History Headscratchers / SonicTheHedgehog

2nd Aug '16 5:22:27 PM Slothking
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** personally, I see him as asexual.
17th May '16 8:38:33 PM case
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** Well they're only fighting robots. You can argue the rings protect them from pain when they lose those. Deaths don't actually happen, so canonically they only get hurt in cutscenes. Also, there could be plenty of time between adventures, as the fact that they never age shouldn't be construed as saying all their adventures happen in the same year. Still problematic in that they must know they get close to being killed so often. Splitting the continuity up and ignoring ''Sonic Generations'' helps. Mostly just MST3KMantra though.
3rd May '16 5:37:57 PM BullaBrief101
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* In Sonic '06, does Silver have romantic feelings for Blaze?
2nd May '16 3:15:29 AM DarthWalrus
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** Speaking of which, how comes "Ms. Giant Hammer" is always regarded as a "Speed" character when her main gimmick is ''a [[ShapedLikeItself Giant Hammer]]''.
11th Apr '16 8:15:57 PM BullaBrief101
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* Is Shadow heterosexual?
24th Feb '16 8:00:53 AM Dephlogisticate
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*** Tails specifically analyzed how the Chaos Emeralds produce their energy [By harnessing thoughts/willpower and converting it into energy], but due to it being an artificial process, he could not match the exact details. It's like making a knockoff of an Ipod or any piece of tech; you can copy it with what you have, but you can't make it exactly like the real deal. Plus, producing infinite energy doesn't mean they posesse infinite energy; several times they have been depleted, only to be recharged.
10th Jan '16 3:27:39 PM Kayube
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** The problem with that theory is that Knuckles keeps believing Eggman that ''Sonic'' is doing something wrong. Obviously he doesn't think ''Sonic'' is fundamentally good...
2nd Jan '16 1:31:20 PM nombretomado
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** VideoGame/SonicGenerations lampshades this by having Classic Eggman say that nobody calls him Dr. Robotnik anymore. In-universe, the English version of the games made it a kind of AscendedFanon on Eggman's part. The first one to call him Eggman in the games was Sonic, who used it as an ''insult''. Later on, Eggman (Robotnik at the time) was thinking he needed an alias, and then that event popped into his head as he was thinking, and he decided to use "Eggman" out of a sense of irony or something.

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** VideoGame/SonicGenerations ''VideoGame/SonicGenerations'' lampshades this by having Classic Eggman say that nobody calls him Dr. Robotnik anymore. In-universe, the English version of the games made it a kind of AscendedFanon on Eggman's part. The first one to call him Eggman in the games was Sonic, who used it as an ''insult''. Later on, Eggman (Robotnik at the time) was thinking he needed an alias, and then that event popped into his head as he was thinking, and he decided to use "Eggman" out of a sense of irony or something.



** SonicGenerations mentions them directly in the story, so I'm guessing they are real.

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** SonicGenerations ''VideoGame/SonicGenerations'' mentions them directly in the story, so I'm guessing they are real.
2nd Jan '16 1:31:06 PM phoenix
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** In the ending of Sonic Generations, Modern Tails actually asks this very question.

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** In the ending of Sonic Generations, ''VideoGame/SonicGenerations'', Modern Tails actually asks this very question.
2nd Jan '16 1:14:35 PM nombretomado
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*** This is sort of hinted at in SonicAdventure2. Eggman's initial turf in this game consists of the interior of one ancient pyramid (which he must share with ghosts) and some (but not all!) of the desert immediately surrounding it. If he has any control over anybody able to pay taxes / be exploited, it's most likely a few scattered camel herders. This is also the game in which Eggman's resources are the most severely dwindled: He has a limited number of robots, he only mass-produces four different models (which are only ever deployed within Eggman's territory), and most of the action on the Dark Side of the story takes place because Eggman, Shadow, and Rouge form the equivalent of a special ops team, not because of some huge robot invasion or a large fleet of ships. If Eggman wasn't able to pump oil in the desert surrounding his pyramid base, he'd probably be doing even worse!

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*** This is sort of hinted at in SonicAdventure2.''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2''. Eggman's initial turf in this game consists of the interior of one ancient pyramid (which he must share with ghosts) and some (but not all!) of the desert immediately surrounding it. If he has any control over anybody able to pay taxes / be exploited, it's most likely a few scattered camel herders. This is also the game in which Eggman's resources are the most severely dwindled: He has a limited number of robots, he only mass-produces four different models (which are only ever deployed within Eggman's territory), and most of the action on the Dark Side of the story takes place because Eggman, Shadow, and Rouge form the equivalent of a special ops team, not because of some huge robot invasion or a large fleet of ships. If Eggman wasn't able to pump oil in the desert surrounding his pyramid base, he'd probably be doing even worse!
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