The Indigo Wisp is a type of Wisp which first appeared on both the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS versions of Sonic Lost World. They grant the Indigo Asteroid Color Power.


Baby Indigo Wisp SR

An infant Indigo Wisp.

The Indigo Wisps have a sphere-shaped head with one violet eye. They also have three round tentacles stemming from the bottom of their heads, and a small round-tipped antenna on their heads. Most noticeably, they have a violet ring, similar to a planetary ring, around their head.

Infant Indigo Wisps have shorter and rounder tentacles and a larger eye. Their ring also encircles the tip of their antenna instead of their body.

Game appearances

Sonic Lost World

The Indigo Wisps made their debut in both versions of Sonic Lost World. They appear in Windy Hill on the Wii U version, and in Windy Hill, Desert Ruins, Sky Road and Lava Mountain on the Nintendo 3DS.

Sonic Runners

In Sonic Runners, the Indigo Wisps play supporting roles to the main cast. Here, it is revealed some Indigo Wisps chose to stay on earth after the events of Sonic Colors because they liked it there and that they have established their own small colonies on the planet. Over the course of the game, Team Sonic comes across the Indigo Wisps several times, who request the team's help for different situations. This include either stopping Dr. Eggman from capturing them or terrorizing their homes and friends, or aiding with more personal issues. Sometimes though, they will help Team Sonic as well, usually by providing information or handling smaller tasks.

In gameplay, the Indigo Wisps appear as a part of the Indigo Asteroid Equippable Item which the player can use during the stages to transform into the Indigo Asteroid.

Sonic Forces

In Sonic Forces, the Indigo Wisps return as a power-up for the Avatar's Wispon, as they are used for the Asteroid Wispon.

Powers and abilities

The Indigo Wisps are able to levitate in midair at will, which serves as their main method of transportation.

They are able to generate and store their own unique variant of a powerful energy known as Hyper-go-on inside their own bodies, which is their life source. It is unclear to what extent they can use their own Hyper-go-on.

The Indigo Wisps are able to pass on a fraction of their Hyper-go-on to other beings by phasing into their body, which allows them to transform into the Indigo Asteroid which enables gravity manipulation.



Sprites and models


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