Telly (テリー Terī) is a spinning security robot enemy that first appeared in Mega Man 2.
Types of Tellys
Telly is a security robot with camera eyes from Mega Man 2 that looks like a spinning can. They mostly appear in Crash Man's stage (in both Mega Man 2 and Mega Man II), Heat Man's stage, and the first and fourth Wily Castle stages. They especially appear near the platforms on tracks, where they can knock Mega Man off. Using the Leaf Shield on the track platforms will keep Mega Man safe.
Fire Telly (ファイアーテリー Faiā Terī) is a modified Telly that appeared in Mega Man 6. They are orange-colored Tellies with flame emitters attached to their undersides, which can ignite oil on the floors from Flame Man's stage.
In Mega Man 8 they appear in Grenade Man's stage, Frost Man's stage (mainly in the jet board section), and the first Wily Tower stage (again, the jet board section). They will drop several exploding bombs as they pass by.
Telly R (テリーＲ) is the original Telly with minor modifications. It appears in Mega Man 8 in Tengu Man and Sword Man's stages. It also appears in Mega Man & Bass and is found in Tengu Man's stage, Dynamo Man's stage and King Stage 1.
Electriri, known as Elec Telly (エレキテリー Ereki Terī) in Japan, is an electric Telly that appears in Mega Man 11 in Fuse Man's stage. Unlike most other Tellies, Electriri doesn't home in on Mega Man; instead it just slowly floats forward while constantly emitting an electric field around itself that damages on contact. Electriris usually appear in large numbers as a means to overwhelm their targets.
Telly Bomb (テリーボム Terī Bomu) is an explosive Telly from the Mega Man Zero series.
Enemies similar to the Tellies:
- Telly was named after the nickname of a Capcom employee.
- In the teaser trailer from the cancelled game Mega Man Universe, Telly could fire projectiles and close itself to defend from Buster shots, in a similar way to Diarn.
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