History YMMV / MegaManZero

2nd Jan '17 2:48:57 PM Tenma-Yuuki
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* {{Moe}}: Ciel, see TheWoobie below.
8th Dec '16 7:38:23 AM Minishear
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* GoodBadBug: The Orbit Shield. Basically, there are two flavors. The first is where you throw the Shield Boomerang, then rush forward and start jumping over it so that you don't catch it and it goes in a circle indefinitely, and the other is the "automatic" version where you jump and throw it against something it'll bounce off of, allowing you to stand idle and let it do its thing (orbit around you, hence the name). While its utility is pretty limited, it makes for a fantastic method of leveling up the Shield Boomerang by making it so you don't have to charge it over and over, as you can do the automatic version in both Zero 1 and Zero 2 (In Z1 on the infinitely recovering tower enemies in the overworld version of the second stage, destroy one block of them first and bounce it off the top, and in Phoenix Magnion's stage in Z2, off the infinitely rising lava buckets). The manual version can also be used to farm kills in Burble Hekelot's stage for the Defense Form without wasting precious time charging it over and over (on the pair of enemies that jump up from the bottom of the screen together and spawn infinitely, before entering the temple portion).
2nd Dec '16 8:05:55 PM Minishear
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** The Bombardment Aircraft. You start off leaping between moving shuttlecraft which ''shoot at you'' while you're using them as platforms, on top of Pantheons shooting at you on top of them, requiring perfect timing so as to not to be knocked into the massive BottomlessPit. Once past that section, you have to fight a miniboss who fires fast-moving, area-damage missiles at you until you hit it. When you hit it, it drops a row of bombs which can only be avoided by standing exactly where it was previously hovering. Then you navigate through a series of timed stage hazards that will eat right through your tiny lifebar and require expert timing to pass unharmed. ''Then'' you have to do a HoldTheLine section protecting Ciel for 90 seconds, which counts for basically your entire mission score. If she gets hit, goodbye A or S rank. Naturally, this is a BulletHell sequence plus the Pantheons who you have to hit while blocking every bullet. This also ends with a very powerful boss.

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** The Bombardment Aircraft. You start off leaping between moving shuttlecraft which ''shoot at you'' while you're using them as platforms, on top of Pantheons shooting at you on top of them, requiring perfect timing so as to not to be knocked into the massive BottomlessPit. Once past that section, you have to fight a miniboss who fires fast-moving, area-damage missiles at you until you hit it. When you hit it, it drops a row of bombs which can only be avoided by standing exactly where it was previously hovering. Then you navigate through a series of timed stage hazards that will eat right through your tiny lifebar and require expert timing to pass unharmed. ''Then'' you have to do a HoldTheLine section protecting Ciel for 90 seconds, which counts for basically your entire mission score. If she gets hit, goodbye A or S rank. Naturally, this is a BulletHell sequence plus the Pantheons who you have to hit while blocking every bullet. This also ends with a very powerful boss. [[note]]It should be noted that the miniboss, a gunship styled after a ladybug, is EXTREMELY weak to Ice, to the point that in not-Hard Mode, it's possible to [[OneHitKill off it in one shot]] by using the Chain Rod's charged attack and the Ice Chip.[[/note]]
2nd Dec '16 3:45:38 PM TheNewBig
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* MoralEventHorizon: Copy X was just more of being morally ambiguous in the first game (performing genocide on Reploids because of the energy crisis, supposedly for the better for humanity). However, in the third game, he's willing to launch a missile to a city block full of innocent humans just to obtain the Dark Elf. At this point, HeroAntagonist [[NobleTopEnforcer Harpuia]] can't stand it anymore and defects from Neo Arcadia. A bit later, when Copy X and Weil contact the resistance to cooperate, [[RebelLeader Ciel]] cites this event as why they can't be trusted. To be fair, Copy X is reborn as Copy X Mk. II by the ObviouslyEvil Dr. Weil and he also manipulates Copy X to do so. Clearly Weil must have done things in him, including the ElectronicSpeechImpediment and [[spoiler:the booby trap implanted in his body which activates when he goes OneWingedAngel]].

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* MoralEventHorizon: Copy X was just more of being morally ambiguous had pretty much already crossed the line in the first game (performing by committing genocide on Reploids because of but at the energy crisis, supposedly for very least he did seem to think it the better for humanity). However, in best option. In the third game, he's willing to launch a missile to a city block full of innocent humans who just happen to be in his way just to obtain the Dark Elf. At this point, HeroAntagonist [[NobleTopEnforcer Harpuia]] can't stand it anymore and defects from Neo Arcadia. A bit later, when Copy X and Weil contact the resistance to cooperate, [[RebelLeader Ciel]] cites this event as why they can't be trusted. To be fair, Copy X is reborn as Copy X Mk. II by the ObviouslyEvil Dr. Weil and he also manipulates Copy X to do so. Clearly Weil must have done things in him, including the ElectronicSpeechImpediment and [[spoiler:the booby trap implanted in his body which activates when he goes OneWingedAngel]].
21st Oct '16 8:08:01 AM ExSlacker
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** Dr.Weil, even from the start, had pretty warped ideas of right and wrong, blaming the entire Reploid race for the crimes of the Mavericks. It's entirely possible all the suffering and destruction around him at the time (The Maverick Wars, the fall of Doppler Town, the Sky Lagoon Disaster, Repliforce's rebellion, a colony drop, the emergence of yet ''another'' strain of the Maverick Virus, ''and'' a large-scale rebellion by the new generation reploids, all in his lifetime) left him severely unhinged.

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** Dr. Weil, even from the start, had pretty warped ideas of right and wrong, blaming the entire Reploid race for the crimes of the Mavericks. It's entirely possible all the suffering and destruction around him at the time (The Maverick Wars, the fall of Doppler Town, the Sky Lagoon Disaster, Repliforce's rebellion, a colony drop, the emergence of yet ''another'' strain of the Maverick Virus, ''and'' a large-scale rebellion by the new generation reploids, all in his lifetime) left him severely unhinged.unhinged.
** Another point for Weil is that the ColonyDrop he was planning might be the only means he thinks he has left to [[DeathSeeker finally]] [[WhoWantsToLiveForever die]], and his VillainBall during the final act of the game is actually an act of goading Zero into finishing him off.
4th Sep '16 1:50:58 PM superboy313
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* CompleteMonster: * Dr. Weil is notable in being one of the most evil beings in the ''Franchise/MegaMan'' series despite only appearing in a few games. Following the peaceful resolution of the Maverick Wars by the sentient superprogram, the Mother Elf, Weil decided that Reploids needed to pay for their crimes. To this end, Weil corrupted Mother Elf by turning her into the Dark Elf, and triggered the Elf Wars. Weil used the Dark Elf and her children, the Baby Elves, to control Reploids and force them to fight each other in massive battles, which resulted in the deaths of 90% of all Reploids and 60% of all humans. Defeated, exiled and transferred into a mechanical body for his crimes, Weil eventually returned one hundred years later, consumed with a thirst for vengeance directed at all life for the perceived crimes against him. Weaseling his way into becoming the supreme ruler of Neo Arcadia, Weil turns it into a [[DystopiaJustifiesTheMeans dystopian hellhole]]. When he breaks his citizens to the point where they're desperate enough to risk escaping into the wastelands to form their own colony, Weil decides to obliterate their new home with a KillSat. When his KillSat is disabled, Weil attempts to [[ColonyDrop drop it upon the colony]], killing everyone in the region. Cruel, megalomaniacal and displaying an unprecedented level of sadism in the series, Weil reveled in the suffering of others and desired nothing less than to make human and reploid alike feel like their existences were living deaths.

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* CompleteMonster: * [[BigBad Dr. Weil Weil]] is notable in for being one of the most evil beings in the ''Franchise/MegaMan'' series despite only appearing in a few games. Following the peaceful resolution of the Maverick Wars by the sentient superprogram, the Mother Elf, Weil decided that Reploids needed to pay for their crimes. To this end, Weil corrupted Mother Elf by turning her into the Dark Elf, and triggered the Elf Wars. Weil used the Dark Elf and her children, the Baby Elves, to control Reploids and force them to fight each other in massive battles, which resulted in the deaths of 90% of all Reploids and 60% of all humans. Defeated, exiled and transferred into a mechanical body for his crimes, Weil eventually returned one hundred years later, consumed with a thirst for vengeance directed at all life for the perceived crimes against him. Weaseling his way into becoming the supreme ruler of Neo Arcadia, Weil turns it into a [[DystopiaJustifiesTheMeans dystopian hellhole]]. When he breaks his citizens to the point where they're desperate enough to risk escaping into the wastelands to form their own colony, Weil decides to obliterate their new home with a KillSat. When his KillSat is disabled, Weil attempts to [[ColonyDrop drop it upon the colony]], killing everyone in the region. Cruel, megalomaniacal and displaying an unprecedented level of sadism in the series, Weil reveled in the suffering of others and desired nothing less than to make human and reploid alike feel like their existences were living deaths.
20th Jul '16 9:42:10 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* CompleteMonster: Dr. Weil is notable in being one of the most evil beings in the ''Franchise/MegaMan'' series despite only appearing in a few games. Despite the peaceful resolution of the Maverick Wars by the sentient superprogram, the Mother Elf, Weil decided that the entire Reploid race, cured or not, should pay for the crimes of the Mavericks. [[MoralMyopia Including ones who'd never been Maverick and the Maverick ''Hunters'' who fought against them.]] To this end, Weil corrupted Mother Elf by turning her into the Dark Elf, and triggered the Elf Wars. Weil used the Dark Elf and her children, the Baby Elves, to brainwash Reploids and force them to slaughter eachother in droves, resulting in the deaths of 90% of all Reploids and 60% of all humans. Defeated, exiled and transferred into a mechanical body for his crimes, Weil eventually returned one hundred years later, consumed with a thirst for vengeance directed at all life for the perceived crimes against him. Weaseling his way into becoming the supreme ruler of Neo Arcadia, Weil turns it into a [[DystopiaJustifiesTheMeans dystopian hellhole]]. When he breaks his citizens to the point where they're desperate enough to risk escaping into the wastelands to form their own colony, Weil decides to obliterate their new home with a KillSat. When his KillSat is disabled, Weil attempts to [[ColonyDrop drop it upon the colony]], killing everyone in the region. Cruel, megalomaniacal, delusional and displaying an unprecedented level of sadism in the series, Weil reveled in the suffering of others and desired nothing less than to make human and reploid alike feel like their existences were living deaths.

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* CompleteMonster: * Dr. Weil is notable in being one of the most evil beings in the ''Franchise/MegaMan'' series despite only appearing in a few games. Despite Following the peaceful resolution of the Maverick Wars by the sentient superprogram, the Mother Elf, Weil decided that the entire Reploid race, cured or not, should Reploids needed to pay for the crimes of the Mavericks. [[MoralMyopia Including ones who'd never been Maverick and the Maverick ''Hunters'' who fought against them.]] their crimes. To this end, Weil corrupted Mother Elf by turning her into the Dark Elf, and triggered the Elf Wars. Weil used the Dark Elf and her children, the Baby Elves, to brainwash control Reploids and force them to slaughter eachother fight each other in droves, resulting massive battles, which resulted in the deaths of 90% of all Reploids and 60% of all humans. Defeated, exiled and transferred into a mechanical body for his crimes, Weil eventually returned one hundred years later, consumed with a thirst for vengeance directed at all life for the perceived crimes against him. Weaseling his way into becoming the supreme ruler of Neo Arcadia, Weil turns it into a [[DystopiaJustifiesTheMeans dystopian hellhole]]. When he breaks his citizens to the point where they're desperate enough to risk escaping into the wastelands to form their own colony, Weil decides to obliterate their new home with a KillSat. When his KillSat is disabled, Weil attempts to [[ColonyDrop drop it upon the colony]], killing everyone in the region. Cruel, megalomaniacal, delusional megalomaniacal and displaying an unprecedented level of sadism in the series, Weil reveled in the suffering of others and desired nothing less than to make human and reploid alike feel like their existences were living deaths.
20th Jul '16 9:35:06 PM TheNewBig
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* CompleteMonster: Dr. Weil is notable in being one of the most evil beings in the ''Franchise/MegaMan'' series despite only appearing in a few games. Following the peaceful resolution of the Maverick Wars by the sentient superprogram, the Mother Elf, Weil decided that Reploids needed to pay for their crimes. To this end, Weil corrupted Mother Elf by turning her into the Dark Elf, and triggered the Elf Wars. Weil used the Dark Elf and her children, the Baby Elves, to control Reploids and force them to fight each other in massive battles, which resulted in the deaths of 90% of all Reploids and 60% of all humans. Defeated, exiled and transferred into a mechanical body for his crimes, Weil eventually returned one hundred years later, consumed with a thirst for vengeance directed at all life for the perceived crimes against him. Weaseling his way into becoming the supreme ruler of Neo Arcadia, Weil turns it into a [[DystopiaJustifiesTheMeans dystopian hellhole]]. When he breaks his citizens to the point where they're desperate enough to risk escaping into the wastelands to form their own colony, Weil decides to obliterate their new home with a KillSat. When his KillSat is disabled, Weil attempts to [[ColonyDrop drop it upon the colony]], killing everyone in the region. Cruel, megalomaniacal and displaying an unprecedented level of sadism in the series, Weil reveled in the suffering of others and desired nothing less than to make human and reploid alike feel like their existences were living deaths.

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* CompleteMonster: Dr. Weil is notable in being one of the most evil beings in the ''Franchise/MegaMan'' series despite only appearing in a few games. Following Despite the peaceful resolution of the Maverick Wars by the sentient superprogram, the Mother Elf, Weil decided that Reploids needed to the entire Reploid race, cured or not, should pay for their crimes. the crimes of the Mavericks. [[MoralMyopia Including ones who'd never been Maverick and the Maverick ''Hunters'' who fought against them.]] To this end, Weil corrupted Mother Elf by turning her into the Dark Elf, and triggered the Elf Wars. Weil used the Dark Elf and her children, the Baby Elves, to control brainwash Reploids and force them to fight each other slaughter eachother in massive battles, which resulted droves, resulting in the deaths of 90% of all Reploids and 60% of all humans. Defeated, exiled and transferred into a mechanical body for his crimes, Weil eventually returned one hundred years later, consumed with a thirst for vengeance directed at all life for the perceived crimes against him. Weaseling his way into becoming the supreme ruler of Neo Arcadia, Weil turns it into a [[DystopiaJustifiesTheMeans dystopian hellhole]]. When he breaks his citizens to the point where they're desperate enough to risk escaping into the wastelands to form their own colony, Weil decides to obliterate their new home with a KillSat. When his KillSat is disabled, Weil attempts to [[ColonyDrop drop it upon the colony]], killing everyone in the region. Cruel, megalomaniacal megalomaniacal, delusional and displaying an unprecedented level of sadism in the series, Weil reveled in the suffering of others and desired nothing less than to make human and reploid alike feel like their existences were living deaths.
19th Jul '16 7:35:09 AM ElloMe
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Dr. Weil is notable in being one of the most evil beings in the ''Franchise/MegaMan'' series despite only appearing in a few games. Following the peaceful resolution of the Maverick Wars by the sentient superprogram, the Mother Elf, Weil decided that Reploids needed to pay for their crimes. To this end, Weil corrupted Mother Elf by turning her into the Dark Elf, and triggered the Elf Wars. Weil used the Dark Elf and her children, the Baby Elves, to control Reploids and force them to fight each other in massive battles, which resulted in the deaths of 90% of all Reploids and 60% of all humans. Defeated, exiled and transferred into a mechanical body for his crimes, Weil eventually returned one hundred years later, consumed with a thirst for vengeance directed at all life for the perceived crimes against him. Weaseling his way into becoming the supreme ruler of Neo Arcadia, Weil turns it into a [[DystopiaJustifiesTheMeans dystopian hellhole]]. When he breaks his citizens to the point where they're desperate enough to risk escaping into the wastelands to form their own colony, Weil decides to obliterate their new home with a KillSat. When his KillSat is disabled, Weil attempts to [[ColonyDrop drop it upon the colony]], killing everyone in the region. Cruel, megalomaniacal and displaying an unprecedented level of sadism in the series, Weil reveled in the suffering of others and desired nothing less than to make human and reploid alike feel like their existences were living deaths.

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*CompleteMonster: Dr. Weil is notable in being one of the most evil beings in the ''Franchise/MegaMan'' series despite only appearing in a few games. Following the peaceful resolution of the Maverick Wars by the sentient superprogram, the Mother Elf, Weil decided that Reploids needed to pay for their crimes. To this end, Weil corrupted Mother Elf by turning her into the Dark Elf, and triggered the Elf Wars. Weil used the Dark Elf and her children, the Baby Elves, to control Reploids and force them to fight each other in massive battles, which resulted in the deaths of 90% of all Reploids and 60% of all humans. Defeated, exiled and transferred into a mechanical body for his crimes, Weil eventually returned one hundred years later, consumed with a thirst for vengeance directed at all life for the perceived crimes against him. Weaseling his way into becoming the supreme ruler of Neo Arcadia, Weil turns it into a [[DystopiaJustifiesTheMeans dystopian hellhole]]. When he breaks his citizens to the point where they're desperate enough to risk escaping into the wastelands to form their own colony, Weil decides to obliterate their new home with a KillSat. When his KillSat is disabled, Weil attempts to [[ColonyDrop drop it upon the colony]], killing everyone in the region. Cruel, megalomaniacal and displaying an unprecedented level of sadism in the series, Weil reveled in the suffering of others and desired nothing less than to make human and reploid alike feel like their existences were living deaths.
16th Jul '16 8:51:58 AM Sith_1ord
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** Kuwagust Anchus from ''Zero 2'' becomes nigh-impossible on Hard Mode if you have an A or S rank. He moves quickly and his grab moves are hard to avoid, especially one that comes after he sucked you in with his tornado. His A/S rank attack is really hard to dodge: He has to be attacked, ''in-flight'', to avoid taking damage, while you're troubled with the wind blowing against you. You have to attack him ''enough'' or you'll eat quite some damage. [[GuideDangIt The game doesn't hint at that at all.]]

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** Kuwagust Anchus from ''Zero 2'' becomes nigh-impossible on Hard Mode if you have an A or S rank. He moves quickly and his grab moves are hard to avoid, especially one that comes after he sucked you in with his tornado. His A/S rank attack is really hard to dodge: He has to be attacked, ''in-flight'', to avoid taking damage, while you're troubled with the wind blowing against you. You have to attack him ''enough'' or you'll eat quite some damage. [[GuideDangIt The game doesn't hint at that at all.]]]] Or you can just hit him once with chain rod with right timing to derail his attack, as shown [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GiQm2R4PcXQ here]].
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