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Scarlette Rabbot, formerly known as Bunnie Rabbot, is a character that appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series and its spin-offs published by Archie Comics. She was the alternate version of Bunnie Rabbot from Dark Mobius and a member of the dwindling resistance opposing Enerjak.


Scarlette is a pale yellow and white rabbit with green eyes. Being an alternate-universe counterpart, Scarlette is very similar in appearance to Belle D'Coolette. However, there are a few notable differences. She wears pale green eyeshadow and has only a tuft of bangs. She has some light lines around her eyes; she also has two dimples. She wears a light green tubetop with a belt, purple bottoms and purple boots. Her lower arms are fitted with a pair of vintage Dark Legion laser gauntlets.



Scarlette's early history was most likely largely the same as his Mobius Prime counterpart's. The point of divergence was when Knuckles became corrupted by his chaos powers and decided to conquer Mobius.[1] Scarlette eventually joined up with Jani-Ca's resistance movement while they were still under Julie-Su's leadership and was one of the few left free after their attempt to defeat Enerjak was foiled.[2][3] During a raid one day, the mission went bad and Julie-Su was reduced to a Core. Scarlette then had the unpleasant task of informing Jani-Ca about this, who did not take the news well.[3] Over time, she developed a romantic interest in Demo Duck.[4]

The Silver Saga

Scarlette's continued to live in hiding within Nekronopolis; one day, she and the other Freedom Fighters ventured out to attack a group of Enerjak's Prelate warriors. Upon destroying the Prelates, Scarlette found what it was they had been after; she found Silver the Hedgehog hiding behind an overturned car. She helped him to his feet and the group returned to their hidden base with the hedgehog. Unfortunately, they were soon discovered by Enerjak, who set his reformed Prelates against the group; using her gauntlets, Scarlette struggled to fight off the Prelates with bursts of laser fire.[2]

The fight initially went poorly, and one of Scarlette's gauntlets was eventually damaged to the point of being unusable; she nearly fell to Prelate-V but was saved at the last moment by Jani-Ca. The tide of the battle was eventually turned, and she first assisted Payback Fox in taking out Prelate-E before they joined up with Demo to take out Prelate-C and Prelate-S. However, when Enerjak retaliated, she was grabbed by the demi-god and held by the throat; an enraged Demo charged in to save her despite her insistence that he run away, and both of them were reduced to Cores.[5] While Silver confronted Enerjak alone in a final battle, Jani-Ca gathered up Scarlette's body and laid it in a row with the others, her hand still holding onto Demo's even after death.[6]


Scarlette is generally sweet, friendly and pleasant. Despite the difficulty in opposing Enerjak, she believes that the effort is worth it if it means they can save all of the Mobians who were reduced to Cores.

Powers and abilities


Scarlette is armed with wrist-mounted gauntlets capable of firing laser blasts.


Demo Duck

At some point in the past, Demo Duck and Scarlette became a couple.[4]


  • The name "Scarlette" seems to have been inspired by an unused concept for Bunnie Rabbot's name created by writer Karl Bollers.
  • Scarlette's appearance (particularly her hairstyle) is based on Bunnie Rabbot's appearance in the Sonic the Hedgehog television series.
  • Unlike her Mobius counterpart, Scarlette was not roboticized on the legs.



  1. Dark Mobius - Knuckles' Descent
  2. 2.0 2.1 Sonic Universe #26, "Fractured Mirror Part Two: Warped Reflections"
  3. 3.0 3.1 Dark Mobius - Jani-Ca's ascent. Archie Comics.
  4. 4.0 4.1 The Dark Freedom Fighters - Demo and Scarlette. Archie Comics.
  5. Sonic Universe #27, "Fractured Mirror Part Three: Shattered"
  6. Sonic Universe #28, "Fractured Mirror The Finale: Picking up the Pieces"

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