He appears as a boss that is guarding the path to the Life Virus. Created by Dr. Light and Dr. Wily, Top Man was used to search other planets for Energy Elements like the ones needed to build Gamma. His Wave Burner is a short-ranged flamethrower. In the past, he was rescued from a plane crash by Duo, who selected him as a probe to monitor life on Earth, and adopted by Wily. Yuichiro's father, Dr. Tadashi Hikari, is considered to be the founder of the computer networking system within the Battle Network series. Mr. X reprogrammed Knight Man to serve him. He repaired the prototype for Mega Man, "Proto Man", and in Mega Man 7 used what he learned during the process to create his answer to Light's work, Bass. In a similar fashion, Dr. Cain unintentionally betrayed humanity to doom and destruction for generations to come in his creation of Reploids. Layer is also a secret unlockable character in the game, and has gameplay similar to Zero's. However, near the end of the game, he reveals that he is behind the spread of "Dark Chips."  He is thwarted by Lan and MegaMan, who use "Full Synchro" to badly damage him. Ian James Corlett (Captain N)Jim Byrnes (cartoon, Upon a Star)Jack Evans (MM8)Randall Wiebe (X8, MHX, MMPU)Michael Mislove (Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite)Garry Chalk (Fully Charged)Doug Stone (MM11). (Boss Gospel is renamed Kid Grave, and the organization and creature are both renamed Grave and Grave Virus Beast respectively in the English anime.) Studios) characters, https://megaman.fandom.com/wiki/Doctor_Thomas_Light_(Mega_Man:_Fully_Charged)?oldid=341218, Dr Light's VA, Garry Chalk, previously voiced. His Gravity Hold can manipulate the gravity of anyone. Dr. Doppler is depicted as a Reploid researcher who supposedly discovered a cure for Maverick Reploids, and even founded a city, Dopple Town, in honor of it. Roll was MegaMan's sister in the original series, while in Battle Network she is a close friend and later romantic interest of MegaMan. She is also a playable character in Mega Man Powered Up, where she uses a broom as a default weapon with her skill, the Roll Swing, which she uses to swing a close range weapon that deals a large amount of damage. GreenMan.EXE was defeated by GutsMan.EXE in 30 seconds. Trivia. In the anime, he appears every once in a while as a background character, and enjoys watching action-themed programming on television. Roll was supposed to be playable in Mega Man 2 with a "Roll Buster", but there wasn't enough space on the cartridge. His Plant Barrier creates a barrier that takes the form of spotted flower petals. He, along with Ms. Yuri, collaborate with the Darkloids to wreak havok on Cyberworld. She first appears very briefly during the ending of the very first game of the series. CosmoMan.EXE – An asteroid-themed Navi who holds control over part of End City's network. There, Bass is confronted in his gravestone in the Undernet and numerous times afterwards. However, despite his relatively late introduction, it is implied that Auto has been around for some time. Created by Dr. Wily, Air Man has his face built into his torso and can use the propeller in his torso to do wind attacks. When the supposedly cured reploids began causing riots in Dopple Town, the Maverick Hunters held Doppler accountable. However, near the end of the game, he reveals that he is behind the spread of "Dark Chips." After deleting ShadeMan once and for all, the now-Cross Fused Dr. Regal moves to destroy SciLab. After X and Zero defeats him, Doppler reveals that he was corrupted by the viral form of Sigma, who ordered him to create a new body for him. LaserMan is deleted in the resulting battle, and MegaMan manages to avert the crisis. Junk Man was created by Dr. Wily to help him search for spare parts for his robots. X himself is a playable character in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite and Puzzle Fighter. Acid Man is a chemist robot created by Mecha-Chuchets Institute of Robology and was given a mad scientist personality when he was captured and reprogrammed by Dr. Wily. In the anime, he has a secret identity as Commander Beef (ビーフ司令. He acts as a strong father figure for his robots and treats them as though they were his children.