A long time ago, Mega Man Volnutt was known as Mega Man Trigger. Trigger’s primary function was as a Purifier Unit (Irregular Hunter in the Japanese version) on a synthetic planet called Elysium (or Heaven in the Japanese versions), a place that housed what is called the “Master System”. The purpose of the Master System was to watch over the Carbons (essentially the equivalent to humans, though artificially created) on Terra (Earth). His job as a Purifier Unit was to eliminate any Aberrant Units (Irregulars in the Japanese version) that threatened the Master System. Trigger was also always close to the the Master throughout his tenure as a Purifier Unit. One day, the Master requested Mega Man to travel with him to Terra so he could see the Carbons, even though the Master could not survive long outside of Elysium. They used a shuttle pod and landed in Calbania Island, where the Master compares the life of the Carbons with Elysium, and realizes that while he lived in luxury for 3000 years, Elysium was cold and sterile, while the Carbons are happy even with hardship, pain, aging, and subsequently dying, and decides to give Mega Man the final command to destroy the Master System to make things right again. Before dying, the Master gives his genetic code sample to protect Mega Man, and orders him to delete all data in Elysium’s library. (Read more on Wikia.com)
The Mega Man series, known as Rockman (ロックマン Rokkuman?) in Japan and often referred as the “original Mega Man” or “Mega Man Classic”, is the first series of the Mega Man franchise of games. The first game, Mega Man, was released on December 17, 1987 on the Famicom (FC) in Japan and on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in North America and Europe.
Most of the main games in the series are referred to as “Mega Man” (or “Rockman”) followed by a number (2, 3, etc.). However, the ninth game in the classic series (not counting the “side-stories”) is called Mega Man & Bass. The tenth official game in the classic series is titled Mega Man 9, while the eleventh one is titled Mega Man 10; both of which have a retro look, imitating the 8-bit appearance of the NES Mega Man games. (Read more on Wikia.com)
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Met is a recurring Mechaniloid enemy from the Mega Man series that has a indestructible hard hat. The word Met is derived from the word helmet. They are also called Mettool, Metall, Mettall, and Mettaur. They didn’t have an official name in English, changing between the three names through the games until 2004 when the name Mettaur was used in all western Mega Man games since. Their official Japanese name is Metall (メットール Mettōru?), with Mettool and similars being mistranslations. (Read more on Wikia)
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Mega Man X8, known as Rockman X8 (ロックマンX8?) in Japan, is a game of the Mega Man X series released for the PlayStation 2 in 2004. The game was later ported to the PC in South Korea, Europe and the United States.
In 21XX, the humans have by now grown weary of Reploids becoming Maverick and their endless rebellions. Thanks to new technology, humans began migrations to the Moon with the “Jakob Project”. As part of the project, the Jakob Orbital Elevator was built in the Galápagos Islands, and a highly advanced new generation of Reploids have been created to work in the Moon’s surface. However, Vile captured the Reploid in charge of the Jakob Project, Lumine, and several Maverick attacks break out around the world. The Maverick Hunters have to fight against the Mavericks while trying to locate Lumine. (Read more on Wikia)
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Roll (ロール Rōru?) is a kind-hearted humanoid robot created by Dr. Light to be a house keeper, helping around Dr. Light’s Laboratory by cleaning and cooking. She is the “little sister” of Mega Man and Proto Man. Her dream is to one day open a hospital and help people. (Read more on Wikia)