The newsvan is always faster than the teleporter!
Weather Research Center, huh? It's either WeatherMan or ElementMan that's behind the attack. Since WeatherMan in a character I made up, I'm gonna go with ElementMan.
I agree it must be elementman
but you have to break the sound barrier to outrun the satellite teleportation over a significant distance...is the news van some kind of rocket car?
OH GOD!! If I see that Roll sprite ever again I'm going to puke.
OMG IT'S WHEATHERFORECASTMAN!
he tells you the actual weather and what's it for the next three days
@Ciber: Suck it up, if Ryan wants to use that one again, then he's gonna.
Anyway, I hated Elementman. He was friggin' hard! Also, it's interesting that you're using the Navis from the Battle Network series for the maverick Robot Masters now. Then again, I guess it's easier than making new ones from scratch. I wonder how much longer until Bass comes in using his EXE form, if at all?
elementman was dificult you couln't use barriors no element cross the good thing is that he changes elements so that you can use elemental chips too exploit his weekness anti-element is an excellent chip to use. not to mention the elemental PAs if you use them when he is in one of his elements hit does the PAs usual damage and an extra double Ex: firehit3 on wood elementman= well I'm not sure but its alot!
I think that circusman and bass were the hardest
Of COURSE Bass was the hardest! He was ALWAYS the toughest boss in all the EXE games. Not to mention the chip you get for beating him is a GIGA chip, which should give you an idea of his power.
okay, i get Bass was strong in the exe games, but what the hell is a giga chip? and no, I have not played the exe games for more than 10 mins without giving up on them (I prefer the classic Rockman).
Rockman EXE 5 Protoman was good. I always got stuck in DrillComp 4...
A Gigachip is the absolute most powerful type of chip in the EXE games. From EXE3 onwards, you only get 5 gigachips, and you can't trade them between games. I personally prefer the Zero series. Even though I've never been able to get an S rank, and have had to re-do a stage several times, the MMZ games were still fun.