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Super Emeralds

Why don't the Super Emeralds have their own article like the Sol Emeralds?--Shadow34 01:20, January 21, 2010 (UTC)

Good question. Start one, if you like. Make sure you leave a link to it from this page, but the rest of the relevant information you can move out. (By the way, are you aware that if you type four tildes (~~~~) on a talk page then wiki software will automatically sign and date your posts?) -- Supermorff 11:18, January 21, 2010 (UTC)

current form

why isn't there a picture of wat the emeralds look like now----Supersonicman 18:31, January 24, 2010 (UTC)

Because nobody's added one, I guess. If you've got a good one, please feel free to upload it! -- Supermorff 19:16, January 24, 2010 (UTC)

Sonic X

So I was watching an episode of Sonic X a few moments ago, one from the "Chaos" arc. It showed Tikal in the past, at the Shrine of the Master Emerald. The Chaos Emeralds were there, but they were quite different. They were larger, shaped like an eight-sided die, and there wasn't a white Emerald. Instead, there was a pink one. Think this should be mentioned in the article? Ozu Miyuki 22:31, April 12, 2010 (UTC)

If that's true, and it's not already mentioned anywhere, then it should definitely be added. -- Supermorff 18:30, April 13, 2010 (UTC)

Can't find it anywhere on here. I'll hunt for the exact episode, and try and find a picture. I'll then update the article accordingly. Ozu Miyuki 19:20, April 13, 2010 (UTC)

The original 6

I don't think those were Chaos Emeralds.

Michael the Fox: I'm all for Rainbow Dash and Sonic! :) 02:16, February 18, 2012 (UTC)


How do the Chaos Emeralds always end up in different places? It's something that's always bugged me.

{{SUBST:User:Sylux X/Sig1}} 21:14, May 9, 2012 (UTC)

My personal guess is that they work simular to the dragonballs. Only instead of wish granting and turning to stone, once they all come together they simply warp back to the Special Zone and when not collected from their own Special Stages, they will eventually return to Earth and be scattered across the world.--Mystic Monkey is a proud MonoBook Wikian. 23:08, May 15, 2012 (UTC)
Makes sense.
{{SUBST:User:Sylux X/Sig1}} 00:30, May 16, 2012 (UTC)


It says here that the seven Chaos Emeralds predates the Master emerald which was created to control the Chaos Emeralds. Which game is this from? I always thought the history of the emeralds was something Sonic Team just simply not gonna bother with.--Mystic Monkey is a proud MonoBook Wikian. 20:19, May 16, 2012 (UTC)

That sounds like it came from Sonic X or the Archie comics as no game stated that. SpyroSonic 2000 20:25, May 16, 2012 (UTC)

I thought it was Sonic and Knuckles...

Sylux X

Well, I used to believe the emeralds were echidnan in origins, but the Gaia Temples date back way before the Echidna times. Also in White Space which exist outside of time are cogs that are made to be powered by Chaos Emeralds. I dunno if those cogs were there "forever!" or that their creation was by Sonic's subconsicous from his shattered history but I am starting to tihnk that the Chaos Emerald were not created to begin with, just simply exist throughout history. Since the "Time of Awakening" has happened before and after Earth's history, I believe the Chaos Emeralds could be tied around the culture behind Gaia though.--Mystic Monkey is a proud MonoBook Wikian. 15:41, June 27, 2012 (UTC)

The Eighth Chaos Emerald

According to the Japanese manuals for Sonic the Hedgehog 3 and Sonic & Knuckles, the Master Emerald is a deitied Chaos Emerald. I suppose this may explain why their Super Emerald forms are identical to the Master Emerald if the Master Emerald is technically one of them. I'm not sure what other sources identify the Master Emerald as a Chaos Emerald since they are usually considered separate, but wouldn't this information be pertinent? LinkTheLefty (talk) 21:12, November 3, 2012 (UTC)

Of course. If it's in a manual, it should be added somewhere. (Master Emerald is a bigger Chaos Emerald in Sonic the Comic too, but that's already stated, I believe.) -- Supermorff (talk) 09:36, November 4, 2012 (UTC)

Guys all we now is that it is related to them some how nothing more nothing less so as it stands we should leave things be until more information is given.Sonamyfan666 a Amy Rose Expert and fan (talk) 12:12, November 4, 2012 (UTC)

Sorry, what? -- Supermorff (talk) 13:32, November 4, 2012 (UTC)
I was pointing out that all we know it's the Master Emerald is somehow related to the Chaos Emeralds we know nothing about it being a eigth Chaos Emerald or anything else for that matter.Sonamyfan666 a Amy Rose Expert and fan (talk) 13:51, November 4, 2012 (UTC)
In the current continuity, perhaps. But if it was mentioned in the Japanese manuals for those games, even if the information has since been retconned, then it should be mentioned in the article. -- Supermorff (talk) 18:54, November 5, 2012 (UTC)
Well okay then.(sonamyfan666)

hey guys, i have noticed this paradoxial thing about the blue emerald.This is the Emerald which finds itself locked in a paradox loop over the course of the game. The blue gem is implied to have been Princess Elise's lucky charm for many years, and eggman attacks the Festival of the Sun to steal it from her. Elise throws the jewel to Sonic as she is being kidnapped, and Sonic takes it towhite acropolis as a ransom, where it goes in Robotnik's time machine. Silver later takes the blue Emerald from White Acropolis after beating the egg genesis, and uses it (with Shadow's assistance) to open a portal to the past and the Solaris Project. Silver then gives it to a 7-year-old-Elise, who presumably keeps it with her for the intervening 10 years until the Festival of the Sun is attacked. The problem here is that the blue Emerald never enters or leaves the loop; it didn't exist chronologically before Silver brings it to the Solaris Project, and it doesn't exist after Silver and Shadow warp out of the rad train ight arena. And, since it's been with Elise for the 10 years before the game, how did Sonic and Shadow use it to turn super and defeaperfect chaos, finalhazard, metal overlord, and devil doom? Dont blame me if your brain gets fried trying to figure this one out

06 lover

Sonic Retro has a really good section about the Chaos Emeralds in Sonic 06 at -- Supermorff (talk) 10:45, November 18, 2012 (UTC)

i hope they could answer this one, cause i cant

06 lover

Artificial Emeralds.

In the section "Artificial Emeralds," it's said that Sonic escaped near certian death at the hands of Eggman. In the episode of Sonic X where Eggman saves Sonic, as far as I can remember, and artificial chaos emerald was never shown.

You've misunderstood, when it says "at the hands of Eggman" it means that Eggman tried to kill Sonic, and Sonic escaped using an artificial emerald during the SA2 adaptation. Myself 123 01:10, February 14, 2014 (UTC)

Sonic 1 Theory

Maybe the reason you couldn't become Super Sonic in Sonic 1 is because you could only collect 6 Emeralds. In fact, if you enter the Sonic 1 Debug Mode on the App version, you can set the emeralds to 7 and become Super Sonic. Just a Theory though.