This is the Chao Garden. If you bring the eggs you find all over the world, a Chao will be born.
Tikal, . Sonic Adventure
Neutral Garden is the best example of a Chao Garden.
Chao Garden is a place where the A-Life creatures, the Chao, reside. Chao Eggs are deposited in an inaccessible garden that can only be viewed through a menu screen. Once the Chao has hatched, the player can equip it with a fighting character in order to give the bonded character special abilities.
Sonic Adventure and Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut
and its remake, Sonic Adventure , there are three Chao Gardens available: Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut one in the hotel in Station Square, the second inside the cave in Mystic Ruins and the last one on an island near the Egg Carrier.
Sonic Adventure 2 and Sonic Adventure 2: Battle
Sonic Adventure 2, there is a Hero Garden and a Dark Garden, in addition to a Neutral Garden. These are unlocked when the player has at least one Hero Chao and at least one Dark Chao in their possession. The Chao Garden in Sonic Adventure 2 contains a rock formation and a waterfall that leads to the Chao cave.
Sonic Advance, Sonic Advance 2 and Sonic Pinball Party
, Sonic Advance and Sonic Advance 2 , there is a mini version of the Chao Garden named Sonic Pinball Party Tiny Chao Garden. This garden has the same funtion as the normal Chao Garden, but contains a lot of differences. The player can bring Chao back and forth between the Chao Gardens in Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut and Sonic Adventure 2 via the Tiny Chao Garden on the Game Boy Advance.
Sonic Advance 3
The Chao Garden reappears in
, there are seven Chao Gardens (one per zone). The garden only serves to keep track of the Chao count and the Sonic Advance 3 Chaos Emeralds the player collects.
Sonic the Hedgehog (2006)
Crisis City in , there are highway signs of the Chao Garden (although the actual Garden is never seen).
Sonic the Hedgehog (2006)
Sonic Rivals 2
, the Chao Garden is mentioned at the end of Sonic and Tails' stories. After they defeated the Sonic Rivals 2 Ifrit in Chaotic Inferno Zone, Sonic says to Tails that they should go back to the Chao Garden and take a break.
Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood
also features a Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood Chao Garden, although it is inaccessible. In this game, the player can access the Chao Garden to view the Chao Eggs and Chao that have been collected.
Sonic the Hedgehog (2006), in there are Chao Garden highway signs in Sonic Unleashed Skyscraper Scamper during day.
The Chao Gardens use an updated version of the A-Life system originally used in NiGHTS into Dreams' nightopian system.
Highway signs in Crisis City in point to a Chao Garden, although the actual garden is never seen.
Sonic the Hedgehog
Sonic Adventure / Remake / DLC /
Sonic ( Super Sonic) | Tails | Knuckles | Amy | E-102 Gamma | Big | Eggman | Chaos | Froggy | Tikal | Pachacamac | Chao | Metal Sonic* | Cream* | Silver Sonic II* | Chao
Baby Kiki | Rhinotank | Sweeper | Leon | Boa-Boa | Spinner | Ice Ball | Kart Kiki | Buyoon | Cop Speeder | Spiky Spinner | Electro Spinner | Ghora | Egg Keeper | Beat | Mecha Fish | Egg Pirate
Beta ( Mark II) | Gamma | Delta | Epsilon | ZERO | Zeta
Adventure Fields Egg Carrier | Mystic Ruins | Station Square
Chao Gardens Station Square Garden | Mystic Ruins Garden | Egg Carrier Island
Angel Island | Black Market | Chao Stadium | Tails' Lab
Emerald Coast | Windy Valley | Casinopolis | IceCap | Sky Chase | Twinkle Park | Speed Highway | Red Mountain | Sky Deck | Lost World | Hot Shelter | Sand Hill | Twinkle Circuit | Final Egg
Chaos 0 | Chaos 2 | Chaos 4 | Chaos 6 | E-101 Beta | E-101 Mark II | E-102 Gamma | E-103 Delta | E-104 Epsilon | E-105 Zeta | Egg Carrier | Egg Hornet | Egg Viper | Egg Walker | Perfect Chaos | ZERO
Climb | Dig | Flight Mode | Propeller Flight | Glide | Hammer Attack | Hammer Jump | Hover | Homing Attack | Homing Missile Launch | Jump Attack | Laser Gun | Light Speed Attack | Light Speed Dash | Lightning Bolt | Lure Attack | Maximum Heat Knuckles Attack | Punch Attack | Rapid Tails Attack | Spin Hammer Attack | Spin Dash | Spin Jump | Tails Attack
Level Up Items Ancient Light | Crystal Ring | Fighting Gloves | Jet Anklet | Jet Booster | Laser Blaster | Life Belt | Light Speed Shoes | Long Hammer | Lure | Power Rod | Rhythm Badge | Shovel Claw | Warrior Feather
English Voice Actors
Ryan Drummond ( | Sonic) Corey Bringas ( | Tails) Michael McGaharn ( | Knuckles) Deem Bristow ( | Eggman) Jennifer Douillard ( | Amy) Jon St. John ( | Big) Elara Distler ( | Tikal, Station Square Train Voice, Default Menu Voice) Steve Broadie ( | Gamma, Pachacamac, Mystic Ruins Train Voice) Tomoko Sasaki (
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
Believe In Myself | It Doesn't Matter | Lazy Days | My Sweet Passion | Open Your Heart | Unknown from M.E.
Air Bubbles | Auto Running | Bumper | Cannon | Capsule | Chao Eggs | Chaos Emerald | Chao in Space | Chao Machine | Conveyor Belt | Corkscrew Loop | Dash Panel | Dash Ring | Debug Mode | Egg Carrier 2 | Emblem | Emerald Radar | Emerald Shard | Employee ID Card | Flipper | Gallery | Balloon | Hedgehog Hammer | Jump Panel | Item Box ( Bomb, Extra Life, Invincibility, Lightning Shield, Power Sneakers, Shield, Super Ring) | Key Stone ( Gold Statue, Ice Stone, Silver Statue, Wind Stone) | Mission Mode | Monkey Destruction Switch | Mr. Know-It-All | Pinball Shooter | Power cube | Ramp | Ring | Rocket | Sandboard | Shuttle Loop | Sky-Chase Dragon | Slot Machine | Snowboard | Sonic Token | Station Square Police | Switch | Target Dolls | Teleporter | Tornado | Tornado 2 | Twinkle Circuit Hover Car | Wind Path | Zip Line
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