Lan Hikari and his virtual buddy Megaman travel around Den Tech City stopping the evil forces of World Three.
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 Higsby / ... 48 episodes, 2004-2005
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 Maylu Sakurai 48 episodes, 2004-2005
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 BrightMan / ... 47 episodes, 2005
Paul Dobson ...
 Dr. Wily / ... 19 episodes, 2001
Alex Doduk ...
 Lan Hikari 17 episodes, 2001
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Lan Hikari and his virtual buddy Megaman travel around Den Tech City stopping the evil forces of World Three.

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MegaMan NT Warrior: Axess  »

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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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Quotes

MegaMan: Searchman. I wanna thank you for what you did.
SearchMan: That was only coincidental.
MegaMan: Well anyway, I appreciate it and I'm sorry that I called you heartless earlier.
SearchMan: No apology necessary. What is important is that the mission was accomplished, even if you DID get in the way.
MegaMan: Come on, Searchman, I'm trying to show my gratitude.
[turns away with his arms crossed.]
MegaMan: You don't have to give me such a hard time about it.
SearchMan: [smiles and pats Megaman on the shoulder as he walks away.] Okay.
MegaMan: Huh?
SearchMan: You're welcome.
[...]
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1 May 2005 | by See all my reviews

I think that this is a great anime not quite as good as shaman king etc but good none the less its based directly form the megaman battle network game series on the gameboy advance it shows the hero Lan over come obstacles among other things however thought based on the game unlike Sonic X which had dry ideas and was pathetic however Megaman NT Warrior is good you can tell its based on the game but the makers have taken initiative and changed it slightly and improved on something also it does fill in blanks about the game such as why Mr Match went from Torchman to Flameman in all I think it is a good anime and deserves looking into. I give it around 7/10 its so good it gets you into the games I'm playing them now and it helped with my name (Shadicman) but if your a fan of the game then 9/10


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