Dr. Eggman

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Eggman/Robotnik is widely recognized for his dignified-yet-wacky body language, militaristic attire, well-trimmed mustache, and cool voice.

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Dr. Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik (ドクタードロップス Dokutā Pingas) is a video game character and the main antagonist of the Sonic the Hedgehog series created by Sega. He is a magnificent fat bastard known for his evil plans of world domination, which are somehow always thwarted by a blue rat.

Eggbotnikman has appeared in almost every Sonic video game since the very first one, even the shitty ones like Sonic '06. He is also a prominent character in other Sonic media, including comics, novels, cartoons, anime, drinking mugs, panties, flamethrowers, and toilet paper.

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Eggman is an obese technological genius obsessed with conquering the world with his army of cute animals-turned-murderous robotic slaves. His attempts at world domination usually lead to billions of dollars in property damage and the destruction of much of his machinery. Despite being a mad scientist, Eggman lacks common sense, in that he creates machines that are shoddily-built and reveal their weaknesses rather easily.

Although Eggman has been defeated by Sonic and his friends countless times, he somehow always manages to evade capture, and continues to return and wreak havoc on Earth. Without a full-time job, the income to fund his plans is generated through his various television/radio programs such as Cooking with 12w40 Oil and Prrromotion Radio. In recent years, in order to cut costs, Eggman has stopped using animals as his robots' power sources, instead relying on wind power.

In the good ol' days, Robotnik lived in a Seussian fortress on top of a dangerously steep hill; one that was very easy to spot despite constant relocating, as it was decorated with a large golden statue of himself. He resided with his slapstick robot assistants Scratch, Grounder, and Coconuts, who always managed to screw up his plans. Since changing his name to "Eggman", however, he has constantly jumped from base to base to avoid military capture.

edit Biography

edit Early life

Robotnik was born to a single mother with an abusive disposition and a hair-on-lip disorder. He was placed in a nursery under a nanny's care, only to overthrow the nanny in a military coup d'état. As a child, he ate four dozen eggs every morning, which resulted in his morbid obesity we see today.

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Dr. Robotnik in simpler times.

In Sonic the Hedgehog (1991), Dr. Robotnik attempts to take over the tranquil South Island by capturing little animals and turning them into robots. He also tries to find the mystical Chaos Emeralds, which turn your thoughts into power, to help him realize his dream of conquering the world. However, he is defeated by an ultra-fast furry named Sonic the Hedgehog.

In Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (1992), following his embarrassing defeat at the hands of Sonic, Robotnik is "inspired" to create his own version of the Death Star called the Death Egg. He tries to take over the world once more, but Sonic and his new sidekick Tails whoop Robotnik's ass again and heavily damage the Death Egg.

In Sonic the Hedgehog 3 (1993), the Death Egg crash-lands on a floating island called Floating Island. There, Robotnik meets the island's guardian Knuckles the Echidna, and tricks him into thinking Sonic and Tails are coming to steal the Master Emerald and he is here to help him. Knuckles, being the dupe he is, sets up traps throughout the island to hider Sonic's progress.

In Sonic & Knuckles (1994), Knuckles finds Robotnik trying to steal the Master Emerald and cries out to him "I thought we had something special!", to which Robotnik responds by electrocuting Knuckles. Sonic, of course, beats the shit out of the good doctor, blows up the Death Egg again, and returns the Master Emerald to Knuckles.

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Robotnik, having undergone intense rebranding as "Eggman", made his jump to 3D in Sonic Adventure (1999). Now you can see his mustache in all its polygonal glory. In the game, he returns to Floating Island—which has undergone only slight rebranding as "Angel Island"—to study the ancient ruins, and stumbles across some hieroglyphics that tell of a Tentacle Monster made out of water that's trapped in the Master Emerald and feeds on Chaos Emeralds. He then smashes the Master Emerald, which encourages the monster to work for him.[1]

In addition to the monster, Eggman also constructs a giant ship known as the Egg Carrier, and manufactures cooler-looking robots to help him take over the world. Unfortunately, once he gets all of the Chaos Emeralds and feeds them to Chaos, Chaos betrays him. Eggman tries to stop Chaos by shooting at him with his Egg Carrier 2, but Chaos fires his lazor on Eggman and sends the not-so-good doctor flying sky high. Sonic, as expected, defeats the monster and restores peace to the town (despite Chaos already having destroyed the city and caused the deaths of millions).

In Sonic Adventure 2 (2001), Eggman falls into a dumpster, defeated. In the dumpster, he finds the diary of Prof. Gerald Robotnik, his great-grandfather, that mentions some kind of "Ultimate Life Form". Equipped with his Egg Walker turret, Eggman goes to Prison Island to find the lifeform; as it turns out, it's Shadow the Hedgehog, an angsty clone of Sonic with a posh British accent. Along with a heavily-endowed bat who is actually an undercover G.U.N agent named Rouge, Shadow teams up with Eggman to conquer the world. Of course, like every villain the foolish doctor teams up with, Shadow secretly plans to backstab Eggman at the last minute.

Eggman's proudest moment in the game occurs when he nearly kills Sonic—of course, since Sonic's the main character, he lives via a weak plot twist. Nevertheless, Eggman manages to nab the seven Chaos Emeralds and puts them in the Eclipse Cannon, but finds out that the Space Colony ARK[2] was pre-programmed by Prof. Gerald to crash into Earth when activated, as retaliation for those gubment bastards killing his granddaughter. Eggman then reluctantly teams up with Sonic and pals to save his skin. A massive lizard—who is actually a suicide bomber made by Prof. Gerald—appears to make sure the Ark crashes, but is defeated by the duo of Super Sonic and Super Shadow. While Sonic survives, Shadow somehow runs out of energy and falls to Earth, presumably to his splattering death.

Eggman then reluctantly flies the gang of furries home on his space shuttle, and there is much bickering during the trip.

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In Sonic Heroes (2004), Eggman creates a series of battleships called the Egg Fleet, which he plans to use to take over the world in three days (good luck with that). Unfortunately, before he can take over the world, he is captured by his own creation, Metal Sonic. Oh yeah, did we mention Eggman made a robotic copy of Sonic? Metal betrays Eggman by locking him up, taking control of his fleet, and shapeshifting into the doctor.

Eggman uses a walkie talkie to contact the Team Chaotix detective agency, and offers them lots and lots of money if they free him. Once Eggman is freed, it is too late, and Metal Sonic transforms into a rehash of Chaos, but Sonic and friends defeat him with the Real Super Power of Teamwork. After the ordeal, Eggman is chased away by Team Chaotix because he tried to sneak out of paying them.

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In Sonic Unleashed (2008), Eggman turns Sonic into a Werehog and tries to break the planet into pieces, which backfires horribly. In Sonic Colors (2009), he tries to enslave an alien race known as Wisps and drain their energy, but once again, fails. In Sonic Generations (2011), he teams up with his Classic Robotnik counterpart and tries to do everything evil he did before, but fails again. When their plan fails, the two Eggmans get trapped outside the space-time continuum for a year.[3]

edit References

  1. In the world of video game plots, this is logical.
  2. Oh yeah, did I tell you about the ARK? It's not important, so don't worry about it.
  3. Even in the world of video game plots, this is bat fuck insane.
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