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The Eggmobile is an object that appears in the Sonic Boom franchise. It is a one-person, multi-purpose hovercraft used by Dr. Eggman as his personal means of transportation and attack vehicle. The Eggmobile is fitted with a wide array of weapons, and serves as well as both the cockpit for larger machines and an escape pod when Eggman's creations are inevitably defeated by Sonic the Hedgehog and/or his allies. Of all his machines, Dr. Eggman is especially fond of the Eggmobile, referring to it as his "baby".
The Eggmobile is a white and spherical single-person pod. It has no seat or back frame. Its lower hemisphere is black and on each side it has a glowing orange stripe and a backward-facing engine with a vent on the front. The front has three blue LED bulbs inside a circle for headlights and a pair of smaller turrets. The control panel is placed on the front with a pair of handles for steering and several instruments. Additionally, it can be equipped with two one-winged sidecars for carrying additional passengers.
Up front, the Eggmobile has a pink windshield with black tints along the sides. On a few occasions however, it has appeared without it.
Features and abilities
As mentioned above, the Eggmobile is able to hover in the air and can move at incredible speeds with great maneuverability, matching that of Team Sonic's high-speed running and the Tornado. While usually controlled manually, the Eggmobile has an autopilot that lets it move around on its own so it can set itself up for Eggman to use it. It has as well highly modular design, able to utilize a wide array of weapon. This include:
- A missile launcher powerful enough to blow up roads
- Twin laser turrets that, when joined together, can blow up entire houses
- A concussive front beam cannon which can move or shatter large boulders.
Other gadget attachments and features include:
- A storage compartment on the bottom for deploying Badniks
- A P.A. system
- A tether with an "attraction ray" for picking up objects
- A standard claw for snatching targets
- A mechanical hand that acts independently on its own
- Smaller mechanical arms for delicate operations
- A noisy super-vacuum machine
- A vehicle horn
The Eggmobile can also act as a command module for Eggman's larger machines, such as his Eggman Mech, the Wave Machine and the Big Boy. In the chase of the Eggman Mech and the Wave Machine, when it is inevitably destroyed, the Eggmobile then serves as an escape pod, allowing the pilot to eject mostly unharmed from the larger machine. While its side cars are attached, their functions can be operated from the Eggmobile's main pod. Conversely, the side carts can be used to operate the Eggmobile's main pod. In terms of structural integrity though, the Eggmobile is not completely infallible as extensive damage can leave it so frail that one misplaced hit can disable it.
Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric
When Dr. Eggman was having his plans foiled by Team Sonic, he fled using his Eggmobile while leading the heroes to Lyric's Tomb to set them on the path to releasing Lyric the Last Ancient. After Lyric was freed, Eggman faced him in his Eggmobile to make him hand over his technological secrets with Lyric's Destruction Troops. However, Lyric retook control of his robots, forcing Eggman to make an uneasy partnership with him, where he would use his Eggmobile to pursue Team Sonic and try to stop them from getting the Chaos Crystals. After Lyric dissolved their partnership by making Metal Sonic attack Eggman and his Eggmobile, Eggman used his Eggmobile as the control module for his Eggman Mech to dispose of Lyric, but then had to use it as an escape vehicle when Team Sonic disabled the mech. In Team Sonic's final battle with Lyric, Eggman and his Eggmobile-controlled Eggman Mech saved the team from Lyric, though the Eggmobile and the mech reached their limit from the effort and collapsed.
Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice
Seeking to ruin Sonic's reputation as the fastest of all, the Eggmobile was used by Eggman to pick up Sonic for a number of trips to Thunder Island to race his EggBot Racers. Of all of them, only one trip did not go as planned. Eggman later used his vehicle to escape Ragna Rock after his plans were ruined.
On a day of battling Sonic, Eggman tried escaping in his Eggmobile until he sicced Burnbot at Sonic. When Burnbot was defeated, Eggman had his Eggmobile haul Burnbot back home. Later, as Eggman raced against Tails and the Tornado during Sonic's sidekick try-outs with his Eggmobile, he used it to pull in Burnbot who made Tails crash. However, after Sonic helped beat Burnbot, Eggman fled in his Eggmobile. When Obliterator Bot went rampant and trashed his fortress, Eggman used his Eggmobile to follow Team Sonic there after recruiting their help.
When Tails turned evil by an Evil Cookie, he used an Eggmobile for his size to attack Sonic. He abandoned it once he returned to normal. The Eggmobile was later put on sale by Orbot and Cubot to earn money for Eggman's jail bail. However, T.W. Barker scammed himself to the Eggmobile without charge. Later, Eggman used, the Eggmobile to announce the arrival of Cowbot to Team Sonic before returning home.
The Eggmobile was again used by Eggman for an invasion of Seaside Island, but had to flee in it after Knuckles destroyed his most powerful robot, the Mega. Following an encounter with a body-swapping meteor, Sonic, having switched bodies with Eggman, used the Eggmobile to get around as Eggman's body was too hard to run with. In the ensuring period, Eggman would use the Eggmobile to either depart after defeat, battle Sonic, or just survey the battlefield.
While caught in a time loop, the Eggmobile was used by Eggman to steal movies from the rental store for a plan to defeat Team Sonic (which failed). Then, when Eggman discovered a Granifer Giganticus, he used the Eggmobile to bring a swarm of Bee Bots to capturing him, only to retreat when Sonic made the Bee Bots attack him. The Eggmobile was later used by Eggman to fight Sonic, their battle eventually taking them into Buddy Buddy Temple where the Eggmobile was disabled after falling through a floor. As Sonic and Eggman worked to escape the temple using the Eggmobile, it was swallowed by a lava pit trap, though Eggman eventually rebuilt it.
When Nominatus took control of Eggman's systems, the doctor fled from his Bee Bots in the Eggmobile to Team Sonic for protection, and later to return home with his lackeys once Nominatus was destroyed. After being destroyed in a battle with Sonic, Eggman had a new Eggmobile ready the next day to attack Sonic with again. However it too got damaged, though Eggman managed to use it for one last, but fruitless attack. During an attempt to destroy Team Sonic with the Eggmobile, Eggman got bested when they used his tech against him. Eggman thus deserted technology, except his Eggmobile which he had Orbot and Cubot drag around, though he used it normally again to join Team Sonic in stopping the Lightning Bolt Society.
Using the Eggmobile to reach the Village, Eggman had his army of Swifty the Shrew robots tear the Village down. However, Sonic saved the day and sent Eggman flying by tampering with the Eggmobile. After using it to escaped from his defeat at Monkey-Boy's, Eggman used the Eggmobile to deploy his Spider Bombs, only for it to be heavily damaged by his Explode-o-nuts due to Team Sonic. However, Eggman quickly fixed it and used it to visit Sticks' yard sale.
When shooting a mind-enslavement movie, Eggman used the Eggmobile as both a stage prop, transportation around the set, and get-away vehicle after he got Sonic to perform. The Eggmobile was later used by both Eggman, Orbot and Cubot to survey two attacks which were foiled by Team Sonic. It was then used for a sneak attack on Sonic, but the hedgehog used the Eggmobile to his advantage by having its claw weapon herd in sheep and disorient its passengers before Spin Attacking it away. Another time when Eggman was taking his Eggmobile to the Village, Dave the Intern accidentally made it topple a tree with its laser which knocked Eggman out.
On New Year's Eve, Eggman used the Eggmobile to reach the Village Center twice to fight Sonic (where it got damaged on the first trip), both of which failed. It was later used again by Eggman for a trip to the Village's post office to get a package, and to lead an attack on the studio of the Comedy Chimp Show. Eggman later used it for a raid of Tails' Workshop, but only to flee in shame in it after Team Sonic stopped him. During another battle with Team Sonic, Eggman employed the Eggmobile, although Amy would knock it over the horizon with Eggman (after she and Eggman agreed to a Fuzzy Puppies session).
On a mission, Eggman had the Eggmobile empty a toy-and-game factory until Team Sonic stopped him. It was soon after used to haul some stolen gear to a battle with Sonic which Eggman ultimately lost. Eggman also rode the Eggmobile during a test of his new Obliterator Bot which Team Sonic foiled while damaging the Eggmobile, and for a rampage to steal a trophy which Team Sonic stopped too, with Amy sending Eggman and the Eggmobile flying. Then, when Team Eggman (Eggman's league of villains) attacked Team Sonic, Eggman used the Eggmobile to battle the heroes, and to follow Sonic and Shadow's fight when the latter took over when Team Eggman was losing. When Shadow left the fight and Team Eggman was beaten, Team Sonic started juggling with Eggman and his Eggmobile as payback.
After the Eggmobile was sent flying by Team Sonic when Eggman menaced a baker with it, it was used again to spearhead an attack on Tommy Thunder, which Sonic foiled. Another time, Eggman headed to the Village Center in his Eggmobile to show his Mega Microwave Water Vaporizer, only to watch his machine get destroyed from his vehicle. The Eggmobile was later used by Eggman to ambush the Unnamed Village with his Badniks while Sonic was absent. Eggman subsequently left in his Eggmobile when Sonic returned and turned Eggman's attack against him.
Prepped by Cubot, the Eggmobile was taken out by Eggman, Orbot and Cubot for an attempt to attack Sonic. However, the Eggmobile and its passengers were sent flying by Team Sonic after the heroes assembled and saved Sonic. Using the Eggmobile to escape another defeat, Eggman would implement it as the command module for his Wave Machine. While Eggman used his pod-encapsulated Eggmobile to battle Team Sonic in the sea when they confronted him, the vehicle and Eggman got swept away by Eggman's own redirected machine. Eggman later rode around in the Eggmobile while conducting a mind-control scheme, but fled in it with Orbot and Cubot when Team Sonic thwarted his plan. On another occasion, Eggman used his Eggmobile to lead an attack on the Village until it accidently got repelled by Obliterator Bot. It was not long after that, that the Eggmobile was used by Eggman to transport several copies of Tails from his lair to Tails' Workshop.
Having gone home in the Eggmobile alone without Orbot and Cubot after a failed attack, Eggman used his vehicle to travel between his lair and the Village Center a few times, both with and without new employees, as he dealt with his robots' strike action. For a scheme to steal Tails' newest invention, Orbot used the Eggmobile to make an explosion that distracted Tails while he stole the invention. Soon after, Eggman took a trip to the Village Center in the Eggmobile to take credit for the events leading up to the nullification of a law. Eggman later rode the Eggmobile into another battle with Team Sonic, only to retreat in it when he lost.
The Eggmobile was used by Eggman soon after as he set out to trap Team Sonic, only for Eggman to flee in it when his plan went awry. He later used the Eggmobile to flee from a mech suit-wearing Sonic, until Sonic blew the pod to pieces. Eggman would later use his Eggmobile to spearhead two separate attacks on Sonic, and later his entire team, in the Village Center. Both times though, Eggman would leave in defeat with his Eggmobile. The Eggmobile would also be ridden around by Eggman during and after his failed excavation search of Ancient mech suits. Eggman soon after took the Eggmobile out for an attack, but it and Eggman got knocked away by Sonic when Eggman got distracted.
Following the creation of the Big Boy, Eggman used the Eggmobile as the mech's command module to battle Team Sonic twice. Each time through, the mech was defeated and heavily damaged, and when Eggman tried to deploy it again after its repairs, it and the Eggmobile fell apart due to Orbot and Cubot. When Eggman deployed the Big Boy for a fourth time, both the mech and the Eggmobile fell apart after Sticks used the Rock of Justice on them, leaving the doctor and his lackeys with nothing but the floating remains of the Eggmobile to escape on. He eventually repaired the Eggmobile which he used to escape Team Sonic after distracting them with his robots.
Other game appearances
Sonic Dash 2: Sonic Boom
In Sonic Dash 2: Sonic Boom, the Eggmobile is depicted without its windshield, like in Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric. In this game, Eggman always flies in it whenever the player begins on a new run. Later updates to the game sought to that Eggman and his Eggmobile could be fought during certain events as the game's only boss.
- In the opening cutscenes of Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric, the two jets on the sides of the Eggmobile's rear serve as rocket engines, blasting blue flames out as the vehicle zooms forward. However, during the TV series, they are replaced with propellers similar to those inside jet turbines.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Van Liemt, Romain; Derrien, Christophe (21 February 2015). "The Meteor". Sonic Boom. Season 1. Episode 14. Cartoon Network.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 Banker, Mark; Lieblich, Doug (8 November 2014). "The Sidekick". Sonic Boom. Season 1. Episode 1. Cartoon Network.
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- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric
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- ↑ 6.0 6.1 Polsky, Dave (14 February 2015). "Unlucky Knuckles". Sonic Boom. Season 1. Episode 13. Cartoon Network.
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- ↑ 9.0 9.1 Tuber, Douglas; Maile, Tim (11 April 2015). "Sleeping Giant". Sonic Boom. Season 1. Episode 21. Cartoon Network.
- ↑ 10.0 10.1 Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice
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- ↑ Lieblich, Doug (14 July 2015). "Blue With Envy". Sonic Boom. Season 1. Episode 28. Cartoon Network.
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- ↑ Harrison, Reid (22 August 2015). "Tails' Crush". Sonic Boom. Season 1. Episode 40. Cartoon Network.
- ↑ Harrison, Reid (5 September 2015). "Late Night Wars". Sonic Boom. Season 1. Episode 42. Cartoon Network.
- ↑ Van Liemt, Romain; Grenier, Benoit (26 September 2015). "Robot Battle Royale". Sonic Boom. Season 1. Episode 45. Cartoon Network.
- ↑ Harrison, Reid (10 October 2015). "Fuzzy Puppy Buddies". Sonic Boom. Season 1. Episode 47. Cartoon Network.
- ↑ Harisson, Reid (24 October 2015). "Role Models". Sonic Boom. Season 1. Episode 49. Cartoon Network.
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- ↑ Denton, Alan; Hahn, Greg (29 October 2016). "Tommy Thunder: Method Actor". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 53. Cartoon Network.
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- ↑ Grenier, Benoit (3 December 2016). "Alone Again, Unnaturally". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 56. Boomerang.
- ↑ Flynn, Ian (17 November 2016). "Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Worse-er". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 58. Boomerang.
- ↑ Shriver, Pauk (31 December 2016). "In the Midnight Hour". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 60. Boomerang.
- ↑ Beardmore, Marie (14 January 2017). "Strike!". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 62. Boomerang.
- ↑ Raut-Sieuzac, Natalys (28 January 2017). "Knuck Knuck! Who's Here?". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 64. Boomerang.
- ↑ Denton, Alan; Hahn, Greg (11 February 2017). "FiendBot". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 66. Boomerang.
- ↑ Flynn, Ian (18 February 2017). "Og Man Out". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 67. Boomerang.
- ↑ Grenier, Benoit (25 February 2017). "Knine-to-Five Knuckles". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 68. Boomerang.
- ↑ Sonic Boom #1, "Getting a Little Boulder Part One of... Er... One"
- ↑ Sonic Boom #2, "Knuckleduster"
- ↑ Sonic Boom #3, "Hammer Spaced"
- ↑ Sonic Boom #4, "Sticks and Stones"
- ↑ Sonic Boom #5, "Eggtoberfest!"