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Spreader, known as Spread Gun (スプレッドガン Supureddo Gan) in Japan, is a Battle Chip present in all games from the Mega Man Battle Network series. This chip, alongside a set of similar Battle Chips, act as an enhancement to the NetNavi's buster for one shot, spreading damage to adjacent panels.
- 1 Battle Chips
- 2 Program Advances
- 3 Battle Chips by game
- 3.1 Mega Man Battle Network
- 3.2 Mega Man Battle Network 2
- 3.3 Mega Man Battle Network 3
- 3.4 Mega Man Battle Network 4
- 3.5 Mega Man Battle Network 5
- 3.6 Mega Man Battle Network 6
- 3.7 Mega Man Network Transmission
- 3.8 Mega Man Battle Chip Challenge
- 3.9 Rockman.EXE 4.5 Real Operation
- 3.10 Advanced PET
- 3.11 Link PET_EX
- 4 Gallery
- 5 See also
Shotgun (ショットガン Shottogan, ShotGun in one game), known as Blaster in the English dub of the anime MegaMan NT Warrior, that appears if the first three Mega Man Battle Network games. It is a Battle Chip that fires a projectile straight forward and hits both the target and the square behind it. In the anime, it fires several projectiles from the buster.
- See Bubble Spread for the Bubbler chip in the first game.
Bubbler, known as Bubble Shot (バブルショット) in Japan, is a stronger, Aqua element version of Shotgun that can be obtained from Shrimpy.
Heat Shot (ヒートショット Hīto Shotto) is a stronger, Fire element version of Shotgun that can be obtained from Spikey.
V-Gun (ブイガン Bui Gan) spreads in the two diagonal squares behind the target.
Bubble-V (バブルブイ Baburu Bui) is a stronger, Aqua element version of V-Gun.
Heat-V (ヒートブイ Hīto Bui) is a stronger, Fire element version of V-Gun.
Side Gun (サイドガン Saido Gan) is a Battle Chip that only appeared in Mega Man Battle Network 3. Its shot spreads in the panels to the side of the target.
Bubble Side (バブルサイド Baburu Saido) is a stronger, Aqua element version of Side Gun.
Heat Side (ヒートサイド Hīto Saido) is a stronger, Fire element version of Side Gun.
Cross Gun (クロスガン Kurosu Gan) spreads in four diagonal squares, forming a cross.
Bubble Cross (バブルクロス Baburu Kurosu) is a stronger, Aqua element version of Cross Gun.
Heat Cross (ヒートクロス Hīto Kurosu) is a stronger, Fire element version of Cross Gun.
Spreader, known as Spread Gun (スプレッドガン Supureddo Gan) in Japan, is a Battle Chip that hits all panels around the target.
In Mega Man Battle Network 6 Spreader appears as three Battle Chips with different attack power.
Heat Spread (ヒートスプレッド Hīto Supureddo), named Heater in the English version of the first Mega Man Battle Network game, is a Fire element version of Spreader, dropped by the Buffy virus.
3-Way (3ウエイ 3 Uei) is a Battle Chip from Mega Man Network Transmission. Instead of a single shot splitting after hitting the target, it fires buster shots in three directions.
Powered Cannon is formed by combining Shotgun, CrossGun, Spreader, and Mega Cannon in K code, and only appears in the first Mega Man Battle Network. MegaMan summons a massive cannon that explodes a 3x3 area for 200 damage on a successful hit.
Hyper Burst, shortened to H-Burst, is formed by combining Spreader chips in three consecutive codes. It functions like a Spreader, but it explodes multiple times in place (even if the target moves), alternating between a X-shape and a +-shape. In the first four games, this does 5 hits of 100; in Mega Man Battle Network 5, it's 6 hits of 50, and in Mega Man Battle Network 6 it's 10 hits of 60. In the sixth game, all three Spreader chips form the same Program Advance.
Mega-Burst, shortened to M-Burst and known as Mega Death Burst (メガデスバースト) in Japan, is an upgraded version of H-Burst in the first two games. It uses all five codes of Spreader and hits 10 times instead of 5.
Bubble Spread, and its Fire-element counterpart Heat Spread, are found in Mega Man Battle Network 3 and 4. They are identical to the Battle Chips of the same name from the first two games, except that they deal 300 damage. In both games, they are formed by combining the lesser chips of their kind (Bubbler/Bub-V/BublSide and HeatShot/Heat-V/HeatSide, respectively), either as a single type of chip in three consecutive chip codes or by combining one of each chip in the same code.
Battle Chips by game
Mega Man Battle Network
Mega Man Battle Network 2
Mega Man Battle Network 3
Mega Man Battle Network 4
Mega Man Battle Network 5
|Standard Chip 8||Spreader||Creates a large explosion||30||None||C,D,E,*||10 MB||**|
Mega Man Battle Network 6
Mega Man Network Transmission
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Mega Man Battle Chip Challenge
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Rockman.EXE 4.5 Real Operation
|018||Spread Gun (Spreader)|
|019||Heat Shot (HeatShot)|
|021||Heat Side (HeatSide)|
|022||Bubble Shot (Bubbler)|
|009||Spread Gun 1|
|010||Spread Gun 2|
|011||Spread Gun 3|
|Mega Man Battle Network Battle Chips|
|Types of Battle Chips|
Standard Chips • Mega Chips • Giga Chips • Dark Chips
Air Spin • Anti Chips • Anubis • Barrier • Bomb • Cannon • Evil Chips • Hammer • Muramasa • Navi Chips • Punch • Recovery • Rock Cube • Summon Chips • Spreader • Sword • Vulcan
|List of Battle Chips by Game|
|Mega Man Battle Network • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6|
Network Transmission • Battle Chip Challenge • 4.5 • Phantom of Network • Legend of Network
|List of Toy Battle Chips|
|Battle Chip Gate • Navi Data Chip|
List of Advanced PET Battle Chips • List of Progress PET Battle Chips • List of Link PET EX Battle Chips
|List of Battle Chip commands • Program Advance • List of MegaMan NT Warrior Battle Chips|