|The Crystal Caves|
|Boss(es)||Mean Old Dragon|
|Enemies||Flying Demons, Rhinotaurs, Imps|
|Music (original)||Journey through the Crystal Caves|
|Music (remake)||Make No Bones About It|
|Previous level||The Lake|
|Next level||The Gallows Gauntlet|
| King of Cups|
Collect all the chalice rewards.
Defeat the dragon in the Crystal Caves.
| Stop Hitting Yourself|
Get hit by a falling crystal during Dragon battle in Crystal Caves.
| Zip Zap Imp Splat|
Fry a dozen Imps with Lightning.
| Gimme That Back!|
Lose, then recover your weapon from an Imp.
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Tread softly in these caves for an ill tempered Dragon has a lair here.
The mean old Dragon can be summoned by inserting two Dragon Gems into the eye sockets of the relief.
The grouchy Dragon doesn't come out much as he is afraid of the roof collapsing over his head!
According to MediEvil: Resurrection's designer, Dominic Cahalin, the full level was set to appear in the game. The level was eventually cut due to time constraints. The boss battle against the Dragon remains however, as part of Dragon Island.
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- "Initially we had planned two additional levels for Resurrection (I completed the revised paper design for them). These were the asylum grounds and the Crystal Caves (both based loosely on the levels from the original games). These were cut out due to development time restrictions, which was a real shame, as they had some cool new play mechanics and character designs. The launch of the PSP was eventually delayed by Sony by 6 months, which meant that we could easily have finished the game with all the levels :(" — MediEvil developers - Q&A; on MediEvil Boards. Published August 4, 2013.