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The De-Roboticizer[1] is an object that appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog television series. It is a counterpart device to a Roboticizer in development by the Knothole Freedom Fighters. Its function is to reverse the process of Roboticization and converting beings back into their original organic forms.

Description

Appearance

The De-Roboticizer is a cylinder shaped device that encases the user within a transparent glass case.

Features and abilities

As per its name, the De-Roboticizer can reverse the effects of the Roboticizer. As of yet, however, its effects are only temporary, meaning its recipients will return to robot form after some time.[1]

History

The De-Roboticizer was built by the Freedom Fighters through long, hard work, with them often studying and stealing Dr. Robotnik's technologies in order to do so.[1]

Eventually managing to get it working, the De-Roboticizer was first used on Bunnie Rabbot, whereupon she regained her organic limbs. Seeing that it was a success, Sonic went and got Uncle Chuck into the De-Roboticizer and reverted him back to normal too. However, the De-Roboticizer's effects soon proved to be temporary, causing Bunnie and Chuck to revert back to their robotic forms after a while.[2]

See also

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Hurst Hurst, Ben (10 September 1994). "Game Guy". Sonic the Hedgehog. Season 2. Episode 15. ABC.
  2. Hurst Hurst, Ben (17 September 1994). "Sonic Conversion". Sonic the Hedgehog. Season 2. Episode 14. ABC.