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"Spyrooooo!" Shimmer called, running through the garden. "C'mon you lazy! Cyril wants to see you!" She looked up at the sky, her skin crawling under her scales. "Big hurricane rolling in within the next week...great." She looked in all his usual hiding spots but couldn't find him, until finally she spotted his tail hanging out of a mossy bush. She giggled and shook her head. "Poor guy...he did seem tired after today's training rounds." She walked over quietly and gently nipped his tail, getting a flick and a quiet groan. With a humored sigh she grabbed his tail in her mouth and yanked him out of the bush, earning a surprised yelp as he tumbled out onto the ground. He lay there in a tired stupor, looking around groggily. "Afternoon, sunshine," she said, giggling and giving him a friendly lick on the cheek, which as she predicted s
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"So...this is far worse than we could have imagined..."
Nightshade curled his wing around Rivyera protectively as the battles raged outside. They sat with a few other high-standing politicians of the Oceanic Isles in the center of an inner chamber, on a platform lined with Spirit Gems. An etheral image of Ignitus was conversing with them, along with several other dragons and maps. The pregnant dragoness sighed heavily as she looked over the damage reports, the maps of the villages being covered in blood-red splotches symbolizing the flood of shadow enemies. "Once Spyro touched the crystals, it opened a gateway. They had this planned from the beginning... Once once curse was broken outside of the Temple it used all the other clusters as conduits."
"Indeed, it would appear that way. We were fortunate." Ignitus turned to look at the Isle councilors. "Unfortunately I'm afraid their attack patterns aren't nearly what you're reporting, they must
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Neves didn't have time to adjust to the sudden news that his mother was pregnant; the next day a flurry of desperate messages flew in via the communicational Spirit Gems, stating that the Skavengers had become increasingly aggressive and were attacking shoreline populations. Spyro and the others were sent out by the afternoon, loaded with reserve health and energy gem packets, a gift from Ignitus to be used only when absolutely needed. Spyro, being essentially the "big gun" of the group, had Sparx with him for additional defensive measures. The little dragonfly had made its home somewhere in the temple gardens but was eager to follow Spyro on his missions. As they flew at full speed over the sea to the predicted location of the Piratian fleets, Shimmer glanced over at Spyro and noticed Sparx sitting on Spyro's left horn.
"He seems to really like you," she said, having to half-shout over the wind whipping in their faces.
"Yeah, I'm surprised h
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"CAELOS WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU???" Spyro called, dissipating the harsh air-blasts the wind dragon was causing around him.
~Every girl that lays eyes on you desires you...even the ones I love...~ a voice around him growled. A tornado surrounded the gray dragon, threatening to pull Spyro in. ~I've sat in the background for far too long, Spyro...defending you, protecting you...and at what cost?? You get everything!!~ Spyro yelped as the tornado pulled him in; using his motion he shot free of its grasp again, having nowhere to really run. Feeling an incoming thunderclap, and sensing Caelos' power waiting to amplify the sound waves into a destructive pressure blast, he focused his own wind powers to try to neutralize the blast. Caelos was overpowering though; Spyro didn't hear the blast, shielding his ears, but his body felt the sound shock, temporarily disorienting him.
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Chaos reigned. The temple wasn't the only target of the statue curse; in fact, from the reports flooding in all over the next day, almost every single dragon, even in the Outer Realms, was afflicted. Few had been spared, those that hadn't been hit were now in hiding.
"You kids okay to go?" Rivyera asked, padding out onto the balcony. Neves nodded, tongue sticking out a bit as he focused on fastening Shimmer's armor.
"Warfang's a day's flight ahead of us, if I know gnorcs they're gonna flood Warfang now that the dragons are out of commission..."
She walked up to him and nuzzled him. "I didn't mean physically ready..."
The ice dragon sighed. "Mom... I'm fine. You should get inside in case Gnasty does another strike..."
The water guardian licked his cheek softly. "Be safe out there sweetie...you're all I have without your father..." He gave a questioning glanc
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"So...some weird male voice spoke to you?"
Neves nodded, Rivyera giving him an odd look. Terrador flicked his wings a bit and grumbled to himself. The water dragoness sat up and stretched, then lay down on her other side, curling her tail around the eggs and pressing them against her belly to keep them warm. "Strange...a lot of things seem to be accessing this island without hindrance..."
"Hindrance?" Neves asked, tilting his head.
Terrador nodded. "Tonight at dinner I'll tell you, since the others should hear as well. But tell us more about this voice."
"He sounded...tired, almost. I mean, I'd been chasing him...it...whatever it was, never got a clear look. But...something about him felt...good. Like sunlight almost. He sounded cold like ice but warm like sunlight. And probably not much older than me."
The earth guardian prumed, eyes clos
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"Up there!" Flame shouted over the din of electric orbs whining at them. A bright blue crystal shone halfway up a sheer precipice of white stone.
"Almost done if we can get up there!" Neves replied, then ducked under a crystal golem swinging its huge club-arm at him. He spun backwards, flinging his hind legs out and kicking another one of those energy orb creatures into the wall. These things were far more resilient though, so instead of following up and getting trapped by others, Neves simply froze the thing against the wall with his ice breath. The walls around him were decorated as such, the spherical entities struggling against their frigid prisons in vain. Dashing after Flame, he carefully walked along a very thin tongue of rock spanning a gap in the vast room far too wide for him to jump or glide; like the girls, his wings were still hurting badly from the near-catastrophe in the sky. Flame simply flew over, kicking back a few elementa
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Spyro roared at the top of his lungs and lunged at the shadowy form, his claws tearing through it effortlessly. The dark energy formed in place behind the attack and grabbed him.
"You will never defeat me!"
"Yes I will because you have Cynder and I love her!" He blasted the shadow in the face with a brilliant light beam.
"NOOOOO!!!!" the darkness screamed as it was dissolved and banished forever.
"Yay we win!" Flame yipped and danced.
The eight young dragons emerged from the lair of the Dark Master, watching the shadow over the world dissipate to clear blue skies and bright sunshine.
END OF DAWN OF LIGHT.
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Cynder ambled into the Pool of Visions room, finding Ignitus sitting there staring into the strange liquid. Everyone else was fast asleep from the day's training, but Cynder couldn't get her mind to stop churning. Ignitus noticed her and yawned. "What's the matter, Cynder?"
She sat down and sighed. "I don't know...there's so much going on in my head...but for some reason all I can think about is the Ape Lord."
"Yeah...I don't get it. Ever since I heard he was heading to speak with Ripto, he's been on my mind more and more, and now it's all I can think about."
Ignitus' eyes narrowed as he studied her. "I too have been sensing something about this situation. Do you know anything about him though, Cynder?"
"Not really, except that he's the king of the apes and he came from far south."
The old fire dragon shakily stood up and walked out of the room into the dojo, beckoning her
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Hmmm...she does possess incredible potential...a deep seed of hatred and malcontent...
"What purpose for her would please you?"
Cynder looked around the foggy room, suspended by chains from her forepaws, a glowing green collar around her neck and the bases of her wings. She felt limp and hazy, listening to two deep guttural voices conversing.
She's quite pleasing to the eyes. And she possesses many...desirable traits.
A deep laugh echoed in front of her and a single glowing green crystal eye shone through the fog, piercing her eyes with its gaze. She wanted to cry but couldn't do more than move her eyes and breathe. "Ripto's methods of alteration were a success with Tephra, let us see if she reacts the same." A glowing gold bladed staff shone dimly in the gloom briefly. Cynder's eyes widened and she tried to struggle, but her body only lay limp as the staff spun around and the blade came at her- but as it hit her everything fad