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This location exists primarily within the Sonic X continuity.
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For other subjects named "Emerald", see Emerald.

Emerald Coast is a location that appears in the anime series Sonic X and its comic series published by Archie Comics. It is a beach at Station Square which is designated as a public resort for citizens.




At some point, Chris's family purchased a beachside villa located in an area of the Emerald Coast where the public did not wander around often.

New World Saga

When Chris had to attend the opening ceremony of Hotel de Blanc, which was located just off the coast from the mainland, Tails, Amy, Cream and Cheese were allowed to stay at Chris's family's villa in the meantime. Excited about visiting the beach, Tails, Amy, Cream and Cheese set off in the X Tornado to Emerald Coast. Sonic, however, initially refused to go to the Emerald Coast along with his friends, mainly because he hates water.[1]

When Tails, Amy, Cream and Cheese arrived at their designated spot at the Emerald Coast, the group immediately settled into their resort activities such as swimming, taking a stroll and building sandcastles. However, at the hotel's opening ceremony, Dr. Eggman and his E-38 Octoron attacked the resort, scaring the guests away. Eggman then ordered an army of E-39 Quizons to demolish the resort and remodel it into an amusement park, "Eggman's Scream Park". Sonic heard of this and took off towards the Emerald Coast to stop the mad scientist's plan.[1]

Archie Comics

300 years ago, there lived a pirate named Captain Seamus "Red-Eye" MacGuffin who terrorized the Emerald Coast, plundered coastal towns and robbed any ships he encountered on the sea.[2]

When Nelson and Lindsey decided to come home for a visit, the two of them had decided to spend a day with Chris and his friends at their villa at Emerald Coast. While Chris, Tails, Amy, Cream and Cheese were excited about it, Sonic did not go on the trip.[3]



See also


  1. 1.0 1.1 Yoshimura, Kiyoko (1 November 2003). "The Last Resort". Sonic X. Season 1. Episode 9.
  2. Sonic X #2, "See Sonic! Sea Battle! See Sonic Sea Battle!"
  3. 3.0 3.1 Sonic X #1, "Savings and Groan".
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