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Carrotia the Rabbit is a character that appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series and its spin-offs published by Archie Comics. She is an anthropomorphic rabbit and a member of Wendy Naugus' Witchcarters.
Concept and creation
Carrotia is a white anthropomorphic rabbit with a peach colored muzzle and green eyes. She wears two large red ribbons on each ear, and wears a teal outfit with red highlights along with matching teal gloves. Her gloves have red cuffs and a gold button.
Before Tails stepped out of Sonic's shadow, Carrotia and the rest of the Witchcarters once aided Wendy Naugus in her conquest of an island. However, Carrotia and the Witchcarters were defeated one by one by Tails who had come to their island, before the fox defeated Wendy as well.
Carrotia and the Witchcarters joined Wendy and Walter Naugus in an invasion of Eggmanland shortly after it became operational. Their actions did not go unnoticed, as Dr. Eggman soon arrived to investigate, only for him and Metal Sonic to get backed into a corner by the Witchcarters, who used the Dark Gaia Energy they had stolen from the refinery to gain new abilities. Forced to retreat, Eggman called upon his Egg Bosses to reclaim the facility from the Naugus Twins and their minions. Carrotia was later seen with Falke Wulf and Bearenger on a ferris wheel, seemingly to be the only one enjoying it.
Carrotia is always lost in her own little world, forever in a constant daze. Despite her spacy, giggly, and flirty nature however, she is incredibly dangerous, like her partner Falke Wulf. Carrotia also has the habit of speaking in rhyme.
Powers and abilities
- Carrotia is based on the character of the same name from the video game Tails' Skypatrol.
- Carrotia's name is derived from "carrot", a vegetable that rabbits are famously known to eat.
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