Sonic.exe vs. Tails Doll
Debate Rounds (3)
Round 1: acceptance
Which one of the Sonic Creepypastas would win? Choose a side, if you dare...
Now, which character are you more likely to meet? Despite possessing one of the worst sonic games ever, according to popular opinion, Tails Doll is more likely to be encountered because its game exists officially. Making it easier to sell to collectors, without telling them a horror story first. Also, having to explain why a disc labeled Sonic.exe is legitimate is much harder to do, horror story or not. You'd be better off selling it to parents. Though, I suppose for the victims that's an advantage.
If there is anything more to say, feel free to let me know. It has been a pleasure, and will continue to be one, if this continues.
Complicated-Character forfeited this round.
While Sonic from Sonic.exe (we'll call him Sonny, like the godfather character) is powerful within the realms dictated by binary code, except for when and where the supernatural is applied, the most we see him do in the real world is manifest in the form of a sonic plushie that bears the eyes of Sonny.
Tails Doll, (we'll call him Terry) also manifests as a stuffed animal bearing remarkable resemblances to the character model, except that Terry's teddy can levitate, and somehow blocks a baseball bat when it is swung at him. He then grabs the bat, and kills his victims in the real world. So, in the real world, they'd both be stuffed animals, but Terry would be setting Sonny on fire with a lighter.
So, while I doubt I can argue for a victory in a game, Terry is more to be found by unfortunate collectors, and thus he will have more victims. Not to mention that, when he becomes a physical object, as in a stuffed animal, he can magically levitate and bludgeon people to death, somehow. So, I would argue that if their jobs are to kill their real world victims, then Terry, or Tails Doll, wins.
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