This article is about the main character of the Mega Man X series. For the main character in the classic series, see Mega Man. For the game with the same name, see Mega Man X (video game). For any other reference, see Mega Man (disambiguation).
"X" redirects here. For the discontinued tournament series, see X Tournament Series.
Mega Man X
Mega Man X
Mega Man symbol
X's trophy render in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
Universe Mega Man
First appearance Mega Man X (1993)
MG appearance(s) Super Smash Flash
Species Robot Master
Gender Male
Alignment Good
Voiced by (Japanese) Megumi Ogata (X1)
Kentarō Itō (X4)
Shōtarō Morikubo (X5-X7)
Takahiro Sakurai (X8, CM, IHX, PXZ)
Takahiro Mizushima (Zero series, ZX series)
Voiced by (English) Mark Gatha (Mega Man X8, Mega Man Maverick Hunter X)
Ted Sroka (Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite)
Company Capcom

Mega Man X, known in Japan as Rockman X (ロックマンX) or simply known as X for short, is the main character of the Mega Man X sub-series and an alternate incarnation of the classic Mega Man. He appears in Super Smash Flash as a playable character. Though initially meant to "return" in some way, he was replaced with the original Mega Man in Super Smash Flash 2.

Character description

Mega Man X was created by Dr. Thomas Light as the first robot to have the capability to think, feel and act independently. Fearing that X might become a threat to the world (or that the world was not prepared for him in the Maverick Hunter X version), Dr. Light sealed X in a capsule to test his circuits. Many years later, Dr. Cain discovered X and was shocked at his design as they were far more complex than anything yet ever seen. Dr. Cain used X's design specifications and mass-produced his own robots which would later be called Reploids. However, because of a design flaw, Reploids grew more violent and these violent Reploids were deemed Mavericks. Thus, the human government formed an organization designed to combat these violent Reploids which would be known as the Maverick Hunters. X then joined the Maverick Hunters, becoming part of Sigma's 17th Elite Unit. Due to his hesitation on the battle-field, X remained a B-Class hunter.

In the Super Smash Flash series

In Super Smash Flash

MG icon Main article: Mega Man X (Super Smash Flash)
SSF Mega Man X

Mega Man X, erroneously referred to as "Megaman", appears as the only starter character of the Mega Man universe. All of his attacks involve shooting different beams in a similar way to Samus. He also has one voice clip sample, making him one of the few third-party characters to have them.

In Super Smash Flash 2

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Model X

Mega Man X, again misrepresented simply as "Megaman", was originally intended to appear in Super Smash Flash 2 using his Biometal Model X form from Mega Man ZX, but he was completely replaced with the original Mega Man after a unanimous vote among the developers. The only other thing known about his intended appearance was his Final Smash, the Copy X Transformation.



X's costume appearance in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.

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