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The standard Met.

Met (a shortening or nickname that came from the original Mega Man NES manual) is a recurring enemy from the Mega Man franchise. Their actual names were rendered in English as Metall (メットール Mettōru, derived from "all helmet") or Mettool in earlier appearances. They didn't have a consistent localization in English until 2004 when the name Mettaur was used in all western Mega Man games since. Mets contain an indestructible hard hat that makes them invincible while hiding under it, although a few games allow the player to bypass this.

Metall

Metall
Metall-MM1.png
Information
In-Game Information
HP: 1
Attack Damage: 1
Misc. Information
Kanji: メットール
Romaji: Mettōru
Designer(s): CAPCOM
Series Information
Official Game Appearances: Mega Man
MettallSprite

The Metall (メットール Mettōru), often called "Met", is an industrial robot that appears in Guts Man's stage. It sits on the floor hidden in its indestructible helmet, and when someone gets close it lifts its helmet and shoots three diverging bullets.

This variant reappears in Mega Man 9 as Metall β.

Neo Metall

Neo Metall
Met.png
Information
In-Game Information
HP: 1
Attack Damage: 2 (shots)
4 (contact)
Misc. Information
Kanji: ネオメットール
Romaji: Neo Mettōru
Designer(s): CAPCOM
Series Information
Official Game Appearances: Mega Man 3
NeoMettallSprite

The Neo Metall (ネオメットール Neo Mettōru) is an upgrade of the Met. It now has feet and can walk.

Metall DX

The Metall DX (メットールDX Mettōru DX, Metall Deluxe) is an upgraded version of the Met that appears in Mega Man 3. Most of the Metall DX act similar to the Neo Metalls from Mega Man 2, but there are some that have retractable propellers in their head that allow them to fly. They fly up to Mega Man and shoot three bullets down on him.

Giant Metall

Giant Metall
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Information
In-Game Information
HP: 12
Attack Damage: 8 (contact), 6 (cannonball)
Weakness(es): Clash Blaster
Misc. Information
Kanji: ジャイアントメットール
Romaji: Jaianto Mettōru
Designer(s): CAPCOM
Series Information
Official Game Appearances: Mega Man 3
Inc Game Appearances: Quint's Revenge
Giant Metall

The Giant Metall (ジャイアントメットール Jaianto Mettōru) is a sub-boss from Mega Man 3 that can shoot giant bullets and throw out three regular Mets. It can only be hurt on the red "+" mark on its helmet. It is the sub-boss of Needle Man's stage in Quint's Revenge. It is re-fought as part of the Mini-Boss Parade in Wily Castle 3.

Metall EX

Metall EX
Met.png
Information
In-Game Information
HP: 1 (walking/jumping)
3 (Metall Dance)
Attack Damage: 2 (shots)
3 (contact)
Misc. Information
Kanji: メットールEX
Romaji: Mettōru EX
Series Information
Official Game Appearances: Mega Man 4
Inc Game Appearances: Mega Man Y+1
MetallEX.png

Metall EX (メットールEX Mettōru EX) is the name used for all three types of Mets in Mega Man 4 (walk, jump, and spin), but the spinning Met is also known as "Metall Dance" (メットールダンス Mettōru Dansu) in RockBoard. The first two Met versions act similar to typical Mets, walking or jumping after shooting, but the Metall Dance does a sort of ballet spin that shoots three shots in a row, straight out.

Metall Swim

Metall Swim
MetallSwimArt.png
Information
In-Game Information
HP: 1
Attack Damage: Mega Man 4:
2 (shots)
3 (contact)
Mega Man 5:
2 (shots)
5 (contact)
Misc. Information
Kanji: メットールスイム
Romaji: Mettōru Suimu
Series Information
Official Game Appearances: Mega Man 4
Mega Man 5
MetallSwim.png

The Metall Swim (メットールスイム Mettōru Suimu) is a Met equipped with flippers and a snorkel that first appears in Mega Man 4. Swim Mets bob up and down to swim toward Mega Man while shooting. They still take only one shot to go down.

Metall Daddy

Metall Daddy
MetallDaddyArt.png
Information
In-Game Information
HP: 28
Attack Damage: 7 (contact)
Weakness(es): Ring Boomerang/Dust Crusher
Misc. Information
Kanji: メットールダディ
Romaji: Mettōru Dadi
Series Information
Official Game Appearances: Mega Man 4
MetallDaddy.png

Metall Daddy (メットールダディ Mettōru Dadi) is the first boss of the Wily Castle in Mega Man 4. This Met can jump to where Mega Man stands, and when it lands, it makes four normal Mets fall from the top of the screen.

Space Metall

Space Metall
SpaceMetallArt.png
Information
In-Game Information
HP: 1
Attack Damage: 3 (contact)
Misc. Information
Kanji: スペースメットール
Romaji: Supēsu Mettōru
Series Information
Official Game Appearances: Mega Man 5
SpaceMetall.png

The Space Metall (スペースメットール Supēsu Mettōru) is a type of Met equipped with jet packs to chase enemies. Because of this, Space Mets are unable to shoot and hide into their helmets.

Metall β

Metall β
Information
In-Game Information
HP: 1
Attack Damage: 2
Misc. Information
Kanji: メットールβ
Romaji: Mettōruβ
Series Information
Official Game Appearances: Mega Man 9
Mettall.png

The Metall β (メットールβ Mettōruβ) originally appears in quite a few stages in Mega Man 9. Its "cousin" is the Camouflametall. It looks and acts exactly like the Met from the first Mega Man game.

Camouflametall

Camouflametall
Information
In-Game Information
HP: 1
Attack Damage: 2
Misc. Information
Kanji: カモフラメットール
Romaji: Kamofuramettōru
Designer(s): CAPCOM
Series Information
Official Game Appearances: Mega Man 9
Inc Game Appearances: Christmas Carol 2
Mega Man Camouflametall Proto Man Camouflametall

The Camouflametall (カモフラメットール Kamofuramettōru), also known as 1-Up Met or Fake 1-Up, is a Metall disguised as a 1-Up. Bullets are able to pass through to further trick the player. It is able to change color to match the weapon being used by the player.

Neo Metall X

Neo Metall X
NeoMetXArt.png
Information
In-Game Information
Misc. Information
Kanji: ネオメットールX
Romaji: Neo Mettōru X
Designer(s): CAPCOM
Series Information
Official Game Appearances: Mega Man 10
NeoMetX.png

The Neo Metall X (ネオメットールX Neo Mettōru X) is a variety from Mega Man 10 that acts similar to the Neo Metall from Mega Man 2.

Neo Heli Metall

Neo Heli Metall
Information
In-Game Information
Misc. Information
Kanji: ネオヘリメットール
Romaji: Neo Heri Mettōru
Designer(s): CAPCOM
Series Information
Official Game Appearances: Mega Man 10
NeoHeliMet.png

The Neo Heli Metall (ネオヘリメットール Neo Heri Mettōru) is a flying Met from Mega Man 10. They fly in place and stay inside their helmets, appearing at times to attack.

Numetall

Numetall
Information
In-Game Information
Misc. Information
Kanji: ヌメットール
Romaji: Numettōru
Designer(s): CAPCOM
Series Information
Official Game Appearances: Mega Man 10
Numetall.png

The Numetall (ヌメットール Numettōru) is a slug-like Met from Mega Man 10. They release three destructible balls of sludge that stick on the player, causing them to slip and slide as if they were on ice. Its name is a combination of Metall and the Japanese word "numetteru", which means "being slippery". They are also better at hiding under their helmet than normal Metalls.

Box Met

Box Met
Information
In-Game Information
HP:  ???
Attack Damage:  ???
Misc. Information
Designer(s): ACESpark
Series Information
Inc Game Appearances: Megaman's Christmas Carol 2
BoxMet.png

Created en-mass by the Deathmas Tree, these Mets are capable of indefinite flight, and are far more durable than your standard type.

Elemetall

Elemetall type mets are designed with specific elemental abilities.

Heatool

Heatool
Information
In-Game Information
HP: 1
Attack Damage: 3 (contact)
3 (fireball)
Series Information
Inc Game Appearances: Mega Man Revolution
MMR-Heatool.png

The Heatool's original programming makes it seem like a coward. It was designed to spit fire and then walk away and it still retains that trait, except now it does so at intruders.

Meticical

Meticical
Information
In-Game Information
HP: 1
Attack Damage: 4 (contact)
3 (shots)
Series Information
Inc Game Appearances: Mega Man Revolution
MMR-Metrical.png

The Meticical was designed to function in colder climates. Unlike its cousin the Heatool, this one likes to run at intruders.

Meton

Meton
Information
In-Game Information
HP: 1
Attack Damage: 4 (contact)
3 (shots)
Series Information
Inc Game Appearances: Mega Man Revolution
MMR-Meton.png

Hiding inside a modified Oil Drum, this lazy version of the Met only becomes active if it takes a blow to its canon helmet or if an intruder tries to pass by them.

Mimmicks

Mimmicks are variants of the Camouflametall that became more skilled at hiding.

Mimmick Met

Mimmick Met
Information
In-Game Information
HP: 1
Attack Damage: 3 (contact)
3 (shots)
Series Information
Inc Game Appearances: Mega Man Revolution
MMR-MimmicMet.png

The Mimmick Met appears as a large energy capsule. Unlike the standard Camouflametall, they can be damaged even while hiding.

Mimmick Meton

Mimmick Meton
Information
In-Game Information
HP: 1
Attack Damage: 4 (contact)
3 (shots)
Misc. Information
Designer(s): ACESpark
Series Information
Inc Game Appearances: Mega Man Revolution
MMR-MimmicMeton.png

The Mimmick Meton appears as an E-tank but unlike the lesser Met variant, is able to still reflect bullets like the Camouflametall.

Cart Rider

Cart Rider
Information
In-Game Information
HP: 1
Attack Damage: 6 (contact)
Series Information
Inc Game Appearances: Quint's Revenge
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Cart Riders ride inside a mine cart for quick transportation. Lacking hands, they tend to crash an awful lot, a somewhat serious design flaw.

Reflexor Met

Reflexor Met
Information
In-Game Information
HP: 2
Attack Damage: 3 (shots)
Misc. Information
Designer(s): ACESpark
Series Information
Inc Game Appearances: Quint's Revenge
QR ReflexorMet.png

The Reflexor Met is a Metall housed inside an energy barrier generator, these are almost entirely impossible to destroy with conventional weaponry, however a couple of weapons can bypass the barriers and target the Met itself. These Mets react to their barriers being shot at, and are surprisingly accurate.

Warped Rocket Metall

Warped Rocket Metall
Information
In-Game Information
HP: 1
Attack Damage: 4 (contact)
6 (rocket)
Series Information
Inc Game Appearances: Quint's Revenge
QR WarpedRocketMet.png

The Warped Rocket Metall is a Space Metall that has been heavily modified to fire rockets.

Metall Swim Ω

Metall Swim Ω
Information
In-Game Information
Series Information
Inc Game Appearances: Mega Man Y+1

The Metall Swim Ω is a Metall Swim appearing in Mega Man Y+1 that has been modified to shoot bubble things instead of regular shots.


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Laffic Trite • Man-O-War • MetMetonMeticicalMimmick MetMimmick MetonMobinade • Pengoo
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Xeno Claw • Xeno Egg • Xeno Runner
- Sub-bosses -
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Removed Content
- Bosses -
Big FishDefender
- Weapons -
Shooting StarFire SpreadRemote Missile
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Quint's Revenge
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List of Robot Masters
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Other Bosses
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Sakugarne
List of Enemies
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Wanaan • Warped Bomber Cannon • Warped Ice Joe • Warped Kkero Fiend • Warped Met Joe • Warped Monking
Warped Nuclear Chicken • Warped Nuclear Telly • Warped Pit Fiend Shot • Warped Rocket Metall
- Sub-bosses -
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Removed Content
Jona
Miscellaneous
 ?
Mega Man Y+1
List of Robot Masters
Timber ManPuppet ManAngler WomanMimic WomanVolt ManPhoenix ManToxic ManMelon Man
Other Bosses
Optic DevilInterlude
Special Weapons
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List of Enemies
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- Sub-bosses -
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