|This article is about the MegaMan NT Warrior anime character. For his video game counterpart, see Colonel.EXE. For his Beyondard counterpart, see Zoano Colonel.EXE.|
Colonel is a strong and silent NetNavi.
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At one point, Slur is attacked by Colonel. When they demanded to know who Colonel was, he introduced himself and then declared that he would destroy Slur, the distributer of the Asteroids. He then lunges at them, though they dodge this attack and then call him foolish and explain that the Asteroids are the realization of human desires and all they do is provide them assistance by distributing them among the people of Earth. Not fazed by their words, Colonel engages them in battle as Rockman appears right afterwards. During the battle, Colonel thrusts his saber through Slur, but they are unfazed and unscathed as wires appear from Colonel and bind him as the saber vanishes. Rockman then intervenes and burns the wires away with a Volcano Cannon Battle Chip. Declaring himself to be Slur's opponent, Rockman has Netto use the Soul Unison Search Soul, and attacks, though Slur seems unfazed by that as well.
Using Blues Soul next, Rockman strikes with a Sword Battle Chip, which Slur parries, but Rockman manages to scratch their cheek, angering them. Summoning wires from under Rockman and binding him, Slur orders him to disappear in the UraNet and is engulfed by light as they attempt to land a powerful attack at Rockman. However, Colonel intervenes and pushes them away, with Colonel being heavily injured from the contact and Slur deciding to leave at that. Doctor Wily's Daughter
Colonel only appears in Beast when BubbleMan has a vision of his meeting with Colonel in the past, where he tells Colonel that ShadeMan is gone, so he may as well delete him. Colonel relents, saying that BubbleMan is a part of the future and deleting him now would effect it. He instead uses an Ice Seed Battle Chip to keep BubbleMan from altering time, freezing him up until he thaws and finds Trill. Beyondard (episode)
List of Appearance
- Ep. 8 - Calling on Colonel! (Debut)
- Ep. 11 - Concrete Jungle
- Ep. 16 - Terrifying Gravity Diet!
- Ep. 21 - Doctor Wily's Daughter
- Ep. 22 - Dekao, Curry Transformation (Mentioned)
- Ep. 29 - The Safecracking Man (Mentioned, flashback)
- Movie - Rockman.EXE: Hikari to Yami no Program
- Ep. 31 - Shademan Strikes Back (Mentioned)
- Ep. 32 - Space-Time War
- Ep. 48 - Countdown to Disappearance
- Ep. 49 - Battle of One Without Bonds
- Ep. 50 - Colonel Barrel (Cross Fusion, voice)
- Ep. 51 - Toward a New Future (Finale)
- Ep. 1 - Beyondard (Last appearance, flashback)
- Zoano Colonel.EXE - His Beyondard counterpart from Rockman.EXE Beast.
- Barrel (Beyondard) - His operator's Beyondard counterpart.
- Colonel.EXE - His video game counterpart.
- Barrel - His operator's video game counterpart.
|Rockman.EXE: Hikari to Yami no Program|
Barrel/Colonel • Enzan Ijuin/Blues • Forte • Raika/SearchMan
Dr. Regal/Nebula Gray
Charlie Airster/GyroMan • Chisao Oyama • Dekao Oyama/GutsMan • Dingo/TomahawkMan • Dr. Wily • Kero Midorikawa • Mariko Ozono • Meijin • Meiru Sakurai/Roll • Rin Manabe • Seishin Kifune • Shuko Kido • Toru Hikawa/IceMan • Yamitaro Higure/NumberMan • Yuichiro Hikari
|KA-222 • Ministry of Science • Thousand Amusements building • TRINITY Brain Tower|
|Forte Cross Rockman • Spectrum/Tadashi Hikari Program/Dr. Wily Program|
|Be Somewhere (intro)|
|NT Warrior • Axess • Stream • Beast • Beast+ |
Hikari to Yami no Program