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'''Spaceport''' is the second stage of the ''[[Sonic Forces]]'', which is located in the [[Chemical Plant Zone]] from ''[[Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (16-bit)|Sonic the Hedgehog 2]]'', but influenced by the version seen in ''[[Sonic Generations]]'' and presents a totally new environment because it is another chemical plant.
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Plot-wise, when [[Sonic the Hedgehog|Sonic]] is defeated by villains in the city, [[Dr. Eggman]] dominates 99% of the world and a Resistance is formed to fight him, but without the blue hedgehog beside them they do not have much of a chance. The Resistance then resolves to recruit a new member: a survivor of the incident in the city known as the [[Avatar]]. They send the Avatar on their first mission: To rescue Sonic, who is trapped in a space prison aboard the [[Death Egg]]. The novice's first objective is to find a way to reach space through one of the spaceports of the [[Eggman Empire]], which is in one of several chemical plants.
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Unlike earlier versions of Chemical Plant, it is presented in a maritime zone, as a kind of industrial platform in a northern region of the world, with constant winds and cold weather freezing the chemical pipes. Further down, it is possible to see that the place also serves as a spaceport, as the name implies, with cargo being transported between the plant and the Death Egg through ships.
  
 
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Space Port
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It has been proposed that Space Port be renamed and moved to a new page.

Reason for proposal:

The in-game name for this stage is "Spaceport", not "Space Port".

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Space Port
Second level, Sonic Forces
Level theme: industrial
Secondary level theme: winter
Played as: Avatar

Spaceport is the second stage of the Sonic Forces, which is located in the Chemical Plant Zone from Sonic the Hedgehog 2, but influenced by the version seen in Sonic Generations and presents a totally new environment because it is another chemical plant.

Plot-wise, when Sonic is defeated by villains in the city, Dr. Eggman dominates 99% of the world and a Resistance is formed to fight him, but without the blue hedgehog beside them they do not have much of a chance. The Resistance then resolves to recruit a new member: a survivor of the incident in the city known as the Avatar. They send the Avatar on their first mission: To rescue Sonic, who is trapped in a space prison aboard the Death Egg. The novice's first objective is to find a way to reach space through one of the spaceports of the Eggman Empire, which is in one of several chemical plants.

Unlike earlier versions of Chemical Plant, it is presented in a maritime zone, as a kind of industrial platform in a northern region of the world, with constant winds and cold weather freezing the chemical pipes. Further down, it is possible to see that the place also serves as a spaceport, as the name implies, with cargo being transported between the plant and the Death Egg through ships.


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