History Fridge / SonicTheHedgehog

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.
2nd Jan '16 1:23:46 PM phoenix
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* E-102 Gamma and E-123 Omega easily and voluntarily made a HeelFaceTurn. In SonicGenerations, Egg Pawns can become attracted to Rouge and voluntarily stop attacking when they do. Conclusion: Robots are sentient beings that have emotions and personalities. Sonic doesn't destroy inanimate objects, he [[YouBastard gleefully]] [[WhatMeasureIsAMook commits genocide]].
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* E-102 Gamma and E-123 Omega easily and voluntarily made a HeelFaceTurn. In SonicGenerations, ''VideoGame/SonicGenerations'', Egg Pawns can become attracted to Rouge and voluntarily stop attacking when they do. Conclusion: Robots are sentient beings that have emotions and personalities. Sonic doesn't destroy inanimate objects, he [[YouBastard gleefully]] [[WhatMeasureIsAMook commits genocide]].
9th Dec '15 5:17:44 AM Morgenthaler
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** Not to mention [[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 [[SonicDrift [[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.]]
21st Jun '15 3:44:10 AM SayaAensland
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* E-102 Gamma and E-123 Omega easily and voluntarily made a HeelFaceTurn. In SonicGenerations, Egg Pawns can become attracted to Rouge and voluntarily stop attacking when they do. Conclusion: Robots are sentient beings that have emotions and personalities. Sonic doesn't destroy inanimate objects, he [[YouBastard gleefully]] [[WhatMeasureIsAMook commits genocide]]. -SayaAensland
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* E-102 Gamma and E-123 Omega easily and voluntarily made a HeelFaceTurn. In SonicGenerations, Egg Pawns can become attracted to Rouge and voluntarily stop attacking when they do. Conclusion: Robots are sentient beings that have emotions and personalities. Sonic doesn't destroy inanimate objects, he [[YouBastard gleefully]] [[WhatMeasureIsAMook commits genocide]]. -SayaAensland
16th Jun '15 8:19:31 AM BenAgain
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** Like a million faces, I've recognized them all. And one by one they've all become, A number as they fall (as they fall). In the face of reason, I can take no more. One by one they've all become, A black mark on the floor.
30th Nov '14 9:46:39 AM TheBeanerItWas
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** Amusingly, Omega, one of Eggman's own powerful robots, does address his standard foot soldiers as "Worthless consumer models!", 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!", models!" In SonicHeroes, and given how easily he and the others plow through them, he has a point.
30th Nov '14 9:46:15 AM TheBeanerItWas
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** Amusingly, Omega, one of Eggman's own powerful robots, does address his standard foot soldiers as "Worthless consumer models!", and given how easily he and the others plow through them, he has a point.
30th Nov '14 9:41:59 AM TheBeanerItWas
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* So why would Eggman's robot mooks be so easy to smash apart by simply hopping into them? Because he likely believes in quantity over quality, built his robots super cheap (likely to alleviate the expense of building his latest airship or armory, or saving the real work for specialized robots like Metal Sonic or the E series machines) or with so few functional parts that they're very flimsy and fragile as a result, in spite of their sleek appearances, not unlike a consumer model computer device. As mentioned before, he probably never anticipated someone like Sonic would come along, so he never felt the need to made his robots too ambitious or threatening, and even after the fact, he probably figured it was a lost cause to do otherwise, and just uses the robots to buy time before Sonic gets to him, since they seem to do the job fine as long as he isn't around.
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* So why would Eggman's robot mooks be so easy to smash apart by simply hopping into them? Because he likely believes in quantity over quality, built his robots super cheap (likely to alleviate the expense of building his latest airship or armory, or saving the real work for specialized robots like Metal Sonic or the E series machines) or with so few functional parts that they're very flimsy and fragile as a result, result (or having organic batteries like animals would preclude stuffing anything else in them as is) in spite of their sleek appearances, not unlike a consumer model computer device. As mentioned before, he probably never anticipated someone like Sonic would come along, so he never felt the need to made his robots too ambitious or threatening, and even after the fact, he probably figured it was a lost cause to do otherwise, and just uses the robots to buy time before Sonic gets to him, since they seem to do the job fine as long as he isn't around.
30th Nov '14 9:39:51 AM TheBeanerItWas
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* So why would Eggman's robot mooks be so easy to smash apart by simply hopping into them? Because he likely believes in quantity over quality, built his robots super cheap (likely to alleviate the expense of building his latest airship or armory) or with so few functional parts that they're very flimsy and fragile as a result, in spite of their sleek appearances, not unlike a consumer model computer device.
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* So why would Eggman's robot mooks be so easy to smash apart by simply hopping into them? Because he likely believes in quantity over quality, built his robots super cheap (likely to alleviate the expense of building his latest airship or armory) armory, or saving the real work for specialized robots like Metal Sonic or the E series machines) or with so few functional parts that they're very flimsy and fragile as a result, in spite of their sleek appearances, not unlike a consumer model computer device. As mentioned before, he probably never anticipated someone like Sonic would come along, so he never felt the need to made his robots too ambitious or threatening, and even after the fact, he probably figured it was a lost cause to do otherwise, and just uses the robots to buy time before Sonic gets to him, since they seem to do the job fine as long as he isn't around.
30th Nov '14 9:35:57 AM TheBeanerItWas
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* So why would Sonic die from 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, so any way you look at it, it's gonna hurt him just as much as it would the robot, if not more.
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* So why would Sonic die from [[OneHitPointWonder touching an enemy without a ring, 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.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 touching an enemy without a ring, especially if he touches one while uncurled? Eggman's robot mooks be so easy to smash apart by simply hopping into them? Because even accounting for he likely believes in quantity over quality, built his robots super cheap (likely to alleviate the damage expense of building his speed and weight would inflict, he's still running head on into solid metal latest airship or a armory) or with so few functional parts that they're very dense object, especially ones with blunt or sharp edges on flimsy and fragile as a result, in spite of their design, so any way you look at it, it's gonna hurt him just as much as it would the robot, if sleek appearances, not more.unlike a consumer model computer device.
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