There are many robot types, and the same number of cores. One problem stands... who can you get what from?
Well... That problem stands... until now! Ladies and gentlemen, the Guide to Cores!
First thing's first... How do you get them? Well, it's simple: Demolish the opposing robot! Use weaknesses if you must!
Now, here's a list of cores that you can't have yet.
Not too terribly long. Here's the list of cores you can get... and who to get them from.
Neutral Roll, Rhythm, Disco, Enker, Punk, and Ballade. Copy Mega Man, Bass, and Proto Man. Crystal Gemini Man, Crystal Man, and Jewel Man. Cutter Cut Man, Metal Man, Needle Man, Ring Man, and Yamato Man. Earth Oil Man, Drill Man, Stone Man, and Concrete Man. Electric Elec Man, Spark Man, Gravity Man, and Plug Man. Explode Bomb Man, Crash Man, and Napalm Man. Flame Fire Man, Heat Man, Pharaoh Man, Flame Man, and Turbo Man. Freeze Ice Man and Blizzard Man. Impact Guts Man and Hard Man. Missile Magnet Man and Dive Man. Nature Wood Man, Snake Man, and Hornet Man. Shadow Shadow Man and Skull Man. Space Star Man. Swift Quick Man, Top Man, and Charge Man. Time Time Man, Flash Man, and Bright Man. Water Bubble Man, Toad Man, and Wave Man. Wind Air Man, Dust Man, and Wind Man.
There we go, the core list. If I missed any other core drops, or if you want me to include the robots that are unreleased, inform me. Thank you.
My Guide for Cores Posted by Beta Shadow on October 7th, 2014 at 3:41pm Viewed 917 Times
...Although might be interesting for players to know, this guide could be a lot stronger. Here's some ideas to research if you want your guide to be much more useful:
1. List the best weapons to use against each robot to stand the best chance of getting the core to drop. For example, did you know the absolute best weapon to use against Star Man is Bubble Lead? Take a look at his weaknesses.
2. List the possible locations of each robot, both for players that have yet to obtain all Starforce and those that have all of it. If a robot isn't in the MM1 to MM4 group, the only way to encounter them aside from a Starforce battle is in Bonus Stage 2 (minus the Killers, which are in their respective battles).
3. Some other additional info like your Cores become more valuable the more Starforce you have for that Core. Reggae pays more for Cores if you have tons of Starforce for it.
Just some suggestions that should make your guide much more interesting to read.
@TailsDollMK4 : ... (Blows up due to complication.)
In short, that's so much information, not enough space... besides, if I were to mention weaknesses, I'd have to make a whole other guide and stuff. Which could be helpful... people could go there to see the weaknesses for the copy robots.
...It's not a lot of space. You don't have to list all of the weapons the robot is weak to. If there isn't a weapon that combines both weaknesses, just mention a strong weapon for each element. You don't have to list Thunder Strike as a weapon for a robot weak to Electric when Thunder Beam or Bright Burst is more commonly used, for example.
As tails said, (Yes very old), You can sell cores for a lot more Zenny With all starforce for that type. Time to sell those water cores i got, since; When i finished water i got so much water cores... Anyway, You may want to try to be more detailed.