Megaman and Boktai links


[edit] Megaman + Django

Through the course of both games, Megaman Battle Network 5 and Boktai 2 seem to become more and more linked with each other. It turns out that there is an appearance by both characters in each game, and that they both have a multiplayer mode with each other. Likewise with Megaman Battle Network 4 and Boktai, and also with Megaman Battle Network 6 and Boktai 3, although less is known (as far) about these links.

This is Sol Cross Megaman. This form is taken by fusing Sol Django with Megaman.EXE. An odd fact about this form is that Sol Django was not available in Boktai 2, but they fused anyway.

[edit] Boktai: The Sun is in Your Hand

[edit] Links with Megaman Battle Network 4

In MegaMan Battle Network 4 Red Sun/Blue Moon, Django is part of a funhouse ride featuring vampires. The boss of the vampire robot, whose network contains a story following the adventures of Django fighting the evil vampire Dracky, is ShadeMan.EXE. Django and Otenko later appears in the Undernet as part of a mini-quest to acquire the "S. Sensor" item and activate the Piledriver. He hopes that the Piledriver will delete ShadeMan.EXE, who sleeps in a coffin before Django, regaining strength to revive. The Program Advance 'PileDrvr' is done by selecting the 'GunSol1', 'GunSol2' and 'GunSol3' chips at the same time on the chip selection screen. PileDrvr creates 2 large solar-generators, which each drain 400 HP from enemies between them.

[edit] Boktai 2

[edit] Links with Megaman Battle Network 5

In Megaman Battle Network 5: Double Team DS, by slotting Boktai 2: Solar Boy Django (or in Japan, Shin Bokura no Taiyō Gyakushū no Sabata (Boktai 3: Sabata's Counterattack)), you may obtain "Sol Cross MegaMan.EXE/RockMan.EXE", which gives you a Gun del Sol charge shot and several other abilities. 'GunDelSol' 1, 2, 3 and EX are also available as Battle chips, and there is a Navi chip named 'Django' as well. Combining 2 GunDelSol (D) and one Django SP (D) in that order will give you the PileDriver PA. It's fair to say that in these games, the links are at their peak.

[edit] Megaman Sidequest

After Jormungandr is defeated, ShadeMan.EXE is available as an optional boss. After he is defeated, Django gains the MegaBuster. However, to use the "Charge Shot" function, the player must fight at least a few Crossover Battles, and trade the resultant points for a possible "Mega Power" protector. Other MegaMan armors are also available.

[edit] Crossover battles

When a Game Boy Advance Wireless Adapter is connected to a Game Boy Advance playing Boktai 2: Solar Boy Django, you are able to connect to Megaman Battle Network 5 (Rockman.EXE 5: Team of Blues or Team of Colonel for the original title) by entering the code L R L R L L R R R R L L SELECT START SELECT START at the Link menu. This places Django in an area with the vampire enemy in Battle Network 5, Shademan, who also appears for the person playing Battle Network 5. The object is to either attempt to defeat ShadeMan.EXE with each player’s game before the other or to attack MegaMan.EXE (Rockman.EXE in the original Japanese version) or Django via special attacks through ShadeMan and reduce their opponent's HP to zero.

[edit] Chips obtained through Crossover

  • Otenko
  • Django
  • DjangoSP
  • DjangoDS
  • Shademan
  • ShademanSP
  • ShademanDS
  • Pulse Arrow 1
  • Pulse Arrow 2
  • Pulse Arrow 3
  • Gun Del Sol 1
  • Gun Del Sol 2
  • Gun Del Sol 3
  • Gun Del Sol EX
  • Black Wing

[edit] Protectors Obtained through Crossover

  • Proto Power
  • Toad Power
  • Mail of Luna
  • Cloth Armor
  • Mega Power
  • Guts Power
  • Blood-Soaked Cape
  • Thief's Clothes

[edit] Lunar Knights

[edit] Links with Megaman Star Force

In the Japanese versions of Lunar Knights and Megaman Star Force, these two games become more and more linked with each other. In Lunar Knights, an additional Terrenial (named War Rock) can be obtained in a sidequest involving characters from Megaman Star Force (although little is known about this sidequest). In Megaman Star Force, new battle cards are obtainable featuring characters from the Lunar Knights series. It is unknown how these cards are obtained without the use of cheat devices such as Action Replay.

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