History WebAnimation / MegaManDiesAtTheEnd

2nd Dec '16 7:28:24 PM BadAsp
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: Listen to Wily when the Killbot in "The Showdown" appears. He says "Holy Shazazakaisa (However that's pronounced) ... roll ... um ... like the bread." [[spoiler:Roll is the pilot of the Killbot.]]

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: Listen to Wily when the Killbot in "The Showdown" appears. He says "Holy Shazazakaisa (However that's pronounced) ...Scheisse on a Kaiser ... roll ... um ... like the bread." [[spoiler:Roll is the pilot of the Killbot.]]
4th Nov '16 6:50:14 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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** Depending on whether or not One considers Guts Man a good or bad guy in the games, him too.

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** Depending on whether or not One one considers Guts Man a good or bad guy in the games, him too.
21st Oct '16 8:11:51 PM TheTropper
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''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxN2-KTCyUo Mega Man Dies At The End]]'' is a parody series of VideoGame/MegaMan made by Creator/LowbrowStudios, who is known for making WebAnimation/SonicForHire (And now, WebAnimation/MortyKombat). The series has a similar premise to ''Sonic For Hire'', as Mega Man visits various video games. He's also washed up as well, but its for a different reason other than screwing around with money. He has been trying to find Roll (His sister), and after defeating Dr. Wily fifteen years ago, he started slowly disappearing and moving to the countryside with his Robot Dog Rush. In the present, a mysterious robot [[spoiler:who turns out to be Roll in disguise wanting to give Mega Man revenge]] visits Mega Man and tells him that "he's up for one last job" and that they know information about Roll, along with offering him a huge reward. The "mysterious man" turns out to have Guts Man work for him too, who serves as Mega Man's guide for the missions. Guts Man tells him to get powerups that will help him with a really big job, [[spoiler:which ends up breaking Dr. Wily from jail and forcing Mega Man and the evil doctor to be fugitives. Guts Man has to join them too. It is ultimately revealed that Mega Man was tricked by the mysterious robot and Roll ultimately died. However, another twist was revealed that '''Roll''' was ultimately the mysterious robot who baited Mega Man to free Wily so she could kill the both of them at once, before ultimately being foiled by her brother]].

At the end of Season 1, [[spoiler:Fake Man chased after Mega Man and Wily returns to Wily's Castle]] and threatens to shoot them, however Wily says that they have bombs all over the place. [[spoiler:An explosion then occurs, making us think that everybody inside the castle died. However, there was never an explosion]]. Mega Man and Wily escape, but they land on the ground and Mega Man faints and gets taken to a hospital, where he is put on a bed. Guts Man, [[spoiler:who got killed by Roll, returns as a ghost as well]]. He shows Mega Man past events of his life and tries to convince Mega Man to change, but [[spoiler:Mega Man is instead convinced to become more of a jerk and Guts Man gets sent to Hell]]. Mega Man escapes the hospital with Dr. Wily and they are currently on the lam, although [[spoiler:Bomb Man got arrested earlier]]. Ultimately, [[spoiler:X, Zero, Bass, and Proto Man]] get sick of the ''Film/PulpFiction'' references so they try to chase and kill Mega Man and anyone associated with them. [[spoiler:Sonic ultimately killed Mega Man]].

Unlike SonicForHire, this series is continuous and Mega Man doesn't screw up his jobs.

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''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxN2-KTCyUo Mega Man Dies At The End]]'' is a parody series of VideoGame/MegaMan made by Creator/LowbrowStudios, who is known for making WebAnimation/SonicForHire (And now, WebAnimation/MortyKombat). The series has a similar premise to ''Sonic For Hire'', as Mega Man visits various video games. He's also washed up as well, but its for a different reason other than screwing around with money. He has been trying to find Roll (His sister), and after defeating Dr. Wily fifteen years ago, he started slowly disappearing and moving to the countryside with his Robot Dog Rush. In the present, a mysterious robot [[spoiler:who turns out to be Roll in disguise wanting to give Mega Man revenge]] visits Mega Man and tells him that "he's up for one last job" and that they know information about Roll, along with offering him a huge reward. The "mysterious man" mysterious robot turns out to have Guts Man work for him too, who serves as Mega Man's guide for the missions. Guts Man tells him to get powerups that will help him with a really big job, [[spoiler:which ends up breaking Dr. Wily from jail and forcing Mega Man and the evil doctor to be fugitives. Guts Man has to join them too. It is ultimately revealed that Mega Man was tricked by the mysterious robot and Roll ultimately died. However, another twist was revealed that '''Roll''' was ultimately the mysterious robot who baited Mega Man to free Wily so she could kill the both of them at once, before ultimately being foiled by her brother]].

At the end of Season 1, [[spoiler:Fake Man chased after Mega Man and Wily returns to Wily's Castle]] and threatens to shoot them, however Wily says that they have bombs all over the place. [[spoiler:An explosion then occurs, making us think that everybody inside the castle died. However, there was never an explosion]]. Mega Man and Wily escape, but they land on the ground and Mega Man faints and gets taken to a hospital, where he is put on a bed. Guts Man, [[spoiler:who got killed by Roll, returns as a ghost as well]]. He shows Mega Man past events of his life and tries to convince Mega Man to change, but [[spoiler:Mega Man is instead convinced to become more of a jerk and Guts Man gets sent to Hell]]. Mega Man escapes the hospital with Dr. Wily and they are currently on the lam, although [[spoiler:Bomb Man got arrested earlier]]. Ultimately, [[spoiler:X, Zero, Bass, and Proto Man]] get sick of the ''Film/PulpFiction'' references so they try to chase and kill Mega Man and anyone associated with them. [[spoiler:Sonic ultimately killed Mega Man]].

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Unlike SonicForHire, this series is continuous and Sonic in ''WebAnimation/SonicForHire'', Mega Man doesn't screw up his jobs.



* {{Crossover}}: he meets VideoGame/BattleToads, Balloon Fighter, Samus, and Bomberman. [[ContinuityNod The Bomberman he encounters is the brother of the Bomberman]] from WebAnimation/SonicForHire.

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* {{Crossover}}: he Mega Man meets VideoGame/BattleToads, Balloon Fighter, Samus, and Bomberman. [[ContinuityNod The Bomberman he encounters is the brother of the Bomberman]] from WebAnimation/SonicForHire.
23rd Sep '16 12:12:11 PM StongRadd
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* UnexplainedRecovery: [[spoiler:Guts Man lives, [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold much to Mega Man's relief and brief confusion]].]]

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* UnexplainedRecovery: [[spoiler:Guts Man lives, [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold much to Mega Man's relief relief]] and [[LampshadeHanging brief confusion]].]]
26th Jul '16 1:56:04 PM TheJayman49
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** LighterAndSofter: On the other hand, it's not as foul-mouthed as ''Sonic For Hire'' and a lot of it's humor isn't as dark.

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** LighterAndSofter: On the other hand, it's not the characters aren't as foul-mouthed as ''Sonic For Hire'' and a lot of it's the humor isn't as dark.is pretty tame.
12th Jun '16 11:39:32 AM TheJayman49
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* DarkerAndEdgier: Compared to the original games, very much so. Compared to ''WebAnimation/SonicForHire'' as well, being much more serious than said series.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Compared to the original games, very much so. Compared to ''WebAnimation/SonicForHire'' as well, being much more serious than said the aforementioned series.
12th Jun '16 11:38:55 AM TheJayman49
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* BlackComedy: Not as rampant as ''Sonic For Hire'' but it still pops up every now and then.



* DarkerAndEdgier: Compared to the original games, very much so. Compared to WebAnimation/SonicForHire as well. At the same time, it's not as foul-mouthed as Sonic for Hire.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Compared to the original games, very much so. Compared to WebAnimation/SonicForHire ''WebAnimation/SonicForHire'' as well. At well, being much more serious than said series.
** LighterAndSofter: On
the same time, other hand, it's not as foul-mouthed as Sonic for Hire.''Sonic For Hire'' and a lot of it's humor isn't as dark.
22nd Mar '16 9:39:42 PM TheTropper
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12th Mar '16 7:18:05 PM TheJayman49
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* TakeThat: Whether or not it was intended to be a Take That, the entirety of "The Po Po Situation" was pretty much a huge jab towards {{Comicbook/Aquaman}}.

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* TakeThat: Whether or not it was intended to be a Take That, the The entirety of "The Po Po Situation" was appears to have been pretty much a huge jab towards {{Comicbook/Aquaman}}.
14th Sep '15 5:15:05 PM TheJayman49
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* TakeThat: The entirety of "The Po Po Situation" was pretty much a huge jab towards {{Comicbook/Aquaman}}.

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* TakeThat: The Whether or not it was intended to be a Take That, the entirety of "The Po Po Situation" was pretty much a huge jab towards {{Comicbook/Aquaman}}.
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