Oh, i forgot. Well, we should say Metal blade for hatcjhes...goes off to fix that.
I don't know the exact origin of Light's phrase (「未来の歯医者さん」 "Mirai no haisha san"), but it's mentioned in some sites, including Metal Man's page from The Mega Man Network and the Rockman 2 page from the Japanese Wikipedia. I guess it's from one of the Rockman books released in Japan, most likely from Rockman & Rockman X Big Picture Book, Rockman & Rockman X Secret Big Encyclopedia, Rockman Memories, or Rockman Perfect Memories. --Quick 16:18, April 15, 2010 (UTC)
- We'll add the MM Network as the source, it seems credible enough. If something more from-Capcom-ish (lol) comes up, we'll use that. Zalbaag 19:19, April 15, 2010 (UTC)
"His lightweight design also grants him high agility, but because of a design flaw, Metal Man is vulnerable to Mega Man's Mega Buster."
Um, what? Buster shots do 1 damage to him in every game he's in (excluding normal mode on the NES version, where all of Mega Man's weapons do double damage).
- The above is not true. Metal Man takes three points of damage from the Mega Buster in MM2, last I checked. It's the reason why I, personally, always start with him. Dudeman42 (talk) 21:49, February 15, 2016 (UTC)