Nega-Mother Wisp

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Nega-Mother Wisp
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Nega-Mother Wisp
Game: Sonic Colours (Nintendo DS)
Hits to defeat: 3

The Nega-Mother Wisp is the secret final boss in the Nintendo DS version of Sonic Colours. This is the true final boss instead of Eggman himself as was done in the Wii version of the game. It is unlocked by collecting all of the 7 Chaos Emeralds through the games Special Stages.

The Nega-Mother Wisp is actually Yacker's giant mother, who has been put under mind-control by Dr. Eggman with his mind-control device. This Wisp is not only the mother of all Wisps but also the creator of Planet Wisp. In one of the last cut scenes, Yacker asks Sonic to stop his mother. Then, Sonic transforms into Super Sonic and attempts to neutralise the over-sized Nega-Wisp.


The Nega-Mother Wisp starts by attacking Super Sonic with energy blasts. Super Sonic must hit asteroids into the monster's arm tentacles, which must be done by holding Y to charge up energy, then releasing Y when in front of an asteroid to dash into it. The direction the asteroids will fly in depends on what angle they're dashed into from; that is, hitting it from the right edge will send it to the left tentacle, and vice versa. Once a tentacle is hit by an asteroid, it will be taken down.

After both tentacles are down. Super Sonic will charge to strike the Mother's flowery eye, while dodging the energy blasts and lasers the Mother throws. Once Super Sonic is within close range, a reticle will appear. The player should aim the reticle on the eye, then press Y to strike it. Each time the Mother's eye is hit, two petals fall off. Once all the petals are gone, the Mother will return to her original state, and the fight will be over.

After the fight, the Mother thanks Sonic and Tails for all they have done to save them, and then teleports the planets to their original locations.



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