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A stripped-down version of his uncle's own Egg Beater, it bore a green and white paint scheme to imitate Snively's uniform as well as a long protruding cockpit modeled after his rather prominent nose.
Per Eggman's orders, Snively attacked Freedom HQ and presented himself as a distraction to the Knothole Freedom Fighters and Chaotix by teleporting them to the Egg Grapes in New Megaopolis while making it appear like he actually killed them. Snively would have succeeded in capturing all but Sonic the Hedgehog as instructed, if he had not made the one fatal mistake of teleporting Ray the Squirrel prior to Mighty the Armadillo. Enraged at believing his timid friend was dead, Mighty lost all self-control and poured every bit of his fury into his already incredible strength. He proceeded to attack Snively's Beater by ripping off one of its arms and used it as a club to pulverize Snively, practically destroying the mech all by himself. Before the finishing blow could be delivered though, Snively managed to beam Mighty away to a reinforced Egg Grape and then activated a self-destruct program in his mech. The machine exploded and leveled what remained of Freedom HQ, almost killing Sonic, Knuckles, Tails, and Amy, while Snively flew away in his cockpit-turned-escape shuttle and gave a hint of what was really happening in Knothole. Snively would continue to monitor the assault from his shuttle and provide tactical information to Dr. Eggman in his Egg Beater until the end of the invasion. (StH: #175)
- Had Sega not intervened with the initial plans for Sonic the Hedgehog #175, E-123 Omega would have taken over Snively's role of destroying Freedom HQ.