After 150 dragon eggs are stolen by an evil sorceress and her army of rhinocs; Spyro embarks on an adventure to rescue the eggs.
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Cast overview:
Sparx the Dragonfly / Bartholomew the Yeti / Additional Voices (voice) (as Andre Sogliuzzo)
Moneybags the Bear / Bentley the Yeti / Additional Voices (voice)
Zoe the Fairy / Tara Kroft / Elora the Faun / Handel (voice)
Sheila the Kangaroo / Princess Ami of the Fairies (voice)
Agent 9 (voice)
Bianca the Apprentice Bunny / Nancy / Cloud Imps / Seals (voice)
Flo Di Re ...
The Sorceress / Fairies / Additional Voices (voice)
Fairies / Rapunzel the Bear (voice)
Crazy Ed / Enchanted Towers Artists / Jack in the Beanstalk (voice)
Gus / Ooga / Bears / Fireflies / Tomb Pharoahs (voice)
Greta / Pandas (voice) (as Daisy Torme)


It's the Year of the Dragon! Every tweleve years, Dragon Kingdom has a festival where the fairies deliver a new batch of dragon eggs to the Dragon Worlds. But this year is a little different. Far away, on the opposite side of the world, an evil Sorceress plans on using the eggs for her evil magic. So all 150 eggs are stolen by her army of Rhynocs and her disciple, Bianca. It's up to Spyro, Sparx, and Hunter the Cheetah to get them back. Written by TUMEG345

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Release Date:

10 October 2000 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Spyro the Dragon 3: Year of the Dragon  »

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According to the Chinese zodiac, the year 2000 is the year of the dragon, the same year this game was released. See more »


At the beginning of the game during Hunter's jump and glide challenge, he tells Spyro that he hates water and doesn't want to get wet. Yet later in the game, in Desert Ruins, Hunter is seen underwater and wearing a scuba suit. See more »


[first lines]
Bianca: We managed to capture the eggs your highness. Every one.
The Sorceress: Excellent. Perhaps you will amount to something after all. Now go back to the tunnels, stop anyone from coming through!
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Followed by The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning (2006) See more »

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"I still love this one."
16 February 2007 | by (Philippines) – See all my reviews

I love playing the entire series, they are really interactive. Lots of really neat settings and good villains. I haven't finished much of this one yet, but it's fun playing it. Anyway, it's not the finish that's much of importance, it's your journey that it's important. Well, the journey is really fun, and full of surprises. It works well like the first two, although it is quite like the second one because it has some of the same themes, like the mini-games and characters to talk with. But still, it's very effective. I really enjoyed playing this one, as I did with the first two. I wish they make more "Spyro" games the way they make it like this and the previous two.


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