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  • Bunnie Rabbot is a Video Game, Started Bunnie Rabbot.
  • Bunnie Rabbot is a cyborg member of the Freedom Fighters and the wife of Antoine D'Coolette. She and her teammates are long-time foes of Doctor Eggman, and later joined forces with Mega Man and other heroes to battle Sigma and the Deadly Six in Worlds Unite.
  • — Bunnie Rabbot Bunnie Rabbot (バニー・ラボット Banii Rabotto) is a member of the Freedom Fighters and a prominent ally to Sonic the Hedgehog in the Archie Sonic comics. She is also the first female anthropomorphic rabbit character in the Sonic Franchise, before Sega introduced Cream and Vanilla.
  • Bunnie would eventually get caught up in the war against Doctor Ivo Robotnik after being saved by Sonic the Hedgehog and Rotor the Walrus from a mobile Roboticizer that had partially Roboticized her. Bunnie was taken to Knothole Village where she immediately offered her services to Princess Sally Acorn and became a member of the Knothole Freedom Fighters after demonstrating the incredible new abilities she gained from receiving her cybernetics. Later, during the First Robotnik War, Bunnie was forced the fight a Roboticized Sonic and prevent him from destroying Knothole. Rotor had previously installed some enchantments into Bunnie's robotic limbs (such as the ability to fly and shoot energy beams) which allowed her to stand a better chance against Mecha Sonic in battle. Although Bunnie wasn
  • Bunnie Rabbot-D'Coolette (known simply as Bunnie Rabbot in the animated series and in Sonic the Hedgehog comic issues preceding #174) is a fictional character featured prominently in the Sonic the Hedgehog animated series and Sonic the Hedgehog comic book. She was voiced by Christine Cavanaugh in the cartoon, which was known to fans as SatAM. She is a female, anthropomorphic rabbit, and she is also a cyborg. In both the show and the comic, Bunnie is a member of the "Freedom Fighters" dedicated to combating the evil Dr. Robotnik. She speaks with a thick Southern accent, and shows her affection with folksy slang like "Hon'" or "Sugah" (similar to Rogue from X-Men).
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Origin
  • Sonic the Hedgehog
Power
  • 3000
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  • 100
Name
  • Bunnie Rabbot
Caption
  • Artwork from Archie Comics
Life
  • 1090
Creator
  • MUGEN Hunter
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  • Bunnie Rabbot is a Video Game, Started Bunnie Rabbot.
  • Bunnie Rabbot is a cyborg member of the Freedom Fighters and the wife of Antoine D'Coolette. She and her teammates are long-time foes of Doctor Eggman, and later joined forces with Mega Man and other heroes to battle Sigma and the Deadly Six in Worlds Unite.
  • — Bunnie Rabbot Bunnie Rabbot (バニー・ラボット Banii Rabotto) is a member of the Freedom Fighters and a prominent ally to Sonic the Hedgehog in the Archie Sonic comics. She is also the first female anthropomorphic rabbit character in the Sonic Franchise, before Sega introduced Cream and Vanilla.
  • Bunnie would eventually get caught up in the war against Doctor Ivo Robotnik after being saved by Sonic the Hedgehog and Rotor the Walrus from a mobile Roboticizer that had partially Roboticized her. Bunnie was taken to Knothole Village where she immediately offered her services to Princess Sally Acorn and became a member of the Knothole Freedom Fighters after demonstrating the incredible new abilities she gained from receiving her cybernetics. Later, during the First Robotnik War, Bunnie was forced the fight a Roboticized Sonic and prevent him from destroying Knothole. Rotor had previously installed some enchantments into Bunnie's robotic limbs (such as the ability to fly and shoot energy beams) which allowed her to stand a better chance against Mecha Sonic in battle. Although Bunnie wasn't able the defeat Mecha Sonic, she was able to weaken the robot just enough for a Roboticized Knuckles to take him down. When the First Robotnik War came to it's end, Bunnie's cybernetics could no longer function properly with her central nervous system, and she was given the option to upgrade them at the cost of possibly regaining her organic limbs again in the future. After talking it over with her friend and love interest Antoine D'Coolette, Bunnie agreed to go through with the life-saving upgrade. Later, Antoine seemingly puts an end to his romance with Bunnie in favor of pursuing the attention of Sally Acorn, leaving Bunnie heartbroken. Despite the break up, Bunnie continued to work as a Freedom Fighter, helping Sonic and the others in stopping Dr. Eggman's plan to nuke three major locations on Mobius by single-handedly sinking the villain's battleship. Eventually, Bunnie is reunited with Antoine after it was discovered that their relationship was actually ended by Patch; Antoine's evil counterpart from an alternate universe, and later the two finally married. While flying over Sand Blast City, Bunnie suddenly falls from the sky and is captured by a chapter of Dr. Eggman's Dark Egg Legion. However, Bunnie is surprised to learn that the leader of this chapter is her Uncle Beauregard. The two happily embrace and share stories of their time apart before Beauregard informs Bunnie that the oil rig their stationed at has been coming under constant attack, putting the chapter's lives in danger. Not wanting to see loved ones hurt, Bunnie decides to defend the chapter from their attackers. When Sonic and the local Freedom Fighters appear to take control of the oil rig from the Dark Egg Legion, Bunnie was forced to fight Sonic to protect the chapter. But knowing neither side will stop fighting for control of the area, Bunnie and Sonic use the battle to destroy the oil rig, leaving nothing to fight over. Beauregard was furious at Bunnie for what she'd done, as the chapter would now be in danger of Eggman's wrath. Bunnie responded by saying that Beauregard and his allies shouldn't of gotten involved with Eggman in the first place. Acknowledging that they'll both have to confront each other in battle at some point, Bunnie and her uncle parted ways. Despite the odds, Bunnie's robotic limbs were eventually reverted back into flesh and blood, much to her delight. However, Bunnie began to miss the advantages of having cybernetics, and after witnessing the horror of her husband almost being killed on a mission, a saddened Bunnie departed from the Freedom Fighters to met with her uncle again.
  • Bunnie Rabbot-D'Coolette (known simply as Bunnie Rabbot in the animated series and in Sonic the Hedgehog comic issues preceding #174) is a fictional character featured prominently in the Sonic the Hedgehog animated series and Sonic the Hedgehog comic book. She was voiced by Christine Cavanaugh in the cartoon, which was known to fans as SatAM. She is a female, anthropomorphic rabbit, and she is also a cyborg. In both the show and the comic, Bunnie is a member of the "Freedom Fighters" dedicated to combating the evil Dr. Robotnik. She speaks with a thick Southern accent, and shows her affection with folksy slang like "Hon'" or "Sugah" (similar to Rogue from X-Men). Bunnie is a golden rabbit with green eyes. She is partially roboticized: both legs, her left arm, and shoulder are all robotic, because Dr. Robotnik started turning her into a robot but she was then saved by Sonic. In the cartoon and in early issues of the comic, her parts were primitive-looking, as was Dr. Robotnik's technology; a later upgrade gave her a more 'natural' shape. Despite being roboticized from the waist-down, Bunnie retains her natural tail. She originally had a pink stomach, but over time it transitioned into becoming a pink leotard. It has been confirmed by editors that her torso is also roboticized. Bunnie was shown to have a white stomach in an alternate future timeline, where she is de-roboticized. Her normal wardrobe consists of the aforementioned leotard (which is more pink than purple in the comic version), sometimes augmented by a jacket of some type (usually a cowboy jacket with tassels). More recently, she can be seen carrying a pair of revolvers and wearing a cowboy hat. Bunnie was also depicted wearing an outfit reminiscent of Daisy Duke from Dukes of Hazzard while attending Knothole High School .