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Vector the Crocodile is a 20-year-old crocodile and the leader of Chaotix Detective Agency.
He somehow formed the Team Chaotix Detective Agency, once meeting with Sonic. One day, they were hired by Vanilla the Rabbit to find her daughter Cream, who had also been transported to Earth by Chaos Control. In episode 39, Team Chaotix was also brought in and Vector assumed Cream had been kidnapped. He was eventually defeated by Sonic the Hedgehog and co., and Cream was reunited with her mother, leaving Vector confused.
He later helped Vanilla again in Season 3, bringing supplies to Christopher Thorndyke. However, he made a mistake again, believing he was supposed to bring Cream home and kidnapped her and Cosmo the Seedrian. Sonic stopped him and Team Chaotix left. However, they got lost and Charmy Bee broke their transmitter so they couldn't ask for directions. They later assisted Miles "Tails" Prower and Cosmo set up a party in episode 65, but they made some mistakes and wrecked it. They eventually worked it out and left, but not before enjoying the party.
They then got sucked through a gravity field and set up a rest stop, where the crew of the Blue Typhoon rested while repairing their ship in episode 71, and Eggman rested after the Crimson Egg was damaged. They later assisted Sonic to defeat Final Nova and eventually returned to Sonic's planet. In a Japanese scene, they are seen with Vanilla again.
Vector often listens to music and he enjoys money and energy drinks. He can occasionally be rough and sometimes yells at Charmy for picking on him, but deep in his heart he has a kind soul and is always there to help; he doesn't like to be in illegal situations and he is a good leader.
- ^*Zoppi was credited under Jimmy Zoopi in episode 39, but then he used a different voice from Episode 59 onwards and was credited under James Cather Cathcart, which gave the illusion that Jimmy Zoppi and Carter Cathcart were two different people, though Jimmy Zoppi was just a pseudonym.