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For the virus/program from the Battle Network series the character is based on, see Rush (program). For the canine companion of the original MegaMan, see Rush. For his Archie Comics appearance, see Rush (Archie Comics). For his appearance in Mega Man: Fully Charged, see Rush (Mega Man: Fully Charged).

Rush is a program created by Dr. Hikari and given to Maylu Sakurai during the last episode of the first season of MegaMan NT Warrior. Similar to his counterparts in other MegaMan series, Rush is a dog-like companion to the main character and Roll. Though Rush only speaks in barks, most characters are able to understand him clearly.

Personality

Rush is a very indulgent for program, and loves to eat large amounts of food, spends lots time at hot springs and taking bathes, and watches TV and sports often. Before being caught red-handed by Lan, Rush would often make the excuse that being exposed to water would cause him to short out of the real world, excusing him of having to many takes that Lan ended up doing himself, until he connected the dots and realized that Rush often indulged in hot springs and bathes without any repercussions. Despite his generally lazy behavior, Rush does have a sense of justice to him and makes an effort to do what’s right, often reporting suspicious activity he has seen to Lan or summoning other viruses to aid MegaMan and the others in battle.

While playing a few important roles within the series, Rush serves mostly as comedic effect, and is often paired with Chisao Oyama as the series progresses.

History

MegaMan NT Warrior

Rush first appears in episode 25.

He appears in episode 33.

He appears in episode 41.

He appears in episode 44.

He appears in episode 45.

He appears in episode 46.

He appears in episode 47.

He appears in episode 48.

He appears in episode 49.

He appears in episode 50.

He appears in the season finale.

MegaMan NT Warrior Axess

He appears in episode 1.

He appears in episode 2.

He appears in episode 4.

He appears in episode 5.

He appears in episode 8.

He appears in episode 13.

He appears in episode 14.

He appears in episode 15.

He appears in episode 16.


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Rockman.EXE Stream

He appears in episode 27 and 28.

He appears in episode 38.

He appears in episode 44.

Rockman.EXE Beast

He appears in episode 6.


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