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ワシのひとがたしさくロボット1ごうきでロックマンはしらないがロックマンのあににあたる。こどくをあいし、みずからのしんねんにもとづいてこうどうする。
 
   
 
==Appearance==
 
==Appearance==
Proto Man appears somewhat identical to his younger brother, Mega Man, having a similar frame and build although the differences are immediate. Proto Man wears vibrant red armor that sharply contrasts that of Mega Man's blue shades as well as having a dark gray body suit. He wears a stylized helmet that features a distinct white trim that points upward. Along with his trademark flowing yellow scar and thick black shades makes Proto Man fit the mysterious dashing lone wolf archetype quite well. Like Mega Man, Proto Man has been seen without his helmet, showing him to be identical to Mega Man, albeit, his hair having inconsistent depictions within and outside of canon. In Mega Man 3 and the Rockman Complete Works version of Mega Man 5, Proto Man is depicted with short hair. However, in Mega Man 8, his hair is longer, featuring a distinct, long fringe that stretches forward and curves slightly upward, and in the Megamix manga, he is given the exact same hairstyle as Mega Man.
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Proto Man appears somewhat identical to his younger brother, Mega Man, having a similar frame and build although the differences are immediate. Proto Man wears vibrant red armor that sharply contrasts that of Mega Man's blue shades as well as having a dark gray body suit. He wears a stylized helmet that features a distinct white trim that points upward. Along with his trademark flowing yellow scarf and thick black shades makes Proto Man fit the mysterious dashing lone wolf archetype quite well. Like Mega Man, Proto Man has been seen without his helmet, showing him to be identical to Mega Man, albeit, his hair having inconsistent depictions within and outside of canon. In Mega Man 3 and the Rockman Complete Works version of Mega Man 5, Proto Man is depicted with short hair. However, in Mega Man 8, his hair is longer, featuring a distinct, long fringe that stretches forward and curves slightly upward, and in the Megamix manga, he is given the exact same hairstyle as Mega Man.
   
 
==Power & Abilities==
 
==Power & Abilities==
   
*'''Proto Buster''': (ブルースバスター) Proto Man is able to transform his hand into a blaster. He can also charge energy to make the shot stronger.
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*'''Proto Buster''': (ブルースバスター) Proto Man is able to transform his hand into a buster. He can also charge energy like Mega Man to make the shot stronger.
   
 
*'''[[Proto Shield]]''': (ブルースシールド) A strong shield that can deflect most attacks, he also dashes while holding it, using it as a battering ram.
 
*'''[[Proto Shield]]''': (ブルースシールド) A strong shield that can deflect most attacks, he also dashes while holding it, using it as a battering ram.
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===Mega Man===
 
===Mega Man===
 
[[File:Cartoonprotoman.jpg|thumb|Proto Man in the cartoon show]]
 
[[File:Cartoonprotoman.jpg|thumb|Proto Man in the cartoon show]]
In the American [[Mega Man (cartoon)|Mega Man]] TV show from Ruby-Spears, Proto Man works for Dr. Wily, and has an intense rivalry with his "brother" Mega Man, wanting to be the one to defeat him as he continually turns down joing Wily and working alongside him, sometimes even ruining Wily's plans to make sure he will be the one to get him. In the cartoon, Proto Man has the appearance of a teenager instead of a kid, and he doesn't have the Proto Shield. Proto Man's main weapon is a plasma cannon in his left arm. Like the games, he is able to get weapons from other robots, but he only used this ability once in the first episode to fight against Mega Man with the [[Super Arm]]. He considers Roll his sister aswell, but although Mega Man agrees they are brothers and has admitted to wanting a relationship with him, were Protoman not "evil", Roll does not consider him her brother.
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In the American [[Mega Man (cartoon)|Mega Man]] TV show from Ruby-Spears, Proto Man works for Dr. Wily, and has an intense rivalry with his "brother" Mega Man, wanting to be the one to defeat him as he continually turns down joing Wily and working alongside him, sometimes even ruining Wily's plans to make sure he will be the one to get him. In the cartoon, Proto Man has the appearance of a teenager instead of a kid, and he doesn't have the Proto Shield. Proto Man's main weapon is a plasma cannon in his left arm. Like the games, he is able to get weapons from other robots, but he only used this ability once in the first episode to fight against Mega Man with the [[Super Arm]]. He considers Roll his sister as well, but although Mega Man agrees they are brothers and has admitted to wanting a relationship with him, Roll belives that he is "evil" and does not consider him her brother.
   
 
===Mega Man Megamix===
 
===Mega Man Megamix===

Revision as of 22:37, September 27, 2010

"I live as I wish. That is all. My life is none of your business."
―Proto Man, Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters
"Robots are machines that follow orders. I'm a robot that doesn't, so what does that make me? "
―Proto Man, Mega Man Powered Up
"It's always been on my mind...what it means to be born with weapons in our hands. I haven't found the answer yet, but with the powers you've given me, I will crush your villainy."
―Proto Man, Mega Man Powered Up

Proto Man, known as Blues (ブルース Burūsu) in Japan, is the first Robot Master created by Dr. Light and is considered the "brother" to Mega Man and Roll. He first appeared in Mega Man 3 training him to see if he could beat Wily, aiding Mega Man in his fight against evil.

Origin

Proto Man was intended to become the first humanoid robot capable of independent thought and reasoning.

Being a prototype robot, Proto Man's design was not complete. It was later discovered by Dr. Light that Proto Man had a dangerous imbalance in his energy core that would eventually kill him. However, being created too independent, not having another of his kind to interact with and severely troubled by his incomplete status, Proto Man had begun growing distrust for the good doctor. Fearing Light would change his character, Proto Man refused to have Dr. Light meddle with his systems and went missing.

Dr. Light had presumed Proto Man to have died and regrettably gave up on him. Learning from his mistakes, he perfected the energy core and created sibling units Rock and Roll. Proto Man's design became the basis of the Sniper Joe series of robots. In Mega Man Powered Up, it is revealed that Proto Man despises the Sniper Joe series due to this.

Knowing the time of his demise, Proto Man wandered the world alone. Before his energy reactor was completely depleted, he was found by the exiled scientist Dr. Wily. Dr. Wily managed to temporarily repair Proto Man by altering his energy core from a solar to a nuclear one, as well as making other modifications, turning him into a combat robot. He also gave Proto Man his now-trademark visor in an attempt to hide his identity from Dr. Light.[1] Presumably, working on Proto Man's systems gave Wily greater knowledge in creating robots, helping his plans for world domination along.

Indebted to Wily, Proto Man served him under the alias of Break Man.[Citation needed] He did this until his encounters with Mega Man in Mega Man 3 made him realize the true nature of Dr. Wily. Proto Man turned on Dr. Wily, aiding Mega Man but refusing help from Dr. Light, still holding onto his feelings of distrust.

Proto Man's signature whistle is a staple of the character and almost always plays before his appearance.

Mega Man Powered Up

Although Proto Man has no involvement in the story, he is a unlockable playable character that is unlocked after beating all mission modes, or downloading him. He uses his Proto Shield to block attacks like Mega Man in Mega Man 7. His shield can also be knocked off by enemies, although it can fall off in extreme circumstances. All Proto Man has to do is pick it back up. In this game, he has advanced jumping and mobility, but cannot slide, copy weapons or charge his buster like in other games. However, instead of the Proto Buster, he has a new skill - Proto Strike, which is virtually the same as Mega Man's charge shot and can be shot rapidly.

Mega Man 3

Proto Man fights Mega Man in Magnet Man's, Hard Man's and Shadow Man's stages, as well as appearing in Gemini Man's stage. After the defeat of the Doc Robot(s), Proto Man will fight Mega Man one last time disguised as Break Man. After Mega Man defeats Dr. Wily, Proto Man saves Mega Man and brings him back to Dr. Light's lab.

In the version of Mega Man 3 that was featured in Mega Man: Anniversary Collection and Rockman Complete Works, Proto Man plays the role of Mega Man's navigator.

Mega Man 4

Proto Man rescues the kidnapped Kalinka and brings her to Mega Man and her father, Dr. Cossack, after Mega Man defeats him, to let her tell Mega Man that her father was forced to build the eight Robot Masters for Dr. Wily.

Mega Man 5

Proto Man was framed for a robot attack and kidnapping Dr. Light. Mega Man later finds out that Dr. Wily created a robot called Dark Man to impersonate Proto Man. Proto Man appears to reveal the deception and later helps Mega Man near the end of the game by helping lift the roof of Dr. Wily's castle when Mega Man saved Dr. Light.

Mega Man 6

Proto Man appears in Tomahawk Man's stage to give him the Energy Balancer upgrade. With it, when Mega Man collects weapons energy with the Mega Buster equipped, it restores the weapon with the least energy in it.

Mega Man 7

Proto Man appears in Cloud Man and Turbo Man's stage, giving him hints to certain secrets. After Mega Man visits him in those areas, he will appear in Shade Man's stage hidden in the wall behind the Sniper Joe 01 after the mini-boss VAN Pookin. He will challenge Mega Man to a fight and if he takes enough damage, he will give his Proto Shield.

Mega Man 8

After Mega Man's battle with Duo, Proto Man tells him that Dr. Wily's new fortress, called "Wily Tower," lies just ahead. Then, after Wily's defeat and Mega Man's rescue at the hands of Duo, Mega Man returns to the area near the wreckage of Wily Tower to find Proto Man standing on a tree. Proto Man tells him that Duo left to return to space but had a message for him - "Thank you."

Mega Man & Bass

Proto Man appears in the intro stage, trying to shoot King, but is sliced in half, Mega Man shows concern and tells him to go to Dr Light for repairs, whilst Bass ignores him and claims he's the most powerful robot.

He reappears in the 3rd Castle Stage and uses his Big Bang Blast to destroy King's shield but he falls unconscious because he used nearly all of his power on that attack. King promptly teleports Proto Man out of the castle so that he can be repaired. He then appears in Bass's ending to destroy the data for King Mk II that Wily made.

Mega Man 9

He appears after Mega Man defeats Wily and warns him about Wily's trap. Mega Man says he can't risk it not being a trap. So he disappeared, but he soon returns to save the unconscious Mega Man from being crushed by the collapsing fortress.

He is also available as a downloadable playable character for 200 Wii points/160 Microsoft points/ $1.99. He plays the same as Mega Man except he can Slide and charge his Arm Cannon, receives twice damage from attacks and goes back twice as much when hit. He can only fire two shots at a time, as opposed to Mega Man's three. He can deflect bullets with his Proto Shield while jumping, and instead of Rush, he has the Proto Coil and Proto Jet, which somewhat resemble the transport items from Mega Man 2.

He has no story cutscenes, and he cannot use the shop.

Mega Man 10

Proto Man is a playable character from the start of the game, with all of his features from Mega Man 9. However, Proto Man can now use a store, even though there are less items in it, and the remaining items cost more (for example, an E-Tank costs 40 screws instead of 30 screws). He aids Mega Man to help find the parts for a vaccine-making device to fight the Roboenza virus, which causes robots to overheat and go crazy. In the middle of Wily Castle, he is infected with the virus and collapses. However, Mega Man had a prototype cure with him that Dr. Light had built earlier in the game, and the two were able to go on and defeat Wily.

Other games

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Proto Man in Super Adventure Rockman

In Super Adventure Rockman, Proto Man assists Mega Man. Depending of the path taken by the player, he defeats either Bubble Man or Heat Man offscreen in episode 1. In episode 2, he saves Mega Man from Sniper Joes, dropping his shield while doing it, which can be found and used by the player after the scene. If the player choose to not fight against Wood Man or lose to him, Proto Man will rescue Mega Man and says he has to fight will all his strength against Wily's robots. After the fight against Crash Man, Mega Man reaches a area monitored by several robots, having the choice to proceed now as there is no time to lose, or wait to get dark to pass unnoticed. If the player choose to continue, Proto Man appears and says Mega Man should be cautious and wait to get dark, going to the scene where he chooses to get dark. In episode 3, Proto Man saves Mega Man from Spark Man if he is defeated, and appears with Light's other robots in the ending.

Proto Man has minor appearances in some of the Game Boy games, where he gives recovery items to Mega Man. He is a playable character in the games Mega Man's Soccer, Mega Man: The Power Battle, Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters, and Mega Man: Battle & Chase.

Proto Man has a cameo appearance in Capcom World 2, and appears as a card in Wily and Right's RockBoard: That's Paradise and the three games from the SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters series.

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Mega Man: Battle and Chase

RedStriker

Red Striker

  • Vehicle: Red Striker
  • Body: Shield Body ("Mach Shield Body" in Japan)
  • Engine: L-Blow Engine (Last Blow Engine)
  • Wing: Hi-Speed Wing
  • Tire: Sharp Tire ("Sharp Steer Tire" in Japan)


Mega Man & Bass CD data

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A proto-type robot that Dr. Light created. He appears out of nowhere to help Megaman.
"Let me tell you something..."
Good point: Good whistler
Bad point: Keeping contact
Like: Solitary travel
Dislike: Interviews



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