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The E-Series ( E-シリーズ , E - shirīzu ? ) are a robot line that appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog series . They are a production line of robots created by Dr. Eggman , who uses them in his quest to conquer the world. They are considered to be elite versions of the Badnik robots Eggman used in earlier games. The name was first used in Sonic Adventure .

The most famous E-Series robots are the E-100 Series from Sonic Adventure , particularly E-102 Gamma (who was a playable character in that game) and E-123 Omega (who has been a recurring character since his introduction in Sonic Heroes ).

This line of E-Series first debuted in Sonic Adventure and was followed up in Sonic Adventure 2 . Although most often connected with the E-100 Series of gunner robots that were prominent in that game (see below), these minor robots were also considered E-models:

There is a large machine in Death Chamber in Sonic Adventure 2 . It is a very large, immobile, four-wheeled cylindrical unit the height of the central area it is positioned inside. Its "E-01" decal can be found near the top of its metallic outer shell. It is unknown if it is technically one of the E-Series robots, although it could be the base's central control computer.

The E-100 Series ( E-100シリーズ , E-100 Shirīzu ? ) are the most prominent E-Series robots in the Sonic the Hedgehog series , being the only ones whose E-Series designations were revealed in-game. They were introduced in Sonic Adventure , in which they were prototype gunner robots, meaning that almost all were equipped with some sort of lock-on target ammunition, though its utility varied between models, but the following robots have since then evolved into more versatile machines in terms of combat. The E-100 series were also given Greek letter names.

Unlike many of Eggman's robots, some of the E-100 series were important characters in their own right. The E-100 Series is known for being more uniquely designed machines rather than Eggman's mass-produced, being more humanoid, more armed, more intelligent, and overall far more dangerous than their predecessors. Due to having so many capabilities and so high intelligence, some robots from the E-100 Series have been known to go rogue.


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