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Ride Man
Ride Man.jpg
Personal Information
Race Android
Gender Male
Faction Robot Masters
Function Gunslinger
Technical Specifications
Primary Shootout
Type Physical
Secondary Chain Lasso
Type Physical
OOC Information
Game Rockman.EXE Legend of Network
Theme Song

Ride Man transformed.
Ride Man's Stardroid mode, Mars.

Character Data

"See, there are two kinds of people in this world, my friend: those with loaded guns, and those who dig."


Ride Man is more delusional than the average Robot Master. He believes himself to be an outlaw from the American Weird West, which by itself is almost ordinary for a Robot Master. What sets Ride Man apart is that he narrates his actions as they occur, describing events and things as he encounters them. Ride Man's constant talking helps to offset his crack aim with his modified six-shooters, as he finds it hard to sneak up on people. When firearms fail him, Ride Man may also use a long chain he uses as a lasso, along with razor-sharp mecha-tumbleweeds that are never far from him. Dr. Wily tolerates these quirks because of Ride Man's incredible gunfighting skill, as well as his necessary narration of his ultimate victory over the Earth. A tough hombre in the vein of Clint Eastwood, Ride Man is so leathery and weather-beaten that even his serape has a serape.


Not Dynamo, Equusthrope, Tomahawk Man's Worst Nightmare, Hope Rides Ahorseback, Walks Through The Desert, Is A Horse With No Name, Thirty Thirty, Dude Is In The Wrong Genre, VA: Logan Cunningham (The Narrator From Bastion)