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This location exists primarily or exclusively within the Sonic the Hedgehog (film series) continuity.
Information in this article may not be canonical to the storyline of the games or any other Sonic continuity.

Seattle is a location that appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog film series produced by Paramount Pictures and its spin-offs. It is one of the largest cities in Washington.


Seattle is a prominent and populated metropolis with tall buildings and various streets running between them. A prominent building in this city is the Space Needle.


Film series

Sonic the Hedgehog 2

One night in Seattle, Sonic the Hedgehog came to the city in hopes of getting a chance to prove his worth as a hero. His chance came when a group of bank robbers managed to acquire a truck full of stolen money and a hostage. As the robbers drove through Seattle through the streets with their truck while throwing bombs at the Seattle Police Department pursuing them, Sonic rushed in on the scene and took out the robbers in the truck. He would also ungag their hostage, who became increasingly dissatisfied with Sonic's heroics when he proved unable to stop the car and accidently ignited the robbers' remaining bombs in the truck. Through Sonic got rid of most of the bombs by throwing them into a garbage truck, thus blowing it up and scattering its trash, Sonic nearly oversaw one until he managed to throw it into the road's sewer system. Since Sonic was still unable to stop the truck though, he resorted to picking it apart at super speed, leaving its remains to slide to a halt in front of a child at an ice cream stand. Meanwhile, the bomb in the sewers would go off, resulting in several sprouts of sewer water emerging from the street's manholes. As the Seattle Police Department appeared to apprehend the robbers, Sonic declares loudly that no thanks were needed. While the hostage called him a "terrible hero", Sonic ignored him as he ran back to Green Hills.

The next day, information about the Seattle pursuit would appear in the newspapers. These news would be brought up by Tom to Sonic during a conversation with him about responsible usage of his powers.


See also

External links

  • Seattle at Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.