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BombMan.EXE
(BlasterMan.EXE in the anime dub)
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Designer:{{{designer}}}
Operator:{{{operator}}}
Wizard:{{{wizard}}}
NetNavi:{{{netnavi}}}
Compatible human:{{{human}}}
Compatible AM/FM-ian:{{{FM}}}
Compatible UMA:{{{UMA}}}
Compatible Wizard:{{{Wizard}}}
EM-Wave Change:Template:Emwavechange
HP:800 (1st), 900 (2nd),
1000 (3rd)
Movement:Area
Attacks:
Battle Chips:BombMan B, BombMan2 B, BombMan3 B
Leaves:4000 Zenny (1st)
Element:{{{type}}}
Weakness:{{{weak}}}
Main site:
Original
counterpart:
Bomb Man
Appearances
in games:
MegaMan Battle Network
Other appearances: MegaMan NT Warrior (anime)
MegaMan NT Warrior (manga)
Voice actor:Nick Harrison
Seiyū:
Sprite:1
BombMan.EXE is a NetNavi that works for the criminal organization World Three. He talks using internet slangs like "And who R U?". He protects the WWW address, and after being defeated by MegaMan, who gets the WWW address, he blows himself using "NetBomb program", destroing the path to the WWW, but Lan finds a alternative way with the help of the @WWW address and his father.

BombMan attacks by kicking bombs, and sometimes planting a Mine in MegaMan's side.

BattleChipEdit

His BattleChips causes, each one, 120, 140, and 160 damage, and makes BombMan kick a bomb 3 panels forward.

MegaMan NT WarriorEdit

In the anime MegaMan NT Warrior, BlasterMan and his partner StoneMan are stronger and smarter then their game counterparts. He and StoneMan first appear in episode 16, during the N-1 Grand Prix. None of their opponents show up to fight them, and they win their rounds by default. The two attack their opponents before the fight (like PickMan and DrillMach). Their real first battle is against GutsMan and WoodMan, which they win. Later, they fight against MegaMan and SharkMan, which they are unmasked as being Solo NetNavis, and their NetOps are robots. They cheat in the battle and transport MegaMan and SharkMan to a lighthouse, but fail in defeating MegaMan and SharkMan. They re-enter the contest by cheating again, and fight against MegaMan and ProtoMan. After their defeat, they try to capture PharaohMan for Mr. Wily, with a army of blue copies of them, which are deleted by PharaohMan. They escape with PharaohMan, but MegaMan follows and deletes StoneMan and BlasterMan.

He reappears as "Asteroid BlasterMan" in episode 21 from Rockman EXE Stream, and is defeated by SpikeMan.EXE.

AttacksEdit

Attacks from games and other medias. Note: This list may be incomplete.

  • Mine
  • Rapid Blaster
  • Iron Body
  • Area Steal


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