Spyro Reignited Guide: Every Dragon, Gem, and Egg

Welcome to the IGN Walkthrough for Spyro the Dragon. Covering both the 1998 original and the 2018 Reignited remake, this guide will take you step-by-step through each of the levels in the Dragon Realms, pointing you to every Dragon, Gem and Egg in the game.

Please note that this Walkthrough will not cover the Dragonfly Eggs exclusive to the PS1 version of the game, given how obscure they are due to the PocketStation requirement. If you want to find them, please head to the Dragonfly Egg Locations section.

There are six groups of levels in the Dragon Realms, each with a Home world, three normal levels, a boss level and a Flight level that can all be completed in any order from the Home World. The exception to this is Gnasty’s World, with only two normal levels that have to be completed in order before unlocking the boss. Read the list below to learn how to find everything in each of the levels.

The Artisans are the first worlds in the game. They are easier than all the other levels so you have more freedom to learn the ropes and how to play the game. The worlds are as follows:

The Peacekeepers are the second set of worlds in the game, and are themed around desert strongholds. To reach these worlds, you must rescue five Dragons from the Artisan worlds. The levels and enemies in the Peacekeepers will get more complex with the tutorial-like gameplay over with. The worlds you’ll find here are as follows:


The Magic Crafter worlds is where the game starts getting tricky, despite the rather pastel appearance. To access these worlds, you have to collect 1,200 Gems and talk to Gosnold the Balloonist in the Peacekeepers Home world. The levels you’ll encounter in the Magic Crafters are as follows:

The Beast Makers are jungle and swamp-themed levels that house the most complex level in the game, and arguably of the series: Tree Tops. To reach these levels, you have to rescue five Eggs and then talk to Tuco the Ballonist in the Magic Crafters Home world.

The penultimate series of levels, the Dream Weavers can get quite challenging. To get here, you must rescue 50 Dragons and then talk to Cray the Ballonist in the Beast Makers Home world.

The final series of levels in the game, to get here you have to collect 6,000 Gems and then talk to Amos the Balloonist in the Dream Weavers home world. These levels are overall the hardest in the game, and must be unlocked in order by completing the one before it (with the slight exception of Gnasty’s Loot).

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