The Freedom Fighters were loosely based on the small animals Sonic rescued in the games, but that doesn't mean they're the same characters. Ricky is a type of squirrel just as Flicky is a type of bird- No one considers Flicky a unique character, after all. But Eggman's backup plan kicks in and a new threat arises to destroy the hard won peace. That's what I'm talking about. SoA Robotnik was still an ugly caricature of SoJ Eggman Missing eyes and perma-scowl , but was a bit more on-model than Julian was. But what happens when a sadistic man meets a masochistic woman? But they also own the rights to Sonia, Manic, Chris Thorndyke, and a host of other unneeded and unwanted characters who thankfully aren't part of the video game canon.
Anyone found to be adding submissions to the group which do not meet the criteria for inclusion will receive a warning, followed by disciplinary measures if such actions continue. Sonic the Hedgehog Spinball has no bearing whatsoever on the Sonic Team universe canon, as it was developed by the third party Sega Technical Institute. The opposite could be said for Sonic X, and that's just fine; Ricky is canon to the Sonic Team universe upon which that animated series was based off of, after all. I'll just start off be reiterating what everybody else has said by stating that although Ken Kinoshita's Sally Acorn is loosely based off of Naoto Ōshima's Ricky, she isn't Ricky. Show how much you love and honor Princess Sally Acorn! Because that's her name, and she isn't Ricky. Oh lawdy, this argument is so incredibly flawed.
Also for the dank meme lovers who flagged the video I changed the picture to your liking. Another Sallyfan called Protozet recently made a video for this beautiful day to celebrate Sally Acorn. Sally is a left over only because the comics are a separate entity. Unfortunately for her, the one to come up with this idea is her new Mistress, Fiona. She was designed by the people behind the cartoons. This never made its way to America.
There's a huge difference between Sally being owned by Sega which she is and Sally being recognized by Sega as part of their canon which she isn't. However, even if they were, they're so altered as to be unrecognizable and these versions simply would not apply to the game series. So they needed a big plot device to bring in the crowd so they killed off Sally. By using her same logic you could say that Peter Griffin is, in actuality, Homer Simpson solely because he happens to be loosely based off of him. There was absolutely no communication whatsoever between either Sally or Ricky's respective character creators during their designing processes, and they hold nothing in common aside from having somewhat similar appearances and appearing within two very different branches of the same entertainment franchise. It's a constant struggle as to which one will win.
Now I do not hate Amy, though it annoys the heck out of me when I see people saying Sally is not canon and so on. Ricky is more like a species of squirrel, since we've seen multiple Rickies onscreen at once, particularly after freeing them from an Egg Capsule. As well as that she is the most recognizable non-game character to people who aren't even fans. Set during the events of Forces, during the six months Sonic was in prison. After having removed several pieces of art from the group's gallery which did not include the group's namesake character in any form, I just wanted to remind everyone that this group is dedicated to Sally Acorn, and as such the works submitted to it must have Sally in it.
To think that she's canon to the game series is pure delusional fantasy. They avert a disaster before it even happens. Ricky is normally used in the games instead of Sally. More character tags will be added as the story progresses. Few people argue that the AoStH version of Robotnik was canon to the video games, or that the Grounders from Aquatic Ruin Zone were comically-moronic turquoise-colored robots rather than the red drones they were.
The Freedom Fighters will find their bonds tested like never before and their futures covered by a shadow of doubt. Shogakukan's Sonic the Hedgehog Shogaku Yonensei the manga in which Amy Rose made her debut began publication in 1992, whilst Archie Comics' Sonic the Hedgehog the comic book series in which Sally Acorn made her debut didn't begin print until 1993. We hope that every Sallyfan enjoys this beautiful Support Princess Sally Acorn Day. Sally discovers that she may be in lesbians for her friend. The main canon featured within the games takes place within Sonic Team's Sonic the Hedgehog universe. It should also be worth noting that it was Sally Acorn who made a cameo appearance in this game, and not Ricky.
What this poster seems to be referring to is the canon featured within the games, which takes place in Sonic Team's Sonic the Hedgehog universe. This fanfic is set after Sonic And The Secret Scrolls and before Sonic Conversion. She has not appeared in any Sonic Team-developed game, and most probably never will. It should also be noted that neither case is relevant, as none of these take place within Sonic Team's Sonic the Hedgehog universe. Mechano on the other hand just has a damn clue what he's talking about. But when people start claiming she has any place in the games, that's where I have to set things straight. What if a cat girl mobian named Hershey the Cat had joined a different group after the ending of a brutal tyrant.
. Because of this Sally is just as official as any other major Sonic character. Additionally, Viridi and the curious Pit are with her, and it's up to Palutena to explain to them what exactly's going on in this wide multiverse, and who these heroes and villains are. Sally Acorn is not canon to this universe at all, no. She is still a canon sega character, just because she does not appear on the website does not mean she is not a canon, the Japanese Sega is free to use her at any time being she is Sega property. Sonic Team decided to make her a canonical series staple beginning with the 1998 release of Sonic Adventure, and she's been here ever since! I know Sally's loved a few of the main characters, but here are a few things you forget to account for.