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{{Asset
 
{{Asset
|name=Hothead / Changkey Maker
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|name=Hothead
 
|image=[[File:Changkey_Maker.jpg|335px]]
 
|image=[[File:Changkey_Maker.jpg|335px]]
|caption=Artwork of Hothead / Changkey Maker from [[Mega Man 2]].
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|caption=Artwork of Hothead from [[Mega Man 2]].
 
|category=[[Enemies]]
 
|category=[[Enemies]]
 
|game=[[Mega Man 2]]
 
|game=[[Mega Man 2]]
 
|hp=10   
 
|hp=10   
|damage=8 (Contact) 3 (Changkey projectile)
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|damage=8 (Contact) 3 (Tackle Fire projectile)
 
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'''Hothead''' (also known as '''Changkey Maker''') is a torch robot, with the ability to spawn [[Tackle Fire|Changkey]]s. Changkey Maker was a robot that origionally worked at various festivals, but was repurposed for combat by [[Dr. Wily]]. They are [[enemies]] that originate from [[Mega Man 2]] from Quick Man's stage.
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'''Hothead''' (also known as '''Changkey Maker''') is a torch robot, with the ability to spawn [[Tackle Fire]]s. Hothead was a robot that originally worked at various festivals, but was repurposed for combat by [[Dr. Wily]]. They are [[enemies]] that originate from [[Mega Man 2]] from Quick Man's stage.
  
When a Changkey Maker spawns, it will throw a single [[Tackle Fire|Changkey]] at the player every few seconds.
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When a Hothead spawns, it will throw a single [[Tackle Fire]] at the player every few seconds.
  
The [[Tackle Fire|Changkey]]s thrown by Changkey Maker function like projectiles instead of [[enemies]], and as such, can be deflected by [[Shine]] and [[Proto Man]]'s Shield. The thrown [[Tackle Fire|Changkey]] can also ignite [[Oil]] if they collide with it.
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The [[Tackle Fire]]s thrown by Hothead function like projectiles instead of [[enemies]], and as such, cannot be attacked but can be deflected by [[Shine]] and [[Proto Man]]'s Shield. The thrown [[Tackle Fire]] can also ignite [[oil]] if they collide with it, but the Hothead as on itself cannot ignite oil despite being fire-themed.
  
If the player gets behind Changkey Maker, Changkey Maker will turn around to face the player.
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If the player gets behind Hothead, it will turn around to face the player.
  
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
* Changkey Maker also appears in [[Mega Man Powered Up]], [[Mega Man: The Wily Wars]], "Mega Man: Dr. Wily's Revenge" / "Rockman World", "Mega Man II" / "Rockman World 2", and "Mega Man (Game Gear)".
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* Hothead also appears in ''[[Mega Man Powered Up]]'', ''[[Mega Man: The Wily Wars]]'', ''Mega Man: Dr. Wily's Revenge'', ''Mega Man II'', and ''Mega Man (Game Gear)''.
* Originally, in [[Mega Man 2]], the screen would go dark after defeating a Changkey Maker, this does not happen in [[Mega Man Maker]] however.
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* Originally, in ''Mega Man 2'', the screen would go dark after defeating a Hothead, this does not happen in [[Mega Man Maker]] however.
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* Despite being fire-themed, in Mega Man 2, there were no Hotheads in Heat Man's stage.
  
==Glitches==
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[[Category:Enemies]]
* None
 

Latest revision as of 00:51, 2 September 2019

Hothead
Changkey Maker.jpg
Artwork of Hothead from Mega Man 2.
Information
Category: Enemies
Game of origin: Mega Man 2
HP: 10
Damage: 8 (Contact) 3 (Tackle Fire projectile)


Hothead (also known as Changkey Maker) is a torch robot, with the ability to spawn Tackle Fires. Hothead was a robot that originally worked at various festivals, but was repurposed for combat by Dr. Wily. They are enemies that originate from Mega Man 2 from Quick Man's stage.

When a Hothead spawns, it will throw a single Tackle Fire at the player every few seconds.

The Tackle Fires thrown by Hothead function like projectiles instead of enemies, and as such, cannot be attacked but can be deflected by Shine and Proto Man's Shield. The thrown Tackle Fire can also ignite oil if they collide with it, but the Hothead as on itself cannot ignite oil despite being fire-themed.

If the player gets behind Hothead, it will turn around to face the player.

Trivia

  • Hothead also appears in Mega Man Powered Up, Mega Man: The Wily Wars, Mega Man: Dr. Wily's Revenge, Mega Man II, and Mega Man (Game Gear).
  • Originally, in Mega Man 2, the screen would go dark after defeating a Hothead, this does not happen in Mega Man Maker however.
  • Despite being fire-themed, in Mega Man 2, there were no Hotheads in Heat Man's stage.