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  • This may have been addressed in the PlayStation 3/360 version, but This Troper only played the Wii version, so he's not sure. Here's the question: did Professor Pickle know that Chip was Light Gaia? There's no way there couldn't have been at least a mention of that in the Gaia Manuscripts unless he was working with a seriously abridged version of them, but then why didn't he say anything when Sonic visited him time and again with Chip by his side? I mean, sure, he Never Asked, but if I knew that the hero I'm depending on was traveling with Dark Gaia's god-in-mortal-form natural counterpart without knowing it, I think I'd at least comment on it.
    • I personally got the impression that Chip was not Light Gaia's usual form (this is a Headscratchers page, it's okay to leave out spoiler tags), just a weird avatar he was forced into when Eggman prematurely broke the planet apart and woke the Gaias up. Light Gaia obviously must have been in the Gaia Manuscripts, but he probably didn't show up as the little furry fairy Sonic calls Chip.
      • (Original poster) That theory sounds plausible at face value, but unfortunately it doesn't match the details. The "little furry fairy" is indeed Chip's true form. For proof, remember when Chip was sucked into that mural in the Adabat Temple of Gaia, right before he recovered his memory? The mural in question depicted Light Gaia facing off against Dark Gaia, and the former was in the same form we see him in. Don't ask how I know that considering I haven't played the game in weeks.
  • Here's a mind-bender for you. In the opening sequence of the game, Sonic is shown running along Eggman's space fleet with no protection from the vacuum of space. Not only does he survive at least four minutes, but the energy he still has is enough to destroy every piece of defense between him and Eggman. Then, when he reaches the inner sanctuary of the Egg Satellite where he gets transformed into the Werehog, Eggman opens up a window and sucks Sonic into space toward the planet. How exactly did space choose to become tangible after the Werehog shows up?
    • It didn't. The air pressure was lower outside than inside, but that doesn't mean there wasn't any outside. Of course, the series has adhered to Batman Can Breathe in Space ever since Sonic 2...
    • There was air in the room and he was blown out.
      • And then the momentum continued to carry him toward Earth, until gravity kicked in.
      • But when Super Sonic bursted in through the floor, wouldn't all the air be sucked out BEFORE Eggman opened the window!?
      • There was a big tunnel of sealing doors before Sonic got to the area where he lost the emeralds. Sure, Sonic broke most of them, but when you're building an air-tight spaceship you build backup sealing doors.
      • The tunnel of sealing doors and the room where Eggman trapped Super Sonic were on different spaceships entirely.
  • Sonic's shoes change. His gloves do not. He then gets new gloves every time he switches back. Why one and not the other? Sure, the gloves shred themselves to show claws. Why not have clawed feet too?
    • Maybe he has clawed feet but his shoes are tougher than his gloves? They do have to withstand a lot of friction.
  • So the Gaia Temples restore the crust of the Earth to how it was before Eggman blew it up, right? Then why didn't Angel Island return to the Mystic Ruins during this game? It wasn't always floating.
    • The Master Emerald's still on it and pulling it up.
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