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    Blaze the Cat
    "You can't escape me!"
    Gender: Female
    Type: Feline Warrior Princess
    Age: 14
    Species: Anthropomorphic Cat
    Portrayed by: (English)
    Bella Hudson (2005-2010)
    Laura Bailey (2010-2019)
    Erica Lindbeck (2019-present)

    (Japanese)
    Nao Takamori (2006-present)
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Sonic the Hedgehog
    First appearance: Sonic Rush (2005)


    "I am the guardian of the Sol Emeralds... It is a fate that forces me to live with my curse, my flames... Because of my powers, I have always been alone... It's also why I must do this alone! It is my responsibility!"

    Blaze the Cat, Sonic Rush


    Blaze the Cat (ブレイズ・ザ・キャット Bureizu za Kyatto?) is a fictional character from the Sonic the Hedgehog series. She is an anthropomorphic cat and a princess hailing from an alternate dimension, where she is both the regent of her world and the appointed guardian of the Sol Emeralds, a role similar to that of Sonic and Knuckles combined.

    Why She's Lit

    1. As her name suggests, she is gifted with the power of pyrokinesis, which lets her create and manipulate fire in any way she pleases.
    2. A noble soul, Blaze is normally calm, solemn and level-headed, but tends to conceal her true feelings.
    3. After spending time with Sonic and Cream, however, Blaze has discovered the true meaning of friendship, allowing her to accomplish tasks for the good of her people and the innocent which she could never do alone.
    4. Despite the initial boundaries separating them, Blaze now travels freely between her dimension and Sonic's to visit her friends.
    5. Blaze was designed as a character who was equivalent yet an alternate version of Sonic's character.
    6. Speaking of design, she does look pretty cute.
    7. She is often described as elegant, which is demonstrated through her body movements and her ballerina-like fighting style.
    8. Being royal, Blaze is quite mannerly and typically maintains a relatively quiet, stoic, and formal presence among others.
    9. She later learns to accept her powers thanks to Sonic's advice and came to see them as a blessing.
    10. After interacting with Sonic, Cream and their friends, Blaze developed much more socially, making her more amiable, friendly, kind, sociable and gentle towards others. 
    11. Blaze is very honest (albeit blunt and stern) when dealing with annoyances such as Marine, even outright telling her that she is a nuisance.
    12. Her intensive demeanor however, is motivated by her own genuine concern for others' safety. In truth, Blaze has a kind heart, and always stands up for those who cannot stand up for themselves.
    13. Blaze is also one of the most mature and relatable characters in the Sonic series, seeing as in spite of her shyness and insecurity, she tries her best to lend a helping hand via helping her friends out and protect others when she needs to.
      • On top of that, her maturity and stoic behavior can make lots of Sonic fans relate to her.

    Bad Qualities

    1. Initially, she held a personal dislike of her pyrokinesis because it left her to bear her responsibilities alone and it made other children tease her for her inability to control it, which made her view her flames as a curse.
    2. Because of her past and devotion to her duty, Blaze developed a habit of being self-reliant, which led her to build up walls between herself and other people and made her unfamiliar to the concept of having friends.
      • This made her anti-social, withdrawn, shy and introverted. As a result, she would bottle up her secret feelings, leaving herself in inner turmoil. 
    3. She had a tendency of judging others (except Cream and Vanilla for the most part, besides doubting the former at first) poorly in Sonic Rush, making her seem somewhat overconfident and quite hotblooded which is basically justified and understandable since she was mostly insecure and introverted at the time and she doesn't truly mean to judge others poorly, so her judging others poorly isn't entirely her fault.

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    Trivia

    • Blaze is the second feline character introduced in the series in regard to the games. The first is Big the Cat.

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