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The classic trilogy

  • Defeating Gnasty Gnorc in the first game will feel this way to most players in their first playthrough.
    • The first time you successfully ace a speedway may also count.
  • The fight against Ripto in "Gateway to Glimmer" (name may vary depending on your location), in which you both fight for MacGuffin powerups and proceed to fight it out on a platform, at which point he will create robitic versions of Gulp. Then after that Ripto will sink the platform you're fighting on and jump on a cyborg bird- you promptly get a powerup and give chase, dog-fighting all the way. To say nothing of the mini-games that follow.
  • Each boss battle in Year of the Dragon is amazing, but both ones against the Sorceress are absolutely fantastic.
  • The mini-games:
    • The skateparks are all pretty cool, and getting the course record feels damn cool.
    • Hunter's manta-ray from the second game returns, and you go around hunting the metallic sharks that also returned. Laser-Guided Karma at its absolute finest.
    • There is one where you can play as Sgt. Bird and fly around Enchanted Towers, giving a Curb Stomp Battle to any enemies in your way, while completing the regular quests. (This option will likely be available after you've completed the level the first time round, though.
  • Super Bonus Round from Year of the Dragon. Full stop.
  • Sheila, Sgt. Byrd, Bentley and Agent 9 get one each upon being released by teaching Moneybags a lesson in their own unique way; kick, rocket launcher, club and laser gun respectively.
  • At the end of the third game, you get to chase down Moneybags and burn him until he drops all of the loot he took from you throughout the game; then force him to give up the dragon egg.

The games released between the classic and The Legend of Spyro trilogies

  • Butler saving The Professor at the end of Spyro: Attack of the Rhynocs.

The Legend of Spyro trilogy

  • The final battle of each game gets one:
    • A New Beginning: Spyro uses his full power to blast Cynder so hard he knocks her out of the Dark Master's control
    • The Eternal Night: Spyro is exposed to Malefor's evil power, turning him into Dark Spyro. Dark Spyro then proceeds to turn Gaul to stone and shatter him to pieces.
    • Let's not forget when Spyro flips out after Ignitus's apparent death in the Burned Lands only to have Cynder snap him out of it with a calm "Don't do this."
    • Dawn of the Dragon: The entire Final Battle is one long one. Spyro and Cynder fight the Big Bad first in a dog fight, then while falling down a volcano to the center of the planet where they finally defeat him in a Beam-O-War.
    • Also, Ignitus gets one in the first game when he shows just what a fully trained dragon can really do to a bunch of apes. Another group of them end up suffering this in the second game in another such moment during the Ape raid on the temple.
    • Sparx finally snapping and punching out Sniff in the Sky Pirates arc of the second game.
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