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- For the character in the Sonic the Hedgehog series, see Cheese. For the character in Sonic X, see Cheese (Sonic X).
He and many other Chao formerly resided outside of Cream's home in the Southern Baronies due to its wooded lake and magical energies. These energies attracted the attention of Snively Robotnik and he came in a giant mech to claim the Chao Garden as his own so he could dig it up. Cheese was the only Chao that kept calm and composed while all the other Chao began panicking, so he helped Cream guide them. Snively was then brought to a stop when Amy Rose appeared in a Warp Ring and began a counter-attack, but the rabbits' home and the Chao Garden were destroyed in the process anyways. Cheese later offered Cream some comfort by being at her side, but when Amy suggested that NICOLE could make a new Chao Garden in New Mobotropolis, Cream and her mother then stayed with Amy and Cheese and the other Chao came along. (StH: #217)
- It is possible Cheese was at Knothole's Lake of Rings before its destruction, but this has not been confirmed.
- Cheese's name was never disclosed in the comics prior to Archie Sonic Universe Issue 21, but canon policy states Cheese's game name can be used.
- Cream and her friendship with Cheese are a pun on "cream cheese."
- Before debuting in Sonic the Hedgehog #217, Cheese, Cream, and Vanilla co-starred in the Sonic X spin-off comic, based on the anime of the same name.
- Vanilla, Cream and Cheese are all names that involve some sort of dairy product.
- The only thing that distincts Cheese from other Chao is the small red bowtie worn on his neck.