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Nonaggression

Nonaggression (ノンアグレッション Non'aguresshon?) is the ninth and true final Zone in Sonic Advance 3, unlocked if Altar Emerald is cleared with Sonic the Hedgehog as the leader while all seven Chaos Emeralds are obtained. It features the final fight against Ultimate G-merl, who is a powered-up form of the robot G-merl.

Description

Nonagression is set around in some unknown region of outer space which appears to constantly fade into blue and orange hues.

Story

After G-merl and Dr. Eggman were defeated by Sonic in their encounter, the prescence of the Chaos Emeralds caused G-merl to go haywire and charge at Sonic, causing him to drop the Emeralds. G-merl then used their powers to transform into Ultimate G-merl. Before leaving, he used one of his "arms" to grab Eggman and throw him into Sonic. When he recovered, Sonic then used the Chaos Emeralds to become Super Sonic and teamed up with Eggman to bring the out-of-control G-merl down.

At the end of the fight, Sonic passed out in the following explosion, but woke up back home and found himself surrounded by his friends who had awaited his return. After seeing Eggman leaving, who is implied to have brought him to safety, Sonic headed out himself to search for new adventures. Meanwhile, G-merl reverted back to his normal form and lands at a beach who was eventually found by Cream. She took the damaged robot to Tails who repairs G-merl albeit with a more friendlier personality and G-merl quickly became friends with Cream.

Gameplay

Similar to other true final zones/stages, the player assumes control of Super Sonic where the sole objective is to defeat the boss, while collecting Rings that constantly appear throughout the Zone to maintain Sonic's Super transformation. The player starts with 50 Rings and their Ring count will slowly drain over time. Should the player's Ring count deplete to zero, the player will lose a life and will have to retry the zone from the beginning. Super Sonic can fly around in all directions and use the Super Sonic Boost to make quick movements to avoid the boss' attacks. In addition, the player must also make use of his Tag Action with Dr. Eggman to expose the boss' weak point in order to damage it.

Boss

Main article: Ultimate G-merl

Trivia

  • The name "Nonaggression" is a reference to how Sonic and Dr. Eggman are working together instead of fighting each other.
  • The music that plays in this Zone is a remix of E-121 Phi's battle theme and the Colosseum theme from Sonic Battle.
  • When playing Multiplayer, Eggman's quote does not appear, and the battle starts off almost immediately.

Gallery

Gallery

Music

Name Artist(s) Length Music Track
Nonaggression Hideaki Kobayashi, Fumie Kumatani, Tatsuyuki Maeda, Tomoya Ohtani, Masaru Setsumaru, Kenichi Tokoi, Hironobu Inagasaki, Atsuyoshi Isemura 3:21
Sonic Advance 3 - 45 EX Boss
Nonaggression -Pinch- Hideaki Kobayashi, Fumie Kumatani,Tatsuyuki Maeda, Tomoya Ohtani, Masaru Setsumaru, Kenichi Tokoi, Hironobu Inagasaki, Atsuyoshi Isemura 0:24
Sonic Advance 3 - 46 EX Boss -pinch-
Nonaggression Clear Hideaki Kobayashi, Fumie Kumatani,Tatsuyuki Maeda, Tomoya Ohtani, Masaru Setsumaru, Kenichi Tokoi, Hironobu Inagasaki, Atsuyoshi Isemura 0:08
Sonic Advance 3 - 70 Extra Clear

Videos

Sonic Advance 3 Gold Run - Extra Boss (Super Sonic)

Sonic Advance 3 Gold Run - Extra Boss (Super Sonic)


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