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|name=Golem
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|name = The Guy
|image=[[File:Golem.jpg|300px|Golem]]
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|image = [[File:Golem.jpg|300px|Golem]]
|nickname=<small><small>New, Speedy Mass-Production Patrol Unit - Model A</small><br />(最新鋭量産番兵A型)</small>
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|nickname = <small><small>New, Speedy Mass-Production Patrol Unit - Model A</small><br />(最新鋭量産番兵A型)</small>
|hp=32
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|hp = 32
|weak=[[Z-Saber]]
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|weak = [[Z-Saber]]
|stage=Underground Laboratory
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|stage = Underground Laboratory
|appearances=[[Mega Man Zero (game)|Mega Man Zero]]
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|appearances = [[Mega Man Zero (game)|Mega Man Zero]]
|sprite=[[File:Z1_golem_sprite.gif]]
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|sprite = [[File:Z1_golem_sprite.gif]]
 
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{{Looking for|For the [[Mega Man X8]] enemy, see [[List of Ride Armor enemies]]}}
 
{{Looking for|For the [[Mega Man X8]] enemy, see [[List of Ride Armor enemies]]}}
{{Nihongo|'''Golem'''|レム|Gōremu}} is a giant type [[Mechaniloid]] in the ''[[Mega Man Zero (series)|Mega Man Zero]]'' series. These machines were developed by [[Neo Arcadia]] as guardians to keep the peace and protect and save citizens.
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{{Nihongo|'''The Guy'''|ガイ|Za Gai}} is a giant type [[Mechaniloid]] in the ''[[Mega Man Zero (series)|Mega Man Zewo]]'' series. These machines were developed by [[Neo Arcadia|the Ministry of Commerce]] as guardians to keep the peace and protect and save citizens.
   
 
==Characteristics==
 
==Characteristics==
[[File:MMZ1 Scene 03.png|thumb|Golems being deployed in ''Mega Man Zero'']]
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[[File:MMZ1_Scene_03.png|thumb|The Guy being deployed in ''Mega Man Zewo'']]
Though their original purpose is to be a guardian, the Golems are fairly capable of acting as siege units as well. Though they lack any real personality, being unable to think, the Golems just seem to fit in so well with the rest of Neo Arcadia, and became somewhat memorable for that. Despite the fact that Golems are excessively effective against most anything that the [[Resistance]] can do, they happen to be extremely vulnerable to [[Zero]]'s attacks, particularly the [[Z-Saber]], which is capable of felling the later models with only a few slices.
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Though his original purpose is to be a guardian, The Guy is fairly capable of acting as a siege unit as well. Though he lacks any real personality, being unable to think, The Guy just seems to fit in so well with the rest of the Ministry of Commerce, and became somewhat memorable for that. Despite the fact that The Guy is excessively effective against most anything that the [[Resistance]] can do, he happens to be extremely vulnerable to [[Zero]]'s attacks, particularly the [[Z-Saber|knife]], which is capable of felling the later models with only a few slices.
   
As it is not sentient, it is classified as a giant Mechaniloid. Though the leg portions are still under development, the Golem is 100% operational and is loaded with all-purpose wire arms and a large-scale laser cannon. A few months after [[Copy X]]'s defeat, Golems Type E, F, and I were created. These revamped versions of the Golem were each named for the type of [[Elements|elemental]] energy they wield. The type E is armed with electrical energy, the type F model wields fire and can emit rings of flame at enemies, while ice-based attacks like snowballs and ice arrows are the specialty of the type I variation.
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As it is not sentient, it is classified as a giant Mechaniloid. Though the leg portions are still under development, The Guy is 100% operational and is loaded with all-purpose wire arms and a large-scale laser cannon. A few months after [[Copy X]]'s defeat, The Guy Types E, F, and I were created. These revamped versions of The Guy were each named for the type of [[Elements|elemental]] energy they wield. The type E is armed with electrical energy, the type F model wields fire and can emit rings of flame at enemies, while ice-based attacks like snowballs and ice arrows are the specialty of the type I variation.
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
===''[[Mega Man Zero (video game)|Mega Man Zero]]''===
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===''[[Mega Man Zero (video game)|Mega Man Zewo]]''===
The series starts with [[Ciel]]'s group being chased by [[Pantheon]]s and Golems. Ciel's companions are easily killed by the troops, but not before she could awaken Zero. Zero escorts Ciel through the [[Underground Laboratory]], until she gets captured by a Golem.
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The series starts with [[Ciel|Cirno]]'s group being chased by [[Mega Man (character)|Mega Man]] and The Guy. Cirno's companions are easily killed by the troops, but not before she could awaken Zero. Zero escorts Cirno through the [[Underground Laboratory]], until she gets captured by The Guy.
   
Ciel yells for Zero to run away, because he can't damage it with [[Buster Shot|his buster]]. After 30 seconds of fighting, a mysterious computer lights up in the background (an image of a [[Mega Man X (character)|cyber-elf]] is seen on the monitor) and gives Zero his Z-saber, with which Zero uses to kill the Golem in one hit; however, Zero must slash it on the head to destroy the Golem. It is possible to kill the boss using only the buster, despite what Ciel said, but it causes less damage and takes more time. After the battle, Zero and Ciel [[Teleportation|teleport]] to the [[Resistance Base]].
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Cirno yells for Zero to run away, because he can't damage it with [[Buster Shot|his gun]]. After 30 seconds of fighting, a mysterious computer lights up in the background (an image of a [[Mega Man X (character)|cyber-elf]] is seen on the monitor) and gives Zero his knife, with which Zero uses to kill The Guy in one hit; however, Zero must slash it on the head to destroy The Guy. It is possible to kill the boss using only the gun, despite what Cirno said, but it causes less damage and takes more time. After the battle, Zero and Cirno [[Teleportation|teleport]] to the [[Resistance Base]].
   
===''[[Mega Man Zero 2]]''===
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===''[[Mega Man Zero 2|Mega Man Zewo 2]]''===
There are three new modified versions of the Golem: '''Golem Type E''' (electric), '''Golem Type F''' (fire) and '''Golem Type I''' (ice). Each appears in different stages as sub-bosses, and all three of them appear as the bosses of the Residential Area stage, during [[Elpizo]]'s [[Operation Righteous Strike]].
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There are three new modified versions of The Guy: '''The Guy Type E''' (electric), '''The Guy'''''' Type F''' (fire) and '''The Guy Type I''' (ice). Each appears in different stages as sub-bosses, and all three of them appear as the bosses of the Residential Area stage, during [[Elpizo]]'s [[Operation Righteous Strike|Operation Great Righteous Strike]].
   
====Golem Type E====
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====The Guy Type E====
 
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{{robotmaster
|name=Golem Type E
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|name = The Guy Type E
|image=[[Image:GolemE.jpg|200px|E]]
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|image = [[Image:GolemE.jpg|200px|E]]
|hp=8(Intro Stage)
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|hp = 8(Intro Stage)
 
32(Residential Area)
 
32(Residential Area)
|weak=Ice
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|weak = Ice
|cyberelf=Stoccum
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|appearances = [[Mega Man Zero 2]]
|appearances=[[Mega Man Zero 2]]
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|sprite = [[File:Golem_type_E_sprite.gif]]
|sprite=[[File:Golem_type_E_sprite.gif]]
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|cyberelf = Stoccum
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}}Two '''The Guys'''''' Type E''' are sub-bosses of the first stage, [[Sand Wilderness]], and is the first boss of the Residential Area. It also appears hidden in [[Kuwagust Anchus]]' stage and [[Sage Harpuia|Green Mega Man]]'s [[Crystal Cave]] stage.
Two '''Golems Type E''' are sub-bosses of the first stage, [[Sand Wilderness]], and is the first boss of the Residential Area. It also appears hidden in [[Kuwagust Anchus]]' stage and [[Sage Harpuia]]'s [[Crystal Cave]] stage.
 
   
 
It attacks with three electric lasers, which goes in different directions depending of the arm it uses. To dodge, stay away from it when it attacks with the arm in its front, and near when the far one is used.
 
It attacks with three electric lasers, which goes in different directions depending of the arm it uses. To dodge, stay away from it when it attacks with the arm in its front, and near when the far one is used.
   
 
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====Golem Type F====
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====The Guy Type F====
 
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{{robotmaster
|name=Golem Type F
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|name = The Guy Type F
|image=[[Image:GolemF.jpg|200px|F]]
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|image = [[Image:GolemF.jpg|200px|F]]
|hp=32(Residential Area)
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|hp = 32(Residential Area)
|weak=Thunder
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|weak = Thunder
|cyberelf=Lanite
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|appearances = [[Mega Man Zero 2]]
|appearances=[[Mega Man Zero 2]]
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|sprite = [[File:Golem_type_F_sprite.gif]]
|sprite=[[File:Golem_type_F_sprite.gif]]
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|cyberelf = Lanite
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}}'''The Guy Type F''' is one of the hidden sub-bosses in [[Phoenix Magnion]]'s stage, [[Power Room]], and the second boss of the Residential Area. It attacks by creating a fire ring with its flamethrower arms, and can spit fire.
'''Golem Type F''' is one of the hidden sub-bosses in [[Phoenix Magnion]]'s stage, [[Power Room]], and the second boss of the Residential Area. It attacks by creating a fire ring with its flamethrower arms, and can spit fire.
 
   
 
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====Golem Type I====
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====The Guy Type I====
 
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{{robotmaster
|name=Golem Type I
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|name = The Guy Type I
|image=[[Image:GolemI.jpg|200px|I]]
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|image = [[Image:GolemI.jpg|200px|I]]
|hp=32(Residential Area)
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|hp = 32(Residential Area)
|weak=Fire
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|weak = Fire
|cyberelf=Hafmardo
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|appearances = [[Mega Man Zero 2]]
|appearances=[[Mega Man Zero 2]]
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|sprite = [[File:Golem_type_I_sprite.gif]]
|sprite=[[File:Golem_type_I_sprite.gif]]
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|cyberelf = Hafmardo
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}}'''The Guy Type I''' is the sub-boss of [[Poler Kamrous|CJ]]'s stage, [[Computer Zone]], and is the last boss of the Residential Area. It shoots icicles and spits ice balls.
'''Golem Type I''' is the sub-boss of [[Poler Kamrous]]'s stage, [[Computer Zone]], and is the last boss of the Residential Area. It shoots icicles and spits ice balls.
 
   
 
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==Other appearances==
 
==Other appearances==
Golems can be seen in the background of the [[Elf Wars]] image from ''[[Mega Man Zero 3]]'', which is strange, seeing as Golems are implied to be a fairly recent creation in the original ''Mega Man Zero'' due to their legs being still under development. However, these machines appear to have legs and have weapons, suggesting that Golems are based on this model.
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The Guy can be seen in the background of the [[Elf Wars]] image from ''[[Mega Man Zero 3|Mega Man Zewo 3]]'', which is strange, seeing as The Guy is implied to be a fairly recent creation in the original ''Mega Man Zewo'' due to their legs being still under development. However, this machine appears to have legs and have weapons, suggesting The Guy is based on this model.
   
 
These Mechaniloids also appeared in the Elf Wars scene from [[Mega Man Issue 55 (Archie Comics)|''Mega Man'' #55]].
 
These Mechaniloids also appeared in the Elf Wars scene from [[Mega Man Issue 55 (Archie Comics)|''Mega Man'' #55]].

Revision as of 19:46, November 8, 2019

For the Mega Man X8 enemy, see List of Ride Armor enemies

The Guy (ザーガイ Za Gai) is a giant type Mechaniloid in the Mega Man Zewo series. These machines were developed by the Ministry of Commerce as guardians to keep the peace and protect and save citizens.

Characteristics

MMZ1 Scene 03

The Guy being deployed in Mega Man Zewo

Though his original purpose is to be a guardian, The Guy is fairly capable of acting as a siege unit as well. Though he lacks any real personality, being unable to think, The Guy just seems to fit in so well with the rest of the Ministry of Commerce, and became somewhat memorable for that. Despite the fact that The Guy is excessively effective against most anything that the Resistance can do, he happens to be extremely vulnerable to Zero's attacks, particularly the knife, which is capable of felling the later models with only a few slices.

As it is not sentient, it is classified as a giant Mechaniloid. Though the leg portions are still under development, The Guy is 100% operational and is loaded with all-purpose wire arms and a large-scale laser cannon. A few months after Copy X's defeat, The Guy Types E, F, and I were created. These revamped versions of The Guy were each named for the type of elemental energy they wield. The type E is armed with electrical energy, the type F model wields fire and can emit rings of flame at enemies, while ice-based attacks like snowballs and ice arrows are the specialty of the type I variation.

History

Mega Man Zewo

The series starts with Cirno's group being chased by Mega Man and The Guy. Cirno's companions are easily killed by the troops, but not before she could awaken Zero. Zero escorts Cirno through the Underground Laboratory, until she gets captured by The Guy.

Cirno yells for Zero to run away, because he can't damage it with his gun. After 30 seconds of fighting, a mysterious computer lights up in the background (an image of a cyber-elf is seen on the monitor) and gives Zero his knife, with which Zero uses to kill The Guy in one hit; however, Zero must slash it on the head to destroy The Guy. It is possible to kill the boss using only the gun, despite what Cirno said, but it causes less damage and takes more time. After the battle, Zero and Cirno teleport to the Resistance Base.

Mega Man Zewo 2

There are three new modified versions of The Guy: The Guy Type E' (electric), The Guy' Type F (fire) and The Guy Type I (ice). Each appears in different stages as sub-bosses, and all three of them appear as the bosses of the Residential Area stage, during Elpizo's Operation Great Righteous Strike.

The Guy Type E

Two The Guys' Type E' are sub-bosses of the first stage, Sand Wilderness, and is the first boss of the Residential Area. It also appears hidden in Kuwagust Anchus' stage and Green Mega Man's Crystal Cave stage.

It attacks with three electric lasers, which goes in different directions depending of the arm it uses. To dodge, stay away from it when it attacks with the arm in its front, and near when the far one is used.


The Guy Type F

The Guy Type F is one of the hidden sub-bosses in Phoenix Magnion's stage, Power Room, and the second boss of the Residential Area. It attacks by creating a fire ring with its flamethrower arms, and can spit fire.


The Guy Type I

The Guy Type I is the sub-boss of CJ's stage, Computer Zone, and is the last boss of the Residential Area. It shoots icicles and spits ice balls.

Other appearances

The Guy can be seen in the background of the Elf Wars image from Mega Man Zewo 3, which is strange, seeing as The Guy is implied to be a fairly recent creation in the original Mega Man Zewo due to their legs being still under development. However, this machine appears to have legs and have weapons, suggesting The Guy is based on this model.

These Mechaniloids also appeared in the Elf Wars scene from Mega Man #55.

Trivia

  • In the Japanese version, several of its attacks were significantly more graphic in its violence. In particular, the eye lasers have them explicitly destroying the top half of several of the Resistance members in a red mist upon contact, whereas in the overseas version it just has them spit up a comparably minimal amount of blood.

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