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{{Robotmaster
 
{{Robotmaster
 
|name=Air Man
 
|name=Air Man
|image=[[File:Air_Man.png|250px|thumb|Air Man]]
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|image=[[File:MMFC Air Man close.png|250px|Air Man]]
 
|voiceactoreng= Ian Hainlin
 
|voiceactoreng= Ian Hainlin
 
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{{Looking for|This article is about the [[Mega Man: Fully Charged]] character. For others, see [[Air Man]].}}
 
{{Looking for|This article is about the [[Mega Man: Fully Charged]] character. For others, see [[Air Man]].}}
:''"I'll show them that weak bots shall bow down to Air Man! Because I'm the greatest! I'm even the greatest at being the greatest!"''
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{{Q|I'll show them that weak bots shall bow down to Air Man! Because I'm the greatest! I'm even the greatest at being the greatest!|Air Man, [[Running Wild]]}}
:—Air Man, [[Running Wild]]
 
   
'''Air Man''' is a character from ''[[Mega Man: Fully Charged]]''.  He is first seen in the episode [[Running Wild]].
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'''Air Man''' is a character from ''[[Mega Man: Fully Charged]]''. He first appeared in the episode [[Running Wild]].
   
 
==Appearance==
 
==Appearance==
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This incarnation of Air Man resembles [[Wind Man]] more closely than [[Air Man]], having a greyish-white and yellow coloration, a blue visor, different body shape, and two separate fans connected to his body instead of one large fan built into his chest. He also has an arm cannon shaped like a fan and a yellow fin on top of his head. He has two smaller yellow fins on both of his arms.
This incarnation of Air Man resembles [[Wind Man]] more closely than [[Air Man]], having a greyish-white & yellow coloration, different body shape, and two separate fans connected to his arms instead of a large fan on his chest.
 
   
 
==Personality==
 
==Personality==
Personality-wise, Air Man is vain and arrogant. He thinks he is the greatest at everything, and does not hesitate to show off as much as possible.  He attacks Silicon City for no other reason than to prove his superiority And he holds grudges against anyone he thinks upstages or humiliates him.
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Personality-wise, Air Man is vain and arrogant. He thinks he is the greatest at everything, and does not hesitate to show off as much as possible. He attacks Silicon City for no other reason than to prove his superiority, and holds grudges against anyone who he thinks is upstaging or humiliating him. In truth, Air Man's egotistical nature is actually to cover up his insecurity which was caused by the competitive nature of his siblings. 
   
 
==Abilities==
 
==Abilities==
Air Man can manipulate wind just like his video game counterpart but to a far greater extent. He is capable of generating massive columns of wind with his fans, similar to [[Tengu Man]]'s [[Tornado Hold]], that can quite literally blow his opponents away. He can also use his fans for flight.
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Air Man can manipulate wind just like his video game counterpart but to a far greater extent.  He is capable of generating massive columns of wind with his fans, similar to [[Tengu Man]]'s [[Tornado Hold]], that can quite literally blow his opponents away. He can use his fans for flight and can shoot short blasts of wind. He also has a "Reverse Mode", where he sucks in the wind instead of firing it away.
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==Story==
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Air Man first appeared in "[[Running Wild]]", where he causes trouble around [[Silicon City]].
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In "[[To Air Is Robot]]", Air Man claimed Silicon City's airspace as his own.
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In "[[The Bluster Bunch (episode)|The Bluster Bunch]]", Air Man is show to have a group of three siblings, known collectively as [[The Bluster Bunch]].
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Air Man appeared alongside other Robot Masters in [[The Gauntlet Part I]] and [[The Gauntlet Part II|II]].
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
Airmanpixelart.png|The versus screen.
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Mega Man Fully Charged Air Man Render.png|Render
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MMFC Air Man.png|Air Man's full appearance.
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MMFC Mega Man VS Air Man.png|The versus screen.
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MMFCSDCCRushBike.jpg|"Mega Man Rush Moto" print by Jose Emroca Flores that features Air Man, along with other Robot Masters in ''Mega Man: Fully Charged''.
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MMFCSDCC2018Print.jpg|"Mega Man Jumper" print by Jose Emroca Flores that features Air Man in the background.
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Mega Man Fully Charged Air Man Concept A.png|Concept art
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Mega Man Fully Charged Air Man Concept B.png|Concept art
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Mega Man Fully Charged Air Man Concept C.png|Concept art
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
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==Trivia==
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*Several of Air Man's concept designs bore a much closer resemblance to his original counterpart.
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[[Category:Mega Man: Fully Charged characters]]
 
[[Category:Mega Man: Fully Charged characters]]
 
[[Category:Males]]
 
[[Category:Males]]
 
[[Category:Robot Masters]]
 
[[Category:Robot Masters]]
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[[Category:Air Robot Masters]]
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[[Category:Air Man type design]]
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[[Category:One hand]]

Latest revision as of 21:17, December 26, 2019

This article is about the Mega Man: Fully Charged character. For others, see Air Man.
"I'll show them that weak bots shall bow down to Air Man! Because I'm the greatest! I'm even the greatest at being the greatest!"
—Air Man, Running Wild

Air Man is a character from Mega Man: Fully Charged. He first appeared in the episode Running Wild.

AppearanceEdit

This incarnation of Air Man resembles Wind Man more closely than Air Man, having a greyish-white and yellow coloration, a blue visor, different body shape, and two separate fans connected to his body instead of one large fan built into his chest. He also has an arm cannon shaped like a fan and a yellow fin on top of his head. He has two smaller yellow fins on both of his arms.

PersonalityEdit

Personality-wise, Air Man is vain and arrogant. He thinks he is the greatest at everything, and does not hesitate to show off as much as possible. He attacks Silicon City for no other reason than to prove his superiority, and holds grudges against anyone who he thinks is upstaging or humiliating him. In truth, Air Man's egotistical nature is actually to cover up his insecurity which was caused by the competitive nature of his siblings. 

AbilitiesEdit

Air Man can manipulate wind just like his video game counterpart but to a far greater extent.  He is capable of generating massive columns of wind with his fans, similar to Tengu Man's Tornado Hold, that can quite literally blow his opponents away. He can use his fans for flight and can shoot short blasts of wind. He also has a "Reverse Mode", where he sucks in the wind instead of firing it away.

StoryEdit

Air Man first appeared in "Running Wild", where he causes trouble around Silicon City.

In "To Air Is Robot", Air Man claimed Silicon City's airspace as his own.

In "The Bluster Bunch", Air Man is show to have a group of three siblings, known collectively as The Bluster Bunch.

Air Man appeared alongside other Robot Masters in The Gauntlet Part I and II.

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Several of Air Man's concept designs bore a much closer resemblance to his original counterpart.


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