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|game = Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal
 
|game = Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal
 
|previous = Seaside Coast
 
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{{Infobox level
 
{{Infobox level
 
|title = Scrapyard
 
|title = Scrapyard
|image = [[File:Sonic 3ds-5.png|242px]]
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|image = Sonic 3ds-5.png
 
|caption = Knuckles in Scrapyard.
 
|caption = Knuckles in Scrapyard.
 
|1st_app = ''[[Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal]]''<br>{{Only}}
 
|1st_app = ''[[Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal]]''<br>{{Only}}
|location = Unspecified island on [[Earth#Sonic Boom|earth]]
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|description = A murky island filled with scrap
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|location = Unnamed island on [[Earth#Sonic Boom|earth]]
 
|theme =
 
|theme =
 
*[[Industrial theme]]
 
*[[Industrial theme]]
 
*[[Coastal theme]]
 
*[[Coastal theme]]
|previous = [[Seaside Coast]]
 
|next = [[Shadow Canyons]]
 
 
|charas =
 
|charas =
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*[[Knuckles the Echidna (Sonic Boom)|Knuckles the Echidna]]
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*[[Miles "Tails" Prower (Sonic Boom)|Miles "Tails" Prower]]
 
*[[Sonic the Hedgehog (Sonic Boom)|Sonic the Hedgehog]]
 
*[[Sonic the Hedgehog (Sonic Boom)|Sonic the Hedgehog]]
*[[Miles "Tails" Prower (Sonic Boom)|Miles "Tails" Prower]]
 
*[[Knuckles the Echidna (Sonic Boom)|Knuckles the Echidna]]
 
 
*[[Sticks the Badger]]
 
*[[Sticks the Badger]]
 
|story_charas = [[Q-N-C]]
 
|story_charas = [[Q-N-C]]
 
|number = 2
 
|number = 2
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|acts = 1
 
|enemies =
 
|enemies =
 
*[[Scrawl]]
 
*[[Scrawl]]
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*[[Zipper]]
 
*[[Zipper]]
 
|boss =
 
|boss =
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|previous = [[Seaside Coast]]
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|next = [[Shadow Canyons]]
 
}}
 
}}
'''Scrapyard''' is the second area in ''[[Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal]]''. It is a murky costal region on an island littered with mechanical constructs from the [[Ancient]]s. On their quest to track down [[Amy Rose (Sonic Boom)|Amy]], [[Sonic the Hedgehog (Sonic Boom)|Sonic]], [[Miles "Tails" Prower (Sonic Boom)|Tails]] and [[Sticks the Badger|Sticks]] came through this area where they recruited [[Knuckles the Echidna (Sonic Boom)|Knuckles]] for their mission.
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'''Scrapyard''' is the second area in ''[[Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal]]''. It is a murky costal region on an island littered with mechanical constructs. On their quest to track down [[Amy Rose (Sonic Boom)|Amy]], [[Sonic the Hedgehog (Sonic Boom)|Sonic]], [[Miles "Tails" Prower (Sonic Boom)|Tails]] and [[Sticks the Badger|Sticks]] came through this area where they recruited [[Knuckles the Echidna (Sonic Boom)|Knuckles]] for their mission.
   
==Overview==
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==Description==
 
[[File:Scrapyard_World_Map.png|thumb|left|200px|Scrapyard's World Map]]
 
[[File:Scrapyard_World_Map.png|thumb|left|200px|Scrapyard's World Map]]
Scrapyard is a murky rock island with purple soil and torches on the paths. Also, the majority of the vegetation found at first sight are dead trees. As its name states, the island is an abandoned junkyard, with aircraft scrap parts littering it. It also hosts [[Knuckles' Hangout]] and a type of blue crabs.
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Scrapyard is a murky rock island with purple soil and torches on the paths. Also, the majority of the vegetation found at first sight are dead trees. As its name states, the island is an abandoned junkyard with scrap parts from aircrafts littering it. It also hosts [[Knuckles' Hangout]] and a type of blue crabs.
   
The adventure level takes place at the beach. The paths are made of rock and it constantly rains. There are also a few plants here, like bush sprouts, hanging plants and moss on the rocks. At sea are giant (and often oblique) outcrops, and a few large, broken-down aircrafts. The insides of the aircrafts, which resemble the inside of an airship's envelope (framework include), are completely metallic, with some medium-tech parts. The aircrafts are in good condition, but are dark from being powered down. Light shine into them via portholes, some of which are fitted with canons.
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The adventure level takes place at the beach. The paths are made of rock and it constantly rains. There are also a few plants here, like bush sprouts, hanging plants and moss on the rocks. At sea are giant (and often oblique) outcrops, and a few large and broken-down aircrafts. The insides of these aircrafts, which resemble the inside of an airship's envelope (framework include), are completely metallic, with some medium-tech parts. The aircrafts are otherwise in good condition, but are dark from being powered down. Light shine into them via portholes, some of which are fitted with canons.
   
 
==Story==
 
==Story==
 
On their way to some [[Ancient]] ruins, [[Amy Rose (Sonic Boom)|Amy]] had [[Knuckles the Echidna (Sonic Boom)|Knuckles]] (who kept annoying Amy on their trip) to stand guard and later do some work at Scrapyard.
 
On their way to some [[Ancient]] ruins, [[Amy Rose (Sonic Boom)|Amy]] had [[Knuckles the Echidna (Sonic Boom)|Knuckles]] (who kept annoying Amy on their trip) to stand guard and later do some work at Scrapyard.
   
As [[Sonic the Hedgehog (Sonic Boom)|Sonic]], [[Miles "Tails" Prower (Sonic Boom)|Tails]] and [[Sticks the Badger|Sticks]] came to Scrapyard to find Knuckles for their search for Amy, who had been kidnaped by [[Lyric the Last Ancient]], Sticks would confuse her teammates when Sonic tried praising their teamwork. When the trio finally found Knuckles, the echidna would ramble on about what he had been doing until Sonic bluntly brought the news about to him. At the same time, Tails discovered where Amy had gone to from Scrapyard from her scrambled files, making [[Team Sonic (Sonic Boom)|Team Sonic]] head for [[Shadow Canyons]].
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As [[Sonic the Hedgehog (Sonic Boom)|Sonic]], [[Miles "Tails" Prower (Sonic Boom)|Tails]] and [[Sticks the Badger|Sticks]] came to Scrapyard to find Knuckles for their search for Amy, who had been kidnaped by [[Lyric the Last Ancient]], Sticks would confuse her teammates when Sonic tried praising their teamwork. When the trio finally found Knuckles, the echidna would ramble on about what he had been doing until Sonic bluntly brought the news about Amy. At the same time, Tails discovered where Amy had gone to from Scrapyard via her scrambled logs, making [[Team Sonic (Sonic Boom)|Team Sonic]] head for [[Shadow Canyons]].
   
 
==Gameplay==
 
==Gameplay==
Scrapyard's adventure level is divided into two parts (the foreground and background) that run parallel to each other, which can be traveled between with the [[Slingshot]]. Standard gimmicks here include [[Bounce Pad]]s, [[Boost Pad]]s, [[Enerbeam Swing]]s, grind rails and [[disappearing platform]]s. Hazardous obstacles in Scrapyard include pits with wooden spikes, red panels with blowtorches, and pools of water. Touching such obstacles without protection will damage the player and return the characters to their previous position. Scrapyard also has collectibles scattered about which unlock extra content if collected and breakable obstacles that give extra [[Ring]]s.
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Scrapyard's adventure level, like the others, is divided into two parts (the foreground and background) that run parallel to each other, which can be traveled between with the [[Slingshot]]. Standard gimmicks here include [[Bounce Pad]]s, [[Boost Pad]]s, [[Enerbeam Swing]]s, [[Rail]]s and [[disappearing platform]]s. Hazardous obstacles in Scrapyard include pits with wooden spikes, red panels with blowtorches, and pools of water. Touching such obstacles will damage the player and return the characters to an earlier position. Scrapyard also has collectibles scattered about which unlock extra content if collected and breakable obstacles that give extra [[Ring (Sonic Boom)|Rings]].
   
Like other levels in the game, Scrapyard has several character-specific gimmicks for the playable characters. These include [[dash block]]s for [[Sonic the Hedgehog (Sonic Boom)|Sonic]], [[Air Vent]]s and [[Sea Fox (Sonic Boom)|Sea Fox]] sections for [[Miles "Tails" Prower (Sonic Boom)|Tails]], [[Burrow]] spots for [[Knuckles the Echidna (Sonic Boom)|Knuckles]], and nodes for unlocking blockades for [[Sticks the Badger|Sticks]] which can only be reached with her [[boomerang]].
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Like other adventure levels, Scrapyard's has several character-specific gimmicks for the playable characters. These include [[dash block]]s for [[Sonic the Hedgehog (Sonic Boom)|Sonic]], [[Air Vent]]s and [[Sea Fox (Sonic Boom)|Sea Fox]] sections for [[Miles "Tails" Prower (Sonic Boom)|Tails]], [[Burrow]] spots for [[Knuckles the Echidna (Sonic Boom)|Knuckles]], and [[Boomerang Switch]]es for [[Sticks the Badger|Sticks]].
   
==Description==
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==Overview==
 
===Scrapyard===
 
===Scrapyard===
Scrapyard is the lone adventure level of the area. The foreground is set on the murky beach, while the background takes place inside the remains of a giant aircraft. It becomes available after obtaining five [[Sonic Badge]]s.
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Scrapyard is the area's only adventure level. The foreground is set on the murky beach, while the background takes place inside the remains of a giant aircraft. It becomes available after obtaining five [[Sonic Badge]]s.
   
 
At the start, go down the path on the right until a [[Slingshot]] appears and use it. Go then right and two levels up. At that point, the player can either go left or right. The left path leads to a path with collectibles and across two Slingshots, but also leads back to the aforementioned split path. Going right at the split path lets the player proceed with the level. On this path, the player can go through the second-appearing dash block in the roof to reach another looping path with collectibles and two Slingshots. Proceeding down the aforementioned path leads to the next Slingshot.
 
At the start, go down the path on the right until a [[Slingshot]] appears and use it. Go then right and two levels up. At that point, the player can either go left or right. The left path leads to a path with collectibles and across two Slingshots, but also leads back to the aforementioned split path. Going right at the split path lets the player proceed with the level. On this path, the player can go through the second-appearing dash block in the roof to reach another looping path with collectibles and two Slingshots. Proceeding down the aforementioned path leads to the next Slingshot.
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|Sonic Badge
 
|Sonic Badge
 
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|Reach goal with 100 [[Ring]]s
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|Reach goal with 100 [[Ring (Sonic Boom)|Rings]]
 
|[[Token]]
 
|[[Token]]
 
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===Worm Tunnel===
 
===Worm Tunnel===
 
{{Main|Worm Tunnel}}
 
{{Main|Worm Tunnel}}
The Worm Tunnel is a racing course where the player must reach the end of an obstacle course while dealing with [[Driller Worm]]s. It becomes available after clearing Scrapyard and obtaining seven Sonic Badges.
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The Worm Tunnel is a bonus level where the player must race to the end of an obstacle course while dealing with [[Driller Worm]]s. It becomes available after clearing Scrapyard and obtaining seven Sonic Badges.
   
 
{| align="center" class="wikitable" style="text-align:center"
 
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|[[Sonic Badge]]
 
|[[Sonic Badge]]
 
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|Reach goal with 250 [[Ring]]s
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|Reach goal with 250 [[Ring (Sonic Boom)|Rings]]
 
|[[Token]]
 
|[[Token]]
 
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Sonic 3ds-5.png
 
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</gallery>
 
</gallery>
 
{{Gallery end}}
 
{{Gallery end}}
   
 
==Music==
 
==Music==
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Scrapyard=[[File:Sonic Boom Shattered Crystal Music - Scrapyard|thumb|left|335 px]]
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! style="text-align: center; " |'''Name'''
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!Artist(s)
Scrapyard 2=[[File:Sonic Boom Shattered Crystal Music - Scrapyard 2|thumb|left|335px]]
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{{!}}-{{!}}
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|N/A (Scrapyard 1)
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|[[Richard Jacques]]
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|4:24
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|[[File:Scrapyard 1.ogg|center]]
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|N/A (Scrapyard 2)
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|Richard Jacques
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|4:20
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|[[File:Scrapyard 2.ogg|center]]
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{{Shattered Crystal info}}
 
[[Category:Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal levels]]
 
[[Category:Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal levels]]
 
[[Category:Islands]]
 
[[Category:Islands]]
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[[Category:Industrial theme]]
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[[Category:Coastal theme]]

Latest revision as of 19:36, December 21, 2018

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Scrapyard is the second area in Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal. It is a murky costal region on an island littered with mechanical constructs. On their quest to track down Amy, Sonic, Tails and Sticks came through this area where they recruited Knuckles for their mission.

DescriptionEdit

Scrapyard World Map

Scrapyard's World Map

Scrapyard is a murky rock island with purple soil and torches on the paths. Also, the majority of the vegetation found at first sight are dead trees. As its name states, the island is an abandoned junkyard with scrap parts from aircrafts littering it. It also hosts Knuckles' Hangout and a type of blue crabs.

The adventure level takes place at the beach. The paths are made of rock and it constantly rains. There are also a few plants here, like bush sprouts, hanging plants and moss on the rocks. At sea are giant (and often oblique) outcrops, and a few large and broken-down aircrafts. The insides of these aircrafts, which resemble the inside of an airship's envelope (framework include), are completely metallic, with some medium-tech parts. The aircrafts are otherwise in good condition, but are dark from being powered down. Light shine into them via portholes, some of which are fitted with canons.

StoryEdit

On their way to some Ancient ruins, Amy had Knuckles (who kept annoying Amy on their trip) to stand guard and later do some work at Scrapyard.

As Sonic, Tails and Sticks came to Scrapyard to find Knuckles for their search for Amy, who had been kidnaped by Lyric the Last Ancient, Sticks would confuse her teammates when Sonic tried praising their teamwork. When the trio finally found Knuckles, the echidna would ramble on about what he had been doing until Sonic bluntly brought the news about Amy. At the same time, Tails discovered where Amy had gone to from Scrapyard via her scrambled logs, making Team Sonic head for Shadow Canyons.

GameplayEdit

Scrapyard's adventure level, like the others, is divided into two parts (the foreground and background) that run parallel to each other, which can be traveled between with the Slingshot. Standard gimmicks here include Bounce Pads, Boost Pads, Enerbeam Swings, Rails and disappearing platforms. Hazardous obstacles in Scrapyard include pits with wooden spikes, red panels with blowtorches, and pools of water. Touching such obstacles will damage the player and return the characters to an earlier position. Scrapyard also has collectibles scattered about which unlock extra content if collected and breakable obstacles that give extra Rings.

Like other adventure levels, Scrapyard's has several character-specific gimmicks for the playable characters. These include dash blocks for Sonic, Air Vents and Sea Fox sections for Tails, Burrow spots for Knuckles, and Boomerang Switches for Sticks.

OverviewEdit

ScrapyardEdit

Scrapyard is the area's only adventure level. The foreground is set on the murky beach, while the background takes place inside the remains of a giant aircraft. It becomes available after obtaining five Sonic Badges.

At the start, go down the path on the right until a Slingshot appears and use it. Go then right and two levels up. At that point, the player can either go left or right. The left path leads to a path with collectibles and across two Slingshots, but also leads back to the aforementioned split path. Going right at the split path lets the player proceed with the level. On this path, the player can go through the second-appearing dash block in the roof to reach another looping path with collectibles and two Slingshots. Proceeding down the aforementioned path leads to the next Slingshot.

In the new section, stick to the right-orientated path options until the next Slingshot is in sight. Use it and follow the next path on the right to each the goal.

Reward system
Requirement Reward
Reach goal Sonic Badge
Get six Blueprints Sonic Badge
Get five Crystal Shards Sonic Badge
Reach goal with 100 Rings Token
Reach goal in 05:00 min Token

Worm TunnelEdit

Main article: Worm Tunnel

The Worm Tunnel is a bonus level where the player must race to the end of an obstacle course while dealing with Driller Worms. It becomes available after clearing Scrapyard and obtaining seven Sonic Badges.

Reward system
Requirement Reward
Reach goal Sonic Badge
Reach goal with 250 Rings Token
Reach goal in 01:55 min Token

Knuckles' HangoutEdit

Main article: Knuckles' Hangout

Knuckles' Hangout is a visiting place for Knuckles. Here, the player can participate in a minigame once ever 24 hours to earn a Token. It is available from the beginning of the level, but its minigames does not become useable before after clearing Scrapyard.

Q-N-C's Toy ShopEdit

Main article: Q-N-C's Toy Shop

This building is the local shop owned by Q-N-C. Here, the player can trade Tokens for toys and display their current collection. It becomes available after clearing Scrapyard.

GalleryEdit

Gallery

MusicEdit

Name Artist(s) Length Music Track
N/A (Scrapyard 1) Richard Jacques 4:24
Scrapyard 1
N/A (Scrapyard 2) Richard Jacques 4:20
Scrapyard 2
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