Flame Hyenard (フレイム・ハイエナード) is a Maverick from the X era, appearing as one of the main bosses in Mega Man X7. He is a fire-themed Reploid based on a hyena, who fights with fireballs and clone attacks. He is a member of the vigilante syndicate Red Alert.
In the Games
Mega Man X7
Flame Hyenard debuts in Mega Man X7 as one of the eight Mavericks on the Stage Select screen. He is a tortured and manic soul who takes over a factory, serving as the boss of the Lava Factory stage. He stands atop a giant gazelle Mechaniloid while his clones pester his foes with fireballs. Defeating Flame Hyenard grants Circle Blaze to Axl and X, and Bakuenjin to Zero. His weakness is the Splash Laser or Suiretsusen from Splash Warfly, which instantly destroys his clones. A boss attack rematch with Flame Hyenard later occurs in the Crimson Palace.
Other Game Appearances
- In TEPPEN, Flame Hyenard appears as a Unit Card.
|He has taken over an industrial complex and waits to ambush the Maverick Hunters. In addition to controlling a gigantic gazelle Mechaniloid, he can also split into three bodies to disorient his enemies.
|A Reploid who attacks alongside a giant Mechaniloid. The boss himself splits into three bodies to launch powerful attacks, such as fireballs and homing missiles.
|The giant gazelle Mechaniloid fires homing missiles.
|Throws a fireball.
|Surrounds the player with clones and runs around them.
|Alternates between dashing and throwing fireballs with his clones.
|Hyenard has taken over an industrial complex, where he now lies in wait for the Maverick Hunters. He has taken control of a huge gazelle-shaped Mechaniloid and produces diversionary clones of himself to confuse enemies.
Behind the Scenes
- "A hyena dressed in armor inspired by bones and flames. He's wearing a small burner or stovetop. At first, he had a cool lion-like face, but the hyena's face is actually ugly, so now he has his current face. His dark eyes are alluring." - (Concept Art Room)
|Flame Hyenard (フレイム・ハイエナード)
|"Hyenard" is a corruption of the word hyena.
- ↑ MM25: Mega Man & Mega Man X Official Complete Works. 2013.
- ↑ Game manual, Rockman X7. July 2003.
- ↑ (Archived) Capcom Japan official website, Rockman X7. 2003. (http://www.capcom.co.jp/rockmanx7/)