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984 0 0 0 19 8c2. He is the second E-100 battle robot created by Dr. E-102 γ is somewhat a staple in the Sonic series, being the first robot to be fully playable platform-wise and even exhibit a story. With his whole life depicted on screen, he is arguably one of the most developed characters in the series. Only two pieces of concept art have been found of Gamma, shown on various Sonic fan sites. It is believed many fans asked for this shooting ability, but Sega and Sonic Team felt that Sonic the Hedgehog using a gun was inappropriate.
The developers thus decided to make another character with this ability in lieu of giving Sonic a gun. E-102 Gamma was a humanoid robot colored in mainly red and white. He possessed no neck, his head and torso coming together in an almost ellipsoid shape. His torso was red with a wide and white vertical stribe down the middle, and possessed a head light with a hexagonal gray frame on the right side. He also had gray mufflers surrounding the pelvis area, and had the number “102” painted in white on the right of his large vertical stripe and the left side of his rear.
Gamma’s shoulders were black vertical cylinders. Gamma’s black-gray blaster while his right arm had a tri-digited hand with two points of articulation on each digit. Also, Gamma’s right upper arm was red with yellow-orange cuffs, while the parts between his upper arms and forearms were gray. E-102 Gamma was a robotic life form created by Dr.
As such, its name could refer to many characters in the Sonic universe. Nearly all E-100 models were identical in design, with slight modifications such as expanded weaponry. E-102 Gamma was created by Dr. Eggman as the second unit in the E-100 Series. E-102 Gamma was powered by a captured pink Flicky held inside the robot. Although E-102 Gamma was created by and made to work under the orders of Dr. Immediately upon his ‘birth’, he was ordered by Dr.
Eggman to pass a unique training course and to fight his older ‘brother’, E-101 Beta, to become a crew member on the Egg Carrier and prove the efficiency of his design. Upon searching for the cell, Gamma accidentally discovered a disabled E-101 Beta in a lab, undergoing a torturous reconstruction process through machines. Though somewhat disturbed by this sight, he quickly disregarded this and returned to his mission. Gamma had no time to think about what he’d just done before he was called up to the deck to dispose of a pair of trespassers: Sonic the Hedgehog and Miles “Tails” Prower. Gamma was brought up to the deck and was commanded to kill Sonic by Eggman. Gamma first found and destroyed Delta in Windy Valley, then he located Epsilon in Red Mountain on Angel Island, and eradicated him as well, freeing the animals. Zeta was not in any range of the Mystic Ruins or Station Square.
Before exploding, however, Beta gathered up one last ounce of strength and suddenly blasted Gamma at point-blank range, severely damaging him. As Gamma limped away from the battlefield, the bird that was inside Beta flew up close and stirred one final memory in Gamma, of a family of birds together. Gamma, realizing he needed to free his bird, didn’t activate his auto repair system. Despite Gamma’s betrayal of Eggman, the doctor continued to build robots based on the E-102 model after Gamma’s demise, most likely because Eggman never found out about Gamma’s betrayal.
Gamma is one of the secret characters in Sonic Shuffle, where the game’s description says he was “revived with the power of dreams. Like all players he holds a unique playing ability. If he plays a 4, 5, or 6 cards, he will change into wheel mode which will negate the effects of minus ring spaces. While E-102 Gamma did not directly return in Sonic Adventure 2 and its re-releases, the similar E-1000 are deployed by Eggman. The E-1000 was a mass-produced variant of E-102 Gamma that served as a normal Badnik-style enemy, sporting a pair of cannon arms. In Sonic Battle, a new robot named Chaos Gamma appears.
He looks much like E-102 Gamma, except Chaos Gamma has another hand where E-102 Gamma had a missile launcher. Chaos Gamma also possesses several more weapons than E-102 Gamma, such as a grenade launcher and an electric dagger, but lacks the ‘headlight’ mounted on E-102 Gamma’s chest. During the game, Chaos Gamma makes numerous attempts to capture Emerl for his master and holds a Chaos Emerald Shard in its body at one point in an attempt to strengthen it. Even though the E-Series is a robot line, nearly all exhibit a conscience and personality, opposed to their emotionless physical form and drone-like robotic dialect. Like most of Eggman’s sentient robots, they usually betray their master, though unlike over-ambitious models such as Metal Sonic and E-123 Omega, Gamma’s leave of duty is usually out of a compassion or remorse for his actions against Sonic and his friends. E-102γ is renowned for gaining his sentence and more or less being the first to portray the thoughts of an average Eggman robot.