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The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night

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The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night
LoS The Eternal Night Wii US cover.jpg
Nintendo Wii cover
Developer(s) Krome Studios (console)
Amaze Entertainment (Nintendo GBA, DS)
Publisher Vivendi Universal
Sierra Entertainment
Release date(s) Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS & PlayStation 2
USA October 2, 2007
Australia November 1, 2007
Europe November 2, 2007
Nintendo Wii
USA October 23, 2007
Australia December 6, 2007
Europe December 7, 2007
Mobile: November 12, 2007
Genre(s) Action
Rating(s)
ESRB:ESRB E.svg - Everyone
Console(s) PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo Gameboy Advance, Nintendo DS, Nintendo Wii, Mobile
Mode(s) Single player
Media Disc
Input Controller

The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night is the second installment of The Legend of Spyro continuity, the sequel to A New Beginning. It was released on the Nintendo Gamecube, Wii, DS, Playstation 2, and Nintendo Gameboy Advance.

Press Release summaries[edit]

“The legend continues in the second installment of The Legend of Spyro trilogy with the Ape King arriving at the Temple of Souls in an effort to usher in a new age of darkness. As Spyro, players must unlock the secrets behind a series of strange visions that he is having and find the power to defeat this terrifying new force.”
Sierra Entertainment[1]
“As the Night of Eternal Darkness approaches, Spyro is haunted by recurring visions of impending evil. He must master powerful new abilities on an epic quest to find the Well of Souls and prevent Gaul, the Ape King, from resurrecting the Dark Master.”
Spyro the Dragon website (The Eternal Night Edition)

Characters[edit]

Character Description Voice Actor
Spyro A small purple dragon destined to save the world. While resting off the weakness of his final battle against Cynder, Spyro is troubled by recurring nightmares and is soon thrown into another adventure. Guided by the mysterious Chronicler, he must master his elemental abilities and use them to stop the Ape King Gaul from resurrecting the Dark Master. Elijah Wood
Sparx Spyro's dragonfly sidekick and foster brother. He is a relunctant hero who is practical and worldly; skeptically observant. He uses wit and sarcasm as a mask for his uncertainty and trepidation. Sparx serves as a confidant and comic relief throughout Spyro's adventures. Billy West
Ignitus A red Guardian dragon who is master of the Fire element. He serves as a father figure and mentor to Spyro. Gary Oldman
Volteer A yellow Guardian dragon who is master of the Electricity element. Corey Burton
Cyril A blue Guardian dragon who is master of the Ice element. Jeff Bennett
Terrador A green Guardian dragon who is master of the Earth element. Kevin Michael Richardson
Cynder Spyro's former enemy. After being purged of the Dark Master's influence, Cynder seeks to find her own place in the world. Mae Whitman
The Chronicler A mysterious dragon who is legend known only to few. He is usually connected with tales of doom. Martin Jarvis
Mole-Yair A Manweersmall whom Spyro met back on Munitions Forge. Jeff Bennett
Gaul The Ape King, leader of the Apes. He seeks to bring back the Dark Master during the Night of Eternal Darkness. Kevin Michael Richardson

Levels[edit]

Number Name
1 Night Temple
2 Fire Dream
3 Ancient Grove
4 Ice Dream
5 Grove Underground
6 Fellmuth Arena
7 Earth Dream
8 Pirate Fleet
9 Electricity Dream
10 Celestial Caves
11 Mountain Fortress

Gallery[edit]

For this subject's image gallery, see Gallery:The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night.

Trivia[edit]

  • Unlike A New Beginning, The Eternal Night wasn't given an Xbox port due to the decision made by Vivendi Universal.[2]
  • Krome Studios considered adding new breath weapons and elements, but the D-pad didn't have enough buttons for the concept. In the end, they came to the decision to keep things simple by focusing on the quality of four existing elements.[3]

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