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Champy (チャンプ Chanpu) is a boxer virus from the Mega Man Battle Network series with flaming fists. On its underside is a gong complete with a hammer, typically used as signal in professional boxing matches. Its Japanese name is possibly abbreviated from champion or champ. Champy remain stationary in a panel until an enemy moves into its line of sight on the cyber field; it will then teleport  to deliver a punch to an enemy. However, even though they appear to float, Champy cannot cross holes in the cyber field; in Mega Man Battle Network 6, all variants of Champy are able to cross broken panels on their side of the field, but not on MegaMan's side. All Champy are Fire-types and hence weak to Aqua attacks.
Champy is a variant characterized by its red headgear.
RareChampy is a variant with light blue headgear and is seldom encountered in Central Area 3.
RareChampy2 is a variant with light green headgear and is seldom encountered in Central Area 3.
Virus Stats by Game
Fire Hit, known as Fire Punch (ファイアパンチ) in Japan, is the Battle Chip obtained from deleted Champy viruses.
Fire Hits can form the Program Advances Boxer and Flame Hook.
Mega Man Battle Network 5
|Standard Chip 80||FireHit1||Slams closest enemy||60||Fire||O,P,Q||12 MB||*|
|Standard Chip 81||FireHit2||Slams closest enemy||100||Fire||H,I,J||28 MB||**|
|Standard Chip 82||FireHit3||Slams closest enemy||140||Fire||E,F,G||44 MB||***|
Mega Man Battle Network 6
Notes and references
- ↑ AreaSteal and Panel breaking attacks will not affect the panel this virus occupies.
- ↑ Champy are not able to be struck whilst moving as this virus completely disappears from the field before reappearing to attack.
- ↑ The Japanese characters are onomatopoeia. i.e. "Kaan!!" = Ding!!.
- ↑ Explicated by a 'Quiz Master' at the docks from BN5 when she asks: "#01 In boxing, attacks like a ChampyEX's are called what?" The correct answer is: "A one-two punch."