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Espio the Chameleon
Sonic Runners Espio
Artwork from Sonic Runners

Creator(s)

SuperMystery
MUGENHunter
Neo Fire Sonic

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Supermystery's version
MUGENHunter's first version
MUGENHunter's second version
Neo Fire Sonic's version

Origin

Sonic The Hedgehog

Espio the Chameleon is a character originally from the Sonic the Hedgehog Series. He originally got his start in the game Knuckles Chaotix, but was brought back, along with the other Chaotix Members, in Sonic Heroes.

In M.U.G.E.N, Espio has been made by three authors, SuperMystery's version plays more like a Sonic the Hedgehog character than a fighting game character, while Mugen Hunter's version is more traditional. Neo Fire Sonic's version is closer to the likes of Ibuki with his ninja like movements and throwing daggers.

Supermystery's version

EspioRun

Supermystery's Espio, like many of Supermystery's characters, plays like an actual Sonic Character as opposed to a fighting game character. Espio's attacks mainly include jumping into opponents to deal damage, but if he breaks a Special Monitor (with an S) he can use an 8-Way spike-mine attack. As well as collecting monitors and rings to power up, Espio can also cling to walls.

MUGENHunter's versions

Espio1

MUGENHunter has made several versions of Espio in two forms. His first versions borrows heavily from his original appearance in Knuckles Chaotix. His moves are pretty simple, he can use spin dash attacks like Mugen Hunter's other characters, and can also use upward kicks, use a dashing headbutt, and a slow charging projectiles that shoot out like bullets as well. He uses Strider Hiryu's voice.

Espio2

In Freedom Fighters 2 and Freedom Fighters 2 Plus, Mugen Hunter has an alternate form of Espio known as Chaotix, and is tailored more closely to the Sonic Heroes version of the character. This Espio acts somewhat as a grappler. He uses his tongue a lot to attack his opponents, as well as both of his supers being judo grapples, both of which are commonly seen in other fighting game characters. Like MUGENHunter's first Espio, this Espio uses Strider Hiryu's voice.

Videos

Sonic the Hedgehog
CharactersBark the Polar BearBean the DynamiteBig the CatBlaze the CatBunnie RabbotChaosCharmy BeeClassic SonicCream the RabbitCosmo the SeedrianDeath Egg RobotDr. EggmanE-123 OmegaEgg Mobile-DEmerlEspio the ChameleonFang the SniperJayden the WolfKnuckles the EchidnaMecha SonicMetal SonicMiles "Tails" ProwerPrincess Sally AcornRay the Flying SquirrelRouge the BatShadow the HedgehogSilver the HedgehogSonic the HedgehogTails DollTikalVector the Crocodile
Bonus GamesSky Chase
StagesAngel Island ZoneAzure LakeBridge ZoneCasino Night ZoneChemical Plant ZoneCity EscapeCollision ChaosCrisis CityDeath EggDust Hill ZoneEmerald CoastEmerald Hill ZoneFlying Battery ZoneFusion Worlds: Sonic vs. MarioGenocide City ZoneGreat Turquoise ZoneGreen Hill ZoneHidden Palace ZoneHydrocity ZoneIce Cap ZoneJungle ZoneLabyrinth ZoneLaunch Base ZoneLava Reef ZoneLeaf Forest ZoneMarble Garden ZoneMarble ZoneMetropolis ZoneMushroom Hill ZoneMystic Cave ZoneOil Ocean ZoneOutside Space Colony ARKPerfect Dark GaiaPerfect InfernoPumpkin HillRadical HighwayRobotnik's GateSandopolis ZoneScrap Brain ZoneSeaside HillSky Sanctuary ZoneSonic Bonus StageSonic 3 Special StageSonic CrackersSplash Hill ZoneSpring Yard ZoneStar Light ZoneStardust SpeedwayStation SquareTechno BaseToy KingdomWing Fortress Zone
Full GamesSonic the Fighters 2Sonic Speed Fighters 2

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