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Concrete Man is a Robot Master and a minor antagonist in Mega Man 9. Bearing the serial number DLN-065, he supervised a dam construction project before he was corrupted by Dr. Wily. He wields the Concrete Shot.
Concrete Man resembles a stout man who wears orange armor and has a gun on one arm, which he can use to fire the Concrete Shot's projectiles, although in the ending, he is shown with two normal hands, suggesting he can turn the cannon into a hand.
Concrete Man is described as being very dedicated to his job. His dedication often causes him to get angry at anyone who slacks off.
Concrete Man was one of eight Robot Masters who were going to be scrapped due to expiration. Worried about his own life, Concrete Man decided to join Wily when the latter offered hospitality. However, Wily was using his own kindness so he could steal Concrete Man, resulting in his corruption along with that of the other seven.
Concrete Man was rebuilt following his defeat. He is later seen attacking Wily for corrupting the Robot Master line that Concrete Man was part of.
During his battle versus Mega Man, Concrete Man will stomp the ground to try to stun him or immobilize him with his Concrete Shot. Concrete Man's weakness is the Laser Trident, which can pierce his armor and destroy his Concrete Shot projectiles.
- Concrete Man has blue eyes in his artwork, but his mugshot in the game has orange eyes. Colour limitations are the most likely culprit.
- A similar Robot Master called Cement Man was going to be in Mega Man 9, but he was scrapped. He and Concrete Man look similar, but Cement Man has dark green plating for his armor. His weapon, the Cement Shot, would have most likely been the same as or similar to the Concrete Shot, if not different. Also, another Robot Master with a drill on the left arm and a similar design to Concrete Man otherwise was in the concept art for Concrete Man.
- His course's song's name is a reference to the idiom "concrete jungle", which is how cities are sometimes described.