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Dragons are creatures that occasionally appear in the Crash Bandicoot series, either as enemies or background characters.

Overview[]

Crash Bandicoot: Warped[]

Dragons appear as obstacles in the levels Orient Express and Midnight Run, tending to fly either low to the ground or above Coco's head. They reprise their role in the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy as well.

Crash Bash[]

Dragons appear in the minigame Dragon Drop, where Crash and others ride on baby dragons to pick up jewels and shoot them at rolling targets.

Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex[]

The Dragon is an enemy encountered in Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex, only appearing in Wizards and Lizards. It chases Crash through the castle, occasionally getting stuck in a doorway. Once Crash escapes it by knocking down a bridge behind him, it will toss its head around and breathe fire in frustration. If the dragon catches and kills Crash, it will stop, roar, and breathe fire.

Crash Bandicoot Party Games[]

A dragon is seen trapped inside a cage. Crunch Bandicoot and Crash must work and hit the cage together with the mallet in order to free the dragon.

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled[]

The dragon returns once again for a cameo at Dragon Mines in Nitro-Fueled, where it attempts to but is unable to spit fire. It also appears in Nitro Court, sitting atop a wall overlooking the battle arena.

Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time[]

In the Tranquility Falls levels Potion Commotion, Draggin' On and Off-Balance, stone dragons act as hazards, flying through the air in a set pattern. They can only be killed with Aku Aku. Touching a dragon without him either kills the player character, or knocks them away if Akano's super spin is turned on.

Crash Team Rumble[]

The stone dragons from It's About Time reappear in Rumble as stage hazards in Surreal Summit. Being the map's epic relic station, they can be activated for 30 relics, whereupon they will appear around the map circling around select areas, damaging and knocking back any enemies that come into contact with them.

Dragons are also featured as the Deadly Dragons boss at the end of the "Get Lit" minigame in Party Mode. They act similarly to their relic station counterparts, flying in circles and knocking back players to hinder progress.

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Names in Other Languages[]

  • Stone Dragon
Language Name
Arabic التنين الصخري
altiniyn alsakhriu
French Dragon de Pierre
German Steindrache
Italian Drago di Pietra
Japanese いしのドラゴン
Ishi no doragon
Polish Kamienny Smok
Russian Каменный Дракон
Kamennyy Drakon
Spanish Dragón Pétreo

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