List of characters that debuted in the Mega Man Battle Network 6: Cybeast Gregar and Cybeast Falzar. Here is the main character sheet.
Voiced by: Eri Sendai
This rather quiet girl lives around Cyber City in the sixth game. Almost nobody knows anything about her, other than that Colonel.EXE is unwilling to attack her. She assists Lan and MegaMan in various ways against WWW and the legendary beasts Falzar and Gregar. In the anime, she and Trill are residents of the alternate world Beyondard, in which she has been trying to end the war between the Falzars and the Gregars. She assists MegaMan in allowing him to Beast-Out without having him lose control of his powers and go berserk.
- Apocalypse Maiden: She was originally a war program designed to control machines. Wily intends to use her to control both of the Cybeasts, which only she is capable of.
- Big Damn Heroes: Has these moments both in the games and anime. She saves Lan from Copybot Colonel during the Sky Town incident in the games and splits MegaMan and Trill to end their beast transformation's rampage.
- Cannot Spit It Out: She likes Lan and almost tells him, but decides against it.
- Heroic Sacrifice: She fuses with Colonel at the end of the sixth game to save MegaMan from the clutches of the remaining Cybeast. Unfortunately this action costs their lives since Dr. Wily installed a self-destruct mechanism that activates should Colonel and Iris try combine with each other.
- Late-Arrival Spoiler: Anyone who has played X4 will immediately guess that she's a Navi and works for the antagonists.
- Mysterious Waif: She pops up from time to time in the sixth game to offer Lan aid, but it's never really clear who she is or where she comes from.
- Rescue Romance: Develops a crush on Lan after he saves her from a rogue cyberdog.
- The Reveal: In the games, Iris.EXE is actually a Navi formed from the removed compassionate part of Colonel.EXE. She has the power to control military installations and networks around the world. Due to this, she has spent most of her life making use of Copybots, which allow Navis to appear in the real world, in order to hide from Wily.
- Robosexual: Inverted. She develops a crush on Lan despite him being a human and she being a Navi.
- The Stoic: She's often softspoken and doesn't show much emotion.
- Walking Spoiler: To the extent that even her name is potentially a spoiler, and indicates that she's very important to the plot.
- You Don't Look Like You: In the anime, Iris looks just like her game counterpart, but in cyberspace has a different appearance.
Mick (Kojiro Aragaki)
Voiced by: Fujiko Takimoto
Lan's best friend in Cyber City, though he'd never admit it, they became friends after Lan stopped BlastMan.EXE, who tricked Mick into giving him access into the school security system. A bit of a Jerkass, he softens up over time. He has a standard Navi with a custom orange and yellow paint scheme.
- Butt-Monkey: As Lan becomes slightly more level-headed in the sixth game, Mick is usually the one getting humiliated or stumbling upon unfortunate situations.
- Everyone Has Standards: He wants to get revenge on Lan for making his prank backfire, but obviously disagreed with BlastMan's ideas to terrorize the whole school.
- Expy: Of Dex. They are both proud and arrogant, and are introduced as bullies to the protagonist. They later befriend Lan, but still retain their status as rivals.
- Jerkass:Initially. He acts dismissive and rude towards everyone, especially Lan.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: As shown with Plata, he can be a nice guy when he wants to.
- Morality Pet: Plata the Penguin, who is one of the few things in 6 that get's him to feel something other than hate or disinterest.
- Never My Fault: Anytime things go wrong due to their own fault, they often blame each other.
- No Name Given: His NetNavi. Knowing Mick, it's entirely possible he never actually bothered naming him.
- Shadow Archetype: To Lan. Both are proud netbattlers who have Navi's who mother them, but while Lan is incredibly friendly kid who's extremely close with his Navi, Mick is rude to everyone and bickers with his Navi constantly. Lan is also a much better Operator than Mick, who is often put in the position of a Damsel in Distress.
- Spanner in the Works: Mick hiding the Security Bot in the classroom locker allows it to record what Lan's dad Yuichiro is actually doing at the time he was accused of hacking the Judge Tree (he was actually fixing the classroom's blackboard) as well as revealing Prosecutor Ito as the one who deleted the security camera's data to remove Yuichiro's alibi.
- Tsundere: Fills this role after the BlastMan scenario, probably because Chaud had partially grown out of it by the sixth game.
- Uniformity Exception: His Navi has the basic NormalNavi shape, but with a unique color palette and angry eyes.
- Unwitting Pawn: He teams up with BlastMan.EXE to get revenge on Lan for defeating a virus he set on him as a prank, but BlastMan just uses him to try and kill the teaching staff and cause panic.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With his Navi and Lan.
Tab (Asuta Omori)
One of Lan's classmates in Cyber Academy. His family owns a chip shop named AsterLand, located at the Central Town.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: As Lan moved out of ACDC Town and Higsby went to travel around the world, Tab works as the chip shop owner stand-in for 6.
Feng-Tian (Fuuten Roshi) and TenguMan.EXE
Feng-Tian voiced by: Motomu Kiyokawa
TenguMan voiced by: Kenji Hamada
- Blow You Away: TenguMan is a Wind Navi.
- Gag Nose: Both of them have a long red nose. TenguMan can extend his nose even longer, up to three panels down the row in battles.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: For an old man, his behavior gets Laika and Dingo in trouble. He eats at a restaurant, invites them to pig out as well but disappears when its time to pay the bill leaving the boys to wash dishes for the food and does it a second time at a bathhouse. He weasels out of it by rebutting their assumption he doesn't have money saying he does have money but never said he would treat them. With that being said, he defeats Beyondard Narcy and VideoMan and saves the townspeople.
- Power Floats: TenguMan and his Cross gains the ability to stand over holes and ignore harmful panels.
- Old Master
- Youkai: TenguMan is based on...a tengu.
Pat Fahran (Paxy Faran) and SlashMan.EXE
Pat voiced by: Sayaka Ohara
SlashMan voiced by: Tomokazu Sugita
- Absurdly Sharp Claws: Fitting for a Sword Navi. It wouldn't be SlashMan without them.
- Edible Theme Naming: She is named after the culantro herb, known as phak chi farang in Thailand, (which gets a Battle Network counterpart in the form of Yumland).
- Hair Decorations: Wears three small knives on her bandanna.
- Knife Nut: Pat is never seen without them due to her profession. SlashMan also has the ability to throw kunai in battle.
- Spin Attack: Rolling Slash makes SlashMan spin around the player's side of the field in battle.
- Supreme Chef
- You Don't Look Like You: SlashMan compared to his Robot Master counterpart, who looks more like BeastMan from BN3.
Ann Zap (Ann Electel)
Voiced by: Yuki Matsuoka
Mr. Press and DustMan.EXE
Mr. Press voiced by: Hiroyuki Yoshino
DustMan voiced by: Taketora
A nice guy who recycles and is something of an inventor. He gives lessons in Seaside Town which involves using DustMan to recycle.
- Armor-Piercing Attack: DustMan's chip and the Dust Cross abilities are of the Break element.
- Big Damn Heroes: Rescues MegaMan from being attacked by several HeelNavis during the search for a Moonstone in Falzar.
- Fat and Skinny: The skinny to Moliarty's fat.
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: He has blonde hair to go with his nice guy attitude.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: One minute he's arguing with Moliarty, the next minute, they're laughing while holding each other's shoulders.
Moliarty and GroundMan.EXE
Moliarty voiced by: Takashi Kondo
GroundMan voiced by: Koichi Sakaguchi
- Anime Hair: A drill-shaped pompadour.
- Armor-Piercing Attack: GroundMan's chip and the Ground Cross abilities are of the Break element.
- Fat and Skinny: The fat to Press' skinny.
- Gentle Giant: He's a big fella, but friendly.
- Mighty Glacier: GroundMan is a bulky Navi that prefers strong slow attacks that can be easily telegraphed in contrast to DrillMan.
- This Is a Drill: GroundMan is a massive drill tank.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Press.
Dark Scythe and EraseMan.EXE (Dark Kirisaki and KillerMan.EXE)
Dark Scythe voiced by: Yuki Kaida
EraseMan voiced by: Takeharu Onishi
An assassin trained by ShadowMan's operator Dark Miyabi/Dusk. He gives out assassination lessons at Cyber Academy, under the pretense of studying battle techniques.
- Blood Knight: They seem to love their job a little bit too much. EraseMan in particular shows a great enthusiasm for deleting anything at sight with his Hell's Sickle.
- Crosshair Aware: EraseMan is a Cursor Navi.
- Four Is Death: EraseCross has the ability to instantly delete viruses with the number "4" in their HP (if used on Navis this will induce HP bugs instead). To top it off, it is the fourth Cross obtained in Gregar.
- Frickin' Laser Beams: Killer Death Beam, a continuous beam attack that pierces through invisibility.
- Grim Reaper: Their motif.
- Improbable Age: Dark Scythe; an assassin around the same age as Lan.
- Sinister Scythe: EraseMan's Weapon of Choice.
- Slasher Smile: EraseMan sports one, in contrast to his operator.
- Soul Power: EraseMan can summon phantoms across all three rows.
- The Stoic: Dark Scythe doesn't show his emotions in front of others.
Al Ferry (Kunio Kurogane) and ChargeMan.EXE
Al Ferry voiced by: Takayuki Sugo
ChargeMan voiced by: Tsuguo Mogami
A train conductor giving lessons on the use of trains at Seaside Town. ChargeMan transports Navis and other goods across the Net.
- Big Damn Heroes: Rescues MegaMan from being attacked by several HeelNavis during the search for a Moonstone in Gregar.
- Bullfight Boss: ChargeMan's boss fights mostly involve the Navi constantly charging at you.
- Chest Insignia: A railway.
- Cool Train: ChargeMan.
- Locomotive Level: His test involves using ChargeMan to transport Mr. Progs through a railway while dodging/charging through obstacles.
- Playing with Fire: ChargeMan is a Fire Navi.
Joe Mach (Go Mach)
Lan's teacher at Cyber Academy. He is the operator of BlastMan.EXE and assists the others in capturing MegaMan as a favor to Baryl, but has a sense of guilt and helps Lan find MegaMan after all of the other members decide to break off from Baryl and the World Three.
- Anti-Villain: He's a member of the new WWW, but only out of loyalty to Baryl and gratitude to Wily for saving his daughter.
- Bash Brothers: With Baryl.
- Big Damn Heroes: His rescue of Lan and Baryl from the WWW dissidents. He also distracts some Punk Navi Copybots allowing Lan and Chaud to deal enter Wily's base.
- Badass Teacher: While BlastMan's combat prowess is nothing to write home about, Mr. Mach himself is this. See Big Damn Heroes above.
- Cool Teacher: He is a friendly respectable teacher and popular with his students.
- Foreshadowing: Joe Mach is known for giving stern lectures. After defeating BlastMan the first time, the evil Navi complains about his operator giving him a lecture.
- Defeat Means Friendship: After being defeated by Baryl in a martial arts tournament the two became friends.
- Genius Bruiser: Is a competent teacher and asskicker.
- Not What I Signed on For: After losing to MegaMan at the Undernet 2 area, his comrades (or rather, soon-to-be-ex-comrades) reveal their intention to break away from WWW and join up with their benefactor. Joe Mach refuses, and states that he only agreed to help them so they'd deliver the Cybeast back to WWW, and makes it very clear that he did not intend to defect from WWW.
- One Steve Limit: Only in the English version, but he takes a quick note on how Match's name is similar to his in Gregar.
- Punny Name: Oddly enough, not a computer term. His Japanese name can be taken as part of Speed Racer's Japanese name (MachGoGoGo).
- Shout-Out: To Speed Racer—just look at his Japanese name.
A Fire Navi that causes chaos during Lan's first day in the Cyber Academy by taking control of the school's Security Bots. He appears to act alone, but his operator is actually Joe Mach, Lan's teacher.
- Evil Laugh: "Kwohohoho..."
- Jerkass: "We're not nice guys, so you should just be glad its not 10 on 1!"
- My Master, Right or Wrong: Averted. He's Mr. Mach's navi but doesn't redeem himself unlike his operator.
- Playing with Fire: He is a Fire Navi.
- Starter Villain: The first villain encountered in 6.
- Warmup Boss:
- Has predictable set of attacks and his signature fire storm attack can be easily avoided by hiding behind a metal block set on the battlefield. Having access to several Disc One Nukes very early on makes it even easier to beat him, even in his SP incarnation.
- The game even acknowledges how easy he is by making him be the final boss of the Virus Battler sidequest. Yes, you can beat his first form using a couple of completely AI-controlled viruses.
Blackbeard (Captain Kurohige)
Blackbeard voiced by: Kouji Ishii
DiveMan voiced by: Shinji Kawada
A man with violent tendencies with a tendency to talk like a pirate. In the sixth game, he attempts to cause mass chaos at the Aquarium as revenge for being fired from the Aquarium. Operator of DiveMan.EXE.
- The Beastmaster: Just like Inukai, though he only controls aquatic animals due to the aquarium setting.
- Expy: To Inukai from BN3, for being an abusive animal trainer and causing chaos using them. Both of them are the second WWW member to face MegaMan and also the earliest WWW members to be dispatched in their respective games.
- Ironic Hell: In the anime, he and Yuika are sentenced to work in an aquarium after stealing Wily's reverse synchro chips.
- Making a Splash: DiveMan is an Aqua Navi. His Navi Chip even has him making a literal giant splash with his hands.
- Pirate: What he's going for, despite the fact that his day job is an animal trainer.
- Verbal Tic: DiveMan tends to end his sentences with "Awooga!" ("De a~ru" in the Japanese version.)
- Whip It Good: Carries a black bullwhip.
Yuika voiced by: Rie Kanda
CircusMan voiced by: Yasuhiko Kawada
A rather selfish girl that will use underhanded tactics to get ahead in life. In the games, she, along with Circusman.EXE, revives Gregar and Falzar. They capture the one opposite of the version being played, while Mega Man absorbs the other. Later on, they successfully capture MegaMan for a short time, and Yuika along with everyone but Mach break off from the World Three to form their own organization.
- Evil Laugh: "Tee hee hee!" As she usually gets her way in the story, expect a lot of these from her.
- Expy: To Ms. Madd. Both are the token female villains of their respective games, are smug and condescending, and have clown-themed Navis.
- King of Beasts: CircusMan can summon lions to attack horizontally. He often mixes it up with his vertical clap attack to confuse players.
- Monster Clown: The operator of CircusMan.EXE. She also has a clownish getup and tends to be rather causal about doing evil things. She also acts in a similar manner to a circus performer.
Prosecutor Ito (Satoru Roppo)
Ito voiced by: Junji Majima
JudgeMan voiced by: Yoshinori Sonobe
A cheerful but cynical lawyer who wants justice, but knows that true justice cannot be achieved unless the world is destroyed. He and JudgeMan.EXE serve the World Three by punishing those that fail the organization and remove those that are deemed to be a threat. They attempt to frame Yuichiro Hikari in the sixth game.
- Adaptational Heroism: In the anime, he is simply a bored, cynical lawyer taking out his bad mood on everyone else.
- Affably Evil: None of his cheeriness is faked, but it hides a deeply misanthropic worldview.
- Amoral Attorney: He wants true justice by destroying the world.
- Badass Bookworm: He's always carrying a book, fitting his position as a lawyer. But he's also a capable netbattler, skilled enough to get the attention of WWW.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Even when he is revealed to be an enemy, his friendly personality really doesn't change that much.
- Books That Bite: One of JudgeMan's attacks summons giant fanged books that chomp towards his opponents.
- Broken Pedestal: Lan idolizes Ito until he discovers that he framed his father and tried to corrupt the Judge Tree.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He adores his Navi, and finding out MegaMan has killed JudgeMan is enough to send him into a murderous rage against Lan.
- Eyes Always Shut: Which reflects his sneaky attitude masked by his appearance.
- Flowery Elizabethan English: JudgeMan speaks like this.
- Hypocrite: He possesses a strong hatred of criminals and anything unjust, but becomes one in the pursuit of his goals. Also, even though he believes in order, he tries to bring it about by destroying the crime-filled world.
- Irony: After his defeat, he lets himself be arrested and get judged by the Judge Tree, the very system he designed and sabotaged.
- Judge, Jury, and Executioner: Thanks to his control over the Judge Tree, he can declare anyone and everyone guilty and specify the punishment of his choice. .
- Knight Templar: A perfect example of when a prosecutor's self-righteousness is bent towards outright villainy.
- Shock and Awe: JudgeMan has an attack that strikes you with an electrical whip. This seems to be the only "Law" or "Justice" type attack he has since the rest seem to fit the book theme (He was originally called Bookman.EXE which makes much more sense)
- You Have Failed Me: Ito's role in the WWW is to enact this trope, allowing failed subordinates to be disposed of in lawful ways.
Vic (Tsuyuharu Nyudo)
Vic voiced by: Yasuyuki Kase
ElementMan voiced by: Go Shinomiya
- Adaptational Heroism: In the anime, he's just an incompetent weatherman trying to get revenge on the station that fired him.
- Elemental Powers: ElementMan can access all four main elements in the series; Fire, Aqua, Elec and Wood. His ability to switch elements affects his weakness as well.
- Funny Afro: Vic's hair resembles a fluffy cloud.
- Master of Disguise: Through most of his introductory chapter, Vic goes disguised as an Admin from Sky Town, unmasking himself when confronted.
- Intelligible Unintelligible: ElementMan speaks in a mixture of "pi" "ki" and "ra" syllables. Like with DesertMan the game provides subtitles.
- Psychotic Smirk: Vic wears one constantly in his character portrait.
- Tornado Move: ElementMan's basic attack, which he uses regardless of his current form, sends one across the arena, covering the same area as a Boomer chip.
- Big Bad Wannabe: The plot sets him up as a villain only for Wily and Chaud to have been a few steps ahead of him.
- Corrupt Politician: He's mayor of Cyber City and pretends to care about the public but is only interested in using the Cybeasts to get revenge on society for making his grandfather an outcast.
- Evil Teacher: He is also the principal of Cyber Academy.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He's only trying to avenge his grandfather, who became a social pariah when his plan to create Falzar ended up worsening Gregar's rampage.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Hires an undercover Chaud as his bodyguard and gets arrested by him.
- Villain with Good Publicity: Is the mayor of Cyber City and appears to be a friendly old man, but secretly funds the WWW and has his own ulterior motives for the Cybeasts. Also calls MegaMan a monster out of false concern for his citizens when he's fully aware that it was the Cybeast's fault.
Gregar (Glaga)Gregar is the first of the two mythic "Cybeasts" (Dennoujuu), along with its counterpart, Falzar. Gregar appeared first, originally forming when a huge mass of BugFrags combined and became sentient, taking the form of a monstrous wolf. (Years later, the net-mafia Gospel would accidentally enact a corrupted version of this process and produce the Super-Bug Organism). Gregar was wild and uncontrollable, and ended up destroying everything it touched; in response, a scientist created another Cybeast, named Falzar. Unfortunately, the two were too evenly matched and the situation instead worsened. Eventually the humans gave up on salvaging the original network and simply built a new one on top of it, sealing the Cybeasts together in the "Underground" after they were weakened from one of their most violent stalemate clashs. This seal gets broken in the sixth game, when CircusMan.EXE used stolen Navi lifeforce to empower the Cybeasts to escape their prison. Depending on the version, Gregar either was imprisoned in CircusMan's body or sealed in MegaMan's body, where it fights to take over.
- Animalistic Abomination: Some sort of demonic wolf-lion. It resembles Gospel, but is definitely the more frightening of the two.
- Beware My Stinger Tail: Gregar can fire its tail as a projectile. EraseBeast can do the same thing.
- Breath Weapon: Breathes fire and electricity in a large area, much like Gospel. This is echoed by HeatBeast and ElecBeast's null-chip charge attacks.
- Call-Back: Gregar is basically the finished product of a vague plot-thread that was introduced all the way back in BN2, when Yuichiro first explained that the Gospel beast was a Super-Bug Organism. It's also why both of them have such a similar wolf-like shape.
- Canis Major: Compared to MegaMan, Gregar is several stories tall.
- Collapsing Ceiling Boss: Its default stance is to repeatedly jump around the arena, causing damaging chunks of cyber-rubble to land on the player's area.
- Final Boss: Of the Gregar version.
- Fusion Dance: With Falzar in the anime, after he wins their fight.
- Expy: Gregar's one to the Battle Network version of Gospel, but in-universe, Gospel is rather his, with a dash of Legacy Character. Gregar doesn't take after Gospel, Gospel takes after him.
- Mighty Glacier: Averted, unlike baby brother Gospel, who couldn't move at all in the games. For the monster that specializes in sheer firepower, you would not believe how fast this thing is.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: Originally Gregar was sealed in the Underground (an old network upon which modern Cyber City's network was built). When he finally escaped, he ended up sealed in one of two new cans, either CircusMan or MegaMan, depending on the version.
- Shock and Awe: One of its most dangerous attacks involves an electrical beam breath that hits the entire front row and the entire column in front of it. If MegaMan is struck by this attack, he'll be stunned and left wide open to a variety of other attacks.
- Spell My Name with an "S": Gureiga, Greiga, Greigar, Graga, Grayga, Glaga, Gregar, Graygar, Grraaaaaaaaaah!
- Super-Powered Evil Side: If he's the one MegaMan contains, he will constantly be trying to get out.
Falzar (Falzer)In the games, Falzar was created by Mayor Cain's grandfather in order to fight and defeat Gregar. This backfired and caused even more damage to the net. Falzar's design is like a phoenix, and uses appropriate wind and fire-based attacks. Both Falzar and Gregar were eventually sealed within the Underground areas located near Central Area 3 after one of their battles left both in a weakened state. In the sixth game, the seal is broken and Falzer is revived by CircusMan, and depending on the version, Falzar is either captured by Circusman or absorbed by Mega Man.
- Animalistic Abomination: Invoked by his creators, who wanted to create something similar to Gregar.
- Blow You Away: A T-shaped tornado breath, as a counterpart to Gregar's electric one. Echoed by TenguBeast's null-chip charge attack.
- Death from Above: One of Falzar's signature attacks involves it flying into the air out of range of any attacks, and flapping its wings to generate wind that sends MegaMan to the back row while trying to hit him with its loose sharp feathers.
- Desperation Attack: Same as above, although replace the wind and feather part with "suddenly rushing down the column and trying to slice MegaMan's head off". This attack can be replicated by GroundBeast, although the violent rushing is toned down.
- Fusion Dance: With Gregar in the anime, after he loses their fight.
- Final Boss: Of the Falzar version.
- Giant Flyer: A humongous avian-like creature who is about the same size as Gregar.
- Godzilla Threshold: Falzar was originally created to put a stop to Gregar's rampage, because nothing the humans had was in the same weight class. Unfortunately, Falzer was unable to actually defeat it, and instead got caught up in a death match stalemate that made things worse.
- Laser-Guided Tyke-Bomb: Was created for the purpose of defeating Gregar. Big mistake.
- Lightning Bruiser: Of the two, Falzar specializes in both agility and mobility. Don't count Gregar out, though, and don't call Falzar "weak" unless you want to die.
- Overshadowed by Awesome: In the anime, Gregar has more Zoanoroids working for him especially since he has Zoano Pharoah Man who has the ability to convert other navis into Gregar's soldiers, successfully corrupted Beyonard Colonel, and the war between the two Cybeasts results in Falzar losing and getting absorbed by Gregar.
- Playing with Fire: Has the ability to summon fiery birdlings.
- Power Floats: His beast transformation gives MegaMan air shoes. He's also the only final boss that doesn't have any panels on his side of the field (Duo and Nebula Gray had one column).
- Sealed Evil in a Can: Originally Falzar was sealed in the Underground. When he finally escaped, he ended up sealed in one of two new cans, either CircusMan or MegaMan, depending on the version.
- Super-Powered Evil Side: If he's the one MegaMan contains, his power can be tapped on, but can also send Mega berserk if misused.