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Gnasty's Loot (トレジャー ルーム 6-4 Treasure Room 6-4 in Japanese) is the last bonus level in Spyro the Dragon, where Gnasty Gnorc kept his stash of Gems. This level can be found in Gnasty's World and it can only be accessed when 100% progress has been reached (all Gems collected, all Dragons freed and all Dragon Eggs collected in whole game). This is the only level that allows you to fly freely throughout the level.

The centerpiece of this final level Gnasty's Loot, is a huge mountainside with factories and castle-like buildings built within. Inside the mountain is a tunnel with a river lava inside. Among them is one small castle on the cliff in this area where Gnasty Gnorc hid his vast treasure of Gems.

When you begin the level, there will be a limit to how far up Spyro can fly. To get to higher grounds, unlock the doors by catching the Thieves. This level has the largest amount of Gems in the game, but no Dragons or Dragon Eggs to rescue. It is considered the Bonus Level of Spyro the Dragon. This level is one of the native habitats of Thieves. When the level is nearly completed, there is a room that has a portrait of Gnasty Gnorc that's filled entirely with purple gems inside fireworks crates. Congratulations, you completed the game!

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Spyro the Dragon 120% Walkthrough - 35 - Gnastys Loot

Spyro the Dragon 120% Walkthrough - 35 - Gnastys Loot

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Trivia

  • This is the only level to contain more than 500 gems in Spyro the Dragon (a total of 2000 gems), thus making this the level containing the most gems.
  • In the June 1998 prototype, this level defaults to using the name "BOSS" (despite not containing a boss), it uses Dark Hollow's music, is textured differently, features no keyholes on the locked doors, there's no picture of Gnasty Gnorc, and Spyro can only fly as high as the last platform he had landed on (even after reaching higher platforms).
  • In the Spyro Reignited Trilogy, Gnasty’s Loot seems to have more of a significance to Gnasty and may actually be where he resides. His room features a couch, and in the opening cutscene this room can be seen to be where he is when he casts his spell that freezes the dragons.