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Cream performs a cheer that distracts the opposing team.

— Description, Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood[1]

Demoralize (コンヒューズ Konhyūzu?, lit. "Confuse") is a POW move used by Cream the Rabbit in Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood. When performing this move, Cream performs a cheer that inflicts distracted on all enemies.


When performing Demoralize, Cream first walks up in front of the opposing team. Cream then performs a cheer for the opposing team, which is meant to distract the enemies, by swinging her upper body to the left, then right, and finishes off by doing a twirl in mid-air. After finishing her cheer, Cream will give off green sparks and then return to her position on her side of the battlefield.

In gameplay, when performing Demoralize, the player is able to inflict distracted on all enemies present on the opposing side of the battlefield. The higher the level of Demoralize is, the greater effect will the distracted status  effect have on the opponents it inflicts.

Real-Time Interaction

When performing Demoralize in gameplay, the player has to complete a series of real-time events by performing certain actions on the Touch Screen, in order to execute Demoralize optimally. For these actions, the player has to touch the inside of eight circles in succession when the outer circles overlap the inner circles. Missing or not touching these circles correctly will result in Cream failing to perform Demoralize.


Level PP Cost Damage Effect
I 5 No damage Distracted 1 (all enemies)
II 5 No damage Distracted 2 (all enemies)
III 5 No damage Distracted 3 (all enemies)


  1. Official in-game description.

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