What are the origins of the Emerald and what powers does it possess?
sonic-2-master-emerald Cropped \sSonic the Hedgehog 2 has garnered an enormous level of enthusiasm amongst fans and newbies to the franchise alike. New viewers may want a refresher course in order to understand why die-hard fans are so enthralled with the film series’ increasingly cryptic allusions to the beloved video games. The first Sonic the Hedgehog movie was a landmark title for the long-suffering genre of video game movies, yet much about the film changed elements from its source material. The new picture is adding fan-favorite characters, reinventing old ones, and looks a lot more like the big screen adaption fans were hoping for.
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The Master Emerald was initially shown in the first complete trailer for Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (Sonic the Hedgehog 2) As his film-exclusive assistant Agent Stone, Jim Carrey’s new look and performance as Dr. Robotnik were presented with an amusing one-liner to the audience. The mad doctor explains that he discovered a source of ultimate power when he was away from his homeworld. The trailer briefly displays Eggman making his way into a gigantic structure and carefully getting the massive green stone. Later photography shows off some amazing design work in the mystery room that formerly held the Master Emerald. Though that item is never mentioned to by name in any of the teasers thus far, major fans understood exactly which of the franchise’s many bright gems Eggman now gets his hands on.
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The Master Emerald, like all of Sonic the Hedgehog 2’s new features, was first introduced in 1994’s Sonic the Hedgehog 3. That game, and its connected expansion Sonic & Knuckles, seem to be the fundamental blueprint from which the new film is being produced. That game’s opening sequence depicts an occurrence very much like the sight quickly shown off and discussed by Eggman in the film’s trailer. Eggman’s Death Egg, a space-faring superweapon which served as the final boss of the second game, descends into the ground at terminal velocity. It is intercepted before impacting the planet’s surface by a floating island which is subsequently recognised as Angel Island. From this mystery island, Eggman discovers a large stone and snatches it from its protector, Knuckles the Echidna. Eggman sets to work exploiting the Master Emerald for his own evil objectives and soon lures Knuckles into assisting him by informing him that Sonic intends to take the emerald. This fundamental framework seems to be important to the plot of the new film, and it has been rehashed a couple of times since its beginnings in 1994. The Master Emerald has played a big part in a number of Sonic games and performances. Later games reveal that Knuckles’ people have been in charge of defending the Master Emerald for endless centuries. The Knuckles Clan waged a decades-long conflict with a rival tribe of echidna that desired the emerald’s great power for their own. The conflict was fierce, many were slain both in battle and as collateral damage. A native of the area, a creature called a Chao, was impacted by the mystical power of the Master Emerald and became a powerful beast known as Chaos.
In the conflict:
Chaos grew infuriated and lashed out with force so immense, it threatened to destroy the earth. Thankfully, Tikal, the daughter of an echidna chief who possessed a spiritual tie with the emerald, cried out in prayer to the stone and shut away Chaos and the Master Emerald. The ensuing surge of energy pulled Angel Island into the air and kept it floating there. Many years later, Knuckles, the last of his clan, innately discovered his obligation to his people and took up the task of guarding the Master Emerald.
That past made up a large part of the narrative of 1999’s Sonic Adventure:
wherein a released Chaos was the primary antagonist. The Master Emerald has played an important part in a few of other games as well. It’s often essential to Knuckles’ plot, like as in 2002’s Sonic Adventure 2: Battle. In that game, Knuckles competes with an adept jewel thief named Rouge the Bat for fragments of the Master Emerald after Eggman unintentionally breaks it. It has a significantly lower part in most of the subsequent games, as it has been mostly overshadowed by the Chaos Emeralds. The Master Emerald has a complex relationship with the Chaos Emeralds. Those jewels were originally pitched with a “stabiliser,” which later became the Master Emerald, but throughout the years, the two concepts are mostly separated.
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Though most of the background will likely be abridged, if not omitted altogether, the Master Emerald has shifted from a generic powerful jewel to a significant component of Knuckles’ path as a character. With Knuckles’ first-ever big-screen cameo getting fans truly thrilled, it’ll be interesting to see how much of the Echidna’s legend make it into the film. Sonic the Hedgehog 2 might take some extremely interesting avenues in its glimpses of Sonic’s homeworld.