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MegaMan: NT Warrior (TV Series 2001–2005) Poster

(2001–2005)

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In the American episodes of MegaMan: NT Warrior, there were some name changes that the NetNavis' original names had in the MegaMan: Battle Network games: They changed FireMan to TorchMan because of the firemen lost in 9/11. They changed BombMan to BlasterMan to hide the mentionings of bombs with bomb threats. They changed NapalmMan to MoltanicMan to hide references of napalms. BeastMan was renamed to SavageMan because "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" (both versions) and the "F-Zero" videogame series have their Beast Man.
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The cell phone PET design shown in the series was used as a promotion tool for the Rockman EXE 4 game.
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Many of the battle chip designs used were straight from Rockman EXE 3 and Rockman EXE 4.
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All of the villain navis featured in the series were from Rockman EXE 3 and Rockman EXE 4
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The Cross Fusion feature is anime-exclusive only until Capcom decides to use it in future Rockman EXE games.
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The Soul Unison feature Rockman uses is also another way to promote Rockman EXE 4.
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The TV show is based on the popular GameBoy Advance games, "MegaMan Battle Network 1 & 2". Many of the characters that appear in the show are also in the video game. However, minor changes have taken place (Maylu is simply Mayl in the game)
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Many of the battlechips used in the show have the art lifted straight from the concept art for "MegaMan Battle Network 2".
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The PET device used in the Rockman EXE 1 and Rockman EXE 2 games had a fold-out keyboard, but the Rockman EXE 3 game had the PET designed to look like the anime design.
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There were a few elements used from Rockman EXE 3 such as an appearance of the N1 Grand Prix, Rockman's Bug Style, and Drillman's brief appearance.
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In America, Rockman.exe Axess was called MegaMan: NT Warrior AXESS as this show's Season 3 title.
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The name Lan for the American version is derived from the computer term LAN meaning Local Area Network.
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Many names were changed in the translation from Japanese to English:
  • Netto=Lan
  • Meiru=Maylu
  • Enzan=Chaud
  • Blues=ProtoMan
  • Dekao=Dex
  • Tohru=Tory
  • Miyuki=Miyu
  • Yaito=Yai
  • GabCom=AyanoTech
  • Saloma=Sal
  • Higure=Higsby
  • Mariko-sensei=Ms. Mari
  • Midoikawa Kero=Ribbitta
  • Meijin=Mr. Famous
  • Daisuke=Dave
  • Aragoma=Tora
  • AquaMan=SpoutMan
  • Laika=Raika
  • WindMan=WindBlasterMan
  • JunkMan=JunkDataMan
  • Medi=Meddy
  • NapalmMan=MoltanicMan
  • KillerMan=EraseMan
  • Elec Hakushaku=Count Zap
  • Kenichi=Mr. Match
  • Madoi=Maddy
  • ColorMan=WackoMan
  • Mahajorama=Yahoot
  • BomberMan=BlasterMan
  • Forte=Bass
  • Shuryou=Kid Grave
  • SanukiMan=NoodleMan
  • Dream Virus=Life Virus
  • BeastMan=SavageMan
  • PlantMan=VineMan
  • Yuriko=Miss Yuri
  • ColdMan=FridgeMan
  • StarMan=NovaMan
  • YamatoMan=JapanMan
  • SwallowMan=LarkMan
  • Greiga=Gregar
  • Faltzer=Falzar
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Bass' voice actor, Matt Hill, also voices Tyler Bowman in Super Noobs.
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