In Sonic the Hedgehog Pocket Adventure, the Chaos Emeralds were being collected by Sonic.
As the Knuckles Clan faced extermination at the hands of the Nocturnus Clan, chief Pachacamac and his followers launched a raid on the altar to take the Emeralds and gain undisputed power. The Chaos Emeralds scattering in Sonic Runners. GameCube. Jet using the Chaos Emeralds on the Key of Babylon Garden. Sega In the Sega Mega Drive version, the Emeralds are cuboid-shape with a circular depression in one of the facets. The Master System and Game Gear version has a number of differences between them. In gameplay on the console/PC version of Sonic Generations, the Chaos Emeralds are collected as the player progresses with the main campaign. When Sonic got hit by Eggman's brainwashing laser however, the Chaos Emeralds saved him by reabsorbing their chaos energy from the laser. They also play no role in the game's story. However, if the player destroys the boss first, the Chaos Emerald will be lost. ", Sonic Team, Dimps (September 14, 2007). When Silver caught Iblis, the Duke of Soleanna used the white Chaos Emerald he had on him to chant and seal Iblis inside his seven-year-old daughter Elise, so long as she abstained from crying, with the only other stipulation being that the vessel must be of royalty.
The highest possible speed is 999 km/h. In Sonic the Hedgehog 3, the pink Emerald was replaced with a turquoise one. If the player collects all five Chaos Emerald shards and then clears Silver Castle Zone, they will access the game's final boss. Robotnik later discovered a fifth Chaos Emerald, but lost it to Sonic before he could use it. Beating all stages in each section of Game Land (1-1, 1-2, and 1-3 as an example) will earn the player a Chaos Emerald. In Sonic Runners, the Chaos Emeralds were targeted by Dr. Eggman, who located them using his Emerald Detectors. The gemstone-appropriate names for colored beryls are red beryl (red), golden beryl or heliodor (yellow), purple beryl (purple), emerald (green), aquamarine (turquoise/light blue), maxixe (deep blue), morganite (peach/pink), and goshenite (white). Upon arrival however, Dr. Eggman came and managed to take the purple Chaos Emerald from Tails, which he then fed to Chaos 0, transforming it into Chaos 1. ", Sonic Team, Dimps (12 November 2010). Tricky Knuckles streaks right behind, with sticky-fingered Nack the Weasel joining the hunt. With the Emeralds being kept in the island's North Cave, peace reigned over South Island, while Sonic and Tails kept themselves busy with loud practice runs. Tricky Knuckles streaks right behind, A Chaos Emerald in a Special Zone in Sonic the Hedgehog. ", Backbone Entertainment, Sega Studio USA (13 November 2007). Area/Level: Night Babylon (Rouge's episode). Area/Level: White Acropolis. Sonic the Hedgehog series Dreamcast.
GameCube.  The white Emerald often appears gray, and Sonic R had both a yellow and an orange Emerald instead of a blue/turquoise one (the Chaos Emerald was blue in the racing course it was found in, but the screen after the race shows it as turquoise).
An accident involving the Emeralds and the ROCC transformed Kintobor into Doctor Ivo Robotnik. Area/Level: Holy Summit (Sonic's episode). They are hidden in different time periods, and each emerald focuses on a different power: In a quest for the first four Chaos Emeralds, Dr. Robotnik rampaged through time to find them, but was stopped at every turn by Sonic and Tails.
While Sonic and Miles "Tails" Prower were gone on an adventure, Dr. Eggman managed to procure one of the Chaos Emeralds. The Chaos Emeralds were later targeted by Dr. Eggman who needed them to unlock the secrets of the Flames of Disaster, which were sealed inside Elise. There are as well numerous locations that are said to have held the Chaos Emeralds at one point (some of which claim to have done so since ancient times), including Cocoa Island, Angel Island, Flicky Island, West Side Island, and South Island. Certain games have used their own unique colors for the emeralds - in the 8-bit version of Sonic the Hedgehog they are light blue, blue in Sonic Sonic, while in Sonic Battle they are all green. One of Eggman's robots detects a Chaos Emerald from north west of South Island, in Green Hill Zone. When the colors of the Chaos Emeralds are inverted, they simply swap colors, giving the appearance that the position of the Emeralds simply changed. There are three species of chaos, Hero, Neutral and Dark Chaos. Like the Master Emerald, the Chaos Emeralds also appear to possess some form of sentience, like when they remained stable in spite of the conditions in an attempt to help Sonic and Tails get home from Blaze's world. Area/Level: Central City (Rouge's episode).
Although Eggman was defeated, he secretly stole the yellow Chaos Emerald from Tails and escaped. In the UK's Sonic the Comic, the Chaos Emeralds were originally green Raw Emeralds from the Sacred Emerald Mine of the ancient Echidnas, but were infused with chaos energy by the Drakon Empire in the distant past. Nintendo DS. Sonic Battle. Another three can be earned by defeating the Bosses The last one can be earned by completing Act 1 and 2 of all nine stages. Area/Level: Emerald Town (Knuckles' episode). Chaos Emeralds stabilize the Mt. Level/area: Deep Core. After receiving one of Rouge's shards as well, Knuckles and Emerl were able to reassemble the shards into a whole Chaos Emerald with Tails' aid, which Emerl then received. This gem possessed a Chaos Emerald's properties and appearance, but was weaker in terms of power and could reverse the energy field inside the real Chaos Emeralds and then explode. Mobius and collected all the Emeralds, thus ensuring the Veg-O-Fortress's demise. Sega. Collect all six to rescue Tails and see the real ending! The title screen and character select screens were changed, as well as the Zone title card fonts.
However, the Emeralds are not shared between the characters, meaning that each character will have to attain their own set of seven Chaos Emeralds in their gameplay. If the player collects all seven Chaos Emeralds, along with all seven Sol Emeralds, they will unlock the game's Extra scenario, which features Exception and the true epilogue of Sonic Rush.
Emerl was soon after found by Sonic, and with Tails' aid, he discovered that Emerl grew with each Chaos Emerald inserted into him. The seven Chaos Emeralds in Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II.
There, four of them got drained of color and life (but not their powers) by the Time Eater and would drift around the White Space.  However, Sonic (and his new sidekick Tails) managed to get the Chaos Emeralds first. In the hands of villains they have been used for doomsday weapons and schemes for world domination, and in the hands of heroes they have been used to save the world. In Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing, the Chaos Emeralds are seen when Sonic transforms into Super Sonic and Shadow transforms into Super Shadow as a part of their All-Star Moves. Because of this, the game is one of the first Sonic titles to be re-rated "E for everyone" by the newly established Entertainment Software Rating Board. ". The rewards are: Sonic Chaos contains a total of six Zones, each split into three Acts. There, both Sonics got injured by the Time Eater.
This design would be use consistently in later games. Genre(s) In the early games of the series, the Chaos Emeralds were more like "bonus" items, but since Sonic Adventure, they have become necessary plot devices, and that trend has continued throughout the later games. By collecting all seven Chaos Emeralds, the player will unlock the boss fight against Nega-Mother Wisp as Super Sonic, which will become available after beating the game the first time. In a fit of rage over the harm brought to its friends, it used the Chaos Emeralds to become Perfect Chaos and wiped out the clan's civilization in vengeance, before it was sealed in the Master Emerald by Tikal. In Sonic Chaos, the Chaos Emeralds rested on South Island, which was able to stay afloat on the sea thanks to the Emeralds' power. This allows the player to get ahead easier, but, the effects wear off very quickly. Afterward, the Emeralds were retrieved by Sonic, include the one Eggman managed to keep his mitts on.
In gameplay, the playable character receives a Chaos Emerald each time they defeat one of the game's first eight opponents. During her hunt for the Chaos Emeralds, Rouge discovered a Chaos Emerald beneath a Chao. She later obtained another Chaos Emerald shard from the tenth Phi unit under unknown circumstances. The Chaos Emeralds that appear in the Tikal visions in. In Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II, the Chaos Emeralds serve again as bonus items the player can collect over the course of the game. in Japan, is a platforming game in the Sonic the Hedgehog series first seeing release on the Sega Master System exclusively in Europe, followed by a worldwide release for the Game Gear in 1993. GamePro praised the game's graphics and gameplay, stating that while the game was "not as tough as some of the other Sonic adventures, it's still a cart that fans of the hogmeister are gonna wanna roll with. With all seven Chaos Emeralds in him, Emerl's true nature awoke until Shadow reset him with Gerald's secret keywords.
If the player misses any of the seven Emeralds however, the game ends after Last Utopia Zone and the bad ending will appear. In gameplay on the Nintendo 3DS version of Sonic Generations, the player will obtain a Chaos Emerald whenever they clear one of the game's seven Special Stages, which become available after clearing both Acts of a stage. Sonic Rivals 2. After foiling Robotnik's operations, Sonic brought the Chaos Emeralds to Green Hill Zone.  The last one resided in a jewelry shop in Emerald Town.. Having discovered the Chaos Emeralds' whereabouts, Dr. Robotnik planned on obtaining them and using them for world domination. The Just for You offer is discounted from the sale price. The seven Chaos Emeralds in the Nintendo DS version of Sonic Colors. After learning that Tails had been kidnapped by Dr. Robotnik and brought to a place called Crystal Egg, which could only be entered using the Chaos Emeralds, Sonic set out to find the Chaos Emeralds and rescue Tails. If placed second or lower, the obtained Emerald will be lost, and the player must start the procedure over. In Sonic Riders, the Chaos Emeralds were being hunted once again. Noticeably, upon fully clearing an Area, its Chaos Emerald will appear after passing the Goal Ring. On Angel Island, the Chaos Emeralds seemingly prevented Angel Island from taking flight. Sega. In order to escape the Twilight Cage and conquer the world, the clan needed the Master Emerald to open a wormhole.