Chaud

The following is a list characters from both the Mega Man Battle Network series of video games, and the MegaMan NT Warrior (Rockman EXE) anime and manga.

Note that when there is a discrepancy between the English and Japanese names, the English name will be listed first, followed by the Japanese.

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List Of Mega Man Battle Network Characters - Protagonists - Eugene Chaud
... Eugene Chaud, known as Enzan Ijuin (伊集院 炎山, Ijūin Enzan?) in Japan, is the son of IPC's (BlazeQuest in the English anime) president (Shuuseki Ijuin), and the ... His mother died while he was still young, and Chaud was forced into becoming the vice-president of his father's corporation, a position which contributed to his initial cold attitude towards Lan Hikari ... Chaud is voiced by Bill Switzer and then by Scott Perrie ...
List Of Mega Man NT Warrior Episodes (Beast And Beast+) - Episodes List - Rockman EXE Beast +
... As Chaud uses CrossFusion to battle them, MegaMan jacks-in and encounters the humanoid being before known as Zero ... Zero away 3 "Zero Invasion" "Zero Shinyū" (ゼロ侵入) April 22, 2006 Lan and Chaud approach a power plant where more cyber plants and viruses have appeared, and they battle to delete them ... Meanwhile, Chaud also appears in the factory to aid Lan, but Zero intervenes ...
Chèvre Chaud
... Chèvre chaud (chaud means 'hot') is a French dish, consisting of Chèvre cheese served hot ... pudding Cheese puffs Cheese roll Cheesecake Chèvre chaud Chhena Gaja Chhena jalebi Chhena kheeri Chhena Poda Chili con queso Fondue Frico Frito pie Gougère Gratin ...
List Of Mega Man Battle Network Characters - Antagonists - WWW (World Three) - Mega Man Battle Network 3 Incarnation
... created the N1 Grand Prix as a plot to frame Chaud and ProtoMan ... but Anetta fostered a grudge towards Chaud due to her misconception of the situation ...
Chantal Chaudé De Silans
... Chantal Chaudé de Silans (9 March 1919, Versailles – 5 September 2001, Grasse) was a French chess player and a pioneer of women's chess ... In 1939, she married Bernard Chaudé and followed him to Morocco due to World War II ... Chantal Chaudé de Silans was leading the field for a good part of the tournament but tired at the end, ending up being tied for fifth place out of sixteen players ...