- 1 History
- 2 Other game appearances
- 2.1 Super Smash Bros. series
- 2.2 Sonic and the Black Knight
- 2.3 Mario & Sonic series
- 2.4 Sonic Generations
- 2.5 Sonic Dash
- 2.6 Sonic Forces: Speed Battle
- 3 References
Jet was born into the Babylon clan of thieves known as the Babylon Rogues. He is a descendant of the Babylonians, an alien race that got stranded on Earth in ancient times and eventually became a legendary band of thieves which continued their legacy of theft for generations.
At some point, Jet became a member of the Babylon Rogues. When Jet's father retired from the Babylon Rogues, he passed down the position as leader of the Babylon Rogues and the Key to Babylon Garden to his son. Joined by Wave the Swallow and Storm the Albatross, the three of them formed the newest generation of Babylon Rogues and continued their clan's legacy of theft, with Jet taking leadership of his group.
During his carrier as one of the Babylon Rogues, Jet and his group achieved an infamous status. Jet's skills at Extreme Gear riding in particular became earned him an impressive reputation, eventually reaching the point where he was called the "Legendary Wind Master" and a legendary rogue. Meanwhile, Jet was determined to uncover the secret treasure in Babylon Garden, having heard the stories of the hidden treasure within it and that the Key to Babylon Garden could unlock it.
Sonic Riders series
In Sonic Riders, Jet was in his office when Storm and Wave informed him that Dr. Eggman had arrived with a proposition to him. As Eggman explained that he had come because Jet had the Key to Babylon Garden, Jet did not trust him. However, Eggman revealed that the Key to Babylon Garden could reveal Babylon Garden if they collected the seven Chaos Emeralds. Seeing this would let them to obtain the Treasure of Babylon, Jet agreed to work with Eggman. Though Eggman warned Sonic would get in their way, Jet was certain Sonic would be no trouble.
With the Babylon Rogues working with Eggman, the doctor hosted the EX World Grand Prix, where the contestants had to pay an entry free of one Chaos Emerald, and the winner got to claim all seven. All Jet and his team had to do was win the competition. Traveling to Future City, Jet and his team successfully stole a Chaos Emerald as an entry feed, when Sonic chased after Jet on Storm's Type-S. However, Jet quickly blew Sonic off the Type-S and escaped with his team.
After entering the EX World Grand Prix, Jet grew suspicious of Eggman's motives. Back at his office between the races, Jet was met by Storm, who apologized for losing to Knuckles in a race, and Wave. As Storm and Wave began to argue, Jet silenced them and told his suspicions about Eggman before sending Storm out to find anything Eggman could be hiding from them. Awaiting Storm's return in Green Cave, Jet remained relaxed while Wave kept fretting and lecturing him. Jet then noticed Sonic practicing his Extreme Gear skills nearby and snuck away to have fun taunting Sonic. Appearing before Sonic, Jet mocked his inability to master Extreme Gear before leaving.
After Jet made it to the finals, he and Wave met Storm at Sand Ruins, who had brought Eggman's diary. From it, Jet learned that the Treasure of Babylon was not a gem as Eggman made them believe, but actually the Babylonians' advanced technology, which the doctor hoped to use for world domination. Having no interest in that, Jet tried to leave, but Wave convinced him that the treasure could still be valuable, making stay in the competition.
At the finals, Jet mocked Sonic a final time before the race. At the end, Jet almost lost to Sonic, but Wave detonated a bomb under Sonic's Blue Star, allowing Jet to win. Mocking Sonic, Jet claimed the Chaos Emeralds and used them with the Key to Babylon Garden to reveal Babylon Garden. While jet was awestruck, Eggman snatched the Key to Babylon Garden from Jet to steal the treasure. Jet followed Eggman to Babylon Garden and pursued him on Extreme Gear when he met Sonic, who was after Eggman too. As such, the two raced each other to Eggman.
In the end, Jet lost to Sonic, who retrieved the Key to Babylon Garden. While Jet was too proud to accept it, perceiving it as an act of pity, Wave took it on behalf of him, which he reluctantly accepted. The Babylon Rogues then entered Babylon Garden to get the treasure, but accidentally awoke the Babylon Guardian. With the timely arrival of Team Sonic and Amy, however, Jet and the others defeated the Guardian and found the Treasure of Babylon, which was a Magic Carpet, much to Eggman's disappointment, though Jet was still fascinated by his ancestry. With the ordeal over, Jet told Sonic to be ready when they met again before leaving with his team.
Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity
In Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity, a few months after the EX World Grand Prix, Jet and his team were on a treasure hunt to Gigan Rocks to find an Ark of the Cosmos, an engine unit for Babylon Garden. There, Jet deactivates the ruin's trap and took the Ark of the Cosmos. When a shooting star then appeared, Jet wished for the power to beat Sonic, only for some falling meteors to create tremors that triggered the trap, dropping some boulders down on them. However, Jet somehow activated the Ark of the Cosmos, saving himself and his team, and he realized he could beat Sonic with it.
Back on the Babylon Rogues' airship, Jet overheard Wave's analysis of the Ark of the Cosmos and that there were five them in all. Jet then ordered Wave to make a radar to find the rest when Storm suddenly came with a news report saying that a SCR-GP stole an Ark of the Cosmos from the Megalo City Museum. Jet ordered Storm to take them to Megalo Station.
Arriving in Monopole, Jet tracked down the SCR-GP with the Ark of the Cosmos and made it crash, but lost track of its Ark of the Cosmos. Searching the ground, Jet saw that Sonic, Knuckles, Tails and Amy were there as well, and that they had the Ark of the Cosmos. Just as he was exploding with anger, Jet was joined by Wave and Storm. Having overheard Sonic and his friends' conversation about going to MeteorTech, Jet and his team went ahead to gather information. Arriving at MeteorTech, Jet repelled the security robots with his Ark of the Cosmos, before meeting Sonic and ordering Amy to hand over the Ark of the Cosmos. Jet then challenged Sonic to a race, but as more robots showed up, Sonic and his friends left, and Jet following them.
Racing the blue blur to the control room, Jet and the others found Dr. Eggman, who was revealed to own MeteorTech. The doctor revealed that MeteorTech's mother computer contained an Ark of the Cosmos and that the robots currently on a global rampage were collecting more Arks of the Cosmos, which Jet knew that was due to the artifacts' influence. No sooner, Jet remembered that Amy still had the Ark of the Cosmos, only to discover that she was gone and currently being chased by Storm and SCR-HD on a video screen. Returning the air airship, Jet awaited Storm's arrival and was pleased when the albatross returned with two Arks of the Cosmos. Jet then heard Wave's description of an ancient Babylonian text about a "lightless black" tied to the Arks of the Cosmos, but had little interest in it. Just then, Jet discovered that their two Arks of the Cosmos had been stolen by Eggman, who planned to use them to take control of the world's robots and conquer the world. Wasting no time, the Babylon Rogues followed Eggman.
Arriving at the Crimson Tower, Jet and his team met Sonic and his friends soon after. Just as Sonic was about to leave to stop Eggman, Jet cut him off and challenged him to a race to Eggman, with the prize being all the Arks of the Cosmos and title of the fastest in the universe, which Sonic accepted.
The race eventually came to a draw, as both Jet and Sonic stopped Eggman at the same time, and stopped the robot rampage. After Babylon Garden appeared due to all Arks of the Cosmos being present, Jet was bewildered when Sonic handed over his Arks of the Cosmos. Jet accused Sonic of running away from their unsettled race, but Sonic promised to settle it at the World Grand Prix. Shortly after however, SCR-HD appeared and took all five Arks of the Cosmos to Babylon Garden, which transformed it into Astral Babylon and made it form a black hole, the "lightless black", that threatened to consume the planet. The Babylon Rogues and Team Sonic went to Astral Babylon to stop the back hole's engine, where they faced and defeated Master Core: ABIS, saving the world.
After this, Jet talked with Wave of how he was content on staying on Earth, especially since he wanted to settle his rivalry with Sonic, and took off with his team. Later on, Jet found Sonic in Monopole and challenged him to a new race through the city, which Sonic accepted.
Sonic Free Riders
In Sonic Free Riders, Jet and the Babylon Rogues entered the newest World Grand Prix as Team Babylon, hosted by Dr. Eggman to seek fame. When Omochao interviewed the team, Jet was confident in his skills and that the only competitor that mattered to him was Sonic.
For the first race, Team Babylon faced Team Dark, who Jet thought were overconfident. During their face-off though, Jet admitted to Shadow and Rouge that they were good. Regardless, Team Babylon still beat Team Dark, with Jet noting how blind his opponents were to their faults and that only Sonic could provide him a suitable challenge.
In their next race, Team Babylon faced Team Rose. As Team Babylon slowly secured their victory, Jet believed it could not go any different for them. Sure enough, Team Babylon beat Team Rose, who Jet taunted for their poor skills.
Having advanced to the finals, Team Babylon squared off against Team Heroes for the championship, with Jet's only interest being to face Sonic. When the time came for Jet and his team to race Team Heroes for the championship, Jet grew suspicious that Wave had messed with Team Heroes' Extreme Gears. After his team won, Jet tried to smear his victory in Sonic's face (without luck), but then heard Team Heroes had technical trouble, which Jet thought Wave was behind. Now not feeling right about his victory, Jet called a rematch with Sonic, intending to claim an absolute fair victory. With Sonic accepting the rematch, Jet beat Sonic in the following race, securing his team's victory. As Team Babylon were hailed as victors, Jet promising Sonic a future rematch.
During the World Grand Prix, Team Babylon lost a number of times to the other teams as well, with Jet remaining confident before the race only to get upset when losing. At the end of the tournament, Jet and the other teams came to the awards ceremony to collect their prizes, but Eggman made them have a final race against his "ultimate Gear-Jockey robot". After the race, Eggman revealed that he used the World Grand Prix to gather the riders' racing data with his E-10000 robots to create the ultimate Extreme Gear which he could use for his own agenda, before challenging Jet and the others to a race. However, Eggman lost the race and Jet mocked the scientist's genius. Suddenly, however, Jet witnessed Metal Sonic reveal himself as the one controlling the participant E-10000B and passing fake data to Eggman, while taking the real data himself to beat Sonic in Extreme Gear riding. Jet and the others then watched Sonic and Metal Sonic race each other, with Sonic winning.
With Metal Sonic's defeat, the World Grand Prix came to a close and it was revealed the prizes were fake. While Wave and Storm remained upset about wasting their time, Jet remained optimistic, as he still had a good time at the end of the day.
Other game appearances
Super Smash Bros. series
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Jet appears as a collectible trophy and sticker.
|Image||Name||Page||ID||Area of Effect||Effect||User|
|Jet The Hawk (Sonic Riders)||Jet the Hawk (Sonic Riders)||278||696||Leg||Attack +17||Everyone|
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, Jet appears as a trophy in both versions of the game:
|Jet||Jet the Hawk||Series Related||N/A||Jet the Hawk, a.k.a. the Legendary Wind Master, has a lot of cool stuff going for him besides his name. He's amazing on his Extreme Gear, a flying skateboard. Unfortunately, he's no hero—he leads thieves called the Babylon Rogues, and he can't stand losing to Sonic in anything.||Being known as the Legendary Wing Master is pretty cool on its own, but to earn that title by being the greatest at riding flying skateboards called Extreme Gear? That's awesome! He's the cocky leader of the Babylon Rogues, a group of thieves, and he can't stand losing to Sonic.||Random|
|Jet||Jet the Hawk||Series Related||Jet the Hawk, a.k.a. the Legendary Wind Master, has a lot of cool stuff going for him besides his name. He's amazing on his Extreme Gear, a flying skateboard. Unfortunately, he's no hero—he leads thieves called the Babylon Rogues, and he can't stand losing to Sonic in anything.||Being known as the Legendary Wing Master is pretty cool on its own, but to earn that title by being the greatest at riding flying skateboards called Extreme Gear? That's awesome! He's the cocky leader of the Babylon Rogues, a group of thieves, and he can't stand losing to Sonic.||Random|
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Jet appears as a Support Spirit with the following characteristics:
|Enemy Fighter(s)||Enemy Power||Stage||Battle conditions|
|Jet the Hawk||★★★ (Ace)||N/A||Summon with cores from Pidgey and Akari Hayami|
Sonic and the Black Knight
Jet appears as Sir Lamorak in the Wii-exclusive video game, Sonic and the Black Knight. Although he doesn't appear in the main story mode, he's unlockable afterward, and uses two twin swords. Like Gawain, his Soul Surge is Gail Meteor. He is unlocked by obtaining five Mastery Stars in Great Megalith and it is only for multiplayer.
Mario & Sonic series
Jet has made constant appearances in the Mario & Sonic series, first as a rival in the Winter Olympic Games, the London Olympic Games, and the Sochi Olympic Winter Games, before becoming an unlockable playable character in the Rio Olympic Games and the Tokyo Olympic Games. His voice clips in the Winter Games recycle Jason Griffith's portrayal of him from Sonic Riders, while his voice clips in all subsequent entries recycle Michael Yurchack's portrayal of him from Sonic Free Riders
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games
In the Wii version of the game, Jet is the third rival encountered in the Festival Mode's Single Mode and the fifth rival encountered in the Festival Mode's Team Mode. Here, he will appear out of nowhere to challenge the playable character(s) to the Snowboard Cross event at the end of Day 7 in Single Mode and Day 11 in Team Mode. She he win his events, he will that he is the best and do a victory dance.
In Adventure Tours mode in the Nintendo DS version of the game, Jet appears as an opponent in a specific event. In this mode, Jet has taken up residence in Cubyrinth where he awaits Sonic's arrival. When Sonic finally comes, Jet challenges him to a Deluxe Halfpipe event; if the player can defeat him, they can proceed with the adventure. After being defeated, Jet runs away while promising that he would be back for a rematch. If the player quits the Jet's challenge however, Jet will exclaim that the event was "too easy" and do a victory dance.
Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games
In the Wii version of the game, Jet appears as one of the rivals in London Party Mode. Here, the player can speak to Jet while exploring London in Free Time to activate a Bonus Event, which will make him engage the player in a Rival Showdown featuring a Dream Discus event. Defeating him will reward the player with a Sticker. Also, a Mii costume based on Jet 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, Jet appears as both a non-playable character and rival in the game's story mode. During the events of this mode, Jet would fly around London Bridge on his Extreme Gear, eventually flying over the heads of Sonic, Tails, Shadow, Silver and Yoshi, who soon cornered him. Tails and Yoshi asked him if he knew anything about the fog infesting London., Jet said that he knew nothing about it. However, he suspected Sonic had something to do with it. Jet then heard that the group was looking for the Fog Machines producing the fog. As Yoshi asked of he wanted to join them, Jet declined in favor of finding it himself so he and the Babylon Rogues could profile from it. When the others refused to let him do that, Jet ended up accepting an Olympic challenge from Shadow. After losing in the 3000m Steeplechase event, Jet conceded to helping the others. After leading the group to the Fog Machine, Jet tried to destroy it, only to bounce off it. After that, the group met Bowser Jr., who was guarding the Fog Machine. After Shadow, Yoshi and Silver took care of Bowser Jr. and destroyed the Fog Machine, Jet decided they should split, although not before suggesting to the others that should investigate other foggy areas in London, and pointed Sonic and Tails towards the British Museum. Sometime after the Phantasmal Fog returned to London in a stronger form, Jet, Shadow, Silver and Yoshi would clear out the fog on the London Bridge, which they later reported back to Sonic and Mario about during their showdown with Dr. Eggman and Bowser. Jet in particular looked forward to challenge Sonic at the games once he was done. After everything was back to normal, Jet would appear at the opening ceremony for the Olympic Games.
In the Nintendo 3DS version of the game, a badge of Jet 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. Jet appears as rival boss character, and can be encountered during Legends Showdown. Here, the player faces him in Area 3, where he must be defeated in a Snowboard Parallel Giant Slalom event. Also, a Mii costume based on Jet can be unlocked in the game.
Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games
In the Wii U version of the game, Jet is a guest character that is only playable in certain events. To unlock him, the player must defeat him in a Football event when he challenges them to a tournament match on Copacabana Beach. Also, a Mii costume set based on Jet can be unlocked in the game by completing Jet's Carnival Challenge. However, it must be collected in two separate parts, each with their own stat changes.
In the Wii U version of the game, Jet has the following characteristics, description and icons:
|Icon||Skill Type||Stats||Playable Event(s)||Biography||Flag|
||Jet is the leader of the Babylon Rogues, and Sonic's rival when it comes to "Extreme Gear" racing. His mastery of the board is so impressive, he's earned himself the name of "Legendary Wind Master". When he's not seeking treasure, he's looking for new speed challenges. The pace and technical skill required in ball sports caught his eye, and he intends to add a few Olympic medals to his collection.|
In the Nintendo 3DS version of the game, Jet is an unlockable main roster character that is only playable in certain events. To unlock him, the player must beat him in the Football Plus event on Day 7 of Sonic's Story in Road to Rio mode. He also has the following characteristics:
|Artwork||Stats||Playable Event(s)||Challenged in Road to Rio?|
||Sonic's Story Day 7 (unlock challenge)|
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
In the Nintendo Switch version of the game, Jet is a guest character that is only playable in the Football event. To unlock him, the player must defeat Jet in Football as Knuckles in Chapter 15 of the game's story mode. In this mode, Jet was searching the Olympic Stadium for Sonic, who had promised a penalty kick shootout with him. Eventually, he came across Tails and Luigi, whom he told to clear out from the field as the football match was about to begin. As he wondered where Sonic was though, Tails and Luigi explained that Sonic was trapped inside the dying Tokyo '64 gaming system, and that they needed the cheers from the crowd to charge the replacement battery for it. To create the necessary cheers, Knuckles challenged Jet to a Football match. When Jet lost, he blamed the outcome on luck.
In the Nintendo Switch version of the game, Jet has the following characteristics:
|Icon||Skill Type||Biography||Wears unique clothing|
|Speed||Jet rides on a hovering board called Extreme Gear. Just like a surfer catches a wave, he can catch the wind and reach incredible speeds!||✓|
In the console/PC version of Sonic Generations, Jet appears as a statue in the hidden Statue Room. Also, in the Nintendo 3DS version of Sonic Generations, Jet makes a small cameo appearance on a bonus artwork in the Collection Room.
|Image||Affinity Bonus||Upgrade Profile|
Sonic Forces: Speed Battle
Jet is one of the playable characters in Sonic Forces: Speed Battle who was added to the game's roster in the version 2.1.0 update. He has the following gameplay characteristics:
On 3 October 2019, Jet was re-released as "Ice Slicer Jet", a variant character of Jet dressed in an ice hockey-inspired costume as a part of the 2.13.0 update. Unlike Jet, Ice Slicer Jet does not ride Extreme Gear but performs in ice skates instead. This character has the following stats in gameplay:
- Sega. Sonic Channel (Japanese). Characters: Jet. Archived from the original on 26 May 2019. Retrieved on 30 August 2014.
- Devra Newberger Speregen (2016). Sonic: The Ultimate Character Guide. Scholastic. p. 53. ISBN 978-1338033243.
- "Are you Jet, the legendary rogue? Your reputation precedes you." - Dr. Eggman taking to Jet in Sonic Riders
- Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity (Nintendo Wii) European manual, p. 3