Animals, also referred to simply as Friends, are creatures in the  . They are small non-anthropomorphic, yet intelligent animals that come in a variety of different species and are the friends of Sonic the Hedgehog series Sonic the Hedgehog. Residing in their own wildlife communities, they make up a proportion of the indigenous fauna on Sonic's world, and are often the target of Dr. Eggman who uses them to power his Badniks. They are inhabitants of many places around the world, such as South Island, West Side Island, Angel Island, and the Lost Hex.
While later games from
onwards feature a wider variety of small Animals, Animals have made returning appearances in the most recent games.
Concept and creation
Animals are presumably created by
Naoto Ohshima, the character designer of the first game. Sonic the Hedgehog However  Flicky is the exception, who starred in her own eponymous arcade game released in 1984, and was designed by Yoshiki Kawasaki. From the first Sonic game onward, Flicky became reccouring minor character in  the series and Naoto Ohshima redesigned her to fit in with the other animals. In many games, advertisements, and instruction manuals have revealed the names of the rest of the animals to be Ricky (squirrel), Pocky (rabbit), Rocky (walrus), Pecky (penguin), Cucky (chicken) and Picky (pig).
When the first
Sonic the Hedgehog game was localized to western markets, Sega of America renamed almost all of the animals and give them different backstories, which are explained in the documents, and the guidebook Sonic Bible Stay Sonic. The animals were renamed Sally Acorn (squirrel), Johnny Lightfoot (rabbit), Joe Sushi (walrus), Tux (penguin), Chirps (chicken) and Porker Lewis (pig). Certain drafts of the Sonic Bible explained that Sonic's Animal friends all have large families, and that it is the family members who must be rescued throughout the levels of the game. These alterations have become part of  early Sonic canon, and many of the Animals have been influences for certain characters in various Sonic the Hedgehog media, including characters like Sally Acorn, Rotor Walrus, and Bunnie Rabbot from the animated series and Sonic the Hedgehog Archie comic, and also served as the basis for Porker Lewis and Johnny Lightfoot from .
Sonic the Comic
Sonic exempting captured Animals from a capsule in . Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Animals have been minor characters since their debut in
and have made appearances in Sonic the Hedgehog (1991) 16-bit/ 8-bit version of , Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (either being harassed by Sonic the Hedgehog CD Metal Sonic Projectors or running free in the Good Future of each Round), Sonic the Hedgehog 3 , & Knuckles and each episode of Sonic Pocket Adventure, . Each game's storyline features Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Dr. Eggman capturing Animals to use them as energy sources for his Badniks. This is further demonstrated in , where mass production of Badniks involves animals being taken from Sonic Lost World Capsules and inserting them inside of the robots. Usually, each Zone has two types of animal species held captive, either within Badniks or capsules. By destroying the Badniks or opening the Capsules, the animals are set free.
onwards look slightly different. The player can collect them after destroying one of Sonic Adventure E-Series robots created by Dr. Eggman and bring them to the Chao Garden, where they can be used to enhance specific skills for Chao. In , they can be collected again by destroying one of the E-Series robots, but also from Sonic Adventure 2 pipes and cages. In the and Sonic Advance series, the Animals replicate their simple role from earlier games and cannot be collected. In these games, the original set of Animals are only seen briefly alongside newer Animals such as in Sonic Rush . Since Sonic Pinball Party , the original set of animals have appeared more frequently.
Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I
Knuckles and Amy taking care of Animals in . Sonic Lost World
Through the series, Animals have been inhabits of locations like
South Island, West Side Island, Angel Island, the Lost Hex, and many other places on Sonic's world. They are also seen as part of the audience in the games. The Console/ Mario & Sonic PC version of also features Animals in "Rescue the Animals!" Sonic Generations Challenge Acts, and has a statue of them in the hidden Statue Room. In , the animals appear in the background of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Windy Hill and have their own collectible trophy.
and Sonic Jump , the player can earn more points by collecting Animals. In Sonic Runners Wii U version of , the player has to collect a certain amount of animals in order to progress to the fourth Zone of each World. To do so, the player can collect animals from regular Zones or release them from Sonic Lost World balloons in Circus Tents.
List of Animals
Sonic Adventure series
Appearances in other media
Sonic the Comic
Many of the early Animals have made appearances in the British publication,
. The most notable ones are Sonic the Comic Porker Lewis and Johnny Lightfoot, who are valued members of the Freedom Fighters.
Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog
, three animals appear in the episode " Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog Momma Robotnik's Birthday": Pocky, Ricky, and a Mouse.
Sonic the Hedgehog (TV series) / Archie Comics
Knothole Freedom Fighters are based on the original animals from the first Sonic game. The most obvious is Princess Sally Acorn, who shares her name with the corresponding animal friend. Rotor the Walrus is based on Joe Sushi, while Bunnie Rabbot is based on Johnny Lightfoot.
Flickies have made a few appearances in the Archie comics, most notably in the Sonic Blast 48 page special. Powerful, yellow Flickies were also seen helping Hyper Tails in Sonic the Hedgehog #66 (similar to the Flickies that help Super Tails in ), and another Flicky appears as a travel companion for Sonic the Hedgehog 3 & Knuckles Amy in the Sonic Adventure storyline. Other animals (referred to as "mobini") have appeared in the Sonic Lost World tie in, as well as the Genesis story arc.
Porker Lewis, and Joe Sushi are shown on the news in " Defective Detectives" after they are teleported to Earth through Chaos Control. In " Mean Machines", Chirps, Tux and Ricky all appear in a local park. In " Running Out of Time", when Sonic's friends return to their dimension, Pocky, Tux, Ricky and two Flickies are seen being transported back.
comics, many of the original animals make cameos on the cover and in the story of Sonic X issue 11.
The trophy of animals in contains erroneous information. The trophy uses uncommon name Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Fauna of Windy Hill Zone (renamed Animals of Windy Hill Zone in PAL regions), that is never used in any games and the description does not mention animals being inhabited other places around the Sonic's world. The first appearance of the trophy is also incorrectly said to be , while animals have first appeared way before the previously mentioned game.
Sonic Lost World If the player hits a Caterkiller on any part of its body other than its head, an animal friend will not be freed.
In the good ending for Sonic and Tails in , dolphins are seen jumping from the sea. Sonic is also seen riding with similar, cartoon-looking dolphin in artwork of a rectangle cake box that was part of early Japanese SegaSonic merchandise. Sonic the Hedgehog 3 & Knuckles More realistic looking dolphins can also be found in later games such as in  Emerald Coast in , its Sonic Adventure reincarnation in for Sonic Generations Nintendo 3DS and Pirates' Island in .
Sonic Rush Adventure
Similarly, cartoon-looking seagulls are seen flying in good ending of Sonic the Hedgehog 3 & Knuckles, that are later seen again, albeit more realistic, in Emerald Coast in Sonic Adventure and its reincarnation in Sonic Generations for Nintendo 3DS.
In many artwork pictures of , many cartoon-looking animals are seen alongside Animals, such as snails, snakes, crabs and birds.
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Japanese voice actors
Jun'ichi Kanemaru ( | Sonic) Kazuki Hayashi ( | Tails) Nobutoshi Kanna ( | Knuckles) Chikao Ōtsuka ( | Eggman) Taeko Kawata ( | Amy) Shun Yashiro ( | Big) Kaori Asō ( | Tikal) Jōji Nakata ( | Gamma) Tōru Ōkawa ( | Pachacamac) Kaho Kōda (Station Square Train Voice) | Nobutoshi Kanna (Mystic Ruins Train Voice) | Elara Distler (Default Menu Voice) | Tomoko Sasaki (
/ Original Soundtrack / Remix / Vocal Mini Album / 20th Anniversary Passion & Pride
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Stages Windy Hill | Desert Ruins | Tropical Coast | Frozen Factory | Silent Forest | Sky Road | Lava Mountain | Hidden World* | Special Stage** | Nightmare Zone^ | Yoshi's Island Zone^ | The Legend of Zelda Zone^ | Circus*
Badniks Antlion | Antlion Mother* | Anton* | Aquis* | Balkiry | Ball Hog* | Bat Brain | BFA | BFB* | Blaster* | Bomb* | Boo* | Boom Boo* | Burrobot* | Buzz Bomber | Caterkiller | Chopper* | Clucker | Cluckoid* | Coconuts* | Crabmeat* | Crawl | Crawlton | Dragonfly* | Dung Beetle* | E-06 Bladed Spinner** | E-16 Electro Spinner** | Egg Pawn | Galaga Beecar* | Galaga Beegar* | Galaga Beenor* | Galaga Beespe* | Gohla | Grabber | Gustav Turtle | Jaws | Laser Grabber* | Madmole* | Manbou* | Manta* | Moto Bug | Mushmeanie* | Nebula* | Newtron | Octus* | Orbinaut ( Uni Uni, Unidus) | Pata-Bata* | Penguinator | Sandworm | Slicer | Snale Blaster* | Spiker* | Spikes* | Sprinkler* | Tarantula* | Tonber* | Turtloids* | Utsubo*
Baku Baku* | Cactus | Sandworm | Sheep* | Surprise Crocodile* | Yeti*
Zazz | Zomom | Master Zik | Zeena | Zor | Zavok | Deadly Six | Eggrobo
Parkour Cyan Laser | Yellow Drill | Indigo Asteroid | Crimson Eagle* | Magenta Rhythm* | Green Hover* | Black Bomb*^ | Red Burst** | Ivory Lightning** | Gray Quake**
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Wisps White* | Cyan | Yellow | Indigo | Crimson* | Magenta* | Green* | Black*^ | Red** | Ivory** | Gray**
Color Powers Cyan Laser | Yellow Drill | Indigo Asteroid | Crimson Eagle* | Magenta Rhythm* | Green Hover* | Black Bomb*^ | Red Burst** | Ivory Lightning** | Gray Quake**
RC Vehicles Helicopter RC Vehicle | Fighter Jet RC Vehicle | Stealth Jet RC Vehicle | Hovercraft RC Vehicle | UFO RC Vehicle | Balloon RC Vehicle | Omochao RC Vehicle
** Materials Green Material** | Yellow Material** | Blue Material** | White Material** | Iron Material** | Black Material** | Red Material** | Bronze Material** | Silver Material** | Gold Material**
English voice actors
Roger Craig Smith ( | Sonic) Mike Pollock ( | Eggman) Kate Higgins ( | Tails) Travis Willingham ( | Knuckles, Zavok) Cindy Robinson ( | Amy) Kirk Thornton ( | Orbot, Master Zik) Wally Wingert ( | Cubot) Liam O'Brien ( | Zazz) Patrick Seitz ( | Zomom) Stephanie Sheh ( | Zeena) Sam Riegel (
Japanese voice actors
Junichi Kanemaru ( | Sonic) Chikao Ōtsuka ( | Eggman) Ryo Hirohashi ( | Tails) Nobutoshi Kanna ( | Knuckles) Taeko Kawata ( | Amy) Mitsuo Iwata ( | Orbot) Wataru Takagi ( | Cubot) Jōji Nakata ( | Zavok) Yutaka Aoyama ( | Zazz) Yumi Tōma ( | Zeena) Mugihito ( | Master Zik) Chafūrin ( | Zomom) Yūki Tai (
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"*" Exclusively to
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