Page for November 22, 2003:

Commentary for September 15, 2018:

Where are the Chaos Emeralds? Well, click that link if you've forgotten. Of course, Sora-Ya doesn't know this.

Here is another page that has barely changed from the original. Even Tails talking about the Tornado running on microfusion cells is straight from the original script. Of course, I improved the dialogue a bit, but overall, there wasn't a lot to change about this page. It's nice when that happens. I won't happen much more I suspect... But we'll see.

Anyway, this story arc picks up on where we left the Echidna Empire after they looted the Black Mountains weapons depot on pages #131 and #132. And since then, they've repainted the GUN cruiser they stole in Imperial colours, outfitted her with stealth shielding, and renamed her. And they've also retrofitted a plane with an EMP cannon.

Another word about the lore of Eon's World. Tails mentioned the Oil Wars and how propellor planes have run on fusion cells since then. I won't go into too much detail, but the Oil Wars were fought over the Earth's last accessible oil fields late in the 21st century. After this, the oil ran out and alternatives to petroleum had to be adopted. Fortunately, research into fusion reactors had gone far enough by this point that propellor planes didn't need petroleum fuel any longer. Jet planes, though...? Well, that's another story.

Original Character Credits

Sora-Ya - character & sprites by Bethany Turner

Horatio - character & sprites by Bethany Turner

Echidna Empire soldiers - characters & sprites by Bethany Turner

Féro-Na - character & sprites by Bethany Turner

Iago - character & sprites by Bethany Turner

Brabanzio - character & sprites by Bethany Turner


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