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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.

Walla Walla[1] is a location that appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog film series produced by Paramount Pictures and its spin-offs. It is a large city in the state of Washington.

Description

Walla Walla is a large city with its own downtown area. However, much of the city has yet to be shown. What is known though is that it has various apartment buildings, its own police force, and a bank.[1]

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Sonic the Hedgehog 2: The Official Movie Pre-Quill

Sonic causing the dislodged vault to spin, from Sonic the Hedgehog 2: The Official Movie Pre-Quill.

In Walla Walla, a group of bank robbers led by Jason attacked the first bank of Walla Walla in order to retrieve a Robotnik Control Glove and Dr. Robotnik's manifesto from the bank's deposit vault as a part of a job they had been hired for by Agent Stone. Thanks to their leader, Lindsey, who had infiltrated the bank, Jason found the Robotnik Control Glove and went to work activating it. Soon after though, Sonic came to Walla Walla to stop the robbery. When he met Lindsey however, she tricked him into the vault where she tasered him into unconsciousness. As Lindsey then updated Stone, they made a deal for them to deliver Sonic, whom they locked in the vault, to him. In the meantime, Tom Wachowski and Wade Whipple came down to the bank to assist the local police who had surrounded the bank. Soon after, Jason got some local Badniks to come and begin hauling the bank's vault away with the control glove. Seeing this awesome display, Lindsey and Jason decided to keep the glove for their benefits. However, Sonic made the Badniks drop the vault by causing it to spin around. After then escaping the vault, Sonic dealt with Lindsey's gang. Meanwhile, Tom took out two Badniks on the scene with his fishing pole. Though Lindsey tried to attack Sonic with a Badnik using the Robotnik Control Glove, that Badnik got taken over by Stone, who used it to drag Lindsey away with the glove. After then setting the robbers up for arrest, Sonic saved Lindsey when she slipped out of the glove and stood to break her neck. Considering the day saved, Sonic left Walla Walla while Tom and the local police apprehended the bank robbers, who turned themselves in. While everyone in the bank kept quiet about Sonic, Tom worried about the trouble Robotnik's tech could cause.[1]

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