Workout Tips – Video : Servbot Gym Training – Course 1 & 2, The Misadventures of Tron Bonne (Hard Mode)

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    Servbot Gym Training – Course 1 & 2, The Misadventures of Tron Bonne (Hard Mode)


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    Servbot Gym Training – Course 1 & 2, The Misadventures of Tron Bonne (Hard Mode)

    Course 1: Attack Training Course. A makeshift Town is setup, you must catch thrown bombs or pick up bombs to toss at the cutouts of villagers, 2 points for Glyde, Loathe, or Denise. sixty (60) seconds, one (1) minute of time to get all the points you can score.

    Course 2: Speed Training Course. Your servbot is in the kitchen (galley) and is prepared to serve during the lunch (runch) rush. Give the right order to each servebot as the line continues to move, be quick and feed all the lego men. A, B, C, D Lunch, Spaghetti, and Curry is on the menu. Lunch boxes or bento beat box?

    ‘Hard mode’ in the title refers to the two training courses being on Round 3.

    The Misadventures of Tron Bonne, known in Japan as Tron ni Kobun (トロンにコブン, Toron ni Kobun?, lit. « Tron and Henchmen »), is a video game that was developed and published by Capcom for the PlayStation. Released in Japan in 1999 and in North America and Europe in 2000, the game is part of the Mega Man Legends (Rockman DASH) series and the prequel of the first Legends game. Rather than focusing on the « good guy » characters of Megaman Trigger and Roll Caskett, the game follows series anti-hero Tron Bonne, sister of the criminal Bonne family of air pirates. The Japanese counterpart included PocketStation support whereas the North American and European version did not. The game has the same voice acting from the rest of the other Legends games for its main characters. In the North American version, Tron Bonne is voiced by Caroly Larson, while Teisel is voiced by Rob Smith (Tesshō Genda in Japan). This is the only game in the Legends series where Ikue Ohtani does not provide Bon Bonne’s voice for the NA version. In the Japanese version, Tron Ni Kobun features two songs, Love Letter and Magic!, both sung by Mayumi Iizuka, Tron Bonne’s Japanese voice actress.

    Numerous characters and elements from this game crossed over into the main Mega Man Legends series as well as carrying over to Tron and Mega Man’s appearances in other titles. Specifically, the characters of Glyde, and the Birdbots (Glyde’s sinister counterparts to the Servbots) appeared in Mega Man Legends 2, while the Beacon Bomb attack became one of Tron’s most useful moves in Marvel vs. Capcom 2. Tron Bonne and two Servbots had also appeared in MegaMan Battle Chip Challenge, where if one started as Mayl. She appears on the desk of her room as a figure. Tron is also a playable character in Namco x Capcom. Other characters, such as Denise Marmalade, do not appear in other games but are endearing nonetheless (though Denise did eventually reappeared in the most recent entry to the DASH series, Rockman DASH: 5tsu no Shima no Daibouken!).

    Servbot #41
    Originally there were 40 Servbots known in the Mega Man Legends series. However in Mega Man Legends 2, Servbot no. 20 wrote a letter to Mega Man which caused a big stir. The letter is written below:

    « Dear Mr. MegaMan, How are you? My name is Servbot #20. I am writing you to ask a favour. Miss Tron has been depressed ever since she met you in Pokte Village. She’s so depressed she won’t even come out of her room to eat. We’re all very worried about her. I’d like to ask you if you’d be willing to join us as Servbot #42. If you did, we’re sure it would cheer Miss Tron up. You’d enjoy working with us, and Miss Tron is a nice person to work for, even if she does torture us sometimes. Please think it over. Regards, Servbot no. 20 »

    Japanese game magazine Dengeki G would often do promotions to subscribers, in the form of special memory saves included in the magazine’s packaging that would unlock certain secrets and things. In July 1999 the promotion was to unlock a special Kobun (Servbot) in Tron ni Kobun (Misadventures of Tron Bonne). Designated #41 Dengeki (which means electric shock), this servbot had a strange sheepish anime face and blue head parts. All his stats can go all the way up to 4, and his special weapon is the Bazooka. This Servbot is probably the most powerful in the entire game, however his blue head parts prevent him from being chosen as the favorite. He hangs out in the cafeteria, and when talked to, seems to be a rabid fanboy of Tron. He says he can’t believe it’s really her, and asks her to call him #41. She just wonders where he came from.

    Servbot No. 41 can only be unlocked & used in the Japanese version of the game (Tron ni Kobun).

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