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|House of Acorn|
A member of the House of Acorn being crowned
|Group Overview and Statistics|
Unknown (prior to the Great War)
The House of Acorn is a fictional royal family of anthropomorphic squirrels from the Sonic the Hedgehog comic book series and its spin-offs. They traditionally rule the Kingdom of Acorn from the capital city, Mobotropolis. Before the beginning of both series, they were usurped by the evil genius Doctor Robotnik.
In the Archie series, the royal family and its history has been greatly expanded on from the version seen in the SatAM cartoon. The Kingdom has been restored. Although Mobotropolis has been lost, Knothole has developed into a bustling city and has even become the new capital for the royal family. The new-named Kingdom of Knothole is no longer hidden from Dr. Robotnik, now in a state of open war against his Eggman Empire.
Possible Future Members
- King Sonic the Hedgehog (through marriage)
- Princess Sonia Acorn
- Prince Manik Acorn
- King Shadow the Hedgehog (formerly through marriage; marriage annulled)
Kingdom of Acorn
As the royal family, the Acorns hold sway over the Kingdom of Acorn, which includes the former Mobotropolis (now a radioactive wasteland) and Knothole, as well as Great Forest. It is unknown how much territory the family controls, but it is considerable. The Kingdom is currently engaged in open war with the Eggman Empire, as opposed to the guerilla warfare previously utilized by the Freedom Fighters.
Following an attempt by Patch to seize the throne which left Maximilian Acorn unable to continue his duties as sovereign, Elias Acorn was forced to step forth and claim his birthright, and now serves as the Kingdom's head of state. The Kingdom suffered heavy damage from an attack by Eggman's Egg Fleet, with the entire royal family being among all but a few of Knothole's inhabitants taken prisoner by the invading forces. Thankfully, the quick actions of the survivors resulted in a successful rescue mission that liberated the Acorns and all the prisoners being held by Eggman, and their relocation to a new city; a picture-perfect recreation of Mobotropolis before Robotnik first came to power created by Nicole christened New Mobotropolis.
Council of Acorn
Not long after the relocation to New Mobotropolis, the Kingdom was faced with internal problems: Amadeus Prower staged a rebellion intent on removing the Acorns from power due to their past failures, a conflict that split the inhabitants of the city down the middle and pitted Acorn-loyal Sonic against Tails, his best friend and Amadeus' son. With neither King Elias nor Amadeus willing to budge on their stance regarding the kingdom, the two engaged each other in a fierce duel. Their battle ended abruptly, however, when Nicole intervened, bringing Sally in to mediate.
After a stern lecture from the princess, the two men agreed to compromise rather than demand one extreme over another, resulting in the creation of the Acorn Council: six elected citizens, with the king presiding as a seventh. While this reform was praised by the people, it was silently criticized by the former king, Max, who had initially demanded severe punishment for Amadeus and all co-conspirators after the original riot. Despite this, the elections were organized, with Rosemary Prower-Amadeus' wife and Tails' mother-putting her name up for nomination, obviously eager to bring about the reforms she feels are necessary. She won the post, together with three of the Substitute Freedom Fighters, Uncle Chuck, and Rotor the Walrus, only to have to deal with the threat of a reborn Enerjak.
Once Dimitri-once Enerjak himself-reported all that he could about the situation, the Council made a number of decisions. First, they determined that neither the Freedom Fighters nor the Chaotix would be sent against Enerjak or to Angel Island until more could be learned about the danger of the situation. The Chaotix, objecting to this decision and to the fact that the Council refused to hear their say, tried to force their way through by fighting through guards at the King Frederick Airfield. Sonic appeared to stop them, and Sally managed to convince them to remain in New Mobotropolis by offering them a compromise from the Council: if they stayed, Sonic and Tails would be sent to find the missing Knuckles.
- House of Acorn at Mobius Encyclopedia, the Archie Sonic wiki
|Archie/SatAM||Sonic | Doctor Robotnik | Doctor Eggman | Snively | Scourge | Princess Sally | Bunnie | Rotor | Antoine | Miles "Tails" Prower | Amy Rose | Freedom Fighters | Wolf Pack | King Acorn | Ixis Naugus | Knuckles | Julie-Su | Dimitri | Lien-Da | Dr. Finitevus | Dark Legion | The Brotherhood | Mammoth Mogul | Elias Acorn | House of Acorn | Secret Service | Mina | Fiona | Anti-Freedom Fighters | Destructix | A.D.A.M. | Other characters|
|Sonic the Comic||Freedom Fighters | Shortfuse the Cybernik | Captain Plunder | Commander Brutus | Drakon Empire | Emperor Metallix | STC characters|
|Underground||Sonia | Manic | Queen Aleena Hedgehog | Other characters|
|AoStH||Scratch | Grounder | Coconuts | AoStH characters|
|Sonic the Hedgehog (TV series)|
|Characters||Sonic | Sally | Tails | Rotor | Antoine | Bunnie | Nicole | Dr. Robotnik | Snively | Cluck | Uncle Chuck | Muttski | Dulcy | King | Lupe | Naugus | Sabina | Rosie | Griff | Ari | Dirk | Pollo and Dirk | Assault Bots (SWATbot, Trackbot, Worker Bot) | Baby T | Buzz Bomber | Cat | Dove | Gargoyles | Gopher Highwayman | Keeper of the Time Stones | Lazaar | Lazaar's Guardian | Nasty Hyenas | Rexon | Robecca | Sallybot|
|Episodes||Season One||Sonic Boom | Sonic and Sally | Ultra Sonic | Sonic and the Secret Scrolls | Super Sonic | Sonic Racer | Hooked on Sonics | Harmonic Sonic | Sonic's Nightmare | Warp Sonic | Sub-Sonic | Sonic Past Cool | Heads or Tails|
|Season Two||Sonic Conversion | Game Guy | No Brainer | Blast to the Past, Part 1 | Blast to the Past, Part 2 | Fed Up with Antoine/Ghost Busted | Dulcy | The Void | The Odd Couple/Ro-Becca | Cry of the Wolf | Drood Henge | Spyhog | The Doomsday Project|
|Transcripts||Season One||Sonic Boom | Sonic and Sally | Ultra Sonic | Sonic and the Secret Scrolls | Super Sonic | Sonic Racer | Hooked on Sonics | Harmonic Sonic | Sonic's Nightmare | Warp Sonic | Sub-Sonic | Sonic Past Cool | Heads or Tails|
Sonic Conversion | Game Guy | No Brainer | Blast to the Past, Part 1 | Past to the Past, Part 2 | Fed Up With Antoine/Ghost Busted | Dulcy | The Void | The Odd Couple/Ro-Becca | Cry of the Wolf | Drood Henge | Spyhog | The Doomsday Project
|Locations||Mobotropolis | Knothole Village | Kingdom of Acorn | Void | Great Forest | Drood Henge | Lower Mobius | Ironlock Prison | Great Canyon | Dark Swamp | Rotor's House|
|Objects||Deep Power Stone | Destroyer | Doomsday Pod | Floating Camera | Hover Unit | Hoverbot | Hovercraft | Lazaar's Computer | Power Ring | Power Rock | Roboticizer | Stealthbot | Time Stone|
|Staff||Charlie Adler | Pat Allee | April Winchell | Jorge Arvizu | Tony Assael | Mark Ballou | Shari Belafonte | Michael Bell | Bradley Pierce | Cam Brainard | Christopher Collet | Cree Summer | Jim Cummings | Tim Curry | Dan Castellaneta | Frank Welker | Dana Hill | Ben Hurst | Len Janson | Kōichi Hashimoto | Masashi Ebara | Megumi Hayashibara | Mika Doi | Mitsuo Iwata | Tahj Mowry | Rob Paulsen | Rikako Aikawa | Charlie Schlatter | Kath Soucie | Pietro Ubaldi | Toshiya Ueda | Jaleel White | William Windom | Yuka Shioyama|
|DVDs||Doomsday Project | Sonic Forever | Sonic Goes Green | Sonic Mega Mix | Super Sonic | The Fight for Freedom|
|Other||Burning Way Past Cool | Doomsday Project | Fastest Thing Alive | House of Acorn | Mandaras | Mega-muck | Roboticization | Shredder | Sonic the Hedgehog (Watermill Press book) | Sonic the Hedgehog 2: The Secret Admirer | Sonic the Hedgehog 3: Up Against the Wall | Sonic the Hedgehog: Sonic's Shoes Blues | Terapod | Wolf Pack|