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The Blue Force Once resembles a cabin motorcycle. It has a blue frame with a black undercarriage, a yellow streak on the roof, white front lights, a brown seat with a yellow section up front, and a red windshield with wing mirrors on the side. Its instrument board includes a high-tech touchpad and a simple, yet adjustable, handlebar. It also has a single black wheel on the rear and two parallel ones up front. Also, between its front wheels is a yellow license plate with a red version of Sonic's face on it, and on its rear is a rocket exhaust.
Features and abilities
The Blue Force One has quick acceleration and, with its rear rocket added for propulsion, it can reach speeds at about 100 mph. Being designed to let Sonic travel where he cannot run, the Blue Force One can reconfigure itself into different forms, granting it alternate traveling modes to tackle different terrains and environments:
- Flight mode: By adjusting its wheels so they form lift fans, the Blue Force One can achieve flight and hovering. This is useful when Sonic has to cross surfaces that are unsuitable to be standing on, like large bodies of water or lava.
- Snowmobile mode: By protruding spikes on its wheels, the Blue Force One can get a firm grip on ice and in snow. This is useful when Sonic has to travel across snowy mountain ranges and through snowstorms.
When not used, the Blue Force One would be parked outside Sonic's Shack. Sonic eventually took the vehicle for a ride, denying Orbot and Cubot a lift to Eggman's lair along the way. The Blue Force One was later used by Sonic to help pull his friends up a mountain when the weather there proved too rough. He likewise used it to escape said mountain when an avalanche occurred. Sonic soon after brought out the Blue Force One to rescue some Gogobas stuck on a lava river, although he only got to save one before his new ally, Steve Eggman, got the rest to safety. Upon getting vacated from his shack, Sonic rode the Blue Force One to his temporary living arrangement.
The Blue Force One would get stored onboard the Dude-Mobile for Dude-itude's road trip, during which the crew would chase after the Bike Chain Bandit. When a lava river separated the Dude-Mobile from the Bike Chain Bandit while he escaped on a scooter though, Sonic used the Blue Force One and its flight mode to catch up to the bandit and stop him. When Team Sonic later had time to goof off, Sonic used the Blue Force One to drag his friends around on their Hoverboards. The Blue Force One would some time afterward be taken back and forth between Tails' House and Sonic's Shack. After this, it ended up at Tails' Workshop under unspecified circumstances. The vehicle was later taken back to Tails' Workshop while Sonic was visiting Tails. Sonic would some time afterward used the Blue Forces One to search for Dr. Eggman and his inter-dimensional doppelganger in order to prevent the end of the world.
- The Blue Force One's name is a reference to the name for the Air Force One, a United States Air Force aircraft for carrying the President of the United States.
- The Blue Force One was released as a toy for the Sonic Boom toyline.
- Blue Force One's name stems from the fact that it can only carry one person.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Bill Freiberger on Twitter. Twitter (10 November 2016). Retrieved on 10 November 2016. “Alexander Soerensen: Whose cart is that in front of Sonic's Shack? / Bill Freiberger: That's Sonic's new vehicle, Blue Force One. It will allow him to go places where he can't run.”
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Beardmore, Marie (14 January 2017). "Strike!". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 62. Boomerang.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 Raut-Sieuzac, Natalys (4 March 2017). "Blackout". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 69. Boomerang.
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Lachenaud, Marine; Lachenaud, Cedric (22 April 2017). "Eggman's Brother". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 76. Boomerang.
- ↑ Denton, Alan; Hahn, Greg (29 October 2016). "Tommy Thunder: Method Actor". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 53. Cartoon Network.
- ↑ Grenier, Benoit (3 December 2016). "Alone Again, Unnaturally". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 56. Boomerang.
- ↑ Flynn, Ian (17 November 2016). "Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Worse-er". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 58. Boomerang.
- ↑ Shriver, Pauk (31 December 2016). "In the Midnight Hour". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 60. Boomerang.
- ↑ Saisselin, Peter (29 April 2017). "Do Not Disturb". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 77. Boomerang.
- ↑ Denton, Alan; Hahn, Greg (17 June 2017). "Planes, Trains and Dude-Mobiles". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 84. Boomerang.
- ↑ Freiberger, Sam (8 July 2017). "Mister Eggman". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 87. Boomerang.
- ↑ Stanley, Evan (12 August 2017). "Three Men And My Baby!". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 92. Boomerang.
- ↑ Grenier, Benoit (14 October 201). "You and I Bee-come One". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 99. Boomerang.
- ↑ Pontac, Ken; Graff, Warren (4 November 2017). "Return to Beyond the Valley of the Cubots". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 102. Boomerang.
- ↑ Raut-Sieuzac, Natalys (11 November 2017). "Eggman: The Video Game Part 2: The End of the World". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 104. Boomerang.
- ↑ media:Blue force one toy.png