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This guide's purpose is to take you through all areas of this game and cover all the items along the way that you can collect. Beware of spoilers if you decide to view it.

Looking at gameplay of its predecessor, Mega Man Zero, not much has changed. The same weapons remain, with the exception of the Triple Rod, and all weapons are still leveled up, but this time through continued use, not specific uses. The Element system still applies, but Zero can now receive abilities from bosses like the original Mega Man Series games. The only real change is the overworld is no longer linked together anymore. All areas are now accessed through one in-base Trans Server, and you'll need to talk to Ciel to download Cyber-Elves. Along with this, the Escape function now serves as a way to escape cleared areas, much like the Exit Unit from the orignal series. Unfortunately, this means missions cannot be aborted, making them one-way deals, but there aren't any mission-specific Cyber-Elves, nor any obtained from bosses, which means you can go back to collect any you might miss.

Aside from all the new changes, you'll notice this sequel is tougher than the first game. It might seem to hammer difficulty into the ground sometimes, but if you get into the hang of things, it shouldn't be a huge problem to get through the game.

So, if you're all set, it's time to play Mega Man Zero 2!

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Item checklist[edit]

Mission
(Maverick Hunter)
Element
(weakness & chip)
EX Skill
(get A/S Rank)
Suggested Form to obtain
(requirement to meet)
Mecha Scorpia - - -
Poler Kamrous MMZ1-3 Flame Chip.png weak vs. Flame Chip
MMZ1-3 Ice Chip.png drops Ice Chip
MMZ2 Triple Shot Icon.png Triple Shot (ice buster) MMZ2 X Form Icon.png X Form (use Z-Buster)
Panter Flauclaws MMZ1-3 Ice Chip.png weak vs. Ice Chip
MMZ1-3 Thunder Chip.png drops Thunder Chip
MMZ2 Spark Shot Icon.png Spark Shot (thunder buster) MMZ2 Rise Form Icon.png Rise Form (use jumping Saber slashes)
Phoenix Magnion MMZ1-3 Thunder Chip.png weak vs. Thunder Chip
MMZ1-3 Flame Chip.png drops Flame Chip
MMZ2 Tenshouzan Icon.png Tenshouzan (flame saber) MMZ2 Erase Form Icon.png Erase Form (mirror bullets with Shield B.)
Hyleg Ourobockle MMZ1-3 Flame Chip.png Stage affected by Flame Chip MMZ2 Laser Shot Icon.png Laser Shot (neutral buster) MMZ2 Power Form Icon.png Power Form (Chain Rod pulls)
Golem Trio MMZ1-3 Ice Chip.png MMZ1-3 Flame Chip.png MMZ1-3 Thunder Chip.png weak vs. all chips - MMZ2 Active Form Icon.png Active Form (use dashing Saber slashes)
Kuwagust Anchus MMZ1-3 Ice Chip.png weak vs. Ice Chip MMZ2 Sengatotsu Icon.png Sengatotsu (dashing thunder saber) MMZ2 Defense Form Icon.png Defense Form (attack with S. Boomerang)
Burble Hekelot MMZ1-3 Flame Chip.png Stage affected by Flame Chip MMZ2 Energy Chain Icon.png Energy Chain (neutral chain) MMZ2 Energy Form Icon.png Energy Form (collect energy crystals)
Harpuia MMZ1-3 Ice Chip.png weak vs. Ice Chip MMZ2 Kougenjin Icon.png Kougenjin (neutral saber) -
Leviathan MMZ1-3 Flame Chip.png weak vs. Flame Chip MMZ2 Sharp Edge Icon.png Sharp Edge (jumping ice saber) -
Fefnir MMZ1-3 Thunder Chip.png weak vs. Thunder Chip MMZ2 Blast Shot Icon.png Blast Shot (flame buster) -
Rainbow Devil - MMZ2 Filter Shield Icon.png Filter Shield (neutral shield) -
Fenrir AP MMZ1-3 Thunder Chip.png weak vs. Thunder Chip - -
Leviathan AP MMZ1-3 Flame Chip.png weak vs. Flame Chip - -
Herpuia AP MMZ1-3 Ice Chip.png weak vs. Ice Chip - -
Elpizo & Dark Elf - - MMZ2 Proto Form Icon.png Proto Form (beat the game)
MMZ2 Ultimate Form Icon.png Ultimate Form (use every Cyber Elf)