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Character Info
MMX3 - Mac Art.png
Artwork from Mega Man X3.
General information
Group(s):Maverick Hunters, Doppler Army
Appearances:Mega Man X3
Game Info
Stage(s):Hunter Base

Mac (マック) is a character and antagonist in the X era, serving as a sub-boss in Mega Man X3. He is a Reploid who was formerly a Maverick Hunter, until he went Maverick and joined the Doppler Army.

In the Games

Mega Man X3

Sprite from Mega Man X3.

In Mega Man X3, Mac appears as a sub-boss in the game's Opening Stage, Hunter Base. When X comes across him, a cutscene plays where Mac paralyzes X and captures him with a Hangerter, revealing he has betrayed the Maverick Hunters and plans to bring him to Dr. Doppler. Shortly after, Zero appears and the player controls him to pursue. Zero swiftly destroys Mac and the Hangerter, freeing X and allowing him to finish the stage.

Other Game Appearances

  • In Rockman ✕over, Mac can be fought as a Team Boss.
  • In Zombie Cafe, Mac appears as an enemy in the Rockman X event.
  • In TEPPEN, Mac appears as a Unit Card and in other cards.

Other Media

  • In the Rockman X3 manga, Mac reprises his role from Mega Man X3.
  • In the Archie Mega Man comic, Mac appears in the "Worlds Unite" arc as one of the Mavericks resurrected in Sigma's army.

Official Data

Mega Man X3

A Maverick Hunter who betrayed the Hunters after being exposed to the Sigma Virus. He set a trap to capture X in Dr. Doppler's rebellion.[1][2]


  • For April Fools' Day 2019, Rockman Unity jokingly announced plans to produce Ver.Ke models of various Mega Man characters, including Mac, Axl, and Alia. The next year, for April Fools' Day 2020, Rockman Unity announced ceramic silver Mega Man rings that would cost ¥690 million (roughly $4.5 million USD) each, showing designs for Mac and Sigma rings.


  1. Kodansha Manga Hyakka #34: Rockman X Chō Hyakka. April 1996.
  2. Comic BomBom Special #99: Ketteiban - Rockman 7 & Rockman X3 Chō Hyakka. February 1996.

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