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[[File:Riders Grand Prix Final.png|thumb|The racers prepare to begin the final stage of the EX World Grand Prix at [[Sand Ruins]].]]
[[File:Riders_Grand_Prix_Final.png|thumb|The racers prepare to begin the final stage of the EX World Grand Prix at [[Sand Ruins]].]]
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{{Quote left|I've put a little extra something to spice things up! I call it the 'EX World Grand Prix'! A tournament to see who's the best of the best with [[Extreme Gear]]!|[[Doctor Eggman|Dr. Eggman]], ''[[Sonic Riders]]''}}
The '''World Grand Prix''', also referred to as the '''EX World Grand Prix''' is an [[Extreme Gear]] tournament hosted by [[Doctor Eggman|Dr. Eggman]] in ''[[Sonic Riders]]'' and ''[[Sonic Free Riders]]''. It is a competition for Extreme Gear riders around the world to race against each other to see who is the fastest on Extreme Gear. They are mainly involved in the storylines of these two games.
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The '''World Grand Prix''', also referred to as the '''EX World Grand Prix''', is an [[Extreme Gear]] tournament hosted by [[Doctor Eggman|Dr. Eggman]] in ''[[Sonic Riders]]'' and ''[[Sonic Free Riders]]''. It is a competition for Extreme Gear riders around the world to race against each other to see who is the fastest on Extreme Gear. They are mainly involved in the storylines of these two games.
   
 
==Game appearances==
 
==Game appearances==
 
===''Sonic Riders''===
 
===''Sonic Riders''===
By ensuring the [[Babylon Rogues]]' participation and charging each contestant a [[Chaos Emerald]] as the price of admission, Eggman successfully manages to bring the emeralds into proximity with [[Jet the Hawk]]'s ancient family heirloom: [[Key to Babylon Garden|a cubic control key]] to surface their ancient home-world, [[Babylon Garden]]. After Jet wins the tournament due to [[Wave the Swallow]] sabotaging [[Sonic the Hedgehog|Sonic]]'s Extreme Gear, the Emeralds activate the cube and Babylon Garden rises up from beneath the dunes of [[Sand Ruins]].
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The EX World Grand Prix first appeared in ''[[Sonic Riders]]''. The known competitors were [[Team Sonic]] ([[Sonic the Hedgehog]], [[Miles "Tails" Prower]], [[Knuckles the Echidna]]), [[Amy Rose]], the [[Babylon Rogues]] ([[Jet the Hawk]], [[Wave the Swallow]] and [[Storm the Albatross]]) and several [[E-10000G]] robots. By ensuring the [[Babylon Rogues]]' participation and charging each contestant a [[Chaos Emerald]] as the price of admission, Eggman successfully manages to bring the emeralds into proximity with [[Jet the Hawk]]'s ancient family heirloom: [[Key to Babylon Garden|a cubic control key]] to surface their ancient home-world, [[Babylon Garden]]. After Jet wins the tournament due to [[Wave the Swallow]] sabotaging [[Sonic the Hedgehog|Sonic]]'s Extreme Gear, the Emeralds activate the cube and Babylon Garden rises up from beneath the dunes of [[Sand Ruins]]. The doctor intends to obtain the treasure of Babylon Garden which is revealed to be the [[Magic Carpet]].
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While unrelated, ''Sonic Riders'' features a World Grand Prix gameplay mode where one or two player(s) race through the five courses of one of the two teams' storyline (Heroes Cup and Babylon Cup) with six/seven other computer-controlled opponents. Each competitor earns points after each race which is based on the racing position they finished in; a higher placing results in higher points. At the end of the World Grand Prix mode; the player(s) are awarded a bonus amount of [[Ring]]s and an emblem (Bronze, Silver, Gold) based on their overall position of the tournament. Notably, the computer-controlled opponents use their character's default Extreme Gear but the player(s) can choose whatever Extreme Gear they would like to use. During World Grand Prix mode, the player cannot restart the course or the mode via the Pause Menu.
   
 
===''Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity''===
 
===''Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity''===
While the storyline of ''[[Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity]]'' did not take place in a World Grand Prix, it was mentioned, in Team Heroes' Story mode, by Sonic saying that he will see Jet at the next World Grand Prix.
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While the storyline of ''[[Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity]]'' did not take place in a World Grand Prix, it was mentioned, in [[Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity/Script (Heroes)|Team Heroes' Story mode]], by Sonic saying that he will see Jet at the next World Grand Prix.
   
In Normal Race, there is a gameplay mode entitled "World Grand Prix" in which where one or two player(s) race through six courses of the two teams' storyline (Heroes Cup and Babylon Cup). Each competitor earns points after each race which is based on the racing position they finished in; a higher placing results in higher points. At the end of the World Grand Prix mode; the player(s) are awarded a bonus amount of [[Rings]] based on the overall position of the tournament.
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In Normal Race, there is a "World Grand Prix" gameplay mode which is similar to the World Grand Prix mode in ''Sonic Riders'' except the player(s) race through six courses of a chosen cup (Heroes or Babylon).
   
 
===''Sonic Free Riders''===
 
===''Sonic Free Riders''===
The World Grand Prix returns in ''Sonic Free Riders'', serving as the main setting of the game's plot. Instead of just two teams, Eggman pits [[Team Dark|two]] [[Team Rose|more]] teams in this World Grand Prix tournament. Eggman's motives in the tournament is to capture the racing data of all of the competitors to create the "fastest Extreme Gear" using Team Dark's new member, [[E-10000B]]. However, when Eggman races against the competitors on this Gear, the doctor loses, claiming that the data "didn't help him at the slightest" and E-10000B reveals itself to be [[Metal Sonic]] who then challenges his organic doppelgänger to a race. Sonic beats Metal Sonic and Metal Sonic flees from the scene. Since Eggman didn't have any actual prizes to distribute to the winners, the tournament comes to a close with no confirmed winner but everyone agreed that they had a fun time.
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The World Grand Prix returns in ''[[Sonic Free Riders]]'', serving as the main setting of the game's plot. Instead of just two teams, Eggman pits [[Team Dark|two]] [[Team Rose|more]] teams in this World Grand Prix tournament. While the competitors settle their old rivalries and/or disputes by racing each other, Eggman's motives in the tournament is to capture the racing data of all of the competitors to create the "fastest Extreme Gear" using Team Dark's new member, [[E-10000B]]. Much later on, when Eggman races against the competitors on this Gear, the doctor loses, claiming that the data he collected "didn't help him at the slightest" and E-10000B reveals itself to be [[Metal Sonic]] who then challenges his organic doppelgänger to a race. Sonic beats Metal Sonic and Metal Sonic flees from the scene. Since Eggman didn't have any actual prizes to distribute to the winners, the tournament comes to a close with no confirmed winner but everyone agreed that they had a fun time.
   
 
==Courses==
 
==Courses==
 
===''Sonic Riders''===
 
===''Sonic Riders''===
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====Heroes Cup====
 
*[[Metal City]]
 
*[[Metal City]]
 
*[[Splash Canyon]]
 
*[[Splash Canyon]]
*[[Red Canyon]]
 
 
*[[Egg Factory]]
 
*[[Egg Factory]]
*[[Green Cave]]
 
 
*[[White Cave]]
 
*[[White Cave]]
*[[Sand Ruins]]/[[Dark Desert]]
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*[[Sand Ruins]]
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====Babylon Cup====
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*[[Night Chase]]
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*[[Red Canyon]]
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*[[Ice Factory]]
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*[[White Cave]]
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*[[Dark Desert]]
   
 
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*[[Dolphin Resort]]
 
*[[Dolphin Resort]]
 
*[[Frozen Forest]]
 
*[[Frozen Forest]]
*[[Metropolis Speedway]]
 
 
*[[Magma Rift]]
 
*[[Magma Rift]]
 
*[[Rocky Ridge]]
 
*[[Rocky Ridge]]
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*[[Metropolis Speedway]]
 
*[[Forgotten Tomb]]
 
*[[Forgotten Tomb]]
 
*[[Final Factory]]
 
*[[Final Factory]]
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==Trivia==
[[Category:Sonic Free Riders]]
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*In ''[[Sonic R]]'', Dr. Eggman hosts a World Grand Prix. Instead of Extreme Gear, the competitors run on foot. (except for Amy and Dr. Eggman who used vehicles).
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*In the World Grand Prix mode of ''Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity'', [[Mobius Strip]] is not playable despite being playable in the Story mode. This maybe because the Heroes' storyline only had six courses as opposed to the Babylon's storyline's seven.
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Latest revision as of 19:42, August 25, 2019

Riders Grand Prix Final

The racers prepare to begin the final stage of the EX World Grand Prix at Sand Ruins.

Quotation1 I've put a little extra something to spice things up! I call it the 'EX World Grand Prix'! A tournament to see who's the best of the best with Extreme Gear! Quotation2
Dr. Eggman, Sonic Riders

The World Grand Prix, also referred to as the EX World Grand Prix, is an Extreme Gear tournament hosted by Dr. Eggman in Sonic Riders and Sonic Free Riders. It is a competition for Extreme Gear riders around the world to race against each other to see who is the fastest on Extreme Gear. They are mainly involved in the storylines of these two games.

Game appearancesEdit

Sonic RidersEdit

The EX World Grand Prix first appeared in Sonic Riders. The known competitors were Team Sonic (Sonic the Hedgehog, Miles "Tails" Prower, Knuckles the Echidna), Amy Rose, the Babylon Rogues (Jet the Hawk, Wave the Swallow and Storm the Albatross) and several E-10000G robots. By ensuring the Babylon Rogues' participation and charging each contestant a Chaos Emerald as the price of admission, Eggman successfully manages to bring the emeralds into proximity with Jet the Hawk's ancient family heirloom: a cubic control key to surface their ancient home-world, Babylon Garden. After Jet wins the tournament due to Wave the Swallow sabotaging Sonic's Extreme Gear, the Emeralds activate the cube and Babylon Garden rises up from beneath the dunes of Sand Ruins. The doctor intends to obtain the treasure of Babylon Garden which is revealed to be the Magic Carpet.

While unrelated, Sonic Riders features a World Grand Prix gameplay mode where one or two player(s) race through the five courses of one of the two teams' storyline (Heroes Cup and Babylon Cup) with six/seven other computer-controlled opponents. Each competitor earns points after each race which is based on the racing position they finished in; a higher placing results in higher points. At the end of the World Grand Prix mode; the player(s) are awarded a bonus amount of Rings and an emblem (Bronze, Silver, Gold) based on their overall position of the tournament. Notably, the computer-controlled opponents use their character's default Extreme Gear but the player(s) can choose whatever Extreme Gear they would like to use. During World Grand Prix mode, the player cannot restart the course or the mode via the Pause Menu.

Sonic Riders: Zero GravityEdit

While the storyline of Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity did not take place in a World Grand Prix, it was mentioned, in Team Heroes' Story mode, by Sonic saying that he will see Jet at the next World Grand Prix.

In Normal Race, there is a "World Grand Prix" gameplay mode which is similar to the World Grand Prix mode in Sonic Riders except the player(s) race through six courses of a chosen cup (Heroes or Babylon).

Sonic Free RidersEdit

The World Grand Prix returns in Sonic Free Riders, serving as the main setting of the game's plot. Instead of just two teams, Eggman pits two more teams in this World Grand Prix tournament. While the competitors settle their old rivalries and/or disputes by racing each other, Eggman's motives in the tournament is to capture the racing data of all of the competitors to create the "fastest Extreme Gear" using Team Dark's new member, E-10000B. Much later on, when Eggman races against the competitors on this Gear, the doctor loses, claiming that the data he collected "didn't help him at the slightest" and E-10000B reveals itself to be Metal Sonic who then challenges his organic doppelgänger to a race. Sonic beats Metal Sonic and Metal Sonic flees from the scene. Since Eggman didn't have any actual prizes to distribute to the winners, the tournament comes to a close with no confirmed winner but everyone agreed that they had a fun time.

CoursesEdit

Sonic RidersEdit

Heroes CupEdit

Babylon CupEdit

Sonic Riders: Zero GravityEdit

Heroes CupEdit

Babylon CupEdit

Sonic Free RidersEdit

TriviaEdit

  • In Sonic R, Dr. Eggman hosts a World Grand Prix. Instead of Extreme Gear, the competitors run on foot. (except for Amy and Dr. Eggman who used vehicles).
  • In the World Grand Prix mode of Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity, Mobius Strip is not playable despite being playable in the Story mode. This maybe because the Heroes' storyline only had six courses as opposed to the Babylon's storyline's seven.

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