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This character exists primarily or exclusively within the Sonic the Comic continuity.
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The Shaman is a character that appears in the Sonic the Comic series published by Fleetway Editions. He was a native North American human from the year 1860 on Earth.

Appearance

The Shaman was a native American man with brown eyes, brown skin, and red and black hair, though said hair is only present on the back of his head. He had a notably large nose and wore a white robe and sandals.

History

For some time, the Shaman appealed to the spirits in hopes of getting an answer as to how to deal with the invading U.S. soldiers, but with no results. Chief Thundercloud, fed up with Shaman's failure, insisted they would fight their enemies. Still, the Shaman would get comfort from Moon River.[1]

When Sonic the Hedgehog and Amy Rose arrived and scared off the U.S. soldiers, the Shaman assumed they were the Spirits. Sonic denied this, causing the two hedgehogs to be taken captive.[1]

When the U.S. soldiers returned, the Shaman once again attempted to have Thundercloud avoid war, but he denied him. Suddenly, unknown entities scared away the U.S. soldiers. Seeing that the hedgehogs were still tied up, the Shaman declared that they really were the Spirits.[1]

Personality

Shaman has great faith in the spirits he believes in, much to the disdain of others like Chief Thundercloud. He also dislikes war, as he believes resolving conflicts with violence only leads to more violence and bloodshed.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Sonic the Comic #166, "Earth Spirits"

External links

  • Shaman at the Sonic the Comic Wiki