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D-Fekt, originally named RagnaBot, is the primary antagonist in Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice. Originally a mining mech created by Dr. Eggman, he had a malfunction that granted him powers beyond his intended purpose. Eager to prove himself, D-Fekt sought the defeat of Sonic the Hedgehog, only to wound up with Team Sonic. Seeking a new purpose from there, he became the protector of the Cubot prototypes, whom he now protects by any means necessary.
D-Fekt is the most powerful mech ever created by Dr. Eggman, having been described as "unflinchingly powerful." On his own, D-Fekt could effortlessly defeat Obliterator Bot and fight a MeBot equipped with the same powers as him to a standstill. He can similarly hold his own against the majority of Team Sonic without much effort.Sonic the Hedgehog (promotional comic), Princess Undina, Sonic Forces, Avatar, Death Egg Robot, Sonic Mania
In the twilight hours, Sonic arrives at another town that is being besieged by Badniks that are being deployed from a giant Buzz Bomber. Noticing that whoever is organizing Dr. Eggman's Badniks are stepping up their game, Sonic hurries towards the town. Read more...
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