Hey sorry about not naming my files was my first time uploading anything to a wiki page so again sorry I will try to name them this time again sorry I just wanted to share the new designs to these awesome dragons
Look at the Bubba rescue scene, then take a look at him sleeping in the 3rd game opening scene. Then take a look at him in the final scene. Same colour in all appearances. Green tint.
Then there's the dilemma. The dragon jumping down the rabbit hole has that same colour.
But the next scene that shows Lindar pulling the dragon out, shows the dragon to be blue. The same colour of the dragon Gavin.
Hey, Aura. I understand you might not have the best impression of me over the whole voice actor issue. And I want to apologise for that. That said, I can see you're immensely passionate about this series and its community, and so am I. But I have a proposition here: I think we should make the wiki a bit more...laid back. And what I mean by that is allowing for softer article tone. I'm not saying we should make things less informative, I just think that the wiki is a bit...cold and sterile in places. Like, for example, I just did the overhaul on Spyro's page, and checked it earlier, relieved to find it wasn't reverted. However, the cute little off-hand mention of fans calling Spyro "thicc" was removed and it felt...kind of unnecessary?
I just think that it's more welcoming. Yeah, it wasn't anything informative, but a fan reading that for the first time could have a chuckle. I made an article about Carlos Alazraqui one time that was full of casual aura, and was no less informative because of it and it got removed.
I'm just saying that I don't like seeing this franchise treated like a business by one of its more passionate fans.
I'm sorry for any hostility you may feel from this statement, and I'm sorry about the needless fight over the voice actors.
Hi there! I'm writing the IGN Guide for the PSone Spyro games and making them ready for Reignited later in the year. I was wondering if the names for the Spyro 2 and 3 enemies are accurate to the Prima Strategy Guides? I see that the Spyro 1 enemy names are sourced from that guide, but I wanted to make sure before I used the 2 and 3 enemy names. Thanks!
I haven’t gotten around to adding the rest of the Spyro 3 enemy names from the prima guide. Though most of the names are pretty consistent, since there are similar enemies in the game. I’ll try to do that later on ASAP. But the Spyro 2 guide doesn’t have any official enemy names listed so we made up names for them for the Wikia.
Wow, really?? That's super weird that 2 doesn't have enemy names in the Prima guide! Maybe I could ask one of the Insomniacs on Discord about it. It would be greatly appreciated if you could get the Spyro 3 enemy names here. I've just started the Spyro 2 guide, so it should be two or three weeks until I get to Year of the Dragon and need those names.
And here's the thing from the Spyro 3, Prima stated:
"Prima Publishing has made every effort to determine the information contained in this book is accurate. However, the publisher makes no warranty, either expressed or implied as to the accuracty, effectiveness, or completeness of the material in this book; nor does the publisher assume liability for damages; either incidental or consequential, that may result from using information in this book."
So the names may not be accurate, only based on the enemy appearances.
Fair enough! I think they're "as good as official" though considering those names (or incredibly similar ones) are used in Reignited's leaked Trophy list. For example, the Trophy for High Caves asks you to kill all five "Metalback Spiders", exactly the same names used on this site that sources from the Spyro 1 strategy guide.
If any names are different I'll defer to the Trophy list, but any others I'll confidently use from the strategy guides.
I just ordered a Prima guide for Spyro 2, it'll arrive next Thursday. Hopefully it'll give us some Spyro 2 enemy names!
...interesting. Rhynoc Cowards kinda implies that it's all the various enemies in the levels, or at least the ones that run away when you get near them. I'll use the Prima guide names for all the ones not named by the Trophies, then.
+1 to whoever named Metapede as that's a Ratchet & Clank reference, right there.
Heya! The Spyro 2 guide just came in and, sure enough, the names are all generic and made-up, even for enemies with names stated in the game, like Earthshapers from Fracture Hills and the Lava Lizards from Skelos Badlands. I was able to get in contact with an Insomniac today and he said he'll check, but we're both doubtful it'll turn up anything helpful. Once I'm done with the enemy-filled levels in Spyro 2 I'll come back with a list of enemies with stated names or other descriptors (for example, the enemies in Glimmer are referred to as lizards, not dinosaurs).
Heya! I've just finished my Spyro 2 guide on IGN, but what I did do was make a running list of all the enemy names that I came across while playing the game, and where those names came from! Hopefully they'll be of use to the wikia.
Lizards (generic word used by NPCs)
Gear Grinders (NPC)
Water Workers (NPC)
Metal Sharks (Moneybags)
Called Robosharks in the Reignited Achievements
Bonebuilders (Epilogue name for the natives)
Catbats (Skill Point)
Lava Lizards (NPC)
Ice Builders (Epilogue name for the natives)
Ice Wizards (NPC)
Dracklets (NPC, Trophy)
Land Blubbers (given name for Zephyr natives)
Spiked Mines (NPC)
Breezebuilders (given name for Breeze Harbor natives)
TNT Thrower (Trophy)
Bombo the Flagkeeper (named in-game and by a Trophy)
Earthshaper (NPCs, Trophy)
Earthshaper (NPCs, this is for the enemies in the first area)
Hang Glider (Trophy, for the Paragliding cavemen of the Snowmobile set)
Monkey (Trophy, although they're closer to lemurs)