The main hero of the game. Mega Man works together with Roll as they investigate ruins as Diggers, Mega Man doing the adventuring while Roll provides info of what to do. His otherwise normal life (for this world, at least) is gradually dissolved, however, as the two games reveal his Mysterious Past.
Accidental Pervert: Walked in on Roll while she was changing in Legends 1, and walked in on her while she was in the bathtub in Legends 2.
Arm Cannon: Naturally but in this case it's part of his armor instead of his arm.
Badass: He's a digger. This means battling Reaverbots as big as he is or larger on a regular basis with an arsenal of rocket launchers, lasers, energy busters, and more.
One-Man Army: The Bonne family have a fleet of ships. The Casket family only needs Mega Man himself to fight them. And in the backstory, he fought against all the armies of Elysium and won.
In the case of his past life as Mega Man Trigger, wherein he's been implied to have been unfathomably powerful, and even took on the entirety of the Master System by himself.
Dark and Troubled Past: His real name is Mega Man Trigger. He was the closet friend of the Master, the last true human in the world, who upon his death bid Trigger to destroy the Master System that oversaw the operations of the world now. However, he and one of the mother units, Sera, fought to a standstill, forcing him to enter a repair and diagnostics standby mode as he transferred all his memories to Data. He was found in this state by Barrell and raised as Mega Man Volnutt.
Expy: Of the original Mega Man. His backstory however makes him something of a counterpart to Zero, given his sealing in statis and revival to fight against the system he helped bring into power.
Powered Armor: Mega Man was seen without his regular suit on in the Legends 2 intro cutscene, and he's usually without the series' trademark helmet until the player equips it.
Really 700 Years Old: Barrell found him sealed in a ruin, so it's hard to tell how old Volnutt really is. His current form is a result of resting his body to a state of infancy who-knows-how-long ago, after his first bout with Sera left him critically wounded. Even before then he was serving the Master on Elysium as a Purifier Unit for what may have been centuries.
Ridiculously Human Robot: Like other characters in the series it's hard to draw the line between human and robot with him, as Cyborgs are commonplace, but he mostly leans to the latter. Played straight when you find out he isn't a cyborg like everyone else, he's actually a robot built by the Master.
Swiss Army Appendage: While his right arm is always equipped with his handy Mega Buster, his left arm can be fitted with such attachments as machine guns, drills, and even the Z-Saber/Zetsabre.
Transferable Memory: Trigger stored the memories of his past life, along with any essential files, in Data. Making sure that Sera would not obtain The Master's genetic code.
Remember the first time you went on a dig, Mega Man? I wasn't used to being a Spotter... and you ended up getting lost underground for three days! Remember? We were lucky that Gramps came to help us... I don't know what I would've done if he hadn't been there...
A passionate spotter and engineer who wishes to find her missing parents after an excavation went wrong in the past. Roll is Mega Man's spotter whenever he goes inside ruins, and she often worries about him just as if he was his brother. Since her grandpa sits behind, Roll gives transportation for the whole team. It seems she holds a bit of a crush with Mega Man, but not as bad as Tron's, which is frequently played for laughs.
Ace Pilot: If it moves, she'll know how to pilot it.
The (most definitely insane) leader of the Bonne Family pirates who are always on the look-out for treasure. He's dead set on trying to stop Mega Man from stopping them, considering him a worthy opponent. He despises Glyde and his gang a lot.
Affably Evil: He seems a pretty fun guy to be around, if you're not his enemy.
Anime Hair: You don't get spikes like that in the real world.
Big Bad: Not of the series mind you, but of a Chinese PC game called Rockman DASH: Adventure to Save the Planet.
Distressed Dude: He and Bon Bonne are kiddnapped after Misadventure's first playable segment.
Teisel Bonne: We may be pirates, but we're not barbarians. We'll let them keep the toilet paper.
Evil Is Petty: He absolutely refuses to get involved with the battle, he left it to Tron and Bon to handle....then a news broadcast of Mega Man's heroism interrupts his favorite TV show. Cue Jaw Drop and eventual outrage.
Face Death with Dignity / Graceful Loser: When Mega Man damages the Focke Wolf (a flying mecha currently over the clouds) beyond repair, and everybody thinks the Bonnes are about to fall to their deaths, he comforts Tron by saying, "You tried your best, and sometimes that's not enough, but it's all you can be asked to do. He beat us fair and square. That's how life is sometimes."
Guest Star Party Member: He's the person piloting the Gustaf at the start of the game, with Tron acting as his spotter. He's quickly kidnapped. During the final segment of the game, both Tron and Teisel are inside the Gustaf, as shown by them fighting for space on the pause screen.
Manipulative Bastard: Near the end of Legends 1, he manages to smooth talk Mega Man into letting him go by claiming that he's giving up. He also claims, at the end of The Misadventures of Tron Bonne, that he wanted Lex Loathe to force him to be a miner to work off his debt, because Loathe's mining facility is the location of yet another legendarily huge refractor.
The Bonne Family's main engineer. She initially hates Mega Man's guts but eventually forms an unrequited crush on him. However, she tries hard to deny that fact. She tends to love or hate her loyal Servbots who often tend to fail her during missions. She has her own title, The Misadventures of Tron Bonnne.
Animal Mecha: Most of the major robots she builds fit into this theme.
Anime Hair: Not as out-there as Tiesel's but its still pretty silly.
Mission Control: During Teisel's short stint as a playable charcter, she acts as his spotter.
Punny Name: If you're going by the Japanese and the Marvel vs. Capcom 3 pronounciation of her last name as "Bone", that is. Somewhat fitting, considering the series' habit of naming its various characters after musical terms and instruments.
Teen Genius: She may be a teenager, but she has the skills to build and repair robots the size of houses.
Tsundere: Normally very hot-tempered and angry, but she has a soft side that comes out sometimes.
Villain Protagonist: During the prequel, as she's the player character for 99% of the game (Though you actually control her mech, not her directly, unless one counts the static image of her at the base).
The cute yet almost unreliable Bonne Family's minions. While they often screw up, they sometimes rise up to help the family no matter what. Too bad they get more abuse from Tron rather than from authorities and Mega Man. Even though they always go through hard times, they do their very best to make their mom (Tron) proud of them, which sadly happens very rarely.
Guest Star Party Member: There's a casino Mission the favorite Servbot can undertake if Tron elects to take a nap. During the final Segment of the game, Tron is kidnapped and the Favorite Servbot drives the Gustaff solo to rescue her
Invincible Minor Minion: In Misadventures, you are required to exploit this by having them walk into otherwise dangerous situations.
Throw the Dog a Bone: At the end of The Misadventures of Tron Bonne, Tron drops Mr. Loath and Glyde in her office, which is enough to trick Da Chief in thinking she caught them. Of course, she's now stuck writing another report on how she did it.
A Bureaucratic Unit who rests beneath Kattelox Island within the Main Gate, he is awakened by Trigger when he explores the gate.
Affably Evil: Unfailingly polite. Courteous to what he believes are his superiors. Tries to help what he thinks is a malfunctioning unit. Treats genocide of the Carbons like it was taking out the trash.
Big Words: During their final battle his first statement is that he's going to "exercise my prerogative of correctional dispensation" This confuses Volnutt so badly that he has to rephrase it to "I'm going to exercise my authority to terminate your programming"
Captain Ersatz: Juno reminds some players of Xelloss from the Slayers series, from the perpetually closed eyes to the creepy carefree smile. Both characters are also voiced by Akira Ishida.
Eyes Always Shut: He only opens his eyes once when he's reactivated, though they do change shape with his expressions when closed.
Expy: Of Sigma. Both leave their heads behind after being defeated the first time, which then flies up and attaches to a larger body.
Graceful Loser: He accepts his defeat, saying he was destroyed in the process of doing his duties, and will await for his back-up program to be reactivated. He further notes that given Volnutt is a purifier model and he's a bureaucratic model, he wasn't expecting to win anyway; you're built for combat, he isn't.
A mysterious girl found at Forbidden Island inside stasis who later helps the Diggers to uncover the mystery of the Mother Lode, guiding them to find the keys to find the ancient technology. However, the Mother Lode is not what they think it is, and Sera has anterior motives in helping them.
A mysterious man who was found alongside Sera on Forbidden Island, he's the Servitor Unit for her and is almost always seen by her side. He and Sera attacks the Sulpher-Bottom after Mega Man Volnutt gathers all four keys, allowing Sera to escape with them. Gatz attempts to fight him, but only manages to seperate Geetz from the airship and thus Volnutt has to fight him on the deck.
Heroic Sacrifice: In the final battle, He attempted to assist Mega Man Trigger by invading Sera's internal system to try and weaken her, it does work for a while until she noticed it and goes One-Winged Angel. The poor guy...