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The Freedom Fighters, occasionally referred to as the Resistance, is a group that appears in the Sonic Underground television series. It is an organization of rebel fighters opposing the reign of the Robotnik Empire under the leadership of the prophesied, but as yet unformed Council of Four, consisting of Queen Aleena Hedgehog and her children Sonic, Sonia, and Manic.
The Freedom Fighters were formed following Dr. Robotnik's takeover of Mobius to overthrow the doctor and his dictatorship. Rather than working as single group with a main headquarters, various loose Freedom Fighter cells spread across Mobius to defend their local domains, though many of their activities were centered around Robotropolis. One headquarters they did share was the hidden village called Sanctuary, a place that only the Freedom Fighters knew about where they could raise their children, and which Robotnik was constantly trying to find and destroy.
The organization was originally guided from the shadow by Queen Aleena Hedgehog, who stayed in hiding from Dr. Robotnik. Uncle Chuck would also become a prominent Freedom Fighter, who got his adopted nephew Sonic into the resistance and worked together with him to destroy many factories.
The Freedom Fighters received formal leadership when Aleena's triplets Sonic, Sonia, and Manic were reunited following their separation at infancy and formed the underground resistance movement "Sonic Undergrond." With all of them joining the Freedom Fighters, the trio would become the organization's most prominent agents, traveling Mobius to aid the local Freedom Fighter cells while searching for Queen Aleena so they could form the Council of Four and topple the Robotnik Empire, as prophesied by the Oracle of Delphius.
- Queen Aleena Hedgehog (hidden leader)
- Sonic Underground (official leaders)
- Argus (formerly; roboticized)
- ART (formerly; deceased)
- Chuck (formerly; roboticized)
- Captain Squeegee
- Azcan Tribe
- Valley Folk
- Mountain Folk
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