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Encyclopedia > Roboticization

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. To date, this operation has been used countless times, but probably the most memorable times were during the courses of Sonic the Hedgehog 1, 2, and 3, when the names Miles "Tails" Prower and Knuckles the Echidna were becoming more known to the world.


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Bunnie Rabbot - Wikipedia (852 words)
She is partially roboticized: everything from the hips down, and her left arm and shoulder.
Although she had been put into one of Dr. Robotnik's roboticization machines, Sonic and company pulled her out half way through the process: one arm, everything from the hips down, and certain internal organs were replaced with cybernetics.
In "Bunnie's Nightmare" (Sonic #37), Robotnik capitalized on her fears of becoming fully roboticized; using a hologram device, she convinced herself and others that a microdot in her roboticized body had activated, and was slowly finishing the job.
Bunnie's Bod' (2917 words)
roboticizer, would mainly be concerned with getting it to roboticize the patient's entire body, and wouldn't have bothered to change the 'cooperative' aspect of the roboticization process.
Robotnik, in sabotaging the roboticizer, would mainly be concerned with getting it to roboticize the patient's entire body, and wouldn't have bothered to change the 'cooperative' aspect of the roboticization process.
Well, in the cartoons her, uh, lower area *wasn't* roboticized, so I'm guessing that since she had a belt on the colorists at Archie accidently colored it gray instead of purple and just kept it that way.
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