The Sky Family celebrates the 4th of July and wishes you all a great one! If you don't celebrate independence day, you can still enjoy the fun we had with some Trap Team Villains and Skylanders like Krankcase, Jade Fire Kraken, Wolfgang, the Life Torch Trap and Enchanted Star Strike.
Please leave a like for what happened to Painyatta!
Props to super strong Tussel Sprout and the finale w/ Riot Shield Shredder!
Enjoy the Skylanders Trap Team / Swap Force Fireworks Show!
WARNING: Fire Works are explosive and can cause serious harm, please do not use if you are under the age of 18.
►Skylanders Shorts Episode 22: Sold Out Fruit Snacks: http://youtu.be/hRrdvWdzmbs
►Exclusive White/Crystal Fire Bone Hot Dog (Frito Lay @ Walmart): http://youtu.be/iZC4A7uibDw
►Skylanders Gummy Surprise + Trivia w/ Lightcore Chase and Skylander Uncle: http://youtu.be/l0LUBd5m_tg
►Skylander Hunting Part 18: Skylander Fruit Snacks: http://youtu.be/x2qT1Wflfcg
►Skylanders E3 2014 wRap Up Music Video: http://youtu.be/JhX-AEW4M5c
►E3 2014 Shout Outs from NOAH MUNCK (Gibby from iCarly) & EvanTubeHD & his sister Jillian: http://youtu.be/NRUTK9uwmLM
►Skylanders Shorts Ep. 21, KAOS the TRAP EATER: http://youtu.be/P0F7xRNMm3I
►Skylanders Trap Team Villain List Update + Gusto Trap Master: http://youtu.be/bR30PBC6bWM
►Epic Unboxing of Jade Fire Kraken: http://youtu.be/Ke2X1sqw39s
►Jade Fire Kraken NIGHTMARE MODE Gameplay: http://youtu.be/aAEXVOLzpFQ
►Pt.9 Trap Team Life Torch Surprise + What To Do With It?: http://youtu.be/QJcdDd8QVHA
►Pt. 8 E3 2014 Skylanders Booth Vlog with Sky Mom: http://youtu.be/-4UXSHiDYbo
►Pt. 7 Painyatta Barfs on Wildfire... Just Kidding: http://youtu.be/9KK1oe4rgIc
►Pt. 6 Wolfgang Fights Flynn ... Just Kidding: http://youtu.be/OUWBZwPzN_8
►Pt. 5 New Skystones Smash game, Villain Vault Location, Skylanders Academy Hub Gameplay: http://youtu.be/2kpPUzWbFZA
►Pt. 4 Rage Mage Boss Battle w/ Buzzer Beak & Chopper; http://youtu.be/1A7Lj69hFyw (you are watching this now)
►Pt. 3 Broccoli Guy (Life/Healing Villain) & Torch (Fire Core): http://youtu.be/5TsLcAIvXOg
►Pt. 2 Grinnade (Fire Villain) & Krypt King (Undead Trap Master): http://youtu.be/jw5N5GRCPiA
►Pt. 1 Jawbreaker (Tech Trap Master) and E3 Exclusive Life Torch Trap Unboxing of Riot Shield Shredder: http://youtu.be/pLSYd4XRKqs
►Check out the first E3 2014 Gameplay with Painyatta, Krypt King and Wolfgang!: http://youtu.be/pFRxWzdJ_l4
►More information on the E3 Variant Riot Shield Shredder as well as Krypt King attacks: http://youtu.be/ptHwI65tWwY
►Gearshift Announcement and New Wildfire Gameplay: http://youtu.be/4Z2GXy0HY5Q
►Skylanders Collection Display Surprise: http://youtu.be/bDqtuDw0R4E
►Skylanders Mad Libs Story: http://youtu.be/zcjUCpUZYEU
►Skylanders Shorts with Plants vs. Zombies: http://youtu.be/DbUQL1EJsXw
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