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Version: 1.0 | Updated: 07/28/02


                              Mega Man X3 FAQ
                           For the Super Nintendo
                       Version 1.0 (Created 7/28/2002)
                              By Devin Morgan

    This file is Copyright (c)2002-2006 Devin Morgan. All rights reserved.


Table of Contents

1. What's New
2. Introduction
3. Controls
4. Stage Guide
5. Weapons
6. Bosses
7. Secrets/Tips and Tricks
8. Credits
9. Copyright Notice
10. Contact Information


-=  1. What's New -=

Version 1.0 (7/28/02): The first version of this FAQ.


-=  2. Introduction -=

The third installment of the Mega Man X series is possibly the best of the 
series, even the Playstation ones. All the traditional elements are here, 
including new enhancements to collect, Heart/Sub Tanks to find, and a slew of 
new robot masters to defeat. New to this game is the ability to play as Zero. 
X can switch to Zero via a communications submenu on the main menu screen. 
That alone is what made this game cool, since the other aspects of the game 
were already done in the previous 2 titles. Nowadays this game is a rare and 
expensive find, so if you get the original somehow, you're in luck because it 
is a worthy play!


-=  3. Controls -=

Control Pad: Move

Start: Pause game, bring up submenu

A: Dash (after getting Leg upgrade), confirm selections on menu screens

B: Jump, cancel selections on menu screens

Y: Use X-Buster or selected weapon

L/R: Cycle weapons list, access communications submenu on main menu


-=  4. Stage Guide  -=

The maps below are straight out of the actual game. They can be found after X 
receives the Helmet enhancement; when you enter a level, you view the map 
beforehand with it.


E - Entrance to Level
R - Robot Ride
P - Power-Up
S - Sub Tank
H - Heart Tank
B - Boss

Blizzard Buffalo

         _ _ _ _ _ _         _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 _ _ _ _|_|_|_|_|_|_|       |S|_|_|_|_|_|P|_ _ _ 
|E|_|_|_|_|H|_|_|_|_|       |_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|B|
                  |_|_ _ _  |_|

Power-Up (Leg): In the large area with the snow machine, head all the way
                right to the very end of the lastplatform. Drop down to a
                smaller one, then dash jump to the right. If you're lucky,
                you can jump onto a thin ledge and walk into the room with
                the capsule.

Heart Tank: To the right of the Robot Ride platform, you'll notice several
            giant ice blocks stacked in the ground. Use Tunnel Rhino's weapon
            to cut down through each block to the bottom, then go right to
            find the heart.

Sub Tank: As soon as you enter this area, jump to the first ledge with the
          shooting robot. Jump to the left, then dash upward (you need the
          Leg upgrade for this) to the ledge with the tank.

Toxic Seahorse

          |H|_ _ _ _ _         _ _ _ _ _ _ _
          |_|_|_|_|_|_|_ _ _ _|_|P|_|_|_|_|_|
          |_|     |_|_|R|_|_|_|_| |_|     |_|_ _
          |_|     |_|_|_|_|_|_|_ _|_|     |_|_|B|
          |_|     |_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|
 _ _ _ _  |_|

Heart Tank: At the top of the vertical climb, simply defeat the enemy on the
            ledge guarding it, then it's yours.

Power-Up (Leg Chip): With the Frog Robot Ride, go into the water and get to
                     the point where the fans blow you backward if you didn't
                     have a ride. Destroy them with the Robot Ride, then jump
                     out and go up the wall to the surface. From there, jump
                     up the next wall to the top, and go right to find this

Robot Ride (Kangaroo): From the Leg Chip capsule, go down and left to the
                       edge of the water. Jump and dash to the left, then
                       just as you touch the top of the water, jump and dash
                       left again. Skip across the water to the end, then
                       dash upward to the ledge with the Robot Ride on it.

Tunnel Rhino

                                         _ _ _
                         _              |_|_|B|
                        |P|_ _         _|_|
           _ _ _        |_|_|_|      _|_|_|
          |_|_|S|      _|_|_|_|_ _ _|_|_|
          |_|_|_|_ _ _|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|
 _ _ _ _  |_|_|_|_|_|_|_|

Power-Up (Helmet): Use a fully charged Triad Thunder to knock down the giant
                   boulder blocking the path, then continue up the wall to
                   the top where you'll find the capsule.

Heart Tank: Use a fully charged Triad Thunder to knock down the giant boulder
            blocking the ledge, then dash jump to reach it.

Sub Tank: Dash jump to the upper wall, and jump up to the ledge with this
          item (must have the Leg upgrade to reach).

Volt Catfish

      |P|            _ _
      |_|_ _ _ _ _ _|_|_|
    |_|_|_|H|   |_|_|_|_|
    |_|_|_|     |_|  _|_|
      |_|_|_    |_|_|S|_|
      |_|_|_|   |_|_|_|
 _ _ _ _ _|_|   |_|_|_|
|E|_|_|_|_|_|       |_|_ _
    |_|_|           |_|_|B|

Power-Up (Body): At the very top of the third elevated platform, go left and
                 you'll see a weird greenish block. Stand on it and use a
                 fully charged Gravity Well to pull the platform to the top
                 of the room, where you'll find the capsule.

Heart Tank: Jump to the wall just above the tank, then slide down to collect
            it. Be sure to quickly jump up as soon as you get it, or you'll
            lose a life!

Sub Tank: When you enter the last large room with the electric charges on the
          walls, go right and head up the wall instead of down. Get a Robot
          Ride, then go right and drop all the way down. The impact will make
          you fall through the floor to a hidden room with the Sub Tank.

Crush Crawfish

 _ _ _ _
    |R| |_|_
        |_|H|_ _ _ _ _ _ _               _ _ _
        |_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|             |_|_|B|
        |P|_|         |_|_|_ _ _ _      |_|
                        |_|_|_|_|_|_ _ _|_|

Robot Ride (Hawk): There is a section of the floor you can break through, so
                   stand on it and use a fully charged Triad Thunder to
                   destroy the platform. Then, drop down and grab the item.

Heart Tank: With the Hawk Robot Ride, get to the section where the red robot
            drops through the floor to an area below. Fly to the right side
            and drop down a couple levels to find a cracked wall. Destroy it
            with the mech and enter the room to get the heart.

Power-Up (Body Chip): From the Heart Tank, take the Hawk Robot Ride down to
                      the bottom and continue right to a pit. Drop down it,
                      then destroy the cracked wall to the left. Enter there
                      to find the capsule.

Neon Tiger

         _ _ _ _ _ _ _
        |_|_|_|_|_|_|P|_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 _ _ _ _|_|_|S|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|
|E|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|                 |_|_ _ _ _ _
                                          |_|_|_|_|_|H|_ _

Power-Up (X-Buster): When you come to the cracked wall, shoot a Tornado Fang
                     to cut through it. Dash jump to the right ledge, then up
                     to the higher one (you need the Leg upgrade for this) to
                     reach the capsule.

Sub Tank: This one is right on the upper-right ledge in the first large area.

Heart Tank: In the last area of the level, you'll find a flying green enemy
            in the air. Jump on it and let it fly you to the right. When it
            stops, dash jump to the ledge and continue to the heart.

Gravity Beetle

                                               _ _ _
                                   _     _ _ _|_|_ _
                                 _|_|_ _|_|_|_|_|_|P|
                       _ _ _ _  |_|
                   _ _|_|_|_|_|_|_|
                  |R|_|_|   |_|_|_|
             _ _ _|_|_|
         _ _|_|_|_|_|
 _ _ _ _|H|_|_|

Heart Tank: After you beat the level, return and the blocks preventing you
            from reaching the ledge will be gone. Jump onto that ledge and
            get the heart.

Robot Ride (Frog): Jump up the left wall, then jump to the right. Do a second
                   air dash straight up and cling onto the ledge, then jump
                   to get this item.

Power-Up (Head Chip): After the tall vertical area, go right and jump up to a
                      high wall, and go up to a Mech platform. Take a Robot
                      Ride and continue onward until you find a cracked wall.
                      Destroy it and enter the room to find this capsule.

Blast Hornet

       _ _|_|_ _ _
 _ _ _|_|   |_|_|      _ _ _ _ _ _       _ _
|E|_|_|_|   |_|_|_ _ _|_|_|_|_|_|_|_ _ _|_|H|_ _
                                |_|_|_|       |_|
                                |_|_|R|       |_|_ _ _ _ _ _

Power-Up (Energy Chip): From the top of the conveyor area, go down and right
                        to the wall. Jump up it until you reach the spiked
                        part, then dash jump directly upward to the top, then
                        go right to the capsule.

Heart Tank: After you get the Robot Ride in this level, take it all the way
            to the door at the far right. Jump out of the ride, and air dash
            upward to the high wall. Climb up it and go right at the top to
            find the heart tank.

Robot Ride (Chimera): To get the Robot Ride that allows you to use any others
                      you've collected when you stand on the Mech platforms,
                      get to the top of the warehouses. Get past the second
                      one, and destroy the blocks on the bridge to break a
                      hole downward. Use the Tornado Fang on the cracked left
                      wall, then go down to a new room. Shoot down the Robot
                      Ride and it's yours.


-=  5. Weapons  -=

    Get From: N/A (You start the game with this weapon)
    Description: Your regular buster; charge it up to shoot a bigger and
                 stronger blast. Once upgraded, you can charge it further to
                 shoot two shots, or a massive cross-shot.

Acid Blast
    Get From: Toxic Seahorse
    Description: Shoot an acid bubble a short distance ahead. When it hits
                 the ground, it shatters into 4 smaller bubbles, still
                 causing damage to whatever they hit. When charged, a couple
                 of acid bubbles are shot, and they bounce ahead, leaving a
                 trail of acid in their path.

Parasite Bomb
    Get From: Blast Hornet
    Description: Shoot a spiked bomb straight ahead. When charged, 4 small
                 crosshairs surround you as you hold down the button. When an
                 enemy comes near, they turn into small hornets to attack the

Triad Thunder
    Get From: Volt Catfish
    Description: Shoot out 3 thunder orbs to surround you, forming an
                 electrical shield around you so you can harm enemies on
                 contact for a moment. When charged fully, Mega Man causes a
                 quake, sending electrical charges in both directions.

Spinning Blade
    Get From: Crush Crawfish
    Description: Shoot out 2 spinning blades to hit the enemy, then fly back
                 in the opposite direction like boomerangs. When charged, a
                 giant spinning blade is extended and rotates around you
                 once, damaging anything in its range.

Ray Splasher
    Get From: Neon Tiger
    Description: Shoot a straight ray at the enemy to attack. If it's fully
                 charged, a small device floats overhead, shooting rays in
                 all directions.

Gravity Well
    Get From: Gravity Beetle
    Description: Shoot a gravity ball ahead, which opens up and causes damage
                 to enemies in the room. When fully charged, a giant black
                 hole is created to suck in enemies for further damage.

Frost Shield
    Get From: Blizzard Buffalo
    Description: Create an ice spike that flies straight ahead to hit the
                 enemy. When it's fully charged, a giant spiky ice ball
                 sticks on your buster, allowing you to hurt enemies head-on
                 until it breaks (after a few hits).

Tornado Fang
    Get From: Tunnel Rhino
    Description: Shoot a drill bit straight ahead, which can destroy cracked
                 walls and hurt enemies. When charged, a drill bit sticks out
                 of your buster as you hold the button. As long as you have
                 the energy and are holding down Y, it stays.

Hyper Crush
    Get From: Arm Chip or Ultimate Armor
    Description: With this, your buster is always fully charged, allowing you
                 to constantly shoot full charged shots at the enemies. When
                 you get damaged, you charge up this move, so remember that
                 for when you run out of this weapon.

Escape Unit
    Get From: N/A
    Description: Well, this really isn't a weapon, but it's listed in your
                 weapon list. If you're in a level you already defeated the
                 boss in, you can select this from the list at any time to
                 exit the level. You can use it as many times as you want,
                 but only in levels you already beat.


-=  6. Bosses -=

    Found: Intro Stage
    Strategy: This is the first fight of the game, and Zero is the one you
              use to fight. If you were already holding the high green charge
              before entering the room, simply run up and use the Z-Saber to
              kill Mac instantly.

Giant Robot
    Found: Intro Stage
    Strategy: The traditional giant robot fight at the end of the intro stage
              is also simple to beat. It floats up and down, stopping every
              few moments to extend one of its spiked arms at you to attack.
              Jump or dash to avoid those, and blast its eyes with the X-
              Buster until you win.

Blizzard Buffalo
    Weapon: Frost Shield
    Strategy: This big guy is the first Maverick you should go up against in
              the game. When the fight starts, jump and cling to the wall,
              and chances are the boss will charge at the wall. That's when
              you dash jump over him, hit him from behind with a charged X-
              Buster shot, and dash to the other side of the room. When he
              comes by you again, repeat the same attack pattern. Sometimes,
              this boss won't hit the wall, but stop just before it to throw
              out 3 ice pellets that turn into tri-spikes when they hit the
              floor/wall. Avoid those, as well as the ice beam he'll shoot
              across the room on occasion (cling high on the wall to avoid
              that). Jump down and hit him when you have the chance, and dash
              to the other side of the room and repeat to win.

Toxic Seahorse
    Weapon: Acid Blast
    Strategy: The fight with Toxic Seahorse is a VERY quick and easy one,
              especially if you're beating the bosses in the order I list
              here. Shoot a Frost Shield so the boss lands on it to take
              damage. It'll then jump again towards you, so place another one
              again. Repeat this until you win.

Tunnel Rhino
    Weapon: Tornado Fang
    Strategy: This boss can be a bit tough, but he's still something you can
              take down. He mainly charges back and forth across the room,
              crashing into the walls, so jump onto the wall and over his
              head when he comes near. Then, turn around and blast it with an
              Acid Blast. Sometimes it'll shoot off drill bits from its
              shoulders, or shoot 3 drills straight ahead in a row, so be
              careful of those attacks. Continue dropping acid on it and you
              will be fine.

Volt Catfish
    Weapon: Triad Thunder
    Strategy: This boss jumps back and forth, using electrical charges to
              attack you. Use the Tornado Fang so it lands on it when
              jumping. Then, jump over to the other side of the room and lure
              the boss over there, and repeat the attack. When you weaken it
              enough, it'll start jumping in the middle of the room to get a
              full electric charge to hit you with. Use a Tornado Fang to
              null out that charge. Just a few more hits and the fight will
              be over.

Crush Crawfish
    Weapon: Spinning Blade
    Strategy: This guy is also another simple boss to beat. Use the Triad
              Thunder to attack it once, then jump and dash over it to avoid
              its attacks. The boss will either extend its big claw to hit
              you, or send a couple of little things moving up and down the
              walls, which can hurt you too. Avoid those and continue the
              attacking to win.

Neon Tiger
    Weapon: Ray Splasher
    Strategy: To beat this one, use the Spinning Blade. When you use it, the
              boss will jump to the opposite wall and shoot its weapon at
              you. Jump and hit it with another blade, then repeat when he
              jumps to the other wall. If he gets weak enough, he may glow
              yellow and charge you with his claws to attack. That won't
              happen if you use the Spinning Blade technique to kill it.

Gravity Beetle
    Weapon: Gravity Well
    Strategy: This boss is a VERY simple one, quite honestly. Shoot it with a
              Ray Splasher as it hops towards you. Hit it a few times, then
              jump over it to the other side, and repeat until you win.

Blast Hornet
    Weapon: Parasite Bomb
    Strategy: For this guy, use the Gravity Well to freeze it in the air, all
              while causing it damage from the gravitational pull. When the
              well retracts, shoot it out again to continue. If Blast Hornet
              shoots out miniature versions of itself, avoid them and the
              Gravity Well will destroy them as well.

    Found: Random rooms
    Strategy: Bit is the smaller hunter to deal with, and is annoying to
              defeat. He can shoot out a homing fireball, rings that hold you
              in place for several moments, and he dashes back and forth
              across the room with his sword drawn. Fight him with the Frost
              Shield by standing at the opposite side of the room he's at.
              Jump up when he jumps, so when he's level to you and starts
              charging, he's still above in the air. Land and shoot out the
              Frost Shield so he hits it when he drops. Repeat this while
              avoiding his other attacks to totally defeat him (you can use
              other weapons to fight him, but if you don't want to fight a
              harder Bit/Byte combo later on, you'll use the designated
              weapon above).

    Found: Random rooms
    Strategy: Byte is the bigger of the two hunters, and I would have to say
              he's the easier one to defeat. He throws a magnetic mine on the
              opposite wall, which repels you. Then, Byte charges at the wall
              that the mine is in; if he hits you, he'll throw you up, then
              punch you into the wall for lots of damage. Stay high on the
              wall and wait until he throws the mine, then air dash back to
              the wall until he charges. When he does charge, jump to the
              other direction and shoot a Tornado Fang at him. Repeat until
              you have victory. (you can use other weapons to fight him, but
              if you don't want to fight a harder Bit/Byte combo later on,
              you'll use the designated weapon above).

    Found: Warehouse (via portals in Volt Catfish/Crush Crawfish stages)
    Strategy: If you get the chance to fight Vile in his hidden warehouse, he
              is easy to beat. He starts off in a mech that simple charges
              back and forth across the room. Simply jump high on the wall
              and avoid him, then jump before he hits it, knocking you down.
              Drop behind him and attack with the charged buster shots.
              Repeat this process to destroy his mech. As a standalone, he'll
              jump in the air and drop a firewall that'll move towards you,
              or he'll shoot a series of small shots, or he'll charge at you.
              All those are easy to avoid by dashing/jumping, so attack in
              the same fashion you fought his mech, but use the Spinning
              Blades to attack instead. If you defeat Vile with the Spinning
              Blades, he's gone for good. If not, he'll disappear and you'll
              have to fight him again in the Doppler stages.

Bit/Byte Combo
    Found: Doppler Stage 1
    Strategy: If you didn't defeat Bit and Byte properly in the Maverick
              stages, you must fight the duo fused together here. To attack,
              they float upward and shoot beams from their sword, or charge
              ahead at you. Avoid those attacks and hit the front part with
              charged X-Buster shots to win.

Acid Shooter
    Found: Doppler Stage 1
    Strategy: This acid-shooting robot is the boss here if you already
              destroyed Bit and Byte early in the game. From its nozzle of a
              nose, it shoots acid at you, so avoid it and shoot it in the
              head with your buster or the Ray Splasher. Watch out for the
              bucket overhead that drops blocks of junk on you. After it
              takes enough damage, the nozzle falls off and the bottom area
              of the room fills with damaging acid. Stay on the wall and
              continue hitting the head while avoiding the acid being thrown
              until you win.

    Found: Doppler Stage 2
    Strategy: If you didn't destroy Vile early in the game, he's back with
              his "Goliath" mech here. This fight follows the same pattern as
              his first fight; hang on the wall and avoid him charging back
              and forth, while jumping down to hit him when he stops. After
              the mech is gone, he fights you alone for a second time. Avoid
              the small shots, the firewall, and the charging, and attack
              again with the Spinning Blades to beat him once and for all.

    Found: Doppler Stage 2
    Strategy: Obviously, if you did destroy Vile early on, you fight this
              creature instead. It's SO simple, so use just the Triad Thunder
              constantly to win against this easy guy!

Dr. Doppler
    Found: Doppler Stage 3
    Strategy: Despite what you might think beforehand, this guy is quite an
              easy one to defeat. He has only 2 attacks to deal with here.
              For one, he stands still and shoots 3 electrical orbs at you,
              which you can avoid by jumping. His other move is when he
              charges to the other side of the room towards you, engulfed in
              a fireball. When he lands after that, you'll notice a
              forcefield come up around him. Do NOT shoot him when it's up;
              it'll HEAL HIM! Attack with charged X-Buster shots when he's
              standing there without the forcefield, and when he shoots the
              electric orbs. It's a simple pattern to follow anyway: stand
              still, forcefield, electric orbs, forcefield, fireball charge,
              and repeat. Remember that and attack accordingly to win.

Kaiser Sigma
    Found: Doppler Stage 4
    Strategy: For this round against Sigma, he really isn't as bad as
              previously expected. He shoots a series of fireballs straight
              at the opposite wall, and the fireballs go up the wall. Jump to
              the top of the opposite wall, then dash jump to the other wall
              and stay above Sigma until he stops. When he jumps in the air,
              hit him with your X-Buster (hold just a slight charge before he
              stops the fireballs so you can hit him with a somewhat strong
              blast). Sometimes he'll stop in mid-air and shoot a few
              fireballs to go up the wall he was next to previously, so watch
              out. Halfway through, he'll start throwing his shield ahead and
              back like a boomerang, then continue the fireball and jumping
              pattern as before. Continue the attack as usual, then after a
              while, he'll throw the shield and it'll go to the high area of
              the room as well; avoid it by staying at the highest point of
              the wall. Continue the attack while avoiding his own, and
              you'll defeat his first form.

Kaiser Sigma
    Found: Doppler Stage 4
    Strategy: This is the final form of Sigma in this game, and it is quite
              the challenge this time! In this huge body, he'll start off by
              floating upward, then a little bit to the left before dropping
              down. Use that chance to dash behind him. Avoid the group of
              homing missiles he shoots, and the small orb-like objects that
              randomly float around. When he floats back to the right again,
              dash back to the left and when he lands, charge the X-Buster
              and jump up the wall, then hit him in the head to cause damage.
              For this frontal attack, he'll shoot a wide beam, hitting the
              bottom corner of the room, so stay high and send charged shots
              at his head to damage him more. You'll also have to avoid those
              floating orbs that can really hurt you. After you cause enough
              damage, Sigma will alternate the wide beam and sometimes shoot
              it upward instead, so be careful and watch where he points the
              buster. Continue the attacking and keep your health high
              (that's why it's a good idea to come here with 4 full Sub
              Tanks), and you will eventually beat this guy, and the game!


-=  7. Secrets/Tips and Tricks  -=

Ultimate Armor

In this game, there is an ultimate golden armor you can obtain. You must have 
all 8 Heart Tanks, all 4 Sub Tanks and Robot Rides, all normal Dr. Light 
upgrades (NO CHIPS), and full health. Go to Doppler Stage 1 and make your way 
through the mini-boss fight where Zero stops the collapsing ceiling. Continue 
onward to a pit where spiked balls fall into. With full health and the above 
requirements, slide down the left wall to reach a hidden room. Go in and 
there should be a final capsule, where you will gain the golden armor. This 
armor gives you the upgrades of all 4 enhancement chips combined, as well as 
the Hyper Crush move!

Zero's Z-Saber

One more great secret in this game is the ability to gain access to Zero's 
powerful Z-Saber. To do so, you must have Zero still alive (that means if you 
switched to him in other levels, he didn't lose his life in battle). If that 
requirement is met, go to Doppler Stage 2. When you get to the silver door 
leading into a mini-boss room, switch to Zero, then enter the room. Fight the 
bug creature, then after you beat it, it'll fall on Zero, crushing him. Next, 
there will be a scene with Zero giving X the saber, then dying. Use it by 
charging up the X-Buster fully, and then you'll be able to throw the saber 
forward. This attack is SO powerful that it can destroy ANY boss in two hits, 
even the final boss!


-=  8. Credits  -=

MetroidMoo: I borrowed the name "Squid" for the Doppler Stage 2 boss.


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