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Amy comments about the adventure they just had, with Chaos coming to help them in the end. Sonic gets some water out of his ears, commenting that it feels like he bought half of the ocean with him. Just then, Chaos emerges from a small puddle of water that Sonic shook out of his ear, and heads back to the ocean, much to the shock of Sonic and Amy.
 
Amy comments about the adventure they just had, with Chaos coming to help them in the end. Sonic gets some water out of his ears, commenting that it feels like he bought half of the ocean with him. Just then, Chaos emerges from a small puddle of water that Sonic shook out of his ear, and heads back to the ocean, much to the shock of Sonic and Amy.
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*According to [[Aleah Baker]], Consequences went through a lot of back and forth and conceptualization. Supposedly, it was originally planned that the Egg Bosses would interact with the Freedom Fighters, but it got removed in the process. [[Clove the Pronghorn|Clove]] and [[Cassia]] were also introduced to bring more worldbuilding upon suggestion from [[Paul Kaminski]]. Additionally, Aleah Baker held back on their background as she did not know where it would lead at that point.<ref name="Concept and creation">{{Cite web|url=http://bumbleking.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=8626&start=15&sid=c96c68d4fc08ba07fc8a20791987094e |archiveurl= |archivedate= |accessdate=21 January 2016 |title=Lea's Unimportant Farewell to BK Q&A! |author=[[Aleah Baker]] |publisher=BumbleKing Comics |date=19 January 2016 |quote='''Joggoman''': What was creative process behind Cassia and Clove? Did the characters and personalities come about on their own, or were they specifically made to fill the role of "unwilling Eggman subordinates"? / '''Aleah Baker''': What eventually became The Light in the Dark/Consequences went through a lot of back and forth and conceptualization and tweaking and it was super stressful and blah blah blah... but anyway, at some point Paul Kaminski said that this might be a good opportunity to start some more worldbuilding and wanted me to introduce a new Egg Boss for the story. A more sympathetic angle was suggested (not an automatic requirement), and even though the story got further altered beyond that (so that they never actually interacted with the Freedom Fighters), I did put a lot of thought into the characters, thinking I could use the sisters angle for a new dynamic. I didn't want to introduce any story aspects without having some idea of where they should ultimately lead -- I wanted to be sure there was a direction to follow so that everything that happens in their story comes together and isn't just a series of "shocking reveals" introduce on a whim or whatnot with no end goal or conclusion in sight. }}</ref>
   
 
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Archie Sonic the Hedgehog Issue 263 is the two hundred sixty-third issue of the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series published by Archie Comics.

Official solicitation

'Waves of Change,' Part Four. Cool off from the hot summer sun with Sonic the Hedgehog! The tides are turning in Sonic's favor-literally-as Chaos joins the fray! It's all-out war to save the underwater city from total devastation in this thrilling conclusion! Then, in 'Consequences,' take a sneak peek into Eggman's shattered world crisis battle plan-we'll give you a hint, it's evil! Featuring super-cool cover art from Ben Bates and a Chao-tastic variant cover from Evan Stanley.

Summary

Waves of Change Part Four: Divine Waters

Consequences

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Amy comments about the adventure they just had, with Chaos coming to help them in the end. Sonic gets some water out of his ears, commenting that it feels like he bought half of the ocean with him. Just then, Chaos emerges from a small puddle of water that Sonic shook out of his ear, and heads back to the ocean, much to the shock of Sonic and Amy.

Trivia

  • According to Aleah Baker, Consequences went through a lot of back and forth and conceptualization. Supposedly, it was originally planned that the Egg Bosses would interact with the Freedom Fighters, but it got removed in the process. Clove and Cassia were also introduced to bring more worldbuilding upon suggestion from Paul Kaminski. Additionally, Aleah Baker held back on their background as she did not know where it would lead at that point.[1]

Gallery

Preview pages

Gallery

References

  1. Aleah Baker (19 January 2016). Lea's Unimportant Farewell to BK Q&A!. BumbleKing Comics. Retrieved on 21 January 2016. “Joggoman: What was creative process behind Cassia and Clove? Did the characters and personalities come about on their own, or were they specifically made to fill the role of "unwilling Eggman subordinates"? / Aleah Baker: What eventually became The Light in the Dark/Consequences went through a lot of back and forth and conceptualization and tweaking and it was super stressful and blah blah blah... but anyway, at some point Paul Kaminski said that this might be a good opportunity to start some more worldbuilding and wanted me to introduce a new Egg Boss for the story. A more sympathetic angle was suggested (not an automatic requirement), and even though the story got further altered beyond that (so that they never actually interacted with the Freedom Fighters), I did put a lot of thought into the characters, thinking I could use the sisters angle for a new dynamic. I didn't want to introduce any story aspects without having some idea of where they should ultimately lead -- I wanted to be sure there was a direction to follow so that everything that happens in their story comes together and isn't just a series of "shocking reveals" introduce on a whim or whatnot with no end goal or conclusion in sight.”
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