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The '''Egg Spear'''<ref>{{cite book |author=Kaizen Media Group |title=Shadow the Hedgehog: Prima Official Game Guide |publisher=Prima Games |page=91 |chapter=Appendix |date=22 November 2005 |isbn=978-0761551959}}</ref> is a recurring weapon in the [[Sonic the Hedgehog series|''Sonic the Hedgehog'' series]]. They are spears used primarily by the [[Egg Pawn]] family of the [[Eggman Empire]].
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The '''Egg Spear'''<ref>{{cite book |author=Kaizen Media Group |title=Shadow the Hedgehog: Prima Official Game Guide |publisher=Prima Games |page=91 |chapter=Appendix |date=22 November 2005 |isbn=978-0761551959}}</ref> is a recurring object in the [[Sonic the Hedgehog series|''Sonic the Hedgehog'' series]]. They are spears used primarily by the [[Egg Pawn]] family of the [[Eggman Empire]].
   
 
==Description==
 
==Description==

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The Egg Spear[1] is a recurring object in the Sonic the Hedgehog series. They are spears used primarily by the Egg Pawn family of the Eggman Empire.

Description

Despite its name, the Egg Spears resemble more the stereotypical lance. They are quite long by comparison, easily over twice an Egg Pawn's height in length. Possessing a long and white, cone-shaped head with a sharp point, they have a large and round orange vamplate and a thin orange and grey grip. Over time, the Egg Spears' vamplates have gotten thicker and their heads have received an orange tip.

Game appearances

Sonic Heroes

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Egg Pawns and Solid Pawns with Egg Spears in Sonic Heroes.

The Egg Spears first appeared in Sonic Heroes alongside the Egg Pawns themselves as one of the standard weapons wielded by several Egg Pawns, Solid Pawns and Egg Knights. In gameplay, the enemies attack the player with the Egg Spears by simply charging into the playable characters with them. Touching the Egg Spears, even when the enemies are standing idly by, will harm the player.

Shadow the Hedgehog

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Shadow wielding an Egg Spear.

In Shadow the Hedgehog, the Egg Spear appeared as a close combat-type weapon usable to both enemies and the player. In gameplay, they are only found in certain Stages, like Sky Troops or Circus Park, where they can be wielded by Egg Pawns who will use them against the player.

Egg Spears can be dropped by defeated enemies that wield them or released from containers. Touching them will make Shadow pick them up automatically and pressing PSSquareButton/SNNBGAMECUBEDISCO/XboxX (whether on the ground or in mid-air) makes him attack with them. As a close combat weapon, the Egg Spear is designed for face-to-face combat. A Egg Spear can be attacked with a total of six times and once those tries are spent, it becomes useless. However, it can be reloaded with another six attacks by picking up another Egg Spear.

Sonic Colors

In the Wii version of Sonic Colors, the Egg Spear received a slight update in design. In this game, it is a weapon used against the player by certain Egg Pawns, who will use them for close-up thrusts instead of charging them into the player like in Sonic Heroes. Unlike most other Egg Pawn weapons in this game, the Egg Spears can appear in multiple Areas, regardless of the local theme.

Sonic Generations

In the console/PC version of Sonic Generations, the Egg Spear retains its design from Sonic Colors. Again, it is a weapon used by the Egg Pawns, this time exclusively by those in Seaside Hill Act 1 and 2. Like in Sonic Colors, the Egg Pawns used them for close-up thrusts when attacking the player. In Seaside Hill Act 1 in particular, the Egg Spears glow when they are attacked with.

References

  1. Kaizen Media Group (22 November 2005). "Appendix". Shadow the Hedgehog: Prima Official Game Guide. Prima Games. p. 91. ISBN 978-0761551959.

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