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Rockman EXE Beast logo

Rockman.EXE Beast (ロックマンエグゼビースト) is the fourth season of the Rockman.EXE anime series, taking place a few months after Rockman.EXE Stream. It features story elements and characters from Mega Man Battle Network 6, and follows Netto Hikari and Rockman.EXE as they battle the Cybeasts and their Zoanoroids. It aired between October 1, 2005 and April 1, 2006 for 25 episodes and was followed up by Rockman.EXE Beast+ the week after.

Plot

BubbleMan.EXE, who had been frozen by an Ice Seed by Colonel.EXE 20 years in the past, thaws to find a baby NetNavi, and a mysterious portal to a strange land with beast-like viruses. He flees when strange beings begin to approach him. A new story unfolds as the war between the Cybeasts Falzer and Glaga and their Zoanoroids rages on over the right to rule Earth and have custody of the "Synchronizer", Trill. Netto Hikari and Rockman.EXE are joined by their allies and several new friends from Beyondard and gain the power to "Beast Out" to end the war once and for all, but the power makes Rockman go berserk...

Characters

Main Cast

Supporting Cast

Antagonists

Zoanoroids

Falzer’s army

Glaga’s army

Other antagonists

Music

List of episodes

#TitleOriginal airdate
1Beyondard
(ビヨンダード, Biyondādo)
October 1, 2005
2Zoanoroid
(ゾアノロイド, Zoanoroido)
October 8, 2005
3Copyroid
(コピーロイド,Kopīroido)
October 15, 2005
4The Foghorn that Calls the Phantom
(鬼火を呼ぶ霧笛, Onibi o Yobu Muteki)
October 22, 2005
5Rampaging Display
(暴走ディスプレイ, Bōsō Disupurei)
October 29, 2005
6NetNavi Remodeling Scheme
(ネットナビ改造計画, Nettonabi Kaisō Keigaku)
November 5, 2005
7Capture Rockman!
(Rokkuman o Hokakuseyo!, ロックマンを捕獲せよ!)
November 12, 2005
8Green-Eyed Transfer Student
(みどりの瞳の転校生, Midori no Hitomi no Tenkōsei)
November 19, 2005
9Icy Heart
(氷の心, Kōri no Kokoro)
November 26, 2005
10Aiming for Trill
(狙われたトリル, Nerawareta Toriru)
December 3, 2005
11Ocean Bottom SOS
((海底SOS, Kaitei Esuōesu)
December 10, 2005
12Trill's Secret
(トリルの秘密, Toriru no Himitsu)
December 17, 2005
13Synchronizer
(シンクロナイザー, Shinkuronaizā)
December 24, 2005
14Beyondard 2
(ビヨンダード2, Biyondādo Tsu)
January 7, 2006
15The Railroad Kingdom
(鉄路の王国,Tetsuro no Ōkoku)
January 14, 2006
16Cooking is Love!
(料理は愛情!, Riōri wa Aijō)
January 21, 2006
17Futen Roshi
(風天老師, Fūten Rōshi)
January 28, 2006
18The Steel Rock
(鋼鉄の岩, Kōtetsu no Iwa)
February 4, 2006
19The Secret of the Lake, De A~ru
湖の秘密であ〜る, Mizūmi no Himitsu De A~ru)
February 11, 2006
20Dimensional Area Laboratory (episode)
(ディメンショナルエリア研究所, Dimenshonaru Eria Kenkiujō)
February 25, 2006
21Falzer Invasion!
(ファルザー襲来!, Fuaruzā Shiurai!)
March 4, 2006
22The Boy Called Death
(死神と呼ばれた少年, Shinigami to Yobareta Shōnen)
March 11, 2006
23Colonel's Rampage
(カーネル暴走, Kāneru Bōsō)
March 18, 2006
24Wily's Laboratory
(ワイリー研究所, Wairi Kenkiujō)
March 25, 2006
25Exceeding Light
(光を超えて, Hikari o Koete)
April 1, 2006

DVD releases

Trivia

  • In an American trailer for Mega Man Battle Network 6, it claims the games “tie in with ‘new MegaMan NT Warrior Beast’ TV series”, despite Stream, Beast, and Beast+ never being dubbed. It is unknown if there were plans scrapped to skip Stream and dub Beast, or if this is an error. [1]

External links

  1. https://twitter.com/Protodude/status/988505168080723969?s=20
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