Hi! My name is PsiSeveredHead, and I’m the Fandom Wiki Manager for the Spyro Wiki. I am here to help the community and be a liaison to full-time Fandom staff. If you ever have a question or issue relating to the wiki, editing, etc., please contact me on my message wall or talk page. PSH aka Kimera 757 (talk) contribs 19:53, May 20, 2019 (UTC)
You may not know, but the official Gaming Footers were recently retired by Fandom staff. As such, the current footers are outdated and not going to be updated by Staff anymore. Me and a few other users are looking for alternatives to replace them, and I'm currently tending to the Platformer Games Footer. Would it be possible for you to replace the current footer on the main page with this one?
On the Tomas (Sypro the Dragon) Page: "Counter-productive edit warring ([edit=sysop] (expires 23:25, April 7, 2019 (UTC)) [move=sysop] (expires 23:25, April 7, 2019 (UTC))))" what does that message mean?
I did look up the rules, but I didn't find anything about talk pages, I figured, but wasn't sure. Anyway, I think it might be easier to add links to the rules in the top navigation, you don't have too, it's just a suggestion.
Hi, Aura24. This is JustMeJordanW. I would just to like to know some details behind Ripto's Rage. While the game has been a success in its intital release, there have been some complaints about it not having enough levels. It had 3 Homeworlds which were named after 3 of the 4 seasons in the year. The 1st Homeworld was Summer Forest, The 2nd Homeworld was Autumn Plains, and the 3rd and last Homeworld was Winter Tundra. Rumors speculated there was to have been a 4th Homeworld called Spring Savanna but was cut due to time constraints. It was also stated that the game was to have been released in January 2000 instead of Fall 1999 and that Dragon Shores was to been more than just a bonus level. Do you think that Insomniac should have waited a whole year to release the game so that they would have more time to work it and make it one of the most successful games of the series?
You never heard of fan games? They exist. Any fan can create a fangame that will look similar to the original game in terms of gameplay and graphcis. Spring Savanna is an example of a clssic Spyro fan game, or was. It’s now on indefinite hiatus because the creators don't want to face possible copyright infringement because of their use of the Spyro characters.
Yes, I've heard of them. It's just that there has been criticism about this one having only 3 Homeworlds named after the seasons of the year as well as Winter Tundra being the only one NOT containing talismans. It was also stated that it was planned to have been released in January 2000 under Spyro the Dragon 2 with different graphic designs.
No, I mean like a long-running franchise. Mickey Mouse, Scooby Doo, Rugrats, Pepper Ann, Looney Tunes, Recess, The Flintstones, The Jetsons, Archie Comics, Toy Story, Pokemon, Crash Bandicoot, Donkey Kong, The Wild Thornberrys, The Proud Family, Kim Possible?
All I'm saying is that it's ok if they're copied, but it doesn't hurt to have a few sentence differences between wikipedias. You can do what you want, I accept that, just something to consider for future episodes (if there will be a season 4 that is).