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This character exists primarily within the Sonic Boom continuity.
Information in this article may not be canonical to the storyline of the games or any other Sonic continuity.
Not to be confused with Sticks the Badger (Mirror Dimension).

You're the leader of the Rebellion?
Yeah! And I'd like to offer you a position in our anti-Eggman unit. Or you can fight the alien overlords. They haven't invaded yet, but I know they're coming.


Sonic the Hedgehog and Sticks the Badger, "Where Have All The Sonics Gone?"

Sticks the Badger is a character that appears in the Sonic Boom series. She is an anthropomorphic jungle badger and Sticks the Badger's counterpart from an alternate dimension where Sonic never existed. She is also the leader of the Rebellion, a resistance group that opposes the rule of Lord Eggman.

Appearance

Sticks the Badger is essentially a doppelganger of her Sonic Boom World counterpart. As such, she is an anthropomorphic badger only slightly shorter than Amy. She has orange fur with long thick hair on the back of her head, which she keeps in two locks with auburn strings, and two brown stripes across each of her eyes and bushy round ears that reach the end of her hair. She is rather scrawny, with a peach muzzle, a small black nose, blue eyes and a medium-long bushy tail.

Sticks' attire consists of a midriff-baring tube top and a skirt with an auburn rope belt, each made of worn-down gray fabric stitched together, and tan fur-skin boots, one which has a fur cuff and the other which has metal bands on it. As accessories, she wears a golden band on her right upper arm, a spiral bracelet on her left wrist and a necklace braided with seashells and a gold ring. She also wears a wooden eyepatch over her left eye.

History

TV series

Past

When Lord Eggman came into power on Seaside Island, Sticks assumed leadership over a group of rebels that opposed his rule.[1]

Season two

At her camp, Sticks was introduced to Sonic the Hedgehog, a visitor from another dimension, by Amy. When Sticks wanted Sonic to join the Rebellion, he requested that she and Amy joined his crew to bring an end to Lord Eggman's rule. Sticks joined, but was skeptical when Sonic recruited Knuckles the Echidna as well. Afterward, Sticks urged Sonic and the team to strike Eggman quickly as he grew stronger every minute.[1]

At Lord Eggman's Lair, Sticks would find disappointment in knowing that Sonic's supposed best friend, Miles "Tails" Prower, was working for Lord Eggman. She would then have to fend off Lord Eggman's Badniks after Tails alerted Eggman. When Sonic then got Tails to join the team, Sticks and her crew defeated Lord Eggman for the very first time. Sticks later said goodbye to Sonic, who was sure she could end Eggman's rule with their crew under her command, when he returned to his own dimension.[1]

Personality

Described as fearless, Sticks is a natural leader who takes no nonsense from anyone. She is tough and determined, exhibited with her intense eagerness to defeat Lord Eggman. With this comes her serious side, which gives her quite a small temper. She is very quick to react in life-threatening situations as shown by her ability to dodge a missile fired by Lord Eggman. She can also be quite sassy, yet paranoid about conspiracies, much like her Sonic Boom World counterpart.[1]

Powers and abilities

Sticks is a very good strategist and leader, enough to leave a person like Sonic the Hedgehog impressed and confident in her abilities. She is very proficient in using a bō and has very quick reflexes, along with high agility.[1]

Weapons

Sticks' weapon of choice is a bō, which she uses as a melee weapon.[1]

Relationships

Allies

Enemies

See also

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Lachenaud, Marine; Lachenaud, Cedric (19 August 2017). "Where Have All The Sonics Gone?". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 93. Boomerang.
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