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|Robot Master Serial Numbers
Artwork from Mega Man 4.
|Ring Man, Ringman
|Mega Man 4, Mega Man IV
|Serial Number: DWN-029
Mega Man & Bass CD: 029
|Ring Man's stage (Mega Man 4), Ring Man's stage (Mega Man IV)
|1994 animated series info
|Mega-Pinocchio, Bad Day at Peril Park
Ring Man is a red and black robot with many golden rings as part of his design, including one on each foot, several on his arms, one around his forehead and a small ring on top of his helmet. His power is to generate Ring Boomerangs, which can be thrown and return to him.
In the Games
Mega Man 4
In Mega Man 4, Ring Man is one of the main eight Robot Master bosses and appears as the first choice (in reading order) on the stage select screen. His stage is set around an odd glass structure with a slight space theme to it.
Ring Man has the ability to throw Ring Boomerangs, which travel a long distance before returning to him, only moving on horizontal and diagonal paths while doing so. His pattern is predictable, as he always throws one ring forward, jumps up and throws another, then runs across to the opposite side of the room. If Mega Man shoots at him too often while he is switching sides, he may throw another ring while walking, but does not otherwise change his pattern.
Battle Network era
Although Ring Man does not have a Net Navi with his name, a female Navi named Ring.EXE appears to be based on him. She appears in Mega Man Battle Chip Challenge as a playable Navi, alongside her operator, Mary.
Mega Man & Bass CD
Mega Man Legacy Collection Database
Ring Man appears under "Mega Man 4" in the Database in Mega Man Legacy Collection and is the fifth Robot Master listed for the game. Like other Robot Masters, he can be fought by pressing a designated button while viewing his data.
|A robot made for battle. His Ring Boomerangs are swift and strong, so be ready to jump and dodge.