Page for May 04, 2003:

Commentary for August 24, 2018:

Minimal changes to this page from the original, apart from tweaking the dialogue a little bit (and adding some more foreshadowing) using updated red Sora-Ya sprites instead of the original pink ones and using custom sprites of Tikal that I made myself the following year, rather than the ones I'd used originally. The first ones I'd used were a very pale orange, almost peach, which I felt was too light. That said, I may have made Tikal a deeper orange than she is in the games, but I was going with her appearance in Sonic X, where her orange is a bit deeper. Hey, at least I didn't go full Sonic the Comic on her and make her red like Knuckles, too.

I included Tikal because I'd always liked her. My first experience of her was in issue #179 of Sonic the Comic, which was part of that series' (very loose) adaptation of Sonic Adventure, and she was kind of a badass in that. When I finally played the game less than a year later (but, my goodness, it felt so much longer than that), I found she wasn't quite as she portrayed in the comic, but I liked her kind and gentle game personality better. (In fact, I liked everything about the game version of Sonic Adventure better than Sonic the Comic's adaptation of it. Well, except maybe the fishing.)

Original Character Credits

Sora-Ya - character & sprites by Bethany Turner

Iago - character & sprites by Bethany Turner

Horatio - character & sprites by Bethany Turner

Takinshoto (The Master Echidna) - character and sprites by T-M-E

Eon Squirrel - character & sprites by Bethany Turner


Custom Sprite Credits

Tikal - sprites by Bethany Turner

Metal Sonic - sprites by MechaSonic2

Metal Knuckles - sprites by MechaSonic2


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