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This PET has a sleeker design than the original PET. It is squarish with rounded edges, has an extendable handle in the left side, and a Battle Chip slot in the right side. It features a retractable cord for the operator to jack-in the PET and send the NetNavi to the cyberworld. Most of the PETs seen in the series are a light-blue color, but some characters have uniquely-colored PETs.
In the games
In the anime
This PET appears in the original 56-episodes of the MegaMan NT Warrior anime series.
In the manga
Lan obtains the Plug-in PET after his original PET is crushed in volume four of the MegaMan NT Warrior manga.
Electronic toy versions of the Plug-in PET have been distributed to the Japanese market in two colors, and various toy Battle Chips are also distributed for use on the PETs. The PETs often simulate housing a virtual NetNavi that can battle with fictional computer viruses or other NetNavis, similar to digital pets.
- On page 172 of the Mega Man Battle Network Official Complete Works, Yūji Ishihara reveals that this PET was designed by Bandai.
|Terminals in the Mega Man Battle Network and Mega Man Star Force series|
|PET (original) • Plug-in PET • Advanced PET • Progress PET • Link PET_EX • Transer • Star Carrier • Hunter-VG|
|Battle Chip Gate • Progress Chip Gate • Beast Link Gate • Wave Scanner • Battle Chip • Battle Card • Jack in • NetNavi • Wizard|