Cream the Rabbit
Cream the Rabbit (often referred to as Cream for short) is a young, cream-colored rabbit from the Sonic the Hedgehog series. She has made a few appearances alongside the cast of Mario series characters through the cross-over games between the Mario and Sonic the Hedgehog series.
In Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games and it's sequel, she has been voiced by Rebecca Honig, and in Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games, Michelle Ruff. She is a non playable character in all of these games.
Mario & Sonic series
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games
Cream's first appearance alongside Mario and the other Mario series characters is in Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games. While she is not playable, she serves as one of the referees in some of the game's events. She, along with Toad, mainly handles calling out fouls and starting races in the Athletics events.
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games
In the next installment, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games, Cream continues her role as a referee in the events. Cream also appears as one of the scorekeepers of the Festival Mode along with Toad. In the festival mode, both she and Toad serve as the main hosts as both are seen announcing the respective day's events, along with cheering on for the player throughout the process.
In the DS version of the game, Cream appears in the story mode beside a locked chest. After some recommendation of talking to her by Toad, Mario and Sonic the Hedgehog can speak to her and obtain a new type of gear from opening the chest she was struggling with. Due to her polite nature, she is content with giving the obtained item to Mario and Sonic for their adventure. In the ending, an unlockable picture of her alongside Toad and many of the other hosts can be obtained.
Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games
In Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games, Cream once again serves as one of the more common referees alongside Toad, Espio the Chameleon, and Charmy Bee. She along with Toad host the London Party Mode option of the game, and she is also seen to make cameos in various events. A suit based on her can also be unlocked and be worn by the player's Mii. Her Chao friend Cheese makes his introduction in the series within this game and accompanies her throughout this installment.
In the 3DS version, she maintains her role as a host and referee; however, she also makes an appearance within the story mode along with Cheese. She is first seen when the main stadium becomes covered with Phantasmal Fog once again (after the heroes had cleared up London from the fog the first time) and is seen to be looking for her friends along with Cheese. Unfortunately, the two comes upon four fog clones (based on Mario, Luigi, Sonic, and Tails) and immediately the four imposters attempt to attack the young girl as nearby Shy Guys flee from the scene in cowardice. Fortunately, the real Mario and Sonic arrive (along with Luigi, Tails, Toad, and Omochao in tow) and save Cream and Cheese from the attack by challenging the fog clones instead.
At first, Cream becomes confused to see two versions of her friends; however, Tails explains to her of the situation while comforting her and tells Cream (along with Cheese) to stay by Toad in order to be safe (with Toad agreeing to protect her by cheering on for the other heroes). After the fog clones were defeated, Cream thanks the others for their help and calls them her "heroes". Not too long after, Omega arrives to the scene and informs the group of a new area to investigate (which was Stonehenge) for more clues about the reappearance of the fog. As Mario, Luigi, Sonic, Tails, Toad, and Omega head off to investigate Stonehenge, Cream wishes the team good luck on their quest after having decided to remain at the main stadium along with Cheese and Omochao.
Cream is later seen celebrating with the rest of the characters in the opening ceremony which occurs after the heroes had managed to defeat Dr. Eggman and Bowser and save London from the Phantasmal Fog.
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
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