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This article is about the main and titular character of the Spyro franchise. For the first video game of the Spyro series, see Spyro the Dragon. For other subjects with similar names, see Spyro the Dragon (disambiguation).
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Artwork of Spyro for Spyro Reignited Trilogy
Full name Spyro the Dragon
First appearance Spyro the Dragon (1998)
Latest appearance Spyro Reignited Trilogy (2019) (Nintendo Switch)
Species Dragon
Portrayed by Tom Kenny (1999-2002, 2018-present)

Spyro is the titular main character and protagonist of the Spyro franchise and a major character of the Skylanders series. Spyro made his debut in the 1998 video game, Spyro the Dragon. He is a young, purple dragon with an energetic personality. His main abilities include breathing fire, charging, and gliding. Spyro is often accompanied by Sparx, who protects Spyro during his journey.

Concept and creation[edit]

An early concept art of Spyro depicting him as green

After developing Disruptor, Insomniac president Ted Price contacted Charles Zembillas (who had previously designed Crash Bandicoot) to design a playable video game character that is a dragon. Spyro was originally named "Pete," but the name was dropped to avoid infringing on Disney's trademark Pete's Dragon. "Pyro" was then considered as a name, but since the series would appeal to children, the name was dropped, and the character's name would be finalized Spyro.[1]

Spyro was given the ability to glide infinitely, giving him an attribute that no other playable character in a platformer had and making the game's worlds significantly larger and providing more incentive for exploration. According to programmer Peter Hastings, NASA rocket scientist Matt Whiting was hired to program Spyro's controls so that he could move as smoothly as possible.[1]

Spyro was originally colored green but was changed to purple to avoid blending in with any grassy areas.[2]



Some details of Spyro's past is revealed in the Japanese Spyro the Dragon manual and Sparx's interview with DNN. Two thieves were running off past the dragon kingdom with two eggs, one was a red dragon egg and the other was a yellow dragonfly egg. The dragons caught the thieves, who then dropped the eggs. The dragons took the eggs and cared for them until they hatched. The dragon egg became hot, hatched after the dragonfly egg, and Spyro was born.

Spyro the Dragon series[edit]

Spyro the Dragon[edit]

In Spyro the Dragon, Spyro goes on a journey with Sparx to rescue the dragons who have been transformed into statues from a magic spell caused by Gnasty Gnorc. Spyro, being a young dragon, is the only dragon to be unaffected by the spell due to his small size. Along the way, Spyro also recovers treasure that had been stolen from the dragons. The Dragon Worlds consist of portals to realms, each also having a few dragons and some treasure to collect. Spyro has to travel through the five Dragon Worlds, Artisans, Peace Keepers, Magic Crafters, Beast Makers, and lastly Dream Weavers, before he can reach the final area, Gnorc Gnexus, where he must battle and defeat Gnasty Gnorc. Spyro can travel between the Dragon Worlds by renting a hot-air balloon from a Balloonist, provided he has rescued enough dragons.

In the ending, after defeating Gnasty Gnorc, Spyro was interviewed on his victory, where he claims that every good battle requires a good adversary, with specifically referring to Gnasty Gnorc. The Dragons were once again encased in crystal by an unseen character, and Spyro anticipated another adventure. Sometime later, Spyro treated Sparx and himself to a vacation in Dragon Shores.

Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage![edit]

Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage! intro screenshot of Spyro suggesting to Sparx that they take a vacation to Dragon Shores

In Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage!, during an extended period of rainy weather, Spyro and Sparx decided that they needed a vacation from the Dragon Worlds. Spyro notices the portal to Dragon Shores and recalls not being there since defeating Gnasty Gnorc, so he and Sparx decide to enter to escape the bad weather. However, instead of ending up in Dragon Shores, Spyro and Sparx arrived in a world called Avalar because the Professor, Elora, Zoe, and Hunter, had redirected the portal network to bring them there instead. Suddenly, the group encounter a dictator named Ripto and his two bodyguards, Crush and Gulp. Ripto is furious that Spyro was brought to Avalar because he hates dragons. When Ripto leaves to the first Home World, Summer Forest, Elora gives Spyro a Guidebook to help him on his journey.

Unlike the first game, Spyro starts his journey within a realm, Glimmer, where he has to help out the Gemcutters. Spyro meets a fairy named Zoe, who automatically saves the game progress throughout certain parts of Spyro's journey. Like in Spyro the Dragon, Spyro has to collect Gems lying around, but this time he needs them throughout his journey to pay a greedy bear named Moneybags for his services in order to progress. In the case of Glimmer, Spyro needs to pay 100 Gems to Moneybags for him to drop a bridge so that Spyro can progress.

After exiting Glimmer, Spyro meets up with Elora once more in Summer Forest. She asks Spyro to recover the Talismans around Avalar, as they are powerful enough to defeat Ripto. Once Spyro has collected the six Talismans of Summer Forest, he can continue into Crush's Dungeon to fight Crush. Once Crush has been defeated, Spyro can access the second Home World, Autumn Plains, where he must collect eight more Talismans, making a total of 14, in order to fight Gulp at Gulp's Overlook.

Once Spyro has defeated Gulp, Elora arrives to congratulate him. Believing there to be no sign of Ripto, Elora and a few of the fairies reward Spyro with a chair and umbrella to relax on for a vacation. Elora then goes to Winter Tundra to check on the Professor, who is reconstructing a super portal to send Spyro back home, and he later decides to follow Elora there.

When Spyro arrives at the Winter Tundra, he learns from Elora that Ripto is still alive and that he stole the power crystal, which is necessary to power the super portal. Spyro is now asked to collect the Orbs, including in earlier realms, as they are also necessary for powering the super portal and to fight Ripto. Once Spyro has obtained all 40 Orbs, he can go battle Ripto in his arena.

At the arena, Zoe informed Spyro and Sparx that the Professor was working on new types of Orbs. During the battle, Spyro and Ripto used the power from the Orbs to attack Ripto. Ripto used one Orb to deploy a large, mechanized version of Gulp. When Spyro destroyed it, Ripto used another Orb to transform the arena floor into lava while creating a large mecha-bird to help finish Spyro off. Spyro managed to defeat the mecha-bird in an aerial duel, and both the it and Ripto fell to their demise in a pool of lava. Spyro was then sent back to Dragon Shores to begin his vacation.

In the PlayStation version's epilogue, Spyro is shown a few times: having a hot tub party with the Chef, missing his chance with Elora while riding a love boat, and being confronted by a black sheep.

Spyro: Year of the Dragon[edit]

In Spyro: Year of the Dragon, while the dragons and Spyro are asleep after celebrating the Year of the Dragon festival, a young sorceress rabbit named Bianca and some Rhynocs steal the Dragon Eggs. Spyro and the others only wake up when they find Bianca stealing the last remaining Dragon Egg. Just before Spyro and Hunter could stop Bianca, she took the egg back through a hole to the Forgotten Realms, which is where the dragons formerly lived. Bianca stole the Dragon Eggs for her mistress, the Sorceress, who plans them in a spell to receive eternal life and power. Meanwhile, because the other dragons are too big to enter the hole, they ask Spyro to enter, which he does shortly after Hunter falls down. This begins Spyro's journey to recover the 150 stolen Dragon Eggs.

In the Forgotten Realms, there are four Home Worlds for Spyro to explore, in order of Sunrise Spring Home, Midday Gardens Home, Evening Lake Home, and lastly Midnight Mountain Home. In each Home World, Spyro recruits four new allies, in order of Sheila, Sgt. Byrd, Bentley, and Agent 9. At first, Spyro finds each of them being held prisoner by Moneybags in the respective Home Worlds, at the behest of the Sorceress. After paying enough Gems to Moneybags, Spyro not only frees the ally but also unlocks a realm that features them as a playable character instead of Spyro.

When Spyro and Sparx arrive in Midnight Mountain Home, Bianca realized how far her Mistress would go to achieve power. She betrayed the Sorceress and defected to Spyro's side. Later, when Spyro has obtained at least 100 Dragon Eggs, he is able to enter the Sorceress's Lair. After a long battle, Spyro defeated the Sorceress, although she had not been entirely defeated.

Later, once Spyro has obtained 149 Dragon Eggs and 20,000 Gems, he can access the Super Bonus Round to fight the Sorceress once more. Here, Spyro manages to use his spaceship to ultimately defeat the Sorceress, earning him the final Dragon Egg, which hatches a pair of Siamese pair of dragons named Yin Yang.

Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly[edit]

In Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly, Ripto invaded to steal the Dragon Realm's dragonflies, who served to protect the young dragons born in Spyro: Year of the Dragon. Spyro goes on an adventure across the realm, learning new abilities from an ancient dragon elder, to recover the dragonflies.

Spyro: A Hero's Tail[edit]

In Spyro: A Hero's Tail, Spyro discovers that the Dragon Realms was being plunged into darkness, this time by an evil resident and a Dragon Elder from long time ago named Red. With help of four allies, Spyro defeated Red and Gnasty Gnorc again.

Spyro: Shadow Legacy[edit]

In Spyro: Shadow Legacy, Spyro fought against a dark sorcerer attempting to seize control of the realms using dark, shadowy mirror of each (called the Shadow Realms). Spyro learned the art of "dragon-kata" (melee attacks) and the use of magic from the Dragon Elders, and set out to rescue those the Sorcerer held captive, and defeat the Sorcerer himself.

Spyro Reignited Trilogy[edit]

Spyro is the main character of Spyro Reignited Trilogy, which has a remake for each the original three PlayStation games.

Portable games[edit]

Spyro: Season of Ice[edit]

In Spyro: Season of Ice, an alternative continuation of the Spyro: Year of the Dragon, Spyro traveled to the Fairy Realms to rescue the resident fairies (including Zoe), who had been trapped in ice because of Grendor's misguided attempt to cast an enchantment of strength and intelligence upon himself.

Spyro 2: Season of Flame[edit]

In Spyro 2: Season of Flame, Spyro found the Dragon Realms grown icy cold (even his own fire-breath frozen into breath of ice), as Ripto had invaded once again, this time to steal the realm's Fireflies; while Bianca was able to restore his normal flame breath with the magic of a few fireflies, Spyro searched again throughout the Realms to recover the other missing fireflies, using both his normal breath (as well as his newfound ice powers) to defeat enemies, recover the fireflies, and once again take on and drive Ripto out.

Spyro: Attack of the Rhynocs[edit]

In Spyro: Attack of the Rhynocs, Ripto tried invading again, and was successfully able to take over the Professor's laboratory and drive Spyro out; Spyro was tasked with travelling throughout the Realms to recover twelve 'Hearts', in order to open a passage back to the Professor's lab and confront Ripto again.

Mobile games[edit]


In the mobile game Spyro, Spyro was the special guest of the Fairy Queen for the Royal Ball. Before the party began, none of the fairies were ready. Their dresses were locked in magical chests. Spyro set off on an adventure to unlock the chests and retrieve their dresses.

Spyro: Ripto Quest[edit]

In Spyro: Ripto Quest, Ripto attacked once more, and Spyro set out to recover parts of a machine protecting the realms of Fire, Grass, Ice, and to defeat Ripto again.

The Legend of Spyro series[edit]

Spyro is also the main character of The Legend of Spyro series, which has a different continuity from the main Spyro series.[3]

The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning[edit]

In The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning, Spyro is a dragon of prophecy, a rare purple dragon born once every ten generations. As an egg, the temple where the unborn Spyro rests is attacked by the forces of the Dark Master who are intent on destroying all the dragon eggs. Ignitus, one of the eggs' guardians, escapes with the purple dragon's egg, leaving it to drift downriver into a swamp, hoping for the best. The egg is discovered by a family of dragonflies, and upon hatching, Spyro is adopted into the family and raised as one of their own, alongside Sparx, a young dragonfly born the same day.

One day, after coming under attack by strange foes and discovering that he can breathe fire, Spyro is told that he is not a dragonfly himself but a stranger from a distant land; Spyro decides to leave the swamp in search of his true home; Sparx, though reluctant at first, decides to follow along. Spyro is pursued by hostile forces, but eventually comes into contact with a distraught Ignitus, who although pleased that Spyro is alive, fears that with the Dragon Temple under occupation by their enemy, and led by an enemy dragon named Cynder, their war is already lost.

Spyro convinces Ignitus to lead him to the Temple, and is able to drive Cynder's forces out, after which Ignitus tells Spyro more about their war against the dark armies, offers Spyro some training in the art of the fire element, and then sends Spyro off to rescue three other dragons from Cynder's forces. One by one, Spyro clashes with Cynder's armies, rescues the three other dragons, while acquiring new skills and training along the way. It is learned that Cynder has been draining the dragons' power into crystals, and also that Cynder herself is merely a pawn serving the Dark Master -- Cynder originally being born from the same brood of eggs as Spyro, but are not siblings, as said by the Sierra production crew.

After freeing the final Guardian, Terrador, Ignitus is captured by Cynder. Spyro attempts to fight Cynder, but Cynder succeeds in draining Ignitus's power of fire into a crystal, and escapes to the sealed realm of the Dark Master. Ignitus fears that it is too late to stop her, but Spyro pursues Cynder and forces a showdown, eventually using all of his power in a final attack which defeats her, purging her of the Dark Master's influence and returning her to her true form, a young dragon the same size as Spyro. The realm begins to collapse in on itself; Sparx insists on making a quick exit but Spyro declares he will not leave Cynder behind with the Dark Master; though barely, Spyro is able to grab Cynder and escape safely.

The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night[edit]

The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night continues from where the first game ended, with a new villain, Gaul the Ape King, arriving at the Well of Souls in an effort to usher in a new age of darkness. Spyro must unlock the secrets behind a series of strange visions that he is having and find the power to defeat this terrifying new force. When fighting Gaul, Spyro falls through the Well of Souls. This, combined with the Well's beam hitting the celestial moon from right underneath causes Spyro to become possessed by the Dark Master, transforming him into "Dark Spyro". After defeating Gaul, he was unable to control his emotions and struggled to get out of his dark state until Cynder saves him, knocking him free from the Dark Master's influence.

The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon[edit]

In The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon, Spyro, Sparx, and Cynder emerge from the crystal. They meet Hunter, and learn that the Dark Master, Malefor, has returned. Malefor himself is a purple dragon like Spyro, but intends to cover the world in darkness and ultimately destroy it. Malefor nearly succeeds, but Spyro and Cynder confront and defeat him. Spyro seemingly sacrifices himself to repair Malefor's damage and Cynder chooses to die with him, telling him she loves him. Their fate is left ambiguous, but they are seen flying through the air together at the end of the game.

Skylanders series[edit]

In the Skylanders series, like The Legend of Spyro series, Spyro originates from a rare line of purple dragons in a faraway land. His adventures and heroics were chronicled by the Portal Masters of Old. He was eventually invited to join the Skylanders by Master Eon and lives in Skylands as one of the protectors.

Skylanders: Imaginators[edit]

Spyro acts as a guide for players within certain levels of Skylanders: Imaginators, alongside other popular Skylanders.


Crash Nitro Kart (Game Boy Advance)[edit]

Spyro is an unlockable character in the Game Boy Advance version of Crash Nitro Kart. He is unlocked after winning against Velo for the first time. In contrast to his traditional depiction as a hero, Spyro races for Team Trance and uses Uka Uka for his mask.

Spyro Orange: The Cortex Conspiracy[edit]

In Spyro Orange: The Cortex Conspiracy, a crossover game which is set after the events from Spyro GBA games, Ripto teamed up with Dr. Cortex to get rid of their foes. Spyro arrived in Wumpa Jungle while Crash was in the Dragon Realms as they teamed up to defeat Ripto and Dr. Cortex.

Crash Twinsanity[edit]

Spyro appears as the cameo in Crash Twinsanity, where he is somehow transported to Twinsanity Island, a place from the parallel Earth where the Evil Twins, the antagonists of the game, live.

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled[edit]

Spyro is an unlockable DLC character in Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled. He can be unlocked in the Pit Stop for 1,500 Wumpa Coins, and he is also featured in the Spyro & Friends Grand Prix. Spyro has high speed but with low acceleration and turn. His signature kart is the Spyromobile, and his signature course is Spyro Circuit.

Story chronology[edit]

Spyro the Dragon series consists of six mainline games in the original series, four GBA portable games and The Legend of Spyro trilogy. Although the sixth game, Shadow Legacy, was released for Nintendo DS instead for major platforms, it is considered to be a part of the main series storyline. Spyro also appeared in Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure and its sequels, but the franchise is itself completely different and standalone despite having some few similarities, as Spyro is no longer the sole main character and does not have a Spyro banner from the solo series.

The following order of the narrative branches is:

Original continuity:

1) Spyro the Dragon
2) Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage
3) Spyro: Year of the Dragon
4) Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly
5) Spyro: A Hero's Tail
6) Spyro: Shadow Legacy

Alternate continuity:

1) Spyro the Dragon
2) Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage
3) Spyro: Year of the Dragon
4) Spyro: Season of Ice
5) Spyro 2: Season of Flame
6) Spyro: Attack of the Rhynocs
7) Spyro Orange: The Cortex Conspiracy

The Legend of Spyro continuity:

1) The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning
2) The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night
3) The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon

NOTE: Spyro Reignited Trilogy is a remaster of the first three games, not an individual title.

NOTE: Four games for Game Boy Advance (Season of Ice, Season of Flame, Attack of the Rhynocs and Spyro Orange: The Cortex Conspiracy) form an alternative narrative to the first three games.

NOTE: The Legend of Spyro trilogy is a reboot of the series and has no relation to the original series. Although the first title, A New Beginning, indicated to be a prequel in the early development of the game, the final version shows to be a separate game from them, along with its two sequels.

General information[edit]


"Spyro Johnson Dragon is the mischievous hero of this tale. He may be the smallest hero in the Dragon Family, but even the Elder Dragons admit he's got gumption! Just ask Gnasty Gnorc - he won't mess with Spyro again! Spyro's always rarin' to go, especially when he can headbash some sheep or flame some frogs. He's so full of energy, he keeps me on the move! Spyro is extremely curious and hardly ever cautious, which sometimes gets him into trouble! That's why I stick around, to make sure nothing too serious happens to him!" –Sparx (Spyro: Year of the Dragon manual)

Spyro’s full name is Spyro Johnson Dragon

In the first Spyro the Dragon, Spyro has a mischievous and bratty personality. Through much of his adventure, he mostly focused on defeating Gnasty Gnorc and was eager to defeat him. The two sequels, Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage! and Spyro: Year of the Dragon, feature Spyro as less cocky and more levelheaded. He has minimal interest in love, as he lost his chance with Elora in Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage! and regarded the scene of Hunter and Bianca falling in love as a "sad sight".

In Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly, Spyro is friendlier than in the first three games. In Spyro: A Hero's Tail, Spyro was given a cocky personality, even more than the first game. His arrogant personality was retained for subsequent games.

In The Legend of Spyro series, Spyro's personality is largely different than the main Spyro the Dragon series. Spyro is young and compassionate towards others and he is always willing to help them no matter what happens. Spyro doesn't ask for rewards and is just happy to be a big help to those in danger. He even saves Cynder from being destroyed when the area he fought her in was collapsing.

In the Skylanders series, Spyro is described as strong-willed and young at heart, but has a headstrong and arrogant attitude.

Physical appearance[edit]

Spyro is a purple dragon with both yellow horns and wings, and a light-colored belly. Starting with Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage!, Spyro's rendered art displays a ridge of yellow spikes down his back, although this was not reflected by Spyro's in-game model until Spyro: A Hero's Tail.


One of Spyro's main abilities is breathing bursts of fire

Spyro's main attacks involve him charging at opponents with his horns and breathing fire at them. Spyro can use his wings to glide but needs to utilize certain powerups to fly around freely. He spits arrow-shaped fire bursts instead of a continuous stream of fire.

In Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage!, Spyro learns new abilities from Moneybags in exchange for treasure. This includes the ability to swim underwater, where Spyro can charge at enemies but can only blow bubbles instead of fire. He also learns to climb up certain walls with his claws and the headbash maneuver. Spyro retains these abilities in later games.

In Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly, in addition to his fire breath, Spyro can collect magic runes that allow him to breathe lightning, ice, and bubbles that he can use to catch lost baby dragonflies. In Spyro: A Hero's Tail, Spyro rescues fairies that grant him the power to breathe lightning, water, and ice.

In Spyro Orange: The Cortex Conspiracy, Spyro learns how to fly short differences by himself, and in the opening screen, Spyro is also shown to be flying independently. Certain quests in Spyro: Attack of the Rhynocs depict Spyro with the ability to fly outside of speedways or special stages without the use of power-ups.

In Spyro: Shadow Legacy, Spyro learns to cast various magic spells and to perform the art of Dragon Kata.

In The Legend of Spyro series, Spyro can breathe and manipulate fire, ice, electricity, and earth. Once he learns to use all four elements, he can use a fifth energy-based element known as "Aether", which only purple dragons can use. In The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night, Spyro acquires the "Dragon Time" ability, which allows him to slow down time. Spyro can fly infinitely in The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon, having become a teenager, and is also playable as Dark Spyro when consumed by Dark Aether.

In the Skylanders series, Spyro can control every element in Skyland, although he still prefers to use fire. He can harness nearby darkness, allowing him to become Dark Spyro.



Spyro and Sparx have been best friends ever since they were still in eggs. Sparx follows Spyro and acts as his health indicator, and helps him collect treasure scattered throughout the game world. If Sparx disappears, Spyro will be left vulnerable, but Spyro can replenish Sparx by finding butterflies for him to eat, which are usually acquired by attacking smaller animals such as sheep. Spyro generally respects the other dragons, but is impatient with more senior ones and often tries to leave as they are talking.

In The Legend of Spyro series, Spyro and Sparx were almost like brothers, as Spyro was adopted by dragonflies at a young age. When Spyro found out that he was adopted, Sparx followed him to find out the truth about his past. Spyro and Sparx may have their differences such as Spyro occasionally gets annoyed by Sparx's sarcastic comments and Sparx being annoyed by Spyro's decisions of choosing a path of which he thinks could lead to danger, the two are almost never seen without each other.


Spyro shares a strong "father-son" relationship with Ignitus. Usually when Spyro doesn't have much confidence in himself, Ignitus believes that he will succeed in his destiny to restore peace into the world. Upon Ignitus' captivity by Cynder, Spyro felt guilty when he failed to save him. However, after Terrador's training sessions, he and Sparx go after him. During Malefor's reign, Ignitus leads Spyro and a now redeemed Cynder to confront the Dark Master to the burned lands where he uses up all of his powers to clear the path. Spyro, shocked in horror, transforms into "Dark Spyro" (a form channeled by Malefor through Spyro's emotions) and attempts to rescue him, only to be stopped and calmed down by Cynder.


His relationship with Cynder is has also been a key element throughout the series. Since Cynder began as an antagonist, Spyro was indifferent and tried to stop her. Once learning the truth from Ignitus that Cynder was a stolen egg by the forces of darkness, Spyro confronted her and after her defeat, she shrunken back to her original small form leading Spyro to bring her back to where she came from. However, Cynder felt greatly responsible for what happened and leaves the temple. Upon meeting the Chronicler and learning the truth about Cynder, Spyro ignores his wishes and searches for Cynder. There have been some debate over Spyro's relationship with Cynder.

Being the only female dragon of the series, many believed that Spyro and Cynder share a "romantic relationship", similar to Link and Princess Zelda's relationship. At the end of The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon, Cynder says "I love you" to Spyro.

Voice actors[edit]




Spyro: Year of the Dragon website[edit]

"Spyro's quite the little celebrity these days, having won public admiration after defeating two nasty dictators and freeing hundreds of creatures from enslavement. Hot property in Dragon World, Spyro's not one to rest on his laurels. Oh no, the guy's no sooner come back from vacation than he's going 'down under' to the Forgotten World, to track down the heinous Ryhnocs [sic].

Who better to locate the missing dragon eggs than the bravest dragon on the block?"


For this subject's image gallery, see Gallery:Spyro.

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