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Even the clever Rockman can't stand up to my Time Stopper. Sorry, but it ends here, Rockman!
~ Flash Man
Flash Man is one of the Robot Masters from Mega Man 2, where he is faced as a boss. Flash Man wears a blue breasplate and has a yellow glove on his left hand. His right arm has a white cannon that lets him fire multiple shots. Beneath his helmet, there is no hair. He bears the serial number DWN-014.
He was the sixth robot created by Dr. Wily and has the ability to control time like Time Man. He is also able to partially stop time for brief periods. Flash Man is a big show-off, loving cameras and photographs. He is also a very nice individual, treating his comrades well.
Mega Man 2
In his battle, Flash Man will walk around the arena and sometimes jump. Occasionally, he stops to use his Time Stopper which freezes the player. This allows him a direct shot. He is weak to both the Metal Blade and the Crash Bomber. The Crash Bomber will only deal enough damage to kill him with indirect hits.
Mega Man 3
Flash Man appears in Mega Man 3 but is more powerful. His data is seen being downloaded into one of Dr. Wily's Doc Robots. The robot uses Flash Man's abilities but to a great extent. Unlike the previous game, Flash Man's weapon is unavailable.
Mega Man & Bass
Flash Man makes a cameo as CD data in Mega Man & Bass.
Mega Man: Dr. Wily's Revenge
Mega Man Soccer
Super Adventure Rockman
Super Smash Bros.
In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Flash Man appears as a support spirit that prevents the screen from flipping. His spirit battle is a timed Stamina battle again Mega Man that has Timers pulled towards him to slow down the player's movements. Flash Man has his stage theme included for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as well.
Flash Man in Mega Man 2.
Flash Man in Street Fighter x All Capcom.
Flash Man in Otoranger.
Flash Man and Bubble Man were the only Robot Masters from Mega Man 2 not to appear in the Ruby-Spears Mega Man Cartoon. He was also the only Robot Master from the same game not to appear in Captain N: The Game Master.