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Who is your favourite sharp robot master?

Cut Man (MM 1 - DLN.003)
4
22%
Metal Man (MM 2 - DWN.009)
1
6%
Needle Man (MM 3 - DWN.017)
2
11%
Shadow Man (MM 3 - DWN.023)
2
11%
Tomahawk Man (MM 6 - DWN.046)
2
11%
Yamato Man (MM 6 - DWN.048)
4
22%
Slash Man (MM 7 - DWN.054)
0
No votes
Sword Man (MM 8 - DWN.059)
0
No votes
Blade Man (MM 10 - DWN.073)
0
No votes
Nitro Man (MM 10 - DWN.079)
3
17%
 
Total votes: 18

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Sharp metal robot masters - Your favourites

Post by Lozof » Sat Aug 31, 2019 9:20 pm

It doesn't matter how well designed a robot master or their weapon is, there's always a lot of metal involved in their creation. There are however a few robot masters that embrace the metal they're build from and use their sharpened weapons to pierce, slash and cut the enemy. But these guys are not the only the only one's playing around with steel...

(Sorry for a third Slash Man, but because of his claws he had to be in here.)
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Post by MegaJosh67 » Sat Aug 31, 2019 11:15 pm

I went with Yamato Man, but Shadow Man & Nitro Man are close seconds.
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Post by Royalguard » Sat Aug 31, 2019 11:20 pm

Tough choice, tough choice...
I like Shadow Man, Tomahawk Man, and Nitro Man a lot...
Guess I'll give my vote to Tomahawk Man.
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Post by Brazencoronet17 » Sun Sep 01, 2019 12:34 am

Metal man. I actually found him a difficult boss...
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Post by 02gn » Sun Sep 01, 2019 6:08 am

Voted for Yamato

He has like... everything cool
- stage (maybe a bit hard but at least design)
- theme
- character design
- weapon (well... maybe as same as Neddle Cannon but faster and flies in different curves)
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Post by Kun fu Cuts Man » Sun Sep 01, 2019 11:02 pm

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Post by MegaJosh67 » Mon Sep 02, 2019 9:54 pm

02gn wrote:
Sun Sep 01, 2019 6:08 am
Voted for Yamato

He has like... everything cool
- stage (maybe a bit hard but at least design)
- theme
- character design
- weapon (well... maybe as same as Neddle Cannon but faster and flies in different curves)
I found Yamato to be a good starter for MM6, believe it or not. The boss ain't too hard either, which is why I have this belief. Also, he's just plain awesome.
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Post by DSN001 » Wed Sep 04, 2019 9:58 pm

Shadow Man is DWN.024, not DWN.023, he is Spark Man.
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Post by Lozof » Sat Sep 07, 2019 4:58 pm

DSN001 wrote:
Wed Sep 04, 2019 9:58 pm
Shadow Man is DWN.024, not DWN.023, he is Spark Man.
Well, that's what happens, when you go all out for an unnecessary detail like including all numbers. I'm actually surprised it hadn't happened sooner!
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Post by DSN001 » Sat Sep 07, 2019 5:11 pm

Lozof wrote:
Sat Sep 07, 2019 4:58 pm
DSN001 wrote:
Wed Sep 04, 2019 9:58 pm
Shadow Man is DWN.024, not DWN.023, he is Spark Man.
Well, that's what happens, when you go all out for an unnecessary detail like including all numbers. I'm actually surprised it hadn't happened sooner!
I would not want to mention little details, I know it is annoying, but it is just I memorized all the robot master numbers 0 to 80, and just said it.
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Post by Lozof » Sat Sep 07, 2019 6:12 pm

DSN001 wrote:
Sat Sep 07, 2019 5:11 pm
Lozof wrote:
Sat Sep 07, 2019 4:58 pm
DSN001 wrote:
Wed Sep 04, 2019 9:58 pm
Shadow Man is DWN.024, not DWN.023, he is Spark Man.
Well, that's what happens, when you go all out for an unnecessary detail like including all numbers. I'm actually surprised it hadn't happened sooner!
I would not want to mention little details, I know it is annoying, but it is just I memorized all the robot master numbers 0 to 80, and just said it.
Nah, it's not annoying. It's my fault for including a detail that probably no one else would have even bothered if it was missing and I don't know much about myself. If you'd tell me a robot master and a wrong number, I wouldn't suspect much as long as it is from the correct game...
So you know all numbers of the robot masters from MM 1 to 10? Remembers me of the (old) times I knew all 151 Pokémon with their number! Will you increase your field of expertise to MM 11, the Stardroids and such? ;)
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Post by DSN001 » Sun Sep 08, 2019 10:20 am

Lozof wrote:
Sat Sep 07, 2019 6:12 pm
DSN001 wrote:
Sat Sep 07, 2019 5:11 pm
Lozof wrote:
Sat Sep 07, 2019 4:58 pm


Well, that's what happens, when you go all out for an unnecessary detail like including all numbers. I'm actually surprised it hadn't happened sooner!
I would not want to mention little details, I know it is annoying, but it is just I memorized all the robot master numbers 0 to 80, and just said it.
Nah, it's not annoying. It's my fault for including a detail that probably no one else would have even bothered if it was missing and I don't know much about myself. If you'd tell me a robot master and a wrong number, I wouldn't suspect much as long as it is from the correct game...
So you know all numbers of the robot masters from MM 1 to 10? Remembers me of the (old) times I knew all 151 Pokémon with their number! Will you increase your field of expertise to MM 11, the Stardroids and such? ;)
I also know numbers of bass-zero-stardroids-mega man killers-time man and oil man. BUT NOT MM11. I am not ready for it yet. I play games with these information, too. For example, in republic of Turkey, there are 2,3 or 4 numbers on the far right of cars' plate. And when I see a car, I think about the numbers. I divide numbers into two group and I think "Which robot master beats the other one?".For example: 123> 1 vs 23. If the number is higher than 80, I just subtract 81 (because of proto man). On the far left numbers are mostly wave man in Istanbul. And I use random number generator app for increasing of this serial code memory.
Yours was better, 151 Pokemon. How many do you know now?
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Post by Lozof » Sun Sep 08, 2019 4:31 pm

DSN001 wrote:
Sun Sep 08, 2019 10:20 am
I also know numbers of bass-zero-stardroids-mega man killers-time man and oil man. BUT NOT MM11. I am not ready for it yet. I play games with these information, too. For example, in republic of Turkey, there are 2,3 or 4 numbers on the far right of cars' plate. And when I see a car, I think about the numbers. I divide numbers into two group and I think "Which robot master beats the other one?".For example: 123> 1 vs 23. If the number is higher than 80, I just subtract 81 (because of proto man). On the far left numbers are mostly wave man in Istanbul. And I use random number generator app for increasing of this serial code memory.
Yours was better, 151 Pokemon. How many do you know now?
Very intriguing concept! I've never done anything like that for Pokemon! I'm not sure if learning the original 151 Pokemon is that much harder than the nearly 100 robots you know (Evolution lines make things easier). Anyways, that was almost two decades ago; my connection to Pokemon is rather complicated now. While I do enjoy to watch and play some stuff occassionally, it doesn't last too long. I didn't even play any mainline game after the first generation and have a hard time taking the franchise seriously with each generation introducing more weird Pokemon than the last, so I'm afraid to say, I haven't even looked at any numbers after 151 (but I did enjoy some later games) and I'm not even so sure about all the old ones anymore...
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