- For other uses of the term, see Blaze the Cat (disambiguation).
- 1 History
- 2 Other game appearances
- 2.1 Sonic Rivals series
- 2.2 Sonic Storybook series
- 2.3 Sonic Riders series
- 2.4 Sega All-Stars series
- 2.5 Super Smash Bros. series
- 2.6 Mario & Sonic series
- 2.6.1 Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games
- 2.6.2 Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games
- 2.6.3 Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games
- 2.6.4 Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games
- 2.6.5 Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games
- 2.6.6 Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
- 2.7 Sonic Dash
- 2.8 Sonic Jump Fever
- 2.9 Sonic Runners
- 2.10 Sonic Forces: Speed Battle
- 2.11 Sonic Racing
- 3 References
Blaze was born into the royal family of the Sol Empire in her home dimension who have protected the Jeweled Scepter for generations. From birth, Blaze possessed the inherent power to control flames with her body, an ability she possessed for her future duty as the guardian of the Sol Emeralds. However, because of her initial inability to control her powers, other children teased her about it when she was younger. As such, she would wear a cape to disguise her abilities which she would only discard when needed. In the end, Blaze's powers made her spend most of her life alone.
As Blaze rose to princesshood, she became guardian of the Sol Emeralds. Because of her rough past though, Blaze saw her abilities as a "curse" that forced her into a life of seclusion for her duty. As such, she shut herself off from other people to bear her responsibilities alone, making her shy, withdrawn, and self-reliant. Over the course of her duty, Blaze lived an isolated life without any real friends which meant she never learned how to use the Sol Emeralds. During her reign, Blaze met the villainous Dr. Eggman Nega who would become her nemesis.
Sonic Rush series
In Sonic Rush, Blaze's dimension and Sonic the Hedgehog's are in flux with one another, allowing the characters to travel from one to the other through a tear in the space-time continuum. Blaze is the only playable character in Sonic Rush aside from Sonic himself.
When Dr. Eggman came to her world and stole the Sol Emeralds, the Sol Emeralds summoned her through the space-time tear that lead to Sonic's world, where she set about recovering the Emeralds from him. Early on this mission she encountered Cream the Rabbit, who immediately took on the role of Blaze's guide and close friend, despite Blaze's misgivings. Blaze was surprised at the openness and naivety of the young rabbit, especially when she was invited into Cream's house almost immediately after meeting her for the first time. Cream set about teaching Blaze the meaning of friendship. They encountered several of Cream's friends (including Knuckles and Amy) who all suggested that Blaze ask Sonic for help. However, she was so convinced that she needed no help that when she and Sonic did actually cross paths, she attacked him. After a brief battle, she admitted her mistake.
After the battle she gained the last of the Sol Emeralds. However, just as she had recovered from her victory, Eggman appeared and demanded that he meet with Blaze alone and that he kidnapped Cream. Angered, Blaze pursued Eggman to Unknown and defeated his giant robot. After searching frantically through the robot's ruins, she found Cream and the two left, presuming Eggman was defeated.
Having collected all the Sol Emeralds, Blaze was surprised that their power did not return her to her world. As she was contemplating this, Eggman and Eggman Nega appeared in a giant mech. Blaze fought them, but they easily defeated her and drained the power of the Sol Emeralds. Hopeless about her plight, Blaze was surprised when Sonic showed up. He told her that the true power of the Chaos Emeralds and Sol Emeralds came from people's friendship and encouraged her to open up to other people and recognize the friends she made on her journey. Finally appreciating the value of friendship, and the need to accept help from others from time to time, Blaze began to realize the true power of the Sol Emeralds, recharging them and for the first time used their power to transform into Burning Blaze. As Burning Blaze, she and Super Sonic successfully stopped Eggman and Eggman Nega from taking over the universe and at the same time repairing the tear in the space-time continuum and once again separating their worlds. Afterward, she and Sonic promise to see each other again and say their goodbyes as they shake hands, being torn apart by their respective dimensions having been returned to normal.
On the path back to her dimension, she remembers Sonic's word of advice on friendship and trust and that she now had that power. Reassured, she said to her imagination of Sonic that they would definitely meet again, and headed back to her world.
Sonic Rush Adventure
In Sonic Rush Adventure, Blaze once again found herself up against a threat to her world, this time being Captain Whisker, a robotic pirate, along with his crew, who planned to steal the mystical Jeweled Scepter, which was acclaimed to have the power to control Blaze's world's geological activities. While trying to protect the scepter, Blaze came across Sonic, Tails, and Marine the Raccoon, who Sonic and Tails initially met up with after the Tornado sent them to Blaze's world. With her allies help, Blaze once again collected the lost Sol Emeralds and defeated Captain Whisker and his lieutenant Johnny.
After getting back the Jeweled Scepter, it was once again stolen, but this time by Dr. Eggman and Eggman Nega, who were working together to unleash the Power of the Stars with the Jeweled Scepter. Sonic and Blaze used the Chaos Emeralds and Sol Emeralds respectively to once again transform into Super Sonic and Burning Blaze and defeat Eggman and Eggman Nega. Afterwards, Tails made a vessel to bring Sonic and Tails home. Before Sonic's departure, he and Blaze shake hands once again, signifying growing respect and friendship and the promise to meet again one day.
Sonic the Hedgehog (2006)
In Sonic the Hedgehog (2006), Blaze ended up in Silver's future under unknown circumstances. There, she met Silver the Hedgehog, whom she would fight alongside against the forces of Iblis. At the start of Silver's story, she notified Silver of Iblis' location in Crisis City. Even after they beat Iblis though, the monster would reconstitute itself later as always, prompting Blaze to calm a frustrated Silver down. When they were transported back in time by Mephiles to eliminate Sonic and prevent Iblis from appearing, Blaze ended up in Wave Ocean and left to find Silver, so to keep him out of trouble. After finding Silver, Blaze encouraged him to continue their mission. Hoping that they could find something about Sonic at Eggman's headquarter, they infiltrated his base. There, Silver found a Chaos Emerald, which Blaze told Silver to keep as a "lucky charm".
Arriving in New City, Blaze and Silver found Mephiles, who guided them to Sonic. After Silver learned the truth behind the Solaris Project and how Iblis was created, Silver told Blaze that Sonic was not the one that would release Iblis. As such, they went to help Sonic and Princess Elise, the living container for Iblis. After losing the princess when the Egg Carrier crashed, Blaze mourned with her allies until Silver and Sonic used Chaos Control to send Sonic back in time to rescue Elise, while Blaze and Silver went back to the future where they tracked Iblis down, having figured out an alternative to stopping Iblis for good.
Upon defeating Iblis, Silver tried to seal it inside himself. However, when Silver was rejected as a vessel, Blaze took his place as her soul was alit with flames and would thus be accepted. Blaze promptly sealed Iblis inside her and begged Silver to use Chaos Control to seal her in another dimension, but Silver refused to sacrifice her. Nevertheless, Blaze did the deed herself, replying that despite Silver's naivety, she always liked that about him before fading into another dimension. When Solaris, and thereby Iblis, was erased from the timeline, Blaze's adventures in Silver's time were erased as well and she was returned to her proper place, though it also meant Blaze never met Silver.
In the Nintendo DS version of Sonic Colors, while Blaze tended to a Sol Emerald, it suddenly started to glow and transported her to Sweet Mountain in Dr. Eggman's Incredible Interstellar Amusement Park where she ran into Sonic and Tails. After giving them her story, Blaze noticing what seemed to be Eggman's robots, and she wondered if something was going on and that she looked forward to seeing whether Sonic had what it took to resolve matters. After Sonic destroyed twenty of the robots, Blaze praised him and claimed that he needed little of her help after all.
The group spilt up after that, but soon after, Blaze met Silver the Hedgehog. As they came close to a ride at the park though, Orbot and Cubot appeared. After being challenged by Eggman's two lackeys, Blaze and Silver easily scared them off. They then ran into Sonic and Tails once more, where Blaze wondered if the ride the robots kept them from warranted a look, and Sonic investigated, but returned with nothing.
In the console/PC version of Sonic Generations, Blaze attended and helped prepare Sonic's surprise birthday party. As the party began, however, the Time Eater suddenly appeared and Blaze was sucked into one of the Time Eater's Time Holes and ended up in White Space, where she was turned into a statue due to the Time Eater's effects.
Eventually, Blaze was returned to normal by Sonic and Classic Sonic. When the Sonics confronted the Time Eater, which was revealed to be controlled by Eggman and Classic Eggman, Blaze arrived at the battle with the others and cheered on both Sonics, allowing them both to transform into Super Sonics. When the Sonics defeated the Time Eater, Blaze and the others were sent back to the present. Continuing with the celebration, Blaze later waved goodbye to Classic Sonic and Classic Tails as they returned to their own world.
Sonic Jump (2012)
In Sonic Jump (2012), Blaze and co. discovered that Eggman had begun kidnapping Animals again and taking them high into the sky, prompting the heroes to set out to stop Dr. Eggman's operations. Whenever they managed to corner Eggman in a Zone and defeat him however, the doctor would retreat to another Zone, although not before capturing more Animals. After Eggman's defeat in Mechanical Zone however, the doctor would crash down to Earth, ending his plans, thus allowing Blaze to reunite with all the Animals.
Team Sonic Racing
In Team Sonic Racing, Blaze received a vague invitation to a Grand Prix in Sonic's dimension. Her curiosity piqued, Blaze decided to answer the invitation's call. After arriving on Sonic's world, Blaze met Silver, who had received the same invitation as her, and Vector, who had come to the Grand Prix as per the request of his "sources". Soon after, they trio met the person behind the invitations: a Tanuki called Dodon Pa. Upon seeing her host, Blaze refused to be part of a game a Tanuki had arranged. When Dodon Pa tried to persuade Blaze to participate with the Grand Prix's cash prize, Vector was convinced to participate. Knowing Vector would get into trouble, Blaze and Silver agreed to join Vector's team in order to bail him out when trouble arrived.
For the races, Blaze received the Royal Chariot to race in. After a couple of races with Team Sonic and Team Rose, Blaze met Amy and confirmed to her that she had received an invitation to the Grand Prix. Realizing that Doddo Pa held enough power to send objects across dimensions, Amy advised Blaze to be careful. Blaze, however, was certain that she could handle an old Tanuki. Not long after that, Blaze and her team were joined in the competition by Team Dark and Team Eggman.
While waiting for the next race, Blaze and her team were radioed by Tails, who instructed them to join Team Sonic and Team Dark on the racetrack in order to help them take down Dr. Eggman, who had intruded on the two teams' race in order to compete against them on his own as a "special guest" (which Dodon Pa permitted despite knowing it was a lie). Complying to Tails' request, Blaze admitted that the prize money which Eggman stood to win held no meaning to her and that she just wanted to "mete out justice". With the aid of her teammates and the Skim Boost technique, Blaze was able to get into position. She then joined forces with the rest of Team Vector, Knuckles, Tails, Rouge, Omega and Team Rose. Together, they surrounded Eggman on the racetrack before delivering a massive beatdown on the doctor with their combined Wisp power-ups. However, Dodon Pa was too busy watching Eggman's beating to see who crossed the finish line first.
As the races progressed, Dodon Pa became very impressed by Blaze and the other teams' performances. Making a stand as a princess, Blaze refused to be Dodon Pa's performance monkey. However, Dodon Pa told her that her status meant nothing to her, before having Blaze compete in another race. Later, Blaze noticed that Silver was being absentminded. Urging Silver to tell her what was bothering him, Silver admitted that he had a hunch that something bad was about to happened. In response, Blaze told Silver that she trusted his hunch and that they would be ready when the time came. Later, after another race, Blaze sensed that Vector had other reasons for joining Dodon Pa's Grand Prix besides the cash prize. Telling Vector to come clean, Vector admitted that he was here on behalf of Tails to get the dirt on Dodon Pa, but that he had not gotten very far. When Blaze later asked for updates on his investigation, Vector revealed that Espio and Charmy would have a report ready soon. Eventually, it was revealed to Blaze and everyone else that Dodon Pa was a good guy and that he was using the Grand Prix to gather information for his corporation's Ultimate Energy Engine, which Dodon Pa wanted to use for philanthropic purposes.
Soon after, the heroes learned from Big that Eggman had kidnapped Dodon Pa and brought him to the Final Fortress. Wanting to rescue Dodon Pa, Blaze and co. went to the Final Fortress. There, Eggman had them compete in a number of races with Team Eggman and his army of Eggpawns in exchange for Dodon Pa, not knowing Eggman was using them to gather the Ultimate Team Energy needed to finish the Ultimate Energy Engine. Once the engine was complete, Eggman stole it from Dodon Pa and incorporated it into his Death Egg. Blaze and her crew subsequently faced the Death Egg, and beat it in a race. However, the Death Egg soon after went crazy and drove into the Final Fortress's core. As the Final Fortress crashed, Blaze and her companions were forced to abandon their cars and evacuate the airship while Team Sonic saved Dodon Pa. Down on the ground, Blaze was reunited with Team Sonic when they arrived with Dodon Pa. Just as the Grand Prix seemed over since the cars had been destroyed when the Final Fortress crashed, Dodon Pa decided to give everyone new cars, thus allowing Blaze and her friends to race once more.
Other game appearances
Sonic Rivals series
In Sonic Rivals, Blaze appears on the 119th collectible card in the game.
Sonic Rivals 2
Sonic Storybook series
Sonic and the Secret Rings
Sonic and the Black Knight
In Sonic and the Black Knight, Blaze appears as a playable character in Battle Mode. She is unlocked in Battle Mode by clearing the "Defeat the Boss: Sir Percival" mission in Molten Mine. In gameplay, she has the same moveset as Sir Percival, Blaze's alternate reality doppelganger from the world of Camelot. She also wields the rapier Laevatein during battle and her Soul Surge is Flames of Kilekion.
Sonic Riders series
Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity
In Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity, Blaze appears as a playable character. She can be unlocked after clearing the Babylon storyline. Her default Extreme Gear in this game is the Flame Lance, referencing her pyrokinesis. She also has her own unique attack that she can execute when obtaining an Attack.
Sonic Free Riders
In Sonic Free Riders, Blaze appears once more as a playable character. She can be unlocked after clearing both Team Rose and Team Dark story mode. Like in Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity, her default Extreme Gear in this game is the Flame Lance.
Sega All-Stars series
Sega Superstars Tennis
Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed
Super Smash Bros. series
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Blaze appears as one of trophies and Stickers:
|Image||Name||Page||ID||Area of Effect||Effect||User|
|Blaze The Cat (Sonic Rush)||Blaze the Cat (Sonic Rush)||277||694||Shield||Recovery +7||Everyone|
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, Blaze appears as a trophy in both versions of the game:
|Blaze||Blaze the Cat||Series Related||83: Sonic & Friends||A princess charged with guarding the Sol Emeralds, Blaze comes from another dimension. She used to be a bit of a withdrawn loner— it wasn't until she met Sonic and co. that she really opened up. She can brandish fire at will, and she can use the Sol Emeralds to change into Burning Blaze.||A princess from another dimension charged with guarding the Sol Emeralds. She used to be a bit of a withdrawn loner, and it wasn't until she met Sonic and Co. that she really opened up. She can wield the power of fire at will, and can even transform into Burning Blaze by using all seven of the Sol Emeralds.||Random|
|Blaze||Blaze the Cat||Series Related||A princess charged with guarding the Sol Emeralds, Blaze comes from another dimension. She used to be a bit of a withdrawn loner— it wasn't until she met Sonic and co. that she really opened up. She can brandish fire at will, and she can use the Sol Emeralds to change into Burning Blaze.||A princess from another dimension charged with guarding the Sol Emeralds. She used to be a bit of a withdrawn loner, and it wasn't until she met Sonic and Co. that she really opened up. She can wield the power of fire at will, and can even transform into Burning Blaze by using all seven of the Sol Emeralds.||Random|
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Blaze appears as a Support Spirit with the following characteristics:
|Enemy Fighter(s)||Enemy Power||Stage||Battle conditions|
|Robin (♀)||4,100||Green Hill Zone (Battlefield form)||Rule(s): Hazard: Lava Floor
|Blaze the Cat||Shield||★★ (Advanced)||"Reach for the Stars"||
|793||2||Mouthful of Curry|
Mario & Sonic series
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games
In Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games, Blaze appears as one of the playable characters in both the Wii and Nintendo DS version of the game. Appropriately, she wears a new summer sports outfit in this title.
In both versions of the game, Blaze has the following characteristics and icons:
In the Mission Mode in both the Wii and Nintendo DS versions of the game, Blaze has to beat a set of five missions, which will unlock a final mission. Clearing all six missions will award the player with the Blaze Emblem. These missions include:
- 4x100m Freestyle: Finish in the specific placing! - Finish in 1st place!
- Triple Jump: Jump perfectly from the foul line! - Run at maximum speed and perform the best jump right before the foul line 1 time(s)!
- 400m: Pass your rival! - Start after Amy and then pass her! (Your overall place doesn't matter.)
- Vault: Recover from a stagger on landing! - Recover 2 times from a stagger on landing! (Control is automatic until the landing.)
- 110m Hurdles: Beat your rival! - Finish before Peach! (Your overall place doesn't matter.)
- Dream Race: Win without colliding with other runners! - Finish in first place without colliding into any other runners!
- Nintendo DS:
- Table Tennis - Continue a rally for at least 10 hits!
- Javelin Throw - Throw 3 times, increasing your distance each time!
- 10m Platform - Perform a 20-step combo with command inputs!
- 100m - Finish within 0.5 seconds of Peach!
- Dream Shooting - Win after coming back from a 200-point deficit!
- Table Tennis - Beat Daisy when she's in top condition!
in both the Wii and Nintendo DS versions of the game, the player can also earn the Blaze Crown by getting all gold and 1st medals using Blaze.
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games
In Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games, Blaze is a playable character in both the Wii and Nintendo DS version of the game. Appropriately, she wears a new winter sports outfit in this title. In the Wii and Nintendo DS version, Blaze also has the special skill, the Quick Tornado, which she can use in certain events to gain speed.
In both versions of the game, Knuckles has the following characteristics and icons:
|Icon||Skill Type||Stats||Special Skill||Flag|
In the Wii version of the game, a Mii costume based on Blaze can be unlocked in the game after winning five gold or/and 1st place medals in any Olympic/Dream Events with Blaze and then buying the costume in the boutique.
In Adventure Tours mode in the Nintendo DS version of the game, Blaze appears as one of the unlockable characters who can take part in the mode's sports events. She can be found with Silver in Polastraits where she and Silver must be beaten in an Ice Hockey event (when they get one point in the beginning) after they reveal that they had come from their respective homes to compete in the Olympics. After that, she will teleport to Cubyrinth with Silver to prepare for a rematch. There, she and Silver can be challenged for a second time in a Fever Hockey dream event (when they receive 30 points in the beginning). After defeating them both, Blaze and Silver will join the player's team after being asked for their assistance. Also, in Icepeak, when Toad finds a strange room with four blocks with the marks of Dr. Eggman, Metal Sonic, Bowser and Bowser Jr. on them, Blaze tells Toad that she will help them with the blocks, thus initiating the "Move the Blocks!" mini-game. Here, Blaze has to move the four aforementioned blocks to their matching marks on the board within 45 seconds. She can also use her pyrokinesis to melt ice blocks blocking the way. Afterwards, a gate that leads to a chest with a Leader's Curling Stone inside opens. Later in Blizland, Blaze is required to get Daisy to join the player's team.
Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games
In Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games, Blaze appears as one of the playable characters in both the Wii and Nintendo 3DS version of the game. Appropriately, she wears a new sports outfit for swimming and gymnastic events in this title while keeping her winter outfit for Equestrian events and wearing her sports outfit from the original game for all other events. In the Wii version, Blaze also has the special skill, the Quick Tornado, which she can use in certain events to gain speed.
In this game, across both versions, Blaze has the following characteristics and icons:
|Icon||Skill Type||Stats (Wii)||Class (3DS)||Special Skill||Flag|
In the Wii version of the game, Blaze also appears as an interactable character in London Party Mode. Here, the player can speak to her in order to play minigames and earn stickers. Also, a Mii costume based on Blaze in her standard sports outfit can be unlocked in the game by either winning it through a Scratch Card or paying ten blank cards.
In the Nintendo 3DS version of the game, Blaze belongs to the Girls class and can only take part in selected sports events for this class. In the game's story mode, Blaze helped Amy, Peach, and three Toads prepare invitations for the athletes who were to take part in the Olympics. When Amy noticed Sonic's invitation however, she started asking Blaze for permission to bring Sonic's invitation to him in person. Despite making it clear that doing that would take time they did not have as they had other invitations to hand out, Blaze agreed to it on the condition that Amy could beat her in some events. While Amy managed to win, Blaze got so carried away in her attempt to win that she accidentally knocked all the invitations off the table. After the majority of the invitations were recollected, Blaze apologized for what she did. Soon after, Amy agreed with Blaze that she should stay and help the others with the invitations and let Sonic get his like everybody else.
As everything got back at schedule, Daisy dropped by and suggested that they went shopping. While Blaze and Peach insisted that she stayed and helped them distribute the invitations, Amy wanted to go with Daisy. To settle this, Daisy and Peach made a deal: if Daisy beat Peach in a series of events, Amy could go with Daisy, but if Peach won, Daisy had to stay and help with the invitations. For these challenges, Blaze sided with Peach while Amy sided with Daisy. After Blaze's duo won, Peach agreed to let them all take a break in Hyde Park first. When they returned however, the invitations had been blown away by the wind. The group tried to regather the invitations, but discovered that Eggman and Bowser's invitations had been ruined after falling into the nearby lake. Amy and Peach thus decided to rewrite their invitations. Later on, after mailing the invitations, Blaze and Daisy arrived in Hyde Park, where they saw Eggman and Bowser walk away with letters. The duo soon after met Amy, Peach, and some Toads, who had been trying to deliver Eggman and Bowser's invitations to the two villains, only for the Toads to have lost the invitations. Blaze then based on her observations that Eggman and Bowser had already found the lost invitations and left with them. With everything appearing to be in order, Blaze decided to head back to the hotel, but was convinced to go shopping with Amy, Peach, and Daisy instead.
One morning later on, Blaze and Peach were protecting three Toads from Fog Imposters of themselves amidst a thick fog that covered London. After defeating their imposters however, they dissolved into the fog. Blaze and Peach also found Amy and Daisy, both of them having collapsed in the park. After waking the pair, Blaze had to calm them down when they suspected her and Peach of being Fog Imposters, whom Amy and Daisy had to deal with as well. Blaze and the girls then followed a Toad, who had seen a suspicious bat lurking around. Upon finding the bat, who turned out to be Rouge, she threatened to imprison the girls in the fog and have the Fog Imposters take their place. After Rouge was defeated by Peach in an event though, the former admitted that she had no recollection of what she had been doing. Rouge then led everyone to a Fog Machine which Blaze destroyed. As the fog cleared, Blaze and her friends found out that Eggman had been using the fog to control Rouge's mind. Later, Mario, Luigi, and Toad arrived and found out from Rouge that Eggman had brainwashed her at the British Museum. As the heroes went to the museum, Blaze and her friends stayed with Rouge in Hyde Park. When a denser version of the fog later covered Hyde Park, Blaze cleared the park of it with the aid of Amy, Peach, Daisy, the Toads and Rouge, which they reported back to Sonic and Mario about in an effort to support them as they faced the masterminds behind the fog: Eggman and Bowser. After everything had been resolved, Blaze would appear at the opening ceremony for the Olympic Games.
In the Nintendo 3DS version of the game, a badge of Blaze can also be obtained from the badge machine.
Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games
In Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games, Blaze appears as one of the playable characters. Appropriately, she wears her sports outfit from Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games in this title. In this game, Blaze also has the special skill, the Quick Tornado, which she can use in certain events to gain speed.
In this game, Blaze has the following characteristics and icons:
|Icon||Skill Type||Special Skill||Biography||Flag|
|All-Around||Quick Tornado||This feline princess hails from another dimension, where she protects the Sol Emeralds. With no obvious weaknesses, she's an intimidating opponent.|
In Legends Showdown, Blaze is on the fourth team, along with Silver, Mario and Peach. Also, a Mii costume based on Blaze can be unlocked in the game by setting a lap time of under 11.5 seconds for at least three laps in a single Short Track Speed Skating 1000m match.
Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games
In Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Blaze appears as a playable character in the Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, and arcade version of the game. Appropriately, she wears her winter outfit for Equestrian events, her gymnastics and swimming outfit from Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games for rhythmic and water-based events, and her sports outfit from the original game for all other events.
In the Wii U version of the game, Blaze is available from the beginning and playable in all events. Also, Mii costume sets based on Blaze in her regular Olympic costume and her winter costume can be unlocked in the game by completing Blaze's Carnival Challenge. However, each set must be collected in two separate parts, each with their own stat changes.
In the Wii U version of the game, Blaze has the following characteristics, description and icons:
|Icon||Skill Type||Stats||Playable Event(s)||Biography||Flag|
|All-Around||5.5||6||6.5||All events||A noble princess from another dimension who is also guardian of the Sol Emeralds. Blaze has a kind heart, and always stands up for those who can't stand up for themselves. In addition to being athletic, she also has the power to control flames. After a bit of time away, she's once more crossed over from her dimension in order to rekindle old friendships and test her skills in the Olympic Games.|
In the Nintendo 3DS version of the game, Blaze is available from the beginning and has the following characteristics:
|Artwork||Stats||Playable Event(s)||Challenged in Road to Rio?|
||Mario's Story Day 3|
In the arcade edition of the game, Blaze belongs to the main roster of characters. However, in the Japanese arcade version, she needs to be unlocked. In this version, Blaze has the following characteristics:
|Icon||Skill Type||Stats||Recommended Event(s)|
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
In Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, Blaze is a playable character in both the Nintendo Switch and arcade version version of the game. In the latter, she was added to the game on 22 July 2020.
In the Nintendo Switch version of the game, Blaze appears as one of the characters in the story mode. In this mode, Blaze was going to the Kabukiza Theatre to watch a Kabuki play between Olympic Events, only to find the entrance guarded by Egg Pawns. She considered using her fire to destroy the Egg Pawns, but she did not want to set the theater on fire. Eventually, Tails and Luigi came across Blaze, who told them of her plight. When Tails then offered to clear out the Egg Pawns in exchange for Blaze's venue pass, Blaze agreed to the deal. After completing their deal however, Blaze instead chose to join Tails on their mission to get Sonic, Mario, Toad, Eggman and Bowser out of the dying Tokyo '64 gaming system after hearing their story. When things later got resolved, Blaze joined Daisy in front of a camera as the Olympic Games were set to commence.
In the Nintendo Switch version of the game, Blaze is only playable in the 2020 events and has the following characteristics:
|Artwork||Skill Type||Biography||Wears unique clothing|
|All-Around||A princess from another world who uses the Sol Emeralds she protects. Cool-headed and hard on herself, she's still a little shy.||✓|
In the arcade version of the game, Blaze is only playable in the 2020 events and has the following characteristics and icons:
|Icon||Skill Type||Stats||Wears unique clothing|
In Sonic Dash, Blaze makes an appearance as a playable character. In this game, she can be unlocked in the following ways:
- Pay 60 Red Star Rings
- Win her during the Prize Wheel Jackpot after unlocking Silver
- Collect 250 Blaze tokens
During the second global challenge, it was possible to unlock Blaze as well.
|Image||Affinity Bonus||Upgrade Profile|
Sonic Jump Fever
In Sonic Jump Fever, Blaze appears as a playable character. In this game, she can be unlocked after either collecting 200 Blaze Character Tokens or paying 600 Red Star Rings for her. In gameplay, Blaze's twin fireballs and high agility allows her to build large combos when attacking Badnik. The power-ups she can utilize in this game include the Shield, Stun, Magnet and Fireball Jump.
Blaze also appears on the game's preset leaderboards, placing fifth in each Zone. When playing a Zone, a destructible monitor containing Blaze's portrait will appear if her score has been passed.
||Blaze was once the guardian of the Sol Emeralds. These duties made her rather shy - but then she met Sonic! Blaze travels freely between her dimension and Sonic's.||Available on Premium Roulette.|
During the "Birthday on Windy Hill" event, Blaze and Silver were on their way to Sonic's birthday party when they got kidnapped by Dr. Eggman. When the duo escaped their binds, a Death Egg drone attacked just as Team Sonic found them. After the united heroes destroyed the battle drone, Blaze and Silver helped Team Sonic search for Eggman elsewhere after offering their help. Once Sonic defeated Eggman, Blaze returned to the celebration where she wished Sonic a happy birthday.
Sonic Forces: Speed Battle
In Sonic Forces: Speed Battle, Blaze is a playable character who was added to the game's roster in the version 1.4.0 update. She has the following stats that are applied in gameplay:
On 23 January 2019, Blaze was re-released as "Lunar Blaze", a variant character of Blaze dressed in a Chinese qipao/cheongsam, as part of the 2.8.0 update. This character has the following stats in gameplay:
In Sonic Racing, Blaze is a playable character. She becomes available by reaching League 5.
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- Sonic Channel (Japanese). Characters: Blaze. Sega. Archived from the original on 26 May 2019. Retrieved on 3 July 2015.
- Devra Newberger Speregen (2016). Sonic: The Ultimate Character Guide. Scholastic. p. 38-39. ISBN 978-1338033243.
- Team Sonic Racing reveals first Story Mode details, new character Dodonpa (English). Brian(@NE_Brian). Nintendo Everything. Retrieved on 29 September 2018.
- Sonic Team, Dimps (14 September 2007). Sonic Rush Adventure. Nintendo DS. Sega. Area/Level: Deep Core. "Eggman Nega: It was your royal family that kept the scepter nice and safe for all these generations."
- Sonic Team, Dimps (November 15, 2005). Sonic Rush. Nintendo DS. Sega. Area/Level: Dead Line. "Blaze: What do you know? I am the guardian of the Sol Emeralds... It is a fate that forces me to live with my curse, my flames... Because of my powers, I have always been alone... It's also why I must do this alone! It is my responsibility!"
- BradyGames (1 November 2011). Sonic Generations Official Strategy Guide. BradyGames. p. 6. ISBN 978-0744013429. "Born with pyrokinesis, the ability to make flames, she endured a lot of teasing from other children due to her initial inability to control her gift. Seeing her abilities as a "curse" she became shy, withdrawn, and self-reliant."
- Sega. Sonic the Hedgehog European site. Characters: Blaze the Cat. Archived from the original on 15 March 2007. Retrieved on 5 May 2015. "Blaze is a queen from another dimension who protects and controls the Sol Emeralds - a role similar to that of Sonic and Knuckles combined. She has the power to control flames with her body, but since she was teased about it when she was younger, she wears a cape to disguise her abilities. However, when needed, she will toss the cape in a heartbeat."
- Sonic Team, Dimps (15 November 2005). Sonic Rush. Nintendo DS. Sega. Area/Level: Exception. "Burning Blaze: I understand now... My inherent power over fire... As princess, it is my duty to protect the Sol Emeralds. But because of my duty, I shut people out, and keep to myself... But trying to make it solely my responsibility, I put my world in danger. But then..."
- Sonic Team, Dimps (15 November 2005). Sonic Rush. Nintendo DS. Sega. Area/Level: Exception. "Eggman Nega: Hmph! Once we're at optimal strength, it'll be easy to get the Sol Emeralds back. A pity that Blaze has no idea how to use the emeralds."
- BradyGames (1 November 2011). Sonic Generations Official Strategy Guide. BradyGames. p. 6. ISBN 978-0744013429. "Blaze appeared in the future again, fighting the forces of the fire demon Iblis alongside Silver the Hedgehog."
- Team Sonic Racing One-shot, "Team Sonic Racing"
- Sega on Twitter (Japanese). Twitter (22 July 2020). Archived from the original on 22 July 2020. Retrieved on 10 April 2021.