History Fridge / SonicTheHedgehog

15th Apr '17 5:44:08 PM nombretomado
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** Eggman can be quite desirable, especially if it's one of the [[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog versions of]] [[SonicUnderground Eggman]] where he's portrayed as being more smooth and/or intimidating and cultured or has a more [[BigBeautifulMan appealingly designed body]] and/or [[StupidSexyFlanders fanservice.]]

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** Eggman can be quite desirable, especially if it's one of the [[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog versions of]] [[SonicUnderground [[WesternAnimation/SonicUnderground Eggman]] where he's portrayed as being more smooth and/or intimidating and cultured or has a more [[BigBeautifulMan appealingly designed body]] and/or [[StupidSexyFlanders fanservice.]]
10th Apr '17 3:21:20 PM nombretomado
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** Not to mention [[VideoGame/SonicDrift two]] [[SegaSuperstars cars (and a boat)]] and [[SonicRiders expensive sporting equipment that includes motorcycles and mopeds]]: [[FridgeBrilliance all of which Progressive offers insurance for.]]

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** Not to mention [[VideoGame/SonicDrift two]] [[SegaSuperstars [[VideoGame/SegaSuperstars cars (and a boat)]] and [[SonicRiders expensive sporting equipment that includes motorcycles and mopeds]]: [[FridgeBrilliance all of which Progressive offers insurance for.]]
26th Feb '17 3:15:34 PM Luigifan
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* So why would Sonic die from [[OneHitPointWonder touching an enemy without a ring]], especially if he touches one while uncurled? Because even accounting for the damage his speed and weight would inflict, he's still running head on into solid metal or a very dense object, especially ones with blunt or sharp edges on their design, and unlike another solid object like a flat stone or steel wall, they're likely moving against him, so any way you look at it, it's gonna hurt him just as much as it would the robot, if not more.
** And how would simply curling up protect Sonic from injuring himself when bashing a robot? Because he's not exerting all of his force in one spot or spreading it out--his body is basically acting as it's own cushion, using his speed and the way gravity pulls him along to do the job for him. And whatever pain he would feel would probably he brushed off in a rush of adrenaline.

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* So why would Sonic die from [[OneHitPointWonder touching an enemy without a ring]], especially if he touches one while uncurled? Because even accounting for the damage his speed and weight would inflict, he's still running head on head-on into solid metal or a very dense object, especially ones with blunt or sharp edges on their design, and unlike another solid object like a flat stone or steel wall, they're likely moving against him, so any way you look at it, it's gonna hurt him just as much as it would the robot, if not more.
** And how would simply curling up protect Sonic from injuring himself when bashing a robot? Because he's not exerting all of his force in one spot or spreading it out--his out -- his body is basically acting as it's its own cushion, using his speed and the way gravity pulls him along to do the job for him. And whatever pain he would feel would probably he brushed off in a rush of adrenaline.



** Chaos Control has been shown to do three distinct things (counting Sonic '06). First: freezes or slows down time in an area, excluding the user, allowing for things like Shadow to roundhouse kick Silver in the back of the head at walking speed. Second: teleporting. Third: time travel. Each time it's either a distortion of time or space. Modern science currently supports that time and space are properties of the same thing. 'Chaos' is also the Greek primordial void from which everything originated- I.E. pre-Big Bang space. It's manipulation of time space.

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** Chaos Control has been shown to do three distinct things (counting Sonic '06). First: freezes or slows down time in an area, excluding the user, allowing for things like Shadow to roundhouse kick Silver in the back of the head at walking speed. Second: teleporting. Third: time travel. Each time it's either a distortion of time or space. Modern science currently supports that time and space are properties of the same thing. 'Chaos' is also the Greek primordial void from which everything originated- originated -- I.E. pre-Big Bang space. It's manipulation of time space.time-space.



** If the "Classic Sonic is from between [[VideoGame.SonictheHedgehog Sonic 1]] and [[VideoGame/SonictheHedgehog2 2]]" theory is to be believed, [[spoiler:''Sonic himself'' first transformed into his Super form alongside Sonic.]]

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** If the "Classic Sonic "[[VideoGame/SonicGenerations Classic Sonic]] is from between [[VideoGame.SonictheHedgehog Sonic 1]] and [[VideoGame/SonictheHedgehog2 2]]" theory is to be believed, [[spoiler:''Sonic himself'' first transformed into his Super form alongside Sonic.]]



* In Sonic X, during the episode where Cosmo and Chris are captured, Sonic transforms into a new "dark form." While this may seem like an Ass Pull at first, one must take this into account -- They are surrounded by (duplicate) Chaos Emeralds. The Chaos Emeralds have two types of energy -- positive and negative. Positive is activated by those pure of heart, while those who are consumed by rage will use the negative side. When thinking of Sonic's state of mind, he was quite angry, no? That wasn't some kind of hidden demon locked within his heart, or some new kind of technique he had learned -- Sonic had just used the negative energy of the Chaos Emeralds! - LordOfTheInternet

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* In Sonic X, during the episode where Cosmo and Chris are captured, Sonic transforms into a new "dark form." While this may seem like an Ass Pull AssPull at first, one must take this into account -- They are surrounded by (duplicate) Chaos Emeralds. The Chaos Emeralds have two types of energy -- positive and negative. Positive is activated by those pure of heart, while those who are consumed by rage will use the negative side. When thinking of Sonic's state of mind, he was quite angry, no? That wasn't some kind of hidden demon locked within his heart, or some new kind of technique he had learned -- Sonic had just used the negative energy of the Chaos Emeralds! - LordOfTheInternet



** Not to mention [[VideoGame/SonicDrift two]] [[SegaSuperstars cars (and a boat)]] and [[SonicRiders expensive sporting equipment that includes motorcycles and mopeds]]: [[FridgeBrilliance All of which Progressive offers insurance for.]]

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** Not to mention [[VideoGame/SonicDrift two]] [[SegaSuperstars cars (and a boat)]] and [[SonicRiders expensive sporting equipment that includes motorcycles and mopeds]]: [[FridgeBrilliance All all of which Progressive offers insurance for.]]
9th Dec '16 9:23:43 AM Neosonic97
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** In the comics, she claims the sun was in her eyes, namely in Worlds Collide, when Sonic takes a jab at her for, well, mistaking Shadow and Silver for him.
16th Jul '16 3:45:47 PM nombretomado
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** Eggman can be quite desirable, especially if it's one of the [[AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog versions of]] [[SonicUnderground Eggman]] where he's portrayed as being more smooth and/or intimidating and cultured or has a more [[BigBeautifulMan appealingly designed body]] and/or [[StupidSexyFlanders fanservice.]]

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** Eggman can be quite desirable, especially if it's one of the [[AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog [[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog versions of]] [[SonicUnderground Eggman]] where he's portrayed as being more smooth and/or intimidating and cultured or has a more [[BigBeautifulMan appealingly designed body]] and/or [[StupidSexyFlanders fanservice.]]
10th Jul '16 11:42:35 AM nombretomado
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* OK, so we all know that [[SuperMode Super Sonic (or Super Knuckles]], [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking or the Hyper forms]], [[OverlyLongGag or whatever the hell you can think of]]) is a GameBreaker, yes? At least, to some people? After seeing Super Sonic fight [[EldritchAbomination giant killer monsters]] every other game, his GameBreaker status in the classics ([[AndZoidberg and Sonic 4]]) makes a whole lot more sense; Naturally, the badniks and such can't even touch him. [[GameplayAndStorySegregation Rings aren't much of an issue, either]]. SonicChronicles [[GameplayAndStorySegregation shows that he really didn't need them anyway]]. Even if SonicChronicles [[CanonDiscontinuity isn't considered canon]], BioWare really had to [[ShownTheirWork do their homework]] to deal with the various informational extras. As for Big Arm from Sonic 3, Super Sonic could get hurt because the robot was powerful enough to accomplish it. Super Knuckles, on the other hand, had to have been sturdier than that, just as normal Knuckles is harder to [[NeverSayDie KO]] than normal Sonic if they both took a strong hit ([[GameplayAndStorySegregation aside from gameplay, that is]]). It all makes sense, thinking about it. -[[{{Tropers/Akamia}} Akamia]]

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* OK, so we all know that [[SuperMode Super Sonic (or Super Knuckles]], [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking or the Hyper forms]], [[OverlyLongGag or whatever the hell you can think of]]) is a GameBreaker, yes? At least, to some people? After seeing Super Sonic fight [[EldritchAbomination giant killer monsters]] every other game, his GameBreaker status in the classics ([[AndZoidberg and Sonic 4]]) makes a whole lot more sense; Naturally, the badniks and such can't even touch him. [[GameplayAndStorySegregation Rings aren't much of an issue, either]]. SonicChronicles [[GameplayAndStorySegregation shows that he really didn't need them anyway]]. Even if SonicChronicles [[CanonDiscontinuity isn't considered canon]], BioWare Creator/BioWare really had to [[ShownTheirWork do their homework]] to deal with the various informational extras. As for Big Arm from Sonic 3, Super Sonic could get hurt because the robot was powerful enough to accomplish it. Super Knuckles, on the other hand, had to have been sturdier than that, just as normal Knuckles is harder to [[NeverSayDie KO]] than normal Sonic if they both took a strong hit ([[GameplayAndStorySegregation aside from gameplay, that is]]). It all makes sense, thinking about it. -[[{{Tropers/Akamia}} Akamia]]
25th May '16 5:00:12 PM nombretomado
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* Everyone pay attention to this because it's confusing. Okay, in ''VideoGame/SonicGenerations'', Classic Sonic sees Modern Sonic do a mid-air boost and, in the cutscene before the end credits, he attempts to perform one. So he started to learn the boost by doing it in mid-air, not running on the ground like Modern Sonic can also do. Well, the last skill Classic Sonic can learn after getting every red ring star on Planet Wisp is the homing attack. VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog4 takes place after Sonic had grown into his modern look and he knew how to do a homing attack. Because when he picked up on doing a boost in mid-air in his Classic form, he subconsciously started to learn how to do a homing attack as well. Furthermore, in the {{PS3}}/{{Xbox360}} version of SonicUnleashed, once you get the Air Boost Shoes, it allows you to do a mid-air boost (like what Classic Sonic would see a few games later) by doing what is essentially a homing attack if you don't lock on to something. So the homing attack is basically the same thing as a mid-air boost, which Classic Sonic adapted to learn the homing attack by the time he grew into Modern Sonic. I think.

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* Everyone pay attention to this because it's confusing. Okay, in ''VideoGame/SonicGenerations'', Classic Sonic sees Modern Sonic do a mid-air boost and, in the cutscene before the end credits, he attempts to perform one. So he started to learn the boost by doing it in mid-air, not running on the ground like Modern Sonic can also do. Well, the last skill Classic Sonic can learn after getting every red ring star on Planet Wisp is the homing attack. VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog4 takes place after Sonic had grown into his modern look and he knew how to do a homing attack. Because when he picked up on doing a boost in mid-air in his Classic form, he subconsciously started to learn how to do a homing attack as well. Furthermore, in the {{PS3}}/{{Xbox360}} UsefulNotes/{{PS3}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/XBox360 version of SonicUnleashed, once you get the Air Boost Shoes, it allows you to do a mid-air boost (like what Classic Sonic would see a few games later) by doing what is essentially a homing attack if you don't lock on to something. So the homing attack is basically the same thing as a mid-air boost, which Classic Sonic adapted to learn the homing attack by the time he grew into Modern Sonic. I think.
29th Feb '16 12:04:10 PM MegaMarioMan
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* SonicHeroes: The reason Team Rose has easier levels, with less enemies etc, is because they're the slowest, and the other teams have already gone through the levels before them, thus wiping out most of the enemies already.

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* SonicHeroes: VideoGame/SonicHeroes: The reason Team Rose has easier levels, with less enemies etc, is because they're the slowest, and the other teams have already gone through the levels before them, thus wiping out most of the enemies already.
29th Feb '16 11:58:54 AM MegaMarioMan
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** Amusingly, Omega, one of Eggman's own powerful robots, does address his standard foot soldiers as "Worthless consumer models!" In SonicHeroes, and given how easily he and the others plow through them, he has a point.

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** Amusingly, Omega, one of Eggman's own powerful robots, does address his standard foot soldiers as "Worthless consumer models!" In SonicHeroes, in ''VideoGame/SonicHeroes'', and given how easily he and the others plow through them, he has a point.
2nd Jan '16 2:12:27 PM nombretomado
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* This is not ''game'' related per-se, but comic related. Tails is not nearly as smart or technology fancy as his game counterpart, in ''SonicTheComic''. This makes sense since he's from the Nameless Zone, which has none of this technology; it's stuck in the Medieval ages. So he's a FishOutOfTemporalWater.

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* This is not ''game'' related per-se, but comic related. Tails is not nearly as smart or technology fancy as his game counterpart, in ''SonicTheComic''.''ComicBook/SonicTheComic''. This makes sense since he's from the Nameless Zone, which has none of this technology; it's stuck in the Medieval ages. So he's a FishOutOfTemporalWater.
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