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BrightMan.EXE (ブライトマン Buraitoman) is an antagonist in MegaMan NT Warrior Axess. One of the Darkloids spawned from darkness under ShadeMan, BrightMan fights against MegaMan and his friends as he tries to tear down the world to make it a place solely for Darkloids.
Raoul and ThunderMan have a grudge against BrightMan because he deleted a friend of theirs, prompting them to go to Electopia to get revenge. He starts causing mayhem and destruction in the city as Lan and MegaMan can't attack because of their previous battle. LaserMan says that he never ordered these attacks, stating that the Darkloids are just trying to prove themselves. Dr. Regal, however, tells him to let them cause as much destruction as possible. Their actions are intervened by SearchMan and ThunderMan, but the Darkloid trio of SwordMan, FridgeMan, and NovaMan arrive at the scene to take part in the chaos. SearchMan aims at them and fires, but hits their reflection on FridgeMan's ice instead. ThunderMan, however, uses his thunder to redirect the shot towards the Darkloids, and hits BrightMan head-on. BrightMan is deleted, and the others escape. Nebula's Great Invasion!
After deletion, BrightMan was revived by Dr. Regal along with all of the other deleted Darkloids for the sole purpose of attacking the NetPolice and ensuring the destruction of Control X (which was being used by the NetSavers to help locate Regal's secret space satellite), but once again he is deleted by MegaMan using Torch Soul. The Great NetPolice Battle!
List of appearances
MegaMan NT Warrior Axess
- Ep. 35 - Nebula's Great Invasion! (Debut, deleted)
- Ep. 46 - The Great NetPolice Battle! (Last appearance, revived, deleted)
- Asteroid BrightMan.EXE - His Asteroid counterpart from Rockman.EXE Stream.
- Ken (Rockman.EXE Stream) - His Asteroid counterpart's operator.
- BrightMan.EXE - His video game counterpart.
- Bright Man - His counterpart from the original Mega Man series.
|Dr. Regal (all games, anime, and manga) and LaserMan (all games and anime) • CosmoMan (manga)|
|Mega Man Battle Network 4||ShadeMan • Heel Navis|
|Mega Man Battle Network 5||BlizzardMan • ShadeMan • CloudMan • Dark MegaMan • CosmoMan • Dark ProtoMan (Team ProtoMan) • Dark Colonel (Team Colonel) • Nebula Gray • Lackeys and Heel Navis|
|MegaMan NT Warrior Axess||Ms. Yuri and SpikeMan • ShadowMan • Anetta • Dark ProtoMan • BowlMan • BrightMan • BurnerMan • DesertMan • FlashMan • FridgeMan • GravityMan • NovaMan • SavageMan • SparkMan • SwordMan • VideoMan • VineMan|
|Rockman.EXE Stream||Nebula Gray • Dark Rockman • BlizzardMan • CloudMan • CosmoMan • SwallowMan|
|MegaMan NT Warrior (manga)||CloudMan • Nebula Grey • Darkloids|