|For his Mega Man Maverick Hunter X incarnation, see Flame Mammoth/Maverick Hunter X.|
Flame Mammoth, known in Japan as Burnin' Noumander (バーニン・ナウマンダー Bānin Naumandā), is a boss in Mega Man X, a Reploid based on the Palaeoloxodon naumanni. Flame Mammoth was the leader of the Maverick Hunter's 4th Land Unit, and spent years fighting in the deserts of the Middle East. He had an arrogant and cocky attitude, and was extremely proud of his large size and strength. His tendency to look down on those smaller and weaker than him put him on bad terms with his subordinates, as well as highlighting the potential cause for the tension with Chill Penguin, one of the few higher-ranked members of the Maverick Hunters who refused to team up with him due to their tumultuous relationship. When Sigma became a Maverick, Flame Mammoth joined his uprising, seeing it as an opportunity to use his large size and power to go on full scale rampages of destruction. Sigma has him guarding captured factories, which he is planning to convert to produce weaponry.
Video game appearances
He is one of the eight Mavericks in the original Mega Man X.
He is one of the Mavericks in Mega Man Xtreme 2.
- See also: Flame Mammoth/Maverick Hunter X
He is one of the eight Mavericks in the remake of the original Mega Man X, Mega Man Maverick Hunter X.
In Rockman ×over, Flame Mammoth is one of the four bosses from World 1.
Flame Mammoth can spit oil as well as flames (either red or blue in the remake, Maverick Hunter X, with the blue flames erupting into a flame pillar when they hit the floor). He generally tries to jump on the player. If he lands on the ground after his jump, X will fall back on the ground, stunning him, so the player should jump when Flame Mammoth is about to land. His room is quite large, resulting in his ability to go off screen, where the player's attacks cannot affect him, but his can still affect the player. He can also change the direction of the conveyor belt, on which the fight takes place. If the Boomerang Cutter is used on him, his trunk will be cut off, preventing him from spitting oil or changing the direction of the conveyor belts. The Storm Tornado is Flame Mammoth's weakness, though it cannot make him flinch in both games. An uncharged Storm Tornado is the only weapon that can douse his flames.
Mega Man X stats
Flame Mammoth (Burnin' Noumander)
Nickname: "Fiery Oil Tanker" (灼熱のオイルタンク, roughly "Incandescent Oil Tank")
Height: 321 cm (10.5 ft)
Weight: 327 kg (721 lbs, mistakenly shown as 719 lbs in-game)
Attacks: Fire Wave, Oiling, Jump Press
Flame Mammoth is the fifth Maverick that X fights in the Rockman X manga. X fights against him in a factory, where Flame Mammoth uses Reploid bodies hung from the ceiling to repair himself. In the manga, his real form is a low rank small sphere with arms and legs. He joined Sigma's rebellion so he could have revenge against all that called him small. It's not revealed how he obtained his large body, but his real form is protected inside the upper part of his body, the most resistant part. X attacked this part while he was regenerating, destroying the large body and damaging him. Flame Mammoth reveals his story to X, to which X says that strength has nothing to do with size and rank, and uses himself as example as he was able to defeat Flame Mammoth's large body. Flame Mammoth was sorry for his actions and opened an exit to the factory for X. He was alive when X left, so it's unknown if he survived his injuries.
In the Carddass, Flame Mammoth is revived by Dr. Doppler as "Burnin' Noumander L" (Flame Mammoth L). Some of Flame Mammoth's changes include his red colors being changed to black and the inclusion of long tusks.
In the Mega Mission history from the manga, Rockman Remix, Burnin' Noumander L attacks X with Storm Eagleed L (Storm Eagle L) and Sting Chameleao L (Sting Chameleon L). Initially, X doesn't want to fight them, but he's forced to by iX/Limited to kill them with one blast, leaving only debris.
Flame Mammoth is briefly mentioned in issue #40 of the comic when his unit is called in to manage the area after the Wily Walker's attack. He would be mentioned again in issue #50's backup story, where he alongside his 4th Overland Unit was one of many former Hunters Zero desperately tried to contact on The Day of Σ.
During Worlds Unite Flame Mammoth was time-cloned by Sigma and deployed as part of a Maverick army intended to conquer all of reality. After joining in the assault on the Sky Patrol, he departed to attack other worlds at Sigma's behest.
|Mega Man X|
|List of Mavericks|
| Chill Penguin • Spark Mandrill • Armored Armadillo • Launch Octopus |
Boomer Kuwanger • Sting Chameleon • Storm Eagle • Flame Mammoth
|Vile • Bospider • Rangda Bangda • D-Rex • Velguarder • Sigma|
|Mega Man X's Special Weapons|
| Shotgun Ice • Electric Spark • Rolling Shield • Homing Torpedo |
Boomerang Cutter • Chameleon Sting • Storm Tornado • Fire Wave
|Armor Parts • Mega Man X Walkthrough • List of Mega Man X enemies • Damage Data Chart • Script|
|Mega Man Xtreme 2|
|Mega Man X • Zero|
|List of Mavericks|
|Neon Tiger • Volt Catfish • Launch Octopus • Flame Mammoth • Wire Sponge • Overdrive Ostrich • Blast Hornet • Tunnel Rhino|
| Skullhead • Velguarder • Isaz and Sowilo • Berkana • Gareth • Sigma|
- Boss Attack -
Chill Penguin • Spark Mandrill • Storm Eagle • Flame Stag • Armored Armadillo • Morph Moth • Magna Centipede • Wheel Gator
|Mega Man X's Special Weapons|
| Ray Claw • Tri-Thunder • Marine Tornado • Fire Wave • Strike Chain • Sonic Slicer • Bomb Bee • Tornado Fang|
Giga Crash • Shotokan
|Zero's Special Moves|
| Rising • Tri-Thunder • Fish Fang • Fire Wave • Lightning • Dash • Earth Gaizer • Drill Crush |
- Other -
|Armor Parts • Parts • Damage Data Chart (X) • Damage Data Chart (Zero) • Game Script • List of Enemies|