In true nineties’ fashion, Spyro the Dragon proves to have most of the Mascot with Attitude traits; among them, there’s the obligatory amount of spooky stuff thrown in for good measure. Games with their own pages:
Other instances outside the first trilogy itself
- The full-bodied sheep muppet with burns all over his body as well as a sinister looking scowl can give people, especially little children, nightmares, even though he was intended to be funny. The three commercials he appeared in: the first, the second and the third, all of which described in this documentary.
- Spyro: Enter The Dragonfly has a rather spooky glitch in which everyone goes all slow motion-like.
- The Tower of Terror in Spyro: Enter The Dragonfly is pretty scary not just because of its faces that spit rocks and darts but also because of the large orange realistic looking spiders crawling on it.
- Ripto's One-Winged Angel form from that game's boss fight also looks pretty damn freaky.
- One of the caves in Spyro: A Hero's Tail's Crocovile Swamp has a spider who can jump out of seemingly solid walls.