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For Skylanders Trap Team on the PlayStation 4, FAQ/Walkthrough by dark Immediately you'll meet the villain [Slobber Trap]. .. Behind where Bruiser Cruiser was standing is a second Chompy coil to wind down, cross. Official Skylanders Trap Team "Meet the Villains Sheep Creep" Trailer Sheep Creep is one of the few trappable villains who doesn't talk (others include. Bruiser Cruiser called out as he vanished through the vortex. moved through them and rescued the defense force, then met another Villain.

So I fought back against them and vowed to always fight the nightmares of the dream world. Also, if you find out if Chompy Mountain is made of cake, let me know. It was only halfway into the village where another skylander entered. It was a fat light blue creature with a cyan traptanium boomerang. He only had his boomerang, but took em out.

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And belive me, you dont want to see this Boomerang in the outback. The time master and magic core skylander.

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I got them from a fateful encounter with giant sea slugs. I set the tower of time's hand's to 13 and caused a time overload. But thanks to that, I became a master over time itself. Inside the village, Buzz was there.

But my commanding voice scared em off. I tend to get pretty intense in these situations. She says calm when planning our hits. We'll find the Mabu you scared and rally them together. They were able to round them up and head to the first bridge repaired, screwing in a top of the gate.

Hit by my own cannons, no fair! But the next time we meet, I'll make sure not to leave any cannons lying around. They found the second switch next to the battle mech from before. Bruiser Cruiser "Get em! In Swap Force, you don't take damage at all if you fall, which will happen quite a lot, and may sometimes simply spawn on the platform you were trying to jump to if you were close enough. In the Swap challenges, you are able to restart if you take enough damage to "die".

In SuperChargers, you gain vehicle mods from toolboxes littered throughout levels. The mods you get are randomized, but the game will prioritize mods for vehicles you've scanned over ones you haven't, so you're more likely to get a mod for a vehicle you own than one you don't. Similarly, in Imaginators, Imaginite chests will tend to give you more weapons for classes that you have already made Imaginators for.

Part Sets which provide you with more unlocks are also given priority, as once you find one piece of a set, you're very likely to find the others in short order. When using a Skylander with ranged weaponry, if you aren't actively aiming and directing their shots, they will automatically target the closest enemy within their fire arc.

This is particularly noticeable with Quickshot and Bazooker Imaginators. The Nintendo Switch version of Imaginators has a major one, a Skylander big digital library, allowing you to scan in, semi-permanently, a particularly extensive collection, avoiding giving yourself repetitive strain injury when levelling all your Skylanders because you only need to actually scan them twice for the entire lifetime of the game.

The Anvil Rain item from the first game. There's also an "Anvil Hat".

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Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: The end of Chapter 9 in Giants, after defeating Brute the Jawbreaker: You'll never stop Master Kaos. He has an ingenious plan to get that Iron Fist of Arkus.

Then he'll rule Skylands! Then he can finally take me fishing On Thumpin' Wumpa Island, one of the islanders mentions that they put in a set of moving stone faces to keep out bad guys, evil geniusesand traveling crate salesmen.

He's got bombs and mines! Barricades and locked gates! He's even got some guy named Edgar!!! Originally, he was simply the boss of the Wilikin Village in Giants, but he proved popular enough with the fans that he returned in Captain Ersatz form as the Sheep Mage in Swap Force.

Then Trap Team reveals he's a core member of the Doom Raidersone of the most dreaded gangs in all of Skylands, who all seem to regard Kaos as a pompous amateur compared to them.

He then appears in Imaginators as a Sensei of the Bazooker class. Chompy Pastepetals in the Kaos' Fortress level of Swap Force split into two small, one-eyed versions when attacked. Spellslamzer in SuperChargers splits into regular-sized Spell Punks when he takes enough damage. Attack Its Weak Point: If an enemy or boss can only be defeated by attacking a specific part, the game helpfully identifies these for you with a color highlight or arrow marking. Attack of the Foot Whatever: Super Evil Kaos in Swap Force.

In SuperChargers, on the quest to retrieve the Eye of the Ancients, you're sent to get the Kolossal Kernel from Cluck, who is using it to raise an army.

After you retrieve the Kernel Mags pops it, and in the next level you eat it to become giant, allowing you to go head-to-head with the Titans in the level. The description for Nightmare difficulty in Swap Force even explicitly calls a player's collection their army.

SuperChargers who typically utilize Land vehicles qualify. Similarly, Buzzdespite missing a leg and an eye is in charge of frontline operations against the Doom Raiders and is a "secret ninja commando". A stage in the 3DS version of Spyro's Adventure includes sheep statues you can destroy and need to for a level objectivebut doing so turns your Skylander into a sheep briefly.

Beat the Curse Out of Him: Beating an Evilized creature turns them back to their normal self. Going by a couple of his exclamations, Kaos apparently hates trees. The final boss of Giants. Kaos - by then a giant Arkeyan robot - cornered the player by destroying the teleporter; the only means to escape. All of a sudden, Ermit comes to the rescue - with the sudden re-appearance of the Machine Ghost and corresponding Arkeyan robot that was destroyed earlier in the story.

Dreamcatcher literally shouts "O! There are several bosses to be fought, but a noticeable subversion occurs with Vathek in the console versions of Dragon's Peak in Spyro's Adventure: As soon as he leaps down to fight you himself, Flavius sneaks in to grab the Dragon's throne behind him, and uses its power to turn Vathek to stone.

In Spyro's Adventure, there isn't much to note about the rooms you find Eternal Sources or evil Skylander ambushes in: Generally round rooms with no cover to hide behind. Whiskers gets Evilized in Motleyville. You need to beat him up to restore him back to normal. Breaking the Fourth Wall: Aside from the idea that the player is providing help From Beyond the Fourth WallFlynn tends to break the fourth wall during parts of the credits though only in the Wii version for Spyro's Adventurecongratulating the player and himself for saving the Skylands and encouraging the player to go into the Playable Epilogue.

And then in the Spyro's Adventure credits, this happens: OK, so what we're doing now is something called "breaking the Fourth Wall" ; and since I'm acknowledging that fact, does this mean that I am now breaking the Fifth Wall?

What I do know is, all this wall-breaking is making me hungry. During the fight with Kaos' Mom, after you've hit her, she vanishes. No attacks, she's not on screen, nothing.

Remove your Skylander from the portal, thus revealing her hiding place. In the PS4 and Wii U versions of Trap Team, Kaos actually addresses the player, and pushes a button, which results in the player's controller vibrating. This is supposedly to prove that Kaos can see the player in the real world and can attack that world if the player and the Skylanders are defeated.

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Later on, he attempts to actively drag the player into his world using the Traptanium that's empowering him at the time. But he just pulls in a bunch of random junk, thankfully. Certain Skylanders will respond to the effects and narration associated with leveling up in the games, including Pop Fizz and King Pen, as will Chill Bill and Broccoli Guy while commentating in the arena. Bribing Your Way to Victory: Tied to the toy gimmick, there are in-game bonuses for having more figures: Unlocking new areas and hats either one figure per element, or based on whatever gimmick the current installment is up to.

Each figure counts as one life. Scanning more characters of the same element increases the Elemental Power of that element. Scanning Sensei characters in Imaginators unlock new equipment and abilities to use with Creation Crystals.

In Giants, a Wilikin servant mentions that Kaos' family attempted to create their own line of soda, with flavors like Sand, Mud and Radioactive Suction Eel. Two games later, the Skylanders halt The Gulper's rampage at a soda festival by duping him into drinking the remarkably similar Bottom-Feeding Suction Eel soda.

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While retaking the Sky Fortress in Imaginators, Jet-Vac discovers that his lunch has disappeared from the fridge. Kaos reveals he was the thief while taunting Jet-Vac during the final level.

Also in Imaginators, at the start of an arena battle, Broccoli Guy will say he feels hungry and decide to order a pizza. Between rounds, he'll start to wonder what happened to said pizza, hoping it "didn't get sent to the wrong Broccoli Guy!

Though certainly not as intense as those of arcade shooter fame, there are many times you'll be required to dodge waves of incoming spells. In the first game, Kaos summons swarms of elementally-themed obstacles during your battles against his minions. The Doomsharks even give you HP bonuses for "grazing" the side of one without taking damage! Kaos's Hydra, the Final Boss of the first game, not only features all four of the elemental spells Kaos used against you previously, but even mixes them up — can you dodge, for example, deadly laser beams and swarms of doomsharks at the same time?

A mixture of damaging red projectiles and healing blue projectiles, while you utilize a device to invert which ones are which. He's a brown bear with a monocle and a black suit and is obsessed with treasure, for crying out loud! Sparx the Dragonfly also appears, getting a toy at that, but as an item instead of a playable character.

The series has several: These are scattered all over the games for Skylanders to pick up and usually needed to blow up barriers before they explode, of course. A few Skylanders also use them in attacks, and Swap Force even adds an anthropomorphic bomb character named Countdown. All toys have an official motto on their packaging. Beginning in Giants, they shout their phrase whenever they're placed on the Portal. In Spyro's Adventure, characters either had multiple phrases or just random gibberish ; while Giants 3DS has them make Summoning Name Announcements instead.

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Flynn is also well-known for exclaiming "Boom! Tessa is rather fond of "Ka-blam!

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Trolls, whose legs appear to emerge from their chin. Chill Bill appears to at least have a stubby torso somewhere, though that could just be an illusion caused by him being one of the few Trolls to wear pants. The body type of all Ninja Imaginators, as their character class is actually forbidden from having torsos in their design phase.

Used in Imaginators, as custom characters have ten classes to choose from and there are two Senseis of each class. Many characters can purchase upgrades enabling them to charge more powerful attacks by holding down one of their Attack buttons.

For some characters these charged attacks can really hit hard. Drill Sargent and Chop Chop are both made by Arkyans. Guess who owns the Eternal Magic Source?

Many Skylanders include their elemental symbol somewhere on their bodies or armor. Brought to You by the Letter "S": Trap Masters also wear a "T" symbol. For the holiday season, Toys For Bob created a festive video centered around the Skylanders universe. Battlegrounds also got a Christmas-themed level added for the holidays. The various characters have been rotated in and out of the toyline, though no character has been dropped completely since older toys will work on newer games.

It also seems unlikely that any "gimmick" Skylander will ever get a second toy release though Swap Force kept the Giants relevant by including Giant-specific obstacles. Also, most of the original supporting cast were missing from Swap Force, though they came back later.

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Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Spyro's Adventure toys have a layer of green plastic at their base, Giants toys have orange, Swap Force uses blue, and Trap Team is red. Different versions of the characters are marked with those colors in the various games, and the console titles tie most of their collection achievements to specific "[Color] Base" figures.

Averted for SuperChargers toys, as they're identified by an engine block base rather than a color. Terrafin took a barely noticeable nerf to the rate at which he punches in Swap Force.

In the previous games, He would often dominate PvP with his dig which makes him untargetable, and how he would rush his enemies down quickly with high damage, and fast punches.

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Losing a Skylander can either be a minor inconvenience or a serious problem depending on how well trained your other skylanders are. This is an actual gameplay mechanic for Crash.

He is the only Skylander to have lives of his own and can obtain 1-ups. Unfortunately, just as dying in Crash turned you back into a One-Hit-Point WonderCrash revives just barely above critical health.

Hope you can find food before taking another hit and another life. Enchiladas come up again during the Giants and Trap Team credits. Giants has an achievement for registering Spyro, Gill Grunt, and Trigger Happy - the three figures included with Spyro's Adventure, and freebie for those who own it.

It's one of the few achievements that doesn't require "orange base" figurines. When he reappears in Trap Team, those same teeth are still missing. Some of the Arkyan enemies appear similar to Chop Chop, who is also Arkyan. The primary gimmick of SuperChargers is a crew of Skylanders who have personalized vehicles. While any Skylander can pilot these vehicles, pairing a SuperCharger with their personal vehicle results in them granting it additional abilities.