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This page is about the Robot Master Cloud Man. For his NetNavi counterpart, see CloudMan.EXE.
"I am on cloud nine!"
―Cloud Man, Mega Man: Robot Master Field Guide

Cloud Man (クラウドマン Kuraudoman) is a Robot Master from Mega Man 7 who was originally created as a weather control robot, but was stolen and modified for combat by Dr. Wily, removing his rainfall equipment and enhancing his lightning equipment. Cloud Man has no legs, as he was designed to hover above the ground using a gravity controller. He can control the weather and create powerful winds to push his opponents, and try to strike them with his Thunder Bolt.


An opportunist and a bit of a couch potato with a fondness for the rainy season, Cloud Man likes to be at the center of attention with his abilities, but he laments the fact that his lack of legs makes him unable to wear shoes. He likes to look for rare and shiny metals in his spare time and dislikes lightning rods due to the fact that when lightning strikes, the bolt tends to hit the rod instead of the intended target.


Cloud Man is orange in color, having a plump onion-esque body. His gravity controller is covered in clouds and his back has Taiko drums that allow Cloud Man to control the weather and attack. His Thunder Bolts are yellow and their sprite's outline is purple.

Video game appearances[]

Mega Man 7[]


Cloud Man starts by floating up from the center of the room, then electrically charging himself (invincible while doing so) to fire his Thunder Bolt from that height towards Mega Man. The Thunder Bolt acts as a fast-moving lightning bolt that, upon hitting the ground, creates four electric spheres (two from each side of the Thunder Bolt) that travel along the floor. It can be avoided by jumping over the lightning so that the attack fails to hit Mega Man, or even fails to hit the ground at all. Right after that, he lowers himself to Mega Man's level, and then casts rain and wind that pushes Mega Man either towards one of the pits or towards Cloud Man. If Mega Man collides with Cloud Man at this point, Cloud Man will push him away, dealing damage. While the rain and wind are still active, Cloud Man will electrically charge himself again and shock the floor to create more electric spheres. As the rain and wind's power are higher than Mega Man's running speed, the player may have to slide if it is necessary to avoid falling, while jumping so Mega Man avoids the electric spheres. After the rain stops, Cloud Man starts chasing Mega Man, leaving a small gap below him so Mega Man can slide to avoid contact with him. He then repeats the attack pattern.

His weakness is the Danger Wrap, as this weapon encases him on a giant bubble, floating upwards and eventually detonating, making him fall to the ground due to his cloud disappearing, and restart his attack pattern. However, he is still invincible if he is charging himself. If it is used while it's raining, the rain will instantly stop. It defeats him in seven hits.

Mega Man: The Power Battle[]


Cloud Man's behavior is the same as in Mega Man 7, except there are no bottomless pits in his arena. Cloud Man could be difficult to defeat without the Scorch Wheel, but the Mega Buster is just as effective.

Rockman Strategy[]

Cloud Man holds Duo hostage with help from Ice Man and Guts Man, and later joins Scorpio aboard his airship along with Yamato Man.


Mega Man & Bass CD data[]

Cloud Man's CD data card.

Rockman Battle & Fighters data[]


Translation: He was developed as a weather control robot, but Wily enhanced his lightning generation function. He is the first robot in the series dedicated to aerial combat. His special weapon is Thunder Strike.

Hisshouhou Special data[]

  • Height: 197 cm
  • Weight: 144 kg


Damage data chart[]

Displays the amount of damage in units that Cloud Man will receive from each Special Weapon in Mega Man 7.

Mega Man 7
Mega Buster Freeze Cracker Junk Shield Danger Wrap Thunder Bolt Wild Coil Slash Claw Noise Crush Scorch Wheel Super Adapter
1:2 1:1 0 4 2 1:1 1 1:2 1 3
*For Mega Buster, Wild Coil and Noise Crush, the first number is the damage done when the weapon is fired normally; the second number is damage done when the weapon is charged up.
*For Freeze Cracker, the first number is when the shot is whole; the second number is after it splits.

Other media[]

Cloud Man appeared in the manga Mega Man Gigamix and Rockman 7.

Mega Man (Archie Comics)[]

Cloud Man debuts in Worlds Collide as part of large army of Robot Masters assembled to attack the force of heroes led by Sonic the Hedgehog and Mega Man.



  • During his battle pose before fighting, his sprite loses a finger, giving him only four instead of his usual five.
  • With the right timing, the Danger Wrap can prevent Cloud Man from doing anything at all during his battle, making for an easy fight.
  • Cloud Man's like of navels is a reference to the old Japanese superstition of raijuus (thunder beasts) hiding inside navels during lightning strikes.
  • Cloud Man's weapon is called Thunder Strike in Japan, which is also used in the English version of Mega Man: The Power Battle.
  • There is a glitch in the battle with Cloud Man,[1] like with Spring Man and Turbo Man, only instead of destroying him instantly, it destroys both him and the player and distorts the screen. If Danger Wrap is fired with exact timing as Mega Man enters the boss room, it will cause him to fall from above the screen and disappear (the player will not be able to move during this time), two Thunder Bolts will fall from the sky, the screen will become distorted in appearance, and the player will die.