Sara (Sonic the Hedgehog)

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"No no no! You beat me again, I can't win this stupid game!"
Gender: Female
Species: Human
Portrayed by: Sascha Biesi (English)
Mika Kanai (Japanese)
Status: Alive
Media of Origin: Sonic the Hedgehog

Sara (Japanese: セーラ, Sēra) is a character who appeared in the 1996 Sonic the Hedgehog: The Movie. She is the daughter of the President.

Why She Sucks

  1. First off, she's extremely out-of-character in this movie.
  2. She's spoiled, as she always expects to get her way.
  3. Every time something doesn't go her way, she gets frustrated and throws a tantrum.
  4. When she lost a video game to Dr. Robotnik, she threw a temper tantrum.
  5. She doesn't care about her father or Robotnik, making her selfish.
  6. She qualifies as a mean girl.
  7. She is stereotypically feminine.
  8. She cried uncontrollably when she got accused by Knuckles the Echidna.
  9. Her English voice is very grating!!

Redeeming Qualities

  1. She cares about Sonic, as she saved him from Hyper Metal Sonic by attacking him.
  2. Her character design is cute.
  3. The part of the movie where she kicks Hyper Metal Sonic's head for looking up her dress is funny.
  4. Mika Kanai does a great job of voicing her.


  1. She's the only female character who appeared in the movie.
  2. She may be a human/cat hybrid, as she has a cat tail.
  3. Her first appearance in the Sonic Archie Comics was in Sonic Archie Comics #101.
  4. In the Sonic Archie Comics, she doesn't have a tail. This may be due to an error.
  5. She made a cameo in Sonic Archie Comics #257.
  6. When she imagines her future with Robotnik, she is shown pregnant and breastfeeding a baby.




3 months ago
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She's basically the human Amy from Sonic X


one month ago
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I found her comparison with Megaman and X very unnecessary, they are totally different characters.


3 days ago
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i have no fucking clue why they added that


27 days ago
Score -1
"Stereotypically feminine"? I don’t think there is any such thing as "stereotypically" feminine or why that needs to be a point? It’s just feminine? Is it bad for a girl to be that?


4 days ago
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Basically Amy

Nuff said

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