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For his video game appearance, see Count Zap.

Count Zap, known as Count Elec (エレキ伯爵 Ereki Hakushaku, lit. Electric Count) in Japan, real name Jack Electel (ジャック・エレキテル Jakku Erekiteru), is a character in the MegaMan NT Warrior anime series, and the operator of ElecMan.EXE. He is a member of World Three who is originally an enemy of Lan Hikari and MegaMan.EXE, however over the course of the series he and his fellow World Three members Mr. Match, Maddy, and Yahoot become friends and allies of their former enemy, and team up with him on several occasions to stop other evil organizations or handle personal matters.

Count Zap has had several family members appear in the anime series, including his mother, his older brother Gauss Magnus, his niece, Tesla Magnets, and his wife, Ann Electel, making Count Zap the character with the most family members shown in the series.



At some point before the series, a young Jack met Ann Electel and instantly fell in love with her because of her natural ability to manipulate electricity. Ann's parents had an arranged marriage for her, but Jack came and stole her away during the wedding, and the two married each other, though this love would turn sour as Ann turned out to be a heavy money spender, spending much of Jack's money and retirement for lavish things such as a "seven year trip around the world seven and a half times".

MegaMan NT Warrior

He appears in episode 2.

He appears in episode 5.

He appears in episode 7.

He appears in episode 10.

He appears in episode 11.

He appears in episode 13.

He appears in episode 30, where he is the central character. He meets with his mother, seemingly back from the dead.

MegaMan NT Warrior Axess

He appears briefly in episode 9, where he and the other WWW members "train" Dex and GutsMan to take on Lan and MegaMan, however this was a ruse to get him out of their hair. Dex returns at the end of the episode, much to the frustration of him and the others.

He appears in episode 15.

Rockman.EXE Stream

He appears in episode 39.

He appears in episode 44.

He appears in episode 46.

He appears in the final episode.

Rockman.EXE Beast+

He appears in episode 11.

He appears in episode 12.



  • In the original Japanese version of the anime, Count Zap has a speech quirk where he uses English phrases in place of Japanese, notably "It's amazing!" and "Oh my God!". In the English anime, Jack speaks with a British accent, suggesting he is a foreigner. This assumption is later proven to be true in season 1 episode 30 (Don't Mess With Mama Zap!), which reveals that Jack and his brother Gauss originated from Kingland.

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