|This location exists primarily or exclusively within the Sonic Boom continuity.|
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Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice
Ragna Rock is the sixth level in Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice (and the last in story mode). It is a mythical island on earth where a rare minral called Ragnium can be found. After discovering Ragnium, Dr. Eggman established a mining operation on the island to harness the mineral for one of his plans. This mine was destroyed during a climatic battle between D-Fekt and Team Sonic.
Ragna Rock is an island of contrasting climates. Overall, it is a barren rock with no organic life and active volcanos with lava veins everywhere. However, the sea and miniature volcanoes at the coast are frozen. The island also hosts mining equipment, carts and mines loaded with Ragnium.
When Ragna Rock was discovered by Dr. Eggman, the doctor began mining it for its resources of the supercharged Ragnium element to power his robots while piping off the messy by-products from the operations to the adjacent islands, creating fissures that damaged the environment with Fire and Ice pollution.
Eventually, Team Sonic found their way to Ragna Rock to stop the fissures at their source. With the heroes having sealed up so many fissures, however, Ragna Rock was on the brink of exploding from the pressure. Discovering Team Sonic, Eggman ordered his robots to destroy them. Wishing only to please his master, Eggman's rejected mining bot D-Fekt complied and used his magnetic powers to build himself up. However, in his eagerness, D-Fekt began tearing Eggman's Ragnium mine apart and crushing Eggman himself against a cave wall, prompting Eggman to plea for Team Sonic's help.
Taking D-Fekt on, Sonic and Sticks defeated the robot, although Eggman's Ragnium mine was destroyed beyond salvation. Feeling obligated to show appreciated toward Team Sonic for saving his life, Eggman reluctantly gave the beaten D-Fekt, whom Eggman apologize to for all his mistreatment, to the heroes as thanks (which Sticks greatly appreciated). Tails then made D-Fekt completely harmless. With all said and done, Eggman left to review his insurance while Team Sonic headed home.
Unlike most of the levels in Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice, Ragna Rock possesses no adventure levels or unique gimmicks. Instead, the level is dedicated solely to the game's classic bonus levels, each with different gameplay mechanics, and the final boss.
Warriors Wasteland is the Bot Racing minigame of Ragna Rock where Sonic or a Bot Racer competes in a circuit race against Eggman-bot on Thunder Island. It becomes available after unlocking Ragna Rock and is immediately entered when arriving for the first time. To clear it, the player must complete three laps before Eggman-bot.
|Win race in 02:40 min||Ragnium|
|Win race with 200 Rings||Ragnium|
Deep Sea Dive
Deep Sea Dive is a bonus level where the player must navigate an undersea section with mines and breakable obstacles in the Sea Fox and find the two Trading Cards within the level in time. It becomes available after clearing Warriors Wasteland.
|Clear level in 01:10 min||Ragnium|
Perilous Chute is a bonus level where the player must race to the end of an obstacle course while dealing with fire and ice elements. It becomes available after clearing Warriors Wasteland.
|Reach goal in 01:55 min||Ragnium|
|Reach goal with 200 Rings||Ragnium|
Wave Rider is a bonus level where the player must clear an iceberg passage filled with destructible ice bergs, indestructible mines and whirlpools in the Hovercraft and collect the Trading Card at the end in time. It becomes available after clearing Warriors Wasteland.
|Reach goal in 01:00 min||Ragnium|
In this level, the player encounters the game's final boss, Double Trouble, a dragon of ice and lava brought to life by D-Fekt. It becomes available after clearing Warriors Wasteland. For this boss battle, the player controls Sonic and Sticks.
In battle, Double Trouble attacks mainly with different meteors and fast bites. After dodging enough attacks, the player must hit its tail when it approaches to damage the boss. Landing a total of six hits will defeat this boss.
|Clear boss in 04:30 min||Ragnium|
|Clear boss with 20 Rings||Ragnium|
- The island's name is a play on the word "Ragnarok", a series of future events in Norse mythology that foretells the destruction of the gods and of all things in a final battle with the evil powers.
- Ragna Rock is the only level in Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice where the player is immediately sent into a level upon first arriving on the World Map.