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Thursday, September 8, 2011

Spyro the dragon (character)

Hey I found info on this video game character called Spyro.

Here's a list of games he appears in.

*Spyro the Dragon (first appearance)
*Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage!
*Spyro 3: Year of the Dragon
*Spyro: Season of Ice
*Spyro: Season of Fire
*Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly
*Spyro: Attack of the Rhynocs.
*Spyro Orange: Cortex Conspiracy (spin-off)
*Spyro: A Hero's Tail
*Spyro: Shadow Legacy

*The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning (first voice actor & appearance change)
*The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night
*The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon (second appearance change)
*The Legend of Spyro 3D (this game was canceled for unknown reasons)
*Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure (second voice actor change and third appearance change)

*Crash  Nitro Kart

Here's his life story when he was classic.

Dragon Realms

Spyro's original artwork.
In Spyro the Dragon, Gnasty Gnorc attacked the Dragon Realms, freezing all the Dragons in crystal statues after being mocked and insulted by Lindar. Young Spyro and Sparx were the only ones that Gnasty's magic spell failed to affect, due to Spyro being smaller than the other dragons, and they set out across the Dragon Realms to free the resident Dragons and recover their treasure. After traveling through all five Dragon Realms (Including Gnasty's Realm, the former Dragon Junkyard), freeing all 80 Dragons, recovering all 14,000 treasure, finding all 12 Dragon Eggs and disposing of all of Gnasty Gnorc's minions, Spyro and Sparx challenged, pursued and defeated Gnasty Gnorc. Sometime later Spyro treats Sparx and himself to a vacation in Dragon Shores, a theme park in the Dragon Realms operated by Big Gnorcs that managed to survive being flamed by Spyro and have since reformed.


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 Realms. Noticing the portal to the location of Dragon Shores and recalling they had not been there since defeating Gnasty Gnorc, Spyro and Sparx entered the portal to escape the bad weather.
However, to their surprise, they arrived in a realm called Avalar because the Professor, Elora the Faun, Zoe the Fairy, and Hunter, the Cheetah, had redirected the portal to bring them there instead. After a confusing moment, they encountered a dictator named Ripto, who was enraged that the residents had brought a dragon to Avalar. A brief tussle ensued, ending with Ripto's escape to Avalar's Summer Forest after his magical scepter fell into the maw of his dinosaur-like mount, Gulp. At Elora's request, Spyro and Sparx visited the realms of Avalar and recovered several Talismans, then pursued Ripto and fought against one of Ripto's minions, Crush.
After Crush was crushed under a pile of rocks, Ripto and Gulp escaped to Autumn Plains, and Spyro and Sparx collected the rest of Avalar's talismans and pursued them. Spyro and Sparx caught up to Ripto, and fought against his mount, Gulp. Elora assisted by providing weapons to use against Gulp; Ripto fell off the battle area after the battle, and Elora gave Spyro a place to rest while she returned to the Professor to check up on a portal to return Spyro and Sparx home.
Spyro and Sparx decided to search for Elora and found themselves in Winter Tundra, they were met with news that Ripto was still alive, and had locked Elora and the others out of the Tundra's palace. Once more, Spyro and Sparx were asked to travel through the local portals, and this time, to recover enough Orbs to challenge Ripto with. They both succeeded, and challenged Ripto to a duel. Zoe informed Spyro and Sparx that the Professor was working on new types of Orbs, and a fierce battle ensued, with both Spyro and Ripto using powers from the Orbs for attack. Ripto used one Orb to deploy a large, mechanized version of his steed Gulp. When Spyro destroyed that, Ripto used another Orb to transform the arena floor into lava, while creating a large mecha-bird to help finish Spyro and Sparx off. Spyro combated them in an aerial duel and defeated him, sending him to his (supposed) demise in the pool of lava. Spyro and Sparx were then sent back to Dragon Shores.

Forgotten Realms

In Spyro: Year of the Dragon, the Dragon Realms were celebrating an important event: the Year of the Dragon Festival. Every twelve years during this time, the Fairies deliver dragon eggs to the Dragon Realms, which will become the next generation of Dragons. In this Year, the Fairies delivered 150 eggs to the Dragon Realms. The Dragons celebrated until they fell over from exhaustion and slept. While they were asleep, a mysterious rabbit girl named Bianca came with an army of Rhynoc creatures to steal the dragon eggs. The Dragons woke up to notice their newest Dragon egg brood gone, and found Bianca trying to steal the last remaining Dragon egg. Spyro, Sparx, and Hunter attempted to stop Bianca, but it was too late. She took the egg back through a wormhole to the realm where the Dragons once lived: the Forgotten Realms. Her master, known as the Sorceress, was beginning to lose her powers, due to the fact that the Dragons, the source of the world's magic, had migrated to the other side of the planet. She took the Dragon eggs, planning to use them in a spell to give her eternal life and power.
Since the older Dragons couldn't fit through the wormhole, they determined that only Spyro and Sparx were small enough to go to the Forgotten Realms and recover the 150 eggs. Hunter insisted that he went along, and after getting through the hole with difficulty, managed to help Spyro and Sparx. The Sorceress, along with Bianca, created monsters to fend off Spyro, but he defeated them. Along the way Spyro recruited four new allies, including Sheila the Kangaroo, Sgt. James Byrd the flying Penguin, Bentley the Yeti, and Agent 9, the Monkey in the Professor's service, all of whom were being held prisoner by Moneybags at the behest of the Sorceress. As Spyro and Sparx arrived in the Midnight Mountain world, Bianca realized how far her master would go to achieve power. She betrayed the Sorceress and went to Spyro's side, releasing Hunter from a trap he had fallen into and opening the door to the Sorceress's lair (after Spyro found 100 eggs). In a great battle, Spyro defeated the Sorceress. She was not killed, however. He had to recover 149 of the missing eggs, as well as 20,000 gems to fight her again in a secret region of the Forgotten Realms. After taking control of a spaceship, Spyro shot down the Sorceress once and for all, recovering the final egg and saving the Dragons from extinction.

Fairy Realms Crisis

In Spyro: Season of Ice, after Spyro saved the Dragon Eggs from the clutches of the Sorceress, Spyro, Hunter, and Bianca returned from the Forgotten Realms. The three decided to take a vacation. Bianca was researching vacation spots in the Sorceress' library, but dropped her magic book. It was found by the lowly librarian Grendor. Unfortunately for him, he read the spell wrong, prompting him to grow another head with a pounding headache. Grendor then used his new found magic to freeze all the fairies, and scatter them across the Fairy Realms.
When Zoe found out, she quickly alerted Spyro in her letter. Spyro, Sparx, Hunter, and Bianca ascended up to the Fairy Realms, to rescue all one hundred frozen fairies including Zoe. As Spyro entered the first world, he found that the Fairy Realms had been infested by Rhynocs. Spyro was able to defeat all of the Rhynocs, and ultimately Grendor, and freed all of the fairies.

Ripto's Return

In Spyro 2: Season of Flame, upon Spyro and Sparx's return from the Fairy Realms, Ripto returns for his ultimate revenge on the Dragons by scattering all of the Fireflies, the beings whose magical properties give the Dragons their flame breath, all over the Dragon Realms. The Dragons' breaths have now become icy cold as Spyro and Sparx embarks on a quest to find the fireflies. Eventually, after saving all of the Fireflies, Spyro once again defeats Ripto, where he is banished by the Dragon Elders.

Ripto's Revenge

Later, in Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly Spyro and Sparx returned victorious after saving the Fireflies, prompting the Dragon Elders to begin celebrating the previously saved baby Dragons obtaining their Dragonflies. Unfortunately, Ripto escaped banishment and crashed the party and scattered ninety of the one hundred and fifty-one Dragonflies across the Dragon Realms. Spyro and Sparx were once again tasked with tracking them all down.
Eventually, Spyro and Sparx cleared all nine worlds attached to the Dragon Realms, and entered Ripto's portal with the combined magic of all of the Dragonflies. They entered Ripto's portal, and Ripto created a shield for himself that was resistant to fire. Spyro destroyed the shield and beat Ripto. But when Spyro thought he had Ripto on the verge of defeat, Ripto used a magic spell to grow twice his size. He then erected a flame barrier, making Spyro's flame breath useless.
Spyro used his ice breath to bring down the barrier, and freeze Ripto. Finally, in one last act of desperation, Ripto used his magic to grow even bigger and incorporate pieces of Crush and Gulp into his body. Spyro easily brought down the monster with his electric breath. As Ripto was defeated, he cursed Spyro. Spyro discovered that Ripto's magic doesn't work properly because he was a dinosaur, and as such, their magical properties could not sustain the proper use of magic. This has lead to Ripto's hate of Dragons, and is the reason why he is so relentless in destroying the Dragons.
The Dragon Elders banished Ripto once again, and the Dragon Realms were safe once more.

The Stolen Laboratory

In Spyro: Attack of the Rhynocs, Ripto attempted another invasion, and was successfully able to take over the Professor's laboratory and drive Spyro and Sparx out; Spyro and Sparx were tasked with traveling throughout the Realms to recover twelve 'Hearts', in order to open a passage back to the Professor's lab and confront Ripto again. Spyro and Sparx did so, and re-entered the lab and engaged in combat with Ripto once again. After they defeated him, Ripto was once again banished to Chateau Ripto, until he met with Dr. Neo Cortex.

Hero Team Up

Crash and Spyro.
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In Spyro Orange: The Cortex Conspiracy, Ripto teamed up with Dr. Neo Cortex to get rid of their foes. Spyro and Sparx met Crash Bandicoot and Aku Aku, and they paired up to go through the infested homeworlds, defeating whatever the evil pair threw at them. Eventually, Spyro, Sparx, Crash, and Aku Aku defeated both Cortex and Ripto. But sadly, Cortex will always come back in the Crash Bandicoot series... sometimes Ripto will reappear also.

The Traitorous Elder

In Spyro: A Hero's Tail, Spyro discovered that the Dragon Realms were being plunged into darkness, this time by an evil Dragon Elder from long ago named Red. Spyro and Sparx teamed up with Hunter, Sgt. Byrd, and Blink the Mole in order to take down Red, and his unholy alliance of Gnorcs, along with Gnasty Gnorc and Ineptune. The five heroes battle their way through new home-worlds, and eventually defeat Red. However, Red escaped to his laboratory, and built a robot army by turning Gnorcs into robots.

Spyro in "A Hero's Tail"
Firstly, Spyro tracked down Red in his secret laboratory, where Red had become a robot himself. Spyro defeated him again, and the Professor shrank Red down to a very small size, so he wouldn't be able to attack the Dragon Realms again.

The Shadow Realm

In Spyro: Shadow Legacy, Spyro and Sparx returned back to the Dragon Realms to rest, only for the Realms to be in ruins by an unknown evil force. They soon discovered that the Sorcerer was attempting to seize control of the Dragon Realms using dark, shadowy mirrors of each Dragon Realm (called the Shadow Realms). Spyro learned the art of Dragon Kata and the use of magic from the Dragon Elders, and set out to rescue those the Sorcerer held captive, and defeat the Sorcerer himself.
After clearing the Dragon Realm and Avalar of the shadowy influences, Spyro found Red in the Forgotten Worlds. After defeating Red, it became apparent that Red was merely a pawn in the Sorcerer's plan to destroy the Dragon Realms. Spyro then battled his way through the rest of the Forgotten Worlds and fought and defeated the Sorcerer. Afterwards, he and his friends prepare themselves for the Sorcerer's next move...

Here's his life story in the modern day world.

The Legend of Spyro: A New BeginningEdit

Spyro is a dragon of prophecy; a rare purple dragon born once every ten generations. During Spyro's incubation, the Dragon Temple was attacked by the Dark Master's forces, who are intent on destroying all the dragon eggs to prevent Spyro's birth. Ignitus, the Guardian of Fire, escaped with the purple dragon's egg, and left it to drift down the Silver River into a Swamp, hoping for the best. The egg was discovered by a family of dragonflies, Nina and Flash. Upon hatching, Spyro was adopted into the family and raised as one of their own alongside Sparx, a young dragonfly who was born the same day.

Spyro in A New Beginning and The Eternal Night.
Many years after Spyro's birth, on one fateful day when Spyro and Sparx were playing hide n' seek, a group of Apes attacked the duo and Sparx was captured in the process. Spyro disposes most of the group when Sparx gives the leader a sarcastic insult. The leader didn't take the insult very well and was about to kill Sparx. Spyro, furious, unconsciously used his Fire breath on the leader, who promptly retreated, stating he had to report back to Cynder. Spyro dealt with the remaining Apes and freed Sparx from his 'lantern' cage. Upon returning to their home, he was told by his foster parents, Flash and Nina, that he was not a dragonfly, but a stranger from a distant, war-torn land. Spyro decided to leave the Swamp in search of his true home. Sparx, though reluctant at first, decided to follow along. Spyro was pursued by hostile forces, but eventually came into contact with a distraught Ignitus, who although pleased that Spyro is alive, feared that with the Dragon Temple under occupation by the Apes, led by a large black dragon named Cynder, their war was already lost. Spyro convinced Ignitus to lead him to the Temple, and was able to drive Cynder's forces out, after which Ignitus told Spyro more about their war against the Dark Armies, offered Spyro some training in the art of fire, and then sent Spyro off to rescue three other Dragon Guardians from Cynder's forces. First, he flew to Dante's Freezer to find Volteer, the Electric Guardian Dragon. There, he faced the Ice King, and saved Volteer.
When Spyro and Volteer returned to the Temple, Volteer trained Spyro the art of electricity and explained to Ignitus that he lost some of his electric powers inside a crystal Cynder stored. Ignitus expected that Cynder may be planning to do something with the Guardians' powers, but he doesn't know what for, so Ignitus sent Spyro to Tall Plains, home of the Attlawa tribe, to find Cyril, the Ice Guardian Dragon. When Spyro was near the shrine where Cyril was held, he and Sparx witness Cynder fly off without noticing them and they continue their way to the shrine. Once there, the God of the Shrine, the Stone Sentinel, awakens and engages Spyro in battle, which the purple dragon emerges victorious.
After Spyro and Cyril went back to the Temple, he taught Spyro the secrets of ice and discussed with the other Guardians more about Cynder's possible plans. Ignitus hypothesized that Cynder was trying to gain all the Guardians' elemental powers to open a portal that must never be opened. Spyro questioned Ignitus of what is he talking about, but Ignitus told him that doesn't concern him now, but sent Spyro to Munitions Forge, where Terrador, the Earth Guardian Dragon, was held. Atop of the volcano, of Boyzitbig, where Terrador was imprisoned, Spyro engages in battle with the Conductor and his locomotion, Steam. After the Conductor's defeat, the explosion of Steam releases Terrador from his prison.
When Spyro was ready to leave with Terrador, Cynder attacked and chased Spyro throughout Munitions Forge as the volcano erupts around them. When Cynder was about to catch Spyro, Ignitus intervened to fight Cynder, but was captured. Spyro tried to help Ignitus, but Terrador stopped him and told him that he is not ready to take on Cynder. Spyro felt guilty and ashamed that he let Ignitus down and was frightened to see Cynder. Terrador told him that there's no shame for all warriors to have fear, and trained Spyro how to master the element of earth and his own fear.
After Spyro's training, Terrador explained to Spyro, Volteer, and Cyril about Cynder's lair, possibly where she took Ignitus. Spyro flew to Cynder's lair and found Ignitus, confined and his powers were draining inside a crystal. Cynder stopped Spyro from destroying the crystal and escaped with it. Spyro noticed that there was something familiar with Cynder, and Ignitus told him the truth. Cynder was actually born from the same brood of eggs as Spyro, and she was taken by the Dark Master's forces and was corrupted by his poisonous powers, becoming his tool of destruction. The Dark Master was using Cynder to gain the Guardians' powers so she can unlock the portal, which serves as his prison, as only a dragon born on the Year of the Dragon can open it. As the vortex to the world of Convexity opened, Ignitus feared that they are too late, but Spyro refused to give up and followed Cynder through the portal.
When Spyro caught up with Cynder, she had already put the final crystal inside the portal, allowing an escape for the Dark Master, and was ready to face Spyro in a showdown. Eventually, Spyro used all of his power in a final attack and defeated Cynder, which freed her from the Dark Master's influence and returned her to her true form, a young dragon the same size and age as Spyro. As Convexity began to collapse in on itself and the portal started to suck the three inside; Sparx insisted on making a quick exit, but Spyro declared he will not leave Cynder behind with the Dark Master; though barely, Spyro was able to grab Cynder and escaped safely.
Though victorious, the battle cost Spyro much of his own strength and powers, and both Spyro and Cynder suspected that the Dark Master is still alive somewhere; the war was still not over.

The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night

When the game begins, it was mentioned that it was weeks since the events of A New Beginning. Spyro is dreaming of the final battle against Cynder in Convexity, until he was woken up by Sparx. When Sparx noted he can finally sleep due to Cynder leaving, Spyro follows after her. Spyro followed Cynder through the jungle surrounding the Dragon Temple and finally catching up to her, he asked her to stay, stating no one blames her for what happen. Cynder left saying she doesn't want to cause pain and suffering to anyone, especially Spyro. When Spyro was about to chase Cynder, he collapsed and found himself in a dream void. A mysterious voice emitted in his dream and helped Spyro regain his fire element and showed him a vision of a great tree.
After Spyro woke up, an Ape army attacked the Temple. Once Spyro repelled the attack, Ignitus tried to locate Cynder, but found a vision of Spyro by the base of a great tree. Spyro claimed that he kept seeing haunting visions of a mountain draped in shadow and darkness, beneath the two moons. Terrador realized that was the Mountain of Malefor. Spyro also claimed that a voice, called the Chronicler, came to his dream and showed him that tree. The Guardians were shocked and Ignitus told Spyro that the Chronicler is an ancient dragon of immeasurable wisdom and was often interwoven with tales of doom. The Guardians became increasingly worried about the Celestial Moons coming into an eclipse. Ignitus sent Volteer and Cyril to the mainlands to learn what news they can, and sent Terrador to the Shattered Vale to warn everyone living there about the darkness spreading in the mountain, while Ignitus stays behind to search for Cynder.
Spyro had been assigned to go to the Ancient Grove to seek out the tree that he saw in his dream. While searching, he was summoned into a dream by the Chronicler again to regain his ice abilities and showed Spyro a vision of a terrible king-like Ape, leading an huge army of Apes going to the Mountain of Malefor, shouting, "...The Well of Souls!", another name of the mountain. After Spyro woke up, he eventually found the great tree, but it later turned out to be a monster called Arborick and Spyro defeated it. Afterwards, a group of Pirates, led by a captain named Skabb, appeared and wanted Arborick for "entertainment" in a fighting arena, but that changed when the Pirates wanted Spyro to "cooperate", so they knocked him unconscious. Spyro later awoke, finding himself in a cell on the ship of Fellmuth Arena.
Battle after battle, Spyro had defeated many challenges that the Pirates threw at him. Shortly after defeating his first opponent, the Blundertails, Spyro was summoned yet again by the Chronicler to regain his Earth powers and told him more about the Well of Souls and the Night of Eternal Darkness, before telling Spyro to find him in the Celestial Caves of the White Isle. After that, Spyro received a message from another prisoner called Hunter of Avalar, saying that he had become Spyro's ally. Later on, Spyro was forced to fight Cynder in a final match, but she told him about her plan for escape, but it was cut short when an Ape army attacked and captured Cynder. With Pirates on their ships in chaos, Spyro managed to defeat Skabb, and escaped.
After he escaped from the Pirates, the Chronicler summoned Spyro in his dream again to regain the power of electricity and showed him a vision of Cynder in chains. When he arrived at the White Isle, Spyro overcame tough challenges of his elemental skills and he eventually found the Chronicler, who told him about Gaul, an Ape King who led the raid at the Temple at the night of Spyro's birth and stole Cynder's egg. Spyro insisted the Chronicler on what will happen to Cynder and learned more about her past and where was she taken. The Chronicler told Spyro about Malefor, the Dark Master. According to him, Malefor was the first purple dragon to exist; his raw power allowed him to master practically every elemental power. When his growth failed to stop, he was exiled by the Dragon Elders, but after that, he built an army of Apes and taught them how to use the gems; the dragon's lifeforce. Malefor's sheer wage of his malice split the earth and created the Well of Souls; where the Apes have established, in effort to revive Malefor at the Night of Eternal Darkness. The Chronicler wanted Spyro to hide from the Apes until a later time, but Spyro insisted on going to Cynder's aid.
When he got to the mountain and confronted Gaul, the Ape King zapped Spyro with his staff, rendering him weak and drained him of his elemental powers, He then ordered Cynder to attack the weakened Spyro. When she attacked Gaul instead, he knocked her out and challenged Spyro himself. During the fight, the lunar alignment came, and the evil energy it generated was channeled through Spyro, transforming him into Dark Spyro. Possessed by Malefor's influence, Spyro used his immense power to turn the Ape King into stone before ultimately killing Gaul, and then leaped back into the beam of evil energy. Cynder awoke and knocked Spyro out of the beam, freeing him from the beam's power and Malefor's influence. When the alignment passed, the mountain began crumbling around Spyro, Sparx and Cynder. Spyro then used his Time Fury power to encase them in a golden time-crystal to protect them...

The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon

Spyro as seen in Dawn of the Dragon
Spyro and Cynder were released from their three year-long sleep by a group of Grublins, and were chained together by a invisible string generated by two glowing snakes around their necks. In the Catacombs, they are attacked by a massive Golem and couldn't fight it while being tethered together until Hunter sends the monster off in a painful retreat after he shot it in the eye. They escape the Catacombs, ripping off the Golem's arm in the process. Hunters tells them that Malefor has returned and covered the land in shadow, having reclaimed the Dragon Temple and had been at war with the Realms ever since. After hearing this, Spyro began to blame himself for failing to come back to the others sooner and letting the inhabitants down when Malefor returned, but is reassured by Cynder that some things are beyond his control. Suddenly, they are taken captive by Hunter's tribe, with Chief Prowlus, the leader of the cheetahs, who doesn't trust dragons. After saving the village, Spyro and Cynder convince Prowlus that they aren't evil by saving a villager named Meadow. Hunter leads them through the Forbidden Passage to the Dragon City of Warfang. The city is under attack by the Golem and an army of Grublins. They successfully repelled the attack, killing the Golem in the process. Afterwards, Spyro and Cynder reunite with the Guardians after three long years. Malefor gives the citizens of Warfang a message that night that says that he has awakened the Destroyer, a beast that renews the world by bringing about its destruction. Before this can happen, it has to complete a circle around the world called The Ring of Annihilation which will make the Belt of Fire spread out over the world and burning everything that it crosses over. Ignitus hatches a plan to stop it from underground. Once they reach the location where Destroyer will end its journey, Cynder thinks of a plan to destroy the Dam, flooding the valley and halting the Destroyer's progress. They manage to do so and enter the Destroyer's heart, destroying the dark crystal controlling it. Even though they did destroy the dark gem that is the Destroyer's heart, Malefor uses his dark magic to control the beast and it still manages to complete its Circle.
The rest of the inhabitants head for underground, while Ignitus escorts Cynder and Spyro through the Belt of Fire, but the Fire Guardian sacrifices himself to allow the two dragons to get pass. Spyro almost loses himself to the darkness he fell into three years ago and turns himself into Dark Spyro, but Cynder's words pull him out, and she expresses her condolence by telling him he is not alone and nuzzles him lovingly.
After a few final fights, they confront Malefor who tells Spyro that the destiny of the Purple Dragon is to destroy the world. He tells Cynder that she tricked Spyro and lured him to the Well of Souls to free Malefor. She denies this at first, but gradually becomes more unsure. Malefor taps into the darkness inside Cynder, turning her against Spyro. She tries to kill him but Spyro doesn't strike her back. When Cynder furiously demanded to Spyro why he won't fight back, he reveals that she has left him nothing to fight for. Hearing this, Cynder breaks free from Malefor's control, and tells him that there is always something. Enraged, Malefor attacks the two young dragons, but he is defeated and dragged away by five Dragon Spirits at the core of the world. As the world is being destroyed, Spyro then says to Cynder that she should leave him after Ignitus's spirit gives him hope, telling Cynder to flee while he stops the destruction. But Cynder, who doesn't want to leave Spyro, decides to stay with him. As Spyro unleashes a powerful fury wave, Cynder is heard whispering to him, "I love you" before Spyro's desperate endeavor reconstructs the world. As the survivors resurface, they gaze at the stars as they form a shape of a dragon.
The Chronicler, before giving Ignitus his job, searched through the book that records of the death of each dragon, and Spyro was not among them, as each time a dragon dies, a new page is written in the book. The last time you see of Spyro and Cynder, they were wheeling through the sky, alive with no chain, and finally living happily ever after.

In the Legend of Spyro series, when Spyro channels his anger, hatred, or sorrow, he transforms into Dark Spyro, a darker, faster, stronger, and deadlier version of himself. When Spyro jumps into the Dark Lunar Beam, the evil in the beam turns him into Dark Spyro for the first time, and when Ignitus dies in the Belt of Fire, he turns into Dark Spyro, refusing to believe that his mentor has died.

Here's a video that shows how powerful Dark Spyro is.

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