Page for October 13, 2002:

Commentary for August 04, 2018:

At first, I wasn't going to do any more than edit the dialogue to this page, but I decided to re-do the first scene. Originally, it took place on a non-descript balcony overlooking some mountains, and I used Doctor Eggman sprites from Sonic Advance. I used those sprites for Eggman from page #002 through to page #307, but I often struggled with them, because they were ludicrously tall next to everyone else. With the limited panel space, I found it hard to get all of his dialogue in comfortably. After struggling with this for over two years, as well as being painfully conscious of how silly Eggman looked next to other human sprites -- mostly edited from Mega Man Zero resistance sprites -- I started working on more sensibly sized Eggman sprites, which I used thereafter.

I hadn't planned to use them from the beginning in the remaster and I didn't at first. But when I started on my second pass at it, to make some critical changes (which are coming up in a few pages), I decided to heck with it. So, I moved the location of the first scene to Eggman's Pyramid Base from Sonic Adventure 2 (which is his main base throughout most of his time in Eon's World 1.0), and started using my fully custom Eggman sprites.

For the rest of the page, I just made some changes to the dialogue.

This page marks the first appearance in Eon's World of Lothar Hex, who would go on to be a main character in the webcomic, Exterminatus Now. He was one of a number of OC's I was given permission to include in Eon's World in its early days.

Original Character Credits

Lothar Hex - character by Gary Webber, sprites by T-M-E


Custom Sprite Credits

Doctor Eggman - sprites by Bethany Turner

Nack the Weasel - sprites by Daniel Sidney & Bendilin


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