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    -Mega Man 2- (Nintendo Entertainment System version)
    "The Complete Handbook to Mega Man 2"
    By: Colin Moriarty
    E-mail: cmoriarty311@cs.com | AOL IM: CMoriarty311
    Version FINAL (released on Wednesday, June 14, 2001)
    PLEASE NOTE: This document was created using Microsoft Word with a 7" width, and is 
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    experience this problem, you probably have your screen settings on 640x480 pixels 
    or less, which is rare but hey, it could be you. Sorry about whatever problems this 
    may cause.
    IGN.com is now allowed to host all of my FAQs. Although the disclaimer says only 
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    Table of Contents:
    I.)	Introduction to "The Complete Handbook to Mega Man 2"
    II.)	Versions, Various Notes, Et Cetera
    III.)	Storyline/Plot
    IV.)	Characters
    V.)	*Walkthrough*
    VI.)    Ending
    VII.)	Items
    VIII.)	Weapons and "Items"
    IX.)    Damage Chart
    X.)	Special Thanks, About the Author and Closing Notes
    XI.)	Disclaimer
    Welcome to "The Complete Handbook to Mega Man 2" written by me, Colin
    Moriarty. Within you'll find information to help you beat this game and
    even more information to help you enjoy yourself as you play.
    This guide, as of June 14, 2001, was written over a year ago, but I felt
    the need to make this the final version of the guide as I change a few things,
    edit a few things, and whatnot. I'm busy writing new guides, and this guide has
    been as complete as possible for over a year now, so I'm just going to close
    You're still more than welcome to send your Mega Man related questions (or any
    question you might have for any videogame I've written a guide for, for that
    matter), to me via e-mail at cmoriarty311@cs.com, but no more suggestions
    for the guide, and I reiterate - you CANNOT have this guide on your site (only
    GameFAQs is authorized), so please don't ask. Onward.
    [The HTML version of this walkthrough can no longer be found on protoman.com.
    Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.]
    *Versions of this guide:
    *Version 1.0 - Initial Release (January 04, 2000)
    *Version 1.5 - Second Release (January 06, 2000)
    - I updated and completely finished the Robot Master profiles with the right
    and accurate calculations.
    - I put up the damage charts for both the "Normal" and "Difficult" modes.
    - This will -probably- be the final update of this guide, as there is nothing
    else to really be done on it. Of course, if I happen to find something new, you
    can bet that I'll be updating this guide ASAP in that case! =)
    *Version 2.0 - Third Release (February 01, 2000)
    - Okay, so I lied! Actually, I just updated the guide because I recently got
    rid of AOL, and I had to update my e-mail address, and AIM screen name. So if
    you want to e-mail me, my new e-mail address is quickman311@neo-tokyo.org and
    my new SN for AIM is QuickMan311.
    *Version 2.5 - Fourth Release (February 24, 2001)
    -Alright guys, this is it. I've edited a few things, changed my e-mail address
    (it is now quickman311@neo-tokyo.org), updated a few things here and there, and
    made it clear that this guide is to only be found on GameFAQs, and if it's
    found anywhere else, let me know. If it's found on Gamewinners, let it go, I
    gave Al permission to use it a long time ago, so I won't be mad at him for
    that, that isn't his fault I suddenly changed my policy.
    *Version FINAL - Fifth and FINAL Release (June 14, 2001)
    - I took the liberty of adding an "ending" section to the guide, so that people, 
    aware that it is a spoilers section, can read about the ending and see the closing 
    credits as well, basically just for reference purposes. Also, I added the "main 
    screen" information (the basic game copyright information) for reference as well, 
    and it can be found below, right in Section III. Additionally, I added an "About 
    The Author" segment to Section X, if you're so obliged to check it out, please be 
    my guest.
    - This guide is now considered "closed and final" which means that it will no
    longer ever be updated. Your still welcome (and encouraged) to send questions
    regarding this game (or any other game I've written a walkthrough for) my way
    at cmoriarty311@cs.com, and if you want to chat about games, my AOL
    screen name (instant messenger only) is CMoriarty311. I no longer use mIRC (at
    EsperNet) or ICQ. Thanks for supporting the guide.
    Various Notes:
    Well, welcome to my guide for Mega Man 2. This game is a classic game for the
    Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) released in 1989 by Capcom. Mega Man 2 is
    one of the first games on ANY platform to support a password function, and it
    also had a difficulty setting, two pioneering elements of almost all videogames
    today. It features intuitive design, a stage select screen (where you can
    choose the order in which to beat the various stages of the game), and great
    character and enemy design as well. This game is a great challenge, and I hope
    my guide helps you in your quest to complete the game in its entirety, the
    quest of gamers everywhere.
    * SECTION III: Storyline/Plot *
    Mega Man 2 is my personal favorite Mega Man game, for any system. I believe it
    to have the coolest Robot Masters, and the funnest gameplay. It's not the
    longest or hardest Mega Man game by any means (even on the Difficult mode), but
    it's fun never the less.
    Anyway, the story goes like this... straight from the beginning of the game, I
    might add!
    "In the year 200X, a super robot named Mega Man was created. Dr. Light created
    Mega Man to stop the evil desires of Dr. Wily. However, after his defeat, Dr.
    Wily created eight of his own robot to counter Mega Man..."
    ----> [What appears on the screen when you turn the game on]
                        PRESS START
    [on the righthand side of the screen is a sidescrapper with Mega Man on top of it.]
    That pretty much sums it up. Dr. Wily is bitter because of his prior defeat in
    Mega Man I, so instead of stealing pre-made robots, as all six of the robot
    masters in the first Mega Man game were Dr. Light's creations, he creates eight
    of his own, which are much stronger then the original six. Onward...
    (You'll notice that some of these are identical to the "Boss Stats"
    found at protoman.com, and well... they are! But fear not, this is just
    because I wrote those "Boss Stats" at protoman.com and they are my
    property. So no, I am not plagiarizing in anyway, those are mine. And
    you can view them in HTML along with pictures of the characters etc. at
    www.protoman.com. Also, they are in no particular order... Mega Man comes
    first, but afterwards, the eight robot masters are in order of the
    suggested order to beat them in.)
    |  How to read the Character Profiles...                                       
    |                                                                             |
    |  Name: The Robots' Name                                                     |
    |  Number: His Number of Creation                                             |
    |  Weapon: His Primary Weapon                                                 |
    |  Height: The Robots' Height                                                 |
    |  Strength: How Strong the Robot Is                                          |
    |  Dexterity: How Well the Robot Uses His Weapon/Ability                      |
    |  Intelligence: How Intelligent the Robot Is/How Smartly He Attacks          |
    |  Agility: How Quick the Robot Is                                            |
    |  Stamina: How Able-Bodied the Robot Is                                      |
    |  Difficulty: How Difficult the Robot Is to Defeat In Battle                 |
    |  Overall: Strength + Dexterity + Intelligence + Agility + Stamina +         |
    |  Difficulty = The Total Number [divided by] 6                               |
    |  Scoring:              |
    |                        |
    |  99-90 = Excellent     |
    |  89-80 = Very Good     |
    |  79-70 = Above Average |
    |  69-60 = Average       |
    |  59-50 = Below Average |
    |  49-40 = Bad           |
    |  39-30 = Very Bad      |
    |  29-00 = Terrible      |
    How I get these numbers that are on the Robot Master/Character profiles:
    For the Robot Masters, mainly, there are some simple AND some complicated
    calculations I perform to see how strong an enemy is. Because of the fact that
    these are original, I would rather -not- share them with the public, because
    they took me a long time to figure out and they are my own calculation methods.
    If you're that interested in it, e-mail me. Just be aware that these are as
    accurate as they get, 'kay? =)
    Name: Mega Man
    Number: #001
    Weapon: Mega Buster
    Height: 4'4"
    Strength: ???
    Dexterity: ???
    Intelligence: ???
    Agility: ???
    Stamina: ???
    Difficulty: N/A
    Overall: ???
    Mega Man, the star of the program, is Dr. Light's star robot. It is his
    job to destroy the six stolen robots, and eventually, Dr. Wily himself.
    But can he do it? Can he save Megaopolis and the world? Only time will
    Name: Metal Man
    Number: #009
    Weapon: Metal Blade
    Height: 4'6"
    Strength: 50
    Dexterity: 60
    Intelligence: 100
    Agility: 63
    Stamina: 92
    Difficulty: 41
    Overall: 68 (average)
    Metal Man is a menace of sorts. He is quite agile and swift, but he won't
    attack you unless you attack him first! He'll jump around a bit, throw a Metal
    Blade or two at you, but unless you move towards him or fire at him, he'll stay
    stationary on the other side of his lair! And get this!... one hit with his own
    weapon and he's a goner!
    Name: Flash Man
    Weapon: Time Stopper
    Height: 4'5"
    Strength: 35
    Dexterity: 80
    Intelligence: 56
    Agility: 48
    Stamina: 96
    Difficulty: 40
    Overall: 59 (below average)
    Flash Man is a weaker Robot Master, but can still be a pain to beat. The
    unusual layout of his lair and the consistancy of his attacks can make him hard
    to beat. The regular Metal Blade works fine on him, but you may want to try the
    regular Mega Buster instead; it too works wonders.
    Name: Quick Man
    Weapon: Quick Boomerangs
    Height: 4'7"
    Strength: 73
    Dexterity: 60
    Intelligence: 78
    Agility: 100
    Stamina: 93
    Difficulty: 70
    Overall: 79 (above average)
    My personal favorite Robot Master ever (and my mIRC name!), Quick Man is not
    only agile and smart with his attacks, but he is persistant as well. He will
    stay all over you until you make your move, and he follows you around his lair.
    He, like Flash Man, also has an extremly annoying lair layout, and his ceiling
    (in his lair) are extra high, because baby, can this guy jump! There are two
    weapons of choice against Quickie; The Time Stopper (which drains half of his
    energy and then you have to finish him off with the Mega Buster), or Crash
    Bombs, which do quite a lot of damage, but are hard to connect against this
    fast moving Robot Master.
    Name: Wood Man
    Weapon: Leaf Shield
    Height: 4'10"
    Strength: 74
    Dexterity: 80
    Intelligence: 79
    Agility: 33
    Stamina: 79
    Difficulty: 70
    Overall: 69 (average)
    Wood Man is a sinch with Metal Man's Metal Blades equipped. Wood Man has a
    shield of leaves that protect him as he hops closer and closer to your end of
    the lair. When he is done with that shield, he then chucks it at you and
    launches four leaves into the air that come down at Mega Man and are hard to
    avoid. Take out Wood Man best you can with the Metal Blades, just keep firing
    at him!
    Name: Air Man
    Weapon: Air Shooter
    Height: 5'0"
    Strength: 81
    Dexterity: 60
    Intelligence: 90
    Agility: 35
    Stamina: 102
    Difficulty: 70
    Overall: 73(above average)
    Air Man is a large robot with a fan built into his body. This fan pushes
    against Mega Man, keeping him away, while the shooter on his arm fires tornados
    all over the place, which are extremly hard to avoid. Equip Wood Man's Leaf
    Shield to get around this guy, and keep hitting/throwing Leaf Shields at him to
    destroy him in no time.
    Name: Crash Man
    Weapon: Crash Bombs
    Height: 4'8"
    Strength: 85
    Dexterity: 60
    Intelligence: 63
    Agility: 79
    Stamina: 67
    Difficulty: 50
    Overall: 67 (average)
    Crash Man (also known as Clash Man to some) is a fearsome robot and is probably
    the most difficult robot master to defeat in the game, without the aid of Air
    Man's weapon, the Air Shooter. Crash Man jumps around his lair like a mad man
    and tosses his explosive Crash Bombs everywhere he goes. They do damage even if
    they just hit you and don't explode. If they land on a wall, run away! (as to
    not get hit by the explosion). Just fire the Air Shooter at this guy until he's
    Name: Bubble Man
    Weapon: Bubble Lead
    Height: 4'6"
    Strength: 66
    Dexterity: 80
    Intelligence: 75
    Agility: 35
    Stamina: 93
    Difficulty: 50
    Overall: 67 (average)
    Bubble Man is the undersea Robot Master of Mega Man II. His stage can be
    difficult because it is lined with spikes on the ceiling, and it's easy to get
    pushed into them because you jump very high in the water in this game. Bubble
    Man himself has a lair lined with spikes on the ceiling, but he isn't hard
    himself. The Mega Buster works just fine on him.
    Name: Heat Man
    Weapon: Atomic Fire
    Height: 4'3"
    Strength: 74
    Dexterity: 100
    Intelligence: 88
    Agility: 90
    Stamina: 87
    Difficulty: 79
    Overall: 86 (very good)
    The lil' lighter-like character, Heat Man can be quite the pain to defeat, if
    it wasn't for his obvious weakness of water. Equip the Bubble Lead and take
    this guy out of commission. Be careful for Heat Man's various attacks. He's
    agile and bursts across the room in a great fireball everytime he is hit with a
    weapon, any weapon... so be weary of that.
    This walkthrough is as complete as it can get. It will help you in your quest
    to defeat Mega Man II. You can follow it line by line, or you can simply use it
    to refer to if you're stuck! If there is something not on the walkthrough that
    you come up to in the game (which is highly unlikely! =P), feel free to e-mail
    me at jediforces@aol.com. Other forms of contact can be found at the beginning
    of this guide, so check there as well. Here we go...!
    (before we start, there are passwords throughout the walkthrough. There are
    eight different ones in all in this walkthrough, and even though it says that
    you have just weapons, there may be from zero to four E-Tanks in those
    passwords as well, just so you're aware!)
    For quick refrence if you don't need the entire walkthrough, here is the order
    I -suggest- you beat the eight Robot Masters in. (this doesn't mean you have to
    do it this way, and in all actuallity, the order in which I beat them in is
    rare, but I find it to be more effective then any other method out there.) Here
    is the list:
    Metal Man (use Mega Buster)
    Flash Man (use Metal Blades or Mega Buster)
    Quick Man (use Flash Stopper and then Mega Buster)
    Wood Man (use Metal Blades)
    Air Man (use Leaf Shield)
    Crash Man (use Air Shooter)
    Bubble Man (use Mega Buster or Metal Blades)
    Heat Man (use Bubble Lead)
    And if you need the most complete Mega Man II walkthrough on the Internet, well
    then, here it is!...
    -=METAL MAN=- (1st out of 8)
    Metal Man's stage is made up of conveyor belts that pull you or push you in
    different directions. Remember to keep moving as you go along, and don't let
    your eyes wander off of the screen for a minute, because these conveyor belts
    can be hell if you're not paying full attention.
    Metal Man's stage starts out on a conveyor belt that is pushing you towards a
    pit. Jump over this pit, and continue to your right. Now the conveyor belts are
    pushing you backwards towards the same pit. Take the bottom conveyor belt all
    the way to the end to pick up the E-Tank, then go back to your left, and jump
    onto the uppermost conveyor belt that is pushing you towards your left as well.
    Now, you're in a part that has large spike mechanisms going up and down. The go
    up slow and come down fast, and each is timed, so keep this in mind. Get
    through this (and time the mechanisms if you want), and continue to your right.
    (also be careful of the small conveyor belts that push you into the mechansisms
    and the one that pushes you into a pit. They make things a little more
    complicated.) Now you're in a narrow passageway that has corn on the cob-
    looking robots coming out of the floor and ceiling. Blast away at them and keep
    running. (don't worry about getting hit; chances are the destoryed robots will
    leave behind energy pellets).
    Once you get onto the conveyor belts and the corn on the cob-looking robots
    stop appearing, you're nearing the end of that part. Continue going right. Jump
    from conveyor belt to conveyor belt and watch which way the arrows are pointing
    so you know which way you're gonna be forced. Ignore the extra life on the top
    conveyor belt, and jump into the ditch. Slide straight across the conveyor belt
    and down into the next ditch.
    Now you're on a conveyor belt that is pushing you against a wall. Keep jumping
    to your right until you get to a few eneimes that are clowns on tires. Try
    killing the tires, because the clowns die automatically if there is no tire.
    Jump on the platforms (and keep watching the arrows) and back onto another
    conveyor belt. Kill the next two tire enemies and the one four-part tincan-
    looking robot. (hit him in the eyes, he's immune to shots anywhere else on his
    body.) Continue going towards your right. Kill the next two tincan robots and
    is a 95% chance you won't get out of the crevace without hitting your head on
    the ceiling while trying to jump out and then you'll fall into the pit and die.
    If you are desperate for the E-Tank and you can afford to lose a life, be my
    Onward! Jump over the large pit and be careful of the silver robot sliding
    along the floor. (he'll persue you if you're on the same platform as him, so
    keep jumping to keep him away from you. The next platform has two of these
    silver robots. Avoid them as well. Enter Metal Man's lair.
    -Metal Man Strategy-
    Metal Man is an odd fighter. He won't do anything to you if you don't attack
    him and you don't move. But the minute you move or shoot at him, he goes
    ballistic. Simply try to avoid his Metal Blades the best you can and fire in
    his general direction. (he's hard to aim at, so that's your best bet). When he
    is defeated you get his weapon, the Metal Blades! Move on to the next stage on
    our list, Flash Man!
    +Password Thusfar!+
         1   2   3   4   5
    A    X                      X = Red Dots (found on the game's password screen)
    B    X
    C    X           X   X      Items/Weapons Thusfar: Mega Buster & Metal Blades
    D            X
    E    X       X       X
    -=FLASH MAN=- (2nd out of 8)
    Flash Man's stage is a... flashy [=P] stage. The platforms that you land on are
    all slippy and slidy, so be careful not to slide into enemies or into pits.
    (there are very few pits on this stage). There are many false passages in this
    stage, so you may want to follow this closely.
    Walk (or slide) to your right. Take the bottom path with the pink robot that is
    shooting at you. Don't worry about getting hit; just kill him and go to the top
    to get the energy pellet. After getting the energy pellet, go back down.
    Continue right along the bottom-most path. Jump up and kill another pink robot,
    and then make another jump and continue right once again.
    Drop down and continue right. Then turn around, kill the pink robot to your
    left, jump on the platform he was inhabiting, and then from there you can to
    the next platform and jump down the ditch.
    Kill the AT-ST looking robot (from Star Wars), then kill the pilot. Go down the
    ditch and hug the left wall so you get into that little passage way, and fall
    down that ditch. (this helps you avoid any monsters and to also get some
    items). Drop down the long ditch, and drop down the next long ditch, and you'll
    get to a few platforms with this werid robot shooting boomerang-type things out
    of it. Equip the Metal Blade and kill them (it only takes one hit with the
    Metal Blades. And remember, the Metal Blade is one of the weapons you can shoot
    in eight directions with, so use that to your advantage.)
    Fall down the ditch again and fight another AT-ST robot. (use the little hole
    with the energy pellet in it to your advantage.) Then, go left and down another
    ditch. Go to your right and jump each step carefully until you get to a
    platform with the E-Tank on it. (that's two!) Then, turn back around and drop
    down. Fight the AT-ST robot, kill the pilot and go right. Jump on the platform
    and from there, jump onto the small platform next to Flash Man's lair. Enter
    and have the Metal Blades equipped.
    -Flash Man Strategy-
    Flash Man is simple with just the Mega Buster equipped. He's slow and not too
    powerful, but the awkward layout of his lair can give you a more difficult
    time. Just keep away from him, and fire a lot... six or seven shots should take
    care of him. When you defeat him, you'll get the Time Stopper and Item-3. Move
    on to Quick Man's stage.
    +Password Thusfar!+
         1   2   3   4   5
    A            X               X = Red Dots (found on the game's password screen)
    B        X
    C        X   X       X       Items/Weapons Thusfar: Mega Buster, Metal Blades,
                                                        Time Stopper, & Item-3.
    D    X           X
    E        X       X
    -=QUICK MAN=- (3rd out of 8)
    Quick Man's board is difficult, but extremly straight-forward. You'll find your
    biggest challenge(s) in the game just ahead.
    The board starts off with you on a platform. To your left on a high ledge is a
    Extra Life. Equip the newly acquired Item-3 and use it to get up there.
    Retrieve the extra life and drop down the ditch to your right.
    Next, equip the Metal Blades and take care of the two boomerang throwers on the
    floor. (use the diaganol trick to help you out.) Again, drop down the ditch,
    this time on your lefthand side.
    Next comes the first tricky part of the stage. Equip the Time Stopper and when
    you see yellowish beams flying out of the walls, use it. It will freeze
    everything until the meter runs out. Make haste and get all the way to the
    bottom. (if you are able, get to the right so you can get all of the goodies
    there; a free guy, some weapon energy, and an E-Tank.)
    Now start moving right. It gets dark, and then light again when you run into a
    fie-throwing robot. Kill it while avoiding the fire he shoots out of his head,
    and move on. When you kill him, it'll get dark again. Move to your right and
    you'll run into another one. Kill him as well, and it will, again, get dark.
    Move to you right. Now, when it feels like you're getting no where, jump, and
    you should land on a higher platform. Continue right and you'll fall down a
    ditch. (there is a third firethrower too, just kill him as well.)
    Equip the Flash Stopper right away and put it on. Here is the more difficult
    part of the board. (and after this, the hard parts are over 'til Wily's
    castle!) Collect any items you can along the way. Once you've dropped all the
    way down, take on the AT-ST robot and kill the pilot as well. If you want to
    run around in front of Quick Man's lair to get weapon energy, feel free. You
    may want to use the Flash Stopper if you have it on Quick Man, as it instantly
    drains half of his energy. If not, you can simply use the Mega Buster. Go right
    and enter his lair.
    -Quick Man Strategy-
    Quick Man is simple to beat, he's just hard to keep track of, as he is extremly
    swift and agile... quick. =) If you have the Flash Stopper, use it right away
    drain away half of his energy. Then hit him hard with the Mega Buster. When he
    is defeated, you get the Quick Boomerangs. Go on to Wood Man's stage.
    +Password Thusfar!+
         1   2   3   4   5
    A    X                       X = Red Dots (found on the game's password screen)
    B                X   X
    C    X       X               Items/Weapons Thusfar: Mega Buster, Metal Blades,
                                                        Time Stopper, Quick
    D        X           X                              Boomerangs, & Item-3.
    E        X           X
    -=WOOD MAN=- (4th out of 8)
    In this forested area, you'll find many varities of enemies, so be careful.
    Proceed to your right. Those black balls on the trees (and all over this stage)
    turn into bats when you get too close, so be prepared to kill them when the
    open up. If you let them linger too long, they'll start shooting at you, so be
    aware of that. Kill the bats and keep going right. Shoot the purple rabbit and
    the next bat you come across. Go right some more, and kill the bats and rabbits
    as you go. When you get to the ladder on the far right side, go down it.
    In this next room there are three more bats. Kill them and go down the next
    ladder on the left side of the room. This next part has a huge blue dog-robot
    shooting streams of fire at you. If you stand on the small platform between the
    highest platform and the floor, and keep jumping his fire and shoot at him, you
    should be okay to go. When you defeat him go right into the next screen. This
    screen has another one of the dogs, but his shots of fire are a little more
    difficult to avoid. Don't worry about getting hit once or twice (and remember
    to use the "when you're hit you're temporarily invisable" trick on this guy.
    Simply concentrate on killing him, and move to your right into the next screen.
    Another dog is here. Use the same strategy, although his fire is again possible
    to jump, being that this part has irregular ceilings which are high enough for
    to jump. Move again to the next screen on your right.
    Go up the ladder on the far right. Go to your right. You're now outside. Watch
    the apes that hang from the platforms. Wait for them to jump up to the platform
    (don't stand directly above them), and then shoot and kill them and move on.
    Jump to the next platform and repeat. Also watch out for the birds with eggs.
    Try hitting the eggs before they hit solid ground so they don't break and that
    way you don't have to deal with the many small birds buzzing around. (although
    they are good for goodies if you need energy and such.) Keep going right,
    killing birds, bird eggs, and apes as you go. You eventually end up back
    inside. Go all the way to the right and down the ladder.
    Kill the rabbit you find here and go down the next ladder. Repeat with this
    rabbit as well. Proceed down the next ladder. Kill this rabbit also. Down the
    next ladder you'll find that you're back outside. Rooster-bird like things will
    come running at you as you go right. Don't bother killing them or shooting at
    them. If you time things right, they'll jump right over your head and you'll go
    free and unharmed. When you get to Wood Man's lair, go in.
    -Wood Man Strategy-
    Wood Man has a versitile artilery of weapons. His shield is used as both a
    protection device and a weapon (as he throws the shield at you when he is done
    with it.) He also has the leaves that fly from the air down upon Mega Man. Be
    weary of all of his attacks. Equip the Metal Blade and keep chucking them at
    him. If you're quick enough, you'll destroy him before he really gets started.
    When he's defeated you'll get the Leaf Shield. Move on to Air Man.
    +Password Thusfar!+
         1   2   3   4   5
    A    X                       X = Red Dots (found on the game's password screen)
    B                X
    C    X       X               Items/Weapons Thusfar: Mega Buster, Metal Blades,
                                                        Time Stopper, Quick
    D        X   X       X                              Boomerangs, Leaf Shield, &
    E        X           X
    -=AIR MAN=- (5th out of 8)
    Air Man's stage takes place all in the air. The main hazard on this stage is
    the endless amounts of pits and ditches there are to fall in. Make your jumps
    carefully in this stage, and watch out for the many flying robots that can
    knock you out of the air and out of commission as well.
    You begin in the beginning right by a large floating heat with two horns and
    little things coming out of each horn area. Kill the little guys and wait for
    the horns to go down into his head, and then jump onto his head. Kill the
    little guys and wait for the horns to go down again, and jump onto the
    platform. Repeat this procedure for the next one coming right up. Keep doing
    this until you get over all six heads. Now there are clouds floating around
    with robots holding lightning bolts in their hands. You must kill the guys in
    the clouds and jump in them, going from cloud to cloud until you get to the
    other side. Do this, I can wait. *waits* Done? Good. Okay... next... (note:
    you behind clouds in this stage, try to picture where you are... it helps.)
    Now that you're on the other side, quite a few birds holding eggs come your
    way. Kill the eggs before they hit the platform (and the birds as well if you
    can/want) and keep moving to your right. When you get all the way to the end,
    walk to the far side of the screen to the right and you'll fall into a ditch
    that was hidden by a cloud. From here, equip the Metal Blades and kill those
    two boomerang shooters. Then go to the far left side of the screen and and fall
    down another hidden-by-a-cloud ditch. You can't see yourself when you land, but
    you're behind that cloud. Walk to the right. Here are more faces with horns.
    Repeat the prior steps from the second paragraph. Jump from platform to
    platform after that until you get to the navy blue fat guys with fans in their
    chests, similar to Air Man himself. Kill them and move on. (make sure to not
    let them blow you into a ditch.) Be careful of the birds with eggs at this part
    as well. Keep going right... enter Air Man's lair. (and have the Leaf Shield
    equipped before going in.)
    -Air Man Strategy-
    Air Man shoots many Tornados that knock you back and take away a good chunk of
    energy. When he takes his very shorts rests between shots, put on and then
    immediately fire the Leaf Shield at him. If you get too close, he'll jump to
    other side of the room, which is a good time to then equip the Leaf Shield as a
    regular ol' shield and run into him. Only two shots to kill him with the Leaf
    Shield. When he dies, you'll get the Air Shooter and Item-2.
    +Password Thusfar!+
         1   2   3   4   5
    A    X                       X = Red Dots (found on the game's password screen)
    B                X
    C    X       X               Items/Weapons Thusfar: Mega Buster, Metal Blades,
                                                        Time Stopper, Quick
    D            X       X                              Boomerangs, Leaf Shield,
                                                        Air Shooter, Item-2, &
    E        X   X       X                              Item-3.
    -=Crash Man=- (6th out of 8)
    This board can get a bit tedious, so bear with me. In the beginning here, you
    have two platforms and three ladders, with three pipes sending out little
    floaty robots. Kill the robots best you can and climb up the ladders quickly,
    because those little robots keep coming back!
    In this next area, you have the same sort of thing going on. Just be careful
    not to get hit by the flying robots, because you may fall back down to the very
    beginning of the level and then you'll have to start all over again. Move up
    the ladder and to the right. Kill the HardHats, and go up the next ladder.
    These next few parts are pretty self explanatory. Similar to Guts Man's level
    in Mega Man I, you have to maneuver through a few screen's worth of mechanisms
    that have moving platforms. Just equip the Metal Blade and kill the flying
    robots (and remember to use the shooting in eight directions to your advantage)
    and get up the three increasing-in-difficulty mechanisms.
    When you're done with that part, go back to the Mega Buster and head up the
    ladder and to the right. Kill the paintcan guys (from Metal Man's board) and
    climb up the ladder on the right side. Climb up two screens. When you get to
    the top of the ladder, you'll see a HardHat on the farthest platform to the
    left away from you. Get near to him so he opens his shell up and then shoot him
    and back up. He'll die and you can up the ladder he was guarding.
    Here you will have two choices; the left ladder or the right ladder. Take the
    left one. Go all the way up until you have three more choices. Take the middle
    ladder all the way up two screens until you get to the E-Tank. Get the E-Tank
    and then equip Item-2 (the Jet). Put it on briefly, and use it as a stepping
    stone to get up to the main platform. Unequip Item-2. (be aware of the flying
    birds as you that area, as the eggs and the birds that come out of the eggs are
    dangerous, and they knock you off the ladder.)
    There are two ladders you can take here. Take the left one again, and go all
    the way up and take the Extra Life. Avoid the helicopter-like enemies and go
    all the way to your left. Entire Crash Man's lair.
    -Crash Man Strategy-
    He's SOOOOO simple with the Air Shooter. Simply equip the Air Shooter and when
    he jumps in the air to throw Crash bombs, shoot him down with the Air Shooter!
    Two or three hits and he's toast. When you beat him, you get the all useful
    Crash Bombs. Go on to Bubble Man's stage!
    Password Thusfar!+
         1   2   3   4   5
    A        X                   X = Red Dots (found on the game's password screen)
    B    X               X
    C        X       X           Items/Weapons Thusfar: Mega Buster, Metal Blades,
                                                        Time Stopper, Quick
    D    X           X                                  Boomerangs, Leaf Shield,
                                                        Air Shooter, Crash Bombs,
    E    X           X                                  Item-2, & Item-3.
    -=BUBBLE MAN=- (7th out of 8)
    Bubble Man's stage is fairly easy. The only difficult part of it all is the
    spiked ceilings that make it difficult to accurately jump, as the water gives
    you an extra boost that shoots you straight to the ceiling!
    In the beginning you're outside, in front of a waterfall. There are several
    platforms that you have to jump to. Watch out for the frogs. They shoot little
    frogs out of their mouths that are a pain to kill, so try to kill the big frog
    before he gets a chance to launch the little ones. When you kill three of the
    frogs you'll come to brick-like pink stepping stones. Be careful on these, as
    once you step on them, they fall, so you have to be quick and jump from stone
    stone as quickly as you can. When you are off of those, go all the way to the
    right and down the hole. There are three crabs here, on three different
    platforms. Kill them all and continue downwards. Kill some more crabs and jump
    Here, you are now in water. BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU JUMP!!!! The ceilings are lined
    with spikes. Once touch and they kill you, so control your jumps as best you
    can. Go to the right and kill some of the red fish-like robots. When you come
    across the huge fish (which is the source of the smaller ones), shoot the
    antenna-like thing on it's head to kill it. Continue to your right.
    Now you're attacked by several robots that float down from the top of the water
    and then swirl around in pursuit of Mega Man. Kill them if you can and keep
    moving to the right. Carefully jump down the ditch you come to that is lined
    with spikes on both sides. Make sure not to touch them. Continue to your right
    and you'll run into more small red fish and another big red fish, Shoot the big
    red fish in the antenna again and move to your right. Carefully jump up the
    steep steps and go to the next screen.
    Kill the frog and his little frogs and move again to the right. Jump up to the
    surface again. Now you're back at a waterfall. Watch out for the crabs that
    fall from the sky. Let the ones in front of you fall before you jump, then
    shoot them and move on. When you get to Bubble Man's lair, go in.
    -Bubble Man Strategy-
    Bubble Man's lair has spikes covering the ceiling so be careful about where
    you're jumping equip the Metal Blades and smack him into oblivion, or you can
    use the Mega Buster. He's toast either way. =) When you're done, you'll get the
    Bubble Lead! Go to the final Robot Master, Heat Man.
    Password Thusfar!+
         1   2   3   4   5
    A        X                   X = Red Dots (found on the game's password screen)
    B    X               X
    C        X                   Items/Weapons Thusfar: Mega Buster, Metal Blades,
                                                        Time Stopper, Quick
    D    X   X       X                                  Boomerangs, Leaf Shield,
                                                        Air Shooter, Crash Bombs,
    E    X           X                                  Bubble Lead, Item-2, &
    -=HEAT MAN=- (8th out of 8)
    Heat Man's board isn't too hard, especially with Item-2 in hand. You'll see
    what I mean in a minute.
    You start the stage out surrounded by many a lava pit and a lot of those green
    helicopter robots we saw back on Crash Man's stage. Just destroy them as you go
    and jump the lava pits, heading towards the right. Now it gets kind of
    complicated. Those floating gray robots are back and they try to hit you into
    the lava as you jump from platform-tower to platform-tower. Kill them as you
    jump, and go as fast as you can without getting sloppy with the controls. You
    don't want to die, after all!
    When you get past all of the tower and block jumping, you're back on solid
    ground! Hurray! Continue to your right. Avoid those blue things that are
    crawling on the floor the best you can and jump down to the ladder and climb
    down it. Here you have to do the disappearing/appearing block thing. It's not
    nearly as hard as it was in Mega Man I though, as it only involves four blocks,
    and it's quite simple to figure out. When you get to the top of the screen,
    take the ladder all the way down.
    This part can be frustrating. You have to jump the towers by using the
    appearing/disappearing blocks while fighting off the gray floating robots and
    avoid falling into ditches and lava! How fun! Anyway, equip the Metal Blade so
    you can take care of the gray floating robots with ease and make your way
    slowly and carefully to the right. (use Crash Bombs to get thorough the
    temporary walls if it makes things easier for you.)
    Now this part seems hard, but it's actually a piece of cake. Instead of
    bothering with the endless array of appearing/disappearing blocks, go to the
    edge of the land where it meets the lava and equip Item-2. Just use it to go
    all the way across the lava to safety! Go ahead, do it! When you get to the
    end, go down the ladder. Fight the AT-ST robot and kill the pilot, and go down
    the ladder on the lefthand side. Enter Heat Man's lair.
    -Heat Man Strategy-
    Heat Man is simple with the Bubble Lead, but you still have to be careful to
    not get hit too many times. Equip the Bubble Lead and attack him. Everytime he
    gets hit he turns into a fireball and shoots across the room at you. Dodge and
    repeat until he's dead! When he's dead you get Atomic Fire and Item-1! That's
    the last of the Robot Masters; time to go to Wily's Castle!
    Password Thusfar!+
         1   2   3   4   5
    A        X                   X = Red Dots (found on the game's password screen)
    B    X       X       X
    C        X                   Items/Weapons Thusfar: Mega Buster, Metal Blades,
                                                        Time Stopper, Quick
    D    X   X       X                                  Boomerangs, Leaf Shield,
                                                        Air Shooter, Crash Bombs,
    E                X                                  Bubble Lead, Atomic Fire,
                                                        Item-1, Item-2, & Item-3.
                                    That's everything!!!!
    Now to Wily's Castle... (please note: There will be no more passwords from here
    on out. You can't start from any board in Wily's stage, you must start from the
    beginning, so keep that in mind.)
    This first part of the stage is sort of short, but can be a challenge. Move to
    your right. Kill the birds as you go and shoot their eggs before they hit the
    ground. When you get to a gray building with a Dr. Wily insignia on it, equip
    Item-3 and use it to get up and over the gray building. Then, equip the Metal
    Blades and shoot the boomerang shooters when you get back onto the ground. Kill
    them all and continue right. You'll get to another of the gray buildings. Equip
    Item-3 again and repeat the process. When you get back onto the ground this
    time, there will be one more boomerang shooter to contend with and then you can
    move farther right.
    Now, as you get to the right-most wall, equip Item-3, and scale the wall. Stop
    off at the platform before the ladder to get the Extra guy, then go right and
    up the ladder. Ignore the ladder next to the one you just came up and climb up
    the next ladder. Kill the AT-ST pilot guy, get the weapon energy pellet (refill
    Item-3), and go up the ladder to continue on. In this next area there is
    another pilot to kill. Do so and climb the ladder he was guarding.
    Avoid the floor crawler and climb the ladder on the right. When you get to the
    top of the ladder, equip Item-1. Make yourself three steps so tou can get to
    the ladderon the upper lefthand side. When you this, go up the ladder. Equip
    the Mega Buster and kill the floaters that bother you while you're on the
    ladder. Keep climbing. When you get to the top, equip the Quick Boomerangs, go
    to the right, jumping the blocks (do it quickly), and watch out behind you as
    the boss of this level, the Dragon, comes from behind and starts chasing you...
    -Dragon Strategy-
    The Dragon is simple, it's just hard to keep your footing. Avoid his fireballs
    and keep striking him with Quick Boomerangs. Stand on the topmost block, that
    way if he hits you, when you fall back you'll land on the blcok below, and you
    can jump right back up. Before you know it, he'll be toast and you can move on
    to the next level.
    Right at the beginning of this stage, there is a weapon-energy pellet. Refill
    Item-1 with it and move to your right. Kill the green helicopter robots that
    come from the sky, and when you run into another weapon-energy pellet, use it
    on anything you need to. Equip Item-2. Go across the spikes, skipping the first
    ladder and waiting for the second ladder. (the shorter one.) Jump at the right
    time and climb the ladder. Get the E-Tank and take the ladder down. Get the
    extra life and refill your weapons with the small weapon-energy pellets. Go
    down the next ladder. Equip the Crash Bombs and take out the two walls to get
    another extra life and an E-Tank.
    Down the ladder, bear to your right as you fall, so you don't land on the
    spikes to either side of the room. Go down the ditch, and go right down the
    narrow path. Kill the corn-like robots (remember them from Metal Man's stage?),
    and then avoid the spike mechanism (also from Metal Man's stage) and continue
    to your right. Equip Item-3 and use it to grapple up the wall. Go right and
    avoid some more of the spike mechanisms. When you get to the edge, go down the
    ladder. Watch your footing on the blcoks, avoiding the spikes, and continue
    down. Use Item-1 to get the energy pellet on the other side of the room and go
    down the next ditch.
    -Robot Machine Strategy-
    This guy is fairly simple. Two blocks come off of various parts of the four
    sides of the square you're in and form a robot that comes at you. The more you
    kill the faster it gets. Equip the Bubble Lead and take care of them quickly...
    time for stage three!
    You start of this stage on a small platform. Jump down to your left or right.
    Use Crash Bombs to get the E-Tank and the weapon-energy pellet. Go down the
    next hole. Kill the crab robot and get the weapon-energy pellets. Go down some
    more. You're now in some filth-ridden water. Since you have a good height when
    you jump when you're in the water, don't worry about falling in the spikes. Use
    the high jumping to your advantage. There are two holes near the end of this
    part, both of which have hige metal robot fish come out of them, and if you're
    not quick enough, they'll grab you and knock you down, so be careful about
    them. When you get done with that part, go down the narrow path with spikes on
    the ceiling. (be careful here).
    Now, this part can be a tad bit difficult if you're not careful. You must
    manuver down a path that have spikes on both ends of the walls. Just hug the
    left wall all the way down and you'll be okay. When you through with that part,
    you'll be on two platforms that have spikes as well. Carefully walk these and
    jump down the ditch. (hug the right wall when you jump, so you can avoid the
    spikes on the bottom.) Jump out of the water and equip the Metal Blade. Shoot
    the pink robot diagnolly from the top of the platform, so he won't hit you.
    Move to your right. Kill the next you you come across as well and enter the
    lair to fight the boss.
    -GutsDozer Strategy-
    This guy is massive, but he's still a sinch to beat. Equip the Quick Boomerangs
    and jump on the front of the Dozer. Fire at the dot on his head until he's
    At your left and your right are two weapon-energy pellets. Refill and weapons
    and/or Items you need to and climb the ladder. Kill the HardHat and go up the
    ladder he was protecting. Don't bother with the HardHat here, go up to the
    ladder, AND DO NOT GO TO THE LADDER ON THE LEFT. You'll fall through a fake
    floor right into the HardHat if you do. Go up the other ladder instead. Now go
    to your left and fall through the fake floor, hugging the left wall. Go left
    and take the ladder I told you not to before. Get the extra life. Go back up
    the ladder two screens.
    Fall down the same hole but this time hug the right wall. Go up the same ladder
    and go right up the next ladder. Jump from the ladder to the middle of the
    platform, move to your left a bit, and jump again to the ladder. (to avoid the
    two false floor blocks here, you must do this.) Here you'll notice that you
    have to cross a plank that surely has false floors, but there are spikes under
    the floor this time. Simply equip Item-2 and take it across the platform to the
    next ladder. Climb up.
    Kill the HardHats and figure out where all of the false floors are on this
    screen. Go to the middle platform to where the false floor is on the top
    platform. (you'll notice where it is because you won't be able to hit your head
    on the false floor.) Equip Item-1 and get the E-Tank if you need it, and go up
    the ladder on the upper lefthand corner. Go right down the long path and take
    the ladder on the other end.
    Equip the Metal Blades and do the elaborate sets of platform mechanisms (found
    also on Crash Man's stage). Use the Metal Blade's eight direction firing
    capabilities to take care of the gray enemies in each area.  When you get
    through all four mechanisms, jump down and fight the several AT-ST robots and
    their pilots as well. Heal up Mega Man and enter the boss lair.
    -"The Wall" Strategy-
    The only weapon that works here is the Crash Bombs. You must conserve them, as
    you only have seven or eight shots with them. Only shoot the walls you have to
    shoot and concentrate on the guns. If you die, the walls you dud destroy will
    be gone for good. (unless you lose all of your lives and are forced to
    This isn't a stage, but rather a multi-teleporter. Each teleport leads to a
    different Robot Master, and you have to fight each one again. Below is a
    diagram of the room, which Robot Master is in each one, and the weapon to use
    against the Robot Master.
     ----------                                          ----------
    |          |                                        |          |
    |   HEAT   |                                        |  FLASH   |
    |    MAN   |                                        |    MAN   |
    |          |                                        |          |
    |  Use:    |                                        |  Use:    |
    | BUBBLE   |                                        | METAL    |
    |     LEAD |                                        |   BLADES |
     ----------                                          ----------
     ----------                                          ----------
    |          |             ROBOT MASTERS              |          |
    |   AIR    |                CHART...                  |  METAL   |
    |   MAN    |            TELEPORT SYSTEM             |    MAN   |
    |          |                                        |          |
    |  Use:    |                                        |  Use:    |
    | LEAF     |                                        | METAL    |
    |   SHIELD |                                        |   BLADES*|
     ----------                                          ----------
     ----------         ----------   ----------          ----------
    |          |       |          | |          |        |          |
    |   WOOD   |       |  BUBBLE  | |  QUICK   |        |  CRASH   |
    |    MAN   |       |    MAN   | |    MAN   |        |    MAN   |
    |          |       |          | |          |        |          |
    |  Use:    |       |  Use:    | |  Use:    |        |  Use:    |
    | METAL    |       | METAL    | | TIME     |        | AIR      |
    |   BLADES |       |   BLADES | |  STOPPER |        |  SHOOTER |
     ----------         ----------   ----------          ----------
    * No, this isn't a joke. Metal Man's weakness is actually his own weapon! One
    hit with it and he dies!!!!
    When you are done beating the eight Robot Masters for the eighth and final
    time, go to the teleporter that appears in the middle of the room. It's Wily
    -Wily I Strategy-
    The first form of Dr. Wily is simple. Charge the Atomic Fire all the way to its
    max (by pressing and holding down the B button.) Fire it at the front of his
    ship to knock off part of it...
    -Wily II Strategy-
    Equip the Metal Blades and barrage the front of his ship with them; just keep
    firing! He'll escape though...
    This is it. There are no enemies on this short stage, but the drops of acid
    that come from the ceiling take away a lot of energy, so be careful of those as
    you move through the level. Enter the lair...
    -Wily III [Alien Wily] Strategy-
    Ahhh, an alien!!!! Equip the Bubble Lead and fire away at this guy. He moves
    around the room in strange patterns, and be careful not to get near and run
    into the alien, as he is a damaging little bugger! Fire and kill him, and you
    Congratulations, you've beaten Mega Man II! Enjoy the ending!
    The ending of the game is unique, and far better than the ending found in the 
    predeccessor, the original Mega Man. After defeating the Alien final boss, you find 
    out that the Alien was actually a machine created by Dr. Wily, and that it was 
    being controlled from a solitary section of his lab by Wily himself. Wily jumps 
    from his safe area, and begs Mega Man's forgiveness.
    Following this, the credits roll and you see Mega Man walking through the different 
    seasons, fall, winter, summer, and spring. As he does this, the scenery and all 
    change, and then the scene changes again and Mega Man's helmet sits atop a hill by 
    itself, left behind by Mega Man en route to going back to Dr. Light and Roll at 
    There aren't many items in this game, but here they are!
    - Energy Pellet (white): Restores energy to Mega Man's health meter.
    Big ones restore a lot of energy, little ones restore a little bit of
    - Energy Pellet (blue): Restores energy to Mega Man's weapons. Big ones
    restore a lot of energy, little ones restore a little bit of energy.
    - E-Tank: You can carry as many as four of these in your inventory. These blue
    paintcan-looking items can be stored and used to re-fill your energy meter to
    maximum at any time during the game. Especially useful in Dr. Wily's various
    - Extra Life- Shaped like Mega Man's head. Pick it up to receive and extra
    - Mega Buster: The main weapon in the game, and Mega Man's default weapon. You
    start the game with this weapon.
    - Metal Blade: Obtained from defeating Metal Man. The most useful and versatile
    weapon in the game.
    - Time Stopper: Obtained from defeating Flash Man. This isn't really a weapon
    of sorts, but it freezes time, and is especially useful on Quick Man's stage
    and against Quick Man himself.
    - Quick Boomerang: Obtained from defeating Quick Man. Not a very useful weapon,
    but it shoots boomerangs in a circle right in front of Mega Man, and is most
    useful against the Dragon on Dr. Wily's first stage. (in his castle)
    - Leaf Shield: Obtained from defeating Wood Man. A shield made of leafs that
    protects Mega Man from harm. Not a very good weapon (except against Air Man),
    but used more as a protection device.
    - Air Shooter: Obtained from defeating Air Man. A difficult weapon to use
    because of it's tendency to float upwards, it's used primarily to defeat Crash
    Man, and air enemies.
    - Crash Bombs: Obtained from defeating Crash Man. These useful bombs destroy
    walls that have items and other useful things behind them. Damages some Robot
    Masters, and is the only weapon that can initially damage the "Wall Boss" in
    Dr. Wily's castle.
    - Bubble Lead: Obtained from defeating Bubble Man. A fairly useless weapon, the
    Bubble Lead travels slowly across the floor and pops after a while. A good
    weapon to use against the difficult-to-defeat Heat Man, and that's about it.
    - Atomic Fire: Obtained from defeating Heat Man. A weapon that can be charged
    up, this weapon can be devestating if used under the right circumstances. Can
    critically damage many Robot Masters and enemies when charged. Uses a lot of
    weapon-energy, however.
    - Item 1: Makes little helicopter-like platforms that temporarily stay in the
    air and aid Mega Man from jumping from one place to another.	
    - Item 2: Similar to the Rush Jet found in later Mega Man games, it brings you
    from one place to another easily.
    - Item 3: A wall-climber of sorts, you can take this up any wall to a hard to
    reach platform, etc.
    Before we go onto the damage charts, there are two things I must explain. First
    of all, I'll explain how I got these figures, and then I'll explain how to read
    the chart.
    How these figures were obtained:
    These numbers and whatnot on the chart were obtained via careful calculation. I
    simply fought every Robot Master with every weapon, including him own. I then
    saw how many hits with each weapon it took to kill that Robot Master, and put
    the figures on the chart. A -- symbolizes that the Robot Master is immune to
    that weapon and that it doesn't effect him in any way.
    To read the chart:
    Simply line up the name of the robot master on the left side with the robot
    master weapon you want to beat him with on the top. There is a key below to
    read the symbols.
    (An HTML version of this Damage Chart can be found on protoman.com.)
    Key to the Charts:
    MM = Mega Man
    BM = Bubble Man
    FM = Flash Man
    QM = Quick Man
    MM˛ = Metal Man
    CM = Crash Man
    AM = Air Man
    WM = Wood Man
    HM = Heat Man
    Damage Chart for "Normal" Mode:
    Robot Master  MM  BM  FM  QM  MM˛  CM  AM  WM  HM
    Bubble Man    14  --  --  07  04   07  --  --  --
    Flash Man     07  07  --  --  04   04  --  --  07
    Quick Man     07  --  1/2   --  --   04  07  --  07
    Metal Man     14  --  --  04  01   --  --  --  14
    Crash Man     14  14  --  14  --   --  02  --  14
    Air Man       07  --  --  07  --   --  --  02  07
    Wood Man      14  --  --  --  07   07  04  --  14
    Heat Man      07  03  --  07  14   --  07  --  --
    Damage Chart for "Difficult" Mode:
    Robot Master  MM  BM  FM  QM  MM˛  CM  AM  WM  HM
    Bubble Man    28  --  --  14  08   14  --  --  --
    Flash Man     14  14  --  --  08   08  --  --  14
    Quick Man     14  --  1/2   --  --   08  14  --  14
    Metal Man     28  --  --  08  01   --  --  --  28
    Crash Man     28  28  --  28  --   --  04  --  28
    Air Man       14  --  --  14  --   --  --  04  14
    Wood Man      28  --  --  --  14   14  08  --  28
    Heat Man      14  06  --  14  28   --  14  --  --
    ---Special Thanks goes out to:---
    *My family (Mom, Dad, Dagan, Dana, and Ali)
    *My peeps (Mike, Cody, Corey, Jason, Kevin, and the rest)
    *My Favorite Band (311) for keeping me company with background music while playing 
    through this and basically all videogames.
    *Capcom (for making such a great game and such a great series)
    *Nintendo (for making the NES way back in '85, my favorite system to this day, even 
    if I DO have like ten other systems, nextgen and all. You don't get better than the 
    ---About the Author--- [as of May 23, 2001]
    Well... as of the time I'm writing this, I'm about to finish up the 11th grade. I 
    live on Long Island, in New York, about half an hour from New York City. I play ice 
    hockey, I work at a deli, and I love videogames, especially RPGs. My favorite 
    series for videogames include the Final Fantasy series (excluding VIII), the Dragon 
    Warrior/Quest series, the Mega Man series, and the Tales series. I aspire to go to 
    Northeastern University in the fall of 2002 to study History and Archaeology.
    ---Closing Notes---
    Thanks for reading the guide, and again, any questions, comments, suggestions, or 
    ideas can and should be sent to me, Colin Moriarty, at cmoriarty311@cs.com. Please, 
    constructive criticism only, whether it be positive or negative. I don't care which 
    it is, but please, be polite and above all, constructive.
    Thanks for reading.
    This walkthrough is copyright (c) Colin Moriarty and should only be found on
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    permitted to have this on his webpage. Please don't e-mail me, asking to have
    this on your webpage, I'm just going to say "no" and I hope you understand that
    the reasons for this are too many to be named here. If you found and are
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