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PG-002/Woodra, the Goddess of Flora
Woodra
Species
Hedgehog.
Birthplace
Ringstar Island
Age
Ageless
Alignment
Neutral
Debut
Friends/Allies
Dr. Nega, Luna, and her sisters.
Enemies
The Chaotix and company (initially).
Likes
Plants, nature, rhymes, poetry, and rap music.
Dislikes
N/A
Theme Song


"Woodra, the Goddess of Flora... That's my name, controlling plants is my game! I'm also known as 'PG-002', if that's okay with you."
Dimensional Chaos Part 15a'

Woodra, the Goddess of Flora, also known by her experiment codename, PG-002 (pronounced "Pee-Jee-Double-Oh-Two") is a character from SolarBlaze's episodic fanfic, Knuckles' Chaotix: Elements of Power. As with her older sister, Stonia, Woodra is a creation of Dr. Nega's, and is the second in his line of Parallel Goddess Experiments, modeled after her dimensional equivalent, Seedra. Like her older sisters, she has made her debut in Dimensional Chaos.

Personality

Not much is known about Woodra's personality so far, other than the fact that she seems to have an affinity with rhymes (rather than puns like most of the Goddesses). More information to come later.

History

Woodra is the younger sister of Stonia, and the second of Dr. Nega's Parallel Goddess Experiments that he created after he, Volcana, and Metal Blaze raided Dr. Robotnik's base and stole the blueprints for the EG Experiments and the Egg Merger.

After deceiving the Wave Goddess, Oceana, into believing that he posed no threat, and was merely working on these projects for the benefit of mankind, Dr. Nega asked her for a blood sample; a request that she willingly complied with. After creating the Nega Egg Merger, and infusing Oceana's blood and an ordinary, colorless gem with leaf/plant-based element samples, this eventually resulted in the creation of PG-002/Woodra, followed by the next three PG Experiments.

Family

Trivia

  • Woodra's tendency to constantly rhyme in her speech is a nod to the Paper Mario series character(s), Merlee.
    • Adding onto the above, Woodra's fascination with rhymes is also an (unintentional) reference to "roses are red, violets are blue" poems.
  • Like Frostina, Woodra was originally intended to have an entirely different color scheme (teal), but SolarBlaze could not get the palette to look the way he envisioned it.
    • On a related note to the above, her color scheme is an homage to a palette edit that SolarBlaze has done to the Emerald Hill Zone in a Sonic the Hedgehog 2 ROM hack that he attempted in 2004.

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