One of "fake" Proto Man/Dark Man's robot masters from Mega Man 5. From his appearance, it's obvious that Charge Man's creator based his design on old, steam-engine locomotives. Like the trains he resembles, Charge Man barrels along, smashing anything foolish enough to cross his path. His body is heavily armored and built to absorb the structural stress that results from these high-speed collisions. When angered (which happens frequently with this short-tempered robot master), Charge Man's engine overheats, spewing flaming coal into the air which then rains down upon his enemies.
Despite his thick armor plating, the Power Stones of Stone Man are dense enough to pulverize Charge Man with repeated blows.
Because Mega Man's body isn't built to withstand full body collisions like Charge Man's, he uses a sliding kick for the same effect (the Charge Kick) when he absorbs Charge Man's abilities after defeating him.
Cardboard, white paper, white glue, hot glue, ink, wax crayon, marker, small rocks, and paint.
11.3 cm/4.4 in. x 6.6 cm/2.6 in. (highest point x widest point)
Unknown; this figure's creation occured before I started keeping thorough records of my work (which means it was made sometime prior to May 30, 2004).
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