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Major Mustard's 41-Flavor Ice Cream Emporium: A location on Mobius. After Tails had eaten his full at a restaurant in Wienerville, the waitress suggested for him to go to Major Mustard's 41-Flavor Ice Cream Emporium next.
Rent-a-Stove: A place where one can use a stove to heat up their food. One time, Breezie sent Sonic to Rent-a-Stove in order to heat up her chili dog.
Lady Agitha: An aristocrat who once attended the debutante ball.
Lord Ambrey: An aristocrat who once attended the debutante ball.
Miffy Squinkington: A female Mobian. While attending an event organized by Robotnik, a woman who was with Bartleby noticed Miffy and questioned why the doctor would have invited her.
Mobian Megawhale: A species of whale. Not much is known of this animal, although the Royal Hedgehog Crest compares the Sand Snakes of Hamarapi to Mobian Megawhales in size. Given their namesake, the species is most likely a type of large whale.
Mobian Muskrat: A species of rodents native to Mobius. According to Sleet, Mobian Muskrats are extremely stupid.
Marsh of Melador: An area outside of Robotropolis. After reuniting after years of being apart, the Sonic Underground left Robotropolis, with the Marsh of Melador being one of the locations they traveled through upon their departure.
Miss Mordue: A human who works as the Thorndyke family's cook at their summer cottage. In the present day, it is implied that, like all the other inhabitants of her town, she was possessed by a ghost during King Boom Boo's stay in town.
Mister Yoggy: A human who works as the Thorndyke family's cook at their summer cottage. In the present day, it is implied that, like all the other inhabitants of her town, he was possessed by a ghost during King Boom Boo's stay in town.
Vivian: Presumably a human female. It would appear as though Jerome Wise has some sort of romantic relationship with her, as he has been shown dreaming of her while sleeping and making kissing gestures. After losing his job as the President's assistant. Jerome seems to be searching for Vivian for unknown reasons.
Alaska: A state located on the northern hemisphere of Earth.
Silver Star Retirement Home: A retirement home on Earth for the elderly people. Upon the request of Nelson Thorndyke, several members of the Silver Star Retirement Home left to tutor Sonic and his friends in relaxation while they were on a cruise.
Sweden: A country in the northern hemisphere of Earth.
Yamato University: A university that was once attended by Mr. Tanaka. In the past, Mister Tanaka attended Yamato University as a student, where he partook in Dr. Cadberry's classes.
Chaos Drive (Sonic X): An object of importance from over fifty years ago. Not much is known about the Chaos Drives and what they are capable of. According to Gerald's diary, it was a pseudo-perputual mobile created by Professor Gerald Robotnik himself.
Rubinite: A very rare type of metal that is used to fuel machinery. It was previously believed that there was none left on Earth. Alexander Pell discovered some Rubinite and used it to power a warp ray that could shrink things to a sub-atomic level.
Admiral Doom: A historic supervillain on Seaside Island who once fought Captain Hero. While the outcome of their battle is unknown, the facts from it would be used as study material for students in Evil Science classes.
Captain Hero: A historic superhero on Seaside Island who once fought Admiral Doom. While the outcome of their battle is unknown, the facts from it would be used as study material for students in Evil Science classes.
Crybot: A robot created by Dr. Eggman and is regarded as one of the lamest creations the doctor has come up with. As an Eggman robot, Crybot is able to receive power remotely from Eggman's lair. However, because Crybot relies on the lair for a steady power flow. it means that if the lair runs out of power, then so will Crybot.Team Sonic has shown some familiarity with Crybot, though the nature of their relationship is unknown.
Doctor Eggman (Morpho's dimension): Dr. Eggman's counterpart from a parallel dimension. A genius-leveled robot engineer and designer, this Eggman created a shapeshifting robot named Morpho. However, he eventually had an accident that caused his entire dimension to blow up. The Sonic Boom World Eggman has described him as a "dunce". Whether or not this Eggman survived the destruction of his dimension is unknown.
Eggman (Doctor Eggman's father): The father of the world-renowned supervillain Dr. Eggman, who was seemingly named after him. Not much is known about Eggman, although his son made some desperate attempts in the past to earn his approval. According to his son, Eggman was a very oppressive man.
Gigglesnorts: An improve troupe that Dr. Eggman was once a member of. Exercises they would play included "Zip, Zap or Zop" to practice how to think fast.
Lamebot: A robot created by Dr. Eggman and is considered one of the lamest creations the doctor has come up with, hence its name. Team Sonic has shown some familiarity with Lamebot, though the nature of their relationship is unknown.
Mathbot: A robot created by Dr. Eggman and is viewed as one of the lamest creations the doctor has come up with. Team Sonic has shown some familiarity with Mathbot, though the nature of their relationship is unknown.
Rock Transport Bot: A robot created by Dr. Eggman which specializes in rock transportation. When Dr. Eggman needed someone to bring rocks for his garden, Rock Transport Bot was passed over in favor of Orbot and Cubot. As an Eggman robot, Rock Transport Bot is able to receive power remotely from Eggman's lair. However, because Rock Transport Bot relies on the lair for a steady power flow. it means that if the lair runs out of power, then so will Rock Transport Bot.
Sea Witch: A female hippopotamus mentioned in Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric. She is the mother of Salty and Pepper. As implied by her name and Amy, the Sea Witch is not exactly a lovely person. When Sonic first heard of the Sea Witch, he mistook her for Pepper's boat. It is implied by Pepper that it is a common misassumption.
Spoonbot: A robot created by Dr. Eggman and is viewed as one of the lamest creations the doctor has come up with. As an Eggman robot, Spoonbot is able to receive power remotely from Eggman's lair. However, because Spoonbot relies on the lair for a steady power flow. it means that if the lair runs out of power, then so will Spoonbot.Team Sonic has shown some familiarity with Spoonbot, though the nature of their relationship is unknown.
Suzanne: A vacuum and the cousin of Cubot. Suzanne is described as a suck-up in behavior, though not to the same degree as Dave the Intern.
Tannous: The uncle of Miles "Tails" Prower's neighbor. When suffering from insomnia, Tannous has a habit trying to fluff his pillow to get comfortable and then get up for a drink of water.
Casino Night Zone (Sonic Boom): An unspecified region on earth. At some point, Dr. Eggman spent a weekend in Casino Night Zone, but cannot remember what he did during his trip. Allegedly, Eggman did something so unmentionable that Cubot later insisted it remained confidential.
Danger Falls: An area on Seaside Island which, as its name implies, is dangerous to cross over without the proper survival skills. Supposedly, it lies on route to Hidden Meadows.
Doomsday Bunker:Sticks the Badger's personal bunker for hiding from apocalyptic events (which she has yet to use). Deeming Sonic's Mech Suit unstoppable, Sticks prepared to hide in her Doomsday Bunker. However, her plans were dashed when Tails found a way to stop the mech suit.
Hazard Jungle: A region on Seaside Island which, as its name implies, is dangerous to travel through without the proper survival skills. Supposedly, it lies on route to Hidden Meadows.
Jeopardy Lake: A location on Seaside Island which, as its name implies, is dangerous to travel through without the proper survival skills. Supposedly, it lies on route to Hidden Meadows.
Lake Yenny Haha: A lake area where someone has to go to and bathe in some specific mud to undo the curse of eleven years of bad luck from a mauve-colored, seven-legged spider.
Peril River: A river on Seaside Island which, as its name implies, is dangerous to travel through without the proper survival skills. Supposedly, it lies on route to Hidden Meadows.
Pleasant Gardens: A region on Seaside Island. According to Sticks, it is a dangerous place to travel through without the proper survival skills despite its name. Supposedly, it lies on route to Hidden Meadows.
Stuff Mart: A trading center where one can get big-screen TVs. Stuff Mart was once contacted by the Comedy Chimp Show, who asked them to donate free TVs to its studio audience. Stuff Mart declined however, forcing the Comedy Chimp Show to buy their own prize.
Chaos Titans: Enigmatic entities mentioned by the "first spark." In ancient times, the Chaos Titans "drove back" the darkness that was present. However, their actions unfavorably changed those of the "first spark", including Chip.
E-107 Theta: The eight unit in the E-100 Series, created by Dr. Eggman. Created sometime between 3236 and 3237, it was eventually tracked to the Robotropolis underground facilities where the hazardous environment caused Gamma to loss track of Theta. Gamma assumed it was destroyed and its mobini battery freed.
E-110 Lambda (Pre-Super Genesis Wave): The eleventh unit in the E-100 Series, created by Dr. Eggman. Created sometime between 3236 and 3237, it was eventually tracked to its station on the Efrikan continent by E-102 Gamma, whom Lambda fled from for eighty-three hours before ending up getting destroyed by Gamma, which freed its mobini battery.
E-113 Xi (Pre-Super Genesis Wave): The fourteenth unit in the E-100 Series, created by Dr. Eggman. Created sometime between 3236 and 3237, it was eventually tracked to its station on the Yurashia/Efrika border by E-102 Gamma, who destroyed it and freed its mobini battery. After the battle Gamma surmised his creator was actively trying to destroy him.
E-114 Omicron: The fifteenth unit in the E-100 Series, created by Dr. Eggman. Created sometime between 3236 and 3237, it was ambushed by E-102 Gamma in a mountainous region of Yurashia. Omicron forced Gamma to hide with an aerial bombardment, attacking for 163.5 hours until its ammunition was depleted, whereupon Gamma destroyed it and freed its mobini battery.
E-116 Rho: The sixteenth unit in the E-100 Series, created by Dr. Eggman. Created sometime between 3236 and 3237, it ambushed E-102 Gamma from the ocean during the latter's return from Yurashia. In the end, Gamma destroyed Rho and freed its mobini battery.
E-117 Sigma: The eighteenth unit in the E-100 Series, created by Dr. Eggman. Created sometime between 3236 and 3237, it was eventually tracked to its station in Old Megaopolis by E-102 Gamma, who fought him. During the battle Gamma was infected with Zero Viruses, causing it to receive multiple liberation confirmations, but it continued its pursuit of Sigma regardless and destroyed it, freeing its mobini battery. E-117 Sigma possessing the Zero Virus is a reference to the Mega Man X character Sigma, who was affected by the Zero Virus, a sub virus of the Maverick Virus in the Mega Man X universe.
E-122 Psi: The twenty-third unit in the E-100 Series, created by Dr. Eggman. Created sometime between 3236 and 3237, it presented itself to E-102 Gamma in Deerwood Forest and surrendered itself to Gamma, who destroyed it and freed its mobini battery. This act made Gamma experience surprise, pity, and a new variant of regret for the first time, which he logged into his databanks.
Irving Pavlov: The second cousin of Colin and Julian Kintobor. The latter remembered him for being able to make dogs salivate at the sound of a bell. Irving Pavlov is likely a throwaway reference to the real life Ivan Pavlov.
Mazuri Separatists: A group from Mazuri that are apparently opposed to King Sonic's rule. Apparently, they pose big enough of a threat for Knuckles, Julie-Su, Mace, and Vector to go and attempt peace negotiations with the group, specifically with one known as "Bill".
Maximillian Acorn (Light Mobius): The Light Mobius counterpart of Mobius Prime's Maximillian Acorn. Before the crisis that resulted in the alteration of the timeline, Maximillian remained the ruler of Mobius for the first two years of Sonic and Sally's marriage. According to Sally, Sonic did not mind it and would have been happy if she had given up the crown. This information was not well-known, as some people, such as Julie-Su, thought that Sonic became king just after the wedding.
Min & Mum: A pair of tiny robot minions on Captain Whisker's pirate crew who accompany Whisker. Alongside Captain Whisker and Johnny, Min and Mum have plagued Blaze's world in the Sol Zone. Min and Mum's names are a play on the word "minimum."
Nicholas O'Tyme: A rumored great and powerful owl spirit who protects the Time Stones, and is the one who decides who may use them. Nicholas O'Tyme is most likely based off the Keeper of the Time Stones from the Sonic the Hedgehog television series. His name is a pun based on the old saying "in the nick of time".
Octopod (Archie): A species of aquatic creatures known to inhabit Moebius. Anti-Sally and Anti-Bunny survived an encounter with them after being knocked into a toxic pool containing them by Anti-Sonic. They tried to get revenge for this, but mistakenly attacked Sonic Prime.
Webster Dickens: A mobian author know for his quote "It was the best of times, it was the not so best of times." Both Webster's name and quote are based on that of the real-life author Charles Dickens.
Wisp (Pre-Super Genesis Wave): An alien species that Sonic once met in the reality created by the second Genesis Wave.
Land of the Sky (Archie): A region on Planet Freedom, formed after Chaos Knuckles altered reality. However, its existence was short-lived, as history would return to normal shortly after the its creation.
Priscilla: A coastal town located in the northernmost region of Downunda. The Priscilla was founded as a colony for the Kingdom of Acorn and thus, like the rest of Downunda, defers to it. King Reginald Acorn met his wife during a visit to the colony, while his grandson Sebastian Acorn would help stabilize the continent and presumably ensure the colony's survival and safety.
South Island (Pre-Super Genesis Wave): An island found on Mobius. South Island was one of several stops that King Maximillian Acorn had scheduled on his world tour to raise support against the Eggman Empire. The location is based off the same island where several Sonic video games are set in.
EggBuck: The official currency of the Eggman Empire. However, due to very few people trading with them, they are worth next to nothing, with a warehouse full of useless EggBucks existing somewhere on Sonic's World.
Time Stone (Archie): A set of seven artifacts hosted on Little Planet which allow their users to manipulate time. The Time Stones were sought by Dr. Eggman during his attempt to conquer the Little Planet. However, he was thwarted in his efforts by Sonic the Hedgehog, which allowed the Little Planet to time travel as usual and disappear from above Sonic's World. The Time Stones are based on the objects from Sonic the Hedgehog CD.
UFO (Archie): Machines built by Dr. Eggman to find the Time Stones. Dr. Eggman would build UFOs in order to find the fabled Time Stones on Little Planet in his plan for conquest. The UFOs are based on the objects that appear in Sonic the Hedgehog CD.
Professor Neinstein: A famous Mobian physicist. During his career, Neinstein created an energy absorption and transmission device that could swap the powers of one person with another's. After his death, Dr. Robotnik learned of his invention and stole it for his own use. Neinstein's name is a parody of Albert Einstein's name.
Tekno the Canary (Mirror Zone): An alternate version of Tekno the Canary from the Mirror Zone. Tekno was a scientist working for the Freedom Fighters who sought to overthrow the evil King Sonic. When King Sonic turned into the benevolent Super Sonic, Amy suggested having Tekno find some way to keep their King in this form permanently.
Dimension of Tranquility: An alternate dimension separate from Mobius'. According to interdimensional travelers that Sonic the Hedgehog ran into, an old lady would often visit her sister who lived in the Dimension of Tranquility.
Spring Hill Zone: A Zone located on Mobius. Attempting to make his way back home within five seconds in order to stop Dr. Robotnik's satellite beam, Sonic the Hedgehog traveled through multiple Zones, including Spring Hill Zone.
Steptoe Zone: A Zone located on Mobius. To catch the thief Leaf, a rumour was spread around the Eldorado Zone that the Steptoe Zone's priceless "Golden Bike Frame" was to be displayed in the local museum. The Steptoe Zone is a reference to the British television sitcom Steptoe and Son, which is about two men whose job is collecting unwanted junk and passing it off as something valuable that they can sell.
Azerbaijanistan: A former country located on Earth where an uprising once ocurred. However, the uprising was handled by Dr. Robotnik, whose actions also led to Azerbaijanistan losing its status as a country.
Sahara Desert: A desert located on Earth. At some point, Sonic supposedly visited the Sahara Desert to fill his travel diary.
Spain: A country located on Earth. At some point, Sonic supposedly visited Spain to fill his travel diary.
Madrid: A city located in Spain. At some point, Sonic supposedly visited Madrid to fill his travel diary.
The World's Largest Rubber Band Ball: A touristic location in the United States. During his travel to San Francisco, Sonic went to The World's Largest Rubber Band Ball, though he found it to be disappointing.
Yosemite National Park: A park located in the United States. At some point, Sonic supposedly visited Yosemite National Park to fill his travel diary.
↑Alan Denton on Twitter. Twitter (21 March 2015). Retrieved on 10 January 2016. "Alan Denton: How do you make your own Meh-onnaise? It's simple! Just leave some Miracle Whip in the sun for a few hours."
↑Ian Flynn on Twitter. Twitter (9 May 2017). Archived from the original on 14 October 2020. Retrieved on 24 June 2017. "PC the Unicorn: Though, can you please answer this one question. Where the heck was Amy at in 30 years later? / Ian Flynn: Adventuring through time via Time Stones, being awesome. #LostHedgehogTales #spoilers"