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Encyclopedia > Minor power objects in Sonic the Hedgehog

In the fictional universes of the Sonic the Hedgehog video games, cartoon series, and comic books, a number of powerful objects exist. Most prominent among these are the Chaos Emeralds and Master Emerald, but a number of less powerful objects also exist. For other uses, see Fiction (disambiguation). ... The Sonic the Hedgehog series is a franchise of video games released by Sega starring their mascot character Sonic the Hedgehog. ... “Computer and video games” redirects here. ... For the band, see Cartoons (band). ... A comic book is a magazine or book containing the art form of comics. ... The Chaos Emeralds, as depicted in Sonic Advance from a side view. ... The Master Emerald is a large, green, fictional emerald depicted in the Sonic the Hedgehog video games, cartoons and comic book series. ...

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Gems

Deep Power Stones

In the SatAM episode Drood Henge, the Freedom Fighters discover that Dr. Robotnik is attempting to gain possession of the Deep Power Stones. These artifacts are dangerous, as combined one way they unlock ultimate power, while in another way they unlock ultimate destruction. They set out to stop Robotnik from getting them, but he gets his hands on the first stone. Tails, however, comes up with a brilliant plan, destroying a fake stone and then making off with the real one.


Later, when all seems hopeless, Sonic steals Robotnik's stone. He and Sally then call upon the energy imbued in the stones to defeat the Doomsday Project. Originally, they intended to unleash the power of destruction contained in the two stones, but after considering the possibly disastrous consequences they combined them in the other formation to grant them super abilities. It was revealed that physical contact between users of the stones produced further energy, as demonstrated by first a high-five, and later a kiss, between Sonic and Sally. The Deep Power Stones are also known to have the same energy found in the Power Rings, but 10,000 times more powerful.


Guiding Star Gem

The Guiding Star Gem is a gemstone from the Archie comics that Knuckles can use to travel great distances in the blink of an eye. He originally came into possession of it after helping the Lost Tribe of Echidnas reach the city of Albion. Unlike the tribe members, Knuckles had no desire to remain in the original home city of his people, and a sympathetic friend gave him the Star Gem, apparently having obtained it from Knuckles' great-grandfather Athair, who had sensed that Knuckles would feel so. Using the gem, Knuckles returned home, though he would later use it to travel to Mercia and aid Antoine D'Coolette and Amy Rose. Ancient Echidna warriors as seen in Echidnas in the video game, comic book, and television series fiction of Sonic the Hedgehog, are anthropomorphic, dreadlocked animals that stand out from the other humanoid animals. ... This article is about the archaic name for Great Britain. ... Athair is a fictional character from the equally fictious universes of the comic books and TV series based on the Sonic the Hedgehog series of video games. ... Antoine DCoolette is a fictional character appearing in both the Sonic the Hedgehog TV series and comic series. ... Amy Rose ), once known as Rosy the Rascal, is a video game character who appears in many of the Sonic the Hedgehog series of video games developed by Segas Sonic Team. ...


More recently, Knuckles employed the energies of the Guiding Star Gem to once again travel back to Angel Island, this time on a solo mission to help his father Locke repair some of the damage done to their home by Robotnik and his Dingo allies and the Dark Legion. Revealing that the gem used the Chaos Force to enable transportation, he bid the Chaotix farewell and used it to go to Angel Island. Unfortunately, his transition apparently ended badly, with the Guardian failing to reappear with the birth of a new Enerjak. Locke the Echidna is a fictional character from the Sonic the Hedgehog Archie Comics. ... Enerjak is a fictional villian from the Sonic the Hedgehog Archie Comics series. ...


Magic Stones

Three magical stones given to Sonic by a magical frog whom he rescued from being buried in a mudslide in the Archie comics. Each of them is a different color, and each grants the holder a different magical ability: green grants strength, red elasticity, and yellow the power to leap great distances. At first, Sonic didn't believe the frog, and gave them to Tails as good luck charms. When Robotnik showed up to capture the Freedom Fighters, however, Sonic used the power of the stones to defeat him. Unfortunately, the powers were only temporary, and the stones disappeared after their use.


Planet Egg

Featured in the Sonic X series, Planet Eggs are gemstones of varying shape that embody the life force of a planet. Throughout the third season of the series, the Metarex are seeking the Planet Eggs as part of their plans to destroy all animal life in the galaxy so that plants may rule. As a result of their own Planet Egg being stolen, Sonic and co. board the Blue Typhoon and begin traveling around the galaxy in an effort to stop the Metarex. This article is about Sonic X, an animated series. ... Dark Oak, the Metarex Leader. ... Miles Prower ), better known by his nickname Tails ), is a video game character in the Sonic the Hedgehog series of video games, comics, and animated cartoons released by Sega. ...


Removal of a world's Planet Egg can have a variety of effects. On Sonic's homeworld, the plant life began to die out in a growing area once the Planet Egg had been extracted from Angel Island. On another occasion, the Planet Egg's harvesting turned a desert planet into a gigantic ocean. These effects were reversed after Sonic and co. recovered the Planet Egg, though they had to fight off two powerful Metarex in order to save the planet. Angel Island (formerly called the Floating Island) is a fictional island floating high in the air in the world of the Sonic the Hedgehog video game series. ...


Another world became covered in ice when the Planet Egg was gone, a fact that greatly saddened Cosmo until the Egg was returned. Later, the gang of heroes found a world that had become overgrown by jungle. Using the Planet Egg of this world, Cosmo was able to communicate with the vegetation, but it went out of control as a result. Cosmo is a fictional character in the Sonic X television series, first appearing in the shows third season. ...


Some time later, the Blue Typhoon and Dr. Eggman arrived at a Metarex fortress. After making their way through the defensive gauntlet, they discovered a Planet Egg that had been enlarged by energy from two Chaos Emeralds. Unfortunately, a battle with the Metarex resulted in the Egg being jettisoned and lost. Dr. Eggman as seen on Sonic X. In Sonic the Hedgehog video games, Doctor Eggman (in modern-day and Japanese versions), or Doctor Ivo Robotnik (early United States and European versions), is the archnemesis of Sonic the Hedgehog. ...


Historical records on Cosmo's homeworld revealed that Dark Oak, the leader of the Metarex, had first discovered a way to use the Planet Eggs to stabilize the unnatural transformation process he and other males of his species were capable of. Because of this, the females left their homeworld behind, thinking that the males would be destroyed. Instead, they survived, and built metal bodies to support their frail structures. Dark Oak is a fictional villain from the Sonic X cartoon series. ...


When all the combatants in the conflict reached Galactic Coordinates 000, the true plan of the Metarex was revealed. Using the Planet Eggs as a source of water and the Chaos Emeralds as a source of light, they planned to channel the energy from a breach in space time to destroy all animal life in the galaxy. Fortunately, their plans were thwarted, and after the Metarex were destroyed, the Planet Eggs were presumably returned to their rightful places.


Power Gems

Power Rock

A glowing green gemstone, the Power Rock (also known as the Power Stone) is the source of the Power Rings found in SatAM and the Archie comics. Created by Sonic's Uncle Chuck and stored within a special device, the Power Rock produces one Power Ring every 12 hours, though in the SatAM episode "Hooked On Sonics", a line of dialogue by Bunnie Rabbot "But there won't be another ring for 24 hours." suggested that there was a ring every 24 hours instead of 12, but this is more than likely a mistake by the writers that just wasn't caught. SatAM featured it in the episode "Warp Sonic", in which it was stolen by a goat named Griff who was desperate to use it as a power source for his underground city. After helping Griff to fight off a horde of rat robots, Sonic gave him half the Power Rock to use. In Archie, the Power Stone produced rings until it was finally destroyed during a battle between Sonic, Tails, and Ixis Naugus, causing them to transform into powered-up versions of themselves as they absorbed an immense number of Power Rings. The Sonic the Hedgehog universes and continuities have several minor characters, many of whom are anthropomorphic animals. ... In the fictional universe of Sonic the Hedgehog, Ixis Naugus (voiced by Michael Bell and Tim Curry) is a famed sorcerer who was known for creating the mysterious Void. He first appeared in the SatAM cartoon show (and would have become a more important villain had the show not been...


Precioustone

The Dreamcast game Sonic Shuffle is set in a "dream world" known as Maginary World. In this world lays a mysterious stone known as the Precioustone, which keeps the Maginary World under control while residing in the Temple of Light. The Precioustone is shattered by Void, which causes Maginary World to fall into disaster. After being brought to the world by Lumina Flowlight, Sonic and friends then set out on a quest to find all the pieces of the Precioustone and repair it. Eggman also follows them as he wants to get his hands on the stone, but eventually the heroes repair the stone and leave Maginary World. The Dreamcast , code-named White Belt, Black Belt, Dural, Dricas, Vortex, Katana, Shark and Guppy during development) is Segas final video game console and the successor to the Sega Saturn. ... Sonic Shuffle ) is a video game for the Sega Dreamcast and was Segas answer to the successful Nintendo party game, Mario Party. ... In the fictional universes of the Sonic the Hedgehog series of video games, there are a significant number of villains present. ... The Sonic the Hedgehog universes and continuities have dozens of minor characters, many of whom are anthropomorphic animals. ...


Time Stones

The seven Time Stones.

In Sonic CD, the seven Time Stones were used instead of Chaos Emeralds. The colors are slightly different from the Chaos Emeralds' usual colors; orange, green, yellow, blue, cyan, purple, and red. These mysterious gems teleports the Little Planet through time, and as such it is only visible in the planet's atmosphere for one month out of every year. If Sonic collected all of the Time Stones, he would use their power to prevent Eggman from ever spreading his influence on the Little Planet, thereby ensuring a good future for the planet. The Time Stones, along with Little Planet, have not appeared in any subsequent games. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Sonic the Hedgehog CD or Sonic CD (as it is known in Europe and North America) is a platform game that is still well acclaimed by Sonic fans. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Sonic the Hedgehog CD. (Discuss) The Little Planet (sometimes referred to as the Miracle Planet) is a fictional natural satellite in the Sonic the Hedgehog series, and the setting of the game Sonic CD. According to legend, the... This article is about the video game character. ...


In the "SatAM" cartoon, there were two Time Stones that were guarded on a floating island (not to be confused with Angel Island) which could only be accessed by defeating the guards and answering the riddle asked by the Guardian, who rather than being Knuckles the Echidna was instead an enormous, ancient owl. Sonic and Sally Acorn used these two Time Stones to transport themselves back to the day of Robotnik's takeover of Mobotropolis during the two-part episode "Blast to the Past" in an attempt to stop the takeover from ever happening. This ultimately failed, but Sally was able to save her nanny Rosie by telling her to never leave Knothole no matter what due to the fact that Sally knew that she would be captured while out in the Great Forest and roboticized by Robotnik. Satam Surname - India ... Angel Island may refer to: Angel Island, California Angel Island (Sonic the Hedgehog), the floating island in the Sonic the Hedgehog videogame series Yea huh very funny!!!! Angel Island is an island in The San Francisco Bay Where chinese immmigrants were kept when they came to California. ... Knuckles the Echidna ) is a video game character within the Sonic the Hedgehog fictional universe of video games, television shows and comics. ... Princess Sally (or Sally Acorn) is a fictional character appearing in the Sonic the Hedgehog cartoons in 1994 and Archie comics. ...


In Sonic the Comic, there was mention in a Sonic's World strip of there being seven Time Stones on the Miracle Planet, but only one was ever seen in the main strip and it resembled a normal stone rather than the multi-colored gems shown in the back-up strip. Robotnik, by means unknown, had find the Time Stone and was using it to power a machine that would cyberform the whole Miracle Planet; through a bizarre time paradox, Sonic received a Time Stone from himself so he could go back in time, retrieve the Time Stone (and destroy the machine), and then go forward in time to give the Stone to himself, after which point the machine's effect on the planet suddenly vanished, as did the Stone. Its origin was never explained. Sonic the Comic, known to its many readers as STC, was a UK childrens comic published fortnightly by Fleetway Editions (the merged companies Fleetway and London Editions, which progressively became integrated with its parent company Egmont until it became known as Egmont Magazines) between 1993 and 2002. ... This article is about the video game character. ...


Rings

Chaos Rings

The six Chaos Rings.

The Chaos Rings were six powerful rings that appeared in Knuckles' Chaotix. According to the Japanese manual, the Rings were created by an ancient civilization and infused with Chaos Emerald energy. Doctor Eggman builds a base on the mysterious island where they were created in order to find the Rings, which are hidden in Special Stages. Throughout the game, the Chaos Rings are collected in the same way as the Chaos Emeralds usually are, and having all six by the end rewards the player with the "good ending". Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Knuckles Chaotix, in Japan called simply Chaotix, is a platform game in the Sonic the Hedgehog series, developed by the Sonic Team and published by Sega for the Sega 32X. The game was released in North America in March 1995, in Japan on April 21, 1995 and finally in Europe... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... This article is about the video game character. ... The Special Stages (also called Special Zones) are an important feature of the Sonic the Hedgehog video games. ...


The Chaos Ring storyline was largely unmentioned in the US manual, and instead Eggman was said to be trying to steal the "Power Emerald" from "Carnival Island". The Chaos Rings can still be collected, but are never explained.


Power Rings

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Despite being a gameplay feature in the video games, the Power Rings do not make as large an appearance in the animated shows. In "SatAM" and Sonic X, Sonic can absorb a ring to give him extra speed and power for a short while, often not lasting more than a handful of seconds. In SatAM, they are produced within a lake (see Power Rock above), which they are taken from by either Sonic or Tails or any other freedom fighter like Antoine (this is the only instance in the franchise where Sonic commonly wears a backpack for easy access). They are also used to restore free will those who were Roboticized, though the effects are only temporary. They can also be used to defend one's self from the Roboticization process as Sonic did in the episode "The Doomsday Project", though it ultimately took the power of 3 rings to allow him to overpower the Roboticizer and escape. Also in this series similar Rings are used by Dr. Robotnik to incapacitate prisoners. In Sonic X, Rings are made from Chaos Emeralds and usually given to Sonic by Tails, apparently produced by a generator installed in the Tornado 2. The rings in Sonic X are also considerably smaller than their counter parts, Sonic is able to hold one inside his fist. In the world of Sonic the Hedgehog, Roboticization is a name used to describe the process that the evil Dr. Robotnik uses to transform the anthropomorphic animals of Mobius into robotic slaves. ... The Tornado, as seen in Sonic the Hedgehog: The Movie. ...


In the Archie Sonic the Hedgehog comics, the Power Rings are identical to those found in SatAM. However, the comics take it a step further, naming the Power Rings as a fifth element aside from the traditional ones of fire, water, air, and earth. Because of this, the Power Rings are eagerly sought after by the wizard Ixis Naugus. Massive quantities of Rings, gathered all at once or one at a time, can also produce a super transformation or other effects, such as communication with the Ancient Walkers. Most of the main cast of Sonic the Hedgehog, seen here on the cover of the 125th anniversary issue published by Archie Comics Sonic the Hedgehog is an ongoing series of American comic books published by Archie Comics, featuring Segas mascot video game character Sonic. ... In the fictional universe of Sonic the Hedgehog, Ixis Naugus (voiced by Michael Bell and Tim Curry) is a famed sorcerer who was known for creating the mysterious Void. He first appeared in the SatAM cartoon show (and would have become a more important villain had the show not been... This article is about super transformation in the Sonic the Hedgehog games. ... In the fictional Sonic the Hedgehog universe, there are several characters who fall under the classification of deity. ...


A few children's novels and comic books claim that the rings were created by Sonic's Uncle Chuck to boost Sonic's speed and power.


Fleetway's Sonic the Comic, on the other hand, continued its tradition of taking the video game universe very literally when dealing with Rings (the "Power" prefix being non-existent in this continuity). The rings were the creation of Doctor Ovi Kintobor, who used them in the construction of a machine called the Retro-Orbital Chaos Compressor, designed to eliminate any and all negative energy on Mobius and make it a true paradise. When the ROCC exploded, however, transforming Kintobor into Doctor Robotnik, the explosion hurled the rings into the atmosphere, where they rained down on the planet - thus explaining why there are rings scattered all over the zones that Sonic visits in the video game series. Sonic the Comic, known to its many readers as STC, was a UK childrens comic published fortnightly by Fleetway Editions (the merged companies Fleetway and London Editions, which progressively became integrated with its parent company Egmont until it became known as Egmont Magazines) between 1993 and 2002. ...


Rings of Order

In the cancelled title Sonic X-treme, the Rings of Order were seven magical rings guarded by Gazebo Boobowski and his daughter Tiara[citation needed]. Somewhat notable is the fact that "order" is the opposite of "chaos". This computer game has been incorrectly referred to or categorized with the PC game misnomer. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ...


World Rings

The seven World Rings are a major plot point in Sonic and the Secret Rings. The evil Erazor Djinn used Sonic to get his hands on the rings, so that he could use them to conquer the Arabian Nights book. While his plan initially succeeded, Sonic absorbed three of the Rings to transform into Darkspine Sonic after Erazor had used all of them to transform into the monstrous Alf Layla wa-Layla. The World Rings are colored in the same colors as the Chaos Emeralds, and their power requires a sacrifice to unlock. Each ring holds the power of one of the following emotions (in the order Erazor mentioned them): Prayers (Blue), Sadness (Purple), Rage (Red), Hatred (Green), Joy (Yellow), Pleasure (Water Blue), and Wishes (White). Sonic and the Secret Rings, (formerly known by the working title Sonic Wild Fire), is a video game within the Sonic the Hedgehog series that was released exclusively for the Wii on February 20, 2007 in North America, in Europe on March 2, 2007[1] and in Japan on March... In the fictional universes of the Sonic the Hedgehog series of video games, there are a significant number of villains present. ... Queen Scheherazade tells her stories to King Shahryar. ... This article is about super transformation in the Sonic the Hedgehog games. ... Marcus Aurelius and members of the Imperial family offer sacrifice in gratitude for success against Germanic tribes: contemporary bas-relief, Capitoline Museum, Rome For other uses, see Sacrifice (disambiguation). ...


Other

Secret Scrolls

Sword of Light

Sir Connery of the Archie Comics carried a magical weapon known as the Sword of Light. Incredibly powerful, it could draw on the life force of its user for more powerful attacks. However, the Sword and Connery himself were both destroyed during a confrontation with Mammoth Mogul. This article is for minor characters that appear exclusively in the story lines of theSonic the Hedgehog TV Series and comic series of the same name. ... Mammoth Mogul is a fictional character from the Sonic the Hedgehog comics published by Archie Comics. ...


Jeweled Scepter

A special artifact that has remained in the care of Blaze the Cat's royal family, and is said to have some control over the geological activity of her universe. It is also the sole key to unlocking the "Power of the Stars", found beneath Southern Island. According to Eggman Nega, the Power of the Stars is what makes it possible for the worlds to exist as parallel to one another. (it is not stated what would become of either universe if the power did not exist.) This power was also read into by Dr. Eggman and Eggman Nega to be greater than that of the Chaos and Sol Emeralds, be vastly more than enough to destroy Blaze's entire "kingdom", and powered-up the two doctors' shared robot to a point where the energy-level readouts reached, quote Eggman Nega, "through the roof!".


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