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I don't remember yoshi getting any new powers :colbert:
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When has she ever really helped him? In either series?
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Amy helped Sonic escape prison in Sonic Adventure 2.
Roll gave Mega Man the vaccine in Mega Man 10.
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Fair enough.
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luroberto wrote:When has she ever really helped him? In either series?
Roll has constantly been helping Dr. Light, and as a consequence Megaman, for bodaciously ever. Amy helped Sonic in Adventure 1, though mostly in an indirect manner. Adventure 2 she makes more of a difference. Both have been known to constantly try to help through the entirety of their series.

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Borderlands 2: A group of four friends go on an adventure to save their land. They can constantly gain items that allow them to take extra hits from enemies, and augment their abilities. They fight through different kinds of worlds, facing many different forms of enemies who seem kinda unique but most are just from previous games. When the heroes jump on their enemies, the enemies take damage. Also, nobody likes the ice world because it's repetitive and it's pretty near the beginning and nobody likes an ice world near the beginning of a game.
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Yeah, I realized Amy was helpful after I played through the Sonic Adventures again.

I've only ever really played Mega Man 2, and I don't think Roll existed in that game. Maybe in the opening.
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