- List of Sonic the Hedgehog comic book characters
This article lists the fictional characters in the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series.
Cast creation and influence
Some of the characters were influenced by the cartoon Sonic the Hedgehog, and a lot of them were influenced by the games and other Sonic TV shows. Others still are completely original to the comic, a large number being relatives of game or TV show characters.
Many of the main characters are part of the Freedom Fighters, a group of rebels openly opposing the tyrannical oppression of Doctor Robotnik. After Robotnik is defeated and the kingdom is reestablished, the group is still active, though they are more like soldiers. After Eggman takes power, they continue to fight for their home. The main base exists in Knothole, but there are also numerous other groups in different parts of the world, such as the "Downunda" and the "Overland."
Antoine D'Coolette is a former member of the Royal Guard. He is a brown coyote with blond hair. He is occasionally depicted with a small mustache, although he has not been seen with one for some time. Although it was suggested that Antoine wore a hairpiece in the early issues other of comic, modern continuity has established it as his natural hair. Though Antione is dressed in a regimental blue uniform, he is shown to be the most inept member of the team by far. Early on, he was shown to be harboring a romantic crush on Sally, and is frequently seen competing with Sonic for her favor. More recently, he married Bunnie Rabbot(see below). He speaks in a French accent and often mispronounces words or phrases. When flustered or otherwise aggravated he usually cries out "Sacré bleu cheese!"
In the Archie Comics continuity (and only subtly in the SatAM continuity), Antoine's rivalry with Sonic escalates to all-out enmity. After Sonic is temporarily roboticized and forced to attack Knothole Village, Antoine gleefully serves as the prosecutor at his subsequent trial for treason. Despite Antoine's best efforts, Sonic is eventually welcomed back into the fold.
Bunnie the "Rabbot" D'Coolette
Bunnie Rabbot is a cyborg rabbit with a metallic arm and legs, the result of a thwarted attempt by Robotnik's minions to turn her into a robot. Upon being rescued by Sonic, Bunnie gladly enlists in the Freedom Fighters. Her robotic limbs grant her a certain degree of super-strength, as well as the ability to elevate by telescoping her legs. She speaks with a southern accent and refers to other characters as "Hon'" or "Sugah" (a possible reference to the X-Men heroine Rogue). Bunnie is seen in her natural form only twice during the TV series; in the episode "Sonic Conversion" a de-roboticizer is tested on her and is successful, although the effects are only temporary, and she returns to her previous state later in the same episode. The two-part episode "Blast to the Past" features Bunnie as a child, prior to her transformation. Bunnie is also shown to be knowledgeable in martial arts, even attempting to teach some of the other Freedom Fighters such as Antoine, with mixed results.
In her comic incarnation, Bunnie's wardrobe later evolved to consist of a jacket (usually a cowboy jacket with tassels) and cowboy hat. She was also seen carrying a pair of revolvers as part of this change, but they were dropped after a couple of issues. Bunnie was also depicted wearing an outfit reminiscent of Daisy Duke from Dukes of Hazzard while attending Knothole High School.
The comic incarnation of Bunnie was not part of the Freedom Fighter group growing up. She is introduced in Sonic #3 while being tossed into one of Robotnik's mobile roboticizers by SWATbots. Bunnie is rescued by Sonic and Rotor, who shut down the machine in mid-process. The result is that Bunnie's left arm, internal organs, and lower body are replaced by cybernetics. In gratitude for saving her life (and partially out of reverence for Sally, her idol), she offers to join the Freedom Fighters. Bunnie is one of few characters whose parentage is never explored. Recently, she married Antoine (see above).
Although Bunnie rarely uses her super-strength to violent ends, she is forced to battle Sonic after the hedgehog is captured by Robotnik and changed into a murderous robot. During the fight, Bunnie displays a Mega Man-esque arm cannon attached to her left arm, as well as a shield generator. Further complications occur when Bunnie's cyborg half begins to corrode her "living" side. As a price for upgrading her hardware to be more suitable with her organic half, Bunnie can never be restored to her original form, despite earlier hopes that a cure could be found. Despite this, she seems to have come to terms with her condition and finds them useful when compleating missions.
Her name was originally pronounced ending with a long "o" (the "t" being silent), but after her partial roboticization she instead pronounced the last syllable as "Bot" (a play on the word robot).
The main members of the group are Knuckles, Vector the Crocodile, the first member and a close friend of Knuckles, Espio the Chameleon, who is a member of The Chaotix and is also a member of the Shinobi Clan from where he originated form, he also is a former government agent. Charmy Bee, a prince of bees who keeps his position secret from the group, Ray the Flying Squirrel, and Mighty the Armadillo. After Julie-Su defects from the Dark Legion, she befriends most of the Chaotix and joins the team. Rouge the Bat briefly joins the group following her escape from Dr. Finitevus. After Charmy returns to the Golden Hive Colony to accept his role as Prince, his fiancee Saffron joins them.
Archimedes the Ant
Archimedes the Ant, known as Archy to close friends, is the mentor of Knuckles and Locke, and the part of the Fire Ant Council, the ruling body of his race. Archimedes is also one of the few residents of Mobius proper in constant communication with the Brotherhood of Guardians. He first meets Knuckles and the Chaotix during their investiagtion of the Grand Conservatory, and joins them. His focus has traditionally been on Knuckles, particularly in helping him come to terms with how he feels about his role as a Guardian. Archimedes also seems to have no problem letting Knuckles suffer in order to achieve what he feels should be achieved.
Versed in magical lore, Archimedes is master of smoke and mirrors and sleight of hand, allowing him to fool even the most clever of enemies. Like all members of his species, he can also breathe fire, allowing him to take on opponents several times his size. Archimedes can teleport from place to place in a puff of smoke, though in order to do so for others he must be in physical contact with them, and he can also communicate telepathically with other Mobians.
Mighty the Armadillo
Mighty the Armadillo is a pacifist who is extremely physically strong, and one of the friendlier members of the Chaotix. He's quick to make friends, and quite protective of a Ray the Flying Squirrel, a very timid member of the group, who later gains more confidence. He grows up with outlaw parents and a younger sister, and after his parents are arrested, he goes to Mammoth Mogul in the hope of gaining the strength to save them. Though he is given help, he fails to save them, and Mogul erases his memory and places a hypnotic suggestion in his mind. He eventually meets and befriends Sonic and Ray, and he later joins the Chaotix. He also helps guard the Floating Island with Knuckles.
Saffron Bee is one of Charmy Bee's earliest friends, and his former arranged fiancée. After Charmy leaves the colony to avoid his royal responsibilities, she does not understand his reasons. After their colony is attack by Eggman, she flees to the Chaotix and soon begins to date Charmy. As with other members of her race, she can shrink to insect size and fly. She is very timid and is accompanied by her Nightopian plushie.
Dr. Eggman is a version of Robotnik from an alternate reality, who initially calls himself "Robo-Robotnik." He is a version of Robotnik, who manages to conquer Mobius and destroy the resistance, but makes the mistake of turning Sonic and the others into cyborgs. They manage to keep their free will, forcing Robotnik to use the Roboticizer on himself to survive. He travels to Mobius Prime in order to use a large robot, known as the "Giant Borg", to conquer the multiverse. He is stopped by thousands of different alternate version of Sonic, and reduced to a severed head connected to a space station in his universe. He is eventually met by Robotnik, having been transported to his Robo-Robotnik's reality by E.V.E., who convinces him to gain a new body, made out of pieces of the Borg, and kill off the rest of his universe's Mobius.
He soon learns of his counterpart's death, and, bored to death with nothing else to conquer or destroy in his world, decides to travel to Mobius Prime to "fill the void." He poses as a resurrected Robotnik, and lures the Freedom Fighters to an orbital platform, but it is eventually destroyed, which destroys his body. He transfers his consciousness to a new body, and takes the name Eggman. After a number of failed plots and numerous new bodies, he is eventually permanently deroboticized by the Bem. Soon after, the Xorda attack the planet, and Sonic is lost in space. Eggman quickly retakes a large amount of land, and forms the Eggman Empire, but the return of Sonic and several more failures begin to take a tole on Eggman's sanity to the extent that he nearly uses a super weapon that would destroy half of his own headquarters and anyone in it at the time in addition to the Freedom Fighters, simply to get Sonic out of his life for good. After a final battle at New Megaopolis, Eggman's defeat, combined with Sonic's relentless taunts and insults, finally drives him completely insane and reduces him to a drooling, babbling maniac (his final coherent words being "I HATE THAT HEDGEHOG!!"). He is subsequently restrained by a straitjacket and placed in a padded cell by Snively, but he subsequently escapes. He has recently regained his sanity and is secretly in hiding with Snivley and the Dark Egg Legion.
Julie-Su A former soldier of the villainous Dark Legion, and half-sister of their leaders Kragok and Lien-Da. She was separated from the legion, joined Knuckles and his friends then she betrayed them in a massive wide scale invasion on Angel Island. Julie-su was arrested, and kept in jail, but surprisingly was rewarded with her freedom on the condition she join the Chaotix, a decision made by Constable Remington with the guidance from Locke. The Chaotix were surprised with the news, none more so than Vector the Crocodile who always despised Julie-su for defeating and humiliating him in their first encounter. She has since defected from the Dark Legion, without much question or resentment from Knuckles. After bickering, challenging and insulting Knuckles and his friends she received friendship, (with Espio first, then Charmy, who was written out of the Chaotix in replacement Julie-su was introduced) and became Knuckles' girlfriend after fighting alongside him for a short period of time.
Julie-su is also speculated to be Knuckles' soulmate, after he is said to have experienced the 'Soultouch' with her in the Knuckles the Echidna series. In the Sonic Universe comics showing the possible futures of the characters (30 Years Later), Julie-Su is shown as Knuckles' wife, and they have a daughter named Lara-Su.
Miles "Tails" Prower
Tails' name is a pun on "miles per hour". His nickname comes from his two tails, which he uses to help him fly. He loves to hang around Sonic, and considers him to be one of his greatest heroes. Two of his main abilities are flying and tinkering. Tails is a member of the Freedom Fighters, but often seen as the baby of the group, considering his age. Angry with the treatment he was receiving from the other Freedom Fighters, he embarked on a solo mission. On this particular one, he meets Fiona Fox, his temporary love interest. Believing her to be real, it was love at first sight. She later turned out to be in leagues with Robotnik, as she was one of his creations. Eventually, Tails forgets her, and moves on. Despite his constant "little brother" treatment from the rest of the heroes, Tails matures throughout the comic, and even embarks on more solo adventures without Sonic's aid.
Mina Mongoose is a singer seeking the affection of Sonic. She is saved by Sonic after being captured by Eggman's forces, and though she attempts to save her mother, Sonic convinces her to save herself at the time. She joins the Freedom Fighters and deals with the depression of losing her mother by helping them. She is eventually recognized by as a talented singer, and she quickly becomes world famous as her songs help raise morale in the fight against Eggman. During Sonic's absence in space after the Xorda attack, she begins to date her manager, Ash Mongoose. Mina has extraordinary speed (which pales in comparison to Sonic), but she lacks control. It was granted to her by Mogul in order to save her mother, though he erases her memory of the event in order to manipulate her in the future.
Nicole is a sentient, portable computer sent back in time from a possible future by Sally. She is created by Rotor at the request of Sally and sent back to her past self. She is constantly carried by Sally, though as she is envious of Sally's body, she often takes the a holographic form of a lynx that is able to interact with people and objects. The form uses a lot of power, so she normally just limits it to an on-screen avatar. She is very logical and to-the-point, but she also has a sense of humor, often shocking with small jolts of electricity. She is temporarrily switches bodies with Sally at one point, which causes her to develop a desire for a permanent body, resulting in the hologram. She is designed with a firewall to prevent the Freedom Fighters from learning about the future, which the present day Rotor attempts to crack without success.
Nicole can interface with other mechanical systems, allowing her to access and download information or even provide the Freedom Fighters with control over various unfriendly technologies. Nicole's computer incarnation also comes equipped with a low power laser, which can be used to cut through metal. After taking control of Nanite City and reshaping it into New Mobotropolis, she becomes the control program for the computerized city, making her virtually omnipotent within the limited area. Her new abilities in this point, aside from being able to project her holographic body continuously, include control of all the energy shields and the power to teleport individuals from one area of the city to another. She also has the ability to almost immediately repair any damage sustained to the city and create new structures on a whim, as well as direct control over devices composed of her nanites such as spy probes.
She appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog cartoon series, voiced by Kath Soucie and Aya Hisakawa in Japanese. She is owned by Sally, but she is simply a creation programmed by Maximillian Acorn. She is highly technical in her speech, frustrating Sonic with her constant technobabble, to the point where he nearly shakes her apart. This forces her to adapt by using slang terms and speaking in a manner similar to Sonic himself.
Rotor is a purple walrus (colored blue in the cartoon) who serves as the team's engineer and technician. He created many of Knothole Village's surveillance and security systems. Although a bit clumsy, Rotor is a trusted friend to everyone who knows him. In his cartoon incarnation, Rotor's attires consists of a toolbelt and a yellow baseball cap. During the second season, Rotor was drastically re-designed. He became chubbier and the shape of his snout and tusks became smaller. His toolbelt was now a darker red, and he now wore black gloves. Though Rotor's background is rarely touched upon, it is revealed that he had been friends with Sonic and the others for a long time. Rotor met Sonic, Sally, and Bunnie as well as Antoine later on when they were children.
In the Archie comic, Rotor's past is briefly expanded upon: Rotor hails from a northern continent, where his family resides in the arctic tundras. They were unwittingly brainwashed by Robotnik, forcing Rotor to flee home. Rotor's father Sherman worked with Sonic's father and Uncle Chuck as their personal pilot. Although briefly seen, Rotor exhibits remarkable piloting skill. He has also been called Boomer early in the comics, this was later revealed to be a fun nickname they gave him during their childhood
Princess Sally Acorn
Princess Sally is the leader of the Freedom Fighters, although on the series, it appears that Sonic is the leader. Robotnik views her as a threat, causing him to attempt to replace her with a robotic doppelgänger at one point. After Robotnik is overthrown, she works hard to reconstruct the old kingdom, and she continues to help the Freedom Fighters once Eggman takes power. She appears in the television series, voiced by Kath Soucie, Rikako Aikawa and Yuka Shioyama in the Japanese prints, and Dana Hill, who voices Sally's younger self. She wishes to overthrow Robotnik and free her father from the void. She initially supports the group from Knothole, and she later joins them on their missions. She appears as a non-playable character alongside other Sonic characters in a bonus level of Sonic the Hedgehog Spinball. She also has a romantic crush on Sonic, and in the Archie comics the stories have often hinted at this love. Their conflict during Sonic's return from the battle, however, broke them apart as a result of Sally's melodramatic action in front of the audience. After taking advice from her friend Bunnie, Sally attempts to form a romance with Monkey Khan. After a few issues, it is seen that Sonic shows an utter dislike of Sally and Khan's relationship. This may hint that Sonic still has feelings for Sally. Sally later admits to Monkey Khan that she is not ready for a relationship with him, and whishes to give her relationship with Sonic another chance. In issue 212, Sonic and Sally go on a date together. Despite being hassled about Nicole by the residents of the restaurant they were in, Sonic and Sally continue to have a great time together (thanks to Amy fending off the residents). While relaxing by the lake of rings, Sally and Sonic officially refirm their relationship.
Sonic the Hedgehog
Sonic is a 15 year old hedgehog and co-leader of the Freedom Fighters. His nickname Sonic comes from his incredible speed.
A.D.A.M., the "Autonomous Digital Assault Microbe", is a sentient computer virus created by Dr. Eggman. After getting into some minor conflicts with Sonic, Tails, and Bunnie Rabbot, A.D.A.M. pretends to work for Eggman while acting as a being known as "Anonymous", who manipulates Mammoth Mogul and Ixis Naugus, and various other events. His plan is eventually revealed, and even though Eggman destroys A.D.A.M. main programming, he manages to transfer himself to Tommy Turtle through the use of nanites. He soon sets off to collect all of the Chaos Emeralds with the help of the captured Tails and Shadow the Hedgehog. He eventually does battle with Sonic, Tails, and Shadow in his own Super Form, but after the Emeralds are moved to the "Zone of Silence", he and Tommy are vaporized by the Egg Fleet.
A.D.A.M. has control over Eggman's computer and therefore every robot he owns; he can also spread to other computer systems that connect to Eggman's databases and control them as well, though this control can be compromised if A.D.A.M. is distracted. He also controls an innumerable number of nanites, which he can use to infect and control virtually any mechanical device. Upon taking possession of Tommy Turtle's body, A.D.A.M. gains all the bionic properties granted to Tommy by his shell being fused together with nanites, such as the ability to sprout metallic wings.
Bark and Bean
Bark the Polarbear and Bean the Dynamite are mercenaries under Nack the Weasel's leadership, but a fake auction for the Master Emerald gets the group captured and brought to jail. The jail is eventually raided by Eggman, who takes most of the prisoners. They join up with Mammoth Mogul once they arrive in New Mobotropolis, and later work for him to obtain Sonic's shoes. Sally eventually convinces them to switch sides by paying them more than Mogul, but they fail when Nack the Weasel interferes. Bean's behavior is eccentric, and he is easily delighted and distracted by shiny objects. He's often oblivious to danger and disregards safety, and he tends to make odd observations and comments at inappropriate times. In contrast to Bean, Bark is straightforward and completely silent.
Bark and Bean are both playable characters from sonic the fighters.
Black Death is a Cat sorcerer described as "standing alone" from other powerful sorcerers. He only travels with the Enchantress, a much weaker rabbit magician who can use her eyes to make victims obey her will. He is a former resident of Knothole, who attacks Knuckles during his search for the Sword of Acorns. He manages to enslave Knuckles with the Enchantress' magic, which lasts until he is freed by Sir Connery, who is hunting users of black magic for the Ancient Walkers with his Sword Of Justice. Connery takes Black Death and his companion away after they are defeated.
Car-Heem is a collector and scientist from the Planet Weeet, who travels the galaxy looking for specimens of species. He believes all other species to be inferior to himself, and he has no qualms with abducting Robotnik and the Freedom Fighters for study. Robotnik works with the Freedom Fighters to obtain freedom, but he later betrays them, and launches Sonic and Car-Heem into space. They are both saved by Rotor, and Car-Heem decides that he is actually the inferior being, and sets off to collect non-living objects instead, such as "intergalactic comic books."
The Dark Legion is a group composed of a group of technocratic Echidnas. It is founded by Menniker, the son of Dimitri, who forms the group together with other Echidnas opposed to the ban on technology imposed by the Guardians. They are banished to a realm where time passes differently than Mobius, and they attempt to dominate Angel Island. They are obsessed with technology, and replace much of their bodies with cybernetic implants. After the barrier between the realm and Mobius is dissolved, they make a full on attempt to capture Echidnaopolis. Dimitri eventually makes an attempt to form a truce between the two factions, though the Legion eventually splinters until Dr. Finitevus calls for a truce. He betrays the Legion in order to turn Knuckles into Enerjak, who removes most of the implants from the Legion members and transports them to Albion. They eventually team up with Eggman to have their bodies modified again, renamed the Dark Egg Legion. Lien-Da, the current leader of the Legion, tricks Dimitri and paralyzes his "legs", thus imprisons him and advises to "think small thoughts" to preserve his energy. He is later found and rescued by Sonic and Tails and taken back to New Motropolis where his given an emergency power boost. When NICOLE is resented by the people, Dimitri serves as a source of comfort for her (as dose Espio) and encourages her to stand up to them. He also makes plans to speak with Knuckles. Dimitri finally gains the courage to face Knuckles and instantly aplogises to him for all the trouble he caused in the past and asks for help in finding redemption. While Knuckles is a little agitated to see Dimitri he decides to give him a chance and makes plans to send him to Haven on Angle Island and plug him into the systems there so he can help find a way to save the Dark Legion from Eggman.
The Destructix are a group of criminals, many of whom have served Dr. Robotnik or Mammoth Mogul, who escape from Devil's Gulag prison. They are initially joined by Kodos, Uma Arachnis, Snively, and Nack the Weasel in an effort to seize power, but they eventually part ways. They work for a number of different villains, including Robotnik, Ixis Naugus, Mogul, and Finitevus. They are joined for a time by Scourge and Fiona Fox.
The group has six core members. Drago Wolf is a former Freedom Fighter, who defects to Robotnik and acts as a double agent. He values strength, serving anyone who is stronger than himself, but he is also very cowardly in the face of danger. Sleuth "Doggy" Dawg is another former Freedom Fighter, who joins Robotnik to gain power and wealth. Mammoth Mogul's "Fearsome Foursome", Lightning Lynx, Sergeant Simian, Flying Frog, and Predator Hawk, a small group meant to occupy the Freedom Fighters and Chaotix, make up the rest of the group. Sergeant Simian has super strength, in addition to a vast arsenal of weaponry. Predator Hawk is able to fly, while Flying Frog actually glides. Lightning Lynx rounds things out with super speed, and also possesses super hearing and reflexes.
Downtown Ebony Hare
Downtown Ebony Hare is rabbit mafia boss, who always operates through his henchmen. He is followed by Blackjack, a muscle bound bulldog, and Foxxy, a female companion for "moral support." Hare attempts to make a deal with Renfield to stop his placing a highly addictive and poisoning sauce on his amusement park's food supply, and he comes into contact with the Chaotix. The majority of the group ends up hospitalized due to the sauce, and Julie-Su attempts to enter the gang undercover, but she is thrown off a building by Blackjack. Hare and Blackjack are eventually arrested after Hare attempts to kill Julie-Su.
"Enerjak" is the name of a superform and semi-independent villainous Persona that can be attained by members of the Echidna species. To become Enerjak, an Echidna must either absorb the power of the Chaos Shards, Chaos Emeralds, or otherwise be imbued with great amounts of Chaos Energy artificially. There have been many different Enerjaks over time. It is very powerful, possibly one of the most powerful beings in existence on Mobius. It displays abilities such as teleportation, telepathy, mind control, levitation, control over matter and energy at a molecular level, electromagnetic pulse generation, the ability to distort time and reality, super strength, and the power to control people. Its appearance includes a ceremonial outfit created for ancient Echidna generals, consisting of a golden faceplate, golden breastplate, and various bands of gold around the elbows, wrists, fingers, knees, and ankles, complete with a silver headband.
The first Enerjak shown in the series was originally Dimitri the Echidna, a scientist from Angel Island who sought to return the island to the surface using the Chaos Syphon to remove the energy keeping it afloat. Having had his plan denied by the High Council of Angel Island, Dimitri grew enraged at the rejection and instead used the device without their consent. The machine malfunctioned, destroyed eleven of the Chaos Emeralds, and imparted their power into him. Dimitri was driven mad by the power, and in an attempt to conquer the island, became buried under the citadel. He escaped centuries later and did battle with Knuckles, but then was launched into space along with his citadel by Locke. He was saved by Lightning Lynx, and returns to take control of the Dark Legion. He launched an assault on Echidnaopolis, but was drained of his powers by Lynx, which caused his body to slowly fail him.
Years later, a rogue Echidna scientist going by the name of Doctor Finitevus sought to recreate Enerjak. Joining the Dark Legion and gaining trust of the now ailing cyborg Dimitri, Finitevus concocted a plan to secretly gain control of the new Enerjak, and direct it toward crushing the Dingo uprising and ending the civil war, and then finally using it to dismantle the Legion itself. Dimitri, unaware of the full extent of Finitevus' plans, aided him in tricking Locke into granting the both of them access to the Master Emerald, where a sufficient amount of Chaos Energy could be withdrawn in order to begin the process. However, Finitevus had lied to Dimitri about allowing him to become Enerjak, and after some deliberation decided to use Knuckles instead. Dimitri fled as a result of his betrayal by Finitevus, and Enerjak was reborn in Knuckles. Due to Knuckles' prejudices against technology as well as his distaste for the Dingo regime, the new Enerjak was swift to confront the Dingo leader General Kage Von Stryker, quickly ending Stryker's life by tearing him apart by the molecule. Enerjak then sentenced the remainder of the Dingo army to languish in the deserts of the Sandopolis Zone and then proceeded to make his way to the Legion. Enerjak, desiring to cleanse the entire world of all technology, stripped the Legionnaires of their technology but chose to take mercy on them otherwise, sending them to the ruins of Albion where they could rebuild their lives as he saw fit: without their cybernetic enhancements.
Soon after, Enerjak went to nanite-powered city of New Mobotropolis, intent on destroying it. A battle between Enerjak and Super Sonic ensued, and in the confusion of battle, Locke performed the spell that would release Knuckles of his Enerjak persona at the cost of Locke's life. Locke's life essence was sacrificed to the Chaos Force, and Enerjak dissipated from Knuckles' form, returning Knuckles to normal.
In an alternate future, Knuckles becomes Enerjak again and is twice as deadly.
E.V.E., the "Exceptionally Versatile Evolvanoid", is an artificial intelligence created by Dr. Robotnik for the sole purpose of killing Sonic. She is composed of nanomachines designed morph and adapt after each defeat, a DNA sample taken from Sonic himself, and organic material from Robotnik's own brain, which is meant to give E.V.E. Robotnik's genius in combination with Sonic's ingenuity. She attempts to kill Sonic several times in several different forms, and she eventually turns on Robotnik due to gaining independence from Sonic's DNA. She attempts to kill Robotnik, though she simply ends up sending him to an alternate future, and she is convinced by Sonic to act upon free will rather than her programming.
She leaves into space and makes it her mission to "liberate" computer systems from other planets by turning the planets into lifeless rocks and absorbing the systems into herself. Sonic encounters E.V.E. again after he is stranded in deep space while trying to get back to Mobius. He convinces her that her actions are wrong, which makes her decide to help Sonic get home and terminate herself by traveling into a star.
Feist is a large panda, who becomes a lackey of Ixis Naugus after being banished into the Zone of Silence. Feist later becomes the ruler of the Zone after all of the Chaos Emeralds in the universe are sent there. He fuses all of them into seven emeralds and reshapes the Zone of Silence into the "Special Zone." He becomes an ally of Sonic, if only because they both are enemies of Naugus.
Hunter is a rogue Overlander poacher, who considered the mass murder of Mobians acceptable so long as they had sporting chance. He hunts down Knuckles and a childhood rival, Monk, who he kills, driving Knuckles to repel Hunter with chaos powers. He is captured by the Brotherhood of Guardians, and later freed by Robotnik. He enhances Hunter's fighting abilities and arms him with a "Chaos Spear", which allows him to teleport his targets into captivity in New Megaopolis. He captures numerous citizens of Angel Island before being tossed to his death in the sea by Knuckles.
Iron King and Queen
The Iron King and Queen (Jun Kun and Regina Ferrum, respectively) are the primary antagonists of Monkey Khan. The Iron King is a gigantic ox with incredible strength, and an affinity for collecting weapons. The Iron Queen is an Overlander and is capable of casting dark magic and powerful spells. They attempt to take over a village using their abilities, but they are stopped by Sonic, Tails, and Monkey Khan. Iron Queen contacts Snively during Eggman's mental breakdown, and he allows her to take control of Eggman's Empire and form an alliance with the Dark Egg Legion. She later takes over New Mobotropolis for only a few days and attempted to turn every living resident into her slaves. She was then thwarted by Sonic and his friends, allowing Lien-Da to take her chance of controlling the Legion with the chip on her head. The result: Regina is defeated, Jun Kun is sent hurtling towards the West coast, Lien-Da has been wounded, and Snively escapes with Dr.Eggman.
Ixis Naugus is an anthropomorphic hybrid of bat, lobster, and rhinoceros formed from the fusion of the last surviving members of the Order of Ixis. The wizards, Nusgua, Suguna, and Augnus, were masters of wind, water, and earth magic, but they each desired control over fire. They launched themselves into the sun in hopes of understanding the element, but their fighting caused them to become fused together. Naugus becomes the court wizard of the Kingdom of Acorn, but the arrival of Nate Morgan soon makes magic obsolete. He and Kodos manage to get Nate exiled, but Robotnik traps them in the Zone of Silence. He eventually manages to escape, but he and his minions are defeated. He escapes and makes his way to find Morgan in hopes of absorbing his Power Rings to become stronger. Sonic and Tails manage to repel Nagus, and Morgan uses a power ring to send him back to the Zone. He is accidentally released by Sonic afterward, but he is easily defeated.
Naugus is freed from prison by Arachne with the Sword of Acorns. He makes his way to obtain the Crown of Acorns, and battles Mammoth Mogul for it until learning the Mogul is the founder of Ixis. He pledges himself to Mogul and becomes his second in command. After their defeat, he loses his elemental magic and speech, reducing him to a mindless animal, though he does gain the ability to teleport anywhere. Once Mogul obtains a new Chaos Emerald, he leaves with him and plans to wait until the Freedom Fighters are unable to challenge them. His mind and sanity were later restored by Geffory (who was revealed to have been his apprentice for some time) using a newly gained Chaos Emerald. Following this, Naugus left with Geffory to make plans to seize the throne of Acorn.
Naugus commands all four of the classical elements: earth, air, fire and water, and he has the ability to turn his body into an elemental being composed of any of those elements. His greatest desire is to take control of the unique 'fifth element' of Mobius; the Power Ring. While in the Zone of Silence, he gains a magic wand that allowed him to turn his minions into crystalline beings, but it is later destroyed.
He appears in the television series, voiced by Michael Bell, as "Naugus the Sorcerer". He discovers the void, but he is quickly trapped in it along with King Acorn by Robotnik. He manages to escape by disguising himself as King Acorn and racing out with Sonic, but he soon learns that he cannot stay outside of the void for long due to his body crystallizing. Robotnik displayed great fear towards Naugus. Despite being classified as a villain, Naugus is characterised as being relatively merciful, allowing Sonic to remove his captured friends from the Void, and shows admiration for Sonic's speed and Sally's intelligence.
His name is an anagram combining both the cult name, 'Ixis', and the names of the three beings who came together to form him.
Jack Rabbit is a former Freedom Fighter, who leads a band of rebels known as the "Sand Blasters" in "Sand Blast City". Jack forces Sonic and Tails to crash land in the desert, so that they can live in the city and protect them from savage Robians normally kept out of the city by a force field. Sonic and Tails leave the city by destroying the shield, which allows the Robians into the city. Jack later attacks and captures Bunnie Rabbot to bait Sonic into returning to the city, but Bunnie manages to escape and turn the Robians on Jack and his group once again. Jack Rabbit is probably named after the animal of the same name.
Kodos is an anthropomorphic lion, who is a former Minister of War in the Kingdom of Acorn. He is known as a berserker who simply attacks foes without planning, and he wields an axe. Despising Overlanders, especially Nate Morgan, he allies with Ixis Naugus to have Nate forced into exile. He is trapped along with Naugus in the Zone of Silence by Robotnik after attempting to recruit him. He serves as Naugus's enforcer alongside Uma Arachnis, and later escapes and attacks Sonic and Geoffrey St. John. Despite turning himself into a crystal warrior to increase his fighting abilities, he is defeated and sent to Devil's Gulag. After being recruited by the Destructix, he steals Sonic biplane, but he is driven mad by the pollution from Robotropolis, and he later falls into a ravine.
Mathias Poe is one of several dark magic users who attempt to establish themselves in the Floating Island's Forbidden Zone. He obtains the Sword of Acorns, uses it as a focus to increase his abilities, and disguises it as a duplicate of Damocles the Elder. Knuckles fights him for the sword, but Archimedes is forced to intervene in order to defeat Poe.
Nack the Weasel
- For information on the version of Nack seen in the games, see Fang the Sniper. For information on his British version, see his Sonic the Comic entry.
Nack the Weasel is a constant antagonist towards the Freedom Fighters. Nack and his sister, Nic, capture Knuckles and depart from one another for a long period of time. He later attempts to capture Sally Acorn with Carl, Jeff, and Konor, a trio of weasel brothers, but she escapes and as he attempts to shoot her, Mina takes the bullet. He is hired by Robotnik to kill Mina in order to stop her from singing her songs that support the Acorn Empire, but he is captured and later breaks out of jail. He is jailed again during a sting operation posed as an auction for the Master Emerald. The prison is raided by Eggman, who takes most of the prisoners. He teams up with Mogul to take over New Mobotropolis, but he is sent to another prison by NICOLE. Mogul manages to free him, and he joins the Destructix as their 'ace in the hole', using his sniper rifle to stun Sonic while he is distracted. Sally once again humiliates while he attempts to kill her, but he manages to escape.
Nack is a violent and dangerous criminal, one of the few Mobians found regularly in the Kingdom of Acorn who will use guns. He will do anything for a profit, and will work willingly for high-paying employers or his own agendas. Nack is disliked by virtually everyone, from his rival and sister Nic to his former partners in the Destructix. Possessed of no super abilities, Nack utilizes his Marvelous Queen, an ion-powered air bike, to get around. One of his few useful natural abilities is the power to propel himself high into the air by using his tail like a spring.
Nic the Weasel
Nicolette the Weasel, often called Nic, is the younger sister of Nack the Weasel. She is determined to prove herself a better bounty hunter than him. The two seldom work together, though on certain occasions they team up. Nic forms her own mercenary group with Bark, Bean, and Fiona Fox. Fiona joins the Freedom Fighters, which causes the group to splinter. Nic dresses in similar style to her brother, with a cowboy hat, boots, and gloves. The only difference is a sleeveless belly shirt, and her ponytail. Like Nack, she is also an expert sharpshooter.
Renfield T. Rodent is in charge of several criminal organizations and shady dealings, most often occurring in his personal amusement park known as "Happy Land", located on Angel Island. He initially works with Robotnik to capture the Freedom Fighters, but he is captured after Robotnik abandons him. He later uses a highly addictive and poisonous sauce in the park's chili dogs, which leads to the death of a close friend of Charmy Bee. Downtown Ebony Hare is arrested in the place of Renfield, who later goes on to run an Auto-Automaton factory for Robotnik in a casino. He is arrested afterward and goes to stand trial in Station Square.
Colin Kintobor Junior, better known as Snively, is Dr. Robotnik's miserable underling and assistant, as well as his nephew, though there is nothing warm about their relation. Snively is constantly abused (often with a flyswatter), teased and intimidated by his uncle, whom he despises and talks about behind his back. In the cartoon series, he is voiced by Charlie Adler, and Koki Kataoka and Hiroshi Yanaka in Japanese. Snively had plotted against his uncle for some time with his former fiancee, The Iron Queen. The Iron King has remained unaware of the affair but still showed hostility towards Snively. As of recent events, Snively has taken refuge with his uncle (who has regained his sanity) following the defeat of the Iron Queen.
Badniks were henchmen of Dr. Robotnik that were built for the purpose to destroy Sonic the hedgehog. After a series of attempts and failures to beat him, they were decommissioned and sent to Robo Hobo Jungle. When Sonic came to arrest Nack the Weasel for framing him, they tried to defeat Sonic again, but were trashed. Later they were sent to the Island of Misfit Badniks. When Sonic came to check it out they ambushed him, but Pseudo Sonic was more of a challenge when he decided to end this with a "Bighorn Challenge." Both rammed each other in the head giving Sonic a headache, wrecked Pseudo Sonic, and sunk the island with the Badniks faking their deaths. They reappear in the Mobian Ocean were they battled the Forty Fathom Freedom Fighters who were trying to stop them from rebuilding Pseudo Sonic who was supersized, but all of them (except Coconuts) were flattened into a cube by Fluke the blue whale where they met their deaths. Badnik refuegees now serve as buttlers in Mammoth Mogul Casino Night Club including the Super Special Sonic Search and Smash Squad.
Scratch and Grounder
Scratch and Grounder are members of the Super Special Sonic Search and Smash Squad where Scratch the Rooster being the leader and Grounder the mole being the second-in-command. Their first mission like any other Badnik was to destroy Sonic, but due to bickering they were numerously beaten. They are next seen at a villain tryout center where they both got back to Robotnik's side. They later appear robbing a museum to flush out a spy, but Sonic knew what was happening and threw them into a pit. They were possibly sent to Robo Hobo Jungle along with the other outdated Badniks. They now work for Mogul in his Casino Night Club, with Scratch being a concerige and Grounder a chef. Grounder seem cheerful when Coconuts was working directly to Mogul, but Coconuts didn't like it because he was a butler. Grounder replied that some robots have all the luck. In the animated series, Scratch's voice was done by Phil Hayes, and Grounder's voice was done by Gary Chalk.
Coconuts is a robotic monkey and member of Super Special Sonic Search and Smash Squad. His first mission was to capture Sonic and Tails, but he was easily defeated when they threw his Coconut bombs back at him. He was replaced by his teammates Scratch and Grounder when he failed. Coconuts then captured the Freedom Fighters in order to be Robotnik's favorite Badnik, but Sonic arrived just in time to save them. Later, he appeared in an underwater bank heist with Jaws the robotic pirhana, but Sonic and the Freedom Fighters arrived and stopped them. He also participated in an attack on Sonic and Sally's wedding until Robotnik figured out that it was just a play starring them. He was decommissioned and sent to the Island of Misfit Badniks where Sonic came to check it out. He and the Badniks ambushed Sonic and after a fierce battle, the island sunk to the bottom of the Mobian Ocean. It reappeared with the Badniks trying to repair Pseudo Sonic who was turned into a gigantic robot, but was crushed into a cube by the Forty Fathom Freedom Fighters biggest member Fluke the blue whale. Coconuts escaped and later appeared as a "monkey butler" at Mammoth Mogul's Casino Night Club. In the animated series, his voice was done by Ian James Corlett.
Crabmeat is a robotic crab and the former second-in-command to Robotnik. As a Badnik, he wasn't used much, but had great ideas that usually fail miserably when tried against Sonic. He and Snively usually work together, but both secretly hate each other. He was treated poorly at first and was only used as a test dummy, which caused him much pain. Later, after Sonic's transformation to Mecha Sonic by Nack the Weasel, Crabmeat and the Badniks were decommissioned and sent away to Robo Hobo Jungle where the de-roboticized Sonic came to arrest Nack. They ambushed him, but were trashed once again. Crabmeat and the Badniks were transported to the island of Misfit Badnik's which was sunk by Sonic and Pseudo Sonic after ramming each other in the head. Crabmeat later told Motobug that their robotic surgeon Burrobot had super sized Pseudo Sonic and that they hoped to replace the Dark Egg Legion someday. They were ambushed by Bottlenose and the Forty Fathom Freedom Fighters and Crabmeat was zapped by P.B. Jellyfish. He was later crushed into a cube by Fluke the blue whale along with the island and the rest of the Badniks (except Coconuts).
Caterkiller is a robot based on a caterpiller. He was first introduced in original Sonic Mini-Series issue #0 alog with Robotnik, but he was hit with Mega Muk when Sonic dodged it. Caterkiller appeared numerouly as a regular Badnik after that. A major role for him came when he, Snively and the rest of the Badniks were attacking what they thought was a wedding of Sonic and Sally, but it turned out to only be a play. Caterkiller was the first Badnik to face Sonic in the Robo-Hobo Jungle, when all the badniks were decommissioned after their lack of service in trying to defeat him, but like the rest of the Badniks, he was trashed and Sonic threatened to drag his face on the ground at Super Sonic speed unless he told him were Nack the Weasel was (which Caterkiller did). Caterkiller and the others were sent to the island of Misfit Badniks where they ambushed Sonic in an attempt to bring him to Robotnik to restore their glory. They were quickly defeated however, but Pseudo Sonic was more of a challenge when he decided to settle this with a "Bighorn Challenge." As they both rammed each other in the head, the island sunk and Sonic escaped. Caterkiller led the last wave of Badniks to attack the Forty Fatom Freedom Fighters, but when the gigantic Pseudo Sonic awoke, he was waved by him along with the Freedom fighters and crushed into a cube with the island and Badniks by Fluke the blue whale.
Burrobot is a robot based on a construction worker. Burrobot was first used to hide an emerald that was taken off the Acorn crown, but when Sonic came to find it, he and ran around Burrobot making him dizzy dropped the emerald. He then tried planting Kruduzu in the Knothole, but the robotic plant shorted out when it rained and he was shredded in the recycling bin. Every time he tried to beat Sonic he was trashed, even in the Robo Hobo Jungle. He was sent to the island of Misfit Badniks as a surgeon and managed to repair Pseudo sonic, but was smashed into a cube with the island the other Badniks by Fluke the blue whale.
Jaws first appeared as a boss for the lake of Great Forest where he collected the underwater creaters and Roboticized them for Robotnik. He was trashed by Sonic and co. when they found out what he was doing. He later appeared holding an emerald of the Crown of Acorns when Sonic appeared and stole it back from him. Jaws then appeared in an underwater bank heist along with Coconuts when they tried to flush out a spy. After Dr. Eggman replaced Robotnik, he replaced the Badniks with the Dark Egg Legion. SWATbots, Jaws,and the other Badniks were sent to the Island of Misfit Badniks which was later sunk Sonic and Pseudo Sonic rammed each other in the head. Jaws was part of the last wave of Badniks that were attacking the Forty Fathom Freedom Fighters, but he was later attacked by the gigantic Pseudo Sonic and crushed into a cube by Fluke the blue whale.
Motobug is one of the many Badniks built by Dr. Robotnik. Motobug was at first a mesenger that reported everything to Robotnik. He thought everything was urgent so Robotnik ignored most of his messages. When he reported that Sonic and Sally are having a wedding though, Robotnik sent an army of SWATbots and Badniks to stop it until he figured out that it was just a play starring them. He was later sent to Robo hobo Jungle where he and the other Badniks tried to capture Sonic to restore there glory, but like the others, was trashed. Motobug was the third Badnik to attack Snic after Catterkiller and Bat Brain. He was sent away to the island of Misfit Badniks when Sonic came to check it out. They captured him, but he escaped and quickly met up with Pseudo Sonic, which was more of a challenge. After they settled their dispute with a "Bighorn Challenge," the island sunk with Sonic escaping. Motobug and Crabmeat were talking about repairing Pseudo Sonic, but the Forty Fathom Freedom Fighters showed up and they were smashed into a cube with island and Badniks by Fluke the blue whale.
Pseudo Sonic is a robot built by Dr. Robotnik based on Sonic the Hedgehog. His mission was to find the location of the Freedom Fighters secret base. Sonic was ill from the poison blossoms that he picked for Princess Sally, so he couldn't help them. Pseudo Sonic then tricked Antoine into letting him into the lair of the Freedom Fighters. He tried to report where it was to Dr.Robotnik, but was quickly trashed when Tails dragged his tails around him. He reappeared on the island of Misfit Badniks, where he served as the last fighter to try and defeat Sonic. He put up a very good fight, but when they both rammed each other in the head. Sonic ended up being the winner and Pseudo was trashed. The island then sank into the ocean due to the vibrations from the "Bighorn Challenge." Burrobot repaired Pseudo while the others were fighting the Forty Fathom Freedom Fighters. When he was repaired as a giant, he knocked out all of the Freedom Fighters and Badniks. Burrobot assumed he was the biggest thing in the battle until he was smashed into a cube by Fluke the blue whale with the island and Badniks. Pseudo Sonic appeared in an episode of Adventures of Sonic The Hedgehog.
Bat Brain is a robot based on a bat. Bat Brain was used to fly, spy and attack the Freedom Fighters along with Motobug, but after Sonic's transformation into Mecha Sonic he was sent to Robo Hobo Jungle where the deroboticized Sonic came to arrest Nack the Weasel for framing him. Bat Brain was the second Badnik that attacked him after Catterkiller. Sonic later came to check out the island of Misfit Badniks, but was captured and taken to meet Pseudo Sonic. Sonic escaped and trashed Bat Brain again. He later appeared after the island sunk as part of the last wave of Badniks to fight the Forty Fathom Freedom Fighters while Pseudo Sonic was being repaired, but like the rest was crushed into a cube along with the island and the other Badniks by Fluke the blue whale.
Ballhog is a robot based on a pig. He wasn't used much until he was given the task to dynamite a random place with Newtron, but Sonic activated the dynamite while they were still placing it causing it to explode on them. Ballhog reappeared in the Mobian Ocean with the rest of the Badniks who were repairing Pseudo Sonic and led the first wave of fighter against the Forty Fathom Freedom Fighters, but they were all quickly defeated. Ballhog and the other Badniks were crushed into a cube by Fluke the blue whale.
Splats is a robot based on a rabbit. Splats was first used in the Mobian Olympic Games were he defeated Antoine in the high jump contest. Splats appeared next in the Robo Hobo Jungle where he and the rest of the outdated Badniks attacked Sonic, but were easily taken out. Splats later appeared on the island of Misfit Badniks where he and the Badniks captured Sonic, but was quickly defeated. Pseudo Sonic was more of a challenge when he and Sonic rammed each other in the head that not only wrecked Pseudo, but sank the island. Splats was part of the first wave of Badniks who attacked the Forty Fathom Freedom Fighters, but was quickly defeated and later crushed into a cube with the island and the other Badniks by Fluke the blue whale.
Orbinaut is a Badnik that looks like a floating purple ball with several purple spiked balls orbiting around it. Orbinaut was first used against Sonic when he was investigating the Casino Night Zone, but was quickly defeated after Sonic deflected one of his spiked maces back at him. When Sonic was turned into Mecha Sonic, he was supposedly sent to the Robo Hobo Jungle with the rest of the Badniks. Orbinaut later appeared as a referee when Sonic and Pseudo Sonic were going to ram each other in the head, but it only sank the island. Orbinaut was part of the first wave of Badniks to fight the Forty Fathom Freedom Fighters, but was quickly defeated and was crushed into a cube along with the island and other Badniks by Fluke the blue whale
Buzzbomber is clumsy robot based on a hornet. Buzzbomber units were used numerous of times when trying to destroy Sonic, but were always trashed even in large numbers. Buzzbomber appeared in Robo Hobo Jungle with the other outdated Badniks who were trying to destroy Sonic, but was quickly defeated. He reappeared on the island of Misfit Badniks, but it sank when Sonic and Pseudo Sonic rammed each other in the head. Buzzbomber was part of the last wave of Badniks that were attacking the Forty Fathom Freedom Fighters, but was waved by the gigantic Pseudo Sonic and later crushed into a cube with the island and other Badniks by Fluke the blue whale. In the pilot episode of the first season, Buzzbomber was the only Badnik.
Newtron is a Badnik based on a chameleon. Newtron was first used to dynamite a random place with Ballhog, but Sonic knew what was happening and the dynamite blew up on them instead. He later was part of a team to crash Sonic and Sally's wedding until Robotnik figured ut that it was just a play starring them.
Slicer is a Badnik that has two pairs of razors. Slicer's only appearance was when he was part of a team that was assigned to crash Sonic and Sally's wedding until Robotnik figured ut that it was just a play starring them.
Roller is a Badnik the can curl into a ball and roll. Roller's only appearance was when he was part of a team assigned to crash Sonic and Sally's wedding until Robotnik figured out that it was just a play starring them.
Eggbots are inventions of Snively that replaced the original Badniks when they were decommissioned. They were used numerous occasions to fight the Freedom Fighters, but they were later decommissioned after their last failure.
Minor Freedom Fighters
In the Sonic the Hedgehog cartoon and comic series, there are several characters who serve in divisions of the Freedom Fighters. Most of these characters play minor roles in the overall plot.
Arctic Freedom Fighters
The wolf "leader" of the Arctic Freedom Fighters.
A female ermine who can turn invisible. She has only spoken in #s 215 and 216 of the Archie Comics series.
One of the Arctic Freedom Fighers, Sealia is a seal with a French accent. She informed the Freedom Fighters of how their group scattered following a battle with Robotnik, and is the only one who can communicate with Augustus when he is mad.
Polar bear muscle of the team, Augustus is a volatile Arctic Freedom Fighter so powerful that he can split glaciers in half.
A penguin who has the ability to slide on ice with his feet.
DeerWood Forest Freedom Fighters
Rob O' the HedgeHog
Rob O' the HedgeHog is a minor character in the Sonic the Hedgehog series universe, appearing as the cousin of heroine Amy Rose. Similar to (or rather, a parody of) Robin Hood, Rob O' the Hedgehog hides in a forest and poses resistance to Antoine D'Coolette's roboticized father, a despot who lives in a castle and oppresses the citizens of the area. Rob appears to be similar in appearance to Sonic, despite the fact that they are not related. Unbeknownst to him, he also stood as the destined sentry of the city of Albion, ancient homeland of the Echidnas.
Rob first appeared when he accompanied Knuckles the Echidna and the Lost Echidna Tribe-whose prophecy referred to him as "the Other", the one person who could bring them home-to Albion. Along the way, he met Mari-An, a female Echidna who was very similar to him in personality. The two bickered, ending in a fight on a nearby log over a creek. Rob was knocked into the creek, and when the two again met eyes, it was love at first sight. The two became married, Rob's only warning from Mari-An's parents being to take care of her, and live in Mercia guarding the entrance to Albion; some time later, Mari-An gave birth to a child.
General D'Coolette was Rob's greatest foe and the one responsible for the Roboticization of Rob's Crazy Kritter Freedom Fighters. Even after the general regained his free will, Rob remained suspicious of him until they finally made amends. He was seen at Amy's Freedom Fighter induction ceremony, commenting on his cousin's "good form", and he participated in the battle against the Xorda.
Like the Fleetway comic version of Amy, Rob is a skilled archer, wielding the Robin Hood-style bow and arrows.
Friar Buck is a mobian deer and a member of the Crazy Kritter Freedom Fighters and the second in command. But after fighting Antoine's father, General D'Coolette, now known as the High sheriff, he is roboticized as one of his minions, but was De-Roboticized by the Bem later on along with the rest of the Crazy Kritters.
Downunda Freedom Fighters
A group of Freedom Fighters that function in the Downunda. They are all similar to Australian animals.
Leader of the Downunda Freedom Fighters, Walt is a male kangaroo, but he has a pouch. This rare feature for males of his species is used by Walt as a carrier for various items, usually his weapon, the Bomberang. Walt is secretly attracted to fellow DFF member Barby Koala, but has probably never told her.
Second-in-command to Walt Wallabee, Barby is not only the object of her leader's affections, but also that of a minor crush from Miles "Tails" Prower. Though she is much older and is not interested in Tails, she does think that he is somewhat cute and flirts with him often. As a koala, Barby possesses sharp claws that can cut through nearly anything. She often takes charge more than Walt, but is always ready and willing to follow orders.
Wombat Stu is the smallest and youngest of the Downunda Freedom Fighters. Possessed of super hearing, Stu is also agile due to his small size. Though he originally served with the Downunda Freedom Fighters, he was later recruited into King Acorn's Secret Service.
- Stu's name is a play on the title of the poem Wombat Stew by Marcia Vaughn.
- Current writer Ian Flynn has stated that Stu rejoined the Downunda Freedom Fighters while Sonic was in space, but does not plan on revisiting the subject in the series.
An emu who acts like a hippie, Guru is the relaxed member of the group. Due to his philosophies, he is against fighting, but understands that it is often necessary. Guru Emu is flightless, but possesses a vast quantity of wisdom.
Duck "Bill" Platypus
DFF's fiestiest member, Duck "Bill" Platypus is a born fighter. Following their second victory over Crocbot, Bill was brainwashed by the robot's remains. He began expressing random fits of anger, and eventually went renegade. Unbeknownst to his fellow freedom fighters, Bill had become Crocbot's slave. He helped recruit a horde of other platypuses to do his master's bidding; The severed torso of Crocbot remained hidden and waiting to be rebuilt.
Bill led repeated ambushes against his old team. After luring them into an ambush under the pretense of a truce, Bill captured Guru Emu and Wombat Stu, prompting the DFF to send for help. Sonic and his own Freedom Fighter squad traveled to the crater where Crocbot had been destroyed prior, and found a slave labor camp where the duckbill army using as a site for Crocbot's new base. The Freedom Fighters managed to unearth Crocbot's remains and pull him offline, removing any hypnosis from Bill and the others. After his fight with the Bunyip and Xorda he betrays the group and becomes Grandmaster of the Platypus Dark Egg Legion with Thrash filling in. It was later revealed that his people pressured him and that is working as a double agent for future defeats.
A failed experiment of unknown origin (although it is hinted that Echidna's were involved in his creation due to him making resentfull comments about the species) who betrays him and joins the Dowunda Freedom Fighters right after Duck "Bill" Platypus left them. He later holds off a group of Wing Dingoes from them but when Finitevous betrayed the and the Chaotix he like the other was captured and knocked out (except from Guru Emmu who is against fighting).
Forty Fathom Freedom Fighters
A band of aquatic Freedom Fighters, the Forty Fathom group were discovered by Tails during his first mission to Downunda. Having been captured by his old nemesis Octobot, he was nearly killed before the Forty Fathom Freedom Fighters arrived and saved him, defeating Octobot and delivering the Fox to Downunda. Afterwards, they appeared fighting first an undersea gangster named Eel Capone, and then an army of Badniks that had hidden out on the bottom of the sea; both parties were quickly defeated.
Manta member of the Forty Fathom Freedom Fighters. He is not the same person as Ray the Squirrel of the Chaotix, although they share the same name. Ray only appeared in one game which was segasonic the headgehog, like Mighty, a screenshot in Sonic Generations in the City escape zone hints that Ray may be appearing in the game.
Bottlenose is, as his name suggests, a bottlenose dolphin. He helps Tails defeat Octobot.
Bivalve is a clam and his ability is his jaws can crush enemies.
A Jellyfish who looks like Meatwad.
Original Freedom Fighters
Colonel Tig Stripe
A Mobian Tiger who founded and led the original Freedom Fighters. His campaign against Robotnik came to an end when he was betrayed and Roboticized with the rest of his command, all of whom were banished to the Zone of Silence. He also appears in Star Dust Chronicles.
One of the original Freedom Fighters from Knothole, he helped evacuate the city of Robotropolis. Like the others, he was Roboticized.
Clad in an aviator hat and scarf, Sir Peckers was one of the group who founded Knothole as the secret base for the Freedom Fighters.
Private Trey Scales
Preceding Drago Wolf as traitor to the Freedom Fighters, Trey Scales doublecrossed the original Freedom Fighter group. In response to inquiry, he responded "I'm a snake; it's totally in my nature." Trey proved that cheaters never prosper, as he was Roboticized and sent into the Zone of Silence along with the others.
MP Bull Bones
Bulldog was a role model to Sally Acorn and Sonic the Hedgehog, Bones was a member of the group, and like the others ended up in the Zone of Silence.
Sleuth Doggy Dogg
Kicks a Lot
Kicks a Lot and his partner Sleuth Doggy Dogg were disguised as SWATbots and sent secret messages to the freedom fighters using spray paint and making it look like graffiti while they worked in the Spy Network. Kicks was one of the agents to help Sonic and Princess Sally's former trainees (Hamilin, Dylon, Penelope, Arlo) save the FF's from Robotnik. His current situation is still unknown.
Fly Fly Freddy
A member of Sir Charles' (Uncle Chuck's) spy network in Robotropolis, Freddy worked behind the scenes of the networks plans. It's not known for sure if Freddy knew about Slueth Doggy Dawg's defection to the original robotnik, but it's a safe bet that it was Slueth who handed The members of the spy network including Freddy to Robotnik and fed into the roboticizer. Freddy was last seen after King Acorn was plucked from the Zone of Silence when Slueth revealed himself to be a traitor. He attacked Sonic at the original Lake of rings, but was scrapped by Knuckles at the last minute.
Substitute Freedom Fighters
Leader of the Substitute Freedom Fighters, Larry is in charge should all the members of the 'Brain Trust' Freedom Fighter group be unable to perform their duties. He is known for causing bad luck to anyone nearby, friend and foe alike. Sonic and the Freedom Fighters made his acquaintance during what should have been a routine mission, but turned into a disaster when Larry's bad luck caused them all to be captured except Sonic. Sonic was then able to turn the situation around by using Larry as a "good" luck charm against the SWATbots, destroying them.
Larry returned when the Freedom Fighters were captured during a mission that involved a video game system from the real world that somehow interfaced with Mobius Prime. While Sonic was off in another universe fighting Robotnik, Larry desperately gathered the Substitute Freedom Fighters and launched a daring raid on Robotropolis that allowed them to rescue a captive Sally and the other original Freedom Fighters. After the mission, the Substitute Freedom Fighters were declared an official group and Larry was made their leader. He would later lead them in several other missions, including helping Sonic once when the Hedgehog temporarily lost his speed.
A member of the Substitute Freedom Fighters from Downunda, Penelope was one of several Freedom Fighter recruits chosen by Sally for a special mission meant to determine their potential. The mission resulted in the uncovering of Robotnik Prime's Auto-Automatons, a scheme that the Substitute Freedom Fighters-aided by Geoffrey St. John were able to thwart. Penelope and the others would later come to the aid of Sally and her more experienced squad on several occasions, including a bizarre conflict involving a video-game link between Mobius and Earth and a period of time in which Sonic was bereft of his speed.
Penelope would later be elected to serve on the Council of Acorn.
Penelope is known to have a counterpart from Anti-Mobius who was briefly involved with Evil Sonic, but unlike the counterpart of Bunnie Rabbot she did not join the Anti-Freedom Fighters in search of vengeance.
A bald eagle and the eldest member of the Substitute Freedom Fighters. Sonic encountered him during one of his many missions, and the elderly eagle thought himself the last eagle on Mobius to survive Robotnik's predations. Too weary to even fly, Cyril had all but given up, but Sonic motivated him to try flapping his wings again. Amazingly, Cyril got the hang of it again, and even found surviving members of his rookery. Together, they helped Sonic survive one of Robotnik's many attacks.
Cyril later appeared in Knothole and was training the other Substitute Freedom Fighters when Larry Lynx arrived with dire news about Sally's group of Freedom Fighters. Despite his advanced age, the eagle willingly submitted to Larry's command and followed the others in liberating their trapped friends.
A porcupine who was also trained by Sally as one of the Substitute Freedom Fighters. He was also the only one of the group able to defeat Sonic when he attacked Knothole while acting under Robotnik's orders while suffering amnesia, accomplishing this by staying quiet and effectively ambushing Sonic instead of making loud, cumbersome attacks like his comrades.
Dylan was later one of three Substitute Freedom Fighters elected to the Council of Acorn. One of the most vocal of the council, he informed Sally and Dimitri the Echidna of the council's decisions regarding sending anyone to Angel Island without getting all the facts about the rebirth of Knuckles the Echidna's arch-nemesis Enerjak.
- Being a poet (as told in the Archie comic series), his name could be an homage to Bob Dylan.
One of the more vocal Substitute Freedom Fighters. He is a pig who received training from Princess Sally. He once suspected Geoffrey St. John of being a traitor, but his theories proved groundless. A character very similar in appearance to Hamlin also made brief cameos in the SatAM cartoon, but with no speaking roles other than cheering his comrades' victories.
Together with Dylan and Penelope, Hamlin was chosen by the citizens of New Mobotropolis to sit on the Council of Acorn with Sir Charles Hedgehog, Elias Acorn, Rotor Walrus, and Rosemary Prower. He is deeply jealous of Sally that she and the other Freedom Fighters are well known, while he's forgotten.
An armadillo and a shy member of the Substitute Freedom Fighters.
- Arlo's name could be an homage to poet and singer Arlo Guthrie, much like fellow Freedom Fighter Dylan's (above).
Similar in culture to Native Americans, the Wolf Pack was created to combat the invading forces of the evil Dr. Robotnik. Drawing lots, the community split up, part becoming the Wolf Pack to fight invaders, the other fleeing to find shelter for their pups. In SatAM, it is also learned that the Wolf Pack have marks on their bodies as a result of their battles.
Lupe is the anthropomorphic wolf and the leader of the Wolf Pack Freedom Fighters. Lupe is a kind and sage-minded individual, but her peaceful exterior hides a real warrior. Her people once inhabited a city in the mountains that lived in harmony with nature, but that came to an end when Dr. Robotnik's machines destroyed their home. Lupe bears a scar on her cheek as a reminder of that day. She became the leader of her own rebel force of wolves, and helped Sonic's team destroy of the first of Robotnik's prototype Doomsday drones. Later, she was one of the many Freedom Fighters who banded together to thwart the Doomsday Project. Her voice in the SatAm series was done by Shari Belafonte.
In the Archie Comic, Lupe's personality and history are mostly the same. Lupe also adopts two human girls into the Pack. However, upon their return home, they are captured. As a result, Lupe was Roboticized, but managed to resist the mind control long enough to help the others escape. In honor of her bravery, the rest of the Pack erected a tombstone. Since the Bem De-Robotization took place, Lupe is back to normal.
SatAM depicted Lupe as having a father who was captured by Robotnik. In the comics, she has three known relatives: her husband Lobo, son Marcus, and daughter Maria. All three of them were Roboticized, but were returned to normal by the Bem.
- Lupe's name is derived from Lupine, the scientific term for wolf. Lobo, Lupe's mate, takes his name from the Spanish word for wolf.
Reynard questions everything and everyone around him, though he is never one to be spiteful. Reynard was the first member of the Pack to encounter the Knothole Freedom Fighters. His inquistive nature often leads him to fights with Diablo.
- Reynard's name is derived from Reynard the fox, a character from many 18th century children's books.
The second member of the Pack after Lupe, Canus is the blue-furred brute force of the Wolf Pack. Though large and imposing, he is really quite gentle, and serves not only as muscle, but also as cook of the group. Due to his peace keeping nature, he is the only member of the Pack who can keep Reynard and Diablo from killing each other.
- Canus' name is derived from "Canis Lupus", which is the scientific name for the Timber, or Grey wolf.
Diablo is the group grouch, always picking fights. He is the most stubborn of the wolves and constantly gets into fights with Reynard.
- Diablo's name is the Spanish word for "Devil".
Leeta and Lyco
A pair of twin pink wolves, they are always willing to help out. Leeta and Lyco work best as a team, and are masters of acrobatics, which explains the same swimsuits they have on like Lupe.
- Lyco's name is derived from "Lycanthrope", the word for "Werewolf".
Aerial and Athena
The most controversial members of the Pack, Aerial and Athena are not wolves at all, but a pair of Overlander girls. The two are sisters; Aerial is a blond hair girl who is extremely calm and quiet, as opposed to Athena who has red hair and is mute . They are the lone survivors of an Overlander city, and it caused quite an uproar when Lupe brought them into the pack.
- See main article.
Drago was once a member of the Wolf Pack, but he betrayed them when he was ripped off by Dr. Robotnik and became a Special-agent. He was instrumental in arranging Sally Acorn's assassination and the framing of Sonic for her (apparent) murder. As such, he was exiled from the Wolf Pack, eventually teaming up with the Destructix under Mammoth Mogul and Ixis Naugus.
Group Name Unknown/Only Known Member
Originally an ally to Sonic and the Freedom fighters, Carl Condor knew things about Mobius that a lot of others didn't. Before Sonic could find him for information about Robotnik's Death Egg, Carl was roboticized and ordered to capture him. He Was later Destroyed when a load of Garbage from the Death Egg fell on him.
Erik, a horse, was an ally to Sonic and companions.
He is a member of the Freedom fighters of the Galaxy and participated in numerous missions.
King Acorn's Secret Service
This middle-aged beaver was once head of the Secret Service. Upon retiring, he is succeeded by Geoffrey St. John.
His name is a reference to Ian Fleming, author of the James Bond series.
Geoffrey St. John
As a child, St. John gained his sense of duty from his father, Ian St. John, and was groomed by him to one day take his place as head of the Royal Secret Service. When Ian was killed during the Great War by the Overlanders, Geoffrey developed a strong dislike for the human species. Geoffrey is furiously loyal to the Kingdom of Acorn, especially King Maximillian and Princess Sally (with whom he once had a relationship), but was arrogant, rude and prideful. This stems from a number of unpleasant actions on his part, including accusing Sonic of murder, declaring Armand D'Coolette a traitor, and even attempting to give orders to Knuckles the Echidna.
Geoffrey first came to Knothole and to the Knothole Freedom Fighters claiming to be a former member of the King's royal guard and acting head of the Royal Underground, the "legitimate" underground movement acting against Dr. Robotnik, dismissing the rebels as foolish children (in his own words; "Sally's Trainees" or "Rank Amateurs").
Geoffrey and his men fought alongside the Freedom Fighters on many occasions, and St. John aided in the return of King Acorn and eventually re-established the King's Secret Service and, following Robotnik's death, became head of security during the reclaiming of Mobotropolis. Geoffrey in particular was increasingly jealous of Sonic the Hedgehog, putting him down as a child, and as such did everything he could to put himself in the best light possible. Geoffrey and Sonic physically fought on numerous occasions, but made temporary amends in the end. In the Sonic the Hedgehog issue, Geoffrey and Sonic attended the same high school. They both attended a prom, where nobody would dance with Geoffrey because he was a skunk who smells bad. Upon forming a new Secret Service team, he recovered Queen Alicia and Prince Elias, Sally's mother and brother respectively.
Upon the rise of Dr. Eggman, fall of Mobotropolis, and re-colonization of Knothole, Geoffrey witnessed Sonic being knighted, and reluctantly called Sonic "Sir" as he now surpassed him in rank, and was privately embarrassed when the Secret Service and Freedom Fighters were sent to work together on numerous occasions. Following the theft of the Sword of Acorns by Sonic, and paralyzation of King Max, Geoffrey, desperate to upstage Sonic, approached the inexperienced head-of-state, Elias, and manipulated his gullible nature to allow him to become his behind-the-scenes advisor. Using Elias as nothing more than a puppet, Geoffrey had Sonic's knighthood taken away, and as a child, confined to Knothole, and later had the Freedom Fighters forced to cease operations. During a mission into Robotropolis to retrieve the Sword, Geoffrey and his team were infected with nanoprobes that left them vulnerable to Eggman's manipulation, and went through extensive medical treatment to destroy them. During his time of reflection of his actions, Geoffrey realized how big a pompous fool he had been, and considered resigning from the service. However, his long-time admirer Hershey the Cat convinced him otherwise, leading them to develop a relationship. Seeking a way to redeem himself, Geoffrey and Hershey journeyed across the world to find Elias, who had abandoned his position because of everything falling apart due to Geoffrey's advice. Geoffrey and Hershey later joined in the battle against the Xorda.
Upon Sonic's return from his year spent in space, he saved the newly-married Geoffrey and Hershey from execution by a phalanx of SWATbots under A.D.A.M.'s control. Geoffrey, because of this, finally put an end to his rivalry with Sonic, acknowledging he was a better hero than he ever could be. Geoffrey has since took up residence in New Mobotropolis after Knothole's destruction, and runs the Secret Service from the top floor of the army headquarters.
It has been recently shown that Geoffrey is (and apparently was always) the apprentice and sleeper agent of Ixis Nagus and is helping him establish ruleship in New Mobotropolis.
Ian St. John
Father of modern day Secret Service leader Geoffrey St. John, Ian was the leader of the Secret Service back in the days preceding Robotnik's coup. Like Geoffrey, he was a Mobian skunk, appearing virtually identical to his son except for having a military crew cut of white hair rather than Geoffrey's tuft.
Assigned to be the personal bodyguard of Queen Alicia and Prince Elias Acorn at the time of the coup, Ian and his team were carrying them to an unknown destination (presumably a safehouse of some sort) when their ship was damaged by an Overlander attack and crash landed on Angel Island. Ian and his team, with a single exception, were all killed. Inspired by his father's sacrifice, Geoffrey later followed in his footsteps to become leader of the Secret Service.
Hershey St. John
Hershey St. John, formerly known more simply as Hershey the Cat, is partner and wife to Geoffrey St. John. She is a female, anthropomorphic cat with black fur covering her entire body except her face and chest, which are white. Hershey also has green eyes and short black hair, and her wardrobe commonly includes boots and a vest of some sort. As a Cat, her main weakness is that she can't swim; other than that, she's skilled in numerous forms of combat and other areas.
Hershey was thought to be nothing more than an amateur, but that theory is crushed in a story of her own, Hershey Solo, in Sonic Super Special #5. Hershey was originally a pawn in a scheme to kill Sally Acorn when her then boyfriend, Drago Wolf, tricked her into wearing a Sonic the Hedgehog disguise. However, the mask contained eyepieces that caused the wearer to see Snively in place of anyone else. This led to Hershey cutting the rope Sally was hanging from, thinking that Snively was dangling from it. She later learned the truth, and vengefully helped put Drago behind bars; thankfully, Sally was not permanently harmed by the incident. She was forgiven, and joined King Acorn's Secret Service at the behest of Geoffrey.
Hershey made several appearances over time, working together with Geoffrey in multiple instances. Unfortunately, Hershey was taken off active duty along with the rest of Geofferey's squad after being infected with nanobots injected into their bloodstreams. Luckily, it wasn't too long before these probes were eliminated and Hershey was able to rejoin Geoffrey on active duty. Among her more prominent assignments were locating Prince Elias Acorn and joining in the battle against the Xorda. She and Geoffrey were also the first Mobians to encounter Sonic after his return from his year-long disappearance, or at least year long to the Mobians, where he saved them from being killed by a SWATbot taskforce. Hershey and Geoffrey's respect for each other eventually blossomed into love, and the two got married, putting an end to Geoffrey's rivalry with Sonic for Sally's hand. Together, she Geoffrey now head up the Secret Service from the top floor of the Kingdom of Acorn army headquarters in New Mobotropolis.
It has been recently reveald that Hershey has been deceased for a time by Geoffrey. When and how this occered is as of yet unknown
Hershey's name is likely a play on the Hershey chocolate industry, especially considering that her mother is named Cocoa.
Heavy and Bomb
Created by Dr. Robotnik, Heavy and Bomb defected and worked briefly with the Chaotix before joining the Secret Service. However, they were eventually reprogrammed into being evil, thus removing them from the organization. After that they were destroyed. Heavy was smashed and Bomb was dismantaled.
One year later, Eggman built new versions of Heavy and Bomb (which had the appearance they had in the video games) and sent them to assassinate Mina during her concert. Like the first ones, they failed. All the Bombs were destroyed and Heavy was tricked into deep water, causing him to sink to the bottom.
A palace guard, known for his toothy grin. He does not have many speaking roles in the comic.
One of the senior members of King Acorn's former secret service roster. During the close of the Great war, the Colonel was assigned along Ian St. John (Father of Geoffrey) to safely escort Queen Alicia Acorn and Prince Elias Acorn to the royal compound on Angel Island in order to protect them from invading overlander forces. Before they could reach the island, Overlander Air forces attacked the royal craft and shot it down on the island's surface. Ian died instantly and the Queen was put in a coma. Disoriented, the Colonel was unable to find the crew or the royal family. Unknown to him, The Brotherhood of Guardians rescued Elias and put the Queen into Cryogenic freezing until recently. Years later after wandering the island, young Elias ran into the Colonel and later wound up at the compound. When new evidence reached King Acorn in Mobotropolis that Alicia and Elias were alive, he sent Geoffrey St. John and the Secret service to Angel Island to investigate. After dealing with the strange weather (Day of Fury), The servicemen broke into the compound where they met The Colonel and his wife, and Elias.
Valdez the Chameleon
A blue Chameleon and a former friend of Espio, Valdez was a member of the Secret Service who left for unknown reasons but was later rerecruited by Geoffrey St. John during his reorganization of the group.
Valdez's time with the Secret Service didn't last long: when the Mobians of the Kingdom of Acorn were driven once again from Robotropolis, he stayed behind to hold off the Shadowbots and was subsequently captured and Roboticized. Dr. Eggman then reprogrammed him, making him believe that his friends had betrayed him to his current fate, and was dispatched to his home community to enslave the native Chameleons. He later ended up battling his old friend Espio when the Chaotix member arrived to help his people. He was pushed into the water along with Espio where he continued to sink and he being a robot his circuits failed and his terror ended.
Anti Freedom Fighters/The Suppression Squad
Anti Sonic/Scourge the Hedgehog
Scourge the Hedgehog is a version of Sonic from another dimension. He is originally known as Anti Sonic, who looks exactly like Sonic except for his choice of wearing a leather jacket, sunglasses, and boots. He doesn't lead his team often due to him going solo but is quickly defeated. He eventually drains the Master Emerald, which turns his fur green and eyes crystal blue, in contrast to Sonic's blue fur and green eyes (anlold another difference are his sharp teeth). He is from Anti-Mobius, which he comes to call "Moebius" eventually, where he and the Anti-Freedom Fighters fight against a kind version of Robotnik. He crosses paths with Sonic a number of times and initially impersonates him to cause trouble.
He views others as pawns who can help him prove that he's the best, and he carries no sympathy or patience for weakness. He likes to humiliate opponents, and he works with whoever will help him attain his personal goals. He is a womanizer, and while posing as Sonic, he dates most of Sonic's female friends. He starts a relationship with Fiona Fox, who falls for his sinister personality and takes on many of his traits. He has Sonic's speed and he can use Chaos Control with the aid of an Emerald. He has a super form that can be accessed with the Anarchy Beryl, using the negative energy which turns his fur magenta. He gains the ability to fly and increased durability, but when he powers down he is weak for some time.
Later, he and the rest of the group dumped Anti Sonic and replaced him with Evil St. John. The Anti Freedom Fighters (minus Evil St. John) later tried and killed him which Anti Sonic, who put Sonic into his world dressed like him, but was quickly defeated. After Scourge took over Moebius, he both dissolved and reformed them as The Suppression Squad and took over Freedom HQ. Miles and the others betrayed the group and he became the brains of the Suppression Squad. Scourge is in Zone Jail, but he reforms the Destruix, and they're finding a way to bust out.
Anti Tails/Miles Prower
Miles Prower is the Anti-verse's own version of Sonic's side-kick and "little brother" Miles (Tails) Prower. He keeps his normal name instead of his counterparts nickname. Miles is a fox with two tails, like Tails, but he does have his apparent differences. Miles is a brighter shade of yellow and also has black hair in a swirl on his head. He wears a red, black and gray military jacket and the bottoms of his gloves are spiked.
While Prime Tails is deceptively wise beyond his years, and hides the heart of a hero behind his childish demeanor, Anti-Tails puts up a front of maturity and intellect hiding a scared little boy trying to act more adult than he is.
The first time Miles is seen, he is wearing a black leather jacket, like Scourge's, and has spikey hair, usually carrying around a chain. But the Archie creators developed him more and turned him into what he is today.
At first, Miles is just another of Scourge's cronies, but there's more to it. Miles actually seems to fear Scourge later on as all the Anti's under his command do. Around the time Sonic defeats Scourge when he goes Super, Miles, with the help of Princess Alicia Acorn, betray Scourge and name themselves rulers of Anti-Mobius under the assumption that Sonic succeeded in his mission in taking Scourge across the Cosmic Highway and safely stowed him away in the No Zone Prison.
Anti Sally/Princess Alicia Acorn
Alicia Acorn is a version of Sally from another dimension and the former villain of Evil Sonic. She was originally known as Anti Sally. She makes her first appearance with the rest of the Anti Freedom Fighters ruining her counterpart's reputation but gets sent back to her world. She formerly wore a black leather jacket and boots but with her second she wears a uniform and had her hair styled to be more spiky. She usually wields a Whip which she uses in almost every battle.
She, along with the rest dumped Anti Sonic and replaced him with Evil St. John and became his girlfriend. She along with The Anti Freedom fighters went out to kill Anti Sonic who put Sonic dressed like him in his world but gets thrown along with Anti Bunnie in to a river full of Octopods but she survived. After Scourge and Fiona's takeover of Moebius she and the other Anti Freedom fighters rejoined Scourge and was reformed into the Suppression Squad and took over Freedom HQ. Alicia with the others betrayed Scourge and sent him back to Mobius. After she came back to Moebius with The Freedom fighters she was shocked that Scourge is now Super Scourge as she was thrown into her throne by him. After that she became the figurehead leader of the Suppression Squad, but named Miles their true leader.
Anti Antoine/Patch D'Coolette
Patch D'Coolette is a version of Antoine from another dimension. He was originally known as Anti Antoine. He makes his first appearance with the rest of the Anti Freedom Fighters ruining his counterpart's reputation until getting sent back to his world along with the others. He wears a black leather jacket and boots, beard, and an eyepatch. He wields a Sword as a weapon. He also speaks in a French accent and has a jagged scar near his left eye. He had only used his eye patch to look cool but Scourge is assumed to have torn out his eye some time after he had returned to Moebius. This is confirmed in STH #192 when the suppression squad talks about to betray Scourge and Alicia says to that he is to dangerous and Patch says: "Oui. I remember when zis patch was just for show".
He, along with the rest of the Anti Freedom fighters replace Anti Sonic with Evil St. John. He began calling himself Patch and was sent to Sonic's world and replaced Antoine until his cover was blown by Sonic and sent back to his world. After Scourge and Fiona's takeover of Moebius he and the other Anti Freedom Fighters rejoined Scourge and reformed into the Suppression Squad he now wears a tailoned uniform and tookover Freedom HQ. Patch, with the others, betrayed Scourge and sent him back to Moebius. After returning to Moebius with the Suppression Squad and the Freedom Fighters, he was shocked to learn that Scourge was now Super Scourge. He tried to defeat him but was thrown into Boomer.
Anti Rotor/Boomer Walrus
Boomer Walrus is a version of Rotor from another dimension. He was originally known as Anti Rotor, who makes his first appearance with the Anti Freedom Fighters ruining his counterpart's reputation. He got sent back to his world along with the others. He wears a black leather jacket, black hat, and then yellow hat along with glasses. He formerly wielded a bat in two of his appearances but usually uses his gadgets. Unlike his Prime counterpart, Anti Rotor keeps his nickname instead of being called his birth name.
He along with The Anti Freedom Fighters dumps Anti Sonic and replaces him with Evil St. John. He tried to kill Anti Sonic who was really Sonic along with the rest but was quickly defeated and sent him back to his world. Later Scourge and Fiona take over Moebius, and he and the other Anti Freedom fighters rejoined Scourge and was reformed into The Suppression Squad. He took his makeover to the extreme and attached metal parts to himself and tookover Freedom HQ. Boomer with the others betrayed Scourge and sent him back to Moebius. After they went back to Moebius with The Freedom Fighters he was shocked to find Scourge is now Super Scourge he and Patch tried to defeat him by combining their attacks but Patch was easily thrown into Boomer.
Anti Bunnie/Buns Rabbot
Buns Rabbot is a version of Bunnie from another dimension. She is not half Roboticized and is one of Evil Sonic's many girlfriends. She oringally was known as Anti Bunnie. She joined The Anti Freedom Fighters to kill Evil Sonic who was really Sonic and got thrown into a pool infested with Octopods.
After Scourge and Fiona's takeover of Moebius she rejoined him with the rest of The Anti Freedom Fighters and reformed into the Suppression Squad. She was quickly kicked out of the group after developing N.I.D.S. Put into the Omega Care Unit by Dr. Kintobor, she later helps Sonic and Amy by guiding them to Rosy The Rascal and the Globe Posts but Rosy destroyed her unit and had to go back for repairs. She later had an offer from Miles whom wanted her to rejoin the Suppression Squad saying Scourge was the one who kicked her out but she denied the offer.
Anti Amy/Rosy the Rascal
Rosy the Rascal, is the Anti Amy from another dimension. Her life was the same as her counterparts, she only wanted to be noticed and used the Anti Ring of Acorns to transform herself to Amy's age, but the side effect caused her to go insane. She now stalks Scourge in Castle Acorn.
Sonic and Amy went to recruit her so they could stop The Suppression Squad, but her insanity got the best of her and she attacked them. She and Amy fought until her mallet destroyed her hammer and knocked Buns out of the way and even tried to destroy The Globe Posts, but was again held back. After Sonic and Amy were sent back to Moebius with Scourge she tried to kill them after she destroyed Buns Unit. She later was with The Suppression Squad, The Freedom Fighters, and the rest tried to take down Super Scourge, but Rosy was thrown into a wall and subdued by Rob (who pitied the twisted version of his cousin). Her current fate is unknown.
Evil St. John
Evil St John is a version of Geofrey St. John. He briefly lead The Anti Freedom Fighters after they dumped Evil Sonic, but after repeated defeats, the others dumped him. He had almost no role but is seedier than his counterpart and wears a black leather vest, boots, a blue neck tie, and has a spiky haircut. He has recently been revealed to of been imprisoned in the No Zone Prison.
Fiona Fox is captured by Robotnik along with Sonic, Ray, and Mighty ten years before the series began. Formerly a test subject for creating Auto-automations, she is left behind when Sonic and Mighty escape. She feels abandoned, so she loathes Sonic, and eventually frees herself. She and Nic work as bounty hunters for a time, but they part ways. She joins the Freedom Fighters after learning that Sonic is truly heroic. She develops feelings for Scourge during his impersonation of Sonic, and after unable to develop the same feelings for the real Sonic, she leaves The Freedom Fighters. She later joins The Suppression Squad after Scourge forms it and leaves after their team mutinees on Scourge. Fiona escaped when the plan was in utter chaos and joined the Destructix, when Scourge was in prison, she formed a pact with Dr. Finnitivus to obtain a Warp Ring. She rescued him and Scourge took the lead. Fiona apparently loves him and claims so, she stands up for him when it would be easier to handle herself and leave him. Fiona believes free spirit and feels she can rely on no one and owes no one anything and only does things for her own accord. Despite this, she is still strongly attatched to Scourge.
Villain turned good
Uma Arachnis is a female ninja spider who serves Ixis Naugus in the Zone of Silence. She is imbued with the ability to transform into a crystalline version of herself to increase her abilities in battle, but she is left petrified after Naugus is defeated. She is sent to Devil's Gulag, where she later escapes and dies from exposure to Robotropolis pollution. Uma's legacy lives on in the form of her children, the Arachne, an army of spider ninjas who also serve Ixis Naugus. As ninjas, Uma Arachnis and her children wield a number of traditional Japanese weapons. Among their arsenals are Sai, Nunchuks, Katana swords, Bo staffs, Shurikens, and bows and arrows.
The Xorda are a warlike alien species responsible for the metamorphosis of Earth into Mobius. They resemble large, purple, brain-like organs with long pink tentacles and a single green eye. The Xorda's wrath was incurred upon Earth when an envoy they sent to it was captured, imprisoned, and dissected by human scientists. Outraged, the Xorda bombarded the planet with gene bombs, believing that all life had been wiped out. Unbeknownst to them, some survived, and eventually swelled to repopulate the planet, and many animal species mutated into the anthropomorphic Mobians. The Xorda eventually return to the planet after learning that it is populated, and attempt to destroy it. They leave after deploying their greatest weapon, which has the ability to destroy an entire solar system, but it is eventually destroyed. They learn of the planet's survival, but they are unable to return because of a war with the Black Arms.
Amadeus Prower is Tails' father, who served in the Great War. After the end of the war, he is promoted to commander of the royal army. He is captured by Julian Kintobor, who roboticizes him at the same time as the birth of Tails. He and Tails' mother, Rosemary, eventually disappear, though they are later shown to have been captured by the Bem. Amadeus is returned to normal, though they are forbidden to return to Mobius. They are eventually rescued, and Amadues takes up command as general of the royal army, and he is finally able to be with his son. He later leads a civil war against the House of Acorn, though Sally is able to calm both sides.
The Ancient Walkers are three powerful entities who often appear during times of crisis on Mobius. Appearing in multiple forms, most often as a trio of tiki masks, the three appear to offer advice and task their successors with the defense of Mobius. They most often communicate their wishes through their emissary, Knuckles' great-grandfather, Athair. They eventually begin to deteriorate after Mammoth Mogul escapes from the Master Emerald, leading them to be destroyed by Arachne. Before their destruction, they chose Aurora, Athair, and Merlin Prower as their successors.
Armand D'Coolette is the highest-ranking officer in the Acorn Kingdom Army and Antoine's father. He teaches his son sword-fighting, though he eventually disappears after being called away on duty. It is later revealed that he was captured and roboticized by Robotnik, and forced to serve as the High Sheriff in Mercia. He eventually has his free will restored, and he is later returned to normal by the Bem. He later returns to the army, but soon has to retire after being poisoned by Patch. Before his death, he says goodbye to Antoine and his girlfriend Bunnie Rabbot, voicing his approval of their relationship and imploring them to cherish it.
Ash Mongoose is the manager and boyfriend of Mina Mongoose. Ash is very competitive with Sonic, believing him to be a rival for Mina's love due to her crush on him. He saves her from being killed by Heavy and Bomb, and ends up comatose. They form a relationship after he awakens.
Athair is the great-grandfather of Knuckles the Echidna. He is the son of Janelle-Li, the only female Guardian in the history of the Brotherhood of Guardians. He initially is meant to take her position, but the Ancient Walkers summon him to Haven, where learns about them, and he also becomes the leader of the Lost Tribe of Echidnas. He refuses the position of Guardian after his mother passes, and his son, Sabre takes the role instead, and his wife is later captured and roboticized. He takes up residence in the Great Crater, once resting place of Angel Island, and becomes known among denizens of the continent as "Ol' Weirdo" due to his reclusive nature. He later nurses Tails back to health, telling him his destiny as the "Chosen One", helps the Freedom Fighters against Mammoth Mogul, and passes on his duties as leader of the lost tribe to Knuckles. He is eventually named as one of the, "Neo Walkers", successors to the Ancient Walkers.
Athair is a light-hearted individual, having long been freed from the responsibilities that have darkened the dispositions of so many of his family. However, he does have the horrors of his own past weighing on his mind. Sarcastic and prone to humor, Athair is given to talking in riddles, which confuse Sonic and Tails to no end and are often frustrating to Knuckles as well. Despite their occasional arguments, he and Knuckles do share a number of things, which eventually includes the idea that Angel Island's safety is no more important than the safety of Mobius at large. He appears in Sonic Underground, voiced by Maurice LaMarche, as a wiseman and seer, foretelling doom if Knuckles leaves the Floating Island.
The Bem are an entirely female and identical race devoted to science. They travel the galaxy, and on several occasions, their journeys have brought them to Mobius. Ceneca 9009 develops a way to restore robiticized Mobians, though it was originally intended to help the metallic Biotexans. She later learns that their condition is actually a natural defense to protect against lethal microbes, which causes them to go extinct. This causes the device to be outlawed, but she still helps the Mobians despite being sentenced to death. She is saved by Sonic before she can be executed.
Brotherhood of Guardians
The Brotherhood of Guardians is a group of Echidnas who protect Mobius from a secret facility known as Haven. The Brotherhood's existence is secret to all but a few individuals, including their arch-enemies, the Dark Legion. Edmund is known as the first to take the title of Guardian after Dimitri becomes Enerjak. He dies while fighting the Dark Legion, and his son, Steppenwolf, takes his place and forms the Brotherhood. It is named by his great-grandson, Remembrandt. They are initially open with their operations, but after the death of a member, they create a code of conduct that involves hiding from the people of Mobius and the active Guardian. They stay silent for four hundred year, but they become more active once Knuckles becomes the active Guardian. The current leader, Sabre, is the son of Athair.
All of the Guardians have the ability to control Chaos Energy due to training that stems from Edmund learning from fire ants. The level of their abilities are based upon their emotions, and it grants them teleportation, telekinesis, and the ability to fire the energy.
- Spectre is the oldest living guardian, and he is the most unpredictable and ruthless member of the group. He has a black coat of fur, smoke constantly emits from him, he has blood-red eyes, and he dresses like a Dark Legion member. He is raised by Moritori Rex, a member of the Dark Legion who impersonates his father, Tobor. After finding about the truth, he brutally blinds Rex. He is mostly anti-social, and he loathes the Dark Legion. He has extra-sensory perception and telekinesis, and he uses Chaos energy in order to fight, as he finds hand to hand combat to be "vulgar."
- Janelle-Li (the only female guardian)
Cheddermund is an Overlander Professor whose expertise is astrophysics. He allows the surviving members of his people to flee to space after the great war. When their group is forced to return to Mobius, Cheddermund and the rest of the group are taken into "protective custody" by Doctor Robotnik, and later turned roboticized. He dies in the destruction of Robotropolis a short while later.
Sir Charles "Chuck" Hedgehog, known as "Uncle Chuck" to Sonic, Sally, and others, is the creator of the Roboticizer, which is intended to help various people, including his brother. Robotnik sabotages it, which turns Jules completely into a machine, and steals it to create more like him. Chuck is among the first to be robotized, which drives Sonic to become a Freedom Fighter after failing to save him. Chuck's free will is eventually restored, and he acts undercover as a spy for the Freedom Fighters until Robotnik's defeat. He joins the Freedom Fighters afterward, serving as a technical expert, and he later becomes elected to the Council of Acorn. Chuck is also the same person who designed the hyper friction resistant sneakers that Sonic wears.
Chuck is voiced by William Windom in Sonic the Hedgehog, where he raises Sonic on his own. He is the creator of the roboticizer, which is meant to help people live longer by turning flesh into metal, but he learns that it also robs free will. It is eventually stolen by Robotnik, and Chuck is enslaved by it. Though they attempt to use time travel to prevent the events, Sonic's lack of focus causes them to fail. The two are reunited after ten years, during a raid on Robotropolis. Sonic is only able to restore him temporarily, which allows him to reveal a plot by Robotnik, before returning to his mindless state. They attempt to restore him later, but the machine is only temporary, though Chuck eventually manages to keep his free will and act as a spy for the group.
Colin Kintobor is Minister of Justice of the Overlanders, and he controls all of their forces. Among the most xenophobic members of his species towards Mobians, he takes great pleasure in wiping out groups of them, including women and children. After he shoots Amadeus Prower in the eye, the Mobians begin to rally, which leads to a quick defeat for his Colin's armies. He escapes into the sewers, where he eventually manages to gather up survivors and flee into space. They eventually accept Robotnik's invitation to return to Mobius and live in Robotropolis, though it is eventually revealed to be a trap. Most members are roboticized and killed during the destruction of the city.
Sir Connery is a Knight in the service of the House of Acorn many centuries before the series, and by proving himself as a defender of the weak and innocent, he is selected as a Paladin by the Ancient Walkers. They grant him longevity and the mystical "Sword of Light" in order to rid the world of evil magic. He spends many years slaying wizards, and he also becomes Merlin Prower's bodyguard. He attempts to save the Walkers from Mogul, but he is unable to stop their destruction. He joins with the Freedom Fighters, battles Mogul, and destroys Mogul's artifacts by using all of his life-force, which reduces him to ashes. He is later placed Knothole Graveyard, and his sword is given to Elias Acorn, who vows to be strong and wise life Connery.
The Dingoes are one of the main races on Angel Island, who feel hatred towards the Echidnas. They previously attempted to wipe them out with nuclear weapons, but the plan failed due to interference from the current guardian, Hawking. Their entire city was sealed within a separate zone for hundreds of years, until the Ultimate Annihilator is used by Robotnik. They are not transported with their city, so the Echidnas allow them into their city. They believe they are second class citizens, and attempt to protest their conditions. They later work as enforcers for Eggman, and they easily overpower the Echidnas due to the Brotherhood members being missing. Enerjak, as Knuckles, eventually strips them of their weapons, technology, and their pride, and condemns them to wander the desert region of Sandopolis. They eventually strive in the environment and begin to rebuild their army for an assault on the island.
They are led by Helmut Von Stryker, a violent, prideful, and fearsome military leader. He organizes the rallies against the Echidnas for their "racism" toward the Dingoes. His son, Kage Von Stryker is volatile, hotheaded and manipulative, and used his extremely violent nature and connections with his father to move up the ranks.
Elias Acorn is the prince of the Kingdom of Acorn. His existence is initially unknown to most, as he is thought to have been killed along with his mother by Overlanders. King Acorn doesn't even tell Sally to spare her of the grief of losing someone she had never known. Elias survives the attack, while his mother remains comatose. He is raised by the Guardians of the Floating Island for most of his life, until King Acorn is told of his survival. He wishes to spend time with his family, and he has no real feelings for taking the crown, but he is soon forced into the position after the King is injured. He soon leaves after he cannot take the stress, and leaves to live as a commoner. He marries Megan Acorn and has a daughter named Alexis.
He is eventually found and takes the throne. Sally takes the position as the next in line, so that his children don't have to become involved with his world. He becomes a close ally of the Freedom Fighters, and even goes into battle with them several times. After the destruction of Knothole, he takes reign of New Mobotropolis, though Amadeus Prower opposes him, almost leading to a civil war. Sally manage to calm both sides, and develops a seven member council, with Elias being the head and the other six being elected, that deliberates all future politics of the Kingdom together as equals.
Hope Kintobor is a female Overlander and the daughter of Colin Kintobor. She travels into space with the rest of her people following the war. After her people move back to the city of Robotropolis on Mobius, and she finds about Robotnik's plan to roboticize all of her people, she is saved by Sonic. She continues to live in Knothole for a time, but she eventually leaves to travel after reconciling with her half-brother, Snively. She eventually learns that he was just manipulating the Freedom Fighters after he attacks Knothole, and she attempts to stop him in order to restore their family name. After being shot down, she joins G.U.N. as a technical adviser.
Isabella Mongoose is Mina's mother. She meets Arthur Mongoose, an expert swordsman, while being pursued by Overlanders, and they have a short lived marriage that ends with Arthur's death. She raises their daughter alone until being captured by Eggman. Mina is rescued, but Isabella is robiticized. She manages to have her mind restored by the Sword of Acorns and she is later returned to normal.
King Zokar is Sonic the Hedgehog's father in the world where Sally does not exist. Only that much is known about him.
Lara-Su is the daughter of Knuckles the Echidna and Julie-Su featured in two different alternate futures. She travels back in time from a future in which she believes her father to be dead, and attempts to save him from dying while operating under the alias, Jani-Ca. She fails to save him, and later learns from her mother that he had actually become the leader of the Dark Legion after going insane from absorbing Chaos Energy. Another version appears in the possible Mobius: 25/30 Years Later future. She is at odds with Knuckles, who won't let her become the guardian, though they eventually reconcile. Her future eventually ceases to exist after Sonic, the king in the time period, travels back in time to restore stability to the Zone. She is close enough to the event to remember the other future, which saddens her greatly. The altered future is ruled by Shadow the Hedgehog, and along with her father, they overthrow his rule. She later becomes a full guardian. After five years, she is now a fully trained guardian and "ready for anything."
Maximillian Acorn is the king of the Kingdom of Acorn, who is initially trapped within the Zone of Silence after Robotnik's takeover. He is joined by Ixis Naugus, who takes control of the king in order for him to survive the conditions of the Zone. He loses his memory, and comes to command an army of goblin-like creature. He is eventually saved by the Freedom Fighters, but the effects of the zone cause him to crystallize, which is later cured by the Sword of Acorn. He rules again for a period of time, though half of his brain still being crystallized forces him to make irrational decisions, and he later retires his position after being poisoned. He is bound to a wheelchair following an accident after finding his lost son, but even though the condition eventually reverses, the poison causes it to reemerge.
Maximillian appears in the Saturday morning cartoon, voiced by Tim Curry (Kohei Miyauchi and Takeshi Aono in the Japanese releases). He becomes banished to the barren interdimensional realm known as The Void by Robotnik. Though he is saved from the void eventually, he is unable to stay outside of it for long due to the effects causing his body to crystallize. He still manages to communicate with Sally through a program initially time-locked from NICOLE until Sonic interfered with the computer, and mentions the sacred Deep Power Stones located at Drood Henge, which Sonic, Tails, Sally, and Dulcy the Dragon prompty get before Robotnik can, also tricking Robotnik with a fake stone plan that was Tails' idea
Merlin Prower is Tails' uncle the former chief wizard in the Kingdom of Acorn. He goes into hiding during Dr. Robotnik's coup, and later meets Knuckles during his search for the Sword of Acorns. Tails learns of his existence after sealing Mammoth Mogul in a Chaos Emerald. Merlin attempts to save the lives of the Ancient Walkers and keep Mogul trapped, but interference from Arachne knocks Merlin unconscious. He then joins the Freedom Fighters, and later becomes one of the "Neo Walkers", along with Athair. Merlin possesses abilities such as teleportation and illusion, and he knows various other spells.
Monkey Khan, originally named Ken Khan, is a boisterous monkey, who originally lived in a city that attempted to distance itself from war. He believes that he is a good fighter and that totally rejecting violence is impractical due to the risk of war. Soon after, his entire village is captured by Robotnik and used in his experiments to make cyborgs. Nearly the whole clan dies due to the cybernetic implants, although Khan survives, but he is unable to fully follow orders, so he is quickly sealed in a metal crate. He is released years later, and goes off on his own. He resettles in his old village and later seeks revenge on the Overlanders. He later returns to warn the citizens of New Mobotropolis of the Iron Queen taking over the Eggman Empire, but he is temporarily taken over by the Iron Queen's mind control over anything robotic, although Sonic and the rest of the Freedom Fighters rescue him. He then accompanies Sonic, Sally and Tails in the Dragon Kingdom, to liberate New Mobotropolis from the Iron King and Queen.
Nathaniel "Nate" Beauregard Morgan is an elderly Overlander exile, who caused a large explosion while researching a renewable energy, though it is mainly the fault of Dr. Robotnik, who was known as Nate's assistant, Julian Kintobor. Nate, surprisingly well received, becomes the Minister of Science and a member of the royal court in the House of Acorn soon after. He develops a way to forge Power Rings from the Chaos Emerald, which leads to the founding of Mobotropolis. Due to an internal power struggle, an all out war soon breaks out between the Mobians and Overlanders, which causes Nate to depart.
He drops the Power Ring-Forge into a lake, so that it will not be found, and he makes his way to the Southern Tundra, where he meets Eddy the Yeti, a mutant whose life he saves by using bionic implants. They become close friends, and construct a castle in the area. Naugus eventually seeks them out in order to gain control of Nate's Power Rings, but he is defeated at the cost of Eddy's life. He returns to Mobotropolis and helps the Freedom Fighters until he is captured and roboticized. He is able to help the Freedom Fighters and many Robians escape Robotropolis' destruction, though he is left behind. It was later revealed he was roboticized and was immoboile, this meant that he and other three roboticized Overlanders perished in a blast that took out Robotropolis.
Muttski is Sonic's dog who was robotisized along with Charles Hedgehog.
Dr. Horatio Quentin Quack is the royal physician and one of the most proficient medical experts in Mobotropolis. He develops replacement parts for Bunnie Rabbot that her body will not reject. He treats King Max and General Armand D'Coolette after they are poisoned by Patch, though he is unable to save Armand. He continues to be the main person the Freedom Fighters turn to whenever someone needs medical attention, and now serves as the head doctor of the Tommy Turtle Memorial Hospital.
Rosemary Prower is Tails' mother. She leaves Tails with Rosie and Julayla shortly after he is born in order to search for her missing husband, Amadeus. She eventually finds that Amadeus has been one of the thousands taken by Robotnik and roboticized, and she is quickly captured and almost turned as well. Before the process can begin, Rosemary and Amadeus are saved by the Bem commander, Ceneca-9009, who wishes to use her technology to cure the roboticized inhabitants of Mobius. Amadeus is restored, but Ceneca is imprisoned for doing so, and Rosemary and Amadeus are not allowed to return home. They eventually are saved by Sonic and Tails, and they return to Mobius as a reunited family. Rosemary becomes a writer, and later becomes part of the Council of Acorn.
Tommy Turtle was a close friend of Sonic and Sally, though Sonic initially bullies him. Tommy is thought to have been killed during Robotnik's coup d'etat, though he is later found in the Forbidden Zone. During a struggle with Robotnik, he is taken captive by Robo-Dyne Systems, and they create an infiltrator robot to get close to Sonic. After being saved, he gains bionic abilities, though they eventually allow him to be taken over by A.D.A.M. He gives his life to stop A.D.A.M., and his ashes are placed in Knothole Graveyard.
Dulcy the Dragon
Dulcy the Dragon is a clumsy, young, and somewhat infantile dragon who joined the Freedom Fighters.In SatAM,she joined the Freedom Fighters in the second season and is voiced by Cree Summer with Yuki Masuda and Mayuko Aoki voicing the character in Japanese. She often flies the Freedom Fighters to their destinations or rescues them, though she is terrible at landing.
Locke the Echidna
Locke the Echidna is a Chaos of Knuckles's Father and predecessor as Guardian of Angel Island. Locke foresaw a disaster, and exposed his son to the Chaos Emeralds while he was still an egg, giving him abilities beyond those of any other guardian. After training Knuckles rigorously, he passed the position of Guardian on to Knuckles and joined his forefathers in the Brotherhood of Guardians. He reappears sporadically throughout the series to help Knuckles with his problems. In the recent issues of Sonic the Hedgehog, they are once again at odds. After Knuckles turned into Enerjak, due to Dr. Finitivus' tempting, he breaks the spell placed on the Master Emerald to save his son, but at the cost of his own life.
- ^ StH #94-96
- ^ Dana Hill (I) at the Internet Movie database.
- ^ Sonic the Hedgehog (comic book) #187 Sally Acorn: All right, you two! Listen up! I'll admit I'm out of my league right now. And I can't afford to leave Sonic alone to get help. So I have a proposition for you... I want to hire you to help Sonic. I can use my pulls as princess to diminish your sentences and outstanding charges. Whatever your being paid, I'll beat it. Bean the Dynamite: So ..not work for Mogul. And... work for you. For money. And possibly cupcakes??? Sally Acorn: Right. Bean the Dynamite: (Turns to Bark.) What do you say, big guy? Easy money is easy money, right?
- ^ manic the Hedgehog #21
- ^ Sonic the Hedgehog #128
- ^ BumbleKing Comics :: View topic - Ask Ian vol. X: "In Soviet Mobius, Ian Asks YOU!"
- ^ Sonic the Hedgehog #0
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