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{{Nihongo|'''Genmurei Kai'''|幻夢零・改||Phantasm Zero: Revision}} is a different version of Genmurei used by [[Zero Nightmare]] in ''[[Mega Man X6]]''. Nightmare Zero releases one giant crescent wave from his saber, with varying speed. Depending of his level, Zero Nightmare can release two or more waves during the attack, one at a time. Unlike the original, this move seems to be weaker, as it is possible it was "revised" for more "practical" uses unlike the original (and is more easier to avoid), though it is still somewhat lethal.
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{{Nihongo|'''Genmurei Kai'''|幻夢零・改||Phantasm Zero: Revision}} is a different version of Genmurei used by [[Zero Nightmare]] in ''[[Mega Man X6]]''. Nightmare Zero releases one giant crescent wave from his saber, with varying speed. Depending on his level, Zero Nightmare can release two or more waves during the attack, one at a time. This move seems to be weaker than the original, and it is possible it was "revised" for more "practical" uses compared to original (and is easier to avoid), though it is still somewhat lethal.
   
However, this is mainly due to how incomplete the structure of the Zero Nightmare is in comparison to the original. Thus, this attack like with several of the Nightmare's other moves are slow in startup and are quite delayed; the Genmurei Kai being no exception in comparison to his other projectiles, as they all vary in travel speed at a random rate, causing some unpredictability.
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However, this is mainly due to how incomplete the structure of the Zero Nightmare is in comparison to the original. Thus, this attack, like several of the Nightmare's other moves, is slow in startup and is quite delayed; the Genmurei Kai being no exception in comparison to his other projectiles, as they all vary in travel speed at a random rate, causing some unpredictability.
 
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Revision as of 01:58, October 28, 2014

Genmurei (幻夢零 "Phantasm Zero") is the attack Zero uses in his awakened state when X fights against him in Mega Man X5. If the battle against Awakened Zero continues for a long period (around 2 minutes), Awakened Zero will become invulnerable and launch two giant crescent waves from his Z-Saber repeatedly, which cover the entire area in front of him and can kill X instantly, making it impossible for X to win the battle after he starts using it, even if X manages to repeatedly use invincible attacks such as the Nova Strike just to stay alive due to the fact Zero will keep spamming the attack, making it an impossible battle.

In Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, Zero can use Genmurei (translated as Genmu Zero in the game menu) without being awakened, but only one powerful non-lethal wave is shot out instead, yelling "Ittouryoudan: Genmu Zero" (一刀両断・幻夢零 "Cutting in Two with a Single Stroke: Phantasm Zero") when using the attack (the kanji for zero can be read as rei, zero in Mandarin or just zero with a Japanese accent, thus there is no difference). It is also colored yellow instead of green. Ittou Ryoudan is the art of splitting someone in half in one stroke, thus proving the prowess of this one hit-killing attack. It is also one of the only Hyper Combos that does 1 hit.

In Project X Zone, one of X's and Zero's strongest combined attack has Zero using Genmurei and X using Hadouken at the same time.

Genmurei Kai

Genmurei Kai (幻夢零・改 Phantasm Zero: Revision) is a different version of Genmurei used by Zero Nightmare in Mega Man X6. Nightmare Zero releases one giant crescent wave from his saber, with varying speed. Depending on his level, Zero Nightmare can release two or more waves during the attack, one at a time. This move seems to be weaker than the original, and it is possible it was "revised" for more "practical" uses compared to original (and is easier to avoid), though it is still somewhat lethal.

However, this is mainly due to how incomplete the structure of the Zero Nightmare is in comparison to the original. Thus, this attack, like several of the Nightmare's other moves, is slow in startup and is quite delayed; the Genmurei Kai being no exception in comparison to his other projectiles, as they all vary in travel speed at a random rate, causing some unpredictability.

Trivia

  • When using the Genmurei in MvC3, Zero can be seen glowing with a faint purple aura, referencing his awakened state.

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