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#1 Jul 30, 2015 5:47 PM

Morgan
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Icy Peak Swimming In The Air Theory.

I've been trying to experiment with this on a few occasions. I go onto the mountains, and then I make Spyro glide out of bounds, and then I make him go underneath the ice. A few times, I've been able to do that, and then get Spyro into the water with just a regular hover. Knowing this, I think that by going underneath the ice at the correct angle, and then hovering at the correct time, you could get Spyro to be clipped inside the ice at the side of the hole that the water is in while he was swimming. I think that if you could then make Spyro dive while staying above the underside of the ice, then slowly swim out of the ice via the side of the hole that the water is in, without touching the water itself, you would be able to swim in the air legitimately. What do you think of this theory?

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#2 Aug 01, 2015 1:04 AM

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Re: Icy Peak Swimming In The Air Theory.

its possible to swim in the air in this level because water is present. but i dont think it can be done in normal gameplay, simply because the obstacles that are the in way of performing the glitch

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#3 Aug 01, 2015 6:21 PM

Morgan
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Re: Icy Peak Swimming In The Air Theory.

Agent9 wrote:

its possible to swim in the air in this level because water is present. but i dont think it can be done in normal gameplay, simply because the obstacles that are the in way of performing the glitch

Did you actually even read about my theory? There's a difference between something being impossible, and something being undiscovered. Also, I've changed my mind about how you could make Spyro dive and stay clipped inside the ice, because I thought that Spyro's dive was shallower than it actually is, so instead, maybe you could escape from the ice in the same way that you escape from the wall to do the swimming in the air glitch in Autumn Plains.

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#4 Dec 09, 2015 5:56 AM

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Re: Icy Peak Swimming In The Air Theory.

First of all, that first statement comes off a bit rude, don't share your opinions if you're not willing to accept all responses.

It's CaptainBee's opinion that there is nothing undiscovered because while it is theoretically possible to swim in the air in Icy Peak since there is swimming in the level, there aren't any structures or appropriate placements of Zoe that would allow the glitch to be activated naturally.

I don't claim to be an expert, In fact, I'm in the beginning of my education in Spyro glitches but from what I can tell this is accurate.

Last edited by Dark Intentions (Dec 09, 2015 5:56 AM)

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