For the Material with the same name in Sonic Lost World, see Silver Material (Sonic Lost World).

Silver Materials are collectible objects that appear in Sonic Rush Adventure. It is a type of Material from Blaze's world which is used for building and/or upgrading vessels.


Silver Material (Sonic Rush Adventure sprite)

Silver Materials are silver-colored ingots that give off a faint white aura. Despite the substance's apparent consistency, it is very versatile in building a number of devices. The Silver Material is particularly special, giving off powerful electromagnetic waves which are useful for constructing hovercrafts.[1]


In gameplay, the Silver Materials are used in conjunction with other Materials to build and/or upgrade vessels for traveling the Sea Chart of Sonic Rush Adventure. The player can earn Silver Materials by clearing the following stages' acts and bosses:

The Rank the player gets from clearing Haunted Ship determines the amount of Silver Material earned. The Hidden Island is an exceptions as it always give two Silver Materials regardless of Rank:

Rank No. of Materials earned
S Rank (Sonic Rush Adventure) 4 Materials
A Rank (Sonic Rush Adventure) 3 Materials
B Rank (Sonic Rush Adventure) 2 Materials
C Rank (Sonic Rush Adventure) 1 Material


Silver Materials are use to construct/upgrade the following vessels (not including other Materials):

  • Aqua Blast:
    • Creation: 5 Silver Materials
    • First upgrade: 3 Silver Materials
    • Second upgrade: 3 Silver Materials
  • Deep Typhoon:
    • Creation: 2 Silver Materials
    • First upgrade: 3 Silver Materials
    • Second upgrade: 3 Silver Materials


  1. Sonic Team, Dimps (September 14, 2007). Sonic Rush Adventure. Nintendo DS. Sega. Level/area: Southern Island. "Miles "Tails" Prower: I got this Material when we were in that undersea cavern. And I got this other Material while on the ghost ship. This one is particularly special! It gives off a very powerful electromagnetic waves, making it especially useful! / Blaze: I see. This Material must be the cause of the electrical current in these waters."

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