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Lost Fleet is a realm in Spyro: Year of the Dragon, Spyro: Shadow Legacy, and in the Reignited Trilogy remaster of Year of the Dragon.

Spyro: Year of the Dragon

This realm can be accessed in the Evening Lake homeworld via swimming. As the name suggests, it contains several sunk pirate ships, various ponds of acid, and Ghosts (although they are, in fact, just Rhynocs with costumes on). There are also several over-sized crabs which try to snip you if they see you.

Guide

Eggs

  • Find Crazy Ed's Treasure (Craig): In a chest after helping Crazy Ed.
  • Swim Through Acid (Chad): In a cave; use the invincibility power-up to swim there.
  • Sink the Subs I (Ethel): In this sub-level, destroy six enemy subs for Crazy Ed. Follow a sub to lock on, and then fire a missile.
  • Sink the Subs II (Dolores): In the same sub-level, destroy another seven subs for Crazy Ed. Same process as before, except that the enemy subs can now drop mines, making it more difficult to get a lock on.
  • Skate Race the Rhynocs (Oliver): In this other sub-level, win first place against some Rhynocs.
  • Skate Race Hunter (Aiden): After completing the previous skate race, win first place against Hunter, and kill all ten crabs at the same time.

Note: The "skate race" eggs cannot be obtained if Hunter is in Bianca's trap. If this occurs, you'll have to wait until after defeating Scorch in order to obtain these eggs.

Achievements & Trophies (Reignited Trilogy)

  • Man the Cannons, Man: Use cannons to shoot down all vultures.[1]
    • PS4: Bronze Trophy
    • XBOX One: 20G

Spyro: Shadow Legacy

Lost Fleet is a water docking area, with houses made of wood, and a grassy hill with a cornrow on top. A few sunken ships can be seen. A water pump has been built next to it leading into another area with nothing but a few trees, Merton Moneybags's Miniporium, and the entrance to Moleville. A family of hillbilly bunnies, cousins of Bianca, live here.

Characters

Spyro: Year of the Dragon

Allies

Enemies

Spyro: Shadow Legacy

Allies

Enemies

Videos

Lost Fleet (Part 1) - Spyro: Year of the Dragon

Lost Fleet (Part 2) - Spyro: Year of the Dragon

Spyro Year of the Dragon - 100% - Lost Fleet - Part 1

Spyro Year of the Dragon - 100% - Lost Fleet - Part 1

Spyro Year of the Dragon - 100% - Lost Fleet - Part 2

Spyro Year of the Dragon - 100% - Lost Fleet - Part 2

Gallery

Trivia

General

Spyro: Year of the Dragon

General

  • Even after he is seen leaving for Evening Lake, Crazy Ed can still be found in the submarine area.
  • This realm is one of three in the game that doesn't have a Sheila, Sgt. Byrd, Bentley, nor Agent 9 portal, the other two being Icy Peak and Cloud Spires.
  • This realm's music theme in the Greatest Hits and Reignited Trilogy versions is a remix of the one in Sheila's Alp and sub-levels, which has high pitched croaking sounds from the "down under" sound fonts and new bagpipe drones added.
    • In the Reignited Trilogy, the drum roll at the beginning is absent in order to make the song loop better.
  • This realm may be the hazard version of Super Bonus Round.
    • Both realms have a skate course challenge and a submarine challenge.
    • In all versions of the game except the Greatest Hits, this realm's theme is also shared with Super Bonus Round.
  • As with other challenges before defeating Scorch, if the skate course is entered while Hunter is in Bianca's trap, a sign with Hunter's face will appear where he would normally stand, with a message stating his capture. The two eggs in this area will also be unobtainable until he is released.

Original Game

  • The player can skate up most of the walls in the skateboarding area without wiping out.
  • This realm has the same skybox as Winter Tundra and Ripto's Arena.
  • Lost Fleet was included in the second of the game's six demos, along with Icy Peak and Agent 9's Lab. Although the player is placed in the submarine area, the rest of the level can be accessed with hacking, though the rest of the level is unstable as the player wasn't supposed to access it. The demo features a number of differences from the final version but most notably most of the dragons in this level have different names:
    • Craig was called Willis
    • Ethel was called Carly
    • Dolores was called Brenda
    • Chad was called Trevor
    • Oliver was called Ichabod

Spyro: Shadow Legacy

  • If Spyro arrives in Lost Fleet by The Professor's airship, and then immediately leaves by teleporting away without activating the teleport pad, he can never return there again, as the Professor doesn't return to Skelos Badlands again.

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