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Kaos' Kastle is the ninth chapter in Skylanders: Giants. It is Kaos' birthplace before he left and became evil. Wilikin servants are littered throughout the castle, still serving their master despite his angry disposition towards them.


  • Enter the castle
  • Remove the arena door locks
  • Defeat arena master

Elemental Gates

Areas To Find

  • Cliffside Castle Approach
    • Element: None
  • The Raven Court
  • The Pool
    • Element: None
  • Secret Passage
  • Secret Passageway: Pushblock Challenge
  • Cliffside Terrace
  • The Ethereal Ballroom
  • Castle Green
  • The Great Hall
  • Sodaworks
  • Auric's Overhearing
  • The Sewing Room
  • The Man Cave
  • East Gallery
  • Needlepoint Nook
  • Adept's Alcove
  • Arena

New Enemies

Legendary Treasure

  • Dragon Engine

Soul Gem


  • Princess Hat
  • Graduation Hat



  • After the destruction of Kaos's floating fortress in Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure, this castle is the current island in which Kaos resides in as this was his childhood home. However, it's never seen in the main games after Giants, with Kaos repeatedly getting new lairs despite this one never being destroyed. This leads to further confusion in Skylanders: Imaginators, where Kaos inexplicably has to hide in a decrepit swamp lair between the events of Skylanders: SuperChargers, Skylanders: Ring of Heroes and that game.
  • The pictures of Kaos and Glumshanks wearing Afros were made a long time a go when Kaos attended his school's Senior Prom. Of course, being Kaos, he was unable to get an actual date for the evening, so he ordered his butler, Glumshanks, to go with him. It was actually a magical evening... for the both of them.[1]
  • Kaos' family apparently used to make soda, according to one Wilikin, but due to their use of unconventional flavors (and in some cases, radioactive ingredients), the soda did not sell well and piled up around a certain area of the castle.
  • It is implied that Kaos sends a few Wilikin to the Sewing Room whenever they do something wrong, presumably to be chopped up.
  • The Legendary Treasure found here, the Dragon Engine, is notable as being the only Legendary Treasure that actually changes gameplay, as it unlocks Hatterson's shop while equipped.
  • According to Ermit, the castle used to house the entire Kaos Clan during their reign of terror ages ago, but their disappearance with the exception of him and Kaossandra is unexplained.


  1. Skylanders: Giants Official Strategy Guide: Questions & Answers, page 181
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Main Chapters
Time of the Giants - Junkyard Isles - Rumbletown - Cutthroat Carnival - Glacier Gully - Secret Vault of Secrets
Wilikin Village - Troll Home Security - Kaos' Kastle - Aerial Attack! - Drill-X's Big Rig - Molekin Mountain
The Oracle - Autogyro Adventure - Lost City of Arkus - Bringing Order to Kaos!
3DS Chapters
Daring Rescue - Head Hunting - Lost and Found - Through the Ruins - Tiki Tumble - Sand Trap - The Tar Pits
The Windy Dunes - A Walk in the Park - Westernland - Tunnel of Love - Murky Waters - Stuck in the Mud
Overgrowth - Marsh Madness - Cannon Fodder - Ships Ahoy - Phantom Tide Rising - Saving Skylands