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 Jet and Blaze Watch The Clowds
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Dance Gangnam style! ^^
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SEGA has not been kind to the supporting cast lately. Sonic Boom looks promising, but being a spin-off set in an entirely different universe, it has little impact on the main line of Sonic games. Blaze has received the brunt of this treatment, as has every character besides Sonic, Eggman, and Tails (to an extent). However, Blaze has a problem unique to her likeness; Silver. He has also been sidelined as a result of SEGA's "Return to the Roots" approach to kamakailan titles, but in most kamakailan titles in which he does appear, he appears alongside Blaze. Silver happens to be quite the hit with the...
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Most tagahanga fiction stories I have read have painted Blaze's realm as a constitutional monarchy with major restrictions on her power, including the ability to put her to trial or even confiscate the Sol Emeralds from her. This is understandable, since Blaze often claims a moral duty to her people during the Sonic Rush games, and the image of an absolute monarchy is one of corruption and tyranny, and generally has very negative connotations in the Western world. However, this is not to say absolute monarchs are incapable of caring or compassion for their people, they are just very rare due to the...
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