Knuckles! Clenched Fists of Anger
From Sonic Retro
| Sonic X episode #17|
"Knuckles! Clenched Fists of Anger"
|Written by: Masahiko Shiraishi|
|Directed by: Hiroshi Kimura|
|Production no.: 017|
|Original airdate: July 27, 2003|
Knuckles! Fist of Fury is the 17th episode in the first season of Sonic X. In the English dub, it is known as The Adventures of Knuckles and Hawk.
Knuckles the Echidna received a message that his human friend, Hawk had found a red chaos emerald and went to check it out. When he got there he got tricked by a group of men that told him where Hawk was. Eventually he and Hawk escaped and went to the place where Hawk had hidden the emerald. Suddenly an Eggman hologram appeared and while Knuckles was distracted, a ninja robot (E-91) attacked Hawk. While Knuckles and E-91 were fighting, the building started to collapse so they go out of there.
The next day, Knuckles and Hawk at Hawk's hideout where they were thinking of what to do. When Knuckles hit a wooden pole, he got piled with somethings and the shovel claw fell on his head. That gave him a great idea. When they got to the site of where the chaos emerald was still buried, Knuckles dug down and found the chaos emerald. When he got back out, he found out that Hawk was kidnapped by Eggman and had to make a daring decision.
At night, Knuckles went to the place where Eggman was holding Hawk as captive. As he was going trade the emerald with E-91, Rouge the Bat appeared and she got the emerald. Now it became a wild goose chase, when Hawk retrieved the emerald he stopped at a dead end. E-91 was a shadow and she stole the emerald. As she tried to escape, Knuckles stopped E-91. Later he defeated her and he got the emerald.
As he was leaving, he made a promise that he would never forget Hawk and they will be friends forever. As he was sailing home, the emerald glowed and he went in front of the Master Emerald. And a voice said "the servers are the seven chaos." Then a green streak of light flashed and before he knew it he was back on the ship.
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- This episode's title is a reference to the 1972 martial arts film Fist of Fury.