Gameplay differs from traditional games in the Sonic series by mixing in the new element of swordplay with the traditional Sonic platforming and speed. Doing so correctly will take away twenty of Sonic's rings and give them to the townsperson, and in return, he receives a gift at the end of the stage. The game changes the traditional level items, such as springs and speed pads, into "fairies." Fairies come in varying colors; Yellow elements will be used as a group of one to twenty rings, Blue fairies will be used as speed boosts and springs, and Red will be used to fill the "Soul gauge." This gauge is filled by defeating enemies and collecting Red Fairies, and is used to unleash a powerful lock-on attack, Soul Surge. As levels are completed, the player gains a number of "Followers" that is used as Experience and as the number of followers goes up, the number of skills the player has in a certain style are increased. Once the "Knight's Quest" part of the story is reached, Sir Gawain , Sir Lancelot , and Sir Percival will be playable from that point on. Up to four players can play in the game's multiplayer, choosing between one of 12 characters to partake in a number of different kinds of battles.
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