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Info Database

Boss Info
Playable Character Info
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Enemy Pack Info
Basic Pack 1
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Basic Pack 4
Basic Pack 5
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Basic Pack 7
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Common Pack 1
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Common Pack 3
Common Pack 4
Common Pack 5
Common Pack 6
Common Pack 7
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Enemy Pack Info

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BeakBeak

It fires off 3 shots in a up, middle, down way. Whenever it's closed, nothing can penetrate it's mighty defenses, save for a charged shot from MegaManC or ProtoMan.

Special thanks goes out to SB for writing this mini-guide.

ScrewBomberScrewBomber

It shoots upward or downward based on it's placement with a spread effect. Three shots will spread up/downward, while one from each side on a horizontal scale. It's rather hard to hit at times due to level placement, so feel free to utilize this factor.

Special thanks goes out to SB for writing this mini-guide.

PengPeng

A cute little penguin enemy that flies in a zig zag pattern to the left or right. They're actually pretty fast so watch out as they can go from being off-screen to tackling you in the blink of an eye!

Special thanks goes out to SB for writing this mini-guide.

TackleFireTackleFire

These are created by Hotheads, and will semi home in on your area, while also igniting any oil slicks. When you place them in the level on their own, they'll constantly respawn as long as the player is on their screen.

Special thanks goes out to SB for writing this mini-guide.

MetMet

The famous Met of all things MegaMan save for the Legends games. It uses a spread shot whenever you get too close to it. You all know how it works by now, with the deflection of all attacks unless you're close enough to lure it out of hiding.

Special thanks goes out to SB for writing this mini-guide.

FlyingShellFlyingShell

It's encased in an armor that can only be damaged with a precise jump or else a charge shot, unless of course it opens up it's shell to attack you with a spread attack that goes out in all directions.

Special thanks goes out to SB for writing this mini-guide.

BubbleBatBubbleBat

It hides in a shield casing when you first meet it, then as you approach, it'll come out and make a HORRIBLE screeching sound until you kill it. Also homes in on your location, though slowly.

Special thanks goes out to SB for writing this mini-guide.

BigEyeBigEye

About as close to a boss as far as minor enemies are concerned. Actually, it WAS a boss on the first level, though this one is far smaller and without the energy attacks, nor the overly weak design. This foe's main attack is just jumping. That's it. Just jumping. Though it'll randomly do a long jump, or a high jump, and is only weak to attack when it's eye is open, which happens only when it's jumping. Placing one of these before a boss battle or before a check point is a devilishy evil thing to do, probably more reason for Wily and Capcom to do so.

Special thanks goes out to SB for writing this mini-guide.




 
 

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