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Blaze Kojo is a 17 year old cat native to the planet Megalus, in the year 3420. Since her early childhood she has opposed to the villainous reign of the evil Dr. Ivan Agen/Nega and afterwards his alternate universe counterpart. Blaze's speed and her fire powers are her ultimate weapons, and has used them to help those in need, as well as foil her enemies' plans. Although she is sometimes overconfident and assumes she can deal with things on her own, Blaze also realizes she has friends to back her up in troubled situations. Additionally, she is willing to put her life on the line for those she cares about. She is a vital member of the Solific Freedom Fighters, the heroine of Megalus, and the fastest thing of her time.

Early life

Blaze was born on day 162 of year 3420 during the early days of the Crisis War to the loving couple Sir Kojo and Madam Athena the Cat in Megapolis. While her parents originally named her after her grandmothers, Blaze quickly picked up her nickname due to her incredible fire powers and her speed which she would use to run everywhere. Since then, Blaze was made her official name, which had also happened with her other three sisters; [[Nami Kojo (Megalus Version)| Nami), Terra and Sora.

As a toddler, both of Blaze's parents fell victim to the Cyborizer, forcing her uncle to raise her and her sisters. Blaze first met Prince Samuel Loren during one of her uncle's many visits to King Edward Loren. When the King realized the Crisis War was going badly for the Megalish, he ordered a large number of the children in the city, including his son and Blaze, to the sanctuary in Solific Village under the protection of Quarantine and Jules. Only a few months after the Crisis War's end, Commander Ivan Agen launched a full scale coup d'état and took over the city, renaming it Negapolis. During his takeover, Blaze's uncle Retran and pet dog Flirns were captured and Cyborized as well, effectively making Blaze an orphan.

Over the years, Blaze struck back against Nega's growing empire, assisted by her friends Prince Sam, Dark the Hedgehog, Tela the Cat, SALLY and Silver the Hedgehog. Modelling their group after the Original Freedom Fighters, Blaze and her group of Solific Freedom Fighters used guerrilla tactics and espionage to ruin many of Nega's schemes, including the release of a Venomous Tentacular into the Great Forest and the partial Cyborization of Nails Robat.

Freedom Fighter

Ten years into Nega's tyrannical reign, Blaze and her group of Freedom Fighters had begun to increase their attacks against the evil despot. Up to this point, Nega did not consider the Freedom Fighters an appreciable threat, and as such merely let it exist within the Great Forest, relatively untouched. However, by this point, he realized that the Solific Freedom Fighters were not only older and more organized, but had years of experience as guerrilla fighters under their belt. He now made it a priority to locate the secret location of Solific Village so that he could crush the Freedom Fighters quickly. Time and time again however, his plans were foiled by Blaze and her crew.

While most of her time was spent combating Nega and his hordes of Negabots, Blaze encountered other villains, many of whom would later return to fight Blaze and her friends again. At one point, while on the other side of Mobius, Blaze attempted to get to Negapolis quickly using the Cosmic Interstate, which lead her to the parallel universe of Anti-Mobius. During her brief time in this realm, Blaze encountered her alternative self, Ferno. Although she quickly defeated her evil double, and was able to get back to her home realm, Ferno would continue to pose a threat to her reality in the future.

During one of her missions with her younger friend, Silver, Blaze encountered the Westside Island, home of Marine the Raccoon, while flying in their plane "The Inferno". At the time, Marine had been coerced by Nega to assume Blaze and Silver were after the Sol Emerald. While Marine was distracted trying to apprehend Blaze and Silver, Nega was able to briefly take the Sol Emerald for himself. Upon realizing he had been tricked, Silver, Blaze and Marine teamed up and retook the Emerald from Nega.

Some time later, another reality's version of Blaze, called Robo-Blaze, came in her universe using the Cosmic Interstate, trying to gain help from Blaze Prime to stop her own version of Nega, called Cyborg-Nega. With the help of numerous realities’ Blazes, and the unexpected assistance of the original Dr. Nega, Cyborg-Nega was stopped from taking over the Multiverse.

Nega later planned a trap for Blaze, capturing the cat's number one fan, Alet Foxx. Using her as a hostage, Nega was able to lure Blaze into the Smashing Sol Zone where she would be forced to race against Nega's newest creation, Metal Blaze. Although the overweight despot had numerous traps hidden throughout the race course, Blaze was able to survive, and caused Metal Blaze to overheat, destroying her legs and causing her to crash. The rest of the Freedom Fighters went on to free Alet and Silver, who had also been captured.

At one point, Blaze proposed a plan to undergo Cyborization while using Tela's invention, the Neuro-Overrider, to maintain her free will so that she could destroy Nega and Negapolis with her enhanced abilities. The plan was denied by Sam, much to Blaze's dismay. However, she was captured by the bounty hunter Mitch the Ferret and Cyborized by Nega anyways. With her free will almost completely gone, Cyborg-Blaze was sent on a mission to destroy Solific Village entirely. Although she succeeded in damaging a large part of the village, she was unable to transmit the coordinates of its location, as she was engaged in combat with Nails Robat. While she managed to overcome her former cybernetic friend, the assistance of Marine, who had Cyborized herself and became Cyborg-Marine, proved too much. The two had crashed into Negapolis and badly damaged much of the city, but Cyborg-Marine, having come out with less damage, took Blaze back to Solific to be healed and De-Cyborized before Nega could recapture her. Blaze was restored to her former self when Sam used the magical powers of Blaze's one billionth Power Ring. Afterwards, Blaze was tried in court by Black for treason, but was proven innocent once it was revealed Mitch the Ferret was responsible for capturing her.


Some time after the failure of Cyborg-Blaze, Nega finally decided to enact his ultimate plan to destroy Solific Village and the Freedom Fighters - Operation: GameOver. Nega's secret agent Draco Dingo (a former member of the Dingo Pack) was able to fool Ashley the Hedgehog into killing Prince Sam, while the other Freedom Fighters believed it to be Blaze who did it. Additionally, Nega had replaced the recently rescued King with a robotic duplicate, who would be used to misdirect the Freedom Fighters. With the Freedom Fighters believing Blaze to be a traitor and ordered to arrest her, Nega would be able to prepare his super weapon, the Dynamic Deletor, which would erase Solific from existence. When the Freedom Fighters discovered Blaze was innocent, they allowed her to attack Nega while they attempted to combat the swarms of Negabots and Combots now within Solific. Once in Negapolis, Blaze and Nega engaged in hand-to-hand combat. Due to Feist's treachery, the Deletor was reprogrammed to only target the war room and Nega's DNA signature, erasing him from existence, thus finishing the battle and ending the ten year reign of the evil dictator.

A New Age Without Agen

With Nega's reign of terror now over, Blaze the Cat and the rest of the Freedom Fighters were able to retake Negapolis. Although Feist attempted to maintain control of the city and combat the Freedom Fighters using a DYNAMIC, he was quickly defeated by Blaze and company. With the city completely under control once again, Blaze was able to search the city for her uncle Retran and the other Negalish. Upon locating her uncle, Blaze soon realized her parents were alive when she met them for the first time since her early childhood years. In order to prevent having to tell his niece that the Cyborization was his fault, Retran had told Blaze that her parents had died during the Crisis War. Angered at the discovery, Blaze left, unwilling to speak to either her uncle or her parents for some time.

Now that the real King was located and had returned to power (although still suffering from the effects from the Cyborization), he had begun leading the free Megalish once again. Two of his first orders however were disbanding the Freedom Fighters and later the dismantling of all the Negalish, who wished to start their own colony and civilization outside of Megapolis due to feelings of disdain from their Megalish counterparts. It was soon discovered that the King was being controlled by the witch Sixi Suguan, who had been attempting to take control of Megapolis upon her own escape from the Zone of Silence. With her plans foiled, Suguan escaped from the city and the King was finally restored to full health.

Blaze and the Freedom Fighters were briefly sent to the Sinking Island, upon receiving a call from Openivus the Raccoon, Marine's father. Almost immediately after arriving, Blaze, Silver and Marine were transported to another zone by the now all-powerful Sixi Suguan, who became virtually omnipotent after stealing the powers from Powajak using the Sword of Loren. Although her powers were great, the combined might of Burning Blaze, Mega Marine and Super Silver, as well as assistance from Aurora, proved too much, and she was imprisoned within the newly formed Mistress Sol.

With Suguan freed and plotting her revenge, Blaze and Silver were ordered to search the planet, track her down, and reseal her within the Zone of Silence. Over the next few months, the two went from the lush lands of the Great Forest, to the outback of Stralia, to the desert lands and Rabia, to the Kingdom of Mercia and finally to the frozen lands of Anzend. Eventually, Blaze and Silver, with the help of over a billion power rings, defeated an also super powered Suguan and trapped her within the Zone of Silence once again with the help of Nathan Morgan and Homer the Ogre, the latter sacrificing his life to save Blaze, Silver and Nathan from Nathan's collapsing castle.

With Suguan trapped away, Blaze and Silver returned to Megapolis. While the Megalish were able to enjoy a short time of peace, they soon realized another threat was looming over them. For months, the planet had been plagued with a variety of events which seemed too random to be normal acts of nature. It became apparent that someone was responsible for these when a broadcasted message from the King was interrupted and replaced by a history of the life of Nega. It was discovered by SALLY, Sam's hand-held computer A.I that the message was delivered from a number of satellites orbiting the planet. While everyone assumed them to be abandoned projects of Nega and no real threat at first, they soon realized this was not the case when all of the Negalish disappeared overnight.

Enraged by the disappearance of her family, Blaze took it upon herself to discover what was going on with the satellites. Despite his father's orders, Sam chose to help Blaze go through with her plan by reforming the Freedom Fighters. With the discovery of a space shuttle within Megapolis by Nathan Morgan and Tela the Cat, which was originally created by Nega prior to his death in order to expand his empire beyond the planet, the Freedom Fighters used a Power Ring to power it enough to get into orbit. Once inside the massive satellite structure, which was formed when all of the satellites merged, Blaze and her friends discovered a horrifying sight - Doctor Nega was still alive!

Doctor Eggman Nega

After a brief fight between Blaze and the evil dictator, it was discovered that this was not the late Dr. Nega who had been erased by the Deletor, but rather the Cyborized version from another reality, Cyborg-Nega. Having barely survived his confrontation with the various Blazes nearly a year ago, Cyborg-Nega had managed to rebuild his body using a part from the Giant Borg machine. Then, discovering that Dr. Nega had died in the prime zone, Cyborg-Nega travelled through space and time to replace his deceased alternative self in that reality. He also did this because his version of the Freedom Fighters were even stronger than their Prime Versions (because he came from Mobius Elite).

When the Freedom Fighters confronted Cyborg-Nega, they soon discovered that their coming to the satellite base had been a trap, designed to lure them away from Megapolis to allow Cyborg-Nega's Shadebots to reclaim the city and capture its population for Cyborization. While many were still able to escape the city, all of the Negalish, with the exception of Blaze's parents, whose wedding bands consisting of Power Rings prevented them from losing their free will, were now under the Cyborg Doctor's control. Blaze and the Freedom Fighters were able to destroy the satellite base with the help of Feist, and escaped on the space shuttle back to Mobius. Cyborg-Nega however simply downloaded his consciousness into a new robotic body, located in a secret sub basement located a half mile under the former Castle Loren in the re-christened Negapolis.

With Negapolis now in control of Cyborg-Nega, the Megalish fled the city to Solific Village. With his new body, the doctor revealed his true name to be Dr. Eggman Nega, and planned on downloading the location of Solific Village into his mind. Before he was able to however, Sam, SALLY and Feist deleted its location from Negapolis' computer memory banks, preventing its location from being discovered by the new despot. Meanwhile, Blaze located the remaining Megalish who were trapped in the city during its evacuation, and helped them escape.

When Dr. Eggman Nega released Sol from the confines of the Dark Emerald, which was then sent to the human city of Museum Square, Blaze and the other Freedom Fighters were sent to stop it. While Blaze and Marine seemingly killed Sol on board the Nega Carrier, the fire-created being managed to survive and obtain the last of the seven Sol Emeralds, using the negative energy to becoming Raging Sol. With the creature wreaking havoc in Museum Square, Blaze was forced to use the remaining positive energies of the Emeralds to become Burning Blaze to combat the new threat. She successfully defeated Raging Sol, who then returned to his confines in the Dark Emerald alongside Pyra. The humans in Museum Square thanked the Freedom Fighters for their help.

Before they could return to Solific, Dr. Eggman Nega launched another mechanical duplicate of Blaze, known as Bronze Blaze, to destroy Museum Square once and for all. While Bronze Blaze was able to outmatch the other Freedom Fighters with ease, her injuring of Silver pushed Blaze over the edge, allowing her to defeat the robo-duplicate by knocking its head off. When Eggman Nega went to recover his machine, he found himself being attacked and chased out of Museum Square by it, as Nathan Morgan had reprogrammed Bronze Blaze (now numbered II) to act as protector of the city against the mad scientist.

With Museum Square safe and with a permanent protector there, Blaze and the Freedom Fighters bid the humans farewell. Shortly after their departure in the Freedom Fighter Special however, the ship experienced a malfunction and was forced to land. Little did they know that the one responsible for this was none other than the original Metal Blaze. During their reconnaissance of the area, Silver was captured and taken hostage by the metallic duplicate. Blaze, angered as the capture of her young friend, attempted to defeat Metal Blaze alone. However, the self-rebuilt robot proved far too powerful, cunning and advanced, due to the Power Gem embedded in his chest. After defeating Blaze, Metal Blaze offered the flaming femme the chance to save Silver, which turned out to be a trap to lure her into Mount Mobius just before it erupted. Just as the volcano began to spew lava, Metal Blaze had a change of heart, after witnessing Silver willing to stay with Blaze and sacrifice himself. The robot then held the lava back while the two could escape before being overwhelmed by lava.

Shortly thereafter, Blaze returned home only to aid the King in rescuing Princess Nene Loren from Dr. Eggman Nega. During the fight, Blaze saw the King use the Sword of Loren to unintentionally restore free will to her uncle Retran and Flirns. The distraction of the sight was enough to keep Blaze from protecting the King from a sneaky punch from a Shadebot, leaving him wheelchair bound for months. Feeling guilty from her lapse in judgment, Blaze took the Sword (unauthorized) in an attempt to restore the other Negalish, only for Nina Swan to follow with a similar plan to rescue her mother. During a subsequent battle with upgraded Combots, the Sword was lost.

Attempting to retrieve the Sword from Dr. Eggman Nega (unaware that Yma Serpentine had taken it during the battle), Blaze witnessed the return of the Underlanders. Attempting to reason with them, Blaze unsuccessfully protected the Underlanders from Dog Darn and failed to stop the Underlanders from fleeing into Negapolis. To make matters worse, Blaze had to answer for her actions regarding the Sword, lost her dame hood, and was temporarily restricted to Solific.

Weeks later, she took another unauthorized trip to Negapolis, saw that Eggman had done nothing to them, and then had to intervene in a battle between Serpentine and Sodok. After Serpentine curiously saved Blaze from Sodok and departed, Blaze secretly delivered Sodok to the Solific hospital. The next morning, a Shadebot delivered a message for Blaze: Sir Retran had regained his free will, and knew that Eggman had lost the sword to Serpentine. Adopting a disguise, and going by the alias, "The Rebel" of Rabia, Blaze attempted to track down Serpentine, only for Jeffery St. John and the Royal Secret Service to head to Negapolis, thinking that the sword was still there. Blaze had to rescue them from Eggman Nega, and head back to Solific before anyone recognized her.


Blaze's escape from P.U.N. just as she stashed her disguise, was apprehended by Museum Square's defence force P.U.N., when they believed it was Blaze who destroyed Bronze Blaze II and stole the city's only Sol Emerald from their museum. It turned out that the real thief was Flare the Cat, a being created by Dr. Ivan Nega's maternal grandfather Professor Agen Robotnik. Blaze eventually found Flare on the Confinement Isles on a mission to steal the seven Sol Emeralds. As the two fought, Eggman Nega soon informed Flare that he had set the charges on the island and it was set to blow. Flare’s partner, Rogue “Swall” the Swallow, then called saying that she was trapped in the vault where the Sol Emeralds where being held. Eggman Nega then informed Flare to meet him at the rendezvous point and that they would dig the Emeralds out of the ashes later. Blaze, overhearing this, offered a temporary truce with Flare in order to save Swall. The two proceed to break into the base and Flare transports them all to Eggman Nega's pyramid base using Sol Serve and then teleported herself away. Blaze and Swall, after introducing themselves, formed an alliance to break into the base and steal a shuttle to take up the ARCH. Once there, Blaze then confronts Flare yet again before she could activate the Shading Cannon. Just after Flare managed to land a Sol Spear attack on Blaze, Swall informed her that she had found a video she needed to see. After teaming up again, Blaze and Flare raced to a shrine area aboard the ARCH where the Sol Emeralds were being kept that was guarded by a huge monster. The monster then merged itself with the ARCH's Shading Cannon using Sol Serve. The two cats then used the Emeralds to transform into Burning Blaze and Flaming Flare and then defeated the beast. After which, they used Sol Serve to send the ARCH back into orbit, but Blaze then realized that Flare used up too much energy, and could only watch as she fell toward the planet's surface.

Eventually returning home, Blaze acted as a tutor for Nina, before making one more attempt at retrieving the Sword. With help from the other Freedom Fighters, the Sword was finally retrieved. Almost immediately, it was discovered that Nathan Morgan had learned of the Underlanders, and the toxic waste poisoning in the city, forcing a few rescue attempts. The Sword was able to restore free will to the Negalish, including the High Officer, who was returned to Solific by Nails, but Nathan was captured and Cyborized, and Blaze was unable to rescue him. Instead, she was forced to stop a treasonous Huge and Grenade from killing the Royal Family, before convincing the Underlanders that they can't stay in Negapolis.

Some time after this, Blaze would be called back to Museum Square to save them from Zen the Dragon, in exchange for letting a group of Underlanders move into the city from Negapolis.

The Black Arms

Some months later, the xenophobic alien race known as the Black Arms came to Megalus. They went on to explain that Megalus used to be called Mobius, and that thousands of years ago they sent an emissary to the Mobian population to discuss a peace agreement after their King was killed, only for it to be killed and dissected. In retaliation, the Black Arms attacked Mobius, launching more Gene Bombs on the planet, certain it would work this time, which lead to the further de-evolution of Overlanders and the further evolution of the animal kingdom (it was later discovered that the Bem had altered the Bombs in the Mobians favour). They had now returned to what used to be Mobius to finish the job the Gene Bombs were supposed to do, which was to wipe out all life on the planet. Their ship's attack on Megalus was short lived, but the Black Arms had one weapon left in their arsenal - the Triton Dial. The Triton Dial was a massive device which would open up a black hole, enveloping the planet and the entire solar system, as well as being an upgraded version of the Quantum Dial which the Xorda had used. Although almost all of the people of Megalus attacked the huge weapon together, its defences proved too great. It was only when Marine, who had just returned from the afterlife, took out the weapon's entire defence system that Blaze was able to get into it and shut it down, saving the entire planet. However, by shutting it down, it activated a defence program and Blaze was transported billions of light years off world to another galaxy.

Realizing she was trapped on the other side of the universe, Blaze spent the next few months jumping across worlds while searching for a way home. She first found herself on the planet Thoraxia, whose population consisted of two insectoid-like races, the Blodex and the Bzzzz. Before Blaze could find a way off the planet, she found herself having to use the Red Sol Emeralds on the planet to defend the Blodex from the invading Bzzzz. However, rather than turning Blaze into Burning Blaze, the Red Emeralds manifested the power Blaze absorbed into a separate being which became Burning Blaze. The new being defeated the Bzzzz, but didn't stop there. Instead, it went on a total rampage and began destroying the Blodex as well. Realizing she was responsible for the creation of this new menace, Blaze went to fight her Super form and stop her from causing any more harm. After stopping Burning Blaze from destroying Thoraxia's two moons, Burning Blaze went on to pummel Blaze. Like the Sol Emeralds on Megalus however, the power was only temporary, causing Burning Blaze to dissipate before she could finish Blaze off.

After saving the Blodex, the insect-like race contacted a neighbouring species called the D'novulands to assist Blaze's trip home. The D'novulands placed a device in Blaze's ear, the "Babble Node" as she referred to it, allowing her to understand almost all alien languages. On their way to Mezzo Jillion, the sector's largest trading hub, their ship was caught in an asteroid field, the remains of the planet Cemerant-16, which had just been destroyed. Forced to abandon ship, Blaze was sent into the last escape pod by the ship's captain, Oe, which descended into an uninhabited planet's atmosphere.

The planet's evolution and time was hundreds of times faster than that on Megalus, allowing Blaze to watch the planet go from uninhabitable to supporting a technologically advanced race called the Azurites. The Azurites had watched Blaze for what had been millions of years for them, believing her to be a Goddess. When they were technologically advanced enough, they created a device known as the Temporal Decelerator, which allowed them to slow down their time so that they could communicate with her. With communication now possible, the Azurites offered to make Blaze a ship which would allow her to get off the Azurites world and find her way home. Once they disabled the Temporal Decelerator, they were able to create a ship within a matter of seconds by Blaze's time. She then used the ship to begin her journey home.

Blaze's journeys led her to meet up with one of the late Dr. Ivan Nega's earliest creations - K.A.T.I.E. Having convinced K.A.T.I.E to go beyond her programming, Blaze managed to persuade the machine to ascend to the stars. Little did she know this would cause a chain of events leading to the destruction of numerous worlds. Now, almost two years after K.A.T.I.E had left Megalus, her size was nearly that of a planet's, with the power to drain entire worlds of all their metallic substances within fifteen minutes. After a confrontation with Captain Bagbar Beeblebrox and the crew of the Sentelle, Blaze, realizing it was his duty to make amends to stop K.A.T.I.E, flew her ship into her hull. Fighting her way through K.A.T.I.E's defence units, Blaze finally came face to face with her. Blaze managed to convince her that her actions made her no better than she was when she first left Megalus, which caused her to decide to collide with the nearest sun and destroy herself.

During her time in space, Blaze located Silver's parents on the Bem home world of Argentium - Shadow and Melissa Kintobor. Both had been taken by the Bem Ceneca-9009 during Nega's original takeover, and Shadow was De-Cyborized. Both had been taken back to the Bem home world where they had been living ever since. After breaking Ceneca-9009 out of prison, Blaze was provided with a ship to take her through the Bem's artificial wormhole back to Megalus. The ship however was too small to bring Ceneca-9009 or Silver's parents along, forcing Blaze to return alone.

Return to Megalus

Having finally made it back home, Blaze quickly landed. To her surprise however, much had changed in the short time she was gone. While it was mere weeks for Blaze in space, back on Mobius over three years had passed. In Blaze's absence, Dr. Eggman Nega had declared full-scale war on both the Kingdom of Loren and the Republic of Museum Square. To make matters worse, Eggman Nega had developed two nuclear warheads which he was preparing to launch at both cities. In addition to this, he deployed an army of new-model Negabots to take out the shield surrounding the radioactive wasteland of Negapolis, which would result in the waste poisoning Knothole.

After a quick welcome home reception with friends and family, Blaze and the Freedom Fighters departed immediately to stop Eggman Nega from launching the warheads, while the Solix, Alet Foxx and P.U.N. went to stop the robotic hordes from taking down Negapolis' force field. In the harbour of Old Mobotropolis, Blaze first encountered Eggman Nega's robotic "daughter" Mecha, while Silver struggled to outsmart Nega's computer-virus "son" J.A.C.K. Shortly before the missiles launched, Nails successfully destroyed the aircraft carrier which was harbouring them, though this was only due to the fact that Silver distracted J.A.C.K. long enough for her to act.

Shortly after this, Blaze spent time getting used to her old home of Knothole with friends. The next few days however proved just as difficult for the flaming femme. Blaze and Sam suffered a heart-wrenching breakup, and Blaze's father was temporarily killed by a Timmy Turtle Auto-Automaton. However, things took a better turn when Blaze and Sam found the real Timmy Turtle and rescued him from Dr. Eggman Nega's clutches.

Fighting the Eggman Empire

When Marine received word that her father Openivus had been captured by the Dingo Regime, which placed the location of the Mistress Sol in jeopardy, Blaze accompanied her and the Solix to Sinking Island to launch a rescue mission. Blaze's assistance resulted in the liberation of one of the many concentration camps and the successful rescue of Openivus.

Shortly afterwards, Blaze found herself pursuing Flare the Cat into a mysterious underground bunker. Unbeknownst to her, Dr. Eggman Nega was equally interested in this bunker, and sent the recreated Metal Blaze to discover its secrets as well as defeat both Blaze and Flare. The trio went head-to-head while Silver and the other Freedom Fighters discovered the history of Megalus from the ancient robot Isaac. Eventually, Metal Blaze and Isaac allied while Blaze and Flare formed a temporary alliance in order to stop Isaac from launching a nuclear missile. With Flare's help, Blaze managed to prevent the missile from launching and defeated Metal Blaze.

Using a device created by Curse (Anti Tela), Ferno managed to transport herself to the prime zone and knock Blaze unconscious. She then dressed herself in Blaze's attire while dressing Blaze in hers and dumped her in Megaelus (Anti Megalus) while replacing Blaze in the prime zone. Upon awakening, Blaze woke up to the Anti Freedom Fighters beating on her. Shortly afterwards however she managed to subdue them and use Curse's device to return to the prime zone. However, even after her defeat, Ferno managed to remain in the prime zone.

On Blaze and Ferno's birthday, Ferno attempted to obtain the Mistress Sol with the help of Rogue the Swallow. Openivus fought them off, but was nearly defeated when Ferno decided to fight dirty and used weapons. Openivus managed to prevent the evil duplicate from using the Mistress Sol to transform completely. With her new powers, Ferno fought both Blaze and Flare back at Solific Village; despite having the upper hand, the duo proved too much for Ferno and he fled, with Swall, into a mysterious Warp Ring.

The Darkest Storm

Following the Ferno fiasco, Blaze and the other Freedom Fighters were surprised to see Silver's uncle Albuse Prose arrive on the scene with Sir Connolly. Albuse was hoping to use the powers of the Source of All from the King's crown to ensure Sixi Suguan remained trapped inside a Sol Emerald. Before he could do this however, the Serpenti released Sixi Suguan from the Nega Prison Chambers, the dimensional breach killed the Neo Ancient Walkers and allowing Sixi to escape confinement. Soon afterwards, Blaze, the Freedom Fighters, the Solix, Albuse and Sir Connolly found themselves facing off against the Suppressiontrix, the Serpenti and Sixi Suguan. When Sir Connolly sacrificed himself to render the Sword of Loren and the Crown of Loren powerless and wound Sixi, the tides seemed to shift into the allies' favour. However, Dr. Eggman Nega's Nega Fleet soon arrived on the scene and captured Suguan, the Suppressiontrix and the Serpenti, sending them to the Nega Prison Chambers. Blaze assumed Eggman Nega would continue his attack, but he stated he would crush Blaze and the Freedom Fighters on his own terms before returning to New Mobotropolis.

Battle with J.A.C.K

Following the capture of Sixi and her followers, Anonymous revealed himself to in fact be Dr. Eggman Nega's computer-virus "son" J.A.C.K. Before Nega could erase J.A.C.K.'s programming, the latter transferred his files to the nanites. J.A.C.K. then proceeded to use the nanites to control Blaze's father into bringing Silver to his super beacon, while forcing Eggman Nega to contact Flare to arrive there as well. J.A.C.K. then had both Flaming Flare and Supreme Silver locked inside the beacon and used their immense powers to pull all of the Sol Emeralds from throughout the universe to Megalus.

Blaze had followed her father to the beacon and moved in to stop J.A.C.K. before he could complete his schemes, Blaze using the Sol Emeralds to transform into Burning Blaze. Though she had the upper hand against J.A.C.K. even when the latter used the Sol Emeralds to transform as well, Blaze found herself unwilling to attack Timmy Turtle, who J.A.C.K. was using as a host body as Timmy had come into contact with the nanites. Fortunately, Timmy managed to briefly gain control of his body and tell Blaze to let him die. The Nega Fleet soon arrived on the scene and Timmy was subsequently killed in front of Blaze's eyes. Shortly before his death, Silver and Flare used their Sol powers to open a portal to the Zone of Silence and send all of the Sol Emeralds into that zone, thus causing The Second Harmony.

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