Tron Bonne, Queen of the Servbots, at your service!Tron's victory quote.
Tron Bonne is a character from the Mega Man Legends series by Capcom. She is a genius architect from the Bonne family of air pilots. She controls the Gustaff and is assisted by the Servbots she created.
Though she is a pirate and has been shown to be rather greedy and egotistical, she has also shown a noble morality throughout the series, performing altruistic deeds like aiding her archenemy Mega Man in the Mega Man Legends series; or chastising, defeating, and turning in a crime boss to the police for his barbarity of attempting to utilise an ancient robot vehicle to devastate and conquer the world in the spin-off game The Misadventures of Tron Bonne. Thus, Tron knows when to "draw the line" when performing acts of piracy, or when any scheme becomes too morally questionable for her liking.
Temperamental and prideful when in the presence of others, Tron's personality towards her forty-one Servbots is more reminiscent of a disciplinarian mother towards her children. She is very harsh and demanding towards her Servbots, but is quick to praise and reward them for good performance, being very caring and compassionate towards them when they're not performing any number of tasks.
Tron and her Servbots return home to ask Mega Man Volnutt to go out with him and threatens him with a reprogrammed Sentinel.
Tron Bonne is an unorthodox character, using her Bonne Strike and long ranged, damaging normal attacks to keep the opponent pinned, leaving them vulnerable to her unblockable command grab. Tron also possesses a large amount of health, on par with the Hulk.
If an opponent is hit by the Bonne Strike, Tron can easily transition that attack into her Servbot Takeout Hyper Combo. If it is blocked however, the opponent has to watch out for her command grab. All her normal attacks are very damaging, and her Air Rake can make opponents bounce if hit on the ground.
Tron Bonne is also very effective as an assist character, with three assists that are effective if used correctly. Her Gustaff Fire assist, in particular, is very difficult to punish and causes a freefall state if it hits an airborne opponent.
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- Tron is very popular, having appeared in more games than Mega Man Volnutt himself, and has also appeared in her own game, The Misadventures of Tron Bonne.
- She was confirmed during the Tokyo Game Show 2010, along with Albert Wesker, Spider-Man and X-23.
- Her Lunch Rush hyper has a maximum of 41 hits (excluding the initial gunshot that sets up the move), the total number of known Servbots as of Mega Man Legends 2 and The Misadventures of Tron Bonne. It's also a reference to Mega Man Legends 2, where the Servbots repeatedly sent letters to Mega Man Volnutt requesting that he join as Servbot #42 in order to cheer up Tron. This is referenced in her ending, where she reprograms a Sentinel to serve as Servbot #42.
- The rest of the Bonne family can be seen in Tron's home stage, Kattelox Island, along with various Servbots. Also, Tron's brother Teisel is in the background cheering her on whenever she is fighting in Kattelox Island. If she is defeated, he will become sad. Humorously, if Tron defeats/is defeated by another Tron, he will look confused for a short while before starting to cheer for his sister again. And if she is not being used in said stage, she will sit next to Teisel and watch the players fight while holding a Servbot on her lap.
- If Tron is in the field after all enemy characters have been knocked out, there is a celebratory sound that plays when she stands up to flash the "V for victory" hand sign.
- In Tron Bonne's after-match victory quote to Zero, she demands to know where Mega Man is, even though Mega Man Volnutt (her archenemy in the Mega Man Legends series) is not the Mega Man that Zero knows.
- Tron was revealed alongside X-23, to match the theme of both initially being portrayed as villains, but gradually showing a more noble morality to become heroines (or anti-heroines). In Tron's case, she was the main antagonist in the first Megaman Legends game, but was later portrayed as a hero and main protagonist of sorts in her spin-off title The Misadventures of Tron Bonne, and later came to ally with her archenemy Megaman in Megaman Legends 2 to deal with more dangerous threats.
- In Addition to the above, Tron and X-23 share an opposite relation, as Tron in a inventor/creator of sorts to every single machine operated by the pirates, while X-23 is a creation.
- Her rival in UMvC3 would be Sentinel, because in Tron's ending, she reprogrammed it to be her servant.
- Tron's older brother, Teisel, has bright red eyes. In Tron's Teisel color scheme, her eyes do not change color, but her earrings become bright red.
- Despite being only 14 years old, Tron is not immune to the advances of some older male characters. Iron Man still hits on her before a match (and still says he would have preferred a candlelight dinner with her), Doctor Strange will still hold out a rose and bow to her for his female specific taunt, and Hawkeye will still turn her down but can't blame her for "wanting him."
- Most of Tron Bonne's moves in MvC2 and MvC3 are inspired by the Mega Man spinoff The Misadventures of Tron Bonne, in which she is the main protagonist. In this game she must use her Gustaff and Servbots to complete various missions. For example, her Bonne Strike move is inspired by another robot Tron uses in the Digout Levels of her game. Also, her Bandit Boulder is inspired from her being able to pick up and throw objects other than boulders in The Misadventures of Tron Bonne (but the boulder is the first interactive object she finds in the tutorial level). Finally, her Servbot Takeout is inspired by one of the Servbot Training Levels from The Misadventures of Tron Bonne, in which a Servbot must serve food to other Servbots.
- Tron's after-match victory quote to Nova indicates she is infatuated with him, but is too embarassed and prideful to admit it. This could be the reference to her crush on Mega Man Volnutt.