Please nominate!!! I worked awhile on bringing it up to this status! SLJ can testify--Milotheechidna 18:53, November 30, 2009 (UTC)
Develops crush on Sonic the hedgehog?
Since when did Percival blushed at Sonic's comment about whim being his "other master"? I thought she blushed because Calibur said "save the hugs and kisses for later". And since when did she develop a crush on Sonic?MrAkmalDanish 06:53, June 13, 2012 (UTC)MrAkmalDanish
Percival and Sonic
The blushing wasn't the only thing. It was the way she was towards him after their battle. She was the most supportive, devoted and extremely loyal towards him than any character in the story. And she seemed to be that way after she blushed.--SlugDrones • (Contact) 10:19, September 28, 2013 (UTC)
I have argued a couple of times about Percival's feelings for Sonic, which I think are way too obvious to even deny. First, yes, I am a Sonaze supporter. However, I never claimed it official. I am aware it's entirely a fan-made couple. Sonic and Blaze do not have romantic feelings for each other. As much as I try to remain unbiased, I cannot deny that Percival's feelings for Sonic were obvious enough to claim it official. I don't see how people saw her embarrassing moment with Sonic and her loyalty and respect for him afterwards as something that was never intended to imply that she did have feelings for him.
Many people argue that just because Percival blushed in that scene, doesn't mean she had feelings for him. That is true. This argument is entirely valid. But that doesn't mean the nature of the scene was entirely non-romantic. The scene is filled with romantic implications. You can't put 'hugs' 'kisses' 'blushing' 'jealously' all in one scene by accident. The scene literally has a boy and a girl in an implying romantic scene and a third character giving an embarrassing comment about it which makes one of them blush and the other asking if they're jealous. Tell me this isn't ship-tease.
What I mean to say is that the writers intended the nature of the scene to be romantic. Therefore it implies that Sonic and Percival had some kind of romantic tension going on, which is exactly why the scene itself was made.
Now on to my point as to why I think Percival developed feelings for Sonic after an obviously romantic scene with him. My descriptions won't explain it very clearly, I prefer you watch the cutscenes before the the last boss fight. But anyway -
- She is clearly the most devoted and loyal knight to him. Sonic saved Gawain's life too, was in good terms with Nimue and helped Merlina the whole game. But Percival's attitude towards him was certainly different, she clearly liked him alot more than they did and it seemed more personal.
- When Gawain suspects Sonic towards the end of the game, Percival places her hand infront of him and tells him to wait. She is the only one in that scene who wanted Sonic to explain himself. She is also the only one who stood up for him in that scene.
- When the Knights were losing hope/motivation. Sonic stood up and encouraged them. Percival is, the first to agree with him. She also convinces Gawain and Lancelot to take Sonic's advice/wisdom/corny hero stuff/whatever.
- In the same scene, she is also the first one to ask what his plan is, in a very loyal, dedicated fashion.
- First one to shout when he was badly injured by the final boss fight by saying that he has "done enough!".
If Percival was this loyal to him and the ship-tease scene before that didn't happen, I wouldn't say she had feelings for him. But when we put her loyalty and that ship-teasing scene together - we certainly have a character who had feelings for him.
TLDR; Percival clearly liked Sonic way more than the other characters did towards the end of the game, especially after an awkwardly romantic scene with him.