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Infinite Loops: A Tale of two Realms pt. 3Classic Loop 1.7Infinite Loops: A Tale of two Realms pt. 3 by TokoWH
Spyro was proud of himself. He had no idea how many loops in he was at this point, and even though he had attempted this several times in the past, never once did he actually think he'd pull this off.
It had taken several loops hanging out with two of his greatest enemies, getting to know the quickest way to get them to not attempt to smash, blast, or kill him on sight, and even then he had to figure out the correct way to word things not to tick either of them off... But in the end, it was so worth it.
"So, how many loops have you done again?"
Spyro glanced over to Hunter. It hadn't been long before the cheetah had started to occasionally loop with him, a fact that Spyro was rather happy about. It was nice to finally have someone other than just Sparx to talk to for a change. Admittedly, he still had to check out if Ember really was looping too, but he wasn't exactly in too much of a hurry with tha
Infinite Loops: A Tale of two Realms pt. 2Classic Loop 1.4:Infinite Loops: A Tale of two Realms pt. 2 by TokoWH
Spyro smirked. This was his fiftieth loop, and he was getting rather good at all the things he had done on his adventures by this point. It had actually started to get a bit boring, as the battles he had normally found challenging were now over in almost a matter of minutes. Because of this, though, Spyro had spent the last few loops doing something different.
Throughout his later adventures in the 'original timeline', as he was calling it now, Spyro had stumbled across some rather interesting abilities. While most dragons could only shoot fire, Spyro found that he could wield multiple other elements most dragons couldn't. He wasn't exactly sure why this was the case; maybe it had something to do with purple dragons being extremely adept in magic, as he learned when the Sorcerer had attacked, but that was beside the point. What he did figure out eventually, though, was that, despite starting his adventure with just fire in the original timeli
The Infinite Loops: A Tale of two RealmsLegends Loop 1.1:The Infinite Loops: A Tale of two Realms by TokoWH
Spyro wasn't sure how it had happened. Maybe with his last breath before he had been dragged off to Ancestors-knew-where, Malefor had cursed him as a last act of vengeance. All Spyro knew was that, from the moment he'd left the swamp to shortly after he had repaired the world, he was reliving over and over again the multitude of trials he had endured during the struggle against the Dark Master.
How many times now had it been? Three. Of that, he was certain.
Though at first he had almost lost his will at the thought of having to relive these hardships over and over again, he had managed to press on in the hope that, sooner or later, this curse would wear off. Thanks to keeping his memories, things were a bit easier due to already being well-trained in the four primary elements, and he managed to get things done moderately quicker than he had on his first 'adventure'.
However, despite the new free time he had, he had yet to find a way out.
"Geez, no mat
Crash Bandicoot MM- Chapter 10 Part 3, Epilogue Chapter 10 Part 3, The Warrior and his Brother/Epilogue.Crash Bandicoot MM- Chapter 10 Part 3, Epilogue by SpeedofSoundRunner24
“Just give up already!” Uka said as he looked down at his sibling on the ground, his spearhead aimed at his throat to keep him down.
“You told me to not go easy on you, well, that's what I am doing. If you want to world, you have to get through me!” Aku grabbed the spear and slammed his staff into the side of Uka's head, sending him down hard. “You and I are well past our prime to be fighting like this. I don't want to hurt you but if that's what it takes for you to learn, so be it.”
Uka glanced behind his brother and seen the bandicoots walking up timidly. He lowered his head and slowly stood up, almost falling to the ground again. But the sly spirit did not mean any of his ruse, it was all a trap.
“You're right, Aku Aku...” he lied. “I don't know what I was thinking...”
Aku glanced over and s