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Writer Ben Hurst revealed that the red eyes at the end of Sonic the Hedgehog: The Doomsday Project (1994) (the final episode) actually belonged to Naugus. He explained that the plans for the third season were: Snively tries to retake control of Robotropolis, but ultimately fails. On the verge of losing it all to the Freedom Fighters, he turns to Sonic the Hedgehog: The Void (1994), where Naugus is busy torturing Robotnik. Snively frees Naugus, and in the process also frees Robotnik and King Acorn. Naugus assumes control, and starts his new command by trying to lure Sally into capture with the King as bait. Robotnik becomes Naugus' lackey. And Snively, now reduced to a simpering nobody, defects to the Freedom Fighters. Hurst went on later to say that more developments would have come along between the relationship of Sonic and Tails, coming a little closer to the game relationship it strayed so far away from. Sooner on down the line in possible future episodes we would also have learned of the origins of Robotnik and Snively. See more »
[Dulcy freezes Dr. Robotnik and the Swatbots with her ice breath attack and then saves Sonic]
Way past Dulce!
Dulcy the Dragon:
They need to chill.
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Man was this show a treat! Possibly one of...no probably my most favorite show America has to offer (aside from superhero shows and some exceptions, everything else outside of America).
This series had action (breaking into Robotnick's factory's to pull something off), adventure (journys in metallic city's, rocky canyons, underground caves and some places I can't even think of something to describe), danger (every where you go when Robotnick's involved just screams it) and a lot of other things from humor and drama.
We all know the team of the Freedom Fighters, each one with their own attitudes and styles. Sonic with his quick and (sometimes) smart attitude and his hate towards patience. Tail's as much as he wants to be just like Sonic begins to rely on himself a little more (something I actually approved of with the whole lack of Tails thing). Sally, cool and calculating with a smart mouth she uses on Sonic from time to time. Antoine with his French background trying to please and win Sally over Sonic. Bunnie helping out with heavy lifting and waiting till the day they can change her and everyone else back to normal. And Rotor as the brains behind the construction of the Freedom Fighter's inventions and sometimes the tampering with Robotnick's.
Speaking of Robotnick ... this has got to be his best look in all his years. Not the somewhat goofy but still dangerous versions of him in "Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog" and "Sonic X". He's all around bad here. Not some Doctor trying to take over. He HAS taken over. A majority of the planet is polluted and under his watch. He shows no mercy and will do anything to get what he wants, lie, cheat, KILL. His best act of evil? Hard to say, but check out "Blast to the Past" parts 1 and 2 (more so 2) to understand his and Sonic's rivalry thats gone on for over a decade. His second in command and his own nephew, the cowardly Snively just lets his him push him around but waits until his downfall to become in charge.
I don't care if this isn't based off the game like AoStH, but what did they have to build off of? The first two games, Sonic a fast runner takes on the vile Dr. Robotnick 'cause he'll ... uh do something, kill them or ...something... ...WOW! Thats a lot of plot to build off of! DiC took those characters, did some slight redesigns, and came up with a plot and created their own characters. They didn't base it off a game like X did and added some things. They made their own universe with characters that have lived to this day in the Archie comics as well as fan comics and fan fiction.
Trust me, check this out anyway you can (thats not illegal), I recommend it! Forget Sonic's design is dated, don't hate because its not like the games. Just enjoy it for what it is, an awesome cartoon!
Perfect 10/10! -Saber
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