yet than the Alpha bosses, Beta bosses roam freely in an area, so save
before you try and find one. There is less concrete advice to defeating
Defeating each of these Navis will finally open that Navi's security
door in Cyberworld.
Attacks: Neon Light (60 dmg), Spark Arm (90 dmg), Flashlights
Weak against: Wood
This time he doesn't use Neon Light much, but he will use the Spark Arm
& AreaGrab combo and the Flashlights a lot more. The Flashlights
also go off faster. Use the Barrier chips to negate this and use your
most powerful wood chips.
Prizes: FlashManV3 F
(also known as CopyMan)
Attacks: Shockwave (100 dmg), GutsPunch (150 dmg), GutsHammer
(100 dmg), Z-Punch (150 dmg per hit)
Harder than the previous two versions out together. GutsPunch is now a projectile attack that flies across
the entire row. He'll also use this attack more often than he does
Shockwave. The Z-Punch makes him temporarily invincible and sends him
chasing off after you, punching as he goes, so don't stop moving when
he uses this. Bring some Invis chips to counter it. Stun him using
ZapRing or FlashMan chips so you can hit him with the more powerful
ones, and use the best Program Advances you can afford.
Prizes: GutsMan V3 G
Attacks: Beast Ray (60 dmg), Jumping Claw (60 dmg), Wild Rush (60 dmg)
Weak against: Swords
He's a lot faster than previously, and this time Willd Rush is done
four times in a row. Bring some Mines. If you're lucky enough to be
using a Heat Style, use LavaStge to damage him continuously. Muramasa
is a good sword to bring, and LifeSwrd a good Program Advance to use.
Prizes: BeastManV4 B
Attacks: Bubble Parade (120 dmg), Aqua Shot (150 dmg), Fish
Crab (120 dmg), Mine (120 dmg)
Weak against: Electric
Preset some healing chips before you start this battle. Use any
electric chips you have (FlashMan V1-3 are good here). Don'y bring the
ElecSwrd because it won't reach him. Use chips that go over his
projectiles to attack him, like BlkBomb.
Prizes: BubbleManV3 B
Attacks: Knight (150 dmg), Pawn (100 dmg), Checkmate (150 dmg),
The Knight in this version is faster, and much harder to dodge. Don't
destroy the pawns and knight, because if you do he's implement both
Plan Bs, leaving you with a column and two Knights after you, which
isn't pretty. Wait until you have a shot between the pawns and use
powerful chips like M-Cannon to shoot him down.
Prizes: KingManV3 K
Attacks: Metal Wheel (80 dmg), Metal Missile (80 dmg), Metal Fist (160
No great changes. Just more HP and more powerful attacks.Use Boomer3s
and Invis chips to attack him and protect yourself, and use Program
Advances to bring him down faster.
Prizes: MetalManV3 M
Attacks: Lion Head (120 dmg), Arijigoku (120 dmg), Heavy Sand
Weak against: Water
Similar to MetalMan in that nothing has changed except HP and attack
damage. The Arijigoku is
used earlier than before (again). Use the same tactics you used on the
last version and you should be fine. Don't forget to stock up on water
Prizes: DesertManV3 D
Attacks: Rose Needle (120 dmg), Plant Weed (40 dmg)
Weak against: Fire
Uronically this Navi will get easier as you fight higher versions. By
this time you should have a lot of high-power Fire chips. Rose Needle
is used a lot more in this battle, and Plant Weed is faster. Pump him
full of Fire chips and program Advances and he should die quickly.
Prizes: PlantManV3 P
Attacks: Fire Blaze (150 dmg), Chaos Flame (150 dmg)
Same attacks, more HP. Fire Blaze keeps the same expanding-fire
version as Alpha, so remember to dodge up or down and next to it
as it goes off. Take the candles out as soon s they're lit (Boomer
chips still works well for this), You should have much better water
chips and PAs by this time, so use them.
Prizes: FlamManV3 F
Attacks: Gatling Pin (120 dmg), Bowling Bomber (120 dmg), Tower
Bowl (120 dmg)
Weak against: -
This time Gatling Pin goes really
fast, so bring (and preset if you want) some Invis chips to avoid this.
He uses Tower Bowl a lot sooner than before and Bowling Bomber. If you
have the PA BodyGuard, use it. CrsShld chips are a must here, and bring
plenty of recover chips.
Prizes: BowlManV3 B
Attacks: Demon Tackle (120 dmg), Misty Poison Smoke (120 dmg total),
Soul Gengar (80 dmg)
Weak against: -
Use AreaGrab chips as soon as you can to give yourself more room. Bring
chips that go over or around the attacks head like Ratton3, ProtoMan
and PlantMan will all work well here. Progrsm Advances will be less
useful, as often something will be between you and the lamp.
Prize: MistmanV3 M
Attacks: Drill Drive (160 dmg), Panel Crusher (160 dmg), Triple Hole
Weak against: -
Very, very fast. BrakChrg is a must in this battle, so go and get it if
you don't have it already. If you have very good timing, use the 2xHero
program Advance when he's using his Triple Hole attack. This battle is
hard, and mostly comes down to how good you are at timing. Be prepared
to spend a long time on this guy.
Prizes: DrillManV3 D
Attacks: Sonic Boom (200 dmg), WideSwrd (200 dmg), Fighter Sword (200
dmg), Surprise Sword (200 dmg), Delta Ray Edge (200 dmg), Shield.
Weak against: -
Guh. He's faster and more annoying this time. He'll use Sonic Booms
followed by Fighter Sword, so place a Pawn as fast as you can. PlantMan
plus Program Advances will do you a lot more good in this battle. If
you like bring a LavaStge, since he'll step on all of his panels that's
a lot of damage it'll do.
Prizes: ProtoManV3 B
Attacks: Mad Roller (100 dmg), Shield and Chain (100 dmg),
Double-Go-Round (100 dmg)
Quite disappointing really. use the same attacks as last time. Here's
an easy way to do it. Make sure you have three AreaGrab chips, A Rook,
Two Sensor3's, and some recovery chips. As soon as you can, lay down
two AreaGrabs to trap him in the last row. When he's not in the bottommost row, use the
last AreaGrab to trap him in a single space. Then lay a Sensor3 in the
space diagonally below and left of him. Now watch him die slowly as
Sensor3 attacks him, he recovers, and Sensor3 attacks him again. The
Rook is only for if the Sensor dies, in which case lay another. That's
it. He'll die fast.
Attacks: Flame Tower (200 dmg), Killer's Beam (200 dmg), Ice Wave
Dark Shadow (200 dmg), Black Wing (100 dmg)
Slightly faster than before. Bring a few AreaGrab chips to give
yourself more room to dodge in, and use mostly non-elemental chips to
avoid any resistances he might use against them. Use Program Advances,
PlantMan chips, and RollV3 to damage him.
Prize: DarkManV3 D
Attacks: Thousand Spear (200 dmg), Spinning Reflect
(250 dmg) Straight
Spear (250 dmg), Backup (200 dmg)
Same moves as V2, but much stronger. Watch out for the everr-annoying
Backup move. Use a lot of Program Advances if you have them (2xHero is
good), and PlantMan and Roll chips, and anything else that homes in,
Prize: JapanManV2 J
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