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Anarchy Beryl are the Anti-Mobius equivalent of the Chaos Emeralds in Mobius Prime. An Anarchy Beryl was embedded in Scourge's throne, which he used to transform into Super Scourge in order to combat the combined threat of Sonic the Hedgehog, Amy Rose, Shadow the Hedgehog, Silver the Hedgehog, Rob O' the Hedge, Metal Sonic and Rosy the Rascal.
Like their Mobius Prime counterparts, Anarchy Beryl provides a transformation into complete invulnerability, but it seems to be longer lasting. However, the downside is that it drains the power of the individual once their Super transformation runs out, leaving them completely defenceless. This was the case with Super Scourge, who was drained of his power once he voluntarily de-transformed and Sonic proceeded to capture him with ease. Furthermore this drain seemed to last for some time, although it's possible Scourge was exaggerating.
Also as an opposite to the Chaos Emeralds, of which there are only seven in supply, Moebius is said to be loaded with tons of Anarchy Beryl, potentially giving Scourge access to greater power than Sonic could have. However, this is due to the fact that the gems of Moebius were never combined into seven, as Feist did with the Emeralds of Mobius Prime.
The 'downer' after effect of Anarchy Beryl after its 'boost' is not unlike the effects of powerful real-life illegal stimulants; a massive burn-out that leaves the user helpless. This is one likely reason Moebians do not use it often, despite how plentiful it is. It has been said that if use of a Chaos Emerald is comparable to a good Caffine buzz, then Anarchy Beryl could be compared to some kind of 'Super-Cocaine', since it gives a brief high and then a massive drain.
- Emeralds are technically green beryl, which explains why the gems in Anti-Mobius were named Anarchy Beryl.
- The name Anarchy Beryl is a misnomer. The term anarchy doesn't refer to a lack of rules or order (i.e. chaos) but a lack of rulers.