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|“||All hail the king, baby.||”|
–Super Scourge's first words to his foes., StH #195
This transformation occurred when Scourge used the Anarchy Beryl in his throne to transform in order to combat the combined hedgehog might of Sonic the Hedgehog, Amy Rose, Rob O' the Hedge, Silver the Hedgehog, Shadow the Hedgehog, Metal Sonic and Rosy the Rascal, who all decided Scourge was a legitimate threat and decided to work together. (StH: #195)
Despite their efforts, the numerous hedgehogs were no match for Super Scourge, who defeated all of them. Super Scourge then proceeded to defeat the combined might of the Knothole Freedom Fighters and Suppression Squad (minus Rotor and Fiona), who had returned to Anti-Mobius expecting Scourge to be defeated. While seeming to be unbeatable, Sonic eventually realized the Anarchy Beryl would have a different (and negative) effect on Scourge to contrast the positive effect the Chaos Emeralds had on him once the transformation to Super Sonic ended. Luring Super Scourge away from the others, Sonic managed to stall for time until Super Scourge was tricked by Sonic into de-transforming. As Sonic speculated, the Anarchy Beryl drained him of what energy he had left in his normal form, leaving him vulnerable. Sonic subsequently defeated Scourge and captured him. (StH: #196)
- In StH #161, there was a data file about Scourge and it said that his fur color changed to golden when in his super form, but head-writer Ian Flynn said it was merely a "goof-up." (1)
- Super Scourge was the only transformation in the comic series' continuity to have the character's clothes change color when transformed until the debut of Burning Blaze in SU #58.
- Early designs of Super Scourge actually did have Scourge's fur change to a golden color. But Ian Flynn thought it was bland and boring and Super Scourge went through four more designs before the final design.