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Characters: Archie Comics' Sonic the Hedgehog- Freedom Fighters
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Sonic the Hedgehog

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Click here to see him as Ultra Sonic 

Billed as "the Hero of Mobius," this version of Sonic is still brash, irreverent, and cocky, but also has heroing as a full-time job that he couldn't quit if he wanted to (not that he does). Robotnik's coup against the government happened when Sonic was five years old, and for the ~10 years of Comic Book Time since he's spent the majority of his energy enthusiastically opposing him. Though not the tactical leader of the Freedom Fighters, he is certainly their most iconic member, and one of their greatest assets against Robotnik. Sonic's ego, though undeniable, is braced somewhat by the spirit of teamwork and a genuinely selfless impulse, against a backdrop of sobering losses to a tyrant who has wreaked havoc amongst the lives of Sonic and his friends and family. Thus at his worst Sonic is occasionally thoughtless or insensitive, but generally friendly and easygoing, quick to forgive and loyal to a fault.

  • Adaptational Badass: Much more powerful than the Sega version. He's a Lightning Bruiser as opposed to being a Fragile Speedster, and he has more abilities than the games version (can go intangible by vibrating his molecules, for example).
    • On the other hand, however, he is much more flawed and vulnerable than Sega's version, which is showcased by how much he gets manipulated or emotionally broken, so it evens out.
  • Angst? What Angst?: In universe, Sonic's more likely to smile and crack a few jokes than wallow in depression.
  • Anti-Hero: Like other portrayals, but the comics tend to emphasize his flaws a bit more without making him an out-and-out Jerk Ass.
  • Badass
  • Balloon Belly: In the chapter The Return of Uncle Chuck.
  • Big Brother Instinct / Big Brother Mentor: Usually towards Tails, though he sometimes passes it off to younger heroes.
  • Big Eater
  • Blood Knight: He's not murderous and is nowhere near the psychopathic extreme that defines this trope, but certain stories have shown that Sonic enjoys fighting Robotnik and the rest of his various Rogues Gallery a bit too much.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Twice. The first time involved amnesia, and the second was when he was Roboticized into Mecha Sonic. Note that the latter involved him Fighting from the Inside.
  • Casual Danger Dialogue: He'll banter or even flirt in the middle of a fight. One example was his cracking jokes while being controlled by Eggman in the first Free Comic Book Day issue.
  • Catchphrase: "Let's do it to it!"
  • Chick Magnet: Sally, Fiona, Amy, Mina; it seems that most girls are in love with him at one point or another. And unlike his games counterpart, he definitely doesn't try to avoid it.
  • Child Soldier: He's been fighting Robotnik since he was a kid, all the while avoiding most of the Angst that comes with this trope.
  • Composite Character: Of Sonic's myriad incarnations. He's got a bit of the adventure loving hero from the more recent games and Sonic X, while also retaining some of his 90's-era attitude along with a sprinkling of Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog's comedic trickster.
  • Dangerously Genre Savvy: After being curb-stomped by Eggman's Powered Armor in #175, Sonic correctly deduces that said armor was specifically designed to fight and counter him, but no one else, and makes sure to bring the rest of the Freedom Fighters and the Chaotix with him to take it on again.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Takes this trait from the games and amps it Up to Eleven.
  • Demoted To Supporting Character: For a whilenote , it seemed like other characters like Knuckles were more important to the world of the comic than he was.
  • Determinator
  • Early-Installment Weirdness: Some aspects of Sonic's character from the earlier stories seem jarring when compared to elements that have become generally accepted aspects of his character. Such as his lack of hydrophobia, which has since been incorporated into more recent stories.
  • Embarrassing Middle Name: Maurice... though not any more. An issue revealed it, and Ken Penders had intended to give him the first name of Olgilvie, but it was never revealed in the comic. Current writer Ian Flynn has refused to acknowledge the canonicity of said name, but went so far as to explicitly retcon it in a later Data File.
  • Genre Savvy: Emphasized more since the beginning Ian Flynn's run — though he can still make some critical mistakes.
  • The Good Guys Always Win: According to Mammoth Mogul and Eggman, Sonic's long-term exposure to Chaos Energy has essentially made him an Anthropomorphic Personification of Chaos; thus, no matter what plans the various villains try, Sonic will always find a way to win.
  • The Hero: He's Sonic the Hedgehog, what did you expect?
  • Heroic Willpower
  • Intangible Man: This version has the ability to vibrate his molecules to pass through objects a la The Flash.
  • Invincible Hero: Definitely averted. The best example is during the events of Sonic #175, where Eggman manages to hand him his prickly behind. What happened later, however....
  • Leeroy Jenkins
  • Let's Get Dangerous: It's very rare, but there are times when he drops the corny jokes and carefree demeanor, and focuses on taking out the threat at hand.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Occasionally, he will stumble into this role.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Very much Made of Iron and one of the strongest and the fastest in Mobius, in contrast to his Fragile Speedster games incarnation.
  • Made of Iron: Sonic's taken a lot of punishment over the years, but even after being beat down, he'll get right up and come back for more.
  • New Powers as the Plot Demands: Sonic was prone to this in some of the earlier days of the comic, and it kept creeping in and out over the years. The most egregious example comes from the myriad ways the writers have abused his "Figure-8 Super Peel Out." He also fits trope due to his sizable amount of Super Forms (see below).
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: He convinced EVE to overcome her limitations, the latter heading into space. When they met again later, EVE revealed that she had destroyed numerous inhabited worlds across the galaxy. In fairness, EVE was going to kill Sonic until he convinced her otherwise, and EVE's rampage started in self-defense, before going into Well-Intentioned Extremist territory. That and after Sonic made her realize the error of her ways, EVE gave Sonic one final bit of help before flying into a star.
  • Not So Different: From characters like Knuckles, in that his own background is less than straightforward. The difference is that Sonic tends to take it all in stride.
  • Parental Abandonment: Sonic basically grew up without parental influence. Eventually, the Mobians turned into robots were freed of Robotnik's influence, and later most of them (saving Sonic's dad) were turned flesh again as well, and so he has since reunited with them, but the lack of supervision during his formative years causes Sonic's father some angst.
  • The Power of Friendship: Sonic believes in it.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Sonic manages to combine this trope with deadpan snarking and Casual Danger Dialogue to great effect.
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right: Tended to do this when butting heads with Sally's father, and now more often thanks to the formation of the Council of Acorn.
  • Sins OF Our Fathers: Issue 50 revealed his dad and uncle brought Julian Kintobor to King Max in the first place. That and they chased down a young Regina (the Iron Queen) sometime prior.
  • Spanner in the Works: Commented on in-universe: Mammoth Mogul has realized that for whatever reason, he can't beat Sonic, so he'll stay out of the way until Sonic dies. Eggman worked himself out of his insanity once he realized this, likening it to an unpredictable element in any experiment. He's rationalized that Sonic has become an element of chaos because of all the chaos energy he's been exposed to over the years.
  • Super Form: There's the usual Super Sonic, but the comic has added a few others to the mix:
    • Ultra Sonic: Attained by absorbing a large number of Power Rings, giving him Elemental Powers and a couple other Stock Superpowers. He also has the ability to transform into the following terrain based variants:note 
      • Solar Sonic
      • Polar Sonic
      • Eco Sonic
      • All five of these forms were seen when Sonic was using a single Super Emerald, a reference to Hyper Sonic from Sonic 3 & Knuckles. This would suggest Sonic could obtain that form as well, except it would be far stronger than anything we've seen.note 
  • Super Speed: Duh.
  • Took A Level In Jerk Ass: Definitely not a total jerk, but his tendency to let his ego rage out of control and insensitive behavior is called out more often than some of his other portrayals, where they're usually brushed off or accepted. Furthermore, he's able to work past and make up for them with surprising sensitivity.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Chili dogs. Along wth SatAm, one of the first versions to emphasize it.
  • Translator Microbes: Due to some adventures in space and acquiring a translator device, Sonic is able to understand all languages. Even his dog's.
  • Unfortunate Names: At one point, his name was considered to be Olgilvie Maurice Takeshi Hedgehog.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Though it hasn't been entirely consistent, he generally has an aversion to water. As you can imagine, he's not exactly thrilled when in one of the newer Post-Genesis Wave arcs he has to visit an underwater city.
  • Unwilling Roboticization: In "Mecha Madness", where he was roboticised and turned against his friends. Then again, years later, by the BEM, though he retained his free will this time. As Mecha Sonic, the following tropes apply:
  • Year Outside, Hour Inside: Due to being tossed to the other edge of the universe and the whole relativity thing, the trip home, which had been a relatively short period of time for him, amounted to a year for his friends back on Mobius. This also makes him physically younger than the other Freedom Fighters his age.

Miles "Tails" Prower

Sonic's best friend and sometimes-sidekick, Tails' earliest characterization suffered somewhat for being "the little kid who hero-worships Sonic and resents the other Freedom Fighters for babying him," and generally treated as more of an innocent in need of protection than an active asset to the team. Tails' first strike out at adventure on his own (where he met Fiona) was a rebellion in this spirit. Later issues worked to correct this by steadily upping his apparent maturity and skill with mechanics (which had the somewhat unintended consequence of rendering Rotor and Uncle Chuck redundant). Tails in the comics has also carried around the rather ambiguously defined title of "The Chosen One," for a destiny he may or may not have fulfilled by this point.

Generally sweet and unassuming, Tails retains a good relationship with the other Freedom Fighters, who are still somewhat inclined to be protective of him — which he is more embarrassed than angered by, these days.

Princess Sally Acorn

Click here to see her as Mecha Sally 

Daughter of the deposed king Maximillian Acorn, Princess Sally led the Freedom Fighters through their time of exile after the coup and saw her father, and subsequently her brother, re-ascend the throne after Robotnik's demise (which, alas, did not stick). For quite some time she was Heir Presumptive, and retired from field duties, but she has since reassumed her post after Elias was crowned instead. Sally was roboticized and transformed into "Mecha Sally", who was then weaponized and turned against her friends by Eggman. Following the reboot, She was never altered and is still an active member of the Freedom Fighters, though what she does remember of her tenure as Mecha Sally haunts her greatly.

Sally is intelligent, pragmatic, and patient, often serving as a foil to Sonic who is also her main love interest. Among the fandom she is incredibly divisive, loved by many who see her as the heart of the team and hold "Sonally" to be the One True Pairing; and disliked by many others who see her as a Canon Sue and dislike all of the Love Triangle plots her presence spawns (and/or ship Sonic with someone else). Needless to say, such tropes should go on the YMMV page rather than here.

Tropes associated with Sally's "Mecha Sally" personae:

NICOLE

Built by a future incarnation of Rotor, NICOLE is an an Artificial Intelligence sent to Sally in the past from her future self in a Stable Time Loop, but her origins are obscured from the others in the present (as well as to the viewers of the modern-day, considering how convoluted the time travel plots have gotten since her introduction). Loyal, intelligent (obviously), occasionally playful or sarcastic NICOLE has always evidenced aspects of personality, but her prominence in the series skyrocketed once she outgrew her handheld and learned to project herself into a solid form as a Lynx. NICOLE and her nanites are responsible for the construction of New Mobotropolis, but the populace's initial gratitude has turned to fear once it became apparent that her technological basis left her vulnerable to Magitek — and that under the influence she would turn the city against its citizens. After being exiled for her so-called "crimes", NICOLE was recruited by Harvey Who to aid the Secret Freedom Fighters.

Following the reboot, the nanite city of New Mobotropolis has been replaced by the restored city of Mobotropolis. To compensate for the loss of the nanites, NICOLE can project her holographic form by simply by attaching a power ring to her handheld unit. She now works in the field with the Freedom Fighters.

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Ascended Extra: She was around almost since the beginning, but #151's "Stargazing" set her on a track that led from "occasional prop" to "front-line Freedom Fighter".
  • Barefoot Cartoon Animal
  • Brainy Brunette
  • Furry Female Mane
  • Green Eyes
  • Heroic BSOD: She could barely talk to anyone after Sally was roboticized and herself exiled. It wasn't until Mina talked to her and apologized for her actions that she was able to open up again.
  • Hero with Bad Publicity
  • Nanomachines: Not after the reboot at least.
  • Pinocchio Syndrome
  • Projected Man: She alternates between a real body constructed of nanites and a holographic projection. The latter is much less labor-intensive to sustain.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Her eyes changed from green to red when she was brainwashed during the Iron Dominion storyline.
  • Silk Hiding Steel: Not so much in her earliest appearances (she once shocked Sonic in retribution for shaking her), but since obtaining her lynx form she's been nothing but shy, sweet, and nurturing... when she's not Brainwashed and Crazy.
  • Stealth Pun: A lot of fans believe that the choice of a lynx as the species of her mobian form was a tongue in cheek reference by the writers to a hand-held video game system from Atari called the 'Lynx'.

Bunnie Rabbot D'Coolette

A Southern Belle who was subject to Roboticization and rescued half-way, Bunnie retained her free will but put her powerful robotic limbs at the service of the Freedom Fighters. Bunnie has an outgoing but gentle personality who is nonetheless willing to throw her considerable weight around when the occasion calls for it. Though liked by pretty much everyone, she seems especially close to Sally, and to Antoine, her husband.

Bunnie found herself restored to flesh and blood, and her husband put into a coma during an attack by Eggman's forces. Unable to deal with her feelings of helplessness, she set off on her own for an unrevealed purpose.note  Following the reboot, it was established that Bunnie was never roboticized, having gotten her cybernetics from Uncle Chuck due to serious injuries sustained from Eggman's original attack.

Antoine D'Coolette

A French and somewhat cowardly member of the Freedom Fighters who was, in the early days, a would-be rival to Sonic for Sally's affections (but strictly a Hopeless Suitor). Generally used as the bumbling, occasionally overbearing comic relief, he eventually shed most of his jerkier traits and was allowed to take a level in badass when he stopped pursuing Sally and instead became involved with Bunnie. Antoine, like his father, wears the uniform of the Royal Guard, but like the other Freedom Fighters was too young to actually be a member before Robotnik's coup.

Antoine was critically wounded and put in a coma during an attempt on Elias's life, putting him out of commission. Following the reboot, Antoine was never injured and is still an active member of the Freedom Fighters.

Amy Rose

The tough-but-pretty, self-proclaimed love interest and friend of Sonic. Once a young child, Amy was made older by magical means. After earning her place as a Freedom Fighter, she is considered a powerful and capable member of the group.

Rotor the Walrus

The team's resident mechanic and smart guy. Rotor is a somewhat retiring type, but strong enough to fill the role of The Big Guy if Bunnie hadn't occupied that slot. With Tails increasingly occupying The Smart Guy slot, Rotor unfortunately found himself pushed to the background frequently. He joined the Mobian Council until quitting the group in disgust, deciding to take action himself as the leader of the newly formed Team Freedom. Following the reboot, Rotor was never injured and is still an active member of the Freedom Fighters.

Since the Cosmic Retcon, Rotor's now much younger, stronger and has his smarts to fight alongside his friends once more.

  • Abusive Parents: In the post-Super Genesis Wave world, Rotor's father hated new things and never liked him. Prompting Rotor to seek greener pastures.
  • Demoted to Extra: Pre-Retcon, since sustaining a serious injury to his back, he's joined the council and retired from the Freedom Fighters proper.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: The only member of the Freedom Fighters (not counting Dulcy or Nicole) who goes barefoot on a regular basis. Subverted in Post-Genesis Wave as he now wears flipper-shaped sneakers.
  • Gadgeteer Genius
    • Genius Bruiser: How he is portrayed in the post-Super Genesis Wave world
  • He's Back: After quitting the Mobian Council, Rotor returns to active duty, donning Powered Armor to circumvent his injured back. Post-Genesis Wave, he's now much more fit and able.
  • Mr Fix It: Shared with Tails.
  • Nice Hat
  • No Shirt, Long Jacket: He started wearing a brown jacket in later issues, but has dropped it as of Team Freedom's formation.
  • Powered Armor: Pre-Genesis Wave, he wears one of his own design that was constructed with the help of NICOLE, which he uses to make up for his back injury.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: When The Mobian Council votes to banish NICOLE to Freedom HQ, Rotor quits in disgust, especially since they give him the reason of "It's what the people want".
  • The Smart Guy
  • Stout Strength: Implied at times to be out of shape, but can whack a wallop when he needs to.
  • Taking the Bullet: His injury was sustained while pushing Tails out of the way of a falling wall that would likely have killed him.
  • This Looks Like a Job for Aquaman: Shown in the Post-Genesis Wave, being an aquatic animal allows him reach underwater areas the rest of the Freedom Fighter either can't get to and wouldn't be able too without a breathing apparatus.

Cream the Rabbit and Vanilla

A mother and daughter whose home, where all of Knothole's Chao had relocated, was destroyed by Snively. They were saved by Amy Rose, who brought them to New Mobotropolis. Cream quickly became friends with Amy, and participated in their adventure with Blaze and the Sol Emeralds. Recently, she became a part of Team Freedom to protect her new home, and was the guardian of a certain doll that looks like Tails until the reboot.note 

  • A Girl and Her Chao
  • Actual Pacifist: Cream doesn't like fighting at all. She get mad and frustrated, but if anyone's doing the attacking, it's Cheese.
  • Berserk Button: Won't tolerate rudeness. Omega was particularly flummoxed by this.
    • She also will be legitmately angry if her friends (particullarly Cheese) are harmed.
  • Cool Chao
  • Flight
  • Friend to All Living Things: To Cheese, and all of the Chao who and her mother came to take care of.
  • Kid Hero
  • Rant Inducing Slight: Yes, even Cream has her limits. In the Archie Comics, when Nack captures Cheese and the Sol Emerald, Cream lunges at him only to be stopped by Bark. She then proceedes to rattle off the following quote.
    Cream: How dare you kidnap Cheese! Don't hold him by his wings like that! Do you know how sensitive they are? And give back Miss Blaze's Sol Emerald! We have worked very hard to get that back for her, you know! This whole day has been nothing but roughhousing and rude people and I simply will not tolerate it!
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: "Too cute to eviscerate," according to Omega.

Big the Cat & Froggy

Denizens of Mysterious Cat Country who became involved in the ordeal with Perfect Chaos. Big has since been exiled by the other Felidae and forced to take up residence in New Mobotropolis, where he soon became part of Team Freedom. He works with the regular Freedom Fighter team as of the reboot.

  • Angst? What Angst?: In-universe. Cheered up after being exiled from his home when Sonic told him the fishing was great up north.
  • A Cat and His Frog
  • Black Sheep: Openly resented by his fellow Felidae for consorting with outsiders, and for being a simpleton.
  • Cats Are Mean: Averted. Big is pretty much one of the few denizens of Cat Country that aren't downright hostile.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander
  • Commuting on a Bus: Has been making infrequent appearances in the comic over the years, but has recently moved to the same area as the rest of the main cast.
  • The Ditz
  • The Fool
  • Gentle Giant
  • Kind Hearted Simpleton
  • Sixth Ranger: In the reboot. After guiding Sonic and Tails to, and subsequently helping defend, the Sky Patrol, he and Froggy are now part of the team.
  • Stout Strength: And HOW. Big is THE strongest character in the Sonic universe.
  • Suddenly Voiced: It's a comic book, so it's not quite this trope, but the comic is one of the few mediums where we get a glimpse into Froggy's thoughts. As it turns out, he's a bit of a smart ass.

    Secret Freedom Fighters 

A black-ops team formed by Elias Acorn and Harvey Who to fight against Naugus, who was crowned king and seen as a hero by the citizens of New Mobotropolis in the wake of Eggman and the Battle Bird Armada's attacks on the city. As much of the members were created by former writer Ken Penders, the team has been removed from continuity as of the crossover, with the only confirmed members in the new continuity being Silver the Hedgehog and NICOLE the Lynx.

Elias Acorn/"King"

Sally's brother, who was lost during the Great War and raised on the Floating Island. After being reunited with his family, he struggled under the weight of his responsibilities and eventually ran away from home. Nevertheless, after marrying his wife Megan, he returned to accept the crown. However, he soon found himself with new struggles, and was deposed as King by Ixis Naugus. However, knowing he would still have to protect his people from Ixis, he formed the "Secret Freedom Fighters" with the help of former Head of Secret Intelligence, Harvey Who. His code-name in this group is "King."

Silver/"Ace"

  • See under Time Travelers in the main page.

Shard/Metal Sonic (Ver. 1.0/2.0/2.5)/"Jack"

Click here to see him as Metal Sonic 1. 0 
Click here to see him as Metal Sonic 2. 5 

The original Metal Sonic created by Dr. Robotnik, the robot known as "Shard" was granted autonomy and free-will after exposure to one of the doctor's Power Gems. Eager to gain vengeance upon the hedgehog he was based, Metal Sonic attempted to destroy both Sonic and Tails, only to be turned by the the two friends' concern for one another. Metal Sonic sacrificed himself to save Sonic and Tails from the same volcano he attempted to trap them in, seemingly at the cost of his own life. However, he resurfaced years later, rebuilt and going by the name of Shard, the "Jack" of the Secret Freedom Fighters. His status as of the reboot is unclear as his "2.5" form wasn't a Sega design, and Metal Sonic's history now matches with the game version. Ian Flynn has hinted that Shard may return, possibly as a rebuilding/refurbishing of the Sonic3&Knuckles Mecha Sonic.

Larry Lynx/"Joker"

Larry Lynx, "super jinx." Never has a title been more appropriate, as Larry is a living embodiment of bad luck. After meeting Sonic, he eventually gained some confidence and eventually became the leader of the Substitute Freedom Fighters... only for the group to disband. Thanks to Harvey Who, Larry is back in action as the Secret Freedom Fighters' "Agent Joker," but it'll take a while before he has same confidence in himself that the director has.

Leeta and Lyco/"Queen of Diamonds" and "Queen of Hearts"

Leeta (top) and Lyco (bottom)

Two wolves and members of the Wolf Pack. Originally without a pack, they were taken in by Lupe and helped her and the rest of the Pack fight the original Robotnik. After resettling in their people's ancestral homeland, they grew restless and sought to help beyond the reaches of their nation. Thankfully, Harvey Who contacted the Wolf Pack Nation in search of recruits, and they became members of the Secret Freedom Fighters. Their monikers are "Queen of Diamonds" and "Queen of Hearts."

  • Animal Theme Naming: As with most members of the Wolf Pack, Lyco's name is derived from a word for wolf; in this case, the Greek "lykos."
  • Identical Twin ID Tag: Their outfits being Color-Coded for Your Convenience.
  • Jumped at the Call: Literally; Harvey Who called Lupe to recruit agents and they accepted, wanting to experience adventure and do more for the common good.
  • Leotard of Power
  • Not So Different: The twins rag on Elias for not trusting him and being up to the task of their mission, but later they end up blowing it by being frightened and revealing their presence to Naugus.
  • Put on a Bus: Can no longer appear due to the Penders lawsuit.
  • Twin Switch: A variation where they both pretended to be the same twin was hilariously used to confound Silver in one "Off Panel" strip.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Leeta is afraid of heights.
  • Woman Scorned: They were once two-timed by a wolf from another pack who took advantage of their being twins. After they dumped him, they found him in the Dark Egg Legion and were not amused.

Harvey Who

The former director of Secret Intelligence and the current director of the Secret Freedom Fighters. Harvey Who aided in the battle with Robotnik, but retired soon after - only to be convinced to help Elias regain the throne and stop Ixis Naugus. Harvey is both experienced and wise, and able to see things in others that they may not see in themselves.

  • Ascended Extra: Appeared in one story way-back-when, and then disappeared forever - that is, until he was brought back to serve as the director for the Secret Freedom Fighters.
  • Badass Mustache
  • Barefoot Cartoon Animal
  • Cool Old Guy
  • Da Chief
  • Glory Days: When Elias first visits him, he's convinced his best years are behind him. He even has a photograph of himself, King Max, and members of the King's court from the pre-Robotnik days in his house. That said, it doesn't take much for Elias to talk him back into action.
  • The Owl-Knowing One
  • Master of Disguise: He and his men disguised themselves as Badniks during the war with Robotnik.
  • Shout-Out: Back when we first saw him, he and his men were this to the cast of Winnie the Pooh, consisting of an owl, a bear, and a donkey. Additionally, at the end of his first appearance, Sonic references the old tootsie pop commercial with the owl. According to Harvey, the amount of licks needed is classified information.

    Inactive/Former Freedom Fighters 

Dulcy the Dragon

A Mobian dragon. Separated from her mother during Robotnik's coup, Dulcy grew up alongside the Freedom Fighters and served as both a comrade and a source of air transport. After Commuting on a Bus for several years, she was reunited with her fellow dragons, and has made infrequent appearances as of late.

Heavy and Bomb

Robots who once served Eggman, but were liberated when exposed to the unique energy of Power Gems. After previously serving on the Secret Service, they were taken control of by Eggman and used to attack the Royal Family. Though they were destroyed and later replicated, the originals were rebuilt in new bodies and served as members of Team Freedom. Their status as of the reboot is unknown.


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