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Megagi La Skunk
—Megan on Megagi, 6 March 2007
—Chris on Megagi, IRC (20 January 2009)
Megagi La Skunk (pronounced [mɛˈgɑːdʒi], "meh-GAW-jee") is one of Megan Schroeder's furry-inspired characters, who first appears alongside Megan as her sidekick and later begins dating Bionic the Hedgehog. She has outlived her creator's presence in the comic, similar to Jiggliami, except Megan was (probably) not a troll.
Megagi was originally called Spunky Skunk, which Chris didn't like because it might have reminded him of a rather nasty habit. She also did not have breasts in her original drawing or first appearances in the comic, but Chris added them in later for unknown reasons.
Given her name and color scheme, she likely constitutes a plagiarism of Tiny Toon Adventures character Fifi La Fume. She may also be a ripoff of the Sonic character Fang the Sniper (Nack the Weasel), given her colour and design. Funnily enough, her colours are also the same as those used to symbolise homosexual pride.
Megagi used to have a somewhat different personality from the other female characters at first; she seemed to be the tomboyish type, and Chris described her as being like an "Army Soldier". In Sonichu #6, she calls Chris out on his shit, and she chews him out for ogling Megan when he should be saving the day. Although the rough-and-ready tomboy archetype is not exactly original, it was at least different from the typical Rosechu who just liked shopping. However, in Sonichu #9, she gets watered down just like the rest of them - girly and no personality - and later on in the comic she is further reduced to being Bionic's personal cheerleader.
In a series of increasingly vitriolic Facebook posts directed at Megan, Chris claims to have talked directly with Megagi, who has some particularly nasty things to say about her original creator. Whilst Chris is known to believe that Sonichu and the other comic characters are real to an extent, it's still somewhat unsettling to see it weaponized to justify threats and slander.