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MMCTF20mugshot Sacred Shrines
MMCTF20Overview
Map creator(s) Beed28
Map code MMCTF20
Music Rock Man Deus Ex Machina - Quick Man Stage
Music Code CTFMUS20
Map size Large
Based on Mega Man 5, Mega Man 6
Available Weapons WepIconDWN029-RingWepIconDLN008-ElecWepIconDWN024-ShadowWepIconDWN036-GyroWepIconDWN030-DustWepIconDWN048-YamatoWepIconDWN018-MagnetWepIconDWN022-SnakeWepIconDLN005-IceWepIconDWN012-QuickWepIconDWN055-NoiseCrushWepIconDWN044-KnightWepIconDWN054-SlashClaw
Available Items ItemIcon-WTankWepIconSWN001-BassItemIcon-TangoRoll

Description

Sacred Shrines is the twentieth Capture the Flag map in MM8BDM, designed by Beed28, and was originally submitted in the Cutstuff 2012 Capture the Flag competition. The level is largely Japanese themed, taking tilesets from Napalm Man, Yamato Man and Plant Man's stages, and the music theme is an 8-bit rendition of "Fortress" from Ganbare Goemon 2, taken from the Mega Man 2 ROM hack Rockman Deus Ex Machina.

Some changes to the map were made between the competition and MM8BDM-v3a's release; the Thunder Beam spots in the bases originally had Rain Flush instead, resulting in long stalling matches due to its ease of accessability. The middle outside area also lacked passageways to the cavern.

The boss music from Mega Man 6 plays when a team is one point away from winning.

MMCTF20Yashichi

The Yashichi is hidden behind a tree in the middle area.

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