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When the doctor was located, Sonic was about to follow him on foot when he was given the Blue Star II by Tails, saying that he had prepared it in case something like this happened. Thanking Tails for the new Extreme Gear, Sonic used it to pursue Eggman. As the same time, Sonic met Jet the Hawk, who was after the doctor as well. Seeing this as a rematch for the finals, Sonic engaged Jet in a race to the doctor with the Blue Star II, and eventually claimed victory.
As an upgraded version of the original Blue Star, the Blue Star II strongly resembles the latter. Like the Blue Star, the Blue Star II resembles a blue board with a recess on the front, a yellow stripe ringing around it and a grey foot panel with striations on top. However, the Blue Star II has a sleeker and longer shape than the Blue Star, with double exhaust ports on the rear, the yellow stripe running more along the outer edges and has white highlights alongside its foot panel.
Abilities and traits
As a Board-type Extreme Gear in Sonic Riders, the Blue Star II is well-balanced in its attributes with average statistics, an average rate of fuel-consumption and is suited for general riding.
Like most other character exclusive Extreme Gear, the Blue Star does not possess any unique abilities. In comparison to the Blue Star, the Blue Star II focuses more on speed, but lacks greater movement control.
Despite Tails claiming to have made the Blue Star II, its description says it was produced by Robotnik Corp.
This is one of only two character specific Extreme Gear to not be available when the character is unlocked, the second being the Chaos Emerald.
Sonic is the only character to have an upgraded version of his original Extreme Gear.