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|“||Sometimes, peace cannot be achieved unless those who spread war are destroyed.||„|
|~ Dr. Light, Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters|
He was voiced by Ian James Corlett in Captain N, Jack Evans in Mega Man 8, Randall Wiebe in Mega Man X8, Mega Man Maverick Hunter X and Mega Man Powered Up, Michael Mislove in Marvel VS Capcom Infinite and Doug Stone in Mega Man 11.
- 1 Appearance
- 2 Biography
- 3 Other Media
- 3.1 Mega Man IV
- 3.2 Mega Man V
- 3.3 Wily & Right's RockBoard: That's Paradise
- 3.4 Mega Man: The Wily Wars
- 3.5 Mega Man Soccer
- 3.6 Mega Man: Battle & Chase
- 3.7 Mega Man: The Power Battle
- 3.8 Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters
- 3.9 Rockman & Forte: Mirai Kara no Chōsensha
- 3.10 Rockman Strategy
- 3.11 Mega Man Powered Up
- 3.12 Rockman Xover
- 3.13 Marvel VS Capcom
- 3.14 Tatsunoko VS Capcom
- 3.15 Super Smash Bros.
- 4 Gallery
- 5 Navigation
Dr. Light is a elderly man with a white beard, he wears a white coat, blue tie, red pants and brown shoes.
Dr. Light appears in the ending along with Roll.
Mega Man 2
Doctor Light appears in order to give Mega Man items 1-3.
Mega Man 3
Dr. Wily pretends to be remorseful, so he and Dr. Light build the peace keeping robot Gamma. They also built 8 more robot masters, but Dr. Wily stole them. When Mega Man was saved by an unknown robot in the ending, Dr. Light realises that it was Proto Man.
Mega Man 4
While Dr. Light does not make an appearance in this game, he improved Mega Man's mega buster off screen, allowing him to charge it up.
Mega Man 5
Dr. Light was captured by Proto Man at the beginning of the game. He was rescued by the end.
Mega Man 6
While Dr. Light does not make an appearance in this game, he modified Rush off screen to allow him to combine with Mega Man.
Mega Man 7
Doctor Light appears in the opening stage, in his lab and in the ending. During the game, he repairs Bass in his lab. When Bass is healed, though, he attacks Dr. Light and steals Dr. Light's plans for improving the Rush Adapter.
Mega Man 8
Doctor Light sends Mega Man to investigate an object form space that landed on an island near Dr. Wily's base. Wily gets to the crash site first and collects the "Evil Energy" before fleeing the scene. Mega Man gets there after and rescues Duo. After Doctor Light repairs Duo and Mega Man defeats 4 of the robot masters, Duo destroys the evil energy in Doctor Light's lab and goes after the evil energy that Dr. Wily had.
Mega Man & Bass
Dr. Light appears in the CD collection. He asks how the collection is going and is also an entry in the database. He also appears in Mega Man's ending.
Mega Man 9
Mega Man 10
Mega Man 11
Mega Man X Series
Mega Man IV
Mega Man V
Wily & Right's RockBoard: That's Paradise
Mega Man: The Wily Wars
Mega Man Soccer
Mega Man: Battle & Chase
Mega Man: The Power Battle
Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters
Rockman & Forte: Mirai Kara no Chōsensha
Mega Man Powered Up
Marvel VS Capcom
Tatsunoko VS Capcom
Super Smash Bros.
Dr. Light first appears in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U as an collectable trophy. In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Dr. Light appears as an ace-ranked support spirit that grants immunity to electric floors. His spirit battle is a stamina battle against Dr. Mario and Mega Man on the battlefield form of the Wily castle, the said Dr. Mario tends to avoid conflict, only Dr. Mario has to be defeated to win.