She is in charge of building and maintaining all of the Bonnes' mechanical devices, including the Bonne family's air ship, the Gesellschaft, her loyal Servbots and even the ships they pilot, the Drache and the Hornisse. Tron is known for piloting machines such as the Gustaff, Ferdinand and the Jagd Krabbe in battle. She has always wanted to go on missions and adventures just like her older brother Teisel , but was never given the chance until her brothers Teisel and Bon were kidnapped by Loath and Glyde.
After rescuing Teisel and Bon from Loath's clutches, Tron becomes Teisel's "right hand girl" in all of the Bonnes' adventures. Tron is also the creator and mother figure of the Servbots, whom she treats just like children which they basically are. Although Tron will not admit it, she also has a huge crush on her arch-rival, MegaMan Volnutt. Tron Bonne is an extremely popular character of the Legends franchise, appearing in more media and games than even Megaman Volnutt himself.
Tron Bonne is a playable character in the fighting games Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes and Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds. In those games, she pilots a green Gustaff and has a Servbot accompanying her. When not playing as her, she can be see along with Teisel, Bon and the Servbots in the background of the Kattelox Island stage in Marvel vs.
Capcom 3. Interestingly, Teisel will cheer on Tron, when the player is using the latter. If Tron is defeated, Teisel becomes sad and sits down. This situation is similar to how Sally Sari cheers for her husband, Street Fighter character Dhalsim. In Tron Bonne's ending in Marvel vs. Capcom 3 , Tron reprograms a Sentinel to become Servbot She then tries to convince Mega Man Volnutt to go out with her, threatening to order 42 to attack should Volnutt say no. In the Distant Future, Tron and Servbots 1, 17 and 28 are being followed by the United Galaxy Space Force members Hiromi Tengenji from Namco's Burning Force and Toby Masuyo from Namco's Baraduke in the ruins of a distant planet, when suddenly the fluxes makes them appear in a unknown place Spiritual World with other characters and are attacked by Reaverbots and Octys.
They make an alliance until they find a way back home. They are lost in the Spiritual World, but managed to find the Gesellschaft there by following the energy signature of the Refractor in its engine, which is also detected by the player's characters and they join the team in Chapter Tron and the Servbots were working on a rocket when they are suddenly sent to a mall with zombies, teaming up with Frank West from Dead Rising and Hsien-Ko from Darkstalkers to survive.
They are found by the player's party and joins them. The interior of her family's air ship the Gesellschaft appeared as one of the stages in Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars. She is also mentioned in Megaman Volnutt's winquote against Doronjo , saying that "the Bonne family was more challenging" than she was.
She was in Namco x Capcom as well. She has a combined attack with a baby in a giant robot armor. She once again appears as a playable character in Marvel vs Capcom 3. Prior to the game's cancellation, it had been confirmed that Tron would make an appearance in the Mega Man Legends sequel for the 3DS. This edit will also create new pages on Giant Bomb for:. Until you earn points all your submissions need to be vetted by other Giant Bomb users. This process takes no more than a few hours and we'll send you an email once approved.
Megaman Legends 2 Megaman Legends 2 saw Tron return to her role as a villain. Marvel vs. Capcom 2 She has also appeared as a playable character in Marvel vs Capcom 2 piloting the Gustaff and using Servbots to do some of her dirty work. Namco x Capcom She was in Namco x Capcom as well. Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 She once again appears as a playable character in Marvel vs Capcom 3.
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Tron retained her charming personality from her original appearance Even for players who have no idea who she was in MVC2 , Tron's awesomely animated 2D sprite, gimmick, and special moves made a huge statement for 2D fighting games at the time. Due to Tron's personality, originality and quirky yet innovative moveset, it's easy to understand why Capcom decided to bring her back in MVC3.
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In a slice of world-building, players get to experience an excavated ruin filled with other folks vying for their share of a claim, either handing out friendly advice, or looking out for no. It is a shame that most of these portions feel drab and drawn-out, making the tunnel searching a slog with samey brown stone walls and tedious battles.
Thus most Reaverbot run-ins and ambushes involve sitting in the corner and sending your Servbots in to slowly wear the many-times explosive baddies to scrap. Add to the fact that the chattiness of the RPG segments borders on the grating. Each type of mission through the misadventures does have its share of tutorial explanations given via dialogue and text briefings, but the first-person tunnel-spelunking takes it to levels only reached in modern gaming hand-holding conventions.
The first time in Shala-Kun is especially egregious with the action stopping with each Digger met or observation made by the Servbots. Everything from disarming a trap with a blatantly observable switch nearby to even required talking to someone to bypass a door is doled out with exposition and explanation in an alarming rate.
May we used the Key we found to open it? With a favorite chosen, Tron can choose to rest in her bed, leaving the Red-Capped minion to sneak out and try to help earn cash in Casino Town Nukky. Despite the establishment being run by Birdbots, they gladly let you in to bet on either a game of Bingo or High and Low.
While strengthening the Gustaff is vital for majority of the missions, the Servbots need to level up as well to get the most out of them. Each Servbot is numbered, ranked via stats of four, and have their individual skills and personalities. They can even be nicknamed, if you choose. Attack is self-explanatory. Speed governs the swiftness of a Servbot as well as its dexterity, with high Speed bots less likely to trip up on the job.
Brain measures how on the ball the minion is on the field, and allows certain Servbots to offer better tips. Sloth itself does nothing, but any Servbot that reaches Level 4 by not given work will slack off until punished. Many of these skills are offensive-based and are the better choices on fight-based quests.
One of the major issues within Misadventures is the tedious nature of training Servbots. Their Brain and Sloth stats are governed by their time out on missions, the former gained mostly by being ordered to search in buildings and holes in the wall while the latter by being active on duty. However, Attack and Speed can only be boosted in the Gym, which requires performing three minigame rounds in a row in order to go up one level.
Equally frustratingly challenging is whipping a lazy Servbot into shape in the Torture Room — fittingly only unlocks once one bot starts loafing about at Lvl 4 Sloth. The insolent robot runs faster with each bit of pain given, so the final blows needed require precision timing along with the clock counting down.
Once all of the major mission are finished, the only options left are stomping through a cleared out Nakkai Ruins, playing in the casino, or tackling the final stage. For some players, this gaiden game might be more of a one-and-done. The title really shines when Tron is being at her baddest and her minions at their most incompetent.
The highlight missions are the bank heists, pitting Tron against newbie police officer Denise and the bad sense of direction from her Servbots. In fact, the Servbots steal the show as many of the gleefully moments within the game are caused by them. Coyote style, or running covered in fire is enough to show how much power they had as mascots. Considering that many of the minigames and segments are devoted to the Servbots with Tron not around showcases how focused the dev team was spotlighting the real stars, overshadowing the anti-heroine at multiple points and making her more reactionary to their antics and inquiries.
It becomes so central that the level of chattiness the Servbots have walks a tight rope. Have them interact too little The harbor missions and the game feels more boring, but have them interact too much Shala-Kun Ruins and it grows grating. For those sweet spots of the play-by-play with the Servbots, Tron, and the rest of the cast that the game shines.
Tron, Teisel, a Servbot, a roller skate, and a happy golden Servbot. The twins Zhig and Zhag have unused palettes and a face with open mouth. Their faces never move on textures, only in dialogue portraits. Leftover from Mega Man Legends.
Bon Bonne's head texture kept the Drache's magnet used to pick him up after his defeat. The word "SATO", written in gray text inside one of the black triangles in the lower right, appears in the textures of Rafale Glyde's mecha and the harbor boat.
It probably refers to Fuminori Sato, one of the game's texture artists. Although the item menu has space for items, the game actually contains items, with the player being able to obtain only 97 of them. The remaining 30 items are unused. Of the 97 available items, 13 are used automatically when obtained, so they can't be seen in the menu. None of them have descriptions. Two of the remaining 84 items are exclusive to the Japanese version, as they are used to unlock mini-games for the PocketStation, an accessory that was never released overseas.
They were probably going to be used for Servbots 21, 11 and 24, respectively. Although the PocketStation features were removed outside Japan, the PocketStation menu available in the Gesellschaft's HQ is still present and was translated, suggesting it was initially planned to be available. The GameShark code FE makes the menu available note that using its functions may cause loss of saved game data, so avoid using it with Memory Cards and PocketStations.
As mentioned above, the items Beauty Book and Cannon were removed outside Japan as they are related to the PocketStation feature. Those items can be given to Servbot 38, who says something about them and unlocks a minigame. The items can be obtained with cheats outside Japan, and their descriptions were translated.
When giving them to 38, his dialogue happens normally, but the dialogue boxes are blank. Although the magazine's name was changed, the original sprite was kept. After gaining his skill, 40 will be jumping in Tron's bed, his original dialogue suggesting he is a pervert that is sniffing Tron's odor in her bed, while overseas he appears to be just having fun and thinks the Gesellschaft's colors are bland. Another change he had is that he gives the item Beauty Book in the Japanese version, but again, it is related to the PocketStation and was removed overseas.
In Japan, a special save containing Servbot 41 could be obtained from a promotion of the magazine Dengeki G. There is no other way to obtain this Servbot besides cheats, and no promotion was made outside Japan. The Japanese ending credits has three additional pictures that were removed in overseas versions. Also, the ending theme was changed. The Servbot truck contains a hidden image inside it that can only be seen by positioning the camera between the cabin and the cargo.
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Unused area from Gesellschaft's Deck. It appears to be a laundry below the Deck. Unused Bon Bonne head. Seems to be an alternate bomb shape from the attack training. An explosion with the shape of the Bonne's mark. May be related to the Bon Bonne head?
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Tron is stubborn, feisty, self-confident and determined, mocking her opponents openly whether she's winning or not. She is very temperamental, as during some moments she is calm and happy, and during others she can explode into a rage and yell without any warning. Tron appears to have a small fear of dogs. Throughout the series, she begins to develop a crush on MegaMan Volnutt. Because of her inexperience in the ways of love, she doesn't understand her feelings towards him, and even though they are enemies, she has gone to great lengths to try convincing him to join her.
Due to this, she has a rivalry of sorts with Roll Caskett as a fellow genius mechanic and as MegaMan's love interest, although the two are still willing to work together in order to help MegaMan. Tron has always wanted to go on missions with her older brother Teisel Bonne , but even though Bon Bonne and the Servbots participates on them, Teisel has always held her back to protect her.
Unbeknownst to Tron and the others, Teisel loaned one million Zenny from Lex Loath to be able to finance the construction of their airship, the Gesellschaft. When the airship was almost complete, he went with Bon Bonne to the Nakkai Ruins in Ryship Island to find a Refractor to pay his debt, but one of Loath's men, Glyde , captures him and Bon saying that the payback time is long over and now he has to work for it. The Gesellschaft loses contact with Teisel, and worried with him, Tron goes to his last location with a Drache , finding the Gustaff broken and the Servbots that were with him scared and crying.
Tron is shocked by how much money he owes, but is equally determined to obtain money to pay the debt and rescue her siblings. Tron and the Servbots earn money by stealing valuables from the island, the player being able to choose which area to go. They search digouts in the Nakkai and Shala-Kun Ruins for treasures, steal valuable crates from harbors, and take livestock from the Sart Farm. When they attack Gold City to rob banks, they must fight the police.
This includes Denise , who gives her best to stop Tron, but fails miserably and gets scolded by her captain. Tron shows some sympathy towards Denise's misfortune. After obtaining the needed money, they go after Loath and pay the debt to free her brothers, but Loath says it is not enough as they must also pay the interest on it, saying they still owe two million zenny and taking them out of his hideout.
They continue stealing from the island until the new amount of money is obtained, and search for Loath to pay the debt, Servbot 15 finding him in a warehouse from Primiki Harbor. However, Loath says they are still short, as Tron has interest on her interest, and he imprisons her to help Teisel clear the debt by working for him. Inside Loath's dungeon, Tron finds her brothers, Teisel telling her Loath's plan to make people work for him to find the Colossus.
She contacts the Gesellschaft and orders the Servbots to pilot the Gustaff to their location and free them. Rather than escaping, they decide to steal the valuables Loath found as revenge for the grief he gave them. When they find the Colossus, Glyde appears and fights against the Gustaff, Tron saying she pilots.
After Glyde's defeat, Loath activates the Colossus and the Bonnes escape from the collapsing dungeon, returning to the Gesellschaft. They try to face the Colossus, but the Gesellschaft's weapons are ineffective against it and Tron is injured by its attacks, passing out. After the Servbots defeat the Colossus, Tron is shown to be better and prizes them. Teisel notices how much Tron had grown, wondering how he would explain himself to their departed mother if she saw Tron running around shooting at everything, but he says she did good and is proud of her.
Using a Drache, Tron reluctantly rescues Loath and Glyde from the water and ties them up, secretly sending them to Denise to help her keep the job, saying to Teisel she only wants to make sure Loath will not cause trouble again. When the Bonnes are celebrating in the Gesellschaft, Tron discovers the favorite Servbot had thrown away the Colossus' golden Refractor by accident, and she gets furious, saying she has something really special waiting for him in the Torture Room.
Tron is an antagonist in the game, as she is a member of the Bonne family of pirates and attack Kattelox Island. MegaMan Volnutt sees her for the first time talking with Servbots and walking around the city. Jim and his friends suspect she is a pirate and send the dog Paprika after her, Tron running away in panic and climbing a street light to escape.
MegaMan saves her by making Paprika go away, and Tron, embarrassed, tells him to mind his own business and ran away, developing a crush on him. When they meet again, Tron is piloting the Feldynaught and fights against MegaMan, but is defeated. As the Gesellschaft and the Bonne's other machines were destroyed, they use a boat made of scrap to leave the island, Tron hoping it won't sink until they reach the next island.
With the Refractor found in Kattelox Island, the Bonne family opened a department store, which fails due to Teisel's lack of business sense he only stocked items he himself liked resulting in the family's return to piracy. One year after the first game, Verner Von Bluecher goes after the Mother Lode with his giant airship, the Sulphur-Bottom , and the Bonnes make an alliance with Glyde , Bola and Klaymoor to take the Mother Lode for them, Tron and Teisel entering the airship disguised as reporters.
When Gatz damaged the airship, they are stuck in Forbidden Island 's storm until MegaMan stops it by freeing Sera , and they discover about the four keys needed to obtain the Mother Lode. When searching for the keys, MegaMan faces Tron piloting the Jagd Krabbe in Manda Island , were she jams Roll Caskett 's transmission and uses a voice modifier to make him think Roll is a bad person. After her defeat, she leaves with a Drache, being sad and jealous of Roll, getting depressed for some time.
When they meet again, Tron fights against MegaMan with the help of Servbots 11 and When defeated, she loses her clothes in Gustaff's explosion and MegaMan sees her naked off-screen. Tron is very embarrassed and retreats, becoming depressed again for a while, and when the Servbots talk about the mission in the ruins, her face goes all red and she gets upset with them, 11 and 23 being the only ones to known what happened.
In a last attempt to obtain one of the keys, the Bonnes and Glyde work together to attack Calinca with the Gemeinschaft , but they are defeated by MegaMan again. In the end, MegaMan is stuck in Elysium , and Tron teams up with Roll to build a rocket to rescue him and refusing to accept Data's help. Tron was to appear in the now-canceled Mega Man Legends 3. It's only known that the Bonnes had a takoyaki stand in Klickelan Island and they piloted the Donner Wels.
Tron also has two event exclusive versions named Swimsuit Tron and White Tron. Tron Bonne is a playable character in the fighting games Marvel vs. Capcom 2 and Marvel vs. Capcom 3. In those games she pilots a green Gustaff and has a Servbot accompanying her. When not playing as her, she can be see along with Teisel, Bon and the Servbots in the background of the Kattelox Island stage in Marvel vs. Interestingly, Teisel will cheer on Tron, when the player is using the latter.
If Tron is defeated, Teisel becomes sad and sits down.
Tron Bonne (トロン・ボーン, Toron Bōn) is a character from the Mega Man Legends series. Tron is the only daughter of the Bonne family of air pirates. The Misadventures of Tron Bonne is an action-adventure game that was developed and published by Capcom for the PlayStation. Released in Japan in and in North America and Europe in , the game is part of the Mega Man Legends series. It is. Tron Bonne is a main character from the Mega Man Legends games. She serves mainly as an antagonist but is also an anti-hero of sorts (more prominently in.