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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })In A.D. 21XX, War Was Beginning...Mega Man X, the darker and edgier sequel series to Capcom's original Mega Man series, follows the exploits of the original Blue Bomber's future successor.As his Magnum Opus, Dr. Thomas Light created Mega Man X, a robot with the ability to completely think, feel, and make his own decisions. Dr. Light sealed X inside a capsule designed to run ethics testing over the course of 30 years to test X's reliability, believing that X would turn to evil if not tested repeatedly within the capsule. A century later, archeologist and scientist Dr. Cain unearths X's capsule and soon becomes astounded by Dr. Light's engineering miracle. He decides to mass-produce a line of robots based on X — "Reploids" — but glosses over the fact that he doesn't fully comprehend Dr. Light's work. What Could Possibly Go Wrong?Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Soon after their activation and deployment into the world, some of Cain's mass-produced Reploids develop bugs and glitches that cause them to go mad and become disobedient. These malfunctioning Reploids become known as Mavericks.note "Irregulars" in the Japanese version. To combat the increasing Maverick menace, Cain helps to create the "Maverick Hunters", a group of Reploids authorized to use force in apprehending or outright stopping their violent brethren. One of Cain's creations, an advanced Reploid named Sigma, becomes the leader of this group.Cain's work backfires again when most of the Maverick Hunter group, including Sigma, turn into Mavericks themselves. Why the others turned, we have no idea, but Sigma turned soon after getting into a fight with "Zero," a mysterious and insane robot of similar capability to X but of unknown manufacture. Sigma's defection heralds the beginning of a massive war between Mavericks and humanity — and since he feels responsible for the Maverick outbreak, X decides to team up with Zero (repaired after Sigma knocked out him out with a decisive blow to the forehead, which makes him useful to the Maverick Hunters) and put a stop to the war.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })In terms of gameplay, the series has the same basic formula as the Classic series: you choose levels in no particular order and gain weapons from defeated bosses; you use the weapons in an Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors system against the other bosses; lather, rinse, repeat. The X games have a much more aggressive playstyle than the Classic series due to the existence of Video Game Dashing and Wall Jumping. The games' maps have a much bigger and more open design than the Classic series' maps to accommodate the new playstyle.The series saw several sequels on the Super Nintendo, Sega Saturn, PlayStation, and PlayStation 2. It also spawned Mega Man Zero, an even darker Sequel Series for the Game Boy Advance, in 2001. An anime OVA, The Day of Sigma, came with the PSP remake of the first game (Maverick Hunter X). Several manga adaptations of the first five games have added some additional characters (such as the Merloid Marti) and additional characterization for the various Mavericks and their motivations for defecting. Three Cardass card series, Rockman X: Megamissions, also got published; while not part of the official X canon, their place in the timeline falls roughly somewhere between X1 and X2 (and X2 and X3 for the third Megamissions).Until 2016, Zero was the only character from the X series who appeared as a playable character in the fighting installments of Capcom's Vs. series, serving as the sole X series representative in both Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars and Marvel vs. Capcom 3. (His Zero incarnation also appeared in SNK vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos as a Mid-Boss.) This would change with the announcement of Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, where X was unveiled as a playable character for the first time in Vs. series history. Sigma himself, depicted in his Mega Man X1 form, is also present, serving as one-half of the Big Bad Duumvirate alongside Ultron. Additionally, both X and Zero appear in the crossover Project X Zone and its sequel, and Sigma's Mega Man X4 incarnation appears as a hidden character in Super Ultra Dead Rising 3 Arcade Remix Hyper Edition EX Plus Alpha.Do not confuse this series with Mega Man 10, the tenth game in the Classic series, which came out well after Mega Man X.Two character sheets exist for this franchise: one for the main series, and one for Command Mission.
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Parrying Bullets: One of Zero's upgrades is to let him able to deflect bullets with a swing of his Z-Saber. In Mega Man Zero this can also be done in the fourth game with the correct upgrade.
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Secret A.I. Moves: X5 is pretty bad about this. When you end up challenging either X or Zero, the character gets moves you cannot (or no longer can) use. X can use several powers from the previous game, which he can use a lot better than he ever could in that game, while Zero gets a huge upgrade to his ranged attack abilities. The latter might have been excusable if only Maverick Zero could do it (instead he he's just cheaper and gets a one-hit kill attack on top), but Zero can use these powers regardless of the circumstance.
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Card-Carrying Villain
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Card-Carrying Villain: The Nightmare Inspectors, Red Alert and most of Sigma's minions.
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Kangaroo Pouch Ride: He starts the battle riding a mother kangaroo-shaped battle mech, its cockpit being in its "pouch".
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The Artifact
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The Artifact: The boss rematches in the fortress stages of each game. In the Classic series a Boss Rush was an intimidating idea, because it was a rematch with the eight bosses and it was going to be the same fight as before, more or less. But the X series includes numerous upgrades for X's HP and armor, so by the time you refight the bosses, X is probably fully upgraded with much higher health, firepower, and maneuverability than when he beat them the first time, making the fights much easier. But the refights with the Robot Masters/Mavericks is a Mega Man series tradition and it's unthinkable that a game wouldn't do it.
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Fake Longevity
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Fake Longevity: The Central Museum in X6, if you're trying to save all the Reploids. It requires multiple runs to get into all the rooms, each of which has at least one Reploid.
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Darker and Edgier
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Darker and Edgier: In general, the early entries in this series are an excellent example of this trope being used well, without dumping on the original series. X2, for example, shows a very violent way to kill a Maverick; if you kill Wire Sponge using his primary weakness, the poor dude gets sliced in half.
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Early Game Hell: You always start with an undersized health bar, no special weapons, and (if playing as X) no Armor pieces. Fortunately, the bosses are all designed around this so that you can fight them with just the X-Buster; there'll also be a dedicated Warmup Boss among them which you can fight easily without their weaknesses.
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You Can't Thwart Stage One: In X5, your initial defeat of Sigma is part of his plan, setting in motion a Colony Drop. You then spend most of the game building machines to prevent the crash — but no matter how good your luck is, you can't stop it completely. What's more, the second thing you try may turn Zero evil, and this was also part of Sigma's plan. (Even if Zero's okay, he and X will end up fighting, leaving just one hero to stop Sigma.)
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Where It All Began
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Where It All Began: A subversion: in X2, Sigma is fought in one of the 8 initial Maverick stages (the Central Computer), which is not necessarily the first one to be played. Plus, the map shows that the fortress where all the "Final Stages" were is in ruins, but trying to go there will still take you to the Central Computer stage. Most Western players did this anyway, because the translation left out Sigma's line "I'll be waiting for you at the Central Computer..." Subtly implied in X5 when X or Zero goes to fight Sigma. In the background of the first fight are two dilapidated capsules, one red and one blue.
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Boxing Kangaroo: Vanishing Gungaroo in X7.
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Brainwashed and Crazy: What the effect the Maverick Virus seems to have on Reploids is. Their personalities are often altered and they become violent and homicidal, sometimes to the extent that they lose all sense of themselves and go insane. Most also join Sigma's forces after infection, though whether it's forced or willing depends on the Maverick. The only one completely immune to the effects of the Virus is X, who nevertheless takes damage from it when he's infected. It doesn't stop him worrying about the possibility of going Maverick, but that's for other possible reasons. He is effectively immune from the Virus. Zero also appears to be immune, and is actually strengthened by being "infected". To elaborate further: Zero's behavior in the X4 flashback is not caused by the virus. Zero was sealed because he contained a flaw in his cognitive program that made him violent and unwilling to obey instructions. This behavior persisted until the virus entered his body after Sigma damaged his armor. (The virus was stored in Zero's capsule, but had not entered his body yet.) The effects of the virus on Zero's body in X5's non-canon bad ending makes him calm and helps him remember his original objective, which quite different from the crazed Zero from the X4 flashback. It should be noted that Zero's data readings do not change when he's infected. In fact, According to Word Of God, the virus actually fixed the flaw in his cognitive program, making him perform a Heel Face Turn and join the Maverick Hunters. Axl, along with the other New-Gens whose copy chips have not been corrupted by Sigma's DNA, are immune the the virus as well simply due to their copy chips reverting all changes to their DNA.
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Genre Shift: The SNES games are basically what Mega Man would be like in the future, with the cartoonish designs and relatively simple plot. X4's story is much in the vein of 80's anime, with more realistic (but still highly stylized) settings and morally ambiguous members of both sides. X5 and X6 are Darker and Edgier than the rest of the series, featuring high-stakes situations and huge call backs to the Classic era. X7, X8, and Command Mission strike a blend between the Urban Fantasy theme of the SNES era and the free-standing theme of the PS1 era. Mega Man X: Command Mission. It takes a break from the action-platforming gameplay the series is known for and delves into the JRPG scene. Mega Man X7 forces shifts between 2D platformer and 3D third-person shooter gameplay throughout the game, with questionable results.
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All There in the Manual
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All There in the Manual: The developers decided to resolve all the plot-holes and Canon Discontinuity problems with the Mega Man Zero Official Complete Works that was for the aforementioned Sequel Series. It introduced the concept of the "suffering circuit", a specially-designed chip meant to give X empathy that Dr. Cain failed to successfully replicate (allegedly making them go Maverick). This is also the case with the Rockman Zero Collection timeline, a portion of the official website which had a slightly different account of the Maverick Virus (claiming that Dr. Light foresaw such a thing and made X "impervious" to viruses).
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Artistic License – Biology: The X series relies heavily on the Maverick Virus (or as it's later known the Sigma Virus), which is a computer virus, i.e. malicious self-replicating computer code, that behaves like a biological virus, in that it's transmitted through physical exposure.
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Title Drop: Mega Man X8: Paradise Lost. Guess what's the final boss' attack name? In Maverick Hunter X, after Zero sacrificed himself to destroy Vile's mech: Storm Eagle also calls X by his full title, but only on the second playthrough.
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Evasive Fight-Thread Episode: X5.
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Victory Pose: All of the heroes has one each after defeating a boss.
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Multiple Endings: Subversion in X2 and X3. Gathering all of Zero's parts and keeping the same character alive, respectively, definitely changes things in the final battles, but they only slightly affect the ending. Played straight in later games, though.
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Violation of Common Sense
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The Hadouken upgrade in the original, and most of the special unlockable powers in the following installments. The Hadouken in particular requires you not only to have all of the other upgrades and items (many of which are Guide Dang-Its themselves), but also to jump into a specific Bottomless Pit and die four times in a row before it appears.
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The Chick: Palette
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Also, someone at Capcom is a Guns N' Roses fan. Aside from the English names of X5's bosses, check out the background in X5's jungle stage.
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The Movie
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In fact, most of the legwork of the Maverick Hunters seem to rely only on X, Zero, and (later) Axl. It's only in The Movie Day of Sigma that other Maverick Hunters are actually shown fighting (and, even then, just briefly).
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The Virus
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The Virus: The Maverick Virus; not counting an Early-Bird Cameo as the Final Boss in X2, its role becomes prominent in the series from X3 onwards. There are other variations, like the Nightmare Virus in X6 and of course the Sigma Virus. X8 gives us Sigma's very DNA, allegedly encrypted into all the data of the New Generation Reploids.
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Locked Out of the Fight: In X2 and X3 notably, Zero will arrive in the last level, declare he is "Going ahead to destroy the core," and will "catch up to you later." Also mentioned in the X5 intro stage and after the final battle.
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Playing with Fire
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Playing with Fire: There's a fire-themed maverick in every game except X3: Flame Mammoth, Flame Stag, Magma Dragoon, Mattrex, Blaze Heatnix, Flame Hyenard, and Burn Rooster.
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One-Wheeled Wonder
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One-Wheeled Wonder: Rush Roader.
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Heterosexual Life-Partners
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Heterosexual Life-Partners: With the amount of time (and dedication) X and Zero spend together, they're very easily this.
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Stealth Pun
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Stealth Pun: X6 having Metal Shark Player (the jumping part can also be done literally, considering one of Shark Player's attacks) and Zombie Sigma.
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Shoryuken
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In X8 as well, two of Zero's techniques change into the Shoryuken and the Tatsumaki Senpukyaku when he's equipped with the K Knuckle. X can use the Shoryuken as well if he's equipped with his Ultimate Armor.
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Road Runner PC
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Road Runner PC: For this series (as well as Zero and ZX), the greatest advantage a player has over most enemies (including many bosses) is in the player's vastly superior speed and or agility. And you will need it.
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Aborted Arc
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Aborted Arc: the Maverick Hunter X version of the timeline after poor sales killed off the chance for continuing the story.
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Game-Breaker
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See one of the Game Breakers below. Also, through a cheat code, the Ultimate and Zero Armors can be available at the very start of some of the games (X5, X6).
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Anime Theme Song
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Anime Theme Song: "Makenai Ai ga Kitto Aru" ("We've Definitely Got a Love that Won't Lose"), "Monkey," "Moon Light" and "The Answer," "CODE CRUSH," "WILD FANG," and "Don't Wanna Be" for X4, X5, X6, X7, X8, and Maverick Hunter X respectively. And let's not leave out "One More Time" for the CD-based versions of X3. And X2 brings it full-circle (or rather, begins the whole trend) in "Sekai ga owaru Toki" ("Moment When the World Ends").
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Blade on a Stick
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Blade on a Stick: Available as a weapon for Zero in X8.
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Kill Sat
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While Repliforce and Nightmare Investigators are both sympathetic in one way or another (Repliforce was framed, some of its members are actually moles working under Sigma, and it's Magma Dragoon who brought down the Sky Lagoon. The Nightmare Investigators were killed off for pretty petty reasons- they're hard to handle and their DNA data was unreadable), they do have their own faults (Repliforce refused to stand down for interrogation and instead they go to their Kill Sat and they want peace and seclusion out of Earth, it's just that they're breaking the law, and let Jet Stingray and Storm Owl destroy some cities as distractions for their exile. In the Nightmare Investigator's case, the Hunters saw through the ruse created by the Investigatrs the moment Isoc started calling for Reploids to volunteer to help destroy a "ghost" of Zero gone bad, and said "ghost" is actually Gate's own creation).
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Same Content, Different Rating
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Same Content, Different Rating: Though the series has always been rated E for everyone (save for Maverick Hunter X, which got an E10 rating), the Legacy Collection is rated T, making it the first Mega Man game to receive the rating. This may likely be due to the blood-like liquid found in Zero's intro cutscene and the scene of Double revealing his true nature and violently killing the reploids in Mega Man X4- though it is supposed to be a type of robotic oil, the way it is drawn in the cutscenes does make it look quite a bit like actual blood. This, combined with the rather violent imagery (particularly in the case of the Double cutscene, where the liquid is spurting out of the reploids much like blood does in a typical anime) is probably what garnered the Teen rating.
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Bag of Spilling
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Bag of Spilling: The games tend to eschew all weapons and upgrades you've collected in the previous games, except for a select few. X, for example, keeps his dash upgrade after acquiring it in first game. Likewise, Zero started to Double Jump on his own starting from X6. Hell, Hunter Rank has a propensity to inexplicably drop between sequels whenever it's a relevant gameplay mechanic. Zero can be a Special A-class hunter in one game, before dropping down to D-class in another.
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Gravity Screw
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Gravity Screw: Cyber Peacock's stage in X4, Dark Dizzy's stage in X5, and Gravity Antonion's stage in X8.
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Background Boss
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Background Boss: Rangda Bangda and Sigma's second forms in both X1 and X5; Giant Mechaniloid CF-0 in X2; Maoh the Giant in X3; the first encounter against Egregion in X4, Illumina in X6; Yadokari and Sigma's second form in X7; the second Crabz-Y encounter in X8.
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Easter Egg
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Easter Egg: The Hadoken and Shoryuken in some of the games, of course. In X8, Zero also gets a Hurricane Kick with the K Knuckles.
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Multipurpose Tongue
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Multipurpose Tongue: Sting Chameleon from X1 is all about this trope. He uses his tongue as his primary attack, and can hang from the ceiling to rain damaging spikes down from the ceiling.
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Limit Break
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Limit Break: Giga Attacks. Also, each boss, starting with the third game, will unleash a more powerful attack starting at 50% health, but only once (it either is very difficult to avoid, or has a lingering effect).
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Shotoclone
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Shotoclone: There are hidden special attacks for X in the first two games that mimic Ryu and Ken's signature attacks from Street Fighter. X's Shoryuken returns in X4 (charged Rising Fire) and X8 (comes with the Ultimate Armor). Magma Dragoon is an utterly blatant Shotoclone, complete with Akuma's topknot and magatama. In X8 as well, two of Zero's techniques change into the Shoryuken and the Tatsumaki Senpukyaku when he's equipped with the K Knuckle. X can use the Shoryuken as well if he's equipped with his Ultimate Armor.
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Character Select Forcing
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Character Select Forcing: X6 was horrible about this; choosing the wrong armor set made the game very hard in the fortress. A variant also existed in X8, where most of the main stages required the X/Axl team to collect all or most of the items hidden throughout — effectively benching the most popular character in the series!
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Awesome, but Impractical
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Awesome, but Impractical: A lot of X's helmet upgrades fall under this. The SNES ones, and their Gameboy Expies, aren't much use once you memorize where they'd be useful aside from unlocking that game's respective Game-Breaker. Half of the regular X5 and X6 ones reduce weapon energy usage (which Zero nor the Ultimate Armor really need), the Shadow Armor speeds up sword attacks, and the Gaea Armor has no stated function at all. Aversions are X4 (game play is set up so weapons are still useful), X7 (attracts power ups from further away), and X8 (a weaponized form of X1's part, a quick charge, and unlimited weapon energy). Charging up the X-Buster for normal mooks is only useful if you had one ready. Since they lack Mercy Invincibility, it's much faster to rapid fire them to death. Bosses are a different story. For that matter as well, charged up special weapons are situational at best, and not very useful for bosses most of the time.
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Psycho Electric Eel
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Psycho Electric Eel: As an exception to the "no other electric fish" rule, Volt Catfish from the third game.
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Frame-Up
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Frame-Up: Happens in X4 to the Repliforce, by Magma Dragoon and his forces wearing the Repliforce sigil.
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Autobots, Rock Out!
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Autobots, Rock Out!: A majority of Sigma's battle themes count.
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Ax-Crazy
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Ax-Crazy: Before his Heel–Face Turn, Zero was very violent and very disobedient due to a programming flaw in his cognitive system. When the Maverick virus infected him, however, it ironically fixed this exact flaw, allowing him to perform a Heel–Face Turn and join the Maverick Hunters.
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Gratuitous English
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Gratuitous English: The original Japanese names of the Mavericks. X6 and beyond used these for all translations, leading to such oddities as Metal Shark Player (?), Vanishing Gungaroo, and Tornado Tonion. "Tonion" is an attempted Woolseyism on "Debunion" (debu/"fat" and onion). Vanishing Gungaroo's name is a portmanteau of "gun" and "kangaroo." In general, many Mavericks' Japanese names are a corruption of the English name for whatever animal they resemble — Wheel Gator's Japanese name is Wheel Alligates, for instance. It's just that in X6, they stopped changing them to make sense for the English version. Metal Shark Player's bizarre name comes from a mistranslation of "Prayer," as in praying. Suitably, he has an ability to resurrect old bosses using the scrap metal nearby. In one case, Magna Centipede, this was actually sort of averted. It was thought that Japanese kids wouldn't know the English word "centipede", so the developers spent a lot of time trying to think of a better name before settling on "Hyakulegger," "hyaku" meaning "a hundred." And in the cases of Boomer Kuwanger and Infinity Mijinion, the names are only partially in English — leaving English speakers baffled as to what a "Kuwanger" is.* For the record, "Kuwanger" comes from "kuwagata" (stag beetle) and "Mijinion" comes from "mijinko" (daphnia).
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Deadly Euphemism
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Deadly Euphemism: "Retirement".
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Distaff Counterpart
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Distaff Counterpart: In X8, Alia, Layer, and Palette are counterparts to X, Zero, and Axl, respectively. Concerning the Easter Eggs below, they can be Joke Characters, too, since none of them can use their respective Spear Counterparts' armor upgrades. At least they do have access to all of the upgrade chips.
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Live Item
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Live Item: Technically, the Reploids you need to rescue in X5, X6 and X7. They'll give you goods (commonly a 1-Up) when you rescue them. The X6 and X7 variants give you equipment as well.
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Time Stands Still
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Also in X5, Dark Dizzy/Necrobat, a vampire bat with the ability to stop time, is apparently based on Dio Brando. ZA WARUDO!
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Stuff Blowing Up
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Stuff Blowing Up: Many fans said that that's what make them love this series (especially true to the boss' cinematic explosions). You know why. You can even see Special Effects Evolution of the explosions across the first three games; in X1, enemies just turn into an explosion sprite, in X2 some of them have a few pieces fly out, and in X3 and beyond all of them have lots of pieces fly out.
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Power Levels
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Power Levels: In X3, the images were combined with ratings for strength and speed. Most of the bosses topped at about 10,000 for one or the other, Sigma made it up to 16,000 both, and Battle Body Sigma reached 25,600 for both (despite the fact that he was slower than dirt). Interestingly, X and Zero both had ratings of "?", which is confirmed in X4 when Cyber Peacock proclaims that X's potential is limitless (though he immediately tries to discredit his readings by claiming it's not possible).
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Panda-ing to the Audience
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Panda-ing to the Audience: Bamboo Pandamonium from X8. He's far from cute and cuddly though, being able to do heavy damage with his attacks.
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After the End
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After the End: X6 onwards, because of the Eurasia Crisis in X5.
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Light and Mirrors Puzzle
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Light and Mirrors Puzzle: Shield Sheldon's stage in X6.
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Your Princess Is in Another Castle!
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Your Princess Is in Another Castle!: X8's "Gateway" (never mind the title!) level is the standard Mega Man X formula for the final level: shorter than most levels, the Boss Rush initiated halfway, and confronting Sigma as the Boss. However, this Sigma is not even the real one. The final level is on the moon afterward.
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Standard Power-Up Pose
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Standard Power-Up Pose: If Zero becomes "Awakened" in X5, he adopts this pose along with a red glowing aura.
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Instrumental Theme Tune
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Instrumental Theme Tune: "Variable X," the theme that symbolizes X's growth and Zero's trust in him. It was this at first, but later the theme became more attached to dramatic scenes mostly involving Zero's death or any sacrifice he makes for X. That said, the theme still follows both warriors, zig-zagging to which one it truly represents, leading to the conclusion it belongs to both of them.
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Crystal Prison
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X2: Used to escape Crystal Snail's Crystal Hunter.
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Zeerust
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Zee Rust: The first game's pre-title intro is done as a computer read-out on X's data and Dr. Light's warning about his abilities, prefaced by a boot-up sequence. Despite the OS being as advanced as 2114 (with RAM to match: all told, the system's packing 40,960 terabytes of memory) aside from the blue typeface, it's a clear knockoff of DOS.
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The Smart Guy
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The Smart Girl: Alia
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Properly Paranoid
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Properly Paranoid: In X5, Livesaver had growing concern of Zero's immunity to a virus he carries. Depending on how the story unfolds, turns out said virus, alongside a different strain of said virus, releases Zero's evil side. In X6, the Inspectors are labeled Mavericks on a whim. The Inspectors turned out to actually be willingly working for someone evil. Somewhat of a Double Subversion regarding their backstory: Gate (the Inspectors' creator) wasn't evil back then, but his creations ended up branded Maverick or otherwise killed off because of the other scientists' jealousy at his talent (and some of his creations are indeed dangerous, but not malicious). It drove Gate bitter and evil, making people's suspicions right from a certain perspective.
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Beneficial Disease
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Beneficial Disease: The Maverick Virus is this to Zero. In fact, according to Word of God, the virus had ironically fixed a programming bug in his "cognitive" system that made him very violent and disobedient, to the point where he performed a Heel–Face Turn soon after and joined the Maverick Hunters to face down other Mavericks. (The virus is supposed to make other robots violent by removing their inhibitions and their empathy).
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Character Development
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Character Development: It's hard to tell through the awful writing, but in X6, X actually seems more confident and decisive about situations, best displayed by his Badass Boast to Sigma: A speech which actually has shades of Zero's personality to it.
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Degraded Boss
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Degraded Boss: A boss that has been degraded so much, he was turned into a mook (an Elite Mook, but still)! And he's Sigma of the previous games! See Boss Rush above.
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Recurring Boss
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Recurring Boss: Dynamo, High Max, the Nightmare Police, and Vile.
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Foregone Conclusion
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Foregone Conclusion: The Day of Sigma. That is all. Except it's even worse than the original: Sigma manages to nuke Abel City, along with Dr. Cain.
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Bad Boss
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Bad Boss: It is heavily implied that Flame Mammoth spends most of his time in his unit mocking those inferior to him in terms of strength. As an added bit of laser-guided karma, he's also the only one of the former Maverick Hunters in the first X game that defected to Sigma's side to not have any of his unit go with him, although given the setting where he is fought, he probably didn't need them anyways.
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Macabre Moth Motif
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Macabre Moth Motif: Morph Moth, whose stage is the robot equivalent of a graveyard with zombies.
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I Die Free
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I Die Free: Many of the bosses in X5 that are infected by The Virus challenged X/Zero for this reason.
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Villain by Default
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Villain by Default: All of the villains in this series (and also ZX series) are called Mavericks, ranging from the virus-infected ones, wrongly-accused ones or just the plain criminals with free will. Mega Man Zero plays this from the different side, as La Résistance who is composed of innocent Reploids are judged Mavericks just because of energy shortage.
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Strictly Formula
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Strictly Formula: If there's some new Reploids introduced, chance are they're evil or just want to backstab people. Most of the time, Sigma is behind all of these. It then becomes a plot twist when it turns out in X8 that Sigma is not the Big Bad and the Final Boss of the game.
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Climax Boss
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Climax Boss: Built up by four games' worth of storyline? Check. Very awesome boss battle theme? Check. Supposed to end the series? Check. Mega Man X vs. Zero is the right way to go. Tweak a few more things in the storyline, and it would even be more awesome. The battle was even reused for the future series: Copy-X vs. Zero (twice!) for Mega Man Zero, and Mega Man Model X vs. Mega Man Model Z in Mega Man ZX. The Bad Ending storyline actually makes this battle even more poignant: Compare the canon arguments they have thinking the other is too susceptible to the virus to Awakening Zero vowing to destroy X, and X vowing to defeat him and bring back "the real Zero."
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The Bad Ending storyline actually makes this battle even more poignant: Compare the canon arguments they have thinking the other is too susceptible to the virus to Awakening Zero vowing to destroy X, and X vowing to defeat him and bring back "the real Zero."
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Tyrannosaurus rex
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Tyrannosaurus rex: Mattrex, complete with fire breath. Justified, as he's a robot.
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Broken Aesop
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Broken Aesop: The idea that the term "Maverick" being abused to deal with merely disobedient Reploids in X4 would be a lot more effective if Repliforce wasn't an army, and therefore disobedience from a massively powerful army answerable to the world governments that is suspected of murdering millions of people would be a legitimate concern. The only difference between a human army who did that would be using "traitor" or "renegade" in place of the word "maverick".
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Recycled Soundtrack
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Recycled Soundtrack: Duff McWhalen's stage music is Bubble Crab's stage music remade for the PS. The battles against the Black Devil and Ragna Bagda in X5 are set to remixes of their their boss themes from 1 and X1 respectively. Gate's stages from X6 use a sped-up remix of the second X-Hunter stage from X2.
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EpilepticTree
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The Dr. Light capsules, in all games. A popular Epileptic Tree for it is that all of them are actually one, single capsule.
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Advancing Boss of Doom
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Advancing Boss of Doom: In X5, there's a battleship that serves as an Advancing Mini-Boss of Doom.
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Flunky Boss
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Flunky Boss: Flame Hyenard is the worst offender here. You're riding on a Mechaniloid that's trying to shoot you down with missiles! And if that's not enough, he makes two copies of himself as well! Infinity Mijinion from X6 is even worse. It's reflected on his name — he can make copies of himself indefinitely, to the point of filling the entire screen with his clones. Split Mushroom and Axle The Red from X4 and X5 respectively also qualify. Sigma becomes this in X6.
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Minecart Madness
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Minecart Madness: Armored Armadillo's stage in X1. The minecarts themselves travel very fast, mow down nearby Mooks in an instant, and are in fact required to cross the large chasm connecting the end of the mine to the entrance of the Boss Room.
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Smashing Survival
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Smashing Survival: X1: Used to escape the Gulpfer fish in X1 and X5 if you get Swallowed Whole. X2: Used to escape Crystal Snail's Crystal Hunter. X3: Blizzard Buffalo's ice prison and Crush Crawfish's Spam Attack X4: Web Spider's webs and the yellow orbs in Cyber Peacock's level.
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Desperation Attack
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In X8, every boss will turn invincible and pull out a Desperation Attack at 25% health. It becomes quite annoying once you avoid it and are waiting for the Mercy Invincibility to wear off...
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Unwinnable by Mistake
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Unwinnable by Mistake: In X6, Capcom actually included a way to get Zero's Black Armor without the use of a cheat code. However, a design oversight made it impossible to achieve. What did you have to do? Defeat Nightmare Zero when he's at level 4, which you get him at by obtaining 5,000 Nightmare souls. Problem is, getting 3,000 unlocks Gate's Lab, which removes the Nightmare Zero fight entirely and replaces him with Dynamo. Oops! It's seemingly impossible to beat Gate's Lab 2 with Unarmored X or Shadow Armor X due to an air dash-only jump, but you can clear it with either clever use of Blaze Heatnix's weapon (swing the fire blade repeatedly in the air to float over the gap), or by combining BOTH the Hyper Dash and Jumper parts, and then dash jumping off the wall at the absolute lowest possible spot.
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A.I. Is a Crapshoot
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A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Being cheap replicas of X, Reploids (in their earlier generations at least) have the tendency for going "Maverick".
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Title Scream
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Title Scream: In X4, X7, and X8.
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Heroes Prefer Swords
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Heroes Prefer Swords: Subverted — The Hero, X, prefers an Arm Cannon. It's The Lancer, Zero who prefers swords (more specifically, a Laser Blade).
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Everything's Better with Monkeys
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Everything's Better with Monkeys: Spark Mandrill from X and Soldier Stonekong from X7.
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Honor Before Reason
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Honor Before Reason: Maverick Hunter X has the pre-fight dialogue with several of the Mavericks point out that they're followers of this logic. X specifically points out that their actions will have them classified as Mavericks, and they don't deny it, but believe that what they're fighting for is right. The one exception is Storm Eagle, who doesn't deny the Maverick classification, but seems genuinely remorseful about the fact that he'll be considered a psycho and have to fight X as a result.
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Human Popsicle
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Human Popsicle: Many Mavericks weak to ice based attacks (and our heroes) will get frozen this way. Overdrive Ostrich in X2 is a variant, instead vulnerable to being sealed in crystal, but it's the same idea.
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Four Is Death
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Four Is Death: X4 was the first game in the X series to escalate the body count up to a horrific extreme- and first to present a legitimate threat to destroy the entire planet. It was also the same installment where Zero suffered a tragic loss... the death of his crush, Iris. In addition, three more key-to-the-plot Reploids perish: Colonel, a martyr to his own cause, Double, who reveals himself as a Double Agent and gets a Karmic Death, and General, who performs a Heroic Sacrifice. That makes four major deaths in the story. note Sigma died too, of course, but he was brought back in the next game.
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Characterization Marches On
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Characterization Marches On: Not applied to only one character, but the concept as whole for the series. In the beginning X was said to be special, not only for being the origin to all Reploids but for being to most humane out of the bunch, his emotions and potential for growth can be compared to that of any human; in turn other Reploids, and even Zero the other Super Prototype himself, commented on how they couldn't (or considered a waste to) feel and express themselves like X did. A few games later, this concept seems to be all but abandoned, pretty much all other Reploids and Zero are Ridiculously Human Robots, they express themselves and have distinctive personalities like any other human; X now is more of a outspoken pacifist, as opposed to someone who worries because he was the only one who could.
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Original Video Animation
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Original Video Animation: Day of Sigma, available after finishing the first game's remake. It's a prequel to events in the series; however, it retcons certain aspects of the series canon (eg. Sigma's motivations, Dr. Cain's death [he was shown/mentioned in games up to X4; especially in X2, where it was he who rebuilt Zero from the parts X stole from the X-Hunters], etc.). It should be noted that Maverick Hunter X was intended to use Inafune's originally intended plot for the X series, so maybe Dr. Cain wasn't supposed to be around for that long.
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Tagalong Kid
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Tag Along Kid: Axl
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Polygon Ceiling
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Polygon Ceiling: X7 is considered the weakest game of the series largely because of a poor implementation of 3D gameplay. The next game, which was entirely 2.5D, was much better received.
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Distant Sequel
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Distant Sequel: The series takes place a century after the events of the original series.
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Orchestra Hit Techno Battle
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Orchestra Hit Techno Battle: As the series start in the nineties, many of the theme songs are techno, with a few greater ones being orchestra as well. Best example would be X5's final stage, where combined with the trippy background makes the it as much of a rave party as a climactic fight.
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Compilation Re-release
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Compilation Re-release: The Mega Man X Collection, compiling Mega Man X from X through X6 plus the unlockable Mega Man Battle & Chase on a single disc. It also features a Gallery where artwork, original sketches, and unused music can be unlocked through beating each game. Originally the collection was also intended to be updated versions of these games, but due to complications that arose from of using the idea for Maverick Hunter X as a remake of X-X6, the idea for both games was scrapped.
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Shock and Awe
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Shock and Awe: Spark Mandrill, Volt Catfish, Web Spider, Squid Adler, Tornado Tonion, Gigavolt Man-O'-War.
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Downer Ending
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Downer Ending: Zero's ending in X5. Though having finally defeated Sigma for good, Zero himself is mortally wounded in process, and as he dies, he sees the flashback of his evil past (of Dr. Wily), as well as the memory of his deceased girlfriend Iris, whom he could never meet again.
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The Big Guy
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The Big Girl: Layer
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Power Crystal
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Power Crystal: Many Reploids have these. In particular, most of the humanoid ones have at least one on their forehead. This is pretty much a trademark symbol of Gate's Reploids in X6.
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Motive Decay
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Motive Decay: Invoked with the Maverick label, which was originally used to describe rogue Reploids infected with the Maverick virus, and then starting with Mega Man X4 began to be applied to political enemies as an excuse for the Maverick Hunters to wipe them out. By the time Mega Man Zero comes around the Maverick virus has ceased to exist and "Mavericks" are basically just any Reploid the Neo Arcadian government wants dead.
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Book-Ends
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Book-Ends: The Zero series reveals that this series "ended" with the main characters sealing themselves for different purposes, which is the same state they are found in at the beginning of this series. During X4, we learn that before the events of the first game, Sigma had smashed Zero's head crystal. At the end of X8, Lumine smashes Axl's head crystal.
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Synchronization
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Synchronization: In the spin-off, Mega Man Xtreme, the characters Techno and Middy share the same CPU despite being in different bodies.
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Shades of Conflict
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Shades of Conflict: The games can vary tremendously. In the first through third games, you are heroically trying to put down a murderous revolution mostly caused by an army of infected replies. In the fourth game, you're a bit more trigger happy, dealing with wrongfully accused people doing everything in their power to justify your need to take them down. The games just get more ambiguous from there.
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The Dragon
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In X3, there's a secret level that can only be accessed through specific teleportation capsules, that take you to an abandoned factory where you can fight Vile, The Dragon of the first game. Finding and beating him will result in another boss appearing in his stead later on, where he would normally find and attack you.
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Broad Strokes
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Broad Strokes: In order to not confuse the fans, Inafune started the Zero series off with the title character sealed instead of dead, the latter of which was the original concept (how X5 ended, that is). Still leaves Capcom to make more X games.
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PostScriptSeason
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Post-Script Season: X5 was meant to cap off the series and segue into the Zero series, but stuff happened and Capcom threw together four more installments that didn't really involve Inafune's input.
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Everything's Better with Penguins
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X: Flame Mammoth (fire), Chill Penguin (ice), and Spark Mandrill (lightning). Interestingly enough, Fire beats Ice which beats Lightning, compatible with the Mega Man 6 pattern and completely opposite of what happened in the original Mega Man.
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Green Thumb
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Green Thumb: Axle the Red from X5 and Bamboo Pandamonium from X8.
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Meta Twist
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Meta Twist: Like Dr. Wily before him, Sigma is always the Big Bad and Final Boss in every game, and if he isn't outright stated to be the Big Bad right off the bat, then he's either be The Man Behind the Man or he'll hijack the plot at the last minute...except for the two games where he doesn't (X8 and Command Mission.)
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Charged Attack
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Charged Attack: Shouldn't need elaboration. Also applies to the Z-saber in X3 and X6 (when used by X). That's Type B. Giga Attacks sometimes fall into this category, as Type A.
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Boss Rush
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Boss Rush: Every single game. X1 is the only one to intersperse boss fights throughout Sigma's Fortress. The other games lock you in a room with 8 doors. The PSP remake of the first game has X realize that Sigma had the bodies of the eight bosses repaired, but not the personalities, when he starts having the rematches. Justified in X8: the Bosses in the Boss Rush are new generation Reploids copying the data of the Boss. There's a variation in the second half of the final level: most of the enemies are now using their abilities to morph into weaker versions of the Sigma fought a level earlier, now a Disc-One Final Boss. X8 also changes up the boss rush chamber by color coding the teleporters, so you can tell where each boss is. Black = Dark Mantis, white = Avalanche Yeti, etc. There's also an optional boss in Optic Sunflower's stage where you must beat the Maverick under a time limit.
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Disc-One Nuke
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Disc-One Nuke: See one of the Game Breakers below. Also, through a cheat code, the Ultimate and Zero Armors can be available at the very start of some of the games (X5, X6). The first game gives us a double-dose. Chill Penguin's stage, which has the mandatory Leg Capsule. There's also the fact that the aforementioned Boss is a Warmup Boss, meaning that defeating him would be a good start for the game! It's tricky, but far from impossible in X1 to beat Storm Eagle first (without the ability to dash against his wind) so long as you know where and when to start running. The reward, Storm Tornado, rips through stages like nothing. If preferred, X could defeat Chill Penguin or lose all his lives in Chill Penguin's stage after getting the Leg Upgrade, then go to the airport to face Storm Eagle and access the Helmet Capsule. If you have the guts to take on Sting Chameleon and Storm Eagle first and get the Buster upgrade from Flame Mammoth's stage soon after, you're rewarded with the ability to constantly turn yourself invincible for the rest of the game, and all for relatively little ammo consumption to boot!
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Turtle Power
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Turtle Power: Rainy Turtloid of X6.
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Awesome Mc Coolname: The Guns N' Roses names for the Mavericks in X5. GRIZZLY SLASH! DARK DIZZY! MATTREX! Even Duff McWhalen is awesome in its own silly way. Some of them might be a bit... less so, however (see Unfortunate Names) A lot of maverick names fall under this. Most of them have the formula of their element or gimmick followed by the name of whatever their design is based on. Sometimes this works too well, or they get a little more creative with the formula.
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Platform Battle
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Platform Battle: A few bosses, most notably the rematch against Serges in X2 (set on floating platforms above a bed of lethal spikes) as well as Gate's boss fight in X6, this time above Bottomless Pits.
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Inexplicable Treasure Chests
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Inexplicable Treasure Chests: The Dr. Light capsules, in all games. A popular Epileptic Tree for it is that all of them are actually one, single capsule. Just to give the most bizarre example, there's a capsule in the Dinosaur Tank, a place that is flying all the time and did not exist in Light's time.
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Spam Attack
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X3: Blizzard Buffalo's ice prison and Crush Crawfish's Spam Attack
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Named After Somebody Famous
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Named After Somebody Famous: The Maverick bosses in X5 are named after the members (and ex-members) of Guns N' Roses. This gets downright punny with a Maverick rose named Axle. See Shout-Out below.
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The Lancer
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The Lancer: Zero
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Full-Boar Action
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Full-Boar Action: Hellride Boarski, a mohawked motorcycle-based gang leader.
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Panthera Awesome
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Panthera Awesome: Neon Tiger from X3 and Slash Beast from X4.
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Nintendo Hard
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Nintendo Hard: X6, thanks to the endless array of instant death spikes. Combined with every other instant-kill trap, utilized in the most sadistic way possible.
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Sequel Hook
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Sequel Hook: X8 ends with one, where Lumine, in his last breath, knocks Axl comatose, and leaves a strange fragment on his helmet. It gets no mention in Command Mission, which might or might not be the next chronological game. Earlier, in X1, after the end credits: Sigma shows up on a screen and taunts X, saying that his spirit still lives on, which turned out to be a hint about Sigma's true nature as The Virus.
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Freeze-Frame Bonus
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Freeze-Frame Bonus: During the X vs. Zero battle in X5, the winning combatant remarks that they didn't expect the loser to use Soul Body as a final attack and then collapses from their injuries. If you squint, you'll see X/Zero actually send out Soul Body to attack the player right at the end of the usual explosion that signifies a defeated boss.
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New Game+
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New Game+: Xtreme 1 and Xtreme 2 allowed this, particularly with the latter's parts system. X7 also featured this so you can carry over the upgrades you got from Reploids. X8, which features the most item collection in the series, lets you cut loose with all your prizes — indeed, it's the only way to unlock each character's special armor.
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Threatening Shark
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Threatening Shark: Metal Shark Player from X6.
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Arm Cannon
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X: Hadouken and Zero's Z-Buster. Subverted in the latter's case, as it requires you not to complete the Side Quest.
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Four-Temperament Ensemble
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Four-Temperament Ensemble completed by X5: The fast-action Anti-Hero Zero (choleric), the conscientious defender X (melancholic), the father-figure Signas (phlegmatic), the flamboyant Axl (sanguine), and Douglas (eclectic). Lady reploids of X8: Alia (choleric), Palette (phlegmatic), and Layer (eclectic). The lone X-hunter (in his own right), X2's X-Hunters, and the Big Bad Sigma: Vile (super choleric), Agile (melancholic), Serges (phlegmatic), Violen (sanguine), and Sigma (eclectic).
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Permanently Missable Content
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Permanently Missable Content: In X6, there are Reploids scattered throughout the levels waiting around to be rescued. God help you if a nightmare virus infects one of them, because they will be lost forever, taking the items they give with them.
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An Ice Person
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An Ice Person: Chill Penguin, Blizzard Buffalo, Frost Walrus, Duff McWhalen, Blizzard Wolfang, Avalanche Yeti.
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Elite Army
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Elite Army: The Maverick Hunters are always shorter in numbers than their adversaries, but they consistently come out on top, largely owing to the fact that two (later three) of their members are just that exceptional.
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Woolseyism
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"Tonion" is an attempted Woolseyism on "Debunion" (debu/"fat" and onion). Vanishing Gungaroo's name is a portmanteau of "gun" and "kangaroo." In general, many Mavericks' Japanese names are a corruption of the English name for whatever animal they resemble — Wheel Gator's Japanese name is Wheel Alligates, for instance. It's just that in X6, they stopped changing them to make sense for the English version.
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Dub-Induced Plot Hole
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Of course, the wording used is different in the Japanese version (see "Dub-Induced Plot Hole"). In this case, true to the prophecy, in X5, he had a battle with Zero, for reasons differing depending on which path you took, thus averting this trope.
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Species Surname
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Species Surname: A common theme with many of the Maverick bosses of the X series.
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Meaningful Name
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Infinity Mijinion from X6 is even worse. It's reflected on his name — he can make copies of himself indefinitely, to the point of filling the entire screen with his clones.
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With a Friend and a Stranger
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With a Friend and a Stranger: In the manufactured-reploid era, X and Zero are the two original blueprints and lifelong friends. The third hero, Axl (the New Generation Prototype) comes into existence much later.
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Fighting Your Friend
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Fighting Your Friend: The penultimate boss fight of X5 saw X fighting against Zero. Zero vs. Iris from X4. It doesn't end well. In Legacy Collection Challenge Mode, X can fight Iris as well (alongside Double), though she will still refer to Zero, basically about her having to fight her boyfriend's best friend, and same goes with X fighting his best friend's girlfriend.
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Disc-One Final Boss
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Disc-One Final Boss: The X-Hunters, Dr. Doppler, General, Dynamo, Gate, Red, and, ironically, Sigma himself in X8, not once, but twice!! Capcom is in love with this trope.
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Real-Time Weapon Change
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Real-Time Weapon Change: Since the series started on the SNES, the shoulder buttons were used as an alternative to pausing for the weapons.
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Guide Dang It!
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The power weakness order can be a Guide Dang It!, especially to the uninitiated. Each boss is weak to a certain power, but there is hardly any hint as to what power. If you've played previous installments, there's a bit of logic to it — wind blows out fire, fire tends to burn plants or melt ice, etc. — but you're otherwise playing a guessing game. Moreover, the game usually has a preset pattern which allows you to defeat every boss with the least amount of trouble, not to mention taking advantage of the weaknesses of any of the special bosses along the way. Again, there's not a hint on what this is. The games do tend to lean towards Monstrosity Equals Weakness, but this isn't a universal truth.
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Iconic Outfit
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Iconic Outfit: If anyone doesn't know Zero because of his badassery, it would be because of his Booblights...
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Monstrosity Equals Weakness
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Monstrosity Equals Weakness
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Video Game Remake
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Video Game Remake: Maverick Hunter X to X1, which was supposed to be a Continuity Reboot.
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No Ontological Inertia
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No Ontological Inertia: Many instances. For one, X wouldn't be harmed by spikes if he stands on them right after he defeats a boss.
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Excuse Plot
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Excuse Plot: The Legacy Collection Challenge Mode has some backgrounds, but those were mostly excuses so you can just go fight two bosses at once.
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Creepy Centipedes
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Creepy Centipedes: Magna Centipede from X2, who's a ninja hacker centipede robot. There's also a more traditional one as the mini-boss of Neon Tiger's stage in X3.
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Calling Your Attacks
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Calling Your Attacks: Zero with his Command Arts; bonus points for calling them mostly in their Japanese names. Especially of note would be X8, where X, Axl, and several of the bosses join in the act as well, with X always doing it in English for good measure. Magma Dragoon, an otherwise normal boss in X4, also does this with Street Fighter-based attacks.
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No Cutscene Inventory Inertia
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No Cutscene Inventory Inertia: Any animated cutscene with X shows him in his base form, with whatever armor powerups you have being absent. In-game scenes keep the armor on though, leading to continuity problems in X7 and X8 which go from in game to animated during the final boss fights.
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Camp Gay
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Camp Gay: Tornado Tonion, of X7. Cyber Peacock too, somewhat, in X4.
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You Can't Fight Fate
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You Can't Fight Fate: No matter what happens in X5, Zero and Mega Man X will always have their destined battle. This was already hinted at since X3.
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Cranial Processing Unit
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Cranial Processing Unit: Many large bosses and mini-bosses (as well as Sigma's One-Winged Angel forms) can only be damaged in the head.
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Idiot Ball
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Even the term "Maverick" isn't safe; originally used to describe out-of-control reploids (mostly viral infected, though the viral infection wasn't realized until the third game), then it became a warped political tool to refer to any designated threat becoming a target, starting with the Repliforce (though the Repliforce's complete idiocy in handling the situation that got them declared Maverick in the first place would have necessitated their disbanding anyway). Eventually the "Maverick" label escalated to the point it became a convenient tool to refer to anyone that "needed" disposing of, even harmless Reploids trying to stay alive during an energy crisis like in the Zero series.
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Suicide by Cop
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More than a few Reploids in X5 seem more interested in fighting the protagonists than they are about doing something to help save the world. Many of them (especially Duff McWhalen and Grizzly Slash) say that they've been infected by the Virus and want to fight the heroes and die with dignity. Some, like Squid Adler, do actually give X and Zero what they need, only for the Virus to choose that moment to take over their minds and force them to fight.
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Grey-and-Gray Morality
 Mega Man X (Video Game) / int_7335ffa9
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Grey-and-Gray Morality: As the series went on, the lines separating who's the good guys and the baddies became increasingly blurred. X4 showed how the label of "Maverick" can be tossed around indiscriminately and how this can have tragic consequences, X6's plot only happened because Gate was betrayed and cast out of a society simply because he took risks no one else would (aside from his creations being too strong), and Lumine in X8 genuinely believed that his force-evolution plot would end the wars.
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In-Series Nickname
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In-Series Nickname: Rarely is X referred to by his full name, Mega Man X.
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Unblockable Attack
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Unblockable Attack: In X8, X's fully charged buster shot, Zero's 3-hit sword combo, and Axl's rapid-fire shots (to be exact, every 8th shot) can flip Metools over. They all also have at least one boss weapon that breaks shields like the previously-mentioned techniques, and one that bypasses shields completely.
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2½D
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2½D: X7 and X8. The former's gameplay jumps from 2D to 3D seamlessly without warning. The latter is a better example, with most of the gameplay being 2D with some occasional 3D moments.
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Team Shot
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Team Shot: This happens near the end of Mega Man X4's intro cutscene, and an awesome one is pulled off near the end of X8, as the three heroes prepare to take on Lumine.
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Mana Meter
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Mana Meter: The Weapon Energy meter.
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Tentacled Terror
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Tentacled Terror: Launch Octopus from X and Squid Adler from X5.
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Chronic Backstabbing Disorder
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Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: Almost every game features an ally turning on you, with Sigma's revolt in the first game being the most notable.
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Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever
 Mega Man X (Video Game) / int_7ccd3698
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Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Sigma's final form in X1, the intro stage bosses of X2 and X3, Eregion and General from X4, Illumina in X6, Sigma's One-Winged Angel forms in X5, X6, and X7, and the intro stage bosses from X7 and X8, as well as a reappearance of said robot later in X8.
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Platform Hell
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Platform Hell: Gate's stages in X6, which often approach I Wanna Be the Guy levels of frustration and difficulty.
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Cultural Translation
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Cultural Translation + Punny Name: In the English version of X5, the bosses' names were plays on current and former members of Guns N' Roses.
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Shared Life Meter
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Shared Life Meter: Rangda Bangda (which also reappears in X5), a giant robotic face that's defeated by destroying both it's eyes and its floating robotic "nose".
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Easy Level Trick
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Easy Level Trick: There's a section of Sigma's first fortress in X1 that's full of springs. The springs launch you toward the ceiling when you step on them, making the section rather difficult, but if you just use the dash feature you bounce from spring to spring avoiding enemies and zooming past the lasers, landing at the end without a scratch.
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Linear Warriors, Quadratic Wizards
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Linear Warriors, Quadratic Wizards: Zero and X respectively, in a way. Zero, as a prominent Z-saber user, is stronger than X at first, but when X is fully upgraded with the weapons from bosses as well as Powered Armors, X becomes an all-powerful warrior in his own right.
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Mechanical Evolution
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Mechanical Evolution: Done rather uniquely; all Reploids are 'replica androids' derived from the titular X, who was designed with 'limitless potential,' the capability to evolve to (hopefully) overcome any obstacle he was presented with. As X is forced to fight and evolve, more and more powerful Reploids can be made based on him, allowing the species itself to evolve over time.
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Mercy Invincibility
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Charging up the X-Buster for normal mooks is only useful if you had one ready. Since they lack Mercy Invincibility, it's much faster to rapid fire them to death. Bosses are a different story. For that matter as well, charged up special weapons are situational at best, and not very useful for bosses most of the time.
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Spikes of Doom
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Spikes of Doom: Par for the course for a Mega Man game, but this got really bad in X6.
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BFS
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X8: Sigma's BFS. This game also marked the first (and so far, only) appearance of Axl's "White Armor". X and Zero can also get their Ultimate Armor and Black Armor respectively in this game.
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Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors
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Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors: Per the previous series, everyone's weak to something; you just have to figure out what.
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Rouge Angles of Satin
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Rouge Angles of Satin: From the first game: "YOU GET HORMING TORPEDO". They didn't bother correcting it in the US version, it seems. PAL version seems to have fixed it, though.
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Inherently Funny Words
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Inherently Funny Words: Metal Shark Player.
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Life Meter
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Life Meter: The Life Energy meter.
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PowerArmor
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Power Armor: The Mini-Mecha mentioned above, complete with a separate health reservoir, speed dash, and titan punches. X3 introduced a few variants, including one with Spikes of Doom and an anphibious one with Super Not-Drowning Skills. X's various armors from Dr. Light's capsules is a more standard version.
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What Happened to the Mouse?
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What Happened to the Mouse?: Dr. Cain is mentioned in the instruction manuals to Mega Man X1 and Mega Man X4, before making actual in-game appearances in Mega Man X2, Mega Man X3 and Mega Man Xtreme, but after that, he is never mentioned or seen again. The Day of Sigma, however, retcons this and implies that he died from Sigma's attack.
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Too Long; Didn't Dub
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Too Long; Didn't Dub: In particular, the X6 bosses' name keep their original Japanese names, as opposed to the bosses of the past (e.g X4 Cyber Kujacker into Cyber Peacock).
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Speed Echoes
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Speed Echoes: Whenever you dash, this happens.
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Land, Sea, Sky
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Land, Sea, Sky: In X4, you face off against high-ranking officers of Repliforce's Army (Slash Beast), Navy (Jet Stingray) and Air Force (Storm Owl)
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Mini-Boss
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X8's Hard Mode: Whoever is the backup character will be captured by Vile after that Mini-Boss fight, and the main player character will have to traverse the rest of the final level alone. In an awesome Gameplay and Story Segregation aversion, Sigma traps the main player halfway during the Boss fight, and, true to the trope, the backup character will return to save his partner.
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Kill All Humans
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Kill All Humans: Suddenly Reploids, thanks to their advanced programming that allows them to enjoy a personality, can malfunction and end up wanting to exterminate and not care about humans, aptly named Mavericks. Thanks to the circuit that makes X "worry" about the value of humans and reploids not being perfect in other reploids, and thus extremely vunerable to the virus, which exploits the cracks. This is also at times implied to be an inherent part of the reploid's free will: Just as a human can freely choose the Dark Side, reploids can do the same. The flaw simply makes them more vulnerable to physical and external influences on their behavior.
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Meaningless Lives
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Meaningless Lives: X5 and X6 were especially ridiculous, as getting a Game Over did not even make you lose your level checkpoint. Also, the littering of hostages in many stages, each of whom granted an extra life, meant maxing out at nine lives was too easy.
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Macross Missile Massacre
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Macross Missile Massacre: Happens literally (the massacre part, that is) in the climax of the OVA.
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Skippable Boss
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Skippable Boss / Sequence Breaking: In X5, you can skip the eight Maverick stages by immediately using the Enigma Cannon and/or the Shuttle, and then you can access the fortress stages. Amusingly enough, you can take out the space colony with just the Enigma Cannon right off the bat if you're lucky, which doesn't happen if you do things the "normal" way. Likewise, the three X Hunters from X2 move randomly from stage to stage, and appear only in designated rooms within the stages, sometimes off the stage's main path. There is also an additional boss in the final stage, depending on whether or not you defeated all three X-Hunters while battling the eight Mavericks. Vile's reappearance in X3 is completely optional, depending on whether or not the player finished that stage before he appeared on the map. In X6, if you beat Nightmare Zero and High Max in the secret areas, Gate's secret lab becomes accessible.
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Levels Take Flight
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Levels Take Flight: The stages for Storm Eagle (X1), Storm Owl (X4), The Skiver/Spiral Pegacion (X5), and Wind Crowrang (X7) all involve (in some way) their personal armadas, with the actual battle against these Mavericks usually taking place on their personal aircraft/flagship.
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Self-Imposed Challenge
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Self-Imposed Challenge: A common one among players is to defeat all of the stage bosses using only the X Buster. Others inlcude beating the game with no damage or beating it without upgrades or hearts. YouTube Let's Player HideofBeast takes this to downright masochistic levels, having done a minimalist, no damage speed run of X4-6 on Extreme Mode. This is especially painful when you take into account the horrid level design of X6 and how much of a pain in the ass it is just to beat it normally. Playing as Zero from X4 onwards, especially Black Armor Zero. He's a lot more mobile than X and his saber has better DPS, but he takes more damage from attacks than X does and he has very few ways to attack from a distance, leaving him much harder overall to master.
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Ghost Leg Lottery
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Ghost Leg Lottery: The Bospider descends in this pattern during your battle against it, and can only be damaged in a short window right after it reaches the ground. You have to quickly read its randomly-generated path and evade it while getting in position to shoot it.
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Bears Are Bad News
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Bears Are Bad News: Grizzly Slash (Crescent Grizzly) from X5. Subverted when Monstrosity Equals Weakness comes into play, seeing as he's the easiest Boss in the game. X8 featured Bamboo Pandemonium, the single largest boss in the game. Ironically, pandas aren't normally the first thing people think of when they think of ferocious ursine creatures. That said, his face is still very cute. And he can kill you with one hit of his Desperation Attack.
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Wham Episode
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Wham Episode / Cerebus Syndrome: X4; well, most of it anyway. Mavericks that have more to do with politics instead of The Virus (as was established two games earlier), Iris' death, and X wondering if he can keep doing the same thing over and over (although the last one was subverted). The whole thing even started off with a WHAM:Dr. Wily appearing for the first time, and to Zero, no less!
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It's hard to tell through the awful writing, but in X6, X actually seems more confident and decisive about situations, best displayed by his Badass Boast to Sigma:
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Recycled IN SPACE!
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The SNES games are basically what Mega Man would be like in the future, with the cartoonish designs and relatively simple plot. X4's story is much in the vein of 80's anime, with more realistic (but still highly stylized) settings and morally ambiguous members of both sides. X5 and X6 are Darker and Edgier than the rest of the series, featuring high-stakes situations and huge call backs to the Classic era. X7, X8, and Command Mission strike a blend between the Urban Fantasy theme of the SNES era and the free-standing theme of the PS1 era.
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Racing the Train
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Racing the Train: Slash Beast of X4 shows up to the Traintop Battle by running parallel up to, then jumping onto the train car used as his boss room.
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Schrödinger's Player Character
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Schrödinger's Player Character: In X4, you can choose to play as either X or Zero, and when you choose one, the other won't appear in the storyline (save for Zero appearing once in X's ending). Subverted in X5 when choosing the playable character only means keeping different power-ups (Z-Buster for Zero, nerfed Fourth Armor for X); both characters still appear in the story proper, and you can play as either one freely by the next levels.
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Half the Man He Used to Be
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X2, for example, shows a very violent way to kill a Maverick; if you kill Wire Sponge using his primary weakness, the poor dude gets sliced in half.
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Five-Man Band
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Five-Man Band: In X8: The Hero: X The Lancer: Zero The Big Girl: Layer The Smart Girl: Alia The Chick: Palette Tag Along Kid: Axl
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Ominous Owl
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Ominous Owl: Storm Owl of X4.
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The Phoenix
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The Phoenix: Blaze Heatnix of X6.
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Password Save
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Password Save: In the first three games.
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Behind the Black
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Played with in X6; as the second part of the Infinity Mijinion level opens, you do have to go right to progress. But directly to the left of the starting point (Behind the Black) is one of the game's upgrade capsules, which most players would miss because of this trope.
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Big Bad
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It then becomes a plot twist when it turns out in X8 that Sigma is not the Big Bad and the Final Boss of the game.
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Luck-Based Mission
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Luck-Based Mission: X5 and the cannon. The cannon will only successfully fire half the time, no matter how well you do. Also, the shuttle can in fact fail to destroy the colony even if you do gather all the parts. Conversely, you can fire the cannon right off the bat and it actually has a decent chance of destroying the colony. The success of the shuttle seems tied to which character you've been giving preference to. For instance, a playthrough focused on building up Zero will usually have a successful Shuttle Operation, for obvious reasons.
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Re-Release Soundtrack
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Re-Release Soundtrack: In the English version of Mega Man X Legacy Collection, when the games were set to Japanese, the replacement songs for their international localizations still continue to play due to Capcom not willing to license them out for international use. In the cases of Mega Man X6 (which retained its own songs in its original international release) and Mega Man X7 (which featured an instrumental version of "Lazy Mind", its Japanese ending theme), brand new instrumental music had to be produced for the collection. As a result, "Moonlight" and "The Answer" were replaced with "The Crisis Continues", while "I.D.E.A." got substituted for "End of File", and "Break Out" now stands in for "Lazy Mind".
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Floating Continent
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Floating Continent: Sky Lagoon in X4.
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Van Helsing Hate Crimes
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Van Helsing Hate Crimes: Shades of this appear in later games; the Maverick Hunters dutifully destroy any Reploid that goes "Maverick", according to their standards...which would be fine, if those standards were limited to those Reploids actively infected with The Virus or deliberately causing grievous harm to humanity and/or Reploidkind. Unfortunately, it seems to encompass any form of resistance against the natural order of things, including otherwise non-hostile acts like peacefully exiling themselves to their own space colony (Repliforce and the Rebellion Army; though there are reasons for both of those, albeit not entirely concrete justifications) or merely having traits that could potentially cause problems with controlling them (Nightmare Investigators). In fact, it's revealed in X5 that the (unseen) Maverick Hunter commander in charge during X4 retired in disgrace for misapplying the label of "Maverick" on Repliforce, and thus causing the deaths of hundreds or thousands of relatively innocent Reploids. Furthermore, the commander who labels the Rebellion "Maverick" in Command Mission was a Manipulative Bastard who fancied himself a god. While Repliforce and Nightmare Investigators are both sympathetic in one way or another (Repliforce was framed, some of its members are actually moles working under Sigma, and it's Magma Dragoon who brought down the Sky Lagoon. The Nightmare Investigators were killed off for pretty petty reasons- they're hard to handle and their DNA data was unreadable), they do have their own faults (Repliforce refused to stand down for interrogation and instead they go to their Kill Sat and they want peace and seclusion out of Earth, it's just that they're breaking the law, and let Jet Stingray and Storm Owl destroy some cities as distractions for their exile. In the Nightmare Investigator's case, the Hunters saw through the ruse created by the Investigatrs the moment Isoc started calling for Reploids to volunteer to help destroy a "ghost" of Zero gone bad, and said "ghost" is actually Gate's own creation). That's also forgetting a crucial detail: They try to reason with them first. In every case, barring purely evil Mavericks like Split Mushroom, and the ones that are completely out of their minds like Dark Dizzy, X and Zero give everyone they encounter a chance to cooperate or surrender depending on the situation. In X4, the Repliforce soldiers are asked to peacefully surrender. They refuse, and try to kill X or Zero. In X5, the Reploids with parts for The Enigma/Shuttle are asked to cooperate, the only one who cooperates without a fight is Squid Adler, who goes insane from the Sigma Virus immediately afterwards. In X6, all the investigators are reasoned with first but even the sympathetic ones like Rainy Turtloid choose to obey Gate rather than help the Hunters. Turtloid's case is particularly sad. While he says he understands where X/Zero is coming from, he just can't bring himself to betray the one who gave him a second chance, which is at least understandable given that Gate was punished for protecting him back when he was alive.(All the investigators were resurrected Reploids that Gate had originally created.) and X, for his part, is horrified at the thought of fighting him.
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Thanking the Viewer
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Thanking the Viewer: Capcom games love to do this, and this series is no exception.
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Giant Spider
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Giant Spider: Bospider from X, and Web Spider from X4.
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Brought to You by the Letter
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Brought to You by the Letter "S": A stylized Greek Letter Sigma (Σ) for the Mavericks, and Zero's own stylized "Z". It's a surprise that X himself doesn't have one. He arguably does have one in his X8 design, but it's in the side of the helmet and might just be a screw or something.
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Continuity Nod
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Convoluted example in the same game: At the start, the player has to choose which character to use for the first level: either X or Zero. Choosing one will have a bonus in that character's abilities (the Force/Fourth Armor or the Z-buster, respectively). The other bonus will not be available for the rest of the game, on account of being severely damaged by Sigma prior to the first Boss battle.
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One-Man Army
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One-Man Army: In X7, Zero comes close to literally being one, after X retires, until at least he was joined by the "volunteer" Axl. In fact, most of the legwork of the Maverick Hunters seem to rely only on X, Zero, and (later) Axl. It's only in The Movie Day of Sigma that other Maverick Hunters are actually shown fighting (and, even then, just briefly). This is played with, since the Mavericks always seem to rely on a mere 8 bosses, suggesting that both sides deploy forces against each other beyond what we see.
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Camera Screw
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Camera Screw: One of the many reputed problems regarding X7.
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Electric Jellyfish
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X8: Burn Rooster (fire), Avalanche Yeti (ice), and Gigabolt Man-O-War (lightning). Here, lightning beats ice which beats fire, like in the original Mega Man and in Mega Man & Bass.
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Amazing Technicolor Battlefield
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Amazing Technicolor Battlefield: The Fortress Levels of X5 qualify.
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Judge, Jury, and Executioner
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Judge, Jury, and Executioner / Knight Templar: The Maverick Hunters were forced into this trope more often than not due to both extreme circumstances and the complete unwillingness of their targets to cooperate. Needless to say, X was very unhappy about this fact.
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Odd Name Out
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Odd Names Out: The Maverick bosses follow the "Adjective, then Animal-Noun" naming convention except the English version of X5, whose Mavericks were instead named after members of Guns N' Roses. Also, X6 is the series starts going with the original Japanese names of the Mavericks, leading to weird names like Infinity Mijinion and Rainy Turtloid.
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Enemy Chatter
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Enemy Chatter: Starting from X4.
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No Canon for the Wicked
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No Canon for the Wicked: Averted in that, in the games with Multiple Endings, the next games after those almost always follow the bad ending.
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A Mech by Any Other Name
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A Mech by Any Other Name: Ride Armors.
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Peacock Girl
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Peacock Girl: Cyber Peacock is a Rare Male Example — but he still acts quite campy anyways.
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Player-Guided Missile
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Player-Guided Missile: In X2, the Magnet Mine can be steered vertically while it's in flight, both in normal and charged forms. In X5, the Flash Laser is fully steerable at the cost of not being able to move X while it's in use.
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One-Hit Kill
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One-Hit Kill: The Hadouken and the Shoryuken from the first and second games, respectively.
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Finishing Move
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Finishing Move: For X8, there's the tag-team attack, which, if inflicted as the final blow for the boss, nets the highest rank. In the latter, in a Matrix Raining Code background, regardless of the weapon equipped on the characters, they will always use the following: X has a Wave-Motion Gun, Zero's Laser Blade grows BIG, and Axl combines Trigger Happy, Guns Akimbo, and Beam Spam. If used on a boss to deal the finishing blow, the color of the field will be orange instead of the normal green, and the background static will buzz intensely.
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Colour-Coded Timestop
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Colour-Coded Timestop: The Dark Hold ability from X5.
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Infinity +1 Sword
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X5: Ultimate and Zero/Black Armors; both armors exist as infinity plus one armors since their first appearance, with the exception of X7.
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Playing the Victim Card
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Playing the Victim Card: Some of the bosses do this to you when confronted. They're not necessarily wrong, either.
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Scarab Power
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Scarab Power: Three of the four beetle-themed Mavericks in the series - Boomer Kuwanger (stag beetle), Gravity Beetle (rhinoceros beetle) and Ground Scaravich (dung beetle) - are in fact all based on scarabs. This leaves only Izzy Glow (firefly) as the only non-scarab beetle, and is the only instance where so many of a certain Maverick theme (beetles, fish, cats, etc.) have all been of such a specific grouping.
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Seldom-Seen Species
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Seldom-Seen Species: Some of the Mavericks fall under this. Some players may not be aware that Infinity Mijinion is based on a water flea, and he makes some hypocritical remarks about Mavericks being useless fleas.
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Urban Ruins
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Urban Ruins: Thanks to the rise of the Mavericks, the series contains a few examples: The intro level for Megaman X 1 takes place in a city under attack by Mavericks. Wheel Gator's stage in Megaman X 2 takes place in a ship travelling through a half-demolished city.
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Bee Afraid
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Bee Afraid: Blast Hornet of X3.
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The Three Faces of Adam
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The Three Faces of Adam: Shown best in X8: Signas the commander as The Prophet, the veterans X and Zero as The Lords, and the rookie Axl as The Hunter.
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Secret Level
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Secret Level: In X3, there's a secret level that can only be accessed through specific teleportation capsules, that take you to an abandoned factory where you can fight Vile, The Dragon of the first game. Finding and beating him will result in another boss appearing in his stead later on, where he would normally find and attack you. Then, in X6, there 's a secret "Nightmare Stage" for every normal level, where you can find secret upgrades and bosses.
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Soundtrack Dissonance
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Soundtrack Dissonance: Blaze Heatnix's level. His stage music is one of the fastest paced and intense songs in the series. The level itself, on the other hand, is one of the slowest paced in the series, comprised almost entirely of battles against the same mini boss.
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Fire, Ice, Lightning
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Fire, Ice, Lightning: Some of the games have Mavericks who use these; X: Flame Mammoth (fire), Chill Penguin (ice), and Spark Mandrill (lightning). Interestingly enough, Fire beats Ice which beats Lightning, compatible with the Mega Man 6 pattern and completely opposite of what happened in the original Mega Man. X4: Magma Dragoon (fire), Frost Walrus (ice), and Web Spider (lightning). X5: Mattrex (fire), Duff McWhalen (ice), and Squid Adler (lightning). X8: Burn Rooster (fire), Avalanche Yeti (ice), and Gigabolt Man-O-War (lightning). Here, lightning beats ice which beats fire, like in the original Mega Man and in Mega Man & Bass.
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Alas, Poor Villain
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Alas, Poor Villain: upon Sigma's defeat, Sigma laments X's decision to side with humanity. Vile is also given this treatment in the Vile Mode ending of Maverick Hunter X.
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Dueling Player Characters
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Dueling Player Characters: In X5, if you can save Zero from going Maverick then X and Zero get into an argument that escalates into a fight (with you playing whomever you took in to the level). If Zero goes Maverick then you have no choice and X has to destroy Zero.
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Xtreme Kool Letterz
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Xtreme Kool Letterz: The GBC Mega Man X games play this trope in their English titles.
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Instant Awesome: Just Add Dragons!
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Instant Awesome: Just Add Dragons!: Magma Dragoon from X4, definitely. He's one of the few "standard 8" bosses who has a larger connection with the story, and he's the only one who actually talks to you after getting defeated. Oh, and his appearance and moveset are definitely based off Akuma... Egregion, the opening stage boss in X4, is a gigantic dragon Mechaniloid.
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Unique Enemy
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Unique Enemy: The Mega Man (Classic)-era Bubble Bat in Armored Armadillo's stage, which drops an extra life 90% of the time you kill it. Relatively easy to miss, as you're supposed to be on a speeding trolley when you go past him.
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Retcon
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Day of Sigma, available after finishing the first game's remake. It's a prequel to events in the series; however, it retcons certain aspects of the series canon (eg. Sigma's motivations, Dr. Cain's death [he was shown/mentioned in games up to X4; especially in X2, where it was he who rebuilt Zero from the parts X stole from the X-Hunters], etc.).
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Colony Drop
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And again in X5: fail to stop the Colony Drop, and Zero will "awaken." and will be unavailable for the rest of the game.
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Hard Levels, Easy Bosses
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Hard Levels, Easy Bosses: Most of X6. The exception is the second fortress stage, where High Max and Gate are just as hard as the stage itself.
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Executive Meddling
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For X, Zero and Sigma, as the series progresses. Especially because Executive Meddling forced the series to go beyond the creator's planned ending, X5.
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Blood Knight
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Blood Knight: While generally overlooked, Magma Dragoon is probably the biggest example of this trope in the franchise. To wit, he causes a civil war and very nearly The End of the World as We Know It just so he could fight the protagonists! Then again, he is based off Akuma. More than a few Reploids in X5 seem more interested in fighting the protagonists than they are about doing something to help save the world. Many of them (especially Duff McWhalen and Grizzly Slash) say that they've been infected by the Virus and want to fight the heroes and die with dignity. Some, like Squid Adler, do actually give X and Zero what they need, only for the Virus to choose that moment to take over their minds and force them to fight. Each X5 boss seems to have different reasons for fighting, and oddly enough, the reasons can change depending on which plan to stop the Colony Drop is active. And if the colony has already been destroyed/crashed, some bosses will already have been seized by the virus.
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Cool Bike
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Cool Bike: The second game introduces the Ride Chaser, the bike variant of the Ride Armor with built in guns. They also lack wheels - they hover off the ground. The fourth game makes them cooler with a damaging dash move, and lets you ride it on water as well (much like a jetski). And in the eighth game they even come with moves that fit your characters.
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Prophecy Twist
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Prophecy Twist: From the end of X3: "To save mankind, Mega Man X must destroy Zero." A straight example in X5: Zero and X indeed fight, but X wasn't able to destroy Zero (although he did die, by Sigma's hands), because they were the best of friends. The same prophecy was then averted much later, in the Zero series. According to Inafune, X is originally the Big Bad of the first game, a Knight Templar exterminating Reploids for the sake of humanity, and Zero The Hero trying to save the remaining Reploids because they were wrongly accused of being "Mavericks". It was only because of Executive Meddling on the X series, that the true, "twisted" events of the prophecy never came to pass, replacing X with a clone. Of course, the wording used is different in the Japanese version (see "Dub-Induced Plot Hole"). In this case, true to the prophecy, in X5, he had a battle with Zero, for reasons differing depending on which path you took, thus averting this trope.
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Precision F-Strike
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Precision F-Strike: The dialgues in the Japanese version of X4 and X5 are even harsher than the English version: In X4, when Zero tells Frost Walrus that he'll get rid of "that big mouth", the latter calls him a "damn brat". Also from the same game, Jet Stingray says "damn" after Zero cornered him. When Sigma reveals himself to be the culprit behind the Repliforce's Maverick activities, X calls him a "bastard". In X5, Zero calls Sigma a "bastard" again when he and X found out that Sigma gives them the win. Later in the same game, X says "damn you" in response to Sigma's latest Evil Plan. And after X beats Sigma's latest final form, the latter curses one last time by saying "damn you".
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Living Structure Monster
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Living Structure Monster: Rangda Bangda, which comes up twice: once in the first game, and once in the fifth game as its powered up form.
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Weaponized Offspring
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Weaponized Offspring: In X, Storm Eagle can fire eggs which will hatch into robotic birds that will attack you.
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Anti Hero
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The fast-action Anti-Hero Zero (choleric), the conscientious defender X (melancholic), the father-figure Signas (phlegmatic), the flamboyant Axl (sanguine), and Douglas (eclectic).
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Warm-Up Boss
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Warmup Boss: The bosses of nearly any introductory stage, Vile in X1 notwithstanding.
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Cyber Cyclops
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Cyber Cyclops: Various Mechaniloids.
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Rise to the Challenge
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Rise to the Challenge: Often done with magma.
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Removable Shell
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Removable Shell: Armored Armadillo of X1; he'll lose his shielding if he's hit with the Spark Shot. Crystal Snail from X2. If you hit him with the Magnet Mine, his shell flies off, causing him to lose his only method of defense and causing him to focus on trying to reclaim it over attacking you... which you can prolong indefinitely by knocking the shell around. X8 has Earthrock Trilobyte, who, like Crystal Snail, also has a shell that flies off by guard-breaking attacks, removing his only protection against the Hunters' attack and he'll try to reclaim it. It can also be destroyed outright hitting him with Gravity Antonion's weapon, rendering him completely vulnerable.
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Hollywood Chameleons
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Hollywood Chameleons: Sting Chameleon of X1.
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Bonus Feature Failure
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Bonus Feature Failure: In X8, the navigators, Alia, Layer, and Palette, are unlockable as playable characters. They are basically feminine clones of X, Zero, and Axl respectively; however due to Gameplay and Story Integration, Alia cannot get X's capsule upgrades, Palette cannot copy enemies, and Layer gets a nice aversion by only being unable to use the Zero Armor. You also have to purchase all of X's, Zero's, and Axl's purchasable upgrades a second time in order to access them on Alia, Layer, and Palette. Additionally, using even one of them when running a stage will forbid you from choosing a navigator for that stage. Level Grinding the Navigators at least gives you something to do on your New Game+, and fully powering them up changes, of all things, the Capcom logo screen, which is pretty cool.
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Outside-the-Box Tactic
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Outside-the-Box Tactic: While many bosses have Logical Weaknesses, Launch Octopus has one of these - the boomerang attack can cut off his tentacles and prevent him from using his homing and energy drain attacks. Use the same attack on Flame Mammoth to cut off his trunk and stop him from shooting globs of oil he can turn into pillars of fire with his main weapon.
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Informed Attribute
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Informed Attribute: Of the setting itself. Just how well do humans and reploids get along? It'd be nice to know, but the one recurring human has been retconned out of the series recently. Becomes fairly ridiculous when Lumine mentions that said relationship has irrevocably changed and manages to confound the heroes. Do they know either?
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Barely Changed Dub Name
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Barely Changed Dub Name: In most cases, the standard 8 Maverick Bosses have their name changed in the overseas version in a certain way: In the original, they follow A Lizard Named "Liz" (e.g Web Spidus, Cyber Kujacker), while in the localized version they're changed into Species Surname (e.g Web Spider, Cyber Peacock).
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Mini-Mecha
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The Mini-Mecha mentioned above, complete with a separate health reservoir, speed dash, and titan punches. X3 introduced a few variants, including one with Spikes of Doom and an anphibious one with Super Not-Drowning Skills.
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Blackout Basement
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Blackout Basement: Spark Mandrill's stage in X1, especially if entered after beating Storm Eagle. In X6, some stages also qualify (where you have to use misleading lights as a guide), if the right requirements are met, and X8's "Pitch Black" stage.
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Shout-Out
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Shout-Out: Crush Crawfish's stage in X3 sounds suspiciously similar to the theme of another popular franchise at the time. Two of the final stages in X5 are based on respectively, Quick Man's stage and the first stage of Sigma's Fortress from the first X game... containing updated versions of the Yellow Devil and Rangda Bangda, respectively. To Blade Runner with the "retirement" of Reploids, and Reploid being short for Replicant Android. Also, someone at Capcom is a Guns N' Roses fan. Aside from the English names of X5's bosses, check out the background in X5's jungle stage. Turns out Alyson Court (who you may know better as Claire Redfield) was responsible for localizing X5, and she's quite shameless about letting her love of Guns N' Roses determine the bosses' new names. Speaking of Guns And Roses Neon Tiger's theme in X3(and Xtreme 2) are remixes of "My Michelle" From Guns N' Roses Also in X5, Dark Dizzy/Necrobat, a vampire bat with the ability to stop time, is apparently based on Dio Brando. ZA WARUDO! Also, in X6, after you defeat a boss, an orb drops down, and when you touch it, victory music plays and the level is complete, which could be seen as an homage either to the first Mega Man or Castlevania. Vile (whose Japanese name is VAVA) is clearly based on Boba Fett, of Star Wars fame. Word of God says he's also based on Bubba Zanetti, The Dragon from Mad Max. Sigma's design and backstory (a good reploid who was driven mad in an accident and turned evil before raising a robot army against mankind) are evocative of Braiking Boss from Neo Human Casshern. One of the X Challenge levels in the Legacy Collection is "Sharks and Jets". The Legacy Collection achievement for unlocking Zero's Beam Saber in X3 is named "He Wanted You To Have This". Obi-Wan Kenobi said the original line while presenting Luke Skywalker with his father's lightsaber in A New Hope.
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Series Continuity Error
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Series Continuity Error: A flashback in X5 shows the fight between Sigma and Maverick Zero. Zero has his buster in the flashback◊, but in the earlier flashback to that same scene in X4, Zero's buster is never seen.
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Everything's Better with Spinning
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Everything's Better with Spinning: In most of the games where he's playable (both in this series and Mega Man Zero), one of the skills Zero learns is a rising slash. In X8, he instead gets a spinning rising slash, similar to Link's Spin Attack in Super Smash Bros.. He has the spinning slash since X4, after you beat Split Mushroom. It has been one of his staple techniques through this and the Zero series.
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Word of God
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Vile (whose Japanese name is VAVA) is clearly based on Boba Fett, of Star Wars fame. Word of God says he's also based on Bubba Zanetti, The Dragon from Mad Max.
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Pre-Explosion Glow
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Pre-Explosion Glow: Starting from X4 onwards, all of the bosses does this after being defeated (sans Dynamo, who isn't dead).
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Combat and Support
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Combat and Support: X, as protagonist of the series, fits combat in this way, but he wields a support weapon (long-range buster). Zero, who scouts along for support, is the one with the combat weapon (the Z-Saber). Alia, Douglas, and Signas join in as support. Axl is a balance between combat and support, while X starts fading almost fully into the support position.
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Bottomless Pits
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Bottomless Pits: A common stage hazard.
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Heart Container
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Heart Container: Heart Tanks.
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WorldHalfEmpty
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World Half Empty: Especially after the Colony Drop.
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Spread Shot
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Spread Shot: Initial spread: Charged Homing Torpedo from X, Twin Slasher and Rakuhouha from X4, Crescent Flasher from X5, Drift Diamond from X8, as well as the Buster Parts H for X. Spray Burst: Ray Splasher from X3, C-Shot from X5. Exploding Shot: Shotgun Ice and Chameleon Sting from X, Acid Burst from X3.
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Elemental Shapeshifter
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Elemental Shapeshifter: Toxic Seahorse in X3 can turn into acid. How a robot does this is anyone's guess.
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Surprisingly Good English
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Surprisingly Good English: Dr. Light's warning in Mega Man X's intro is written in 100% fluent English in the Japanese version of the game. The English localization basically changed nothing of the script, except removing the subtitles and changing "Dr. Right" into "Dr. Light".
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The End of the World as We Know It
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While generally overlooked, Magma Dragoon is probably the biggest example of this trope in the franchise. To wit, he causes a civil war and very nearly The End of the World as We Know It just so he could fight the protagonists! Then again, he is based off Akuma.
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Magma Man
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Magma Man: Magma Dragoon from X4.
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Gravity Master
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Gravity Master: Gravity Beetle of X3 and Gravity Antonion of X8.
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Hijacked by Ganon
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If there's some new Reploids introduced, chance are they're evil or just want to backstab people. Most of the time, Sigma is behind all of these.
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Multi-Platform
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Multi-Platform: Mega Man X Collection and Mega Man X: Command Mission, both available on PlayStation 2 and GameCube.
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Unfortunate Names
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Unfortunate Names: X5 has The Skiver. While the name is supposed to sound like sky (and being based off Michael "High in the Sky" Monroe), a skiver is also a term used for a slacker or lazy person.
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Japanese Beetle Brothers
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Japanese Beetle Brothers: Boomer Kuwanger (Kuwagatamushi) and Gravity Beetle (Kabutomushi). They actually are brothers, too.
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Updated Re-release
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Updated Re-release: X3 got a PlayStation/Saturn re-release with a revamped soundtrack and a full video opening and unique openings for each Maverick. It was only released outside Japan on PC until the release of Mega Man X Collection, as it was the version of X3 included. Said X Collection was supposed to be one, but Capcom Japan forced the developers to release the games in their original state so as not to upstage the Maverick Hunter X series. This move backfired in the long run, as the demise of the Maverick Hunter X series meant that no one would ever get to experience any updates to the series, old or otherwise.
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Franchise Zombie
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Franchise Zombie: Series creator Keiji Inafune wanted to stop the series after X5, but Executive Meddling forced three more games out of the series, and quality suffered as a result.
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Boss Subtitles
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Boss Subtitles: Mimicking the original series.
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Technicolor Death
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Technicolor Death: Everytime a boss is defeated, of the Chain Reaction Destruction variety.
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When All Else Fails, Go Right
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When All Else Fails, Go Right Played with in X6; as the second part of the Infinity Mijinion level opens, you do have to go right to progress. But directly to the left of the starting point (Behind the Black) is one of the game's upgrade capsules, which most players would miss because of this trope. There's also some variations in other games: The heart tank for Storm Eagle's level is directly above the player, unreachable from the start point, so you have to go right, then left when you get high enough. In Armored Armadillo's stage, you need to go right to get away from a death machine, then go back left to get a sub tank. In fact, from the very first game, the X series has delighted in hiding things from the player that assumes forward is right. The general case applies as well, starting from the original Mega Man (Classic) days and carrying forward from there; most levels (if not all) start you at the left end and send you to the right.
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Dub Name Change
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Dub Name Change: Most of the Mavericks (Icy Penguigo to Chill Penguin, Storm Eagleed to Storm Eagle, etc). The name of the rogue Maverick from the first, third, and eighth games got his name changed from Vava (which would be pronounced in Japanese roughly like "Boba", as in Boba Fett whose Expy he is) to Vile in the English version. (In fact, the reason they couldn't just call him "Boba"note or how they say the reference is Bubba Zanetti of Mad Max instead outright was because of trademark issues, so they had to spell it Vava). The name change in English resorting to "Vile" had, in turn, an effect on the following series (especially since Zero was created by Dr. Wily). And in fact, the term "Maverick." They were called "Irregulars" in Japan, though this is probably because the noun "irregular" in English refers to non-conventional or private military forces of the type usually employed by governments (which might be a good description of the organization to which the heroes belong), something wholly unlike what the Japanese name was supposed to mean.
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Tragic Monster
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Tragic Monster: Some Maverick Bosses are actually innocent individuals (e.g. Blizzard Buffalo), or have sympathetic backstories (e.g. most X6 Investigators) before being infected; and then there are other Mavericks who are only termed as such by the government (most of the Bosses in X4 (though granted, their army was acting treasonously) as well as Command Mission's Rebellion army). The most tragic one of all, is, of course, Zero's girlfriend Iris.
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Turns Red
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Turns Red: In contrast to the NES originals, bosses start becoming more dangerous when low on HP. In X1, this was limited to two of the Sigma fortress bosses simply moving faster, but in X2, the Mavericks began unleashing new and more powerful attacks after their HP hits 50%. In X2, Morph Moth starts the battle in a larval stage and doesn't reveal his true form until low on HP. Meanwhile, Flame Stag doesn't reveal much in the way of new attacks, but the color of his fire upgrades from red to blue (in the rematch against him, he already starts out blue). In X8, every boss will turn invincible and pull out a Desperation Attack at 25% health. It becomes quite annoying once you avoid it and are waiting for the Mercy Invincibility to wear off...
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Bash Brothers
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For a playable version, in X7 and X8, you can use 2 characters in a level, essentially creating your own Bash Brothers.
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Double Subversion
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Somewhat of a Double Subversion regarding their backstory: Gate (the Inspectors' creator) wasn't evil back then, but his creations ended up branded Maverick or otherwise killed off because of the other scientists' jealousy at his talent (and some of his creations are indeed dangerous, but not malicious). It drove Gate bitter and evil, making people's suspicions right from a certain perspective.
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Art Evolution
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Art Evolution: The appearances of the main characters were slightly altered in X8 (X's helmet, Zero's ponytail, Alia's upgrade of her chest, and the shape of the characters eyes). Word of God claims that it was to make them look more human. Every game made since has used an Animesque artstyle more similar to X4-X7, with Legacy Collection's art bringing the X8 characters (and Alia's redesign) into the artstyle (the old art is still used in-game). Before that, the first game art was like classic Mega Man trying to be serious; by the time X4 and X5 came out the art evolved to be much less cartoony. Though this is at least partially due to changing artists between games; X1 art was done by Inafune, and it shows.
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Bounty Hunter
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Bounty Hunter: Red Alert starts off as something like this.
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The Hero
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The Hero: X
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Fake Difficulty
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Fake Difficulty: X6. It gets particularly egregious in Metal Shark Player's stage, where there's a ceiling trying to crush you, instant death spikes, and ice — in a trash compactor, making no logical sense — all on the same screen. Gate's fortress is even worse. Three words. Spikes of Doom. No, Capcom, coating virtually every surface with them does not constitute as difficulty. Ironically, this very thing makes using the Shadow Armor a Game-Breaker due to its invulnerability to spikes. Gate's fortress also has points that are impossible to get through without certain armors/upgrades. And you can't exit the level manually. Hope you didn't have a lot of lives on hand. If a reploid holding a part (say, the Jumper, practically essential for reaching higher-up areas) is killed, they're lost forever. This makes getting certain items, such as a Sub-Tank, literally impossible without restarting the game from scratch.
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Expy
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Expy: Avalanche Yeti (and to a lesser extent Frost Walrus) seems specifically based on Frost Man. Several Mavericks borrow from earlier Robot Masters, in fact: Ride Boarski is like Turbo Man and may have partially inspired Nitro Man, Dark Necrobat looks quite a bit like Shade Man, Commander Yanmark looks almost exactly like Gyro Man, Magna Centipede borrows from Shadow Man, Launch Octopus is based on Napalm Man right down to the missile launcher shoulders, Boomer Kuwanger is a mixture of Cut Man and Quick Man, and Flame Hyenard borrows from Burner Man.
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Flanderization
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Flanderization: For X, Zero and Sigma, as the series progresses. Especially because Executive Meddling forced the series to go beyond the creator's planned ending, X5. Even the term "Maverick" isn't safe; originally used to describe out-of-control reploids (mostly viral infected, though the viral infection wasn't realized until the third game), then it became a warped political tool to refer to any designated threat becoming a target, starting with the Repliforce (though the Repliforce's complete idiocy in handling the situation that got them declared Maverick in the first place would have necessitated their disbanding anyway). Eventually the "Maverick" label escalated to the point it became a convenient tool to refer to anyone that "needed" disposing of, even harmless Reploids trying to stay alive during an energy crisis like in the Zero series.
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No Export for You
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X3 got a PlayStation/Saturn re-release with a revamped soundtrack and a full video opening and unique openings for each Maverick. It was only released outside Japan on PC until the release of Mega Man X Collection, as it was the version of X3 included.
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No Endor Holocaust
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No Endor Holocaust: Averted in X6; just because you blew up the space colony doesn't solve the problem of the debris crashing and causing havoc.
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GameplayAndStoryIntegration
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Gameplay and Story Integration: Being infected by The Virus in X5 causes X to constantly take damage for a time. Zero becomes invulnerable. This is given further backing in the battle with Maverick Zero, who, if not defeated in a certain amount of time, becomes invincible and starts spamming Genmurei. Convoluted example in the same game: At the start, the player has to choose which character to use for the first level: either X or Zero. Choosing one will have a bonus in that character's abilities (the Force/Fourth Armor or the Z-buster, respectively). The other bonus will not be available for the rest of the game, on account of being severely damaged by Sigma prior to the first Boss battle. And again in X5: fail to stop the Colony Drop, and Zero will "awaken." and will be unavailable for the rest of the game. In X5-X6, armor parts can only be used once they're assembled whole as opposed to them being instantly melded onto X's body to be used immediately. Dr. Light claims it because of security reasons, but the actual reason is that there are 2 sets of obtainable armors (not counting the Ultimate Armor) as opposed to just one; making them be useable immediately would clash with the interchangeable armors concept. This is revamped in X8 where you can mix and match armor parts; so in that game, despite having 2 sets of armor, Dr. Light's capsules can immediately make X use that armor part right after he gets it (on the same level).
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Humongous Mecha
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Humongous Mecha: The Gigantic Mechaniloid series of bosses. Some of the Mavericks themselves (particularly General) could count as these on their own.
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Obvious Beta
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Obvious Beta: X6 definitely has shades of this. With the lazy level design, the unspeakably bad translation that was completely impossible to make out at times, and several missing tracks from the sound test (including Zero's own freakin' theme music, which is also one of the best tracks in the game), it's pretty clear that Capcom rushed this out as soon as possible to squeeze one last bit of money out of the PS before it faded away completely (the game came out in late 2001).
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Cool Airship
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Just to give the most bizarre example, there's a capsule in the Dinosaur Tank, a place that is flying all the time and did not exist in Light's time.
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DopplegangerAttack
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Doppleganger Attack: From X4 onwards, there would be a boss that specializes in creating at least one copy of himself, whether or not his Boss Weapon was based on this ability.
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Big Damn Heroes
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Big Damn Heroes: A subversion at the beginning of X5: You as the player are the one coming to the rescue of the one in distress (who was even in disrepair), when Sigma personally attacks them. X8's Hard Mode: Whoever is the backup character will be captured by Vile after that Mini-Boss fight, and the main player character will have to traverse the rest of the final level alone. In an awesome Gameplay and Story Segregation aversion, Sigma traps the main player halfway during the Boss fight, and, true to the trope, the backup character will return to save his partner.
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Sprite/Polygon Mix
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Sprite/Polygon Mix: In Maverick Hunter X remake.
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Rhino Rampage
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Rhino Rampage: Tunnel Rhino of X3.
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Bonus Boss
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Bonus Boss: There's a Bonus Mini-Boss in the first game, guarding one of the Light capsules. The term got murky during X3 and X6.
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Space Elevator
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Space Elevator: The Jakob Elevator in X8, and you also fight Mavericks riding it.
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Blob Monster
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Blob Monster: The infamous Yellow Devil from the classic series comes back in X5's fortress bosses, now black-colored and named Shadow Devil.
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One Steve Limit
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One Steve Limit: Averted, unlike in the Classic series. While Maverick bosses never have their species repeated, some of them do share the same adjective, ie Flame Mammoth and Flame Stag, Blizzard Buffalo and Blizzard Wolfang, and Storm Eagle and Storm Owl.
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Swallowed Whole
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X1: Used to escape the Gulpfer fish in X1 and X5 if you get Swallowed Whole.
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Wall Jump
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Wall Jump: This game is the king of this trope. Combined with Jump Physics, the players can climb a single wall with this. This is later carried over to Zero and ZX series.
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Undying Loyalty
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That's also forgetting a crucial detail: They try to reason with them first. In every case, barring purely evil Mavericks like Split Mushroom, and the ones that are completely out of their minds like Dark Dizzy, X and Zero give everyone they encounter a chance to cooperate or surrender depending on the situation. In X4, the Repliforce soldiers are asked to peacefully surrender. They refuse, and try to kill X or Zero. In X5, the Reploids with parts for The Enigma/Shuttle are asked to cooperate, the only one who cooperates without a fight is Squid Adler, who goes insane from the Sigma Virus immediately afterwards. In X6, all the investigators are reasoned with first but even the sympathetic ones like Rainy Turtloid choose to obey Gate rather than help the Hunters. Turtloid's case is particularly sad. While he says he understands where X/Zero is coming from, he just can't bring himself to betray the one who gave him a second chance, which is at least understandable given that Gate was punished for protecting him back when he was alive.(All the investigators were resurrected Reploids that Gate had originally created.) and X, for his part, is horrified at the thought of fighting him.
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Power Pincers
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Power Pincers: Crush Crawfish's weapon of choice in X3, as well as the Crabz-Y's main attack from X8. Surprisingly, Bubble Crab from X2 actually lacks pincers until he does his jumping attack, in which they manifest as laser blades from his shoulders.
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Boss Tease
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Boss Tease: The ending narration of the third game mentions that X has to destroy Zero to save mankind. It foreshadows the fifth game, where X vs Zero is the Climax Boss of the game - especially in the bad end route, where Zero turns Maverick and X has to destroy him before he wreaks havoc.
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Evil Plan
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Later in the same game, X says "damn you" in response to Sigma's latest Evil Plan.
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King of Beasts
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King of Beasts: Slash Beast from X4, who has a leadership position in charge of an army unit.
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All Your Base Are Belong to Us
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All Your Base Are Belong to Us: The opening of X3 has X and Zero's home base besieged by Dr. Doppler's Mavericks.
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Mutually Exclusive Powerups
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Mutually Exclusive Powerups: In X3, in addition to the Powered Armor, you can get an upgrade chip from the capsule that will upgrade one of the parts. Once you select one (by accepting Dr. Light's offer to add the chip to the respective part), you can't have the others, but you can still get the other armor parts. However, there's a secret way to get all of them at once, and with a nice touch of gold color!
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Cute Bruiser
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Cute Bruiser: All of the female playable characters to some extent.
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Rank Inflation
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Rank Inflation: X5 goes for B, A, SA, GA, PA, MH, and if you're lucky, MMH or MEH ranking scales. X6 goes D, C, B, A, SA, GA, PA, and UH, although in X6's case, your rank as based on how many Nightmare Souls you gathered rather than your actual performance in the stages. X7 does the same as X6 but goes back to being performance-based. X8 goes D, C, B, A, AA, and AAA (or S in the Japanese version).
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Boss Warning Siren
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Boss Warning Siren: The series has this starting from the fourth game, just before the boss appeared on screen and has a dialogue with the player character. It was carried over to the Mega Man Zero and Mega Man ZX series as well, although in those cases it happened just before the fight begins after the boss's monologue.
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Improvised Platform
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Improvised Platform: X1: A charged Shotgun Ice will allow X to fire out a sled that he can ride on. X2: Enemies trapped with the Crystal Hunter can be used as platforms. X3: Using a charged Frost Shield underwater creates a rideable ice block that floats to the surface. X4: The Lightning Web creates an improvised wall for the player to Wall Jump up. X6: Ice Burst causes X to fire out a spread of 2 projectiles and an ice block, which he can push around and stand on.
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Dude, Where's My Respect?
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Hell, Hunter Rank has a propensity to inexplicably drop between sequels whenever it's a relevant gameplay mechanic. Zero can be a Special A-class hunter in one game, before dropping down to D-class in another.
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This Is a Drill
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This Is a Drill: In Maverick Hunter X, the remake of the first game, Spark Mandrill gets a drill for a right hand as a pun on his name. Also Tunnel Rhino of X3 and Grizzly Slash of X5 (although we don't get the drill weapon from the latter).
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Trippy Finale Syndrome
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Trippy Finale Syndrome: X5, to the max. It is caused by the concentration of the Zero virus being so strong that it caused the formation of a "Zero Space", in which Cyberspace and the ordinary world merge. This is similar to Omega's power causing doors to Cyberspace to appear in Zero 3. He is, after all, the original Zero's body.
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No-Damage Run
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A common one among players is to defeat all of the stage bosses using only the X Buster. Others inlcude beating the game with no damage or beating it without upgrades or hearts.
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Never Trust a Title
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Never Trust a Title: X isn't the main character of X7.
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Artistic License – Physics
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Artistic License – Physics: In Day of Sigma OVA, Sigma launches several large missiles, think ICBM sized, at Abel City. Several of these missiles touchdown and explode, leaving massive, smoking craters. Obviously, the shock waves from the explosions should've leveled the city outright. Flame Mammoth uses the ground pound move, also used by Guts Man and Hard Man, to violently shake the ground when he lands from a jump. Problem is, Flame Mammoth's weight is 719 lb; most cars and trucks available today are heavier than he is, and they just don't release that much energy when they fall from similar heights.
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Weaponized Animal
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Weaponized Animal: Well, robot animals, but still, some mooks amount to this. As well as the Maverick bosses themselves in some cases, such as Snipe Anteater's Backpack Cannon or Storm Eagle's Arm Cannon.
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American Kirby Is Hardcore / int_dab32e3
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Androids Are People, Too / int_dab32e3
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Another Side, Another Story / int_dab32e3
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Badass Back / int_dab32e3
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Badass Biker / int_dab32e3
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Badass in Distress / int_dab32e3
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Behind the Black / int_dab32e3
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Big Sleep / int_dab32e3
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Bishōnen / int_dab32e3
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Black Box / int_dab32e3
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Blackout Basement / int_dab32e3
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Blood from the Mouth / int_dab32e3
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Blow You Away / int_dab32e3
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Bonus Feature Failure / int_dab32e3
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Bounty Hunter / int_dab32e3
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Bridge Bunnies / int_dab32e3
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Bring My Red Jacket / int_dab32e3
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Broad Strokes / int_dab32e3
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Casting a Shadow / int_dab32e3
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Cataclysm Backstory / int_dab32e3
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Catapult Nightmare / int_dab32e3
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Chain Pain / int_dab32e3
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Chain Reaction Destruction / int_dab32e3
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Char Clone / int_dab32e3
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Character in the Logo / int_dab32e3
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Character Portrait / int_dab32e3
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Character Tics / int_dab32e3
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Chekhov's Boomerang / int_dab32e3
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Chessmaster Sidekick / int_dab32e3
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Clucking Funny / int_dab32e3
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Colonel Badass / int_dab32e3
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Colossus Climb / int_dab32e3
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Commissar Cap / int_dab32e3
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Compilation Re-release / int_dab32e3
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Concept Art Gallery / int_dab32e3
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Contagious A.I. / int_dab32e3
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Continuity Cameo / int_dab32e3
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Cool Bike / int_dab32e3
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Cranium Ride / int_dab32e3
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Creepy Centipedes / int_dab32e3
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Crosshair Aware / int_dab32e3
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Cruel Elephant / int_dab32e3
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Cyber Ninja / int_dab32e3
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Cybernetic Mythical Beast / int_dab32e3
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Cyberspace / int_dab32e3
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Cycle of Hurting / int_de0c0303
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Cycle of Revenge / int_dab32e3
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Dark Fic / int_dab32e3
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Deader Than Dead / int_dab32e3
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Deadly Euphemism / int_dab32e3
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Death Cry Echo / int_dab32e3
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Death Equals Redemption / int_dab32e3
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Death of a Thousand Cuts / int_dab32e3
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Defeat Equals Explosion / int_dab32e3
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Defector from Decadence / int_dab32e3
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Denial of Diagonal Attack / int_dab32e3
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Desperation Attack / int_dab32e3
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Destructive Saviour / int_dab32e3
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Deus Exit Machina / int_dab32e3
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Deuteragonist / int_dab32e3
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Did You Actually Believe...? / int_dab32e3
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Died in Your Arms Tonight / int_dab32e3
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Dies Wide Open / int_dab32e3
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Difficult, but Awesome / int_dab32e3
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Dig Attack / int_dab32e3
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Dirt Forcefield / int_dab32e3
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Distant Sequel / int_dab32e3
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Ditto Fighter / int_dab32e3
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Do Androids Dream? / int_dab32e3
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Do Not Touch the Funnel Cloud / int_dab32e3
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Doomed by Canon / int_dab32e3
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Doppelgänger Attack / int_dab32e3
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Double Speak / int_dab32e3
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Down in the Dumps / int_dab32e3
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Downloadable Content / int_dab32e3
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Dramatic Gun Cock / int_dab32e3
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Dual Boss / int_dab32e3
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Dynamic Entry / int_dab32e3
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Early Installment Character Design Difference / int_dab32e3
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Electric Jellyfish / int_dab32e3
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Elemental Barrier / int_dab32e3
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Elemental Powers / int_dab32e3
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Enemy Roll Call / int_dab32e3
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Enter Eponymous / int_dab32e3
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Essence Drop / int_dab32e3
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Eternal Engine / int_dab32e3
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Every Episode Ending / int_dab32e3
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Everything's Better with Monkeys / int_dab32e3
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Everything's Better with Penguins / int_dab32e3
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Evil Knockoff / int_dab32e3
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Evilutionary Biologist / int_dab32e3
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Evolution Power-Up / int_dab32e3
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Extra-ore-dinary / int_dab32e3
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Eyes Are Unbreakable / int_dab32e3
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Face Palm of Doom / int_dab32e3
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Facial Markings / int_dab32e3
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Failure Is the Only Option / int_dab32e3
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Fanservice Pack / int_dab32e3
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Fauxshadow / int_dab32e3
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Feather Flechettes / int_dab32e3
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Final Death / int_dab32e3
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Finger Firearms / int_dab32e3
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Fire, Ice, Lightning / int_dab32e3
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Fish People / int_dab32e3
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Flaming Sword / int_dab32e3
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Floating Continent / int_dab32e3
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Floating Platforms / int_dab32e3
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Flying Flightless Bird / int_dab32e3
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Forgot He Was a Robot / int_dab32e3
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Forgotten Phlebotinum / int_dab32e3
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Fragile Speedster / int_dab32e3
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Franchise Zombie / int_dab32e3
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Free-Fall Fight / int_dab32e3
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Freeze Ray / int_dab32e3
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Fugitive Arc / int_dab32e3
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Funnel-Mouthed Cephalopod / int_dab32e3
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Gangsta Style / int_dab32e3
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Giant Hands of Doom / int_dab32e3
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Giant Spider / int_dab32e3
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Giggling Villain / int_dab32e3
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Good Colors, Evil Colors / int_dab32e3
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Good Is Not Dumb / int_dab32e3
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Good Scars, Evil Scars / int_dab32e3
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Gosh Dang It to Heck! / int_dab32e3
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Gratuitous Japanese / int_dab32e3
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Gratuitous Ninja / int_de0c0303
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Gravity Is Purple / int_dab32e3
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Gravity Master / int_dab32e3
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Great Offscreen War / int_dab32e3
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Ground Pound / int_dab32e3
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Ground Punch / int_dab32e3
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Guns Akimbo / int_dab32e3
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Guns vs. Swords / int_dab32e3
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Gusty Glade / int_dab32e3
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Hate Plague / int_dab32e3
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Heart Container / int_dab32e3
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Heart Drive / int_dab32e3
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Hero Killer / int_dab32e3
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Heroic Rematch / int_de0c0303
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He's Just Hiding! / int_dab32e3
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Hijacked by Ganon / int_dab32e3
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Hit Stop / int_dab32e3
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Hive Queen / int_dab32e3
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hasFeature
Hologram Projection Imperfection / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Horn Attack / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hover Bike / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Human Shield / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Humble Hero / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
100% Completion / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hunter of His Own Kind / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Am Who? / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Want Them Alive / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Iconic Sequel Character / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Iconic Sequel Song / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Identity Amnesia / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
If You're So Evil, Eat This Kitten / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
I'm Dying, Please Take My MacGuffin / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Improvised Platform / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Inexplicable Treasure Chests / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Infinite / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Informed Equipment / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Instant Awesome: Just Add Mecha! / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Invulnerable Attack / int_de0c0303
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
It Never Gets Any Easier / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
It's Easy, So It Sucks! / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
It's Raining Men / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Jet Pack / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Judge, Jury, and Executioner / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Jumping Off the Slippery Slope / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Just a Kid / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Just Think of the Potential / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Kamehame Hadoken / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Killer Yo-Yo / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Knight Templar Big Brother / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lag Cancel / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Laser Blade / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Last Breath Bullet / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Last Episode, New Character / int_db9bec3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Laughing Mad / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Law of Inverse Recoil / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lawman Gone Bad / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lawyer-Friendly Cameo / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Leap of Faith / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Let X Be the Unknown / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lethal Lava Land / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lettered Sequel / int_db9bec3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Light and Mirrors Puzzle / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Light 'em Up / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Linear Warriors, Quadratic Wizards / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Literal Split Personality / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Living Structure Monster / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Locomotive Level / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lost in Translation / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Magikarp Power / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Magma Man / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Magnet Hands / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Make My Monster Grow / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Making a Splash / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Man on Fire / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Martial Pacifist / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Master Swordsman / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mechanical Ecosystem / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mechanical Evolution / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mechanically Unusual Fighter / int_dab32e3
 MegaManXCorrupted
seeAlso
Mega Man X (Video Game)
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mercy Invincibility / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Meta Mecha / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Meta Twist / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mind Virus / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mini-Boss / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mini-Game Credits / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mini-Mecha / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mission Control / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Morality Chip / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Multi-Melee Master / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Multi-Platform / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Multiform Balance / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Multipurpose Tongue / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
My Hero, Zero / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mysterious Past / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Name of Cain / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Neck Lift / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Nerf / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Nitro Boost / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
No Backwards Compatibility in the Future / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
No Canon for the Wicked / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
No Endor Holocaust / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
No Flow in CGI / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
No One Could Survive That! / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Noble Male, Roguish Male / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Nostalgia Level / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Not Completely Useless / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
O.C. Stand-in / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Offscreen Villain Dark Matter / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Offhand Backhand / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Older Hero vs. Younger Villain / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
One-Letter Name / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
One-Wheeled Wonder / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Orbiting Particle Shield / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Our Graphics Will Suck in the Future / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Out of Focus / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Outside-the-Box Tactic / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Overarching Villain / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Overly Long Tongue / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pac-Man Fever / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Parrying Bullets / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Periphery Hatedom / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Petal Power / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pillar of Light / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pitiful Worms / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Plant Person / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Player-Exclusive Mechanic / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Playing the Victim Card / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Plug 'n' Play Technology / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Popular with Furries / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Popularity Power / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Post-Script Season / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Power Fist / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Power Floats / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Power Gives You Wings / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Power Glows / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Power Levels / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Powered Armor / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pragmatic Hero / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Primary-Color Champion / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Promoted to Playable / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Psycho Electric Eel / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Psycho Prototype / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pure Energy / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Random Power Ranking / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rapunzel Hair / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Re-Release Soundtrack / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Readings Are Off the Scale / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Reassigned to Antarctica / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Recursive Ammo / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Recycled Title / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Red Is Heroic / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Reed Richards Is Useless / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Regenerating Health / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Relationship Writing Fumble / int_de0c0303
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Reluctant Warrior / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Remixed Level / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Removable Shell / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Repeat Cut / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rescue Reversal / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Resurrect the Villain / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Resurrection Revenge / int_de0c0303
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Reverse Mole / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Reviving Enemy / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Riddle for the Ages / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ridiculous Future Sequelisation / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Road Runner PC / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Robo Ship / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Robot Hair / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Robot Names / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Robot Soldier / int_de0c0303
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Robots Enslaving Robots / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rocket Punch / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rogues Gallery / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rude Hero, Nice Sidekick / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Run-and-Gun / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sailor Earth / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Saved by the Fans / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Scapegoat Creator / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Scarab Power / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Scars Are Forever / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Scary Squid / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Schrödinger's Player Character / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Screaming Warrior / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Screw Destiny / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sealed Badass in a Can / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Secondary Color Nemesis / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Secret A.I. Moves / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Segmented Serpent / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sequential Boss / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Series Fauxnale / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Set Bonus / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Set Swords to / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Shapeshifter Baggage / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Shapeshifter Weapon / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Shapeshifting Trickster / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Shields Are Useless / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Shoddy Knockoff Product / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Short-Range Guy, Long-Range Guy / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Shorter Means Smarter / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Shoryuken / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Shoulder Cannon / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Signature Move / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Signature Song / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sinister Silhouettes / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sketchy Successor / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Skilled, but Naïve / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Slippy-Slidey Ice World / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sociopathic Soldier / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Something Person / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Species Equals Gender / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Species Surname / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Speed Echoes / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sphere of Power / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Spikes of Villainy / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Spin Attack / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Spread Shot / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sprint Shoes / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Square-Cube Law / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Standard Power-Up Pose / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Staying Alive / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Steel Mill / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Stock Subtitle / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Story-Breaker Power / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Story-Driven Invulnerability / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Strictly Formula / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Stupid Neutral / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sunglasses at Night / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Superhero / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Super Prototype / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Super Title 64 Advance / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Super-Powered Evil Side / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Supporting Protagonist / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Surprisingly Improved Sequel / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sword and Gun / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sword Beam / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sword Lines / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sword Plant / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Tactical Suicide Boss / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Take Up My Sword / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Technicolor Death / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Teleport Spam / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Tennis Boss / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Tentacled Terror / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
That One Attack / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Baby of the Bunch / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Computer Shall Taunt You / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
The End... Or Is It? / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Fighting Narcissist / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Grim Reaper / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Main Characters Do Everything / int_de0c0303
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Man Behind the Monsters / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Paragon Always Rebels / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Tape Knew You Would Say That / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Un-Reveal / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Very Definitely Final Dungeon / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Virus / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Theme Music Power-Up / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
This Cannot Be! / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
This Is Unforgivable! / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Three Laws-Compliant / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Time Bomb / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Time Capsule / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Token Human / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Too Cool to Live / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Tornado Move / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Tricked-Out Shoes / int_de0c0303
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Trigger Happy / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Trope Overdosed / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
True Final Boss / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Tsurime Eyes / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Turns Red / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Typhoid Mary / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ultimate Universe / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Un-Canceled / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Underestimating Badassery / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Underwater Boss Battle / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Unexpected Gameplay Change / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Unfortunate Character Design / int_de0c0303
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Unnecessary Combat Roll / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Upgrade vs. Prototype Fight / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Urban Legend of Zelda / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Utility Weapon / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Van Helsing Hate Crimes / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Variant Power Copying / int_de0c0303
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Victory Pose / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Video Games of the 2000s / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Videogame Dashing / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Villain Team-Up / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Villainous Legacy / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Violence Really Is the Answer / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Virtual Ghost / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
hasFeature
Wall Jump / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
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Warm-Up Boss / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
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We Can Rebuild Him / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
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Weak, but Skilled / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
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Weaponized Animal / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
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What Measure Is a Non-Badass? / int_de0c0303
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
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White Gloves / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
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Wild West Armadillo / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
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Wind from Beneath My Wings / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
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Winged Humanoid / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
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With a Friend and a Stranger / int_dab32e3
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With Catlike Tread / int_dab32e3
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World Sundering / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
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World's Strongest Man / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
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Writer Revolt / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
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Yellow Lightning, Blue Lightning / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
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You Don't Look Like You / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
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You Shouldn't Know This Already / int_dab32e3
 Mega Man X (Video Game)
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Young Gun / int_dab32e3
 YuutoKazama
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Mega Man X (Video Game)
 Fandom Smash (Roleplay)
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Mega Man X (Video Game)
 DimensionSpark
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Mega Man X (Video Game)
 Dragon Fantasy (Video Game)
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Mega Man X (Video Game)
 MegaMan
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Mega Man X (Video Game)
 MegamanX
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Mega Man X (Video Game)
 Five Nights at Fuckboy's / Videogame
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Mega Man X (Video Game)
 MegaManX
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Mega Man X (Video Game)
 The Legend Of Ablb (Web Animation)
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Mega Man X (Video Game)
 Gamecheetz / Web Comic
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Mega Man X (Video Game)
 Sequelitis (Web Video)
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Mega Man X (Video Game)
 megamanx
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Mega Man X (Video Game)