History YMMV / MegamanBattleNetwork

14th Aug '16 9:21:03 PM MayIncon
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Bass, being a BonusBoss, is normally exempt from this trope, but [=BassXX=] in Double Team DS is considered ridiculously unfair even by BonusBoss standards, some going so far as to call him a full-blown SNKBoss. He has so much HP it's actually possible to run through ''your entire chip library'' before defeating him!

to:

** Bass, being a BonusBoss, is normally exempt from this trope, but [=BassXX=] in Double Team DS is considered ridiculously unfair even by BonusBoss standards, some going so far as to call him a full-blown SNKBoss. He has so much HP it's actually possible to run through ''your entire chip library'' folder'' before defeating him!
14th Aug '16 9:21:03 PM MayIncon
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Bass, being a BonusBoss, is normally exempt from this trope, but [=BassXX=] in Double Team DS is considered ridiculously unfair even by BonusBoss standards, some going so far as to call him a full-blown SNKBoss. He has so much HP it's actually possible to run through ''your entire chip library'' before defeating him!

to:

** Bass, being a BonusBoss, is normally exempt from this trope, but [=BassXX=] in Double Team DS is considered ridiculously unfair even by BonusBoss standards, some going so far as to call him a full-blown SNKBoss. He has so much HP it's actually possible to run through ''your entire chip library'' folder'' before defeating him!
11th Aug '16 10:35:03 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* TheyJustDidntCare: The most common theory held by fans as to ''Operate Shooting Star'''s lack of new content and [[OffModel badly-drawn new mugshots]] despite ''6'' and ''Star Force'' have good-looking ones. ''Battle Network 4'' is so sloppily put together and implemented that most people believe this of it, too.
9th Aug '16 10:48:47 PM MayIncon
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

** Some of the chips needed for Library completion can only be obtained from Bug Frag Traders. What makes this difficult is that Bug Frags are painfully scarce most of the time. Delightfully averted in 3 where one can get Bug Frags easily from defeating enemies when they are about to attack.
9th Aug '16 10:39:41 PM MayIncon
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Also in ''4'', Dark Chips embodies all kinds of impracticality. Overpowered chips that appear when Mega Man is "Worried", but upon use, not only do you permanently lose 1 maximum HP after the battle, ''you're restricted from using SP Navi Chips''. Especially bad since you still won't use "dark-type" chips, DS Navi Chips, or Evil Chips like Muramasa or Anubis until you're fully tainted from a lot of Dark Chips. Gets better in 5 where you can use them for the new mechanic [[GameBreaker Chaos Unison]].

to:

** Also in ''4'', Dark Chips embodies all kinds of impracticality. Overpowered chips that appear when Mega Man is "Worried", but upon use, not only do you permanently lose 1 maximum HP after the battle, ''you're restricted from using SP Navi Chips''. Especially bad since you still won't couldn't use "dark-type" chips, DS Navi Chips, or Evil Chips like Muramasa or Anubis until you're fully tainted from a lot of Dark Chips. Gets better in 5 where you can use them for the new mechanic [[GameBreaker Chaos Unison]].
29th Jul '16 2:48:37 AM MayIncon
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

** [=VideoMan's=] scenario in ''4'', where you are required to find video tapes around the Net all while your controls are reversed in and out of battle while dodging warp panels and random encounters are still on to further disorient you.
28th Jul '16 7:16:37 PM MayIncon
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* CrackPairing: Serenade and Slur. [[PurelyAestheticGender Gender]] [[ViewerGenderConfusion debates aside]], these two are often paired together despite never met at all (Serenade in the manga and [=BN3=], Slur in the anime). Although this is probably because both of them are elite-tier and [[LesYay feminine]] Navis so they are often shipped together like rivals. Some fans even slipped Bass into the pairing and make those two fighting for his affection as well, even though Boss was the one who killed Slur.

to:

* CrackPairing: Serenade and Slur. [[PurelyAestheticGender Gender]] [[ViewerGenderConfusion debates aside]], these two are often paired together despite never met at all (Serenade in the manga and [=BN3=], Slur in the anime). Although this is probably because both of them are elite-tier and [[LesYay feminine]] Navis so they are often shipped together like rivals. Some fans even slipped Bass into the pairing and make those two fighting for his affection as well, even though Boss Bass was the one who killed Slur.
14th Jul '16 6:42:14 PM Tavernier
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Ironically, even sometimes Scrapped Roll and [=GutsMan=] go wasted due an ironic failure to connect ideas between games. ''Battle Network 5'' indicates healing powers are uniquely qualified to [[ReviveKillsZombie negate dark power]], and Roll's special move "Roll Arrow" specifically destroys battle chip data; by rights, that should put her in a unique position to counter anything even remotely connected to Nebula. Meanwhile, the SecretBoss version of [=GutsMan=] in ''Battle Chip Challenge'' (look for his BCC code in ''Battle Network 4'') employs a strategy entirely based around using powerful chips that require holes in the ground -- Geyser, Old Wood, Magma Dragon, and God Stone. If he used those chips in the main series, where one of his specialties is ''putting holes in the ground'', he'd be terrifying.

to:

** Ironically, even sometimes Scrapped Scrappies Roll and [=GutsMan=] go wasted due an ironic failure to connect ideas between games. ''Battle Network 5'' indicates healing powers are uniquely qualified to [[ReviveKillsZombie negate dark power]], and Roll's special move "Roll Arrow" specifically destroys battle chip data; by rights, that should put her in a unique position to counter anything even remotely connected to Nebula. Meanwhile, the SecretBoss version of [=GutsMan=] in ''Battle Chip Challenge'' (look for his BCC code in ''Battle Network 4'') employs a strategy entirely based around using powerful chips that require holes in the ground -- Geyser, Old Wood, Magma Dragon, and God Stone. If he used those chips in the main series, where one of his specialties is ''putting holes in the ground'', he'd be terrifying.
14th Jul '16 6:41:06 PM Tavernier
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

** Ironically, even sometimes Scrapped Roll and [=GutsMan=] go wasted due an ironic failure to connect ideas between games. ''Battle Network 5'' indicates healing powers are uniquely qualified to [[ReviveKillsZombie negate dark power]], and Roll's special move "Roll Arrow" specifically destroys battle chip data; by rights, that should put her in a unique position to counter anything even remotely connected to Nebula. Meanwhile, the SecretBoss version of [=GutsMan=] in ''Battle Chip Challenge'' (look for his BCC code in ''Battle Network 4'') employs a strategy entirely based around using powerful chips that require holes in the ground -- Geyser, Old Wood, Magma Dragon, and God Stone. If he used those chips in the main series, where one of his specialties is ''putting holes in the ground'', he'd be terrifying.
20th Jun '16 7:50:58 PM Nicoaln
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

** This also happens with some of the scenarios. The fact that Mayl and Ms. Mari are so excited for an internet-controlled ''dishwasher'' of all things after all the hijackings of household appliances can be somewhat silly.
This list shows the last 10 events of 296. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=YMMV.MegamanBattleNetwork