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The Sol Zone first had contact with Sonic's World when the evil Dr. Eggman stole the Sol Emeralds. With her home-world endangered by this theft, Blaze was forced to follow Eggman to the Prime Zone in order to retrieve them. Later, Sonic the Hedgehog and Miles "Tails" Prower would be brought here by a mysterious storm and join Blaze and Marine in their efforts to defeat Eggman and Dr. Eggman Nega. This would lead to several engagement between them and the Sol Zone Pirates under Captain Whisker. (VG: SRu, SRuA)
While the Zone was not directly affected by the second Genesis Wave, that didn't stop Blaze from being dragged into the chaos that ensued across the Prime Zone and another zone. A normal day for Blaze and Marine was interrupted by a flash of white light, which would lead into Blaze becoming Blaze Woman, one of Dr. Eggman and Dr. Wily's Roboticized Masters. (SU: #52, StH: #249, MM: #26)
Space and Time Disruption
- These events take place after Worlds Collide from the perspective of readers.
When the Super Genesis Wave was unleashed, the Multiverse collapsed in upon itself and rebooted. The wave ate away at the Sol Zone, but the Jeweled Scepter ultimately protected the zone from being destroyed or effected as badly. As a result, the Sol Zone suffered from an unusual side-effect which saw aspects of the zone's old timeline leak through into the new one. Blaze now found herself displaced into an adventure to hunt down the last Sol Emerald, with the unexpected help of Amy Rose and Cream and Cheese and was experiencing new sets of memories. Additionally, and just as bizarrely, the wave somehow sent Bean the Dynamite and Bark the Polar Bear to the zone, as well as the heavily damaged Wily Egg, the airship constructed and used by Doctor Eggman and Dr. Wily during a previous battle, also ending up there, eventually being discovered by Captain Metal and his crew, which they had restructured into the "Egg O' War". The conflict over the last Sol Emerald grew to involve Captain Whisker's crew as well, before Blaze was able to recover the last Sol Emerald. As Burning Blaze, she destroyed Captain Metal's body and sank the Egg O' War after he uploaded himself into it. (StH: #251, SU: #55, #56, #57, #58)
The most important location in the Sol Zone is the planet that is home to Blaze the Cat and the Sol Emeralds. The vast majority of the planet is made up of ocean, with countless islands of varying size found across it. While some of the large islands are home to modern civilizations, many of the smaller landmasses remain untouched.
- Blaze the Cat
- Marine the Raccoon
- Coconut Crew
- Sol Zone Pirates
- The name "Sol Zone" has never appeared in the comics, but has occasionally been used by writer Ian Flynn, and is considered the zone's official name by tier 2 in the canon policy.
- Since the multiverse has collapsed in on itself and rebooted due to the Super Genesis Wave, it's assumed the same thing had happened to the Sol Zone. However, it's not made clear as to whether or not the zone had been altered in the same way as Mobius Prime. Several elements of the zone would seem to indicate that it's the same version of the zone that appeared in previous issues. This is made evident by the presence of Captain Metal, supposedly a rebuilt version of the Metal Sonic Shadow destroyed in SU#1, and by how everyone seems to be aware of the events of "Treasure Team Tango" (particularly conspicuous in the case of Amy, as it was later revealed she had no memory of the old world before Nicole restored them). It could be possible that the aforementioned events also took place in the new timeline in some form, but this has yet to be confirmed.
- Ian Flynn later revealed that, unlike most of the multiverse previously seen in the series, the Sol Zone was mostly preserved by the Jeweled Scepter. 
- However, the changes made to the Prime Zone and it's history because of the aborted Super Genesis Wave still raise some questions about the true extent of the Sol Zone's preservation, and what minor parts of it or it's timeline might have been altered.
- Ian Flynn later revealed that, unlike most of the multiverse previously seen in the series, the Sol Zone was mostly preserved by the Jeweled Scepter.