He immediately gains their respect when he seals an opening in their cavern that leaks sunlight, even naming one Darkvarg, but things turn sour when they refuse to let him leave. Snotlout is determined to repay the debt he owes to the Queen for saving Hookfang's life to the point where he refuses help from the other riders. They suddenly realise that the Night Terrors, under the command of their Alpha, a white Night Terror, need to flock into a shape of a giant version of themselves or any other dragon they wish as a defense mechanism to scare off threats or predators. Sullivan Jack Thomas February 16, 2018 2018-02-16 In order to complete the Dragon Eye and discover the location of the King of Dragons, Johann needs more lenses while Hiccup still needs gemstones to complete his Dragon Eye 2. Back on the island Astrid and Tuffnut manage to fend off the hunters' attacks and Heather keeps them from approaching on foot. Hiccup and Fishlegs develop a mixture of Deathsong amber and Gronkle Iron to stop the lava bursts, but while gathering materials, Hiccup and Astrid discover an older Garff mortally wounded, hinting that the Hunters, who are now led by the masked man who tried to abduct Hiccup and has the ability to control dragons, are continuing activity.
Using a Skrill as a diversion, Hiccup and Viggo enter their headquarters where Viggo betrays Hiccup to earn favor with Johann and Krogan once more. They eventually learn the Rumblehorn has been attempting to warn everyone of an approaching tsunami and chase them off before the wave would wipe them all out. After much effort they finally get it open and Hiccup is able to retrieve the device from a distracted Dagur. The riders are left only with the resolve to reclaim the Dragon Eye before he can use it. Dagur offers her the chance to join with the Berserkers, but she refuses. The three trust the Fire Terrors to take the Eruptodon egg and it safely reaches the nesting ground where it is bathed in the lava.
Snotlout is reassured that he will be great, but he will follow his own path instead of his father's. Hiccup and Toothless decide to face against it one on one and later lead it into a trap, but the Skrill anticipates their plan and traps them instead. Just as they are about to imprison the Skrill again, Hiccup decides against it, and the Skrill is set free. Blinded by their grudge against each other, Toothless runs away to confront the rival alone. Later, Hiccup receives a Terror Mail supposedly from Stoick saying that he has found a Dragon Eye lens and to meet him alone. During the trip, they are ambushed by hunters, but the twins rescue Hiccup and Johann and deduce that the only way the hunters knew they'd be there is if there was a mole within their group.
The group mostly welcomes her back with open arms, but Hiccup is suspicious of her new, more aggressive behavior. A one-hour preview consisting of two episodes aired on August 7, 2012, with the official premiere of the series on September 4, 2012. Meanwhile, the Hunters, now co-led by the masked man Krogan and a still-living Viggo, make preparations for their next move. Heather is convinced the only solution is to leave, but Fishlegs discovers a way to use Windshear's protective instincts to the team's advantage and save the others from an ambush by the hunters. DreamWorks Dragons is an American computer-animated television series airing on Cartoon Network based on the 2010 film How to Train Your Dragon. Despite the fact that nobody trusts him, Alvin's warnings allow them to defeat Dagur's invasion, but before they can destroy Dagur he captures Stoick; Dagur flees back to Outcast Island with his captive, demanding Hiccup and Toothless in exchange for Stoick's life. Ruffnut is captured by the hunters, whose armada is approaching Dragon's Edge, leaving defense of the island to Astrid and Tuffnut alone.
Unfortunately it is found she was working with the Outcasts and, despite the Dragon Riders' effort, she manages to give the ancient Book of Dragons to Alvin. Sullivan Jack Thomas February 16, 2018 2018-02-16 After a battle with the Flyers, the Riders discover remnants of Deathsong amber underneath a Singetail's wing, leading them to deduce that Krogan is using a Deathsong to lure and capture Singetails for his Flyers. However, Dagur betrays Alvin, claiming that because the Skrill is the Beserker's emblem, that they have full control over it, and gets rid of him. Hiccup and the other dragon riders must ward off the Outcasts long enough to get their dragons back. Meanwhile, Gobber takes Gothi's place as the village healer, however he is far from good at it. Johann convinces Heather to go through with the trade and though Krogan attempts to double cross her with a fake key, they are saved by Hiccup, the Riders, and Dagur, who finally reveals the truth of Oswald's fate and grants her closure. The rush of events leaves Heather torn between her loyalties to the riders and wanting to join her brother on his current journey to find their missing father Oswald the Agreeable and rebuild the Berserker Tribe.
Using the baby Razorwhips, the Wingmaidens defeat Flyers. Snotlout and Ruffnut kidnap the Stinger and take it back to its pack when they and the rest of the riders are attacked by the other Speed Stingers who have similarly evolved. The series serves as a bridge between the first film and its. Krogan is captured and executed by his employer, Drago Bludvist, for his failure in acquiring the egg and Drago begins to seek out a new Bewilderbeast. Though highly reluctant, Hiccup works together with Dagur to cure Toothless but the two are captured and Dagur appears to abandon Hiccup, but later comes back riding Toothless to save him. When he returns to say goodbye, however, he discovers that in reality, Hookfang has been helping the female protect her eggs from a Titan Wing Monstrous Nightmare.
The series begins where the first movie leaves off, featuring 15—16 year old characters. Krogan and his Flyers arrive to take and lens and succeed after the Riders choose to instead evacuate the injured Armorwing rather than pursue Krogan. Just as Hiccup is left without any ideas on what to do, who to trust, or even how to handle his developing feelings for Astrid in the midst of growing danger, Viggo returns and offers the Dragon Eye as proof of his word and offers an equal alliance to bring Ryker down. They eventually learn the Quaken's behavior was out of loneliness and defensive instinct, and allow it to remain and share the island with the Gronckles. Once out of the cave, the Riders destroy the Flyers' facilities and free the Singetails. Though Hiccup feels guilty for driving Viggo to make such a move, Stoick expresses confidence that he and the others will always be able to stop him.
The young Stinger is torn between its pack and the riders, but Hiccup convinces it to go back with its family. The Deathsong is soon revealed to be alive and gains the chance to escape with the Riders thanks to Stormfly's new blinding light shot, and the Riders find him a more suitable home. Back at the Edge, Heather finds a note from Dagur telling the truth about their father, leaving Heather to mourn in silence. Fishlegs believes he has found the perfect candidate, but it turns out to be home to Slitherwings, venomous serpentine dragons that poison Stormfly as she defends Garff to trigger strange wild behavior. Hiccup uses his flight suit to win the trust of the wild dragons and leads them in a counterattack that fends off Ryker and his group. It becomes apparent that Fishlegs has become allergic to something.