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Void Wispon

The Void Wispon.

The Void Wispon is a Wispon that is both themed after and utilizes the power of the Violet Wisp.

History

The Imprisoned Planet

At some point in the past, the Violet Wisps, along with other fellow Wisps, and their planet came under the threat of Dr. Eggman. Fortunately, they were saved by Sonic the Hedgehog. Afterward, as thanks for saving their race and planet, a bunch of Violet Wisps and other fellow Wisps settled down on Sonic's world where they helped out the residents of Sonic’s world whenever they could, the Wispons being one such way of helping in particular.[1] (StH: #3)

Fallout

Using Void Wispons

Town citizens wielding Void Wispons.

When a Badnik force attacked a town, the local militia and several of the residents armed themselves with Void Wispons which they used to fight off the invading robots. After listening to the commands of Amy Rose, the armed citizens fell back to the Town Hall, where they, on Amy's mark, successfully destroyed a wave of Badniks with the Void Wispons. (StH: #2)

Appearance

Wielding Void Wispons

A civilian wielding Void Wispons.

Modeled after the Violet Wisp, the Void Wispon is a violet-colored Wispon. Its front consists of a sphere-like section with a serrated black mouth up front and several long purple fins on the edges of its "face" that stretch behind it. The front itself is attached to a barrel with two white rings around it. This barrel has a violet handle on the back that allows the wielder to hold it in a comfortable grip.

Abilities

The Void Wispon's signature function is its ability to hold Violet Wisps inside it and harness their energies to power itself. Without a Violet Wisp inside it, the Void Wispon is useless. When active, this Wispon is able to fire laser beams intense enough to shoot straight through Badnik armor. Being built to clear out crowds of robots, the Void Wispons possess a widespread attack range.

Background Information

  • The Void Wispon was based on the weapon of the same name in the Sonic the Hedgehog video game series, where it first appeared in Sonic Forces. It was unnamed in the comic, but its name is considered tier 2 canon by this site's canon policy, as it does not contradict already established canon from tier 1.

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