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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to Big Panda in Let's Make Sense of Sonic Geography!   
    If you’re looking for some more inspiration on how to chart these places, the Archie comics (primarily post-reboot) are a good base imo.
    By the way, Unleashed’s Empire City probably belongs within the UF.
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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to Natie in Let's Make Sense of Sonic Geography!   
    This series has never shied away from changing and making things up, in fact, now we have a series that has changed planets. Most of this stuff is simply the devs changing their minds/forgetting things, but I wanna take on the challenge of unifying and mapping out this mess of a universe. I'll present my layout of the AS CLOSE TO CANNON AS POSSIBLE geography of Sonic's world(s), using as much official evidence as I can, and I'd like to know everyone's thoughts on anything missing or incorrect. Plus, your opinions! I'll be using {these brackets} for statements based only in theory or headcannon, usually to connect unexplained threads.
    Let's start at the beginning.
    Fantasy Earth
    The Chaos Isles 
    United Federations 
    Sonic's World 
    Phew, whadya think? I will edit this when receiving info i missed or didn't think about. 
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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to JezMM in Chamomile   
    Whoops realised the other day I'd neglected this topic but didn't realise for 3 weeks on end lol.
    Chamomile #146

    Chamomile #147

    Chamomile #148

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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to SBR2 in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    I feel like I'm "Well Actuallying" a lot and I'm sorry but I gotta do it again. Penders wasn't the writer of Return ofthe King. Bollers was. Also it wasn't Valentino himself who was a fan it was his sons. They sent in some fan art to Archie comics and when the editor found out he was their dad he asked him if he wanted to do a pin up and that led to discussions to have Sonic team up with the hyper violent world of Image Comics.
    On that note I do want to point out that Image did Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comics and in an arc a few years before Super Special 7 saw print Savage Dragon teamed up with Leonardo, Raphael with his face blown off and giant cyborg Donatello to fight a space Freddy Krueger or something while Michelangelo made out with a supporting character of his. So that's a thing.
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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to Dr. Detective Mike in Archie Sonic Main Discussion   
    Sonic Super Special - Issue #4: The Return of the King

    It’s the most appropriate Lord of the Rings reference this book is probably going to get… aside from having an issue literally called “Lord of the Rings” where Sonic dives into all his billion rings like Scrooge McDuck.
    Despite the earlier frustration with the initial couple pages being rectified, this was still a pretty bad story. The conflict here probably could have been interesting but it had such an intensely rushed conclusion. Ixis Naugus, the person responsible for this, isn’t even properly seen. He just reveals himself as the villain and then disappears a page or two later after jumping off a roof because immediately after revealing himself he goes “Oh shit, actually I’m fucked” and loses.
    I’m hoping this remains a bit of a footnote in this comic’s history because the idea that this would or could be the resolution to a plot line set up in the main issues disappoints me greatly.
    I want to see what the asshole king does now that he’s fully restored.
    Sonic Super Special - Issue #7: Parallel Paradigm 

    Okay, so I’m cheating with this one but I feel it's appropriate considering the circumstances behind this comic. I’ll be more covering the history and intention behind this comic’s existence rather than the comic itself because it’s a much more fascinating and hilarious story then the book we actually have here.  It's time to talk about the infamous (among this board at least) failure that is the botched attempt to get a new and quickly failed comic series turned failed pitch for a TV and movie pilot off the ground. It's Ken Penders' immediate failure and vastly ignored "series", The Lost Ones.
    The second thing I need to talk about is that, just like Sonic Live, it was reviewed by Linkara, who did so after finding out that the talented Evan Stanley drew a cameo of him in Sonic #257. She even appears in the video to talk about it.
    However, the best part is where he gives his fans what they want and he talks a bit about Ken Penders and the tumblr post detailing everything that happened within. It was a very surreal experience seeing a guy whose stuff I’ve seen so much of talk about any of this, honestly. 
    I watched the review and looked the comic over but there’s so little of anything to note or of interest that I feel posting his review might be enough in case you haven’t seen it. 
    I will say that the tradition of these comics making unintentionally hilarious panels, continues to bring joy to my heart.

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    Monkey Destruction Switch got a reaction from Sonic Fan J in Sonic Fan J Art Thread   
    Personally I think it looks very nice. I like the soft, pretty look it has.
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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to Sonic Fan J in Sonic Fan J Art Thread   
    I've mentioned it before (not in this thread though) but I've commissioned a number of artists to do pics of my Rosy and a couple of them inspired me to try my hand at doing more of a painted look

    I'll let the results speak for themselves, but my opinion can be summed up that the next time I want a painted look I'll commission someone. Regardless, I hope everyone enjoys the piece all the same 😊
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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to Count Mario in The Batman (June 2021) - Latest Update: Camera Test showcasing the new batsuit   
    I really dig this teaser. The red lighting reminds me of Daredevil and that's always a good thing. The music gives me a gritty noir feel before transitioning into a more traditionally bombastic gothic Batman vibe, which fits very well  with how this movie is reported to focus more on Batman's detective side (about damn time).
    I also like how the suit looks. The cowl is made out of fabric and makes me think of Batman's early Detective Comic look. While the suit looks like it's composed of individual armor pieces strapped on instead of either straight-up spandex or plastic-y and overly detailed like the Nolan suit. Please get as far as away from the Nolan suit as possible, it's so freaking boring and tacky. In fact, this new suit design reminds me of the Arkham Origins Batman suit, which is easily my favorite Batman design of all time for looking practical yet stylish and faithful to his unique look. Not to mention finding a way to incorporate the black speedo without making it look goofy.
    Lots of people (including Kevin Smith) are saying that the Bat emblem looks like it's made out of the gun that killed the Waynes, which Kevin Smith apparently wrote for Detective Comics #1000. And while that sounds very plausible ... I can't decide whether that's a clever spooky portrayal of how Bruce embraces his tragedy to define his conviction, or just hilariously trying too hard to be edgy to the point it's difficult to take seriously. If that ends up being true, I guess my feelings depend on how its executed.
    As long as they don't shove Joker into the movie to finally focus on the rest of Batman' rogues gallery, I'm excited. Especially as a fan of the director's work on the Planet of the Apes reboot trilogy.
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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to Big Panda in Things you remember, feel nostalgic for, but can’t find   
    Based on a status someone made earlier today (genuinely can’t remember who it was because my shorterm memory sucks sometimes).
    We’ve all been there. It could be something you saw on TV, like a show or film you can’t remember the name of; a commercial, but you can’t remember what the product was; a song where you can only recall the melody, but not the title or any of the lyrics; maybe it’s something you do still remember easily, but you simply can’t find any trace of its existence online.
    That last example is what I’ll start with:
    Back in my final year at primary school, there was this PC game I vividly remember playing called Guardians of the Greenwood. It was a really low budget point and click game where you helped a girl called Crinkle save a forest by solving puzzles. The game utilized real forest photographs for its scenery with frankly bizarre character graphics mixed in. An aspect of it that stuck out to me was the music that played during the actual puzzle-solving sections.
    I’ve searched online, and the only thing I could get was this page, containing two screenshots. There are no clips of it on any video sharing sites.
    I don’t have any desire to actually play the game again, but I would at least like to see footage of it to experience that obscure bit of nostalgia.
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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to Osmium in Things you remember, feel nostalgic for, but can’t find   
    There used to be an extremely obscure console called the Pixter which I used to play quite often as a small kid. There was this one game in particular where there were three sections; you would start in a car, the next in a boat, the last in a plane. I think it was math themed in some way. There was this extremely catchy music that played through the whole thing that I remember in a foggy sense. I don't know what the game was called and I have tried looking it up to absolutely no results. 
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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to Little T in Things you remember, feel nostalgic for, but can’t find   
    When I was little, I had a VHS tape full of Christmas specials my parents had recorded from me. A lot of the usual suspects were on there, The Snowman, Father Christmas, The Bear...and then there was this strange stop motion film, involving a little child who built his own grandma out of bits and pieces. I don't remember there being much dialogue in it beyond the boy saying 'Georgia', which I assume was the name he had given to his creation. I also remember a scene involving iceskating over a frozen garden pond. My best guess is that the film was from some European country, although I never noticed at the time.
    My brother has about the same memories of the film as I do, except he thinks that he film was a litlte bit creepy (I cleraly never thought so, as I watched the tape a lot). About the only thing I can think of doing to recover it is digging out the VHS player and going through old tapes until it shows up, but I have no idea if my search would be fruitful. Online searches come up with nothing, and I keep thinking of bringing it up whenever there's a 'Christmas Specials' thread. It would be nice to find out its source, and finally see it again.
    I have a few other examples (both short stories rather than TV specials), but I'll keep it as this for now.
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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to Sly4Good in [Artwork] Sly's not necessarily Sonic related art, but it's still art.   
    Good lord a lot of the art I've posted here is old; it's amazing what 7 years, 3 of which involve formal art training, can do to spruce up one's art work huh.

    Anyways, here's a few pictures I've worked on as Concept Artist for the Fallout: Kanawha Fallout 4 Mod -- you can just smell the improvement honestly.




    I have a new sonic project in the works, so I can't wait to share some of the concept art for that with y'all! Hope you enjoy ❤️
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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to horridus in The Lara-Su Chronicles and Ken Penders topic - READ PAGE 164, POST 4096   
    It becomes doubly hilarious when you recall that his statement about being the first to give Sonic parents is very, very, very much not true- those manga tie-ins released in Japan gave Sonic parents and a little sister, and the Sega of America Sonic Bible explicitly gave him a living mother and a dead father and SEVERAL sisters. Granted, the odds of him knowing about this are zero to nil, but given his usual response to people pointing out how he's not really the trailblazer he sees himself as, he's gonna keep claiming this even if the evidence overwhelming demonstrates how untrue his claims to be. 
    With Penders and the various family members he makes, one gets the feeling that a lot of the time it's done so that a character can be regarded as significant by deign of being a relative without actually having to actually DO much of anything. Under Penders, Jules and Bernie are significant purely because as parents to Sonic they become significant by default, even as he basically ignored them after introducing them as alive... which in a way worked in their favor given what happens when he DOES focus on parents (or at least fathers. Lookin' at you, Locke, Max). That being said, yeah, he's talking out of his ass with this- he sure as hell did not give a fig about Jules and Bernie after buggering off to Echidna Land, nor did he even attempt to use them in any meaningful way at all, let alone as a means of developing Sonic. 
    Guy's living in la-la-land if he honestly believes this and isn't simply engaging in self-aggrandizement. 
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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to Zaysho in The Lara-Su Chronicles and Ken Penders topic - READ PAGE 164, POST 4096   
    "They just seemed like obvious characters necessary to the growth & development of Sonic."
    This is an odd bit of historical revisionism when they were explicitly not a part of Sonic's growth or development in the comics he wrote. Even as much as I liked Jules and Bernie (I mean, in general I've always been a sucker for the old stuff whether it was good or not), most of the time I never got the impression they mattered any more than the sea of other characters he's made--at least not when he handled them. That's seems true for most of his contributions, as it often feels like he was good at selling you on the idea but then you actually see what he does with it and it's either boring at best or extremely questionable and out of touch at worst.
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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to PaulyBFromDa303 in Sonic remix galore, and more. By me, Pauly B!   
    Proud to announce my newest remix Sonic Mania - Destiny Or Fate (Mirage Saloon) has placed 5th for the week on Newgrounds and is now being featured on the front page! Big thanks to everyone for the continuous support! The love I get from all of you us unlike anything I'd ever seen! 

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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to PaulyBFromDa303 in Sonic remix galore, and more. By me, Pauly B!   
    [100] Sonic Legacy - Our Legacy (Main Theme)
    Track: 100 // OPD: August 3, 2019 by Sonic Legacy // Length: 5:24 // Style: Rock // Speed: 180 BPM // Measures: 237 // Loops: 25
    EkoNeo: Composer, guitars, drums
    Pauly B: Director, synths, bass, lyrics
    Serenity Seven: Vocals, editing
    Icon art: RocketPOW, Katon, Kala
    Sonic The Hedgehog (TM) is property of SEGA Enterprises
    Sonic Legacy (TM) is property of Sonic Paradox
    This is a collaboration effort by the music team of Sonic Legacy! Our objective was to create a main theme inspired by the main themes of Sonic Adventure and Sonic Heroes. It all started when our very talented guitarist, EkoNeo, sent over a guitar riff foundation, and we all just built it off from there. We had to find the right sound when it came to the vocals, so we found Cody James Scarlett of the band Serenity Seven, and he did a wonderful job executing them. The track was then edited by fellow member of Serenity Seven, Jerry Alexander.
    Overall things have gone over very well! and, as a team, we are all very proud of how this turned out! You've probably heard this as the opening theme to the Sonic Legacy official voicedub on YouTube, which you can check out at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4x5nTrSWCbQ. This taught us a lot about cooperation and teamwork, and how a much it pays off. It was a blast making this, and so far its gotten a great reaction. We at Sonic Legacy hope that you all enjoy this just as well. I'm proud to have this available for download! Thank you all for listening! Feel free to check out Sonic Legacy as well at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4NJ6kc_DLlLpXyiqVqZ1Jg, https://twitter.com/sonic_legacy, and read the comics at https://tapas.io/series/Sonic-Legacy
    On a personal standpoint, this here is my 100th upload! I want to thank EVERYONE from all around for all the love and support over the years, helping me get to this prestigious milestone! Here's to many more to come!
    Please, check out some of the other artists who are involved in this! They're full of talent!
    EkoNeo: https://soundcloud.com/user-36589685
    Serenity Seven: https://www.youtube.com/user/SerenitySevenMusic
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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to PaulyBFromDa303 in Sonic remix galore, and more. By me, Pauly B!   
    [101] Sonic Legacy - Motobug March
    Track 101 // Length: 2:02 // Style: Cinematic // Speed: 110-130 BPM // Measures: 63 // Loops: 16
    Sonic the Hedgehog (TM) is property of SEGA Enterprises
    Sonic Legacy (TM) is property of Sonic Paradox
    Composed by: Pauly B & SonicString
    You may have heard this one in the third scene of Sonic Legacy's voicedub for Issue 1. This is the scene where Sonic and Tempest confront the first badniks, and find the capsule filled with captive animals.You can see this video on the Sonic Legacy YouTube channel by clicking this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4x5nTrSWCbQ
    It's a collaborative effort with fellow Sonic Legacy musician, SonicString, who got the track started and did most of the first half of the track. The objective was to stay somewhat orchestral while adding a little intensity for the badnik battle. I myself had the honor of scaring Sonic with the sudden burst near the end of this track, in the part where they first find the capsule. This was definitely an interesting project for sure, with a tempo change, style change, and having to time the music out to what was going on in the comic (a term known as "Mickey-Mousing").
    I feel like it turned out ok, we kinda had to rush production since deadlines were coming too close, so there wasn't a whole lot of time to edit. But the upside is that we had accomplished out objective and the comic dub turned out very well because of it.
    Feel free to support SonicString here: https://soundcloud.com/user-584188436
    Thank you all very much for the listen! I would love to hear honest thoughts! I could use some pointers when it comes to this style of music. Nonetheless, I hope you all like this!
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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to Linkabel in Linkabel's artwork!   
    Thanks dude!
    And here's something for the love birds today. 

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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to Volcan Pacaya in A classic courtesy of reddit: The Sonic the Hedgehog Technical Files   
    "What you see is what you get, just a guy who loves adventure."
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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to Tylinos in The Lara-Su Chronicles and Ken Penders topic - READ PAGE 164, POST 4096   
    It's time for the 2020 edition of Ken Penders Insults a Dead Man:
    Yeah, uh, Ken seems particularly angry about Ben Hurst this time around.  More than he usually is.
    It's been a while since I read that old Ben Hurst interview, but I could've sworn that Ben said Ken screwed the project over in the sense of Ken's actions making Sega decide they didn't want to work with them, not claiming Ken intentionally tanked the project.
    In fact, looking back at it, it seems that's pretty much exactly what happened:
    Ken's own words from earlier about payment even seem to back up what Ben said.  And show a complete misunderstanding of Ben's intent that he still holds to this day.
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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to horridus in The Lara-Su Chronicles and Ken Penders topic - READ PAGE 164, POST 4096   
    Another day, another instance of Penders demonstrating what  a bitter, envious old fool he really is. The earth turns, the sun rises, and Penders... does this crap, with the regularity of the seasons themselves. 
    Something tells me he's on this particular tear right now thanks to the fact that after so much time spent denying it's existence, the Sonic movie is in fact here, and with it comes the utter eclipsing of his own failed attempt to make a Sonic movie real. I should really be a lot more angry right now, but honestly this entire display is as pathetic as it is disgusting. 
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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to Indigo Rush in Dr. Eggman's Good Deeds   
    I think a lot of these inconsistencies in Eggman's portrayal can simply be chalked up to the fact that Sonic Team keeps changing its writing staff and probably has a very bare-bones lore book they follow. The general idea that Eggman is a conniving villain with a softer side or some sense of 'manners' is portrayed well enough in most iterations of the character, save for the Western interpretations where he's by and large a heartless monster (with AoStH being the goofier exception). 
    I don't think Eggman needs a complex backstory to explain his villainous leanings, but it's definitely something that's fun to speculate about. I like to think he's simply a genius where, on a stat slider, most of the allotted points were placed towards scientific, robotic and militaristic sensibilities and there were very few left for social or moral sensibilities. He's definitely selfish, but he's under the impression that he's the best thing for the world and he can convince the rest of the world to follow his leadership, if only he could somehow get them to see the light. Either through negotiations... or through means of robotic mind control. But that's just me.
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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to Dr. Mechano in Dr. Eggman's Good Deeds   
    In Shadow the Hedgehog, Eggman is disgusted at the thought of his hero selling out his colleagues just for scientific achievement.
    "That can't be! He betrayed his own people for research?! For Black Doom?!"

    Eggman is revolted by Gerald's apparent lack of humanity and honor here. He's not like, "Ha ha, that's my grandpa! Willing to achieve scientific progress even if it kills people! What a lovable old rascal!" He's shocked and horrified by the reveal that - even before Maria's death drove him insane - his childhood hero may have been a self-centered, manipulative monster after all. (Of course, once it's revealed that Gerald built the Eclipse Cannon to stop Black Doom, the game immediately cuts to Eggman, who is relieved that yes - Gerald actually was a good guy prior to snapping after all.)
    As much as I honestly hate this game, I feel like it does clarify Eggman's feelings toward his grandfather. Yes, he absolutely looked up to him for his scientific brilliance, but it's clear that he also saw him as a fundamentally upstanding and good person; And when that image of him was shaken, he felt betrayed.
    We see this in Sonic Adventure 2 as well. "As a child, I looked up to my grandfather for all the great things he accomplished in his life. He was my hero, and I wanted to be a great scientist like him. But... Did he really mean to destroy us?"
    Again, Eggman had to wrestle with Gerald not living up to the idealistic vision he always had of him. I think it's clear that Eggman wanted to think of Gerald as a good man, and that it was very difficult for him to confront his grandfather's darker side.
    I don't think it'd really be "daddy issues" here anyway. More having a legitimate grievance with the actual corruption within the government that resulted in members of his own family - including his childhood hero - being unjustly murdered.
    Honestly it's hard to imagine that not factoring into Eggman thinking he can do a better job running the world than the current powers that be, but that's just me.
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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to Wraith in Dr. Eggman's Good Deeds   
    For me there is no missing piece. Eggman admires his grandfather for the fame, glory, and technical prowess of his achievements. He doesn't care for his achievements as a humanitarian and might even be ignorsnt as to why that matters. Hehas no feelings whatsoever about Maria's murder. 
    Eggman wishes to achieve Geralds acclaim but is completely ignorant of why he really got there as he doesn't care for the well being of others. There could be a variety of reasons as far as why this could be or how he got there, but it doesn't really matter how to me. 
    So in general the idea Eggman is an egotistical dick and almost every instance of him being nice in the main canon has the side effect of serving his interests. He cannot rule the planet if there's nothing left to rule. He cannot proceed in Lost World without Sonic and Tails in shape to fight the Deadly Six.
    And I prefer him that way. In other canons where Eggman is portrayed as a softie it clashes with the severity of his actions for me. There's nothing wrong with imaguning him in that way and there can even be a lot of fun in imagining him as just some lonely old man at heart. I'm all good with the premise of this topic and the points made in it, but it's not for me. To me he's best when he's just comical levels of egotistical and self serving. 
    Not every character is a facts sheet that needs a tragic backstory that explains the actions now in a perfect feedback loop. On top of that I'm kinda tired of stuff like daddy issues used to explain away atrocities anyway. Sometimes people are just dicks, and that's fine.
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    Monkey Destruction Switch reacted to Ryannumber1gamer in Dr. Eggman's Good Deeds   
    I am kind of surprised that outside of Celestia's post briefly touching upon it, no one mentioned the ending to Sonic Adventure 2. I suppose it makes sense, because it comes when Eggman has arguably been at his most evil by trying to murder Sonic, and holding the planet itself hostage, as well as holding Amy up at gunpoint.
    Coming off him working with the heroes in order to save the planet itself from Gerald Robotnik's machinations, even despite his actions earlier in the story, the ending provides a pretty nice humanising moment for Eggman. He's looking out towards the planet below as he happily reminisces about how much of an influence Gerald really was on Eggman, Eggman warmly describes all of the accomplishments he achieved, before admitting that Gerald Robotnik was his hero, and he is the only reason why Eggman went down the path of science and inventing.
    Even for SA2's relatively cheesy voice acting (not helped by Tails' goofy lines right after), it's a sobering moment to hear the bombastic egotistical Eggman who usually delights in making as much mischief as he possibly can fondly remember the person he looked up to most. I also like how it shifts from Eggman's warm remembrance, before he sadly questions if Gerald truly, and intentionally wanted to kill them all, that Eggman's hero, the guy who brought so many advancements to the world and made so many achievements was truly hell-bent on utterly obliterating everything that he once tried to build, and destroy the world he once tried to help.
    It really comes off as Eggman having a hard time dealing with Gerald's fall into total insanity. It's very clear that Gerald's intention was to have the Biolizard and/or Shadow destroy the planet to avenge Maria's death, and yet the best Eggman can really get is questioning if it was his true intention or not, maybe trying to keep the hope alive that his hero wasn't a fallen idol at that point. And even at that, when Tails comes out with the cheesy line about them achieving this world save by working together, Eggman doesn't try to get egotistical to claim it was him, or swear he'll win next time, he just calmly agrees with Tails.
    I really kind of wish we could've gotten to see this expanded more. Get an idea of how Eggman went from admiring Gerald Robotnik's achievements and the great things he did for the world, to the evil doctor we know today who has no issue holding innocent people hostage for power, or killing his adversary in a blaze of glory. It feels like there's a missing piece to the puzzle, for lack of a better term.
    Like, you would think G.U.N's killing of Maria, and imprisonment would've set Eggman off down this path, especially since it would explain why Eggman specifically wants power, having had his family personally wronged by the current heads of power. 
    I also really like how in general, Eggman didn't just try to immediately escape. He stood in the ARK with the heroes, sharing his feelings, and doesn't once try to antagonise them. It's just nice to see a moment where Eggman gets to talk with his enemies, and have a moment of peace between the two groups, despite the events that occurred throughout the game.  
    But, for what it is, I think it's an interesting prospective that came off one of Eggman's good deeds (even if the problem was unintentionally created by himself). 
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