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15 Best Sonic The Hedgehog Characters Of All Time, Ranked

Alright, so maybe that initial trailer for the 2020 Sonic the Hedgehog movie hasn’t exactly given our favorite speedster a good name. Still, he’s been a flagship platformer for Sega and a juggernaut franchise since 1991, even accumulating his own cartoons.

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Team Sonic Racing is a solid kart game, so don’t let the prospect of another silly video game movie get you down. Sonic’s just tapping his foot, he’s already moving on to the next big thing. So, let’s have a look at some of the best characters in his unstoppable series, which has accumulated a decent roster over its long, enduring history.

Updated February 14th, 2021 by Gene Cole: Since this was first published, the Sonic film ended up being a rousing success with a much better look, and many fans are optimistic about its sequel and the new Sonic series announced for Netflix. However, it’s been nearly four years since we’ve gotten a new Sonic Platformer like the acclaimed Sonic Forces and Sonic Mania, and there are tons of rarer characters we’d love to see in Sonic’s future appearances.

15 Silver

First introduced in the infamous 2006 Sonic the Hedgehog game, this character ended up being a neat inclusion that other games were far better off for. This strange hedgehog is fun enough to play in most games due to his telekinetic powers, setting him apart from the melee-oriented characters that populate the series.

As a story vehicle, this character is a really great way to implement dramatic plots without introducing one-time side characters. Being completely neutral, he ends up being an organic way to bring in the more magical and galactic aspects of the Sonic universe and is a valuable member of the series current roster.

14 Cream & Cheese

For quite a while, Amy was the only female character most people knew from the Sonic series, and while she’s certainly more than meets the eye, there’s always an opening for other female animal characters in this series.

Cream, and her adorably-named chao pet Cheese, are a prime example of a much different sort of female character in the series. Cream is much more an innocent bystander with a simpler motivation of protecting her pet, and it makes her especially endearing in any game she appears in.

13 Bark

Bark is one of the few characters from Sonic the Fighters that has rarely appeared in other Sonic media. This polar bear may not have come from a great game, but being the only bear in Sonic history and one of the only winter-themed characters makes him much more memorable than his list of appearances would imply.

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There’s also something to be said of larger characters in the series, as the traditional body type of Sonic characters tends to be quite small. Bark isn’t exactly an outstanding or unusual shape, but his silhouette is already way more distinctive than any other side character.

12 Tikal

Even rarer in the series is Tikal, who most people know from the first Sonic Adventure game and as a recurring character in the Sonic X show. She’s essentially an ancient guardian of the Chaos Emeralds from way before Knuckles took the job, and is one of the only other Echidnas in the entire series.

Considering the abundance of Hedgehogs and love for Knuckles, it’s almost kind of strange how little Tikal tends to show up. She’s a much more calm and respectful defender of these iconic crystals, and she can easily act as a polite and optimistic opposite to the rude and cynical Knuckles.

11 Fang

Fang the Sniper may easily be the most stereotypically cool character in the entire series. Sporting a fancy cowboy hat, this gunner has also appeared in very few places besides his debut in Sonic the Fighters, and with so many overly-serious characters like Shadow and Silver, it’s refreshing to see a character who knows just how cool he is.

We’ve luckily seen him a bit more frequently recently, as he appeared in Sonic Mania as a possible mini-boss alongside other Sonic the Fighters characters Bark and Bean. However, he’s an extremely unusual fox among the crowd of dramatic and silly characters, and absolutely deserves another playable appearance.

10 Big

Although this character has a rather disconcerting appearance, it’s also very unique. He’s yet another example of a gentle soul who only acts in defense of his friends. And being a close friend of Amy Rose—who’s always chasing Sonic—he usually ends up in the larger scheme of things, which he would otherwise avoid.

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Despite his alarming size and strength, he’s a secluded fisherman that prefers to move in the slow lane. It’s a little disappointing that he falls into the cliche of being both large and slow-witted, but he’s more like Baymax from Big Hero 6. He’s basically a giant huggable cat, if you aren’t too alarmed by his appearance.

9 Amy Rose

Amy Rose was first introduced in the manga, and she’s also one of the very few female characters in the franchise. Which makes it a shame that her personality seems to be of two minds. On the one hand, she carries that giant Piko Piko Hammer, and appears to be powerful enough in her own right.

On the other hand, she’s constantly falling all over Sonic, and has been known to show cowardice. Either way, the combination of her cutesy design and ironically giant weapon is amusing nevertheless. Her peppy attitude could be infectious or annoying to some, but she is undeniably popular, and recognizable for her decidedly feminine features.

8 Shadow

This character has quite a convoluted backstory, and is actually the outcome of a scientific program conducted by Gerald Robotnik—the grandfather of Dr. Eggman. Gerald was a more stereotypical scientist, wherein his good intentions led to unintended results.

Shadow isn’t just a color swap of Sonic; he’s another anti-hero of the franchise that ultimately works as a lone wolf, but ends up helping out Sonic now and then. Still, he was an instant hit, garnering enough popularity that his character was even resurrected from apparent death. Aside from his origin story, he does have that striking black-and-red color scheme, after all.

7 Rouge the Bat

They definitely started to mine deep for other animals to anthropomorphize. But either way, she’s a far sight better than Amy, even if she can be villainous. As a spy with serious combat skills, that’s got a weakness for jewels, she’s ironically a great deal like Catwoman.

She has a flirty attitude, battles fiercely, and has a shifty moral compass. In that sense, she’s as much a cliched character-type as Espio the Chameleon, and she was probably one of the many new characters that began to frustrate fans. However, she has great abilities and an interesting personality.

6 Espio

It’s a lot of fun that Espio is a chameleon, and the series has leaned into the implications. In Sonic Heroes, he can go invisible and throw ninja stars. But he’s most famous for being a founder of the Chaotix Detective Agency, whose function definitely adds a little flair to the franchise.

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This team also covers two other fun characters, Vector the crocodile and the imaginatively-named Charmy the Bee. Espio has a reserved personality, and although he’s got all the stereotypical traits of a hard-boiled detective, it’s still a fun archetype that plays well off of his more jovial teammates.

5 Metal Sonic

Ah yes, if Godzilla won’t go down, then the only natural solution is to create a Mechagodzilla. This is one of the few creations Robotnik has personally created that is actually a genuine threat against Sonic and friends. His abilities have been known to even beat Sonic’s, and yet he’s never managed to successfully eliminate him. Perhaps it’s a classic case of blind obsession.

Either way, he has a sleek design, and given that he is actually sentient, he counts as a “character”. Considering the countless drones that Sonic blasts through on a regular basis, Robotnik’s other evil concoctions can’t compare—just like Gerald, whose prize creation was Shadow.

4 Knuckles

Perpetually serious, and hogging all the attitude, he actually started out as a villain—but his abilities made him a fan-favorite character, and he ultimately learns that Robotnik misled him.  He’s more ingrained with the lore of the franchise, being the last of his kind who were meant to protect the security of the Chaos Emeralds.

Those are one elaborate can of worms, so let’s just say that they’re akin to the Infinity Stones. Knuckles’ scrappy attitude, red appearance, and famous strength easily won audiences over, so he’s ended up in plenty of sequels and merchandise.

3 Tails

Every Mario needs a Luigi. Miles Prower, the famous flying fox, makes for a genuinely fun sidekick that isn’t just a color swap for Sonic. He has his own backstory, having trouble with bullies, and ultimately using his abnormal tail for something positive. His ability to fly, established in Sonic the Hedgehog 3, is particularly invaluable in a platforming series.

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Always treated as something of a little brother, Tails is actually a mechanic, bringing more of an everyman vibe to the franchise. He’s a mild-mannered character with an adorable design, catering to younger audiences, but he did help introduce multiplayer.

2 Robotnik

Otherwise known as Dr. Eggman, he’s a stereotypical villain in the sense that he’s always in pursuit of world domination. However, it’s his methods that make him so interesting. Manufacturing weapons, and destroying nature in order to transform local wildlife into robots, are distinctly human vices with blatant messages.

We’ve had a distinct imbalance with our environment in the real world, and we’ve definitely had missile-wielding war mongers. Also, his attempts to make everything into mindless, conforming robots speaks for itself. This mad scientist has a cooky, amusing design and the contrast between nature and machines is a fun theme.

1 Sonic

So, this was obvious. Sonic only had a cameo in Wreck-It Ralph because he had places to be, with such a successful career. With a charming design, and a fun attitude, his penchant for speed really set him apart from other platformers. Gamers don’t always have the best attention span—we want things quick, and here was a protagonist that allowed for every type of gamer to become a speedrunner.

His world has a foundation that’s simple, and is filled with colorful art design that focuses on animals—so of course, we’re all fans of Sonic at a real conceptual level. Plus, Sonic’s moral compass always points true. His altruism is very endearing, and within the games alone, he’s mustered a surprising amount of personality.

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Here you can check out characters from Sonic World DX that will be playable or not. The roster may be subject to change and may differ from previous releases.


Sonic_Render_1Jump Attack: Homing Attack

Stomp Ability: Bounce Bracelet.

Skill 1: Spin Kick / Boom Kick

Skill 2: Light-Speed Dash

Skill 3: Light-Speed Attack

[Playable]


2016_legacy_tails_render_by_nibroc_rock-dafeaho

Jump Attack: Flight

Stomp Ability: None.

Skill 1: Tailspin / Tail Whip

Skill 2: Energy Cannon

Passive Buff: Jet Anklet

[Playable]


legacy_knuckles_the_echidna_render_by_nibroc_rock-db16m8pKnuckles is a heroic and powerful echidna who lives on Angel Island, an island in the sky. He is destined to guard the Master Emerald at the Altar of the Emeralds, forever. He is Sonic’s rival and also a friend who can be stubborn and serious. His belief in the goodness of others sometimes makes him gullible. Knuckles is honest, loyal to his duty, independent, and headstrong. Despite being a silent loner, and the fact he prefers that too, he is also kindhearted. Due to his nature, he very often chooses force to be the solution to his problems.

[Playable]


Low_Amy_Render_1_TestJump Attack: Hammer Twirl

Stomp Ability: Piko Crash

Skill 1 (Tap): Piko Hammer

Skill 1 (Held): Piko Vault

[Playable]


Shadow_Render_1Shadow is an artificially processed transgenic hedgehog, created with Black Arms DNA by Professor Gerald Robotnik. He is known as the ultimate life form, also sharing Sonic’s agility and speed. He has a strong sense of purpose and pursues his goals by any means necessary. Shadow prefers to work alone and distances himself from essentially everyone, with few exceptions. He has a very strong sense of protecting mankind due to his relationship with Maria Robotnik in the past. After recovering from amnesia, he has had a better understanding of living faithfully.

[Playable]


rouge_the_bat_legacy_render_by_nibroc_rock-daz1j3aRouge is a smart, sassy and seductive female bat. She is a treasure hunter who specializes in jewels, and she always gets what she wants. She might have a secret interest in Knuckles, since some things never change after all. She might appear to be ditsy at first blush, but she is a calculating realist who acts on her mercenary instincts. Rouge occasionally works for the government as a spy, but nevertheless, there is always something in for her own good. She is a strong-minded young woman, flirty and greedy, and fights dirty when facing a potentially superior opponent.

[Playable]


Cream is a sweet girl rabbit and a friend of the chao. She is inseparable from her chao friend, Cheese. She is very nurturing also towards Cheese’s brother, Chocola. She gives her best at anything she tries, and is always full of curiosity. She is polite, just, and follows manners. Her mother Vanilla the Rabbit is strict, but kind discipline has made Cream very kind. She is brave as well, usually not afraid to go out on an adventure. She is a bit naive however, and does not always see things right away since she is still very young. She loves making flower crowns.

[Playable]


2016_legacy_blaze_render_by_nibroc_rock-daooombBlaze is a pyrokinetic cat princess from another dimension who is the protector of the Sol Emeralds. She has helped Sonic in the past to abolish Eggman Nega’s plans. Blaze takes her job so seriously that she is not the best at making friends. She is calm, solemn, and level-headed as she conceals her true feelings. Blaze is often lacking in social skills, and comes off as shy. But the time she has spent with Sonic and Cream has helped her to discover the meaning of friendship. Blaze is also quite mannerly, probably due to her royal upbringing.

[Playable]


silver_the_hedgehog_legacy_render_by_nibroc_rock-db2ag3tSilver is a hedgehog who has come from the future to change a ruined planet in his timeline. Although he was raised in such a world, he is an optimist and he is full of a strong sense of justice that motivates him to head to the past to correct the future. His psychokinetic abilities enable him to move things around by using just the power of his mind, a power considered second nature in his time. He also believes in standing up for those who cannot for themselves. Yet he is somewhat young and immature at times.

[Playable]


legacy_e_123_omega_render_by_nibroc_rock-db2r0ujE-123 Omega was created as the last of Eggman’s E-100 Series robots, possibly inspired by the design of E-102 Gamma. Omega was designed by Eggman to prevent the release of Shadow. But being imprisoned infuriated Omega, and he abandoned his original programming to prove his power against all of Eggman’s machines. Since then, he teamed up with Rouge and Shadow, the people he trusts most. While Omega is largely emotionless since he is a robot, he is still capable of understanding those of others. He prefers to destroy anything that poses any kind of threat.

[Playable]


legacy_espio_render_by_nibroc_rock-db1qmoxEspio is a chameleon who is a master of ninja arts. As a skilled ninja who thrives on danger, he uses stealth and speed to fool his enemies. His wariness and soulful character makes him a vital member of Chaotix Detective Agency. He is very serious, calm, wise and disciplined, but also opinionated and somewhat arrogant at times. He is usually eager to find danger to flex and polish his skills. He has very good deduction skills as well and can analyze the evil in an instant. He cares a lot for the well-being of his friends.

[Playable]


legacy_charmy_bee_render_by_nibroc_rock-db1ueeiCharmy is a hyperactive bee who is one of the co-founders of Chaotix Detective Agency. He loves to play and can be seen buzzing around everywhere. Although he usually does not get angry, he uses his powerful stinger to attack enemies when provoked. Charmy would rather be playing around than work. He enjoys singing and similar childish goofs, while his team mates try to focus on the tasks. He is easily excitable and looks up to superior figures. His childish behavior can be annoying at times, but nonetheless, he is a valuable member of the agency.

[Playable]


legacy_vector_the_crocodile_render_by_nibroc_rock-db1yq4sVector is a croc with attitude and the head honcho of Chaotix Detective Agency. Despite his scaly exterior and often aggressive manner, Vector has a kind heart deep down. While he may seem like he is only about the pay, he always helps those in need for free. He has a rough demeanor, and at times he is even downright rude, but he is quite a kind soul. He will always care for others and do nothing that will hurt them. He will not get involved with anything not right. He also intensely loves listening to music.

[Playable]


big_the_cat_2018_legacy_render_by_nibroc_rock-dcgkepyBig is a large cat with an endless care for his friends. He is carefree and laid-back. He likes to spend fun days with his best friend Froggy, and takes Froggy everywhere with him. However, he is rather a slow thinker and important things sometimes pass right through his mind. He is very loyal to his friends and reliable. He does not like worry and hurry, and prefers a relaxed life. He has a habit of losing Froggy. Big is amazed by a lot of things and is almost always upbeat, but he is still a great friend.

[Playable]


marine_the_raccoon_legacy_render_by_nibroc_rock-daphhmkMarine is a hydro-kinetic adventurous raccoon from Blaze’s dimension. She was raised on an isolated island of which she eventually grew tired of. She would spend her days gazing upon the vast ocean surrounding her island, wondering what kinds of places and adventures her world had in store. Marine is rather giddy and so often acts before she thinks. She is relatively bossy and attention-seeking, and others occasionally find her a nuisance. She often tries to act tough and in control in front of others even when she herself is anxious. Her passion is to become a worthy captain.

[Playable]


mighty_the_armadillo_2018_render_by_nibroc_rock-dc8dbcnMighty is an armadillo that loves to travel and his dream is to journey the world. He is a gentle explorer and a caring pacifist, using his strength and fighting abilities only when there is no other option. A long time ago, he was captured by Doctor Eggman and he was imprisoned at his base. He met Sonic and Ray, and they escaped together. He was caught again later on, this time to be saved by Knuckles. He joined the Chaotix Detective Agency as they stopped Eggman’s robots. He later left the agency and went onto an adventure with Ray.

[Playable]


ray_the_flying_squirrel_mania_version_render_by_nibroc_rock-dc8n02oRay is a flying squirrel with a rather quirky personality. A long time ago, he was captured by Doctor Eggman and was imprisoned at his base. He was very frightened, but Sonic came to rescue him and his new friend Mighty. He later developed a close friendship with Mighty. Mighty and Ray consider each other brothers and treat each other as such. Ray is slightly more fearful than Mighty, yet extraordinarily interested in super heroes. Ray was recently invited to a new adventure by Mighty.

[Playable]


legacy_chaos_0_render__updated__by_nibroc_rock-db1n1b1Chaos is a mutated chao that has the power of the Master Emerald within him. Once he absorbs all seven Chaos Emeralds, he becomes the dreaded Perfect Chaos. Chaos was a very loving and gentle creature until Pachacamac and his soldiers tried to use the power of Chaos Emeralds to overcome their enemies. Eggman managed to track Chaos’ energy, bring him back to life, and get him to achieve his aggressive final form, which eventually backfired at him. Tikal is Chaos’ best friend, and they live joyfully with the chao in their realm.

[Playable]


tikal_2018_render_by_nibroc_rock-dcmgf2gTikal is a pacifist echidna who in her youth lived in a period of war, where she opposed her father’s warmongering ways. During this time, she befriended the local chao and their guardian Chaos. When Chaos went on a destructive rampage after her father attempted to steal the sacred emeralds, Tikal stopped Chaos by sealing him inside the Master Emerald with her own spirit. 4000 years later, Tikal was released when Dr. Eggman planned to use Chaos to take over the world. She then aided Sonic and his allies. After Chaos was calmed, Tikal left with Chaos to live their lives in peace.

[Playable]


fang_the_sniper_2016_render_edit_sw_verFang, also known as Nack, is a jerboa who is a mischievous treasure hunter. He tries hard to be sneaky and cunning, although his overconfidence and overall naivety proves to be his biggest flaw. Fang appears to be a coward, as he often runs away when his plans go wrong or when he is frightened. He shows himself to be a comedic and egotistical bad-guy who sews his own defeat. Fang is a loose criminal wanted for theft and extortion, further establishing his greed. He is also fascinated by guns and is an expert of them

[Playable]


bean_the_dynimtie_dux_2016_render_edit_swBean is a duck characterized with rapid and erratic movements. He is fascinated by bombs and he is an explosives expert. He has spent a large amount of time and effort mastering this skill. He likes to throw bombs at his enemies for his amusement and defense, and he becomes a bit overexcited and trigger happy whenever he uses his bombs. Bean is hyperactive and wacky, in contrast to his partner Bark. Bean likes to tag along with Fang and helps him on his mischievous adventures. He is a wanted criminal just like Fang.

[Playable]


bark_the_polar_bear__legacy_render__by_nibroc_rock-dagyv48Bark is a polar bear who is Bean’s partner. While Bean is a blabbering lunatic, Bark remains calm and mostly silent. Because of his great strength, he makes for a dangerous foe against Sonic and his friends. When Bean and Bark had Fang join their pack, they became nearly unstoppable to defeat, and while both his partners are fast, he is definitely the strongest of the bunch, and fighting against him would not be easy. No matter how harsh the consequences may be, he will help out his partners as much as he can to help them achieve their goal.

[Playable]


jet_the_hawk_2018_render_by_nibroc_rock-dc55ddoJet is a hawk who is the boss of Babylon Rogues. Jet’s ancestors are technological, intelligent, professional Extreme Gear rider aliens from the Babylon Garden. He continues his father’s Extreme Gear art. Jet is very greedy and selfish, and he is simply a jerk. He is normally lazy and orders Wave and Storm around. When he gets angry, he aggressively kicks things. He loves to challenge Sonic and is in a constant challenge with him to prove who is the fastest. Since then, he has become more mature and fair, but he still keeps his arrogance.

[Playable]


wave_the_swallow_legacy__updated__render_by_nibroc_rock-db2lgq5Wave is a swallow who is the technical genius of Babylon Rogues. Because of her knowledge, she is brimming with self-confidence and arrogance. Due to her adoration of Jet, she allows herself to take the blame for anything that is not her fault. She often refuses to admit when someone has talent and loves to insult others. Wave is often the one reminding Jet and Storm their responsibilities, but she is not always listened to. She is mistreated as if she is good only at building mechanisms. Although Wave knows Jet is an unreliable friend, she keeps following his leadership.

[Playable]


storm_the_albatross_legacy__updated__render_by_nibroc_rock-db2lgt5Storm is an albatross who is a member of the Babylon Rogues. He is hulking, an imposing sight and a powerful force, and capable of destroying anything. He is Jet’s right-hand man. Despite his commitment to duties, he has a quick temper and his clumsiness constantly succeeds in embarrassing himself, Jet, and Wave. He also tends to stutter whenever he has become excited or he is distressed. Storm is very loyal to Jet, and believes his royalty is greater than anyone else. Because of this, he is always ready for an assignment. He loves having Jet as his boss.

[Playable]


tiara_the_manx_legacy_render_by_nibroc_rock-daplgi0Tiara is a manx that possesses a scepter with magical abilities. Tiara was born in a far off island. Because it was far from any type of civilization, her wizard father trained her in the best types of offensive magic and athleticism in order to overcome the wild beasts on the island. She was an agile magician by a very young age. For a few years, she has been researching a faraway island. Tiara took a boat to this island at some point and has been living there since. She has a very cheerful and positive personality.

[Playable]


honey_the_cat_legacy__updated__render_by_nibroc_rock-dbjctfaHoney is a cat who is upbeat and friendly, but also a determined business owner. She is an ambitious fashion designer and also an agile fighter. Even when facing a problem, she has enough confidence to get around it somehow. She is very kind to others, but she also knows when to protect herself. She enjoys an urban life, loves to try out different styles, and hang out with her friends. Rumor has it that she designed Amy’s dress.

[Playable]


shade_10th_anniversary_render_by_nibroc_rock-dco7gv9Shade is an echidna who has lived with the others of her lost clan within the Twilight Cage for over 4000 years. As the leader of the Nocturnus Clan, she takes her job very seriously. She becomes an ally of Sonic and Knuckles when she is saved by them from Imperator Ix after she learnt his plan to conquer Sonic’s world. She is very loyal and is not afraid to stand up for what she believes is right. She is trained in the arts of stealth and the use of powerful high-tech weaponry, making her a fierce opponent.

[Playable]


legacy_mephiles_the_dark_render_auraless_by_nibroc_rock-db2vnqyMephiles is a dark crystal-like entity that wants to bring destruction to the world. He lurks in the shadows, causing havoc and despair to the unsuspecting. He can control shadows and darkness. Mephiles was born during the creation of Solaris and was split away from it. He was then sealed by Shadow into a scepter. After some time, he was accidentally set free. He later became a part of Solaris, but was eventually erased from existence as Sonic put out the flame of hope with Princess Elise.

[Playable]


Heavy and Bomb are two robots that were created by Dr. Eggman, but similar to some of the doctor’s other robots, they betrayed him, and assisted Chaotix Detective Agency in one of their quests. Despite their efforts to help, Heavy is usually very slow and Bomb is often self destructive. However, they are still good companions that their friends appreciate to be around. After Knuckles and the Chaotix stopped Dr. Eggman, Heavy and Bomb went on their own way to live out a life in freedom.

[Playable]


Jump Attack: Hover

Stomp Attack: None

Skill 1: Lock-On Target

Skill 2: Floatation Device

[Playable]


emerl_legacy_render_by_nibroc_rock-dapdbblEmerl is the most powerful Gizoid created by the Nocturnus Clan, but was left behind when the Nocturnus Clan was pulled into the Twilight Cage. About four thousand years later, Emerl was discovered by Gerald Robotnik, who classified him as a superweapon. Gerald attempted to nullify his destructive programming, but failed. In an attempt to curb it, he gave it the same qualities as his creation, Shadow, and a soul based on that of his granddaughter, Maria Robotnik.

[Playable]


gemerl_legacy_render_by_nibroc_rock-dapdbgzG-merl is a Gizoid Created by Dr. Eggman using data and parts from Emerl, making him an evil reincarnation to help him stop Sonic and his friends. However G-merl betrayed Eggman and stole the Chaos Emeralds for himself. He turned into Ultimate G-merl and was defeated by Sonic and Eggman teaming up. His remains were later found on a beach and he was repaired by Tails to make him good like Emerl once was. He now lives with Vanilla and Chocola.

[Alt]


metal_sonic_2018_render_by_nibroc_rock-dcnm0mpMetal Sonic is Sonic’s robotic copy, created by Doctor Eggman to destroy the fleet-footed hero. Metal Sonic was made to copy Sonic in every way, including his speed. He is perhaps one of Sonic’s few rivals who has come the closest to defeating him. Metal Sonic is aggressive, hungry for superiority, and very cold-hearted. Despite usually keeping his darker side somewhat secret, he has a hidden obsessive passion for turning against his master and ruling over the world. His ultimate desire above all else is proving that he is the real Sonic.

[Playable]


Tails Doll is a puppet version of Tails built by Doctor Eggman. It is comparable to Tails in the same way Metal Sonic is comparable to Sonic. Tails Doll has a metal rod protruding out of the top of its head that leads to a red gem that seems to control the robot’s movements. After its first use at the World Grand Prix, it had been put off for awhile, but now it is back. Although it does not appear to be an aggressive creation, many say that it has an extremely dark side to it, even to the point where it may be a cursed being.

[Playable]


mknMetal Knuckles is Knuckles’ robotic copy. Seeing how he was a hindrance to his plans, Doctor Eggman prepared Metal Knuckles as a secret weapon to overthrow Knuckles. Metal Knuckles uses the same power plant as Metal Sonic, and shares abilities with Knuckles. After his first use at the World Grand Prix and his loss against Sonic and his friends, Doctor Eggman decided to deactivate him. But recently, he upgraded him and let him join with Metal Sonic and Tails Doll to go and stop Sonic and his friends once and for all.

[Playable]


legacy_eggman_render_by_nibroc_rock-daoukr9Doctor Eggman is a human with an amazing IQ over 300. He uses his scientific genius and robotics expertise to create weapons and gadgets in his bid to take over the world. However, Eggman’s schemes are foiled at every turn by Sonic and his friends. As countless of his plans were ineffective, he has recently become a little more insane than the smart, calm, and evil man he used to be. He is very short-tempered. Eggman is also very arrogant and narcissistic, and even many of his robots and machines bear his likeness to some degree.

[Playable]


2016_eggrobo_legacy_render_by_nibroc_rock-daouljjJump Attack: Fly

Stomp Attack: Power Stomp

Skill 1: Triple Shot

Skill 2: Homing Missile

[Playable]


infinite_smash4_main_render_by_nibroc_rock-dbn86c9Infinite is an edgy jackal, who abandoned his past weaker self in order to conquer the world. With the ability to create illusions as real as reality, he can manipulate and defeat any foe. He was formerly known as the ultimate mercenary and was the leader of the Jackal Squad. Infinite rose to power seamlessly after Shadow defeated him in a previous battle. He was soon determined to destroy everything in sight, and thus he joined Eggman’s forces to end the Resistance and was given the power of the Phantom Ruby. To this day, Infinite is an enigmatic mysterious figure.

[Playable]


Eggman Nega is a very cruel human that is a descendant of Doctor Eggman from the distant future. He has also traveled to Blaze’s dimension to cause havoc. Although Eggman and Nega have worked together, they are usually rivals against each other. Nega is good at disguising himself as Eggman. He is eerily polite and can lose track of important details while making unnecessarily long speeches. He is also slightly more unstable than Eggman and does not have the slightest mercy for the world.

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orbot_legacy_render_by_nibroc_rock-dappzpmOrbot is a sassy circular servant robot built by Eggman to help him in his various schemes, along with Cubot. Orbot enjoys pointing out the many mistakes in Eggman’s plans and likes to criticize Eggman in any bad choice he makes. Out of the two servant robots, Orbot is the smarter and calmer one. While he is supposed to assist Dr. Eggman in his works, he still talks to him with sass and disrespect even at the face of Eggman’s anger.

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cubot_legacy_render_by_nibroc_rock-dapq0h3Cubot is a dimwit cubical servant robot built by Eggman to help him in his various schemes, along with Orbot. Cubot dislikes work, and he usually prefers lying down and relaxing than doing anything. Even when he works, he does it horribly, often falling asleep. Out of the two servant robots, Cubot is the sillier and lazier one. Cubot’s own hardware is just as lazily designed at times, with a faulty voice chip that keeps changing constantly. Therefore, he can never be taken seriously.

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maria_render_by_nibroc_rock-dboy5g3Maria is a young human, who was the granddaughter of Gerald Robotnik. She was born and raised on the Space Colony ARK. She suffered from a terminal illness, which led Gerald to work on Project Shadow in hopes of finding a cure for her. Gerald’s research created Shadow, and he became a close friend of Maria. When G.U.N. shut down the ARK, Maria was killed while assisting Shadow in his escape from the colony. Maria was very strong in spirit, eternally cheerful, optimistic, and kind. She held endless love and compassion for the people of the world and wished for universal peace.

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legacy_vanilla_the_rabbit_render_by_nibroc_rock-db1ijykVanilla is the respected mother of Cream. She lives in a small cottage with her daughter Cream, Cheese, and Chocola. Chocola is the brother of Cheese. Vanilla is a skilled chef, knitter, cleaner and has always taught her daughter to never forget saying #please# and #thank you#. She also cares a lot for her family, always making sure that they are not in danger of any kind. She is fond of those who keep her family safe. She spends her days happily with Chocola, waiting for Cream and Cheese to come back for some pie.

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List of Sonic the Hedgehog characters

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A variety of Soniccharacters gathered. Clockwise from top: Doctor Eggman, Rouge the Bat, Shadow the Hedgehog, Knuckles the Echidna, Sonic the Hedgehog, Amy Rose, Miles "Tails" Prower, Cream the Rabbit, a Chao, and Blaze the Cat. Art by Yuji Uekawa.

The Sonic the Hedgehogvideo game franchise began in 1991 with the game Sonic the Hedgehog for the Sega Genesis, which pitted a blue anthropomorphic hedgehog named Sonic against a rotund male human villain named Doctor Eggman (or Doctor Ivo Robotnik). The sequel, Sonic 2, gave Sonic a fox friend named Tails. Sonic CD introduced Amy Rose, a female hedgehog with a persistent crush on Sonic. Sonic 3 introduced Knuckles the Echidna, Sonic's rival and, later, friend. All five of these have remained major characters and appeared in dozens of games.

The series has introduced dozens of additional recurring characters over the years. These have ranged from anthropomorphic animal characters like Shadow the Hedgehog and Cream the Rabbit to robots created by Eggman like Metal Sonic and E-123 Omega, as well as human characters like Eggman's grandfather Gerald Robotnik. The series features two fictional species: Chao, which have usually functioned as digital pets and minor gameplay and plot elements, Wisps, which have been used as power-ups.

The Sonic games keep a separate continuity from the Sonic the Hedgehog comics published by Archie Comics and other Sonic media and, as a result, feature a distinct yet overlapping array of many characters.

Characters

Sonic the Hedgehog

Main article: Sonic the Hedgehog (character)

Sonic the Hedgehog,[a] trademarked Sonic The Hedgehog,[1] is a blue anthropomorphic hedgehog and the main protagonist of the series. Developed as a replacement for their existing Alex Kidd mascot, as well as Sega's response to Mario, his first appearance was in the arcade game Rad Mobile as a cameo, before making his official debut in Sonic the Hedgehog (1991). Sonic's greatest ability is his running speed, and he is known as the world's fastest hedgehog.[2] Using the power of the seven Chaos Emeralds, he becomes Super Sonic and can achieve even greater speeds.

Doctor Eggman

Main article: Doctor Eggman

Doctor Ivo Robotnik,[b][3] better known by his alias Doctor Eggman,[c][4] is a human mad scientist and the main antagonist of the series. Debuting in the first game of the series, Sonic the Hedgehog, he was shown attempting to collect the Chaos Emeralds and turn all of the animals inhabiting the land into robots. He is a self-proclaimed or certifiable genius with an IQ of 300.[5][6][7] His fondness for mechas has made him a renowned authority on robotics. Ultimately, Eggman's goal is to conquer the world and create his ultimate utopia, Eggmanland, alternatively known as the Eggman Empire and Robotnikland.[8]

When Sega had petitioned its research and development department to create a character who would replace Alex Kidd as its company mascot, a caricature of U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt was among the proposed designs. It lost to Sonic the Hedgehog, but the design was kept for the basis for Dr. Eggman instead.[9][10]

Miles "Tails" Prower

Main article: Tails (Sonic the Hedgehog)

Miles Prower,[d] better known by his nickname Tails,[e] is a two-tailed fox who is Sonic's best friend and sidekick. His name is a pun on "miles per hour". He is able to use his two tails to propel himself into the air like a helicopter for a limited time. Yasushi Yamaguchi, originally the main artist and zone designer for Sega's Sonic Team, designed Tails for an internal competition for a sidekick to Sonic. His first appearance was in Sonic 2 for the Game Gear, where he was kidnapped by Doctor Robotnik for a "hefty" ransom, and was first made playable in the Genesis version of Sonic the Hedgehog 2.[11] Tails has appeared in almost every Sonic game since his first appearance. Tails starred in two solo spinoff games for the Sega Game Gear in 1995 - Tails' Skypatrol, and Tails Adventure.[12] Frequently portrayed as a sweet-natured[13] and humble fox,[14] Tails used to be picked on because of his twin tails, before he met Sonic.[15] Tails has a very high IQ and excellent mechanical ability.

Amy Rose

Amy Rose[f] is a pink hedgehog and Sonic's self-proclaimed girlfriend.[16] Amy was created by Kazuyuki Hoshino for Sonic the Hedgehog CD (1993),[17] although she appeared Kenji Terada's Sonic the Hedgehog manga a year before.[18] Hoshino created her in-game graphics, with many staff members contributing ideas to her design. Her headband and trainer shoes reflected Sonic CD director Naoto Ohshima's tastes, and her mannerisms reflected the traits Hoshino looked for in women at the time.[17] Her fur color was red at first, and her skirt orange.[19] The character had two other names in game previews: Rosy the Rascal[20] and Princess Sally (a character in the Sonic the Hedgehog TV series and comics).[19][21] Amy received her present design, with a red dress and boots, in Sonic Adventure (1998),[22] courtesy of designer Yuji Uekawa.[23]

In the games, Amy is depicted as driven and competitive. She spends much of her time following Sonic to get his attention or make sure he is safe while demonstrating her affection.[16] Series co-creator Yuji Naka said that Amy was designed "to always chase Sonic", and has made it her life goal to one day marry him.[24] Not possessing the speed or strength of the other characters, Amy uses a hammer to defend herself instead.[16][25] In Sonic CD, Metal Sonic kidnaps Amy and Sonic must rescue her. When he does, Amy kisses him.[21] Amy's first appearance in a Sonic platformer as a playable character was in Sonic Adventure;[22][26] she is playable in Sonic Heroes (2003)[27] and Sonic the Hedgehog (2006),[28] and appears as a non-player character in games such as Sonic Unleashed (2008).[29]

While some journalists have called Amy cute and powerful,[22][30] others find her annoying.[31][32][33][34] Justin Towell of GamesRadar+ and writers from Mean Machines expressed general displeasure at her introduction in Sonic CD.[34][35] Additionally, some have criticized developers' treatment of Amy as a female character and analyzed her implications on gender representation in video games. The Electronic Gaming Monthly staff found her pink coloring and tendency to run from danger to be stereotypical and common in Japanese-created female characters,[36] while feminist blogger Anita Sarkeesian cites Amy as an example of the "Ms. Male Character" trope, in which female characters in games with male protagonists often resemble those protagonists, but with stereotypically feminine features added.[37] Despite this, Amy is one of the series' most popular characters, coming in fifth place in a Japanese popularity poll in 2006.[38] Her likeness has been used in Sonic merchandise,[39] and she appears in the television adaptations Sonic X (2003–2006) and Sonic Boom (2014–2017).[31][40]

Metal Sonic

Metal Sonic[g] is an evil robotic version of Sonic created by Dr. Robotnik. He first appears in Sonic the Hedgehog CD. He is given orders to go back in time and change the past so that Dr. Eggman can rule the future. Sonic must race him in Stardust Speedway to free Amy Rose. He is severely wounded when he crashes and falls, but is rejuvenated by Robotnik in Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II, only to be defeated again in a similar style. He returns in Knuckles' Chaotix, where he attempts to obtain the Chaos Rings, but he is stopped by the Chaotix. Metal Sonic notably acted as the main antagonist in Sonic Heroes, appearing in a new form as Neo Metal Sonic before transforming into the game's final boss, the Metal Overlord. Upon being defeated by Super Sonic, Tails, and Knuckles, he reverts to his traditional appearance. He appears as the main antagonist in the Sonic the Hedgehog (OVA), where Eggman records Sonic's abilities and uploads them to Metal Sonic, who proceeds in attempting to destroy the world before being tossed into lava by Sonic. Metal Sonic appears as a bonus playable character in Sonic Rivals, reprogrammed to aid Eggman Nega in his attempt to take over the world. He returns as a playable character in Sonic Rivals 2, under orders from Eggman to aid Shadow in stopping Eggman Nega's plans. In Sonic Free Riders, Metal Sonic is a playable character and the final opponent in the game's story mode. In Sonic Generations, he appears in his classic form as a rival boss, battling Classic Sonic in Stardust Speedway before ultimately being destroyed. Metal Sonic returns as a boss character in Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric and Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal. He appears in the Sonic Boom episode, "It Wasn't Me, It Was the One-Armed Hedgehog". Metal Sonic appears as a boss in the Sonic story mode of Lego Dimensions.

Metal Sonic appeared as a playable character in the multiplayer mode of Sonic Adventure 2: Battle, as well as Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, and all the Mario & Sonic titles beginning with Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games. Collecting all the emblems in Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut unlocks Metal Sonic as a bonus playable character in Sonic's stages, and purchasing both episodes of Sonic the Hedgehog 4 unlocks bonus levels in which Metal Sonic is playable.

He possesses great strength, including a laser cannon, a jet engine and a force field device he can use to protect himself from projectiles and certain attacks. He usually only communicates with a series of electronic noises. The only notable time Metal Sonic was able to talk was in Sonic Heroes in which he was voiced by Jun'ichi Kanemaru in Japanese and Ryan Drummond in English.

GameDaily placed Metal Sonic 13th on their "Top 25 Video Game Robots" list, describing him as Dr. Robotnik's "greatest creation" and praising the strength of his abilities.[41]

Knuckles the Echidna

Main article: Knuckles the Echidna

Knuckles the Echidna[h] is a red echidna and Sonic's friendly rival. First introduced in the Genesis game Sonic the Hedgehog 3, Knuckles lives on Angel Island, which hovers in the sky due to the power of the Master Emerald. As the last surviving member of the Echidna people who once inhabited the island, his duty is to guard the Master Emerald.

During conception of Sonic the Hedgehog 3, the development team wanted to create a new rival for Sonic. The final design of Knuckles was the result of dozens of possible designs inspired by numerous different animals.[42] A character with many different abilities and skills, he is physically one of the strongest characters of the Sonic series.[43] His strength and mastery of martial arts, specialising in punches, enables him to perform feats such as shattering boulders with his fists, while he can trap air underneath his dreadlocks in order to glide for short distances.

Fang the Sniper

Fang the Sniper,[i][44] initially known as Nack the Weasel[45] in English localizations, is a purple wolf/weasel hybrid[46] (a wolf/jerboa hybrid in Japan[47][48]) that first appeared in the Game Gear video game Sonic the Hedgehog: Triple Trouble in 1994. His character is a treasure hunter in search of the Chaos Emeralds; however he does not know of their true power and merely wants to sell them for profit.[45] He is a slick,[46] sneaky, and mischievous[44] character who will steal the Emeralds for an easier job.[45] Fang tries hard to outwit others, but is held back by his naivety and often fails.[44]

Outside of Triple Trouble, Fang had playable roles in Sonic Drift 2 and Sonic the Fighters in 1995 and 1996, and had been planned to be in the cancelled Sonic Xtreme. He has not had any significant roles since, though he made a cameo appearance on an in-game poster in 2011's Sonic Generations, and as an illusion during the boss fight with Heavy Magician in Sonic Mania in 2017.

Chaotix

The Chaotix are a group of four characters who debuted in the game Knuckles' Chaotix as the main characters, later forming their own detective agency in Sonic Heroes. IGN described the characters as "charming" and noted that they were introduced before fans became weary of all the new characters in the series.[49]

Charmy Bee

Charmy Bee[j] is a bee who is the "scatter-brained funny-kid" of the Chaotix.[50] He is cheerful, curious, playful, careless, and greatly energetic, often talking about things no one else cares about.[51] Charmy's fooling around makes the rest of the detective agency staff look professional, and he is generally seen as a "cute mascot".[50] Despite an innocent,[51] good-natured and light-hearted personality, he uses his stinging tail on rare occasions that he gets angry.[50][51] In addition to being a playable character in Sonic Heroes and Shadow the Hedgehog, he made cameos in all the Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games installments as a referee.

Espio the Chameleon

Espio the Chameleon[k] is a chameleon who is a ninjawarrior. He is described as the "opinionated number one" of the Chaotix, also being the calmest.[52] He has a "militaristic discipline" while being quiet and laid back.[53] Confident in his skills,[52] opinionated and self-obsessed,[53] he revels in training and self-discipline.[52] He is not concerned by danger, and often yearns to face it in order to use his ninja skills.[52] With his extensive training in ninjutsu and an ability to turn himself invisible, he is able to move around unnoticed.[53] However, a blunder like a sneeze could cause him to inadvertently become visible.[52]

Espio's debut was in the video game Knuckles' Chaotix. In the game, his color subtly changes while he moves to demonstrate the technical capabilities of the Sega 32X console.[54] Espio was incorporated into Sonic Heroes as part of a move to reintroduce neglected characters, and because the development team considered him to have a unique, interesting personality.[55] He was the designated "speed" character in Sonic Heroes while teammates Vector the Crocodile and Charmy Bee respectively represented "power" and "flight".[56] Espio was added to Shadow the Hedgehog and Sonic Rivals 2 to help "round out our cast of characters", and because designer Takashi Iizuka appreciated the character's "stealthy agility".[57] Espio appeared as a playable character in the arcade fighting game Sonic the Fighters, and has also appeared in all installments of Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games as the referee in various events.

Mighty the Armadillo

Mighty the Armadillo[l] is a black and red armadillo who debuted in the arcade game SegaSonic the Hedgehog, and later appeared in the 32X game Knuckles' Chaotix. The character is described as a traveler who loves nature and desires to see every place.[58] Mighty hates to see weaknesses in others[59] and detests violence.[58] He prefers to be gentle but undergoes a drastic change and is capable when needed.[58] Mighty's only appearance as part of the Chaotix was in Knuckles Chaotix, and was absent when the rest of the group was reintroduced into the series with Sonic Heroes in 2003. His long period of absence was alluded to in Sonic Generations, in which he is shown on a missing persons poster alongside fellow SegaSonic character Ray the Flying Squirrel. Both Mighty and Ray appeared as playable characters in the Sonic Mania expansion Sonic Mania Plus, as well as appearing in the accompanying web series Sonic Mania Adventures.

Vector the Crocodile

Vector the Crocodile[m] is a crocodile who is the "head honcho" and brains of the Chaotix Detective Agency.[50] Divided between being "bossy" and "easy-going", his rough speech and outward appearance mask his clear reasoning and ability to resolve cases.[60] For the right price he will take on most jobs, unless they involve doing something immoral.[50] Vector has a strong sense of justice and kindness, despite his argumentativeness.[60] He often does unpaid work due to his charitable nature,[50] leaving the agency constantly short on money.[60] Vector hates having to work for the landlord, but he enjoys singing,[60] and his trademark is a set of headphones.[50] He is physically very strong[60] and his powerful jaws are a formidable weapon.[50]

Vector was originally supposed to be in the sound test of the first Sonic the Hedgehog game, but he, along with the feature itself, was removed prior to release.[61] He was part of Team Chaotix in Sonic Heroes and is featured in Shadow the Hedgehog. In all installments of Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games, he is a playable athlete. He is playable in other spinoff titles such as Sonic Free Riders and Team Sonic Racing.

Big the Cat

Big the Cat[n] is a large purple cat who first appeared in the 1998 Dreamcast game Sonic Adventure, where he was placed to justify the presence of a fishing rod in the game, although he was conceived beforehand.[62] Big is a large, purple anthropomorphic cat, who is depicted as—while unintelligent—sweet, easygoing, and physically strong.[63][64]

In Sonic Adventure, Big's story involves fishing his frog friend, Froggy[o] out of various bodies of water after Froggy swallows a Chaos Emerald and part of the tail of Chaos, the game's antagonist. In Sonic Heroes, Big teams up with Amy Rose and Cream the Rabbit to search for Froggy and a lost Chao creature called Chocola. He is a more minor playable character in other Sonic games like Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood and Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing and a non-player character in titles such as the Nintendo DS version of Sonic Colors. Reflecting the story of Adventure, Big appears in the Sonic X anime and the Sonic the Hedgehog comics.

Big has been derided by the video game press and fanbase for his obesity, low intelligence, one-dimensional development and uselessness within his games; he has appeared on several lists of the worst video game characters of all time and within the Sonic cast.[65][66][67] Due to his poor reception and apparent uselessness, Sonic Team claimed they would be retiring the character from appearing in future games in 2012,[68] although head Takashi Iizuka has since stated that a game starring Big is a possibility.[69] Despite this statement, Big has continued to appear in other titles, including Sonic Runners, Lego Dimensions, and Team Sonic Racing.[70][71]

Chaos

Not to be confused with Chao (Sonic).

Chaos[p] is a Chao mutated by the Chaos Emeralds that acts as a guardian for its species, protects the Master Emerald, and provides clear water around its altar.[72] It is a water-like being that can easily manipulate its body. Without any Chaos Emeralds, it is known as "Chaos Zero", but with each Emerald it absorbs, it transforms into a more powerful form, eventually becoming "Perfect Chaos" with all 7 Emeralds.

Its first appearance is in Sonic Adventure, where Dr. Eggman attempts to use it to conquer the world. Chaos tracks down the emeralds, becomes "Perfect Chaos", and floods all of Station Square, but is ultimately defeated by Super Sonic. It reappears in Sonic Adventure 2 as a bonus multiplayer character, in Sonic Battle as a playable fighter, and in Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games as an ice version of Perfect Chaos. He reappears in his perfect form in Sonic Generations as a boss where he has a new look with green teeth and dark blue reptilian skin for the upper half of his body.[73] This was supposed to be how he always looked, but the technology of the Dreamcast at the time made this look impossible.[74] Chaos appears as the final boss in the Sonic the Hedgehog pack of Lego Dimensions.

E-100 Series

The E-100 Series is a group of robots created by Doctor Eggman, who uses them in his quest to conquer the world; However some of their members have since gone rogue.[75]

E-100 Alpha

E-100 Alpha,[q] better known as Zero, is the first of the E-100 series and considered the prototype of the line.[76] He was created by Dr. Eggman and ordered to capture the Chaos Emerald from Amy Rose's Flicky friend, Birdie. He first appeared in Sonic Adventure as the main antagonist in Amy's story, where he repeatedly tries to capture Birdie. At the end of Amy's story, she destroys him. In Sonic Advance 2, he appears in special stages, trying to prevent players from getting the seven Chaos Emeralds.

E-102 Gamma

E-102 Gamma[r] also primarily appears in Sonic Adventure. He is a red, bulky robot[77] with a powerful gun built into his arm.[78] Gamma turns against his master after a heartfelt conversation with Amy Rose, who becomes his friend.[79][80] He offers shoot-'em-up gameplay to a largely platforming-focused game.[81] Gamma later appears as a playable character in Sonic Battle. He has garnered mixed comments from critics.[82] While Xbox World generally commended his story,[83] others criticized the slow and repetitive nature of his gameplay.[84][85][86]

E-123 Omega

E-123 Omega[s] first appears in Sonic Heroes, Eggman seals Omega within an abandoned base, along with Shadow, until Rouge the Bat releases Shadow from his stasis pod, accidentally reactivating Omega.[87] Omega expresses a deep hatred for Eggman due to the latter locking him up in stasis for an extended period of time. Omega decides to team up with the other two in order to obtain revenge on Eggman and prove that he is the most powerful robot of all.[88] He returns with the same goal in Shadow the Hedgehog, and teams up with Shadow in certain levels to destroy Eggman's robots. During Sonic the Hedgehog 2006, he is playable after Rouge orders him to support Shadow many years in the future.[89] He is also one of the secret unlockable characters in Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood.[90] He also appeared in the DS version of Sonic Colors where he challenges Sonic to perform a mission, and reveals to Sonic the location of Eggman's base in the Asteroid Coaster world. In Sonic Forces, Omega is severely damaged by Infinite, but is repaired by Tails and becomes a member of the Resistance. Omega has appeared in Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games as a rival in speed skating and intense short track[91] and in Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games as a rival in the 100m Sprint. Omega appears as a playable racer in Team Sonic Racing.

Omega has an array of destructive weapons concealed in his arms, including machine guns, flamethrowers, missile launchers, beam cannons and rocket-propelled drills. He can retract his hands in order to attach a spinning Shadow and Rouge in their place, either using the two as melee weapons or firing them.[87] Omega has seen negative reception. Eurogamer staff writer Tom Bramwell called Omega a "lesser" character among the Heroes cast.[92] An Electronic Gaming Monthly preview of Heroes referred to him as an imitation of the T-1000s from the film Terminator 2: Judgment Day.[93] However, Jeremy Dunham from IGN called Omega a "supreme machine".[94]

Omochao

Omochao[t] () is a robotChao with a propeller on its head. Omochao was introduced in Sonic Adventure as part of the Chao Races, and it later appeared in Sonic Adventure 2, where it serves as an in-game manual to teach players how to play the game. It has filled a similar tutorial role in other games such as Sonic Heroes, Sonic Advance 3, Sonic Generations, and Lego Dimensions. The character has made other sporadic appearances throughout the series, including as a type of gun in Shadow the Hedgehog, a referee in Sonic Riders, a collectible card and referee in Sonic Rivals 2, a referee in Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games, a supporting character in multiplayer of Sonic and the Secret Rings, and the host of the World Grand Prix in Sonic Free Riders. Its only playable appearance is as one of a group of playable chao in Team Sonic Racing. "Omochao" is a pun on "omocha"[95] and "chao".

Tikal the Echidna

Tikal[u] () is an orange echidna, who is the daughter of Chief Pachacamac[v] from the same tribe that Knuckles the Echidna descends, the Knuckles Tribe.[96] She first appears in Sonic Adventure and returns in Sonic Adventure 2. Thousands of years before the main events of the series, she opposes her father's power-hungry ways of invading other countries.[97] She eventually comes into contact with Chaos and a group of Chao at the shrine of the Master Emerald, who accept her due to her friendliness to them. She tries to reason with him about raiding the shrine for the emeralds, but he, hesitated by what she said to him, briefly snaps at her and orders the Knuckles Clan to attack. When the Clan does as it is told, they ran over Tikal and the Chao, which angers Chaos, as he punishes Pachacamac and the Knuckles Clan for what they did to Tikal and the Chao, by destroying them, absorbing the negative power of the emeralds. After that, Tikal tells the Master Emerald to stop Chaos, as it seals her inside itself.[98] Several thousand years later, Doctor Eggman shatters the Master Emerald and awakens the angry Chaos and Tikal's spirit. Tikal helps the main characters defeat Chaos and then leaves with it.[99] Tikal appears in Sonic Advance and Sonic Advance 2 in a Chao minigame, and makes a cameo appearance on the Angel Island board of Sonic Pinball Party. In both Sonic Rivals and Sonic Rivals 2, she appears on a variety of collectible cards. In Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games and Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games, she appears as an unlockable Mii costume. In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, she is a collectable sticker. Tikal appears as a playable character in Sonic Runners.

Shadow the Hedgehog

Main article: Shadow the Hedgehog

Shadow the Hedgehog[w] is an artificially created life form in the design of a black and red malehedgehog, similar to Sonic. His trademark hover skates propel him at extreme speeds that rival those of Sonic.[100]

According to official profiles, Shadow was created 50 years ago by Professor Gerald Robotnik as the "Ultimate Life Form",[101] which is ageless and immortal.[102] Sharp witted and seemingly always on the edge,[7][103] once he has set himself to a goal, he will do whatever it takes to accomplish it,[7] regardless of any danger.[104] After the trauma of the death of his only friend, Maria Robotnik, Shadow strives to fulfill his purpose and keep the promise he made to her.[7][104] Although his relationship with Sonic seems to have developed from antagonistic to friendly rivalry, animosity from not understanding their different mindsets still occurs.[105]

However, Shadow shares a lot of similarities with Sonic.[104][106] He can perform spin attacks common to Sonic,[101] which are a variation on the tendency for hedgehogs to roll into tight balls for protection. Additionally, with the power of a Chaos Emerald, Shadow can warp time and space with Chaos Control.[101][103][104] Shadow is also able to use a variety of other Chaos powers, such as "Chaos Spear" and "Chaos Blast".[104]

Using the power of the seven Chaos Emeralds, Shadow uses his super transformation to transform into Super Shadow[107] and bestows new abilities of flight and near invulnerability, with normal abilities of speed and enhanced Chaos powers.

Professor Gerald Robotnik

Professor Gerald Robotnik[x] is the grandfather of Maria Robotnik and Dr. Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik. Fifty years before the main series, he attempted to create the "Ultimate Life Form" under the funding of the United Federation, hoping that it can help cure Maria's illness. He appears in Sonic Adventure 2 and Shadow the Hedgehog.

Maria Robotnik

Maria Robotnik[y] is a character that appears mostly in flashbacks in Sonic Adventure 2 and Shadow the Hedgehog. She is the granddaughter of Professor Gerald Robotnik, and is the cousin of Dr. Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik. Maria suffers from the illness known as "NIDS" (Neuro-Immuno Deficiency Syndrome), which was incurable at the time. Gerald takes on Project Shadow in order to save her life. Soon after Shadow is created, the two bond deeply, though it is short-lived as the government organization "G.U.N." soon raids the ARK, fatally shooting Maria. Before she dies, she encases Shadow in an escape pod and asks him to bring hope to humanity and give humans a chance to be happy. This experience with Maria scars Shadow for life, but ultimately his determination to keep his promise to her leads him to team up with Sonic and save the Earth multiple times.

Maria's first, and only, playable appearance is in Shadow the Hedgehog, where she can be controlled as a partner character by a second player during specific in-game missions.

Rouge the Bat

Rouge the Bat[z] is a white, anthropomorphic bat who made her first appearance in Sonic Adventure 2 in 2001, and who has been featured in most games since. She is depicted as a professional treasure hunter devoted to the pursuit of jewels,[108] calling herself the "World's Greatest Treasure Hunter". She has a tendency to ignore abstract morality or manners for potential profit;[109] her "feminine charm" makes her appear careless, but she is actually scheming and manipulative.[108] Additionally, she serves as a part-time spy for the government, and is a competent fighter.[108] She battles using kicks, especially her signature "Screw Kick," and she can fly using her wings.[110]

Cream the Rabbit and Cheese

Cream the Rabbit[aa] is a peach-coloredrabbit with a constant companion named Cheese,[ab] a blue Chao with a red bow-tie. Their names were based on "cream cheese".[111][112] Cream is portrayed as being naive because of being brought up like a princess by her mother, Vanilla.[113] She always politely minds her manners[114] but sometimes acts childishly.[114] Cream can achieve flight for short periods of time by flapping her two large ears,[113] while Cheese often attacks on Cream's behalf by ramming into her adversaries.[115]

Cream first appeared as a playable character in Sonic Advance 2.[116] She returned in Sonic Heroes as part of "Team Rose", working together with Amy Rose and Big the Cat to defeat Metal Sonic,[117] and then again for Sonic Advance 3.[118]

Since her first trio of games, she has been relegated to being an extra playable character in Sonic spinoffs and multiplayer games. She is a playable character in the Sonic and the Secret Rings multiplayer mode, a playable fighter within Sonic Battle, a secret unlockable party member in Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood[119] and a playable racer in Sonic Riders, Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity, and Sonic Free Riders.

Cream has received mostly negative opinions from the video game press. Thomas East of Official Nintendo Magazine ranked her as the fifth worst Sonic character, criticizing various aspects of her like her high-pitched voice, repetitious speech in Sonic Heroes, "ridiculous smile", and single eyelash on each eye.[120] Christian Nutt of GameSpy singled her out as one of the negative features of Sonic Advance 2, calling her "corny" and "dopey-looking".[121]GamesRadar writer Jim Sterling ranked her as their second worst, stating that she "represents perhaps everything that's wrong with Sonic the Hedgehog characters", particularly finding her name to be random.[122] Similarly, Tom Bramwell of Eurogamer exclaimed "oh God" at her and Cheese's names.[123] David Houghton of GamesRadar ranked her name as one of the 25 worst among all video game characters, seeing a double entendre in the word "cream".[124] In contrast, Xbox World's review of Heroes stated that "we love Cream" and called her "the best new Sonic character since Tails."[125]

G.U.N. Commander

The G.U.N. Commander[ac] is the leader of the Guardian Units of Nations (G.U.N.), a major military organization in the Sonic universe. His childhood took place aboard the ARK, a massive space station that was first explored in Sonic Adventure 2, although he did not appear in that game. While there, he befriended Maria Robotnik and witnessed the creation of Shadow. His family was killed when G.U.N. attacked the ARK, and he began to harbor a deep resentment towards Shadow as a result of this, though he would later join the organization. He appears throughout Shadow the Hedgehog as an antagonist; he tries to kill Shadow at first, though in one of the game's branching pathways, he realizes that Shadow has no memories of the incident and lets him go. Dialogue from levels in this game indicates that he has at least one child and one grandchild. The Commander also appears in Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood, where he allies with the game's playable characters against the Marauders, an antagonistic nation.

Blaze the Cat

Blaze the Cat[ad] is a purple catprincess from an alternate dimension. She has been appointed as guardian of the Sol Emeralds, her dimension's version of the Chaos Emeralds,[126] making her role similar to that of Knuckles the Echidna.[127] She is portrayed as calm and levelheaded, hiding her true feelings.[128] She is sometimes "bogged down" by her own strict discipline and devotion to her position, making her appear withdrawn.[128] Blaze can control fire,[126] but wears a cape to conceal it as she was teased about her pyrokinetic abilities when she was young.[127] Using the Sol Emeralds, she transforms into Burning Blaze. Blaze wears a purple dress and white tights with pink high heels and a yellow necklace.

Blaze debuted in Sonic Rush as a playable character along with Sonic.[129] She arrives in Sonic's dimension from another dimension along with the Sol Emeralds. While searching for the Emeralds, she befriends Sonic and Cream and helps them stop Dr. Eggman and Eggman Nega before returning to her dimension. She reappears in Sonic the Hedgehog as Silver the Hedgehog's friend during the future of Sonic's dimension. The two attempt to fix their ruined future world by traveling back in time. Blaze ends up sacrificing her life to seal Iblis, the fiery monster that has destroyed their world, inside herself, but is brought back to life at the end of the game when Sonic destroyed Iblis in his own time period. She appeared again as the main character in Sonic Rush Adventure, where Sonic and Tails are transported to her dimension and help her retrieve the "Jeweled Scepter".[130]

Since her first trio of games, she has been relegated to being an extra playable character in Sonic spinoffs and multiplayer games. She is an unlockable multiplayer character in the Sonic and the Secret Rings and Sonic and the Black Knight, a playable racer in Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity, Sonic Free Riders and Team Sonic Racing, and a playable athlete in all five Mario and Sonic at the Olympics games. She appears together with Silver in Sonic Colors DS in several cutscenes and missions.

Blaze has been mostly well-received by critics. IGN remarked upon seeing her at TGS 2005 that she "easily earned her place in the team" amidst unremarkable secondary characters. Her gameplay has been praised as "fast-moving and fun" as opposed to slower characters introduced earlier in the series,[131] but criticized for its resemblance to that of Sonic.[132] Blaze has been called "a nice addition to Sonic's cast" and "one of the more complex, multifaceted characters in the Sonic canon".[132][133]

Eggman Nega

Eggman Nega[ae] is Eggman's descendant from 200 years in the future, first introduced in Sonic Rush as the arch-enemy of Blaze the Cat and later Silver the Hedgehog.[134] He is known to cause trouble not only through time travel, but through inter-dimensional travel as well. Although his outward appearance resembles that of Doctor Eggman, his personality is different.[135] He is heartless and calculating, but maintains polite speech and manners.[135] His exact role in the overall series varies; in the Sonic Rush series, he works alongside the original Eggman as a team.[136]

Babylon Rogues

The Babylon Rogues are a group of avian thieves. They have only appeared collectively in the three racing games Sonic Riders, Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity and Sonic Free Riders. Producer Takashi Yuda considered them best-suited for Sonic series racing games, and noted in a 2006 interview that Sonic characters are usually designed with one specific storyline in mind.[137]

The Rogues have received predominantly negative comments from gaming journalists. Alex Navarro and Joe Dodson of GameSpot separately criticized their clichéd backstory,[138][139] as did Eurogamer's Tom Bramwell.[140]IGN's Jack DeVries specifically called Jet a "jerk" and stated that his voice is annoying, especially in Free Riders.[141]

Jet the Hawk

Jet the Hawk[af] is a green hawk and the leader of the Babylon Rogues,[142] and nicknamed the "Legendary Wind Master"[143] due to his mastery of Extreme Gear.[144] This mastery comes from his forefathers.[142] His skills make him a possible match to Sonic the Hedgehog,[144] whom he considers a rival.[142] Jet is aware of his duties as leader but must sometimes be helped by his team.[142] Filled with extreme pride, the thing he likes most other than treasure is himself.[142] He despises losing and those who are faster or more confident than him and fights using Bashyo Fans.[142]

Wave the Swallow

Wave the Swallow[ag] is a purple swallow who is the team's mechanic, as her father was for the previous generation of the Babylon Rogues.[145] Gifted in this craft,[145] she has a superb mechanical knowledge of Extreme Gear, which surpasses both Miles "Tails" Prower and Dr. Eggman.[146] Because of this knowledge, she is full of confidence.[147] She hates thick-headed or stupid people and notices everything, but her advice tends to be understandable only to her.[147] Although she looks on Jet the Hawk as an "unreliable younger brother" and can be stubborn, she follows his leadership.[147]

Storm the Albatross

Storm the Albatross[ah] is a hulking albatross who is described as the muscle of the Babylon Rogues and Jet the Hawk's "right hand man."[148] The strength of his loyalty to Jet is greater than any other and he hates rivals to the team.[149] When he is angry, he becomes destructive;[149] and the raw power of his physical strength makes up for his lower intelligence[148] and lack of speed.[150] With his quick temper, he may stutter when flustered,[148] and he hates having to wait.[149]

Silver the Hedgehog

Silver the Hedgehog[ai] is a silver-furred hedgehog from 200 years in the future of the main timeline. He first appeared in the 2006 Sonic the Hedgehog. His individual episode revolves around him traveling back in time with Blaze the Cat to find and slay Sonic the Hedgehog, who they believe is the cause of their world being destroyed in the future. Silver's primary ability is telekinesis;[151] he is able to levitate objects and use them as projectiles to either defeat enemies, or interact with his environment.[152] Like Sonic and Shadow, he transforms into his "super form" by using the power of the seven Chaos Emeralds.

Silver's creation was inspired by the game's early development stages, where the development team was making huge levels with multiple paths through them, and decided they wanted to include a new character with unique abilities for an alternate way to play through the levels.[151] The design team developed over fifty different concepts for the character.[151] At one point he was to actually be an orange mink named Venice (named after the city of the same name), but the developers ultimately decided against this, fearing a mink would not blend in with the rest of the characters.[151] They ended up deciding to make another hedgehog instead.[151] Orange was originally decided for his fur, but they soon moved away from that in color, in favor to a white-gray one.[151] While developing the character models and textures, they focused on using the hardware to develop the textures rather than just use white-gray, which lead to Silver's color and name.[151] Additionally, Silver's backstory was inspired by Trunks from the 1984 manga Dragon Ball, who made a similar journey to the past to kill two androids that would eradicate most of humanity in his own time; the script for Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) flat-out states "Essentially, think Trunks from Dragon Ball Z."[153]

Since his first appearance in Sonic the Hedgehog (2006), he has mainly appeared in the Sonic series' spinoffs, multiplayer games, and small cameo roles. He is one of the playable characters in Sonic Rivals and Sonic Rivals 2, a playable character strictly in the multiplayer modes in Sonic and the Secret Rings and Sonic and the Black Knight, a playable racer in Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity,[154]Sonic Free Riders and Team Sonic Racing, and a playable athlete in the Mario & Sonic series beginning with Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games. He appears in Sonic Generations as a boss in the stages Crisis City (console version) and Tropical Resort (3DS version). Additionally, Silver was one of a few Sega characters to make a cameo in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, in the background of Sonic's Green Hill Zone stage,[155] and as a trophy and sticker.[156]

The character has generally not been very well-received by critics.[157][158]

Orbot and Cubot

Orbot[aj] () is a red robotic assistant of Dr. Eggman who first appears in Sonic Unleashed. While he generally assists in monitoring Eggman's data, he often makes sarcastic remarks pointing out general flaws in Eggman's plans, prompting a quick smack in return. He appears again in Sonic Colors, alongside a similar yellow robot named Cubot[ak] ().[159] Conversely to Orbot, Cubot is rather slow, not witty, and suffers from a defect in Sonic Colors that causes him to randomly speak with different accents.[160] The two have continued to appear as assistants to Dr. Eggman in subsequent titles, such as Sonic Generations,Sonic Lost World and Sonic Forces. The duo made a cameo in Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games as one of the helping characters in the London Party, copying stickers for the participants.[161] The duo appeared in Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games as the hosts of the Action and Answer Tour and in the Sonic Boom animated series. Digital Spy praised their inclusion in the plot of Sonic Colors, especially Cubot for his humorous observations and self-awareness about the game's tropes.[159]

Wisps

Wisps[al] are a race of extraterrestrial creatures who live on a grassy, lush planet called Planet Wisp.[162][163] The mother of all Wisps is a much larger, pink one named Mother Wisp.[164] She created Planet Wisp and raised all of her children.[165] Wisps speak a common language that Sonic and Tails cannot understand,[166] though Tails builds a translation device in the game Sonic Colors.[167] Their Japanese and English name comes from Tails' translation of a word in their language;[168] other characters in the game refer to them as "aliens".[169][170] Wisps are composed of an energy force called "Hyper-go-ons",[171] which they can use to phase into the body of playable protagonist Sonic and give him temporary elemental powers.[162][172] They come in numerous breeds, each carrying one of many elemental powers known as "Color Powers".[162] When Sonic collects a Wisp, he can use its power once at will; however, he can only carry one at a time.[173]

There are numerous types of Wisps, each with its own special ability. Colors introduced ten types between the Wii and Nintendo DS versions of the game; some only appear in one version. For example, Purple Wisps, whose "Frenzy" ability turns Sonic into a difficult-to-control demon that can chomp through obstacles, is exclusive to the Wii version,[174] but Violet Wisps, which scale up Sonic's density to black hole-like levels and causes him to absorb enemies, obstacles, and rings, appear only in the DS version.[175] However, others appear in both versions, such as Yellow Wisps, which allow Sonic to drill underground and find otherwise inaccessible areas.[174]Lost World introduced more types of Wisps while keeping some old types.[176] Among these are Magenta Wisps, which bounce Sonic across paths of musical notes by having the player tap them on the Wii U's touch screen,[177] and Black Wisps, which turn Sonic into a bomb that can roll over enemies and explode.[178] The Colors manual describes each type of Wisp as having a different general personality; for example, Cyan Wisps, which allow Sonic to bounce off surfaces, are scatterbrained and energetic, while Orange Wisps, which blast him rapidly into the air, have fluctuating and explosive emotions.[179]

In Sonic Colors, Eggman builds an amusement park spanning the Wisps' planets under the pretense of making up for past transgressions.[163][180][181] Suspicious, Sonic and Tails investigate and rescue two Wisps from Orbot and Cubot.[170][182][183] One of them, a talkative male White Wisp named Yacker, tags along with Sonic and Tails during the game.[184] It turns out that Eggman is converting Wisps to a corrupted, purple (Wii version) or violet (DS version) state to fuel a mind control ray and control the universe.[185][186][187] Sonic frees Wisps from their confines in each level,[188] then uses several of them to defeat Eggman at the end of the game.[189] However, Eggman's mind control cannon malfunctions and creates a black hole, which sucks Sonic in until the Wisps combine their power to pull him out and neutralize the black hole.[190] Yacker frees the remaining Wisps, reverts them from their corrupted form, thanks Sonic and Tails,[191] and leaves.[192] The DS version features Mother Wisp as a post-game boss, as she was corrupted by the corrupted Wisps' Hyper-go-ons.[193][194] Wisps have also appeared in the level "Planet Wisp" in Sonic Generations[195] and the comics.[196] Iizuka stated in an interview that the Wisps were added to Colors to "expand and strengthen the platformaction gameplay" without forcing the player to switch to other playable characters.[197] Another goal was to encourage players to revisit already-played levels; Sonic Team accomplished this by adding segments requiring certain types of Wisps to levels preceding their first appearances.[198] Iizuka has said that he now considers them a staple in the Sonic series.[199]

Critics have given mixed opinions toward Wisps and their integration into Sonic gameplay. IGN's Arthur Gies called them "the big addition" to Sonic Colors, outshining its polished physics and controls.[162] Dave McComb of film magazine Empire called them "cutesy" and "strange",[200] while John Meyer of Wired found them "cuddly" and Dale North of Destructoid called them "a cute little alien race".[201][202] Randy Nelson from Joystiq called them "plush" and speculated that they could easily lend their image to profitable merchandise.[203] Positive attention has been directed at the variety of Wisps available in Sonic Colors and Lost World and at the variety of gameplay styles they brought to the titles: for example, Gies stated that "almost all of them add interesting quirks to Sonic's basic abilities."[162] Reviewing the Nintendo DS version of Colors, Tim Turi from Game Informer stated that "each adds an interesting new gameplay mechanic" to the game.[175] Gies and Turi also praised the ability to revisit old levels with Wisps unlocked afterwards.[162][175]Nintendo Power's Steve Thomason identified them as "a truly interesting addition to the Sonic formula" amidst a series of missteps, and praised their "cleverly designed" variety.[174]Computer and Video Games writer Chris Scullion described Wisps in Lost World as "familiar power-ups that emulate mechanics in Mario's Wii adventures" as part of a larger, ambivalent point about the game being derivative of Super Mario Galaxy.[204] However, control and pacing aspects of the Wisps in general, as well as of individual types, have been criticized: for example, Turi opined that "for almost every useful ability there is a complete dud" and bemoaned the Wii controls.[205] Justin Speer from GameTrailers thought similarly and added that the Wisps "don't really feel like they belong".[206]Hardcore Gamer Magazine's review of Lost World stated that none of the Wisps make satisfying use of the Wii U's gamepad.[207] Chris Shilling of Eurogamer found them to "lead to clumsy touchscreen or gyro interludes that kill a level's pacing."[208]

Sticks the Badger

Sticks the Badger[am] is an orange and brown badger, first introduced in the animated Sonic Boom television series. Her characteristics are wild, energetic and paranoid, having lived in the wilderness alone for most of her life. Nonetheless, she is portrayed as wanting to strengthen her newfound friendship with Sonic, Amy, Tails and Knuckles.[209]

Sticks appears in a non-playable role in Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric and as a playable character in Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal.

She is described as "infantile" by Scott Thompson of IGN[210] and an "unlikeable idiot" by Becky Cunningham of GamesRadar,[211] albeit a "nice addition" by Chris Carter of Destructoid.[212]

Sticks has appeared in other Sonic Boom titles, including Sonic Dash 2: Sonic Boom and Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice, and has appeared in other Sonic titles not associated with the Boom sub-series, such as Sonic Runners and Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

Notes

  1. ^Japanese: ソニック・ザ・ヘッジホッグ, Hepburn: Sonikku Za Hejjihoggu
  2. ^Japanese: ロボトニック, Hepburn: Robotonikku
  3. ^Japanese: ドクター・エッグマン, Hepburn: Dokutā Egguman
  4. ^Japanese: マイルス・パウアー, Hepburn: Mairusu Pauā
  5. ^Japanese: テイルス, Hepburn: Teirusu
  6. ^Japanese: エミー・ローズ, Hepburn: Emī Rōzu
  7. ^Japanese: メタル・ソニック, Hepburn: Metaru Sonikku
  8. ^Japanese: ナックルズ・ザ・エキドゥナ, Hepburn: Nakkurusu Za Ekiduna
  9. ^Japanese: ファング・ザ・スナイパ, Hepburn: Fangu Za Sunaipā
  10. ^Japanese: チャーミー・ビー, Hepburn: Chāmī Bī
  11. ^Japanese: エスピオ・ザ・カメレオン, Hepburn: Esupio Za Kamereon
  12. ^Japanese: マイティー・ザ・アルマジロ, Hepburn: Maitī Za Arumajiro
  13. ^Japanese: ベクター・ザ・クロコダイル, Hepburn: Bekutā Za Kurokodairu
  14. ^Japanese: ビッグ・ザ・キャット, Hepburn: Biggu za Kyatto
  15. ^Japanese: カエルくん, Hepburn: Kaeru-kun
  16. ^Japanese: カオス, Hepburn: Kaosu
  17. ^Japanese: アルファ, Hepburn: Arufa
  18. ^Japanese: E-102ガンマ, Hepburn: Ī-Ichi-Zero-Ni Ganma
  19. ^Japanese: オメガ, Hepburn: Omega
  20. ^Japanese: オモチャオ
  21. ^Japanese: ティカル, Hepburn: Tikaru
  22. ^Japanese: パチャカマ, Hepburn: Pachakama
  23. ^Japanese: シャドウ・ザ・ヘッジホッグ, Hepburn: Shadō Za Hejjihoggu
  24. ^Japanese: プロフェッサー・ジェラルド・ロボトニック, Hepburn: Purofessā Jerarudo Robotonikku
  25. ^Japanese: マリア・ロボトニック, Hepburn: Maria Robotonikku
  26. ^Japanese: ルージュ・ザ・バット, Hepburn: Rūju Za Batto
  27. ^Japanese: クリーム・ザ・ラビット, Hepburn: Kurīmu Za Rabitto
  28. ^Japanese: チーズ, Hepburn: Chīzu
  29. ^Japanese: 司令官, Hepburn: Shireikan
  30. ^Japanese: ブレイズ・ザ・キャット, Hepburn: Bureizu Za Kyatto
  31. ^Japanese: エッグマン・ネガ, Hepburn: Egguman Nega
  32. ^Japanese: ジェット・ザ・ホーク, Hepburn: Jetto Za Hōku
  33. ^Japanese: ウェーブ・ザ・スワロー, Hepburn: Wēbu Za Suwarō
  34. ^Japanese: ストーム・ザ・アルバトロス, Hepburn: Sutōmu Za Arubatorosu
  35. ^Japanese: シルバー・ザ・ヘッジホッグ, Hepburn: Shirubā Za Hejjihoggu
  36. ^Japanese: オーボット, Hepburn: Ōbotto
  37. ^Japanese: キューボット, Hepburn: Kyūbotto
  38. ^Japanese: ウィスプ, Hepburn: Uisupu
  39. ^Japanese: スティックス・ザ・バジャー, Hepburn: Sutikkusu Za Bajā

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We caught our breath. A little distracted, the man himself lay down on the trestle bed and put the woman on top of his spear. Nadezhda tucked the horse into her burrow and galloped off. His breasts with swollen nipples bounced heavily in front of his face. Over and over again she sat down on a sweet post and soon, trembling all over, sailed again.

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