History Franchise / SpyroTheDragon

14th Mar '17 6:44:43 AM morenohijazo
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* CowardlyMooks: The [[TheGoomba very first enemies]] in every entry were always this, being unable to even fight back.

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The [[TheGoomba very first enemies]] in every entry were always this, being unable to even fight back.back.
** In ''VideoGame/SpyroTheDragon'', the green mages of the third world will panic whenever Spyro manages to get through their traps. The fifth world also has cowardly, harmless fools that you have to hit in order to activate certain platforms.
** The first game and ''VideoGame/SpyroYearOfTheDragon'' had egg thieves that you had to chase down in order to retrieve dragon eggs.
2nd Feb '17 7:16:40 PM themisterfree
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The series was a hit, but Insomniac left after the third game, partly because they felt that it was difficult to create varied gameplay when the main playable character is a quadruped (Their next series, Franchise/RatchetAndClank, made heavy use of gadgets and weapons). The following Spyro games tried to rectify this issue by adding in various gimmicks, such as multiple elemental breaths, combat, and eventually even unlimited free flight.

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The series was a hit, but Insomniac left after the third game, partly because they felt that it was difficult to create varied gameplay when the main playable character is a quadruped (Their (their next series, Franchise/RatchetAndClank, ''Franchise/RatchetAndClank'', made heavy use of gadgets and weapons). The following Spyro games tried to rectify this issue by adding in various gimmicks, such as multiple elemental breaths, combat, and eventually even unlimited free flight.
24th Dec '16 3:46:09 PM Drope
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* CowardlyMooks: The [[TheGoomba very first enemies]] in every entry were always this, being unable to even fight back.
23rd Dec '16 8:17:08 PM Getta
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* PlatformingPocketPal: Sparx functions as this for Spyro, and in the third game, also for the other playable characters.



* PowerUpMagnet: Sparks the dragonfly, mainly by grabbing gems.

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* PowerUpMagnet: Sparks Sparx the dragonfly, mainly by grabbing gems.
15th Dec '16 10:12:13 PM TargetmasterJoe
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The Spyro franchise has a long history of crossing over with the ''Frachise/CrashBandicoot'' games. Their initial developers, Insomniac and Creator/NaughtyDog have been close allies for years. They worked on Spyro and Crash literally right next to each other, in the same room. ''Franchise/JakAndDaxter'' and ''Franchise/RatchetAndClank'' have a similar relationship for the same reason.

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The Spyro franchise has a long history of crossing over with the ''Frachise/CrashBandicoot'' ''Franchise/CrashBandicoot'' games. Their initial developers, Insomniac and Creator/NaughtyDog have been close allies for years. They worked on Spyro and Crash literally right next to each other, in the same room. ''Franchise/JakAndDaxter'' and ''Franchise/RatchetAndClank'' have a similar relationship for the same reason.
5th Dec '16 9:42:06 AM ErebusElysium
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* Fighter, Mage, Thief: It's subtle but Gnasty Gnoc fits the Warrior archetype with his mace, armor and overall warrior appearance; Ripto fits the thief archetype by being the craftiest and preferring to rely on surprise attacks and bombs over brute force or skill in magic; and the Sorceress fits the mage archetype by having the greatest skill and range of magic

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* Fighter, Mage, Thief: FighterMageThief: It's subtle but Gnasty Gnoc fits the Warrior archetype with his mace, armor and overall warrior appearance; Ripto fits the thief archetype by being the craftiest and preferring to rely on surprise attacks and bombs over brute force or skill in magic; and the Sorceress fits the mage archetype by having the greatest skill and range of magic
5th Dec '16 8:46:53 AM Scabbard
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* Fighter, Mage, Thief : It's subtle but Gnasty Gnoc fits the Warrior archetype with his armour, mace and overall warrior appearance, Ripto fits the thief archetype by being the craftiest and prefering to rely on Surprise attack and bombs over brute force or skill in magic. The Sorceress fits the mage archetype by having the greatest skill and range of magic

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* Fighter, Mage, Thief : Thief: It's subtle but Gnasty Gnoc fits the Warrior archetype with his armour, mace mace, armor and overall warrior appearance, appearance; Ripto fits the thief archetype by being the craftiest and prefering preferring to rely on Surprise attack surprise attacks and bombs over brute force or skill in magic. The magic; and the Sorceress fits the mage archetype by having the greatest skill and range of magic
5th Dec '16 8:45:11 AM Scabbard
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* FamilyUnfriendlyViolence: You're killing things all the time, even children (think of the Breeze Builder Chicks) and random animals to get butterflies from. At times it seems like cartoon violence, but you're obviously roasting and breaking beings. Their ''spirits'' appear at times. Death is also a common joke in cutscenes.

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* FamilyUnfriendlyViolence: You're killing things all the time, even children (think of the Breeze Builder Breezebuilder Chicks) and random animals to get butterflies from. At times it seems like cartoon violence, but you're obviously roasting and breaking beings. Their ''spirits'' appear at times. Death is also a common joke in cutscenes.
3rd Dec '16 2:30:49 PM jormis29
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** ''The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning'' (2006, UsefulNotes/PlayStation2[=/=]UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube[=/=]UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance, Krome Studios)

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** ''The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning'' Beginning''[[/index]] (2006, UsefulNotes/PlayStation2[=/=]UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube[=/=]UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance, Krome Studios)



** ''The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon'' (2008, UsefulNotes/PlayStation2[=/=]UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/XBox360[=/=]UsefulNotes/PlayStation3, Etranges Libellules[[note]]"Strange Dragonflies" in French.[[/note]])

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** ''The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon'' (2008, UsefulNotes/PlayStation2[=/=]UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/XBox360[=/=]UsefulNotes/PlayStation3, Etranges Libellules[[note]]"Strange Dragonflies" in French.[[/note]])[[/note]])[[index]]
7th Nov '16 11:03:53 AM TheRoguePenguin
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