|Jafar says: Read my lips and come to grips with the reality!|
Ms. Madd (Iroaya Madoi in the Japanese version) is a human operator and an antagonist in the Mega Man Battle Network series. She operates ColorMan.EXE and is an agent for the WWW in her only appearance in the games.
Mega Man Battle Network
Her navi, ColorMan, appears before she does, in the WaterWorks. However, she is revealed to be connected to this incident, being the one to kidnap Tory Froid and forcing his father to cut the water to the entire city. She does this to steal the Aqua Superprogram, which she does successfully. She is seen later in the story, having highjacked the city's automated traffic system to have intersecting green lights, presumably leading to many fatal car crashes. She does this by creating a program that secretly causes malfunctions in self-driving cars, and then marketing that program as the solution to remedying and preventing the malfunctions that she causes herself. She sells this program to unsuspecting innocents at extortionate prices. Lan and MegaMan manage to fix the traffic system and track a runaway self-driving bus carrying Mayl before it's too late. She then orders ColorMan to activate the self-destruct feature on the bus, but that fails, which gives Lan and MegaMan time to defeat them after safely fixing the traffic system. Neither is seen again in the games.
Role in the Anime
As in the games, Ms. Madd works for World Three as it's called in the anime. This time, however, he is more closely related to Mr. Match, Count Zap and Yahoot than in the games, forming a small 'partners in crime' team of sorts. She begins this time by causing a traffic jam, though it is not implied to be as destructive as in the games. She and ColorMan swiftly get defeated by Lan and MegaMan. She later wreaks havoc by releasing robotic fish in an aquarium alongside Mr. Match. She later kidnaps Mr. Froid and forces her son, Tory, to contaminate the water supply, opposite to what she did in the game. Later, when she participates in a large tournament, she cheats to re-enter the tournament after losing early, and uses a mysterious chip to possess Roll. That plan fails, as the protagonists restore Roll, letting her win again.
After the fall of World Three, she is recruited to join Grave by Magnus Gauss. She enjoys her high position in Grave, though she later quits when she sees Grave going too far even for her standards. Initially, Gauss tries to keep her from leaving, though she leaves anyhow.
As the series goes on, she becomes less of an antagonist. However, her vain, self-centered, and flirtatious attitude remains, confidently flirting with any guys who interest her and bragging about her beauty ad nauseam.