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MegaMan NT Warrior Axess, known as Rockman.EXE Axess (ロックマンエグゼ AXESS(アクセス) Rokkuman Eguze Akusesu) in Japan, is the second season in the MegaMan NT Warrior anime series. It borrows story elements from Mega Man Battle Network 3 and 4 and uses NetNavis from Mega Man Network Transmission, but has its own original story. It was followed by Rockman.EXE Stream, where the series was never dubbed in English from there on.

Plot

Japanese Axess logo.

Taking place a few months after MegaMan NT Warrior, Lan Hikari, MegaMan, and the rest of their friends battle against Dr. Regal and the mysterious Nebula organization, in addition to combating the threat of the Dark Chips as well as ShadeMan and his Darkloids, all while SciLab attempts to find a way to create Cross Fusion. They are initially unsuccessful until they manage to capture a dimensional area converter from Nebula, and Lan and MegaMan at first are the only ones who can Cross Fuse, though later Chaud Blaze and ProtoMan gain the ability to Cross Fuse as well and through this, Lan and Chaud, alongside their respective NetNavis fight the Darkloids in both the cyber world and the real world. MegaMan also gains the ability to use Double Soul, which lets MegaMan combine with another Navi in unison and gaining their powers in the process.

ShadeMan and the Darkloids serve are the primary antagonists for the first half of Axess, with Dr. Regal and Nebula acting behind the scenes, ultimately leading up to the latter becoming the main antagonists for the second half of Axess after betraying and disposing of ShadeMan while taking full control of the Darkloids in the process. After Dr. Regal's defeat and Nebula's destruction at the end of the season, both Bass and Ms. Yuri allude to a looming threat from outer space, setting the stage and background for Stream.

Characters

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Main Cast

Minor and Supporting Characters

Antagonists

Darkloids

Nebula

Other antagonists

List of episodes

In the English dub, certain episodes were omitted, aired out of date and/or censored. Please note on this wiki, all pages follow the Japanese episode order, numbering and content while the English dub changes are noted in the articles.

Japanese Ep. # Dub Ep. # Title Original air date Dub air date
1 1 Cross Fusion! October 4, 2003 November 22, 2004
2 2 NetCity No More! October 11, 2003 March 1, 2005
3 3 Bubble Trouble! October 18, 2003 March 2, 2005
4 4 DoubleSoul! October 25, 2003 March 3, 2005
5 5 Metal Hot Spring! Ow It's Hot! November 1, 2003 March 4, 2005
6 6 A Dangerous Bowling Game! November 8, 2003 March 7, 2005
7 7 The CyberGarden of Doom! November 15, 2003 March 8, 2005
8 8 Friendship in the Mirror November 22, 2003 March 9, 2005
9 9 Dex Returns! November 29, 2003 March 10, 2005
10 10 Threat of the DarkChips! December 6, 2003 March 14, 2005
11 11 The Unsafe Safe! December 13, 2003 March 15, 2005
12 12 Code of Conduct December 20, 2003 April 11, 2005
13 13 CrossFusion for All! December 27, 2003 April 18, 2005
14 14 The Purloined Princess! January 4, 2004 March 17, 2005
15 15 The Incredible Guts! January 17, 2004 April 25, 2005
16 16 It's All How You Look at It! January 24, 2004 June 6, 2005
17 17 SavageMan Returns! January 31, 2004 May 2, 2005
18 18 The Man from Sharo February 7, 2004 May 9, 2005
19 19 SearchSoul! February 14, 2004 May 19, 2005
20 20 Dark Secret February 21, 2004 May 3, 2005
21 21 ShadeMan's Ambition February 28, 2004 May 30, 2005
22 22 BubbleMan's Plan March 6, 2004 September 10, 2005
23 23 The Super Power of Shiver March 13, 2004 June 13, 2005
24 24 Magma Battle March 20, 2004 June 18, 2005
25 25 VideoMan Returns! March 27, 2004 June 25, 2005
26 26 Anetta's Revenge April 3, 2004 July 2, 2005
27 27 Nebula's Secret Base April 10, 2004 July 9, 2005
28 28 Wavering Heart April 17, 2004 July 16, 2005
29 29 Chaud VS ProtoMan April 24, 2004 July 23, 2005
30 29.5 SpoutMan's New Hero! May 1, 2004 Canada-only
31 30 Space Junk! May 8, 2004 July 30, 2005
32 31 Commander Beef Returns! May 15, 2004 September 3, 2005
33 32 The BattleChip Gate May 22, 2004 August 6, 2005
34 33 Wanted: PrismMan May 29, 2004 August 13, 2005
35 34 Nebula's Great Invasion! June 5, 2004 August 20, 2005
36 35 The New PET June 12, 2004 August 27, 2005
37 36 Mysterious Masked Navi June 19, 2004 November 28, 2005
38 N/A Flying to Shīsā Island June 26, 2004 Not aired
39 N/A Go to Hell by Train?! July 3, 2004 Not aired
40 37 Underground Hero July 10, 2004 November 29, 2005
41 38 Allegro July 17, 2004 November 30, 2005
42 N/A Meiru's First Date July 24, 2004 Not aired
43 N/A Top and Grandchild July 31, 2004 Not aired
44 39 MistMan's Tower August 7, 2004 December 1, 2005
45 N/A Rush Runs Away August 14, 2004 Not aired
46 40 The Great NetPolice Battle! August 21, 2004 December 2, 2005
47 41 Get Dr. Regal! August 28, 2004 December 5, 2005
48 42 Ms. Yuri's Mission September 4, 2004 December 6, 2005
49 43 ProtoMan Returns September 11, 2004 December 7, 2005
50 44 Dark VS Dark September 18, 2004 December 8, 2005
51 45 Dr. Regal’s Rampage September 25, 2004 December 9, 2005

Music

  • Opening Theme: "二つの未来 (Futatsu no Mirai; Two Futures)" by Michihiro Kuroda
  • Ending Theme: "光とどく場所 (Hikari Todoku Basho; The Place Where Light Reaches)" by Netto and Rockman (Kumiko Higa & Akiko Kimura)

NT Warrior English Dub

NT Warrior Axess dub logo.

The MegaMan NT Warrior Axess English dub was done by VIZ Media and produced at Ocean Studios. Many of the cast from the original came back for this season. The dub still suffers many of the notorious traits from the last season's dub. Kids WB aired a sneak peek of the dub (the complete first episode) on November 22, 2004 but the rest did not air until the following year.

The series aired similarly to the first season: sporadically and out-of-order, running from February 28 through September 10, 2005, before abruptly disappearing after 35 episodes, ending on episode 22 (aired out of order). The series returned three months later, airing another ten episodes (having skipped six episodes throughout its run) and concluding the season at 45 episodes.

DVD release

Despite having been dubbed to completion, MegaMan NT Warrior Axess did not receive any home media releases in any territories, though the Japanese version was released in Japan in 17 volumes of 2-3 episodes each between 2004 and 2005.

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