List of SSB4 trophies (Mega Man series)

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This article is about Mega Man trophies in Super Smash Bros. 4. For other lists of trophies, see List of trophies (disambiguation).

Both Versions[edit]

Name Picture Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Picture Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Price Description Trophy Box
Mega Man
Fighter
MegaManTrophy3DS.png MegaManTrophyWiiU.png Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS — G; Play Coin.png —
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U — G
NTSC The main hero from Capcom's 1987 action game, Mega Man. He travels from stage to stage, defeating Robot Masters to obtain new weapons. He uses this vast arsenal in Smash Bros. in a variety of ways. Metal Blades, for example, can be fired in eight directions and picked up off the ground!

PAL In 1989, Capcom's new action hero, Mega Man, arrived in Europe! He made his way through levels, defeated bosses and took their weapons. He's got plenty of weapons in this game, too. His Metal Blade, for example, can be thrown in eight directions and goes right through foes! If it sticks in the ground, though, anyone can pick it up.

NES: Mega Man (12/1987)
NES: Mega Man 2 (07/1989)
85. Mega Man and Friends
Mega Man (Alt.)
Fighter
MegaManAltTrophy3DS.png MegaManAltTrophyWiiU.png Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS — G; Play Coin.png —
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U ? G
NTSC Mega Man has more than 10 different weapons at his disposal. His forward air attack, Flame Sword, affects a wide area and doesn't leave much of an opening, making it useful in a variety of situations. His Leaf Shield special spins four leaves around him to deflect projectiles or hurt foes. He can also fire the leaves forward.

PAL Mega Man has more than ten different weapons at his disposal. His forward air attack, Flame Sword, affects a wide area and doesn't leave much of an opening, making it useful in a variety of situations. His Leaf Shield special spins four leaves around him to block attacks projectiles. He can also fire the leaves forwards.

NES: Mega Man (12/1987)
NES: Mega Man 2 (07/1989)
86. Mega Man
Rush Coil
Fighter Related
RushTrophy3DS.png RushTrophyWiiU.png Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS 1500 G; Play Coin.png 40
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U ? G
NTSC A faithful robotic dog created by Dr. Light, he can transform into vehicles and even fuse with Mega Man. You can use Mega Man's up special to call Rush to your side, bouncing off his built-in spring and flying high into the air. Rush will hang around for a bit, so spring up again if you want!

PAL Mega Man's robotic dog Rush has many talents. He can transform into vehicles and even fuse with Mega Man, which is both cool and slightly weird. Even cooler is his Rush Coil function. Use Mega Man's up special to call Rush, jump on his back, and enjoy the extra boost you only get from a bouncy, robotic-dog back spring.

NES: Mega Man 3 (11/1990)
85. Mega Man and Friends
Beat
Fighter Related
BeatTrophy3DS.png BeatTrophyWiiU.png Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS 500 G; Play Coin.png 10
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U ? G
A bird-shaped support robot created by the genius scientist Dr. Cossack. Beat first appeared in Mega Man 5, where he was available to use only after Mega Man collected all eight plates hidden throughout the game. He flies toward enemies and attacks, making him a trusted ally when facing both regular enemies and bosses.
NES: Mega Man 5 (12/1992)
NES: Mega Man 6 (03/1994)
85. Mega Man and Friends
X NTSC
Mega Man X PAL
Fighter Related
MegaManXTrophy3DS.png MegaManXTrophyWiiU.png Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS 300 G; Play Coin.png 5
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U ? G
NTSC The hero of the Mega Man X series is a Reploid—a type of robot with the same thought capacity as a human. Built for combat, his powerful X-Buster is capable of Charge Shots. He also upgrades himself with parts he finds. In Smash Bros., he appears as part of Mega Man's Final Smash.

PAL The hero of the Mega Man X series is a Reploid - a type of robot with the same thought patterns as a human. Built for combat, he's equipped with the X-Buster, a weapon capable of Charge Shots. He also upgrades himself with parts he finds. In this game, he appears as part of Mega Man's Final Smash.

SNES: Mega Man X (01/1994)
SNES: Mega Man X2 (01/1995)
87. Mega Man Heroes
MegaMan Volnutt
Fighter Related
MegaManVolnuttTrophy3DS.png MegaManVolnuttTrophyWiiU.png Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS ? G; Play Coin.png —
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U ? G
NTSC The 14-year-old star of the Mega Man Legends series was found as a baby by Barrell Caskett, a Digger (someone who explores ancient ruins), who then took him in and raised him. He uses a wide array of weapons to fight his foes, the Reaverbots. In Smash Bros., he appears in Mega Man's Final Smash.

PAL The 14-year-old star of the Mega Man Legends series was found as a baby by Barrell Caskett, a Digger (someone who explores ancient ruins), who then took him in and raised him. He uses a wide array of weapons to fight his foes, the Reaverbots. In this game, he appears in Mega Man's Final Smash.

N64: Mega Man 64 (02/2001)
87. Mega Man Heroes
MegaMan.EXE
Fighter Related
MegaManEXETrophy3DS.png MegaManEXETrophyWiiU.png Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS 800 G; Play Coin.png 20
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U ? G
One of the main characters of the Mega Man Battle Network series. He's a NetNavi—a program with a unique personality stored in his real-world operator Lan Hikari's PET (Personal Terminal). He busts viruses in the virtual world and helps Lan deal with day-to-day issues. He's in Mega Man's Final Smash.
GB Advance: Mega Man Battle Network (10/2001)
GB Advance: Mega Man Battle Network 4 (06/2004)
87. Mega Man Heroes
Star Force Mega Man
Fighter Related
MegaManStarForceTrophy3DS.png MegaManStarForceTrophyWiiU.png Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS ? G; Play Coin.png —
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U ? G
In the Mega Man Star Force series, young Geo Stelar and his alien partner merge to become the powerful fighter Mega Man. They've saved the planet on many occasions, but very few people know this Mega Man's true identity. He appears as part of Mega Man's Final Smash.
Nintendo DS: Mega Man Star Force (08/2007)
Nintendo DS: Mega Man Star Force 2 (06/2008)
87. Mega Man Heroes
Elec Man
Assist Trophy
ElecManTrophy3DS.png ElecManTrophyWiiU.png Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS ? G; Play Coin.png —
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U ? G
NTSC A robot created to help manage the power at nuclear plants. He specializes in directing power flow, handling levels of energy that would short out lesser robots. When he is called into battle, he'll zip around while firing his Thunder Beam in all directions. Don't get zapped!

PAL A robot created to control the voltage of nuclear power plants. He's sharp, speedy, and excels at commanding electrical currents (an unexpected forte for a robot). When you call on him in this game, he'll zip around, firing his Thunder Beam up, down and straight ahead. Anyone hit by the beam will be in for a shock!

NES: Mega Man (12/1987)
86. Mega Man
Yellow Devil
Enemy
YellowDevilTrophy3DS.png YellowDevilTrophyWiiU.png Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS ? G; Play Coin.png —
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U ? G
NTSC This massive baddy splits itself into small pieces and flies across the battlefield, striking anyone in the way. Deal damage to it by attacking the eye, or hide behind its body to avoid your foes. Be careful— whoever deals the final blow triggers an enemy-launching explosion!

PAL This towering foe splits himself into small bits to move across the stage and wreak havoc. If you can get behind him, you can use him as a shield and also hit his eye more easily. Hit his eye enough and he'll explode! Try to get your opponents caught in the explosion to do some real damage!

NES: Mega Man (12/1987)
86. Mega Man
Mettaur
Enemy Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS
Series Related Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
MettaurTrophy3DS.png MettaurTrophyWiiU.png Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS ? G; Play Coin.png —
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U ? G
NTSC Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS This enemy comes to Smash Bros. from the Mega Man series, bringing its distinct yellow helmet along with it. Usually hiding under its helmet, every so often a Mettaur will show its face to fire off a few shots. You can't hurt them when they hunker down, but you can grab them...

Ntsc Super Smash Bros. for Wii U A familiar foe from the Mega Man series, these guys are pretty distinct with that big yellow helmet. It looks a lot like a hard hat from a construction site. It's pretty great protection - you can't really hurt these guys until they look up from under the helmet. The Cactuspy and slippery New Met are pretty similar.
PAL Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS An enemy from the Mega Man series, noteworthy for the yellow helmet covering its whole body. Every so often, a Mettaur will show its face and fire three shots at once. It'll only take damage when its face is showing, so time your attacks carefully. Alternatively, you can just grab it and lob it. Your choice.
Pal Super Smash Bros. for Wii U A familiar foe in the Mega Man series, noteworthy for the yellow helmet covering its whole body, which looks rather like the hard hats you see on construction sites. You can't hurt it until its face emerges from under the helmet, so watch for your chance to strike. Similar foes include the Cactuspy and the slippery New Met.

NES: Mega Man (12/1987)
NES: Mega Man 2 (07/1989)
86. Mega Man
Dr. Wily
Series Related
DrWilyTrophy3DS.png DrWilyTrophyWiiU.png Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS ? G; Play Coin.png —
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U ? G
NTSC A mad scientist from the Mega Man series who develops deadly robots to try and take over the world. He's not above stealing the robots made by other scientists and modifying them for his own evil ends, either. Dr. Wily has a tendency to beg for forgiveness when Mega Man inevitably defeats him; those tears don't look all that genuine, honestly...

PAL A mad scientist from the Mega Man series who develops deadly robots to help him take over the world. He's also not above taking robots made by other scientists and modifying them for his own evil ends. Dr. Wily has a tendency to beg for forgiveness when Mega Man inevitably defeats him, but somehow he never learns.

NES: Mega Man (12/1987)
NES: Mega Man 2 (07/1989)
86. Mega Man
E-Tank NTSC
Energy Tank PAL
Series Related
ETankTrophy3DS.png ETankTrophyWiiU.png Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS ? G; Play Coin.png —
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U ? G
NTSC These restore Mega Man's health. You can keep any you find and use them from the menu at any time. They first appeared in Mega Man 2. Later titles added items like Mystery Tanks, which also restore weapon power, and Mini E Tanks, which grant you an Energy Tank when you collect four.

PAL These are filled with simulated solar power that restores Mega Man's health. You can keep any you find and use them from the menu at any time. They first appeared in Mega Man 2. Later titles added items like Mystery Tanks, which also restore weapon power, and Mini e Tanks, which grant you an Energy Tank when you collect four.

NES: Mega Man 2 (07/1989)
NES: Mega Man 4 (01/1992)
86. Mega Man

Wii U Version[edit]

Name Picture Price Description Trophy Box
Mega Legends
Final Smash
MegaLegendsTrophyWiiU.png
— G
For Mega Man's Final Smash, he teams up with all-stars X, MegaMan Volnutt, MegaMan.EXE, and Star Force Mega Man, and they fire their Mega Busters in unision. The Black Hole Bomb fired at the start draws enemies in, and as long as that hits, the Mega Busters will follow. Make your foes see stars! 87. Mega Man Heroes
Dr. Light
Series Related
DrLightTrophyWiiU.png
? G
NTSC The genius scientist Dr. Thomas Light developed a variety of robots for peaceful purposes. Sadly, most of them were then reprogrammed by Dr. Wily and became warlike bringers of chaos. In order to combat them, Dr. Light saw no option but to convert his own robot assistant, Mega, into the heroic warrior Mega Man.

PAL The genius scientist Dr. Thomas Light developed a variety of robots for peaceful purposes. Sadly, most of them were then reprogrammed by Dr. Wily and became warlike bringers of chaos. In order to combat them, Dr. Light saw no option but to convert his own robot assistant, Rock, into the heroic warrior Mega Man.

NES: Mega Man (12/1987)
NES: Mega Man 2 (07/1989)
85. Mega Man and Friends
Roll
Series Related
RollTrophyWiiU.png
? G
A household robot that Mega Man thinks of as a sister. This trophy is based on the original Roll from Mega Man games 1 to 7. Her appearance and backstory may differ somewhat between titles, but she always has long, blonde hair, a red outfit and a kind, reliable personality. In some games, you can even play as her!
NES: Mega Man (12/1987)
NES: Mega Man 2 (07/1989)
85. Mega Man and Friends
Proto Man
Series Related
ProtoManTrophyWiiU.png
? G
A prototype robot developed by Dr. Light. After his completion, a critical problem was found in his energy core. He fled Dr. Light's care to die alone, but was then recovered by Dr. Wily and converted into a fighting machine. Since then, he's been both friend and foe to Mega Man and always something of a lone wolf.
NES: Mega Man 3 (11/1990)
SNES: Mega Man 7 (09/1995)
85. Mega Man and Friends
Eddie
Series Related
EddieTrophyWiiU.png
? G
This support robot first appeared in Mega Man 4. He'd pop up every now and then, flip his head open, and reveal a helpful item. The item is picked by random, but... hey, at least he's offering to help! In Mega Man 7, there's a giant spaceship modeled after him named Big Eddie, where Mega Man can trade for items.
NES: Mega Man 4 (01/1992)
SNES: Mega Man 7 (09/1995)
85. Mega Man and Friends
Zero (Mega Man)
Series Related
ZeroMegaManTrophyWiiU.png
? G
NTSC A close friend and mentor to X, Zero first appeared in Mega Man X. He's a Rank SA Maverick Hunter and is capable of instantly learning new moves from his enemies. Zero has great faith in X's hidden potential, and together they fight to take down Sigma and defeat his rebelling forces.

PAL A powerful SA-rank Maverick Hunter who can instantly learn new moves from his enemies. Zero first made an appearance in Mega Man X, and is a close friend and mentor of X, that game's protagonist. He believes in X's hidden potential, and together they fight to take down Sigma and his renegade forces.

SNES: Mega Man X (01/1994)
GB Advance: Mega Man Zero (09/2002)
87. Mega Man Heroes
Bass and Treble
Series Related
BassTrophyWiiU.png
? G
This combat robot created by Dr. Wily first appeared in Mega Man 7. He sees Mega Man as his rival and will stop at nothing to defeat him. This strong sense of pride often leads to him disobeying his creator's orders, too. Fusing with Treble, his support robot, powers him up and even allows him to fly.
SNES: Mega Man 7 (09/1995)
GB Advance: Mega Man & Bass (03/2003)
86. Mega Man

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Notes[edit]

  • Although Dr. Wily has a trophy on both the 3DS and Wii U versions, his pose is different between versions, his trophy is one of the many trophies in Super Smash Bros. 4 to have different poses in both versions. Wily's 3DS trophy depicts his pose when surrendering at the endings of the original Mega Man games after being defeated, while his Wii U trophy is posed identically to his official Mega Man 9 artwork.
  • Zero's trophy states that he appears in Mega Man X and Mega Man Zero. However, Zero's appearances in these two games are not identical to his trophy model, which is his model from Mega Man X2 onwards. In Mega Man X, Zero has spherical shoulders and lacks the Z-Saber. In the Mega Man Zero series, he and the Z-Saber have been completely redesigned.
  • Roll's Trophy interestingly states her second appearance in Mega Man 2 although Roll is never seen or mentioned in any version of Mega Man 2 up until the Rockman Complete Works version of the game (as a Navi support). Roll would make a small cameo in Mega Man 3 (which this title states her name as DLN-002 "Roll").