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** Battle Network 2 [[YouFailNuclearPhysicsForever fails radiation forever.]] All it does is make people ''walk funny'', if the [=NPCs=] are any guide. So Lan should be fine. Besides, had he even hit puberty yet?

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** Battle Network 2 [[YouFailNuclearPhysicsForever [[ArtisticLicenseNuclearPhysics fails radiation forever.]] All it does is make people ''walk funny'', if the [=NPCs=] are any guide. So Lan should be fine. Besides, had he even hit puberty yet?

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** The fourth game was the introduction of the Soul system, so it was still experimental. Instead of actually acting like any of the characters, [=MegaMan=] just dressed like them and used the same generic elemental attacks he did in his old Styles. It was a bit better with the non-elemental Souls, but wasn’t perfect. It wasn’t until the next game that all his special attacks in Soul or Cross forms were designed to actually match their sources.


*** And its possible Lan isn't going on those kinds of sites... wait, porn often has viruses... perhaps they keep unintentionally deleting it all? [[CrowningMomentofFunny and I do like the concept of him actively removing any he finds...]]

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*** And its possible Lan isn't going on those kinds of sites... wait, porn often has viruses... perhaps they keep unintentionally deleting it all? [[CrowningMomentofFunny [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments and I do like the concept of him actively removing any he finds...]]


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* Why were the speed teammates not affected by Regal's microservers?
* Why is Wood Soul's charge shot a twister? I know its from the wood element style change from the second and third game, but [=WoodMan=] doesn't have that ability.

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** Gauss was lying and the airplane hijacking was a pretense to distract from the actual theft of the [=HighPower=] program. Nobody's going to be looking for a thief when the world is going to Hell around them.


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** It's called "hype", yo.

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* Battle Network 3. Right after the HopelessBossFight against Bass, an unnamed, generic Navi shows up. Said Navi then uses Dark Aura and says that even if the whole cyberworld collapsed, he'd be safe. The problem is that in gameplay Dark Aura vanishes if it is hit by an attack that does at least 300 damage. So why doesn't the whole cyberworld collapse every time Lan pulls out the Lifesword program advance or any other heavy-hitting attack?


** It's mentioned in the second game that Chaud wrote [=Protoman.EXE=] himself, which probably places him far ahead of any commercially available netnavi in terms of performance.



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** They probably didn't know it would be the last game until midway during development. They kept it going past the planned end because it sold so well so they'd likely keep it running indefinately so long as it sold good, but sales went down after 4 so after 5 and 5DS didn't sell so great they told the people working on a half completed 6 to end it there so they could try something new with Star Force. No doubt the two beasts were just supposed to be your average gimmick of the game initially and only had to be the super powerful ultimate final boss when it was too late to change it.


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** Supposedly she'd also give Asteroid Navi's to people she know wouldn't be able to control them. Though it is kind of jarring how Asteroid's would be loyal to the point of sacrifice to evil operators but the ones that weren't evil would always have them turn on them.


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* Why did Slur give Yui and the love fortune teller Asteroid Navis? All the other Asteroid Navi operators were well aware of the damage they were causing and enjoyed it. The problems caused by the two ladies on the other hand were either entirely the Asteroid Navis fault or unintentional and unlike the other Asteroid Navis operators, they weren't bad people in the slightest.
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** Because a shadow is dark,[[DarkIsEvil dark is evil]], heroes defeat evils, and [[HeroesPreferSwords swords are heroic]]

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** Because a shadow is dark,[[DarkIsEvil dark is evil]], heroes defeat evils, and [[HeroesPreferSwords swords are heroic]]heroic]]
* In the airplane scenario in 2, ''what the hell was Gauss's actual plan''? He said he was hijacking the plane, but he didn't make any actual demands, and he already had the [=HighPower=] program he was there to steal. He was just trying to crash the plane! [[TooDumbToLive With him on it!]] Even worse, Gospel's leader was on the plane as well! If Lan had ''failed'', Gospel would have wound up [[SelfDisposingVillain assassinating their own leadership]].
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** Because a shadow is dark,[[DarkIsEvil dark is evil]], and [[HeroesPrefersSword swords are heroic]]

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** Because a shadow is dark,[[DarkIsEvil dark is evil]], heroes defeat evils, and [[HeroesPrefersSword [[HeroesPreferSwords swords are heroic]]


** Because a shadow is dark,[[DarkIsEvil dark is evil]], and [[HeroesPreferSword swords are heroic]]

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** Because a shadow is dark,[[DarkIsEvil dark is evil]], and [[HeroesPreferSword [[HeroesPrefersSword swords are heroic]]


** Try transliterating it to Japanese, it's probably based on a sword technique that cuts evil, just like the spell Omnyous use which is "Akuryou Taisan" which transliterate to Evil-Spirit Dispel, which means dispelling the E.Spirit, just like "Evil Cut" Is supposed to mean cutting evil apart (Think of a kanji for evil appearing on the enemy, marking them as evil and Megaman slashes them)



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** Because a shadow is dark,[[DarkIsEvil dark is evil]], and [[HeroesPreferSword swords are heroic]]

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****Actually, when you think about it, it can't be explained as it is illogical to hide something so important in a place so easy to access, but when you think about it, that's exactly it, if you were to hide something that can destroy the world, the last place people would think to look for is possibly the most obvious, easyly-accessible place

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