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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*All of the cheetahs in ''[[The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon]]'' have very similar appearances. Though they may be different colors and holding different weapons, in artwork they all have the same stance and the same eyes.
 
*All of the cheetahs in ''[[The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon]]'' have very similar appearances. Though they may be different colors and holding different weapons, in artwork they all have the same stance and the same eyes.
*One particular plotline in both ''[[Spyro: Shadow Legacy]]'' and ''Dawn of the Dragon'' is similar to the other games. In ''Shadow Legacy'', [[Spyro the Dragon (character)|Spyro]] is thrown in jail after being accused by [[Kasi]] of being the cause of the [[Calamity]] that brought the [[Shadow Realm]] to the [[Savannah]] all because he was a [[Purple Dragons|purple dragon]]. Hunter was imprisoned as well for siding with Spyro. Within the reboot of ''Dawn of the Dragon'', Spyro and Cynder were chained by Prowlus for being a purple dragon and the former servant of Malefor respectively. Hunter was chained for bringing the two dragons, who are part of the race who caused misfortunes to the Cheetah Village.
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*One particular plotline in ''[[Spyro: Shadow Legacy]]'' is similar to ''Dawn of the Dragon''<nowiki/>'s. In ''Shadow Legacy'', [[Spyro the Dragon (character)|Spyro]] is thrown in jail after being accused by [[Kasi]] of being the cause of the [[Calamity]] that brought the [[Shadow Realm]] to the [[Savannah]] all because he was a [[Purple Dragons|purple dragon]]. Hunter was imprisoned as well for siding with Spyro. Within the reboot of ''Dawn of the Dragon'', Spyro and Cynder were chained by Prowlus for being a purple dragon and the former servant of Malefor respectively. Hunter was chained for bringing the two dragons, who are part of the race who caused misfortunes to the Cheetah Village.
 
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Revision as of 00:52, October 14, 2019

This article is about the species in The Legend of Spyro series. You may be looking for the species from the original Spyro series.

Cheetahs are a race of felines who reside in a village within the Valley of Avalar. They made their debut in The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon.

Story

The Cheetahs are a peaceful people that live a quiet life in the wilds of the Realms. They show little interest in the affairs of the larger world and have a fearful distrust of Dragonkind due to the misfortunes caused by Malefor and the corrupted Cynder. Not all cheetahs share the mindset as their village leader, Prowlus, who has a deep distrust towards dragons. They were soon forced into action when Malefor's army threatened their way of life.[1] One cheetah named Hunter attempted to help in the war against Malefor before his village got involved. After their encounter with Spyro and Cynder, the cheetahs joined the Dragon race in their fight against Malefor's forces.

List of cheetahs

Gallery

Trivia

  • All of the cheetahs in The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon have very similar appearances. Though they may be different colors and holding different weapons, in artwork they all have the same stance and the same eyes.
  • One particular plotline in Spyro: Shadow Legacy is similar to Dawn of the Dragon's. In Shadow Legacy, Spyro is thrown in jail after being accused by Kasi of being the cause of the Calamity that brought the Shadow Realm to the Savannah all because he was a purple dragon. Hunter was imprisoned as well for siding with Spyro. Within the reboot of Dawn of the Dragon, Spyro and Cynder were chained by Prowlus for being a purple dragon and the former servant of Malefor respectively. Hunter was chained for bringing the two dragons, who are part of the race who caused misfortunes to the Cheetah Village.

References

  1. The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon Prima Strategy Guide, page 27
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