Bert Wily is a human who appears in Mega Man: Fully Charged. He is based on Doctor Albert W. Wily, though unlike his original counterpart Bert is friends with Aki Light/Mega Man, and is the same age as him.
Bert has spiky orange hair, green eyes, and freckles. He wears a pink and red shirt with a W logo on it.
Bert has an aptitude for mechanical inventing. Over the course of the series he has created several inventions, including a video drone called the Wily Copter, though his youth and naivety often make his inventions malfunction.
In "License to Drill" he is shows to have a good control over his board, considerating the board was unfinished and act erratically.
Wily Copter: He modified the Suna Drone with parts of his bike, in turn adding heat resistance to it.
Speed Chip: A device that enhances a machine's speed, but is buggy and tend to make machines malfunction.
Bike: Bert owns a bike that has a skull reminiscent of his older counterpart from the games.
Proto Sky Board: A white fast floating board. Look line surf board with truster. Being a prototype the board have problems of stability making hard to use. He often uses a red bicycle helmet with a orange glasses added while riding it.
- His voice actor, Cole Howard, also voiced Peter Punkowski, and is the voice actor for Mega Man from Mega Man Powered Up.
- In his introduction, Bert was supposed to move his eyebrows in the same way Dr. Wily does in the games, but it was cut from the animation.
- In the episode "Unfriendly Competition," the theme that plays during his introduction is a remix of the Wily Stage 1 and 2 theme from Mega Man 2.
- In the episode "Drilling Deep," he accidentally cut his hair in a way that resembles the hair style of his original counterpart. Cut Man accidentally gave him the same cut again in "A Split End".
- Aki and Bert are roughly the same height, hair or no hair included.
- Even as Mega Man, Aki is still roughly the same height as Bert due to the shape on top of his helmet.
- His shirt has a logo very similar to that of Dr. Wily's.
- In "All Play and No Works" he presents himself like a amateur hero.