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt'', a SpiritualSuccessor to the ''Mega Man Zero'' series, and as their first independent video game series.
1st Feb '17 12:01:02 PM Valen
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* YouKilledMyFather: Interestingly, used ''against'' the hero. In ''Zero 2'', Kuwagust Anchus tells Zero in their first fight that he seeks revenge for the death of his brother Herculious Anchus, who Zero killed in the first game.
15th Jan '17 12:17:21 AM Minishear
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*** A secret area containing a Cyber-elf can be found so long as Zero doesn't rush the battle with Hittite Hottide, letting the mech cause destruction up to a certain point. Does the game tell you this? [[GuideDangIt 'Course not]]. If do rush the battle, you can't access that point.
*** Lastly, there's a door to Ciel's room that will only open if your rank is A or S. Inside is a Cyber-Elf. Screwed up the ranking to the point of no return- well, then- that Elf's LOST FOREVER!!

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*** A secret area containing a Cyber-elf can be found so long as Zero doesn't rush the battle with Hittite Hottide, letting the mech cause destruction up to a certain point. Does the game tell you this? [[GuideDangIt 'Course not]]. If you do rush the battle, you can't access that point.
point. [[labelnote:But wait...]]Actually, pulling shenanigans with the Triple Rod will allow you to secure this Cyber-Elf even before fighting Hittite Hottide, let alone if you don't let him break into the building. Go into the subway area on the overworld (which consists of the first half of the "Destroy the Train" mission) and do a downward stab on the bat-like enemy (Gli-Eye) next to the second hole in the ceiling. This will give you enough of a bounce that you can hop up and wall kick into the little room where the Cyber-elf, Hapitan, waits, completely irrespective of the status of the building above.[[/labelnote]]
*** Lastly, there's a door to Ciel's room that will only open if your rank is A or S. Inside is a Cyber-Elf. Screwed up the ranking to the point of no return- well, then- that Elf's LOST FOREVER!!lost for good, but thankfully it's not a useful one to begin with.
2nd Jan '17 12:31:20 PM porkyThegrumpiest
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* DarkerAndEdgier: And [[BloodierAndGorier bloodier]], if you're playing a Japanese copy. This is the darkest saga in the series, hands down. The manga adaptation, [[LighterAndSofter on the]] [[DensierAndWackier other hand]]...

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* DarkerAndEdgier: And [[BloodierAndGorier bloodier]], if you're playing a Japanese copy. This is the darkest saga in the series, hands down. The manga adaptation, [[LighterAndSofter on the]] [[DensierAndWackier [[DenserAndWackier other hand]]...
2nd Jan '17 12:30:49 PM porkyThegrumpiest
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* DarkerAndEdgier: And [[BloodierAndGorier bloodier]], if you're playing a Japanese copy. This is the darkest saga in the series, hands down. The manga adaptation, [[LighterAndSofter on the]][[DensierAndWackier other hand]]...

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* DarkerAndEdgier: And [[BloodierAndGorier bloodier]], if you're playing a Japanese copy. This is the darkest saga in the series, hands down. The manga adaptation, [[LighterAndSofter on the]][[DensierAndWackier the]] [[DensierAndWackier other hand]]...
2nd Jan '17 12:30:30 PM porkyThegrumpiest
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* DarkerAndEdgier: And [[BloodierAndGorier bloodier]], if you're playing a Japanese copy. This is the darkest saga in the series, hands down. The manga adaptation, [[LighterAndSofter on the other hand]]...

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* DarkerAndEdgier: And [[BloodierAndGorier bloodier]], if you're playing a Japanese copy. This is the darkest saga in the series, hands down. The manga adaptation, [[LighterAndSofter on the the]][[DensierAndWackier other hand]]...
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