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|species = Thieves
 
|species = Thieves
 
|homeworld = [[Thieves Den]]
 
|homeworld = [[Thieves Den]]
|appearances = [[Spyro the Dragon (video game)|Spyro the Dragon]]<br />[[Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage!]]<br />[[Spyro: Year of the Dragon]]<br />[[Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly]]<br />[[Spyro: A Hero's Tail]]
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|appearances = [[Spyro the Dragon (video game)|Spyro the Dragon]] <br /> [[Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage!]] <br /> [[Spyro: Year of the Dragon]] <br /> [[Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly]] <br /> [[Spyro: Season of Ice]] <br /> [[Spyro: Season of Flame]] <br /> [[Spyro: A Hero's Tail]]
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|attack = Steals important items
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|role = Enemy <br /> Ally}}
 
 
'''Thieves''' are enemies in the [[Spyro the Dragon (series)|Spyro the Dragon series]]. They first appeared in ''[[Spyro the Dragon (video game)|Spyro the Dragon]]'', where they stole the [[Dragon Eggs]] that [[Spyro the Dragon (character)|Spyro]] needed to get back, but since then they have appeared in almost every Spyro game in the original series. They enjoy taunting Spyro, saying "nah nah nahnah nah!".
 
'''Thieves''' are enemies in the [[Spyro the Dragon (series)|Spyro the Dragon series]]. They first appeared in ''[[Spyro the Dragon (video game)|Spyro the Dragon]]'', where they stole the [[Dragon Eggs]] that [[Spyro the Dragon (character)|Spyro]] needed to get back, but since then they have appeared in almost every Spyro game in the original series. They enjoy taunting Spyro, saying "nah nah nahnah nah!".
   
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==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
===''[[Spyro the Dragon (video game)|Spyro the Dragon]]''===
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===[[Spyro the Dragon (video game)|Spyro the Dragon]]===
 
The blue thieves possess all the remaining [[Dragon Eggs ]](Dragonfly Eggs in Japan) and appear in various realms in the [[Artisans]], [[Peace Keepers]], and [[Magic Crafters]] worlds. They have 12 eggs in total, five of which are needed to progress to the [[Beast Makers]] world. Red and green thieves appear in the [[Tree Tops]], and they are considerably harder to catch than the blue ones. Each has a purple gem. Two green thieves also appear in [[Gnasty Gnorc]]'s boss fight and have keys that must be obtained to progress to fight Gnasty. Purple thieves show up as plane pilots in [[Gnasty's Loot]], and they also have keys needed to progress.
 
The blue thieves possess all the remaining [[Dragon Eggs ]](Dragonfly Eggs in Japan) and appear in various realms in the [[Artisans]], [[Peace Keepers]], and [[Magic Crafters]] worlds. They have 12 eggs in total, five of which are needed to progress to the [[Beast Makers]] world. Red and green thieves appear in the [[Tree Tops]], and they are considerably harder to catch than the blue ones. Each has a purple gem. Two green thieves also appear in [[Gnasty Gnorc]]'s boss fight and have keys that must be obtained to progress to fight Gnasty. Purple thieves show up as plane pilots in [[Gnasty's Loot]], and they also have keys needed to progress.
   
===''[[Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage!]]''===
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===[[Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage!]]===
 
The only thieves in this game appear in the [[Shady Oasis]] and are Arabian themed. The [[Armed Thieves|thieves in the tan robes use]] swords to attack Spyro while the [[Shielded Armed Thieves|ones in the purple ropes with the red turban]] use both a sword and a fireproof shield. If charged, they will drop their shield and be dizzy for a short while, then spin around and regain their shield. Neither of these thieves must be chased and instead serve as enemies. The third type of thieves in this realm wear yellow robes and must be chased to retrieve the lamps they have stolen in a more traditional thief chase like in the other games.
 
The only thieves in this game appear in the [[Shady Oasis]] and are Arabian themed. The [[Armed Thieves|thieves in the tan robes use]] swords to attack Spyro while the [[Shielded Armed Thieves|ones in the purple ropes with the red turban]] use both a sword and a fireproof shield. If charged, they will drop their shield and be dizzy for a short while, then spin around and regain their shield. Neither of these thieves must be chased and instead serve as enemies. The third type of thieves in this realm wear yellow robes and must be chased to retrieve the lamps they have stolen in a more traditional thief chase like in the other games.
   
===''[[Spyro: Year of the Dragon]]''===
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===[[Spyro: Year of the Dragon]]===
 
Like in their first appearance, the thieves in this game have stolen Dragon Eggs and must be chased to retrieve them. The blue thieves can be caught with a standard charge attack, but the red and yellow ones must be caught by using a [[Supercharge]] Ramp. The thief in the [[Crystal Islands]] rides in the same airplane as in Gnasty's Loot. The thieves in the [[Super Bonus Round]] have gems instead of eggs.
 
Like in their first appearance, the thieves in this game have stolen Dragon Eggs and must be chased to retrieve them. The blue thieves can be caught with a standard charge attack, but the red and yellow ones must be caught by using a [[Supercharge]] Ramp. The thief in the [[Crystal Islands]] rides in the same airplane as in Gnasty's Loot. The thieves in the [[Super Bonus Round]] have gems instead of eggs.
   
 
If you manage to get all the skill points in the game, you will unlock the Epilogue. The thieves have their own page. It states that "Deputy Holiday catches the notorious 'Nyah-nyah' gang" with a picture of a livid Blue Thief and a Purple Thief (also livid) in jail.
 
If you manage to get all the skill points in the game, you will unlock the Epilogue. The thieves have their own page. It states that "Deputy Holiday catches the notorious 'Nyah-nyah' gang" with a picture of a livid Blue Thief and a Purple Thief (also livid) in jail.
   
===''[[Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly]]''===
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===[[Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly]]===
 
It is revealed in this game that the thieves live in a realm known as the [[Thieves Den]], where they store all of their stolen treasure. The thieves in this realm ask for Spyro's help to save them from the magic-using [[Riptoc]] that are invading their home. They walk on two legs, carry a knapsack, and are considerably taller and more human-shaped than ordinary thieves .
 
It is revealed in this game that the thieves live in a realm known as the [[Thieves Den]], where they store all of their stolen treasure. The thieves in this realm ask for Spyro's help to save them from the magic-using [[Riptoc]] that are invading their home. They walk on two legs, carry a knapsack, and are considerably taller and more human-shaped than ordinary thieves .
   
 
Another type of thief must be chased down to retrieve the Dragonfly (or magic wand, in [[Cloud 9]]) they have stolen. They can be found in Cloud 9, [[Honey Marsh (ETD)|Honey Marsh]] and [[Jurassic Jungle]].
 
Another type of thief must be chased down to retrieve the Dragonfly (or magic wand, in [[Cloud 9]]) they have stolen. They can be found in Cloud 9, [[Honey Marsh (ETD)|Honey Marsh]] and [[Jurassic Jungle]].
   
===''[[Spyro: Season of Ice]]''===
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===[[Spyro: Season of Ice]]===
 
The thieves in this game all carry ice crystals in which frozen fairies are sealed. They are notably harder to catch than in other games and are always mistaken for having stolen something else by passers-by.
 
The thieves in this game all carry ice crystals in which frozen fairies are sealed. They are notably harder to catch than in other games and are always mistaken for having stolen something else by passers-by.
   
===''[[Spyro: Season of Flame]]''===
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===[[Spyro: Season of Flame]]===
 
In this game, all thieves are inside minigame portals. The person outside the portal tells Spyro that the thief has stolen something, then Spyro catches the thief and comes back to the person, who rewards him with a [[firefly]]. The thieves here are shown to carry large brown sacks where their stolen item is contained.
 
In this game, all thieves are inside minigame portals. The person outside the portal tells Spyro that the thief has stolen something, then Spyro catches the thief and comes back to the person, who rewards him with a [[firefly]]. The thieves here are shown to carry large brown sacks where their stolen item is contained.
   
===''[[Spyro: Attack of the Rhynocs]]''===
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===[[Spyro: Attack of the Rhynocs]]===
 
The thieves in this game usually don't need to be chased, but instead give Spyro occasional advice on things such as how to break into [[Moneybags' Vaults]]. The exception to this is in the [[Thieves' Guild|Thieves Guild]], where they usually must be chased to retrieve Quest Items. The pink-striped thieves with the graduate hats are NPCs who act as teachers, as the Thieves Guild is a school.
 
The thieves in this game usually don't need to be chased, but instead give Spyro occasional advice on things such as how to break into [[Moneybags' Vaults]]. The exception to this is in the [[Thieves' Guild|Thieves Guild]], where they usually must be chased to retrieve Quest Items. The pink-striped thieves with the graduate hats are NPCs who act as teachers, as the Thieves Guild is a school.
   
===''[[Spyro: A Hero's Tail]]''===
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===[[Spyro: A Hero's Tail]]===
 
The thieves in this game have stolen Dragon Eggs from the [[Nanny]]. They are hidden across the realms and must be chased down by Spyro. The Thieves always have Concept Art eggs. Red thieves appear in one of [[Sgt. Byrd]]'s [[Speedways]]. These thieves release gems after being attacked.
 
The thieves in this game have stolen Dragon Eggs from the [[Nanny]]. They are hidden across the realms and must be chased down by Spyro. The Thieves always have Concept Art eggs. Red thieves appear in one of [[Sgt. Byrd]]'s [[Speedways]]. These thieves release gems after being attacked.
   

Revision as of 07:27, January 30, 2012

Thieves are enemies in the Spyro the Dragon series. They first appeared in Spyro the Dragon, where they stole the Dragon Eggs that Spyro needed to get back, but since then they have appeared in almost every Spyro game in the original series. They enjoy taunting Spyro, saying "nah nah nahnah nah!".

All thieves apparently live in a place called the Thieves Den, where they store everything that they've stolen. They are voiced by Carlos Alazraqui in Spyro the Dragon, and the same voice recording is used in future games.

Types of Thieves

Appearances

Spyro the Dragon

The blue thieves possess all the remaining Dragon Eggs (Dragonfly Eggs in Japan) and appear in various realms in the Artisans, Peace Keepers, and Magic Crafters worlds. They have 12 eggs in total, five of which are needed to progress to the Beast Makers world. Red and green thieves appear in the Tree Tops, and they are considerably harder to catch than the blue ones. Each has a purple gem. Two green thieves also appear in Gnasty Gnorc's boss fight and have keys that must be obtained to progress to fight Gnasty. Purple thieves show up as plane pilots in Gnasty's Loot, and they also have keys needed to progress.

Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage!

The only thieves in this game appear in the Shady Oasis and are Arabian themed. The thieves in the tan robes use swords to attack Spyro while the ones in the purple ropes with the red turban use both a sword and a fireproof shield. If charged, they will drop their shield and be dizzy for a short while, then spin around and regain their shield. Neither of these thieves must be chased and instead serve as enemies. The third type of thieves in this realm wear yellow robes and must be chased to retrieve the lamps they have stolen in a more traditional thief chase like in the other games.

Spyro: Year of the Dragon

Like in their first appearance, the thieves in this game have stolen Dragon Eggs and must be chased to retrieve them. The blue thieves can be caught with a standard charge attack, but the red and yellow ones must be caught by using a Supercharge Ramp. The thief in the Crystal Islands rides in the same airplane as in Gnasty's Loot. The thieves in the Super Bonus Round have gems instead of eggs.

If you manage to get all the skill points in the game, you will unlock the Epilogue. The thieves have their own page. It states that "Deputy Holiday catches the notorious 'Nyah-nyah' gang" with a picture of a livid Blue Thief and a Purple Thief (also livid) in jail.

Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly

It is revealed in this game that the thieves live in a realm known as the Thieves Den, where they store all of their stolen treasure. The thieves in this realm ask for Spyro's help to save them from the magic-using Riptoc that are invading their home. They walk on two legs, carry a knapsack, and are considerably taller and more human-shaped than ordinary thieves .

Another type of thief must be chased down to retrieve the Dragonfly (or magic wand, in Cloud 9) they have stolen. They can be found in Cloud 9, Honey Marsh and Jurassic Jungle.

Spyro: Season of Ice

The thieves in this game all carry ice crystals in which frozen fairies are sealed. They are notably harder to catch than in other games and are always mistaken for having stolen something else by passers-by.

Spyro: Season of Flame

In this game, all thieves are inside minigame portals. The person outside the portal tells Spyro that the thief has stolen something, then Spyro catches the thief and comes back to the person, who rewards him with a firefly. The thieves here are shown to carry large brown sacks where their stolen item is contained.

Spyro: Attack of the Rhynocs

The thieves in this game usually don't need to be chased, but instead give Spyro occasional advice on things such as how to break into Moneybags' Vaults. The exception to this is in the Thieves Guild, where they usually must be chased to retrieve Quest Items. The pink-striped thieves with the graduate hats are NPCs who act as teachers, as the Thieves Guild is a school.

Spyro: A Hero's Tail

The thieves in this game have stolen Dragon Eggs from the Nanny. They are hidden across the realms and must be chased down by Spyro. The Thieves always have Concept Art eggs. Red thieves appear in one of Sgt. Byrd's Speedways. These thieves release gems after being attacked.

The thieves can be found in the following realms:

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