History: Quickman II, aka "Quickie" was developed shortly
after the apparent destruction of the first Quickman.
During the construction, something had gone wrong and
Wily was forced to make Quickie's gender programming
"female," as it's been said. But, to avoid
suspicion among the other robots, Quickie was instructed
to act just like Quickman, mannerisms and all.
the charade wasn't to last, as the first Quickman had
returned and Quickie was revealed. Finding that he no
longer has a use for her, Wily puts Quickie in storage.
Shut down and forgotten, Quickie remained locked away
for a long time.
some point during her "sleep," Quickie was
smuggled away to the Globatech Corporations, one of
the leaders in the field of civil robotics. Quickie
was refitted, modified and tested. Globatech, seeing
as how Megaman has failed in stopping Wily for good,
were also going to bring the scientist down. But since
Megaman and other civil robots have a code against killing
humans, Globatech decided to use one of Wily's own.
Robot Masters usually weren't programmed with that code
of ethics, and since Quickie was easily accessible,
she became Globatech's choice. Rewiring her brain, the
head scientists at Globatech installed new programming
software, including one that is set to activate whenever
they deem is the right time. Called the "Dark Drone,"
the programming would override all of Quickie's other
faculties, basically reducing her to a high-speed killer
zombie. The Dark Drone programming was encrypted deep
within her cognition, so that it was undetectable by
her memories, Globatech returned Quickie back to her
stasis pod in Wily's fortress.
after, Quickie was discovered by Heatman and Bubbleman
during an idle stroll through the castle. While searching
for the last of the Pizza Bites, Heatman came across
the stasis tube that Quickie was contained in. Convincing
Bubbleman to help him, they reactivated Quickie and
freed her from storage. Knowing that Wily wouldn't want
two Quickman's running around and knowing that the original
would be furious; Heatman and Bubbleman snuck Quickie
out of the castle and she ran off.
after, Quickie was found by Iceman (or, some say, Iceman
was found by Quickie) and he offered her a place to
stay with the rest of the Sinister Six. Most of the
other robots were wary of Quickie's presence, but that
didn't seem to be a problem as Iceman and Quickie soon
developed a bonding relationship. Quickie vowed that
she would never leave Iceman, and wherever he went,
that happiness was soon lost as Iceman gave his life
to protect his friends from Red. Heart-broken and anguished,
Quickie spent a very long time alone, grieving. She
distanced herself away from every one that she knew,
and would oftentimes disappear for even days at a time.
After several weeks, the remaining Sinister Six began
to grow worried.
day, the power in the headquarters began to go offline.
Thinking it to be a problem with the generators, Elecman
went to check. He found Quickie sprawled on the floor
in the generator room, attached by a blown wire to the
main power generator. He found that surprisingly, Quickie
was still "alive," only badly damaged and
her systems completely overloaded. Not knowing what
else to do and unable to deal with her and Iceman's
death, Quickie was taken to a local hospital where she
remained, in her self-induced coma.
Powers: Armed with the ever-annoying Rolling Cutter,
Cut Chan can slice through just about anything that
gets in her way. Due to her originally being built as
Quickie, she still retains her precise aim with her
weapon. Being protective of her friends, 'specially
Ice Man, Cut Chan will rush blindly into battle, not
knowing or caring what she's up against, just so long
as she protects her friends. Due to being retrofitted
by Globatech when she was Quickie, Cut Chan's brain
still contains the hidden Dark Drone programming. When
and if activated, it will reduce her into a high-speed
killer zombie. Though somewhat unaware of this programming,
Cut Chan has shown many unusual skills for her android
type; such as lock-picking, bomb-making, and she's a