"My Gemini Laser has no match! I thought you were my rival. Is that all you got?"
―Gemini Man taunts Mega Man when he bests him, Super Adventure Rockman

Gemini Man (ジェミニマン Jeminiman) is a Robot Master from Mega Man 3, created by Dr. Light and Dr. Wily. He is capable of creating holographic copies of himself, and uses that power to confuse and overwhelm opponents as he attacks them. He only uses one copy in most of his appearances, but in Super Adventure Rockman, Gemini Man is shown to be able to produce up to four copies of himself at once to confuse his opponent. However, even without his clones helping him, Gemini Man is a very tricky opponent to deal with, especially with his Special Weapon, the fast and reflective Gemini Laser.


Gemini Man is an elegant fighter who is confident in his abilities, but is rather conceited. He is a narcissist, and likes to admire himself in a mirror or with one of his copies. Gemini Man also has Ophidiophobia, which is a fear of snakes, one of the reasons why being that his weakness is the Search Snake.

Video game appearances

Mega Man 3

At the start of the battle, Gemini Man will create a mirror image of himself. He and his clone will take turns jumping to the left side of the screen, running to the right, then repeating. Firing shots will cause the clone on the ground to turn around and fire at Mega Man, while the other freezes in mid-air. It is advised to shoot at the clone in the air as he is about to land, then jump to avoid the bullets of the other Gemini Man.

After Gemini Man loses half of his health, the duplicate disappears and Gemini Man will change his pattern, beginning to fire his Gemini Laser. This laser reflects off of the walls, so the player will have to keep an eye on it while looking out for Gemini Man. His new pattern will be running from left to right and jumping when Mega Man fires at him, similar to Crash Man's.

Mega Man III

Gemini Man is one of the first four bosses. His actions are the same from Mega Man 3.

Mega Man's Soccer

Gemini Man is a fast player that doesn't have his own team. In Tournament mode, he is a member of the Fire Man, Wood Man, Needle Man, Dust Man, Skull Man, Enker, and Wily teams. In League mode, he is in the teams of Elec Man, Wood Man, and Pharaoh Man.

Mega Man: The Power Battle/Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters

"Attack calmly and avoid the illusions. To tell you the truth, Gemini Man is weak against heat."
―Dr. Light, Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters

Gemini Man is one of the six bosses from the "Mega Man 3~6" course in Mega Man: The Power Battle and the "Recover the new parts!" course in Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters. Like Mega Man 3, Gemini Man will start the battle by creating a clone of himself. The first pattern is almost identical to his first pattern in Mega Man 3. They take turns jumping to the left, running to the right, and repeating this.

After Gemini Man reaches half health, the clone will disappear. Gemini Man will then slowly walk around the arena. He will occasionally attack by firing a shot or using his Gemini Laser. He will also jump around and use a shield to defend against attacks. Besides this, in Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters he'll also be able to create dimensional rifts to summon Tsuranattoris to his aid. This is known when his forehead refracts light, similar to his entrance animation. He is weak to Magnet Missile in Mega Man: The Power Battle and Pharaoh Wave in Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters.

Super Adventure Rockman

Gemini Man is the last opponent encountered in Episode 2, fought by Mega Man just before he tries to enter the Temple of the Moon. During his introduction cutscene, he demonstrates his cloning powers to a confused Mega Man and Beat from the steps of the temple, simultaneously attacking them with many Gemini Lasers. Mega Man is eventually able to decipher which one is the real one, allowing the two to battle, with Mega Man coming out victorious.

If the player loses to Gemini Man, however, he will finish off Mega Man with one final shot from his Gemini Laser, and laughs triumphantly upon doing so- making him one of the few Robot Masters who the player cannot continue against if they lose, another being Shadow Man.

After the battle, Gemini Man is critically damaged, and tells Mega Man that if what he said about Doctor Wily's plan is true, then Wily himself is in danger as well and must be saved. He warns Mega Man that the door at the top of the temple is booby-trapped, and explains that the door in the middle of the temple is the real entrance, just before collapsing. He is later revived by Wily and Ra Moon, but is disabled again after Ra Moon's betrayal.

Other appearances

Gemini Man in Capcom World 2.


Mega Man & Bass CD data

Gemini Man CD data card

Rockman Complete Works data


Mega Man Legacy Collection text: His weapon is the Gemini Laser, which reacts according to the enemies' intentions. Watch his movements carefully before attacking.

Rockman Battle & Fighters data

  • Power Battle: ホログラフそうちをつかってあたかもぶんしんしたようにこうげきをしかけてくる。れいせいだが、はでずきなところがある。とくしゅぶきはジェミニレーザーじゃ。
  • Power Fighters: PBにもとうじょうしたジェミニマンはロックマン3からとうじょう。とくしゅぶきのジェミニレーザーはもともとはワシのはっけんした「はんのうそし」をかそくかさせたレーザーじゃ。あいてのしこうにはんのうするため、しこうをもたないぶっしつにあたるとはんしゃするせいのうがあるのじゃ。


  • Power Battle: He uses a holographic device to attack as if he has several alter egos. He is calm, but has a tendency to be flamboyant. His special weapon is Gemini Laser.
  • Power Fighters: Gemini Man, who also appeared in PB, first appeared in Rockman 3. His special weapon, the Gemini Laser, was originally a laser that accelerated a reaction element that I discovered. Because Gemini Laser reacts to the thoughts of the opponent, it has the ability to reflect when it hits non-thinking objects.

Stage enemies

Gemini Man's stage in Mega Man III.

Enemies in Gemini Man's stage in Mega Man 3.

Enemies in Gemini Man's stage in the Game Boy Mega Man III.

Damage data chart

Amount of damage in units that Gemini Man receives from each Special Weapon in Mega Man 3.

Mega Man 3
Mega Buster Needle Cannon Magnet Missile Gemini Laser Hard Knuckle Top Spin Search Snake Spark Shock Shadow Blade
1 1 2 4 2 2 5 1 2

Other media

Gemini Man in the Mega Man cartoon show.

Mega Man (Ruby-Spears)

Gemini Man appeared in the episode Cold Steel of the Mega Man animated series, where he, Spark Man and Gyro Man are disguised as rock stars from a band called "Cold Steel" that hypnotizes humans with their music. Gemini Man appears having a nose and does not clone himself. Instead, he uses his Gemini Laser. He is voiced by Tony Sampson.

Mega Man Megamix

Gemini Man appears in the manga Mega Man Megamix and Mega Man Gigamix.

Mega Man (Archie Comics)

Rockman World 3

After defeating Snake Man, Mega Man goes underground and fights against Gemini Man, defeating him with Search Snake.

Rockman: Yomigaeru Blues

Gemini Man has brief appearances as a member of the Wily Patrol.

Rockman 4Koma Dai Koushin

Gemini Man appears in some of the shorts.







  • Gemini Man was the first Mega Man boss to be named after something astrological, in this case a constellation.
    • This may also be the reason why the initial part of his stage resembles an alien world.
  • Gemini Man and Hard Man are the only two robot masters from Mega Man 3 to not have a Mega Man Battle Network NetNavi counterpart.
  • In Gemini Man's NES mugshot, his eyes are red, whereas his official artwork depicts him with green eye.
  • Gemini Man, along with Freeze Man, Crash Man, and Skull Man, does not attack the player when the player does nothing upon entering the boss room. The battle will start when the player either shoots or jumps.
  • Gemini Man's name is a reference to the Zodiac sign the Gemini, the twins.
  • There is a boss in Rockman Strategy named Gemini, but the two robots are unrelated.
  • Gemini Man's stage had Saturns in the background at some point in Mega Man 3's development; they were ultimately replaced with stars.[1]