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Sonic Dash 2: Sonic Boom

The dazzling sequel to SEGA’s hit endless runner, SONIC DASH. Featuring the cast and world of the new TV series, SONIC BOOM!

New and amazing 3D worlds, challenges and game play. Play as Sonic the Hedgehog, Tails, Amy, Knuckles, and Sonic’s new friend, Sticks. Let’s do this!

SONIC DASH 2 FEATURES
- RACE with up to three characters in new Team Play mode! Swap runners mid-race to earn high scores!
- UNLEASH new special powers - Sonic’s Dash Ring Magnet, Knuckle’s Slam, Amy’s Ring Hammer, and more
- CONQUER new obstacles and Badniks
- DASH on new fast-paced tracks in and above the beautiful Sonic Boom world
- MASTER new Swing & Tilt gameplay with the super charged Enerbeam; tilt your device to swing the runner towards the Rings and Orbs
- COLLECT, evolve, and run with new magical Sprites
- EARN special prizes in new Events and Daily SEGA Challenges!

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Do-Gooder

Full Name

Miles "Tails" Prower

Occupation

Pilot

Gadget specialist
Strategist and overall brains of Team Sonic

Powers/Skills

Flight

Genius-level intellect
Skilled mechanic
Skilled inventor
Strategizing
Planning
Expert air pilot
Proficient enerbeam wielder
Bad luck inducement (possibly)

Hobby

Studying
Helping and impressing Sonic
Spending time with Knuckles
Training
Being with Zooey

Goals

Assist Sonic in his battles with Eggman
Help and impress Sonic
Conquer Sonic's admiration

Family

Zooey (love interest)

Mirror Dimension Tails (counterpart)
Alternate Dimension Tails (counterpart)
Cyborg Tails(cyber-genetic clone)

Friends/Allies

Type of Hero

Unwanted Genius

I'm not adorable! I'm serious and formidable!
~ Tails refusing to admit that he's cute in "Tails' Crush"

Miles Prower, more commonly referred to as Tails, is the deuteragonist in the Sonic Boom series. He's an anthropomorphic two-tailed fox and the sidekick of Sonic the Hedgehog.

He serves as the pilot, gadget specialist, strategist and overall brains of Team Sonic, a group of heroes who protect their home from villains and foes alike.

Concept and creation

Tails' attire was meant to emphasize his role as the "gadget guy" of the team. He received a belt to "really show" his gadgets and aviator goggles to reinforce that he was also the team's pilot.

The sports tape Tails wears is inspired by fighters and American football players and is meant to give him a sense of practical heroism by showing that that he is not vain, which is a trait more fitting for villains, when saving the world and to give him a more grounded approach.

Appearance

Tails is almost identical to his main series counterpart in appearance, except that he is slightly taller, his arms and legs are longer, his twin-tails are thinner, his shoulders are more pronounced and his chest fur is much less fluffy.

For attire, he wears a pair of brown goggles with orange lenses on his head, (which appear to change shape whenever they are worn on his eyes) a brown work belt with a strap around his shoulder and a small buckle adorned with his signature symbol, and white medium-long gloves with no cuffs. He also wears red sneakers with white toes and cuffs, which have white sports tape wrapped around the middle.

At the Awardy Awards, Tails wore a yellow and black-striped butterfly.

Personality

Tails is a friendly young fox with a plucky "can do" attitude and an inherent optimism, though he can be naive at times. The most creative in his group, Tails is a proficient tinkerer with a big imagination.

He is constantly furnishing his mind with big dreams of epic inventions to not only give his team the edge but also make life easier. While some of his creations are brilliant, however, some are questionable and not always reliable.

Nevertheless, Tails takes pride in his creations and is very emotionally attached to them, as seen in the case of UT, his tools, the Tailsmobile and his plane, to the point of calling them his "babies" and risking his own well-being for them rather than leaving them to an unfortunate fate.

For all the mishaps he may cause, Tails can always be relied to come through for other people

Unlike Sonic, who runs headlong into trouble, Tails plans out the best possible approach to take on a challenge.

Logically orientated, Tails relies on facts and science over questionable theories and believes that every occurrence has a logical explanation.

Despite his intelligence and general fearlessness, Tails has astraphobia. Also, at times, he can be shy in the face of the unknown, but his friends will always help push him out of his comfort zone.

Sometimes though, he feels like he has to prove himself to his teammates like when he applied to be Sonic's sidekick again after Sonic fired him or when he isolated himself until he had fixed his Unbolterizer.

He is shown to be redundant in his sentences as when he explained what Knuckles needed to do, saying "Solar Convergence Device" three times.

Powers and abilities

Gifted with a pair of twin tails, Tails can utilize these unique appendages to achieve flight by twirling them around like rotary blades, similar to a helicopter.

He can also use them as a turbine to propel himself forward, allowing him to move almost as fast as Sonic. By using his twin tails as rear propellers, Tails can also move underwater with great ease.

Tails is a genius-level mechanic and inventor, capable of creating many forms of robots, programs and even devices capable of bending the laws of physics. His remarkable intelligence and skills are so well-founded that he can create advanced programs and other machines in a very short time.

He is also an expert at multitasking, as he is capable of doing things such as inventing a car that can circle the earth on half a jar of kosher pickles, balancing his checkbook, and coming up with an organic quiche recipe while busy with other tasks.

His ingenuity and strategic mind is as well demonstrated in battle where he can turn something as simple as a film projector into a weapon. He is also an expert air pilot and one of the best aerial fighters that can use a plane in battle.

Like the rest of his team has at some point, Tails wields the Enerbeam, a piece of tech from the Ancients. This tool lets him create an energy tether that he can use to latch onto objects or create a makeshift whip/rope. Tails in particular has incorporated his Enerbeam into his belt-buckle, allowing for everyday usage.

Relationships

Sonic the Hedgehog

Tails and Sonic are close as brothers, and spend a lot of time together. The only times when they have gotten into an argument were about Amy's play and a widabit inhabiting Sonic's shack, but have made up both times.

Knuckles the Echidna

Amy Rose

Sticks the Badger

Dr. Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik

Gordon Botijon

Mr. Lucio

Mrs. Agrimaldolina

Zooey

Zooey is Tails' love interest and girlfriend. When first crushing on Zooey, Tails would often zone out about her, but because he was too shy to approach her, he would get nervous and lose control when she talked to him. Desperate to get closer to Zooey, Tails made several awkward attempts to impress her which only pushed her further away. Once he started being himself though, Tails would win Zooey over after saving her from Giant Robot, which she signified with a kiss.Since then, they have remained in a healthy relationship. Tails in particular thought a lot about Zooey while he was out on a dangerous mission once, and would constantly write her letters.

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Delegate Morales

Miss Natita

Chimoltrufia

Chompiras

Trivia

  • Tails can play both the drums and the bass.
  • Tails is the one who taught Knuckles how to ride a bike, wrap his sports tape and count.
  • Although Tails flies planes, he does not have a pilot license.
  • It is revealed that Tails cannot cook. While he does have some skills as he could make a meal for Eggman while he lived with him, it was not a very good result.
  • Tails' design is a bit similar to the design of Tails from Light Mobius.
  • Unlike his main series counterpart (at least in the games), he needs air vents to achieve altitude and cannot "truly fly". However he's perfectly able to do so in the TV Series.
  • Tails is the only character in the TV series to use his Enerbeam the most.
  • Tails is voiced by Colleen Villard, who also voices Sora Takenouchi from the Saban English dub of Digimon Adventure and Digimon Adventure 02, Jazz Fenton from Danny Phantom, Wasp from The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes and Ino Yamanaka from Naruto.
  • Compared to his mainstream counterpart, this incarnation of Tails has thinner twin tails.

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List of Sonic Boom episodes

Wikipedia list article

Sonic Boom is a CGIanimated series, produced by Sega of America, Inc. and Technicolor Productions in collaboration with Lagardère Thématiques and Jeunesse TV, respectively for channels Cartoon Network, Canal J, and Gulli. The series follows the adventures of Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, Amy, and Sticks, who all try to foil the Doctor Eggman's evil plans to take over their island in order to build his own theme park. The series premiered on Cartoon Network in the United States on November 8, 2014 and on Canal J and Gulli on November 19, 2014 and on Boomerang in the United Kingdom on June 1, 2015. The series has aired 104 episodes, with each being 11 minutes long.

The second season premiered on October 29, 2016 on Cartoon Network, while the rest of the season started airing on Boomerang on November 12, 2016.[1] The second season concluded on November 8, 2017, and there have been no plans to continue the show since then.[2]

Series overview[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2014–15)[edit]

Season 2 (2016–17)[edit]

  • Starting this season, all of the new episodes now air on Boomerang.

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Sonic Boom: Tails' Cutest Moments (Part One)

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