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  1. Don't know if this is already a question, but I would love to know about the character's parents more. More so, our "furry" group of characters. I mean, I know Cream has a mother, but that is the only instance of a parent being shown in the present. (I wonder about where her father is...) Tikal has a father, and it is mentioned she had a grandmother and mother too. I think it was mentioned somewhere that Blaze has a father. Shadow was created artificially. Sonic was born on Christmas Island. Knuckles just found himself there on Angel Island (I wonder, is he actually from the past?). Silver was born sometime in the future. The rest? No clue.
  2. I didn't really like Super in general, but I especially didn't like the Tournament of Power. I actually dropped it, and only picked it up again to watch Goku vs Jiren. One thing I really didn't like about it was the wish part at the end. Like I know this is a shounen for children, but hypothetically, what if someone wished for something selfish and didn't bring all the other universes back. That "being virtuous" plot device was garbage (corny). What was even the point of putting it in there?
  3. Sorry for the late reply, but it wasn't too long ago where many, many people preferred Shadow as a #2 character to Sonic. I don't know if that still holds true today, as I don't really frequent social media, or converse with the fanbase, but during the early 2000s there was a lot of Shadow-ridding. Can't expect a lot from a children's game (nevertheless Sonic). The point is to sell and forced drama apparently makes things more interesting, even if that means to change the character's character. Just look at pre-genesis wave Archie Sonic.
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