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- For the giant Eggman robot, see Death Egg Robot.
The Death Egg is a massive orbital fortress, constructed by Dr. Eggman. A true study in evil mega-engineering, the spherical space station resembles the face of Eggman himself, with concave eye-sockets, a nose and a moustache. Hosting some of the Doctor's most deadly creations of all time, this vast stronghold serves as the scientist's final base in the early Sega Mega Drive-era games. The Death Egg is a tribute to the Death Star, a space station in the Star Wars series.
- 1 Game appearances
- 1.1 Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (16-bit)
- 1.2 Sonic the Hedgehog 3
- 1.3 Sonic & Knuckles
- 1.4 Sonic Drift 2
- 1.5 Sonic the Fighters
- 1.6 Sonic Battle
- 1.7 Sonic Generations
- 1.8 Sonic Generations (3DS)
- 1.9 Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II
- 1.10 Sonic Runners
- 1.11 LEGO Dimensions
- 1.12 Sonic Runners Adventure
- 1.13 Sonic Forces
- 1.14 Levels
- 1.15 Related levels
- 2 Gallery
- 3 In other media
- 4 References
Death Egg Zone contained only the final two bosses, Mecha Sonic and a giant Eggman shaped robot piloted by the Doctor himself, also named Death Egg. After the robot is defeated, the explosion sets of a chain reaction, engulfing the space station in flames. The full exterior of the Death Egg is only depicted in the Zone's level select icon.
Following the events of Sonic the Hedgehog 2, the Death Egg crash lands on the legendary Floating Island, pushing it down to the planet's surface. The repaired Death Egg, ready for launch, can be seen in the background of Launch Base Zone. At the end of Act 2, Sonic boards the space station as it is being launched, and defeats Eggman again in a battle on the underside of the ascending station's hull. The resulting explosion damages the Death Egg, averting its relaunch.
Following the events of Sonic the Hedgehog 3, the Death Egg falls out of the sky and lands on the volcano of the Floating Island. The Death Egg can be seen resting on top of the volcano in the background of Lava Reef Zone and Hidden Palace Zone. At the end of the game, the Death Egg was launched again, using the power of the stolen Master Emerald. It then became a two-Act Zone playable by Sonic and/or Tails containing an Act 1 boss and three Act 2 bosses (including Tails' final boss). After defeating the final boss, the Death Egg was (presumably) destroyed.
Sonic the Fighters introduces the Death Egg II, which once again is home to two bosses. Although retaining the shape of the original Death Egg, it is different in the fact many pronged girders came off in different directions.
In Sonic Battle, Eggman's latest Death Egg houses his "Final Egg Blaster" weapon. The final battle against Emerl is situated there. Seen from Holy Summit, this iteration of the Death Egg is hemispherical and looks a more like the Space Colony ARK.
In Sonic Generations, Sonic revisits past adventures as the Time Eater wreaks havoc across time and space. The Death Egg appears in the background of Sky Sanctuary, as first depicted in Sonic & Knuckles. The Death Egg is also the setting of the Death Egg Robot boss battle, as first depicted in Sonic the Hedgehog 2.
In the Nintendo 3DS version of Sonic Generations, Sonic once again battles the Big Arm boss on a platform underneath the Death Egg, as first depicted in Sonic the Hedgehog 3.
Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II introduces the Death Egg mk.II, a space station built around the Little Planet. It first appears, partially constructed, in the background of the White Park Zone Boss level. The completed Death Egg mk.II is the setting of the game's final Zone.
The Death Egg appears as a companion in Sonic Runners. Its effect is the possibility of reviving for free after being defeated, with the chances being stronger for Power-type characters, such as Knuckles.
A LEGO version of the Death Egg appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog Level Pack.
The Death Egg appears in the background of Sky Sanctuary.
The Death Egg returns in Sonic Forces where it is used as a prison for many captured civilians, including Sonic. Later in the story, the Resistance sends Classic Sonic up to the Death Egg to destroy it, believing it to be the source of the Phantom Ruby's power.
- Death Egg Zone, in Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (16-bit)
- Death Egg Zone, in Sonic & Knuckles
- Death Egg, in Sonic Drift 2
- Death Egg's Eye, in Sonic the Fighters
- Death Egg's Hangar, in Sonic the Fighters
- Death Egg, in Sonic Battle
- Egg Hangar, in Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing and Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed
- Death Egg mk.II, in Sonic 4: Episode II
- Death Egg Zone, in LEGO Dimensions
- Death Egg: Prison Hall, in Sonic Forces
- Death Egg: VS. Zavok, in Sonic Forces
- Death Egg: Egg Gate, in Sonic Forces
- Death Egg: Death Egg, in Sonic Forces
- See the Death Egg theme, for other space station levels suspiciously like the Death Egg
In other media
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|Locations in the Sonic the Hedgehog Game Series|
|Islands||Christmas Island | South Island | West Side Island | Angel Island | Cocoa Island | Flicky Island | Prison Island | Onyx Island | Southern Island | Starfall Islands|
|Landmarks||Never Lake | Mt. Mobius | Emerald Shrine | Tails' Workshop | Babylon Garden | Gaia Gate|
|Regions / Nations||Eggman Empire | Station Square | Mystic Ruins | United Federation | Central City | Soleanna | Monopole | City | Mystic Jungle|
|Vessels||Death Egg | Death Egg II | Egg Carrier | Space Colony ARK | Eggman Fleet|
|Planets / Planetoids||Mobius | Little Planet | Black Comet | Interstellar Amusement Park | Lost Hex|
|Dimensions||Special Stage | Maginaryworld | Sol Dimension | Arabian Nights | Twilight Cage | Grand Kingdom | White Space|