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The Plug-in PET (プラグインペット Puragu-in Petto) is a PET model introduced in MegaMan Battle Network 3, and used until the end of the original Rockman.exe anime series. It was used to combat the WWW and Gospel organizations. It was also used to compete in the N1 Grand Prix

Description

The second known iteration of the Personal Terminal is a device with a large screen.  This is the last PET to use a retractable cord to Jack-in the PET and send the NetNavi to the cyberworld. On the left is a handle that can be extended.  Three buttons along the bottom are used to operate the device. It has an extendable handle in the left side, and Battle Chips can be inserted through a slot on the right. If two chips are inserted, the PET will eject the first through a slot in the back. Most PETs are light blue but owners can have a color of their choice.

In the games

This PET appeared in Mega Man Battle Network 3, Mega Man Network Transmission, Mega Man Battle Chip Challenge, and Rockman.EXE WS.

In the anime

This PET appears in the original 56-episodes of the MegaMan NT Warrior anime series. It was used to combat the WWW and Gospel organizations. It was also used to compete in the N1 Grand Prix.

In the manga

Lan obtains this PET after his original was crushed by a scaffolding in volume 4 of the MegaMan NT Warrior manga. The police commissioner installs a lock on this PET to stop Lan from Jacking-In after Hub Style MegaMan rampaged in the cyberworld. It is replaced by the Advanced PET in Volume 7.

Toys

An electronic toy version of the PET was made by Bandai, with the release of the Rockman.EXE anime in Japan. The PETs housed a virtual NetNavi that can battle with fictional computer viruses or other NetNavis, similar to digital pets. Three variations of the PET were made, a blue and red version based on Rockman and Blues, and a limited transparent version. Each come with the PET itself and eight Battle Chips along with an adapter for Jacking-In. With the release of Rockman.EXE Axess the toys were discontinued, making them difficult to find now.


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