|Spyro the Dragon|
|First Appearance||Spyro the Dragon (1998)|
|Final Smash||Convexity Fury Attack|
Spyro the Dragon is a title character and the protagonist of the Spyro series. He appears in Spyro the Dragon, Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage!, Spyro: Year of the Dragon, The Legend of Spyro, and later became a part of the Skylanders series.
First introduced in the 1998 video game Spyro the Dragon, Spyro is a young, energetic, violet Dragon with orange medium-sized wings, large, curved horns (most of the time), a spiral-shaped spike on the tip of his tail, and spikes resembling a mohawk. He is noticeably smaller than most other dragons portrayed in the series; a characteristic that aids him in the first game. In the original series, most dragons are depicted as bipedal; however, Spyro is depicted as quadrupedal. In the newer series, his back-story was that two thieves were running through the dragon realms and the dragons stopped them. They had two eggs, and the dragons adopted them as their own. They later hatched into Spyro the Dragon and Sparx the Dragonfly. This Dragonfly is responsible for keeping Spyro alive and displaying his health.
- : Dragon Breath - TBA (TBA)
> : Charge- TBA (TBA)
^ : Flight - TBA (TBA)
v : Ground Pound - TBA (TBA)
F : Convexity Fury Attack - TBA (TBA)