Sticks the Badger
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Sticks the Badger (スティックス・ザ・バジャー Sutikkusu za Bajā?) is one of the main characters in the Sonic Boom series. She is a wacky anthropomorphic jungle badger and a force of nature in every way. Since her childhood, she has lived and flourished alone in the wilderness and is therefore new to friends in general. She eventually formed a strong bond with Team Sonic and joined them as their wild card in their ongoing battles against Dr. Eggman.
- She is incredibly annoying, both in behavior and her insanely raspy voice. She also never shuts up.
- She has some really disgusting habits: unlike the majority of her species, she likes garbage and hardly ever cleans her burrow.
- She often annoys the audience with her nonsensically eccentric tales about stuff like aliens, government agents, and robots taking over. Sure, she has a point with the 3rd item since Dr. Eggman does want to take over the world using his robots, but still.
- Speaking about robots, she once had Eggman's slimebot Buster as a pet and kissed him throughout the episode with slime staying on her lips.
- She doesn't trust technology because she grew up with none of it around, but even worse, she hates it, even the most harmless one.
- At times, she shows acts of sociopathy and behaves more like an anti-hero than the hero she is supposed to be:
- In "Two Good To Be True", she wants to kill Knuckles from the mirror world even after learning who he actually was.
- In "Alone Again, Unnaturally", the first thing she asks when everyone believes Sonic to have died is if she can take this hammock.
- In "Robots From The Sky" tetralogy she immediately suggests killing Mighton and Bolts after encountering them just because they are robots, even after they protected Badniks from the team.
- She's basically a poor man's version of Marine the Raccoon from Sonic Rush Adventure, considering that Marine gets character development.
- Her background is somewhat sympathetic, as she spent most of her life alone in the jungle and thus has trouble getting along with modern civilization.
- She does have a cute character design, also comparable to Marine the Raccoon.
- While she does make this character sound very annoying, Nika Futterman does put great effort in.
- She does have some funny moments and lines.
- At times, her paranoia is very entertaining and there are occasions when she is right about what she's paranoid, like in "Can an Evil Genius Crash in your Couch for a Few Days?".