Types of Roader enemies
Mono Roader (モノローダー Mono Rōdā) is an enemy from Mega Man 4 and Mega Man IV that was originally used for street racing. They are able to shield their eyes and attack by spinning wildly. They are invincible when shielding. In Mega Man 4, Mono Roaders appear in the stages of Ring Man and Drill Man, and also Dr. Cossack stages 1 and 2 and Dr. Wily stage 2. In Mega Man IV, Mono Roaders appear in the stages of Ring Man and Crystal Man.
Hits data chart
Amount of shots/hits from Special Weapons it takes to destroy a Mono Roader.
|Mega Man 4|
|Mega Buster||Flash Stopper||Rain Flush||Drill Bomb||Pharaoh Shot||Ring Boomerang||Dust Crusher||Dive Missile||Skull Barrier||Wire|
Appearing in Mega Man 6, the Twin Roader (ツインローダー Tsuin Rōdā) is a lot like the Camon from Mega Man 5, only they have two wheels and the ability to turn around. They appear in the stages of Tomahawk Man, Knight Man, and Wind Man.
4 Roader (４ローダー 4 Rōdā), shortened to Roader outside Japan, is a four wheeled Roader from Mega Man: Battle & Chase. They are one of the three standard enemy racers in the game. An enhanced version named Black 4 Roader (ブラック４ローダー Burakku 4 Rōdā) appears as part of the Black Troop.
Sepa Roader (セパローダー Sepa Rōdā) is a Roader from Mega Man 10 that has a cannon on its head. If the Roader is destroyed first, the cannon will fly up and shoot. If the cannon is destroyed first, the Roader will move faster. They appear in Nitro Man's stage and Wily Castle 1, and Commando Man's stage on Hard Mode.
The first part of their name, Sepa (セパ), is taken from the word, separate (セパレート).
Crash Roader (クラッシュローダー Kurasshu Rōdā), also known as Crash Roadster and Rush Loader (ラッシュローダー Rasshu Rōdā), is a boar-like Mechaniloid that appears as an enemy in Mega Man X2, Mega Man Xtreme 2, Mega Man X7, Mega Man X: Command Mission, and Mega Man X DiVE.
- The Turbo Roader, among a few other enemies, would have appeared in Mega Man: The Power Battle, but they were removed before game release. This is probably an unfinished concept for bosses having aid of small enemies, which was used in Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters. It would probably have supported Turbo Man.
- An enemy in the Mega Man Star Force series, HotRoader, is essentially the series variant. However, the Roader is visually a pun on "speed demon", and is out of the usual model for Roaders.
- Ride Boarski may have been inspired by the Crash Roaders.
- A similar enemy, also called a Roader, appears in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
|Mega Man IV|
|Bright Man • Toad Man • Pharaoh Man • Ring Man |
Stone Man • Charge Man • Napalm Man • Crystal Man
|"Satellite Cannon" • Ballade • "Bridge" • Hunter • Wily Robo Iron Golem • "Wily Capsule"|
|Mega Man's Special Weapons|
|Flash Stopper • Rain Flush • Pharaoh Shot • Ring Boomerang|
Power Stone • Charge Kick • Napalm Bomb • Crystal Eye • Ballade Cracker
|Mega Man's support items|
|Rush Coil • Rush Jet • Beat|
|Damage Data Chart • Enemies • Script • Wily Station • Wily Battleship|
|Mega Man V|
|Mercury • Venus • Mars • Jupiter • Saturn • Uranus • Pluto • Neptune|
|Dark Moon • Terra • Skull Blazer • Enker • Quint • Punk • Ballade • L. Knuckle and R. Knuckle • Brain Crusher • Sunstar|
|Mega Man's Special Weapons|
|Grab Buster • Bubble Bomb • Photon Missile • Electric Shock • Black Hole • Deep Digger • Break Dash • Salt Water • Spark Chaser|
|Mega Man's Support Items|
|Rush Coil • Rush Jet • Tango|
|List of enemies|
|Alabell • Armaroid • Baby Flies • Birdy • Bikky Bomb • Biree Spark • Biribaree • Boostun • Byouz • Cannon Roader|
Chainsoar • Chunco • Doncatch • Elecit • Fankurow • Feeber • Fooley • Fukuhorn • G.S.Q • Handoo • Hell Metall DX
Kamapot • La Jaba • Malmet • Metall Sniper • Monkikki • Nibul • Ou-Ou • Palm Hopper • Parocket • Pikashu
Piriparee • Shaboan • Shuhorn • Sibul • Soshi Breaker • Swim Ball • Tamp • Wandering Head
|- Mid-bosses -|
|Gundrill • Hyoey • T. Khamen • Tyhorn|
|Damage data chart • Script|