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Stone Man

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Robot Master Info
MM5 - Stone Man Art.png
Artwork from Mega Man 5.
MM5 - Stone Man Portrait.png
Stage portrait(s).
General information
Name(s):Stone Man, Stoneman
Group(s):Robot Masters
Appearances:Mega Man 5, Mega Man IV, Mega Man (Game Gear)
Related Numbers:Serial Number: DWN-035
Mega Man & Bass CD: 035
Built by:Dr. Wily
Designer:Kenta Oonishi
Game Info
Weapon(s):Power Stone
Weakness(es):Napalm Bomb
Stage(s):Stone Man's stage (Mega Man 5), Stone Man's stage (Mega Man IV), Stone Man's stage (Game Gear)

Stone Man (or Stoneman) is a Robot Master appearing in Mega Man 5. He is one of the Robot Masters ostensibly working for Proto Man in a bid for world domination, though like the others, he is later revealed to have been created by Dr. Wily.

Stone Man is a bulky, golem-like robot with a body made out of brown bricks. The bricks can fall apart and reassemble when he drops onto the ground, and he is also capable of using the Power Stone, which sends boulders spiralling out from his body.

In the Games

Mega Man 5

Boss sprite from Mega Man 5.

In Mega Man 5, Stone Man is one of the main eight Robot Master bosses and appears as the fourth choice (in reading order) on the stage select screen. His stage - the longest in the game - is set in a vast mountain range, going in and out of caves.

Stone Man spends much of the battle jumping around, crumbling apart when he hits the ground after a particularly large leap. He is invincible as a pile of rubble, but reconstructs himself soon after to continue his pattern. He is also able to use the Power Stone to create two flying rocks, which spiral out from him in a growing circle pattern, though this attack is rarely used and only if Mega Man is not very close to him.

Stone Man's weakness is the Napalm Bomb from Napalm Man, which deals 4 damage per hit. Defeating him grants Mega Man the Power Stone.

Battle Network era

Stone Man has a Net Navi equivalent in StoneMan.EXE, a golem made of massive grey and crimson stone blocks. He first appears as a minor boss in Mega Man Battle Network and has no operator.

Official Data

Mega Man & Bass CD

In Mega Man & Bass, Stone Man's CD is found in Ground Man's stage, who has a similar earth/stone theme. It is hidden in a Treasure Chest inside a small room, reachable only through a ladder in the ceiling.

035 Stone Man
MM&B - CD - Stone Man.png His Power Stone can let stones circle around him as a shield and a weapon. Guts Man is his friend. GOOD POINT:
Rocky persistence
Good movies
"Guts Man, let's go see a movie." DISLIKE:
Scrooge person

Mega Man Legacy Collection Database

Stone Man appears under "Mega Man 5" in the Database in Mega Man Legacy Collection and is the third Robot Master listed for the game. Like other Robot Masters, he can be fought by pressing a designated button while viewing his data.

MM5 - Stone Man Art.png Stone Man
Made to control a mountain from which the hanging gardens could be attacked. He can't be damaged when he's falling apart.
HP 28 AT 06 MMLC - Icon Weakness.png MMLC - Icon Napalm Bomb.png

Related Robot Masters

Stone Man is one of several Robot Masters with an earth, stone or mining theme. Others include:


  • Stone Man, Crystal Man and Circring Q9 are the only bosses in Mega Man 5 that take damage from Gravity Hold without it being their weakness; it only deals 1 damage per use, however.
  • Although Stone Man's large jump causes the screen to shake similarly to Guts Man and Hard Man, the effect is purely visual and does not stun or affect Mega Man.