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Skyland's leader who was defeated by Kaos prior to the start of the game. He nevertheless remains as a Spirit Advisor of the Skylands.


Eon's assistant. With Eon indisposed, he's the one who researches the Core of Light, how to fix it, and where to find the parts.

  • Ascended Extra: Has a much more major role in SuperChargers and will give the player bonus missions to do (and which he will reward them for completing) after his story importance finally diminishes.
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  • Demoted to Extra: Appears in the introductory scene of Giants to give the Skylanders their mission, but doesn't come along on the adventure. Similarly, he only appears in the opening cinematics of Swap Force and Trap Team to spout a bit of exposition, then vanish.
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: Odd when compared to the other NPCs, such as Flynn, Cali and some Mabu villagers.
  • Nerd Glasses


The greatest pilot in all of Skylands, or so he claims. He uses these skills to assist the Skylanders, though he spends more time bragging about himself and hitting on Cali.

Flynn: ...your hair smells like strawberries.
  • Casanova Wannabe: He tries to hit on Cali. A lot.
  • Catchphrase: "...Boom!"
  • Chick Magnet: Not so much in the games, but in the tie-in comics, it's shown that both Cali and Tessa have feelings for Flynn (not that they'd admit it).
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  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: For all his bragging and problems, Flynn actually could be one of the best pilots in all of Skylands, leaping into danger head-on with the Skylanders on many occasions(Provided he's in a gunboat of some kind). He helps you navigate a small fighter through a really tight tunnel system in Giants and pilots a gunboat to help you take out Anti-aircraft weaponry several times in Trap Team.
  • Straight Man and Wise Guy: Depends on who he's around. He's the wise guy to Cali, and the Straight Man to Tessa.
  • Glad I Thought of It: It was Cali's idea that Flynn needs a propeller for his air balloon.
  • Hypocritical Humor: His opinion of credits:
I don't know, the whole thing seems kind of egotistical, to me. I mean, you don't see me walking around bragging about all the great things I've done.


A self-proclaimed tough girl. After being rescued by the Skylanders early in Spyro's Adventure, she takes on the role of their personal trainer, overseeing the Heroic Challenges.

Cali: Eye Scream, you scream, we all scream...! Sorry, couldn't resist there.
  • Deadpan Snarker: To Flynn's ego; she rolls eyes and Face Palms a lot any time Flynn is speaking.
  • Demoted to Extra: Just like Hugo was in Giants, in Swap Force, Cali only appears once in an early cinematic.
    • She returns in Trap Team
  • Distressed Damsel: In Spyro's Adventure, she gets captured by Kaos's army of Drow. In Swap Force (3DS version), Count Moneybone captures Cali and makes her his evil Undead minion. And in Trap Team, the Golden Queen turns Cali into a gold statue. And at the start of SuperChargers, she, along with Flynn, Hugo, and Master Eon, are captured by Kaos.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: She has no love of spiders, going by her comments when a Heroic Challenge involves them.


The fairy from whom you buy new abilities for your characters.


A bear who does business with the Skylanders. After making only a brief appearance in Spyro's Adventure, he tags along on the adventure in Giants in order to sell the Skylanders his wares.


An energetic and highly skilled resident of Woodburrow in the Cloudbreak Isles who assists the Skylanders in their efforts to safeguard the four elementals.


Whiskers is Tessa's large bird companion and best friend. He serves as Tessa's main choice of transportation.


  • Catchphrase: "Boomsticks!"
  • Cool Old Guy: Despite missing an eye and a leg, Buzz still insists on directing operations against Kaos from the frontline.
  • The Mentor: In SuperChargers, he will train the Skylanders associated with the game. It's not a bad idea to undergo the training, as he will give stat boosts for the Skylander and his/her associated vehicle for each completed task.



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