|This character exists primarily within the Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog continuity.|
Information in this article may not be canonical to the storyline of the games or any other Sonic continuity.
Robotnik Jr. (husband)
Red dress and heels
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Sonic, Tails, Robotnik Jr.
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Breezie Hedgebot Robotnik is a voluptuous robot hedgehog from Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog. Breezie resembles a tall sea-green hedgehog with black hair, brown eyes and red dress. She is flirtatious, seductive, stubborn and a bit spoiled. She was originally a Secret Agent working for Dr. Robotnik.
Breezie is voiced by Venus Terzo.
Breezie was created by Robotnik as a trap for Sonic. She was placed into a peril, leading Sonic to rescue her. Sonic then fell in love with her, leading Tails to become jealous. When the time came for Breezie to eliminate Sonic, she found she could not do so as she had come to care deeply for him. She betrayed Robotnik but, despite her strong feelings for Sonic (and his for her), they decided that their relationship could not work.
Breezie later found work hosting a daytime talk show. She met Sonic again and tried to rekindle their relationship as she still had feelings for him, but Sonic, despite his previous love for her, made it clear he was no longer interested in a relationship. Breezie was soon kidnapped by Scratch and Grounder, who also kidnapped Robotnik Jr., another of Robotnik's creations. The two annoyed each other at first, but they later fell in love.
Breezie and Robotnik Jr. married and made a nice little home together. At Sonic's testimonial dinner, Breezie sat up on stage along with Sonic, Tails and the host, Wes Weasely. Breezie was the first to give her sincere testimonial about Sonic.
In the episode "Blackbot the Pirate", Sonic finds a girl on the beach, whom he refers to as a "Cute little Hedgehog in a polka dot bikini." This Hedgehog woman is almost identical to Breezie, except her fur is gray and her hair is blonde.
- Breezie's design, particularly her dress, closely resembles Jessica Rabbit's from the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit, as well as Madonna's.