|For her video game counterpart, see Sal. For her Beyondard counterpart from Rockman.EXE Beast, see Saroma (Beyondard).|
Sal, known as Saroma (サロマ) in Japan, is a character in the MegaMan NT Warrior anime series. The owner of a flower shop in DenTech City that Lan Hikari and his friends often visited, she is secretly a Net Agent alongside Miyu and Maysa under the disguise of Black Rose (黒バラ仮面 Kuro Bara Kamen, "Black Rose Mask" in Japan). She is the NetOp of WoodMan.EXE.
She is a prominent character throughout first season, helping stop the World Three and Grave and participating in the N1 Grand Prix, but begins to travel the world with Maysa and Miyu stopping crime worldwide afterward, only appearing twice in Axess before disappearing altogether.
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Soft spoken and shy, she gets flustered in many situations, such as when Maylu and Yai ask if Dave is her childhood love, when she was seen dressing up as Aki, and when she was asked (forced) to be the announcer of a NetBattle tournament competing for Ms Mari’s love, though in that case once the competition started she quickly became energetic and loud.
She debuts in episode 2.
She appears in episode 7.
She appears in episode 9.
She appears in episode 10.
She appears in episode 11.
She appears in episode 12.
She appears in episode 13.
She appears in episode 14.
She appears in episode 32.
She appears in episode 39. This is her last episode.
List of appearances
- Though Sal and Speedy Dave have no relation in the video games, even appearing in different games than each other, they are childhood friends in the anime.
- Several times when Sal, disguised as Black Rose, takes off the wrap on her head, her eyes are a pale gray. However, they usually change back to green in the next scene where she is shown.
- Sal, Miyu, and Masa being partnered up in the anime is a reference to the fact that they are all optional side bosses with no impact on the story in the original Mega Man Battle Network.
- In the first Battle Network, Sal runs a boxed lunch stand rather than a flower shop like she does in the anime.
- Saroma (Beyondard) - Her counterpart from Beyondard.
- WoodMan.EXE (Beyondard) - Her counterpart’s NetNavi from Beyondard.
- Sal - Her video game counterpart.
- WoodMan.EXE - Her Navi's video game counterpart.