Skylanders Universe and Sheep

When playing Skylanders Universe, you will no doubt have come across some sheep. Sheep have featured in most of the Skylanders series as a fun, and friendly animal which graze on Skyland whilst you try to desperately protect it from invaders and Kaos. The sheep in the Skylanders series have become somewhat of a legend and were even featured in an advert for the first Spyro game.

A lot of myths surround the sheep in the Skylanders series, some believe sheep are friendly creatures which look after (and sometimes annoy) the Skylanders figures, but others fear sheep as they believe they are spies sent by Kaos. sheep statueOne of the scrolls in the Skylanders series mentions that you might find your possessions to go missing when counting sheep, so you should always be careful when near these cuddlesome creatures. Whatever your theory behind the Skylanders sheep is, we believe that these fluffy white creatures are a fun addition to the Skylanders Universe game.

In Skylanders Universe, sheep are frequently mentioned and some games such as Sheep Shot and Roundup feature sheep. Sheep are integrated throughout the game and you can even buy your own sheep statue or sheep idol, which can feature on your islands. You can purchase a sheep idol when you have expanded your island at least once. The sheep idol does not only look great, it will also give you some special perks and bonuses when playing the “sheep games”. If you purchase sheep idols, sheep will be able to come and live on your Skyland, which can be both cool as frustrating on times. The more you expand your island, the greater the Sheep Totem you can purchase will be.

The mystery of the sheep keeps continuing and we are sure some hidden secrets will be revealed as we continue on playing and enjoying the game. Some Portal Masters have recently reported seeing a sheep which looks like a red nose reindeer; we have yet to come across this one, but will keep you posted if we spot one! We are also still trying to work out the difference between the white, golden and black sheep, if anyone knows the secret behind this, we would love to hear from you, so please let us know by commenting below!