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“I'm a faun, you dork!”
    —Elora


Elora (エローラ Erōra in Japanese) is a Faun from Avalar. Her debut was in the second game of the original series, in which she helps Spyro by giving him the Guidebook, and giving him helpful hints now and then. She also made a cameo in Spyro: Year of the Dragon.

Appearance

In her first two appearances, Elora has blue eyes and purple eyeshadow, her top torso has skin with a small green outfit piece; and she has a fox-like tail.

In the Reignited Trilogy, she is now covered all over with fur and has green eyes, her tail is now shortened to look like a deer's. Her human-like face has changed to looking like a deer. Her hooves become cloven as well. Her corset is now expanded into a dress and is made of leaves. She also wears leaf bracelets on her wrists.

Personality

Elora is an expert on the people of Avalar, becoming the natural choice when it came to helping Spyro defeat the evil Ripto. She is a strong leader in times of crisis, being an essential force in keeping the peace between the worlds during Ripto's invasion. She also shows strong capabilities, providing informative advice whenever asked. In the Spyro Reignited Trilogy, Elora is less of an expert, more of a tour guide of the people of Avalar, less leader-like, yet more flirtatious and ego lucky, while still being keen and determined enough to want to help Spyro put an end to Ripto's reign of tyranny. She has a more playful side, not feeling offended by Spyro's question if she was a goat and instead responds to him kindly and playfully. She too, shows informative capabilities by providing advice whenever asked and provides a more personal emotional support. She also appears more romantically interested in Spyro than her predecessor self.

Story

Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage!

A week prior, Elora was in Winter Tundra with the Professor and Hunter working on the Super Portal. After Hunter typed in the coordinates of his birthday (22475) on the Portal to test it out, Ripto flew out of the portal, along with Crush and Gulp. The tyrant then claimed to be the new king of Avalar, and Elora quickly commanded Zoe and her fairy friends to take the orbs and scatter them around Avalar.

Hearing that Ripto disliked dragons, Elora went with both the Professor and Hunter to Glimmer to try to find a dragon who can defeat Ripto, and when Spyro appeared, she volunteered to help him. Elora helped Spyro by giving him advice on Talismans and Orbs, and also giving him the Guidebook to store his Talismans in. She was the one who opened the castle in the Winter Tundra to beat Ripto after Spyro collected the 40 orbs.

After Spyro defeated Ripto, Elora kissed Spyro as thanks for saving Avalar and soon declined his offer of going to Dragon Shore with him in order to clean up the mess Ripto left behind. In the epilogue, Elora and Spyro were in Dragon Shores, riding on the Love Boat Ride together, but the young dragon missed his chance with Elora.

Spyro: Year of the Dragon

Elora made a brief appearance at Agent 9's lab after the Sorceress's first defeat, where she and the Professor talked to Spyro, and also helped Hunter in not telling Spyro where he went. Afterwards, she went to watch the fireworks show, trying to cheer up Spyro when the purple dragon finds out that Hunter had fallen in love with Bianca.

Gallery

Elora/Gallery

Trivia

  • Elora was originally going to be playable in Spyro: Attack of the Rhynocs, but was scrapped in the final version.[2]
  • Her original English voice actress, Melissa Disney, would later voice another character in an Insomiac game, voicing Courtney Gears in Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal. However, Gears is an antagonist, unlike Elora, who is a protagonist.
  • Elora makes a brief cameo in Spyro Orange: The Cortex Conspiracy as a trading card. There were plans to include her in some way in Spyro: Season of Ice and as a playable character in Spyro: Attack of the Rhynocs, but time constraints forced her out of both projects.
  • She was originally going to be a centaur but it was determined that she was cuter with two legs instead of four.[3]
  • Elora's name was inspired by Caroline Trujillo, when Oliver Wade simply rearranged the letters in her first name.[3]
    • Elora's face was based on that of Caroline Trujillo.[3]
  • While her eyes are blue in game, her eyes are green in the CGI model.

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