|Shadow the Hedgehog||vs||Cluck|
Battle 1 may be the most one-sided battle in the tournament so far. On the one hand, we have Shadow the Hedgehog, created by the scientific genius, Gerald Robotnik, to be the Ultimate Lifeform. On the other hand, we have Cluck, created by the scientific genius, Ivo Robotnik, to be... his pet chicken. Still, it would be only too easy for the arrogant Shadow to underestimate his opponent, and Cluck has a mean streak a mile wide. Will Cluck take us all by surprise, or will he be cast into a Chaos Rift?
Winner: Shadow the Hedgehog
In an incredibly shocking victory, the ultimate underdog, Shadow, was able to triumph over his mighty opponent, Cluck. Somehow Shadow's Chaos Spear canceled out Cluck's powerful scratching and biting attacks. Then Shadow's Chaos Blast was barely enough to bring down the chicken titan.
Beat is a rude dude and wanna-be gang leader, who is a whizz on his skates and a dab hand with the spraypaint. Debuting in the game Jet Set Radio, he's one of the Sega Superstars, and he's appeared alongside Sonic in games like Sega Superstars Tennis and Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing.
Chuck Thorndyke may not be as nimble or fast as Beat, but he's a scientific genius of the highest calibre. Appearing in the series Sonic X, Chuck is the grandfather of Chris Thorndyke and a close friend of Tails, and he's helped create numerous devices and vehicles that have helped Sonic and his friends in their battles against Doctor Eggman.
Chuck attempted to use the X Tornado to gun down Beat from above. However, the wanna-be gang leader had tagged the ship's windshield, causing the scientific genius to crash the ship into his own garage door. Chuck can be visited in the Station Square Hospital, while Beat progresses to round 2.
|Espio the Chameleon||vs||Oracle of Delphius|
Battle 3 sees Espio the Chameleon, trained ninja member of the detective agency Chaotix, up against the powerful magic-weilding Oracle of Delphius. Espio is deadly serious about his work, and deadlier still with his trademark throwing stars. As a chameleon he is a master of stealth, which he'll undoubtedly try to use to get the best of his opponent!
But the Oracle of Delphius is a force to be reckoned with. He's a steadfast ally of the resistance of Sonic Underground. With his incredible magic powers, he's just as stealthy as the trained ninja: he can appear and disappear at will, see the future, and he once even infiltrated Robotnik's bedroom in the middle of the night without being detected!
Winner: Espio the Chameleon
The Oracle of Delphius foresaw his own defeat and decided to forfeit. Victory goes to Espio.
Battle 4 is a clash of two implacable balls of fury. The Dark Chao is a twisted abomination of a Chao, raised in an environment of evil. Like all Chao, it can be trained in many sports and fighting arts, and when it reaches the end of its life it can be reincarnated in a Chao egg!
But Bomb is no less ferocious. A robot who turned against his creator Doctor Eggman, and an ally of the robot Heavy, Bomb has the curious ability to explode himself - causing massive damage to everyone and everything around him - only to reform completely unharmed moments afterwards!
Winner: Dark Chao
Bomb tried exploding on Dark Chao... he missed. Dark Chao moves on the round 2.
Feel free to comment about any of the matches below this line.
IMO:b1-Shadow owns almost everything so no contest
b2-Chuck would win hands down old ppl are awesome
b3-Espio would slice OoD to pieces
b4-Ok rly bomb is a regeneritave exploding robot. Dchao wouldnt have a chance -----TannerTheEchidna 23:38, September 1, 2010 (UTC) Echidna Pride! TtE
RoxasXion says: That worthless badnik has no chance against the power of Shadow the Hedgehog, The Ultimate Life Form.
Battle 1: what chance does a mere Badnik have against The Ultimate Life Form.
Battle 2: surely Chuck Thorndyke has enough technical expertise to construct something capable of countering a rollerblader armed with spray-paint.
Battle 3: I vote Espio, the Oracle of Delphius is a mystic, not a fighter.
Battle 4: If it was raised with emphasis on an appropriate set of skills it's possible that Dark Chao would be able to avoid Bomb’s attacks altogether.
Here are my opinions:
For battle 1: Shadow is so going to win, its unfair.
For battle 2: Vote Beat!
For battle 3: Espio
For battle 4: Again, why is everyone voting for the chao? If Dark Chao even touches bomb it will explode!
Battle 1: Shadow. Need I say more?
Battle 2: I voted for Beat because I hate Chuck as a character. I just find him really annoying, plus he has a really stupid grin in that picture that I just want to punch.
Battle 3: Espio has to win, his opponent is an Underground character. And everything about Underground sucks. (I'm not prejudice at all... *rolls eyes*)Devo DrakeFox 07:11, August 30, 2010 (UTC)
Battle 4: BOOM!Devo DrakeFox 07:12, August 30, 2010 (UTC)
Battle 1: A chicken who only gained action by annoying people, and a hedgehog who can warp space and is seemingly immortal...sorry, but Shadow will have to fricassee that bird.
Battle 2: Chuck...reminds me of Doc from Back to the Future, of course he should win.
Battle 3: Espio, definitely. Speedier than a fat lizard.
Battle 4: Dark Chao. Surely he must have some awesome skills up his...sleeves, so to speak. Wait, does he even have sleeves? Ah well, at least you can FEEL the twisted look in his eyes, unlike Bomb. Plus, Bomb was from a dumb game. On a 32X. Bob Jindra 07:43, August 30, 2010 (UTC)
Shadow, Espio, Beat, Bomb. ~Juely
Shadow, Chuck, Espio, Dark Chao -- Murphyshane I voted Blaze, so you vote Shadow Don't click here 10:44, August 30, 2010 (UTC)
Shadow, Beat, Espio, Bomb 55 Skcor Ezalb 11:08, August 30, 2010 (UTC)
Honestly, Shadow vs. Cluck? The results are obvious -- Murphyshane I voted Blaze, so you vote Shadow Don't click here 11:19, August 30, 2010 (UTC)
OK don't be alarmed but I think somebody vandalized the tournament bracket the last battles that took place all say 399 and 82 somebody please fix it without wrecking the whole thing thank you. 55 Skcor Ezalb 11:27, August 30, 2010 (UTC)
I see -- Murphyshane I voted Blaze, so you vote Shadow Don't click here 11:30, August 30, 2010 (UTC)
Smash Bros Audience: CLUCK CLUCK CLUCK CLUCK!!!!!!!
Battle one: It's a robot chicken versus Shadow. Must I?
Battle Two:Got no idea who Beat here is. And admittedly, Chuck is pretty smart.
Battle Three: Hard choice. Finally, however, I think Espio would win.
Battle Four: Bomb. THe reason he'll win is inhis NAME. BOMB!
1. Shadow (Duh)
2. Chuck, actually. (He's got smarts)
I still say Dark Chao is better than Bomb -- Murphyshane I voted Blaze, so you vote Shadow Don't click here 13:50, August 30, 2010 (UTC)
Battle 1: Begrudgingly, Shadow.
Battle 2: Beat's awesome, Chuck is lame.
Battle 3: Espio.
Battle 4: Dark Chao, I guess.
The Oracle of Delphius would whip Espio, but I don't see this as "who would win?" contest, I see this as a popularity contest, so I voted for Espio. Cluck got a pity vote. Chuck got a vote from me because he's a sonic character. And my last vote was for Bomb, because he never died and broke my heart. Myself 123 16:36, August 30, 2010 (UTC)
A Chao died and broke your heart...mmmhmmm -- Murphyshane I voted Blaze, so you vote Shadow Don't click here 16:52, August 30, 2010 (UTC)
B1:Shadow going to win. Everyone love shadow
B2:Beat always beat nerds
B4:EVERYONE OBEY ME,VOTE FOR DARK CHAO
Espio is beating Delphius worse than Shadow is beating Cluck, take that Shadow fans! heh... heh. Why does everyone vote for those stinky Chao?! This will be the third chao to make it to round 2. At this rate, two weeks from now, Sonic is gonna lose to Cheese. Sonictoast 01:36, August 31, 2010 (UTC)
Man wouldn't that be a sight to see55 Skcor Ezalb 11:35, August 31, 2010 (UTC)
Battle 1: Shadow the Hedgehog
Battle 2: Beat
Battle 3: Espio the Chameleon
Battle 4: Bomb
--188.8.131.52 04:44, August 31, 2010 (UTC)
This is a message to all of the sonic fans who how been voting for all of the chao: Why are you voting for the dumb chao when they shouldn't be able to win!? And we all know that our beloved sonic is going to fight a chao. Seriously, who are going to vote for?
Chuck has put up a pretty good fight against Beat, not bad for an old man. Sonictoast 17:35, September 2, 2010 (UTC)
Whoo! I thought that I might never be able to get online to see this week's battles. I always thought that when it got to the Shadow Vs. Cluck battle, everyone might pull an upset by voting for Cluck. Ha ha ha! I laugh at the thought of a Shadow fanboy's face if that happened! Except for the last battle, everything is how I thought it might be. But seriously? A plain old Dark Chao beating a bomb that can regenerate after blowing himself up? This is proving to be a popularity contest now. And I still dont get how so many people are even voting for Thorndyke, probly 'cause barely anyone knows about Jet Set Radio. I mean, Jet Set Radio is the game that started the cel-shaded graphics craze, and its got one of the best game soundtracks of all time, really one of the most unfairly ignored and underrated games ever.
Haha. Shadow against a robot chicken, pfft...Acually, the Espio vs. OoD battle is even MORE one sided...
Stillriver September 4th, 2010 (UTC)
I agree, Jet Set Radio was truly a unique, significant and wonderful game. However the sequel was unforgivably terrible (much like Sonic '06 and Toejam & Earl 3... hmmm all XBOX titles, something to think about), So I voted for Chuck. Sonictoast 05:18, September 4, 2010 (UTC)
Battles 1-4: We're even bothering contesting this bracket - surely Shadow was almost certain to go through from this draw, with an outside chance of Espio surviving.
Very interesting! If you pay attention, you'll notice that we have around 500 users on this Wiki. And notably, about 30% of 'em used their IP Address to cheat XP -- Shelly the Hedgehog I'm not a monkey!
- I think you're assuming that everyone voting here is a user (i.e. editor) of the wiki, and I know for a fact that isn't the case. -- Supermorff 17:21, September 5, 2010 (UTC)
Yeah there is a YouTube video most people probably didn't know this site existed 55 Skcor Ezalb 18:50, September 5, 2010 (UTC)