Spyro Reignited Trilogy: Spyro the Dragon – High Caves

This is one of the few realms where Spyro does not do his aerial back flip when he arrives. This is the first of a few realms that Spyro has access to a superflame powerup in, and the first time it appears in the series. When releasing a dragon, Cyrus, the background music for the cutscene is the music from Dark Hollow.

Spyro Reignited Trilogy: Spyro the Dragon – Wizard Peak

Wizard Peak is a series of spiraling mountaintops, harboring balconies, grass-covered cliffs, standing pillars, and archways leading to elaborate glass-tiled rooms and caverns. These rooms hold many indoor streams and pools, along with a few blue tapestries of dragons and wizards and monsters. The abyss below the peaks is a fluffy white, almost inviting, though jumping in to taste the pure air wouldn’t be advisable. The distance is a blend of light green and light blue, which fades to a darker blue and finally black when looking straight up. A glowing moon can be seen among the stars, as if it is blocking out the light from another sun.

Spyro Reignited Trilogy: Spyro the Dragon – Beast Makers World

The Beast Maker dragons’ homeworld is a gigantic swamp, with green and black ooze that easily traps any creature smaller than a Beast Maker dragon and suffocates it. Small patches of dry ground harbor wooden huts which serve as homes for the natives, and they are connected by split logs floating in the ooze in between. The horizon is shrouded in an ominous black mist, adding to the eerie feel of the realm. Torches are lit all over to provide lighting. In the middle of the realm is a huge Aztec-like temple with numerous steps. It is used for meetings among the inhabitants.

Spyro Reignited Trilogy: Spyro the Dragon – Terrace Village

This little wooden village stands atop a large plateau of green ooze that gives off its own sickly light. The village is fenced in with tree trunk fences, only allowing a bit of that yucky ooze to seep in. Since the ooze strangely seems to originate from underneath the village, it flows off of the plateau’s sides like waterfalls. The stone buildings here are close together, giving it a nice, “little town” feeling for its visitors, even if the sky overhead is constantly glowing green from whatever that ooze is… A single castle rests in the center, one that isn’t terribly big, but just big enough for parties and the such.

Spyro Reignited Trilogy: Spyro the Dragon – Misty Bog

A swamp with a similar look to the Beast Makers homeworld, though much brighter. The entire realm is swathed in a light green mist making it hard to see things in the distance, hence its English name. The landscape is made up of tree stumps, stone buildings, and swampy hollows. A variety of enemies are exclusive to this realm, which include Attack Frogs and Dragon-Eating Plants. The dragons who lived here before the Gnorcs trapped them claimed it was beautiful.