A two-part season finale for Sonic Boom aired on 11 November.
Join the Resistance!
Sonic Forces has officially released.
Rise of Infinite
The final issue of the Sonic Forces digital comic has been released.
The third issue of the Sonic Forces digital comic was released.
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The Death Egg Robot (デスエッグロボ Desueggurobo?) is a recurring object in the Sonic the Hedgehog series. It is a giant battle robot built by Dr. Eggman in his own image which has been used by the doctor on numerous occasions to battle Sonic the Hedgehog and his allies.
The Death Egg Robot has appeared in two depictions in the series. The first depiction of the Death Egg Robot was a massive powerhouse, but was incredibly slow. Its thick chassis made it nearly impervious to attacks (even bombs could only stun it temporarily) and it had enough physical strength to jump despite its massive frame, smash metal like paper, and slam into the ground with enough force to cause significant tremors.
The second depiction of the robot had all the original model's abilities and more. However, it was significantly faster than the original model and could generate an electrical field around itself that made it invulnerable. It could also fire lasers and energy blasts.Sonic Mania, Power Ring (SatAM), Talisman, Wisp, Great Battle Kukku, Death Egg II, Lyric the Last Ancient, Time Eater, Egg Dragoon, Iron Rotor, Moto Bug
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