|For his video game counterpart, see Fyrefox.|
Nenji Rokushakudama (六尺玉 燃次 Rokushakudama Nenji) is a character in the Rockman.EXE anime series, debuting in Stream. He is a pyrotechnician at a fireworks factory and was the operator of Nenjiro.EXE before he deleted himself to stop an out of control fireworks launcher. He later gets custody of Asteroid NapalmMan.EXE, who shares his passion of explosions. Despite the two getting into heated arguments often, they share a strong bond.
He appears in episode 19.
He appears in episode 30.
He appears in episode 37.
He appears in episode 45.
He appears in episode 46.
He appears in episode 48.
He appears in episode 50.
He appears in the season finale
He appears in episode 23.
He appears in episode 25.
Nenji appears in the series finale having finished a new firework when Cache turns the world into cached data. He is restored with the rest of the world when Netto and Rockman defeat Cache. Netto + Rockman
List of appearances
- In episode 44 of Stream, Nenji is paired with Dingo when the group decides to investigate the haunted mansion. This is a reference to the fact that Nenji and Dingo are counterparts of each other in Mega Man Battle Network 5. Nenji is recruited to Team ProtoMan while Dingo is recruited to Team Colonel after they attempt to steal the Booster Program of a cruise ship in their respective games.
- Nenji ironically calls Zoano NapalMan.EXE “fake Nenjiro”, when his Navi, Asteroid NapalmMan, is himself a copy of the original Earth Navi.
- In Battle Network 5, Fyrefox is a brash, irresponsible man who attempts to steal the booster system of an ocean cruise ship to make a spectacular firework, and challenges Lan Hikari to get it back. In the anime, he is the opposite, and is a kindhearted, responsible, and down-to-earth person who willing helps Asteroid NapalmMan even after finding out who he was.
- Fyrefox - His video game counterpart.
- NapalmMan.EXE - His NetNavi's counterpart.
- MoltanicMan.EXE (anime) - His Navi’s Earth counterpart.
- Zoano NapalmMan.EXE - His Navi’s Zoanoroid counterpart.