Hiccup returns to find Dagur laying siege to Dragon's Edge and sends word for back up, and Astrid and Stoick appear as reinforcements, but the odds are still against them until the trainees appear and fend off the attackers. When the baby dragons are forced to live on Dragon Island after nearly destroying Berk, the group learns they can't survive without a parent, so Stoick releases Thornado so he can take care of them, the two parting reluctantly. They enforce their royalty rights immediately getting the other riders doing meaningless and annoying tasks. And on every such occasion, it falls upon Hiccup and his friends to work on a solution for the problems. Noting that this dragon is an undocumented species, he takes it in for care and closer study. Now, Hiccup must find a way to drive the Speed Stinger horde away from Berk before their next raid.
Hiccup enlists the aid of his father in tracking down the Rumblehorn, but Stoick comes to question its intentions upon discovering it. They manage to successfully capture Dagur, but Hiccup intervenes before Heather can kill him, revealing that her horn was a gift from Stoick to Oswald the Agreeable, her father, meaning that Dagur is her brother. When Hiccup attempts to take out Heather, Astrid intervenes and tells him and the others about Heather's plan to learn about the hunters' real leader, Viggo Grimborn, whom everyone is afraid of. The sixth and final season of DreamWorks Dragons: Race to the Edge was released on February 16, 2018. After hearing this, Astrid starts to think that Hiccup isn't interested in her anymore since they are not as publicly affectionate as Dagur and Mala and begins to question her relationship with him. The Speed Stingers have trekked across the frozen sea to Berk and driven everyone out of town. De Marco January 22, 2014 2014-01-22 1.
The series serves as a bridge between the first film and its. Many recruits apply, including Gustav, Gothi, and Spitelout, but Hiccup takes notice of her overly harsh regimen and points out she wants her students to fail so she has a reason to stay on Berk and protect her family. Only Hiccup and Snotlout manage to escape while the others are captured. After the twins throw everyone in the 'dungeon' they realise they need the other riders to stop the island becoming a pile of ash. The teens must drive the Screaming Death and the Whispering Death hatchlings away from the village before they destroy Berk. The riders learn from Mala, who joins them, that Viggo plans to use the starving Eruptodon to destroy Dragon's Edge by eating at its dormant volcano. The three escape the island, but Hiccup is still not sure what to make of this old enemy turned ally.
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. He is rescued by the A team but is left in a state as a result of his injuries. . One by one the riders cure their dragons using salt water, and agree to take vacations at home while Hiccup promises to lighten up on his Viggo obsession. DreamWorks Dragons features the voice talents of , , , Julie Marcus, , , , and. Snotlout in turn is nearly killed by the aggressive female Razorwhips but is saved by the Riders and Wingmaidens who in the end celebrate their newly formed alliance, and Snotlout learns a lesson in etiquette.
Though Ryker attempts to break them by showing their dragons imprisoned, the riders hold their silence. De Marco October 24, 2013 2013-10-24 1. While imprisoned, they reunite with Heather, who has now joined forces with her brother and is apparently working together with Ryker. With Spitelout's help, Hiccup discovers weaknesses in the Singetails' behaviours while the Riders, Stoick, the A-Team, and the Berk fleets launch a preemptive strike on Dragons' Edge where the Hunters are. Though Viggo manages to get away with Berk's gold, the dragons are still rescued, which Gobber assures Hiccup counts for something.
Meatlug goes back to warn the other riders, and with Darkvarg's help and Fishlegs' leadership they all manage to escape. It is up to Hiccup and his friends to protect Toothless. According to , executive producer for How to Train Your Dragon, the series was planned to be much darker and deeper than 's previous television series spin-offs, with a similar tone to the movie. Later, it was discovered that Fishlegs was allergic to Gobber's ear wax which he has been using on Meatlug's saddle. The riders are left only with the resolve to reclaim the Dragon Eye before he can use it.
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. After much effort they finally get it open and Hiccup is able to retrieve the device from a distracted Dagur. Using their 'twintuition,' the twins follow the repaired and stolen Macey to find a hidden hunter operation called 'Project Shellfire. 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. To try and find an alternate method to victory, Hiccup and Toothless travel alone to Storehouse Island to study the Singetail and find behaviors that will give them an advantage in battle, but this attempt quickly leaves Hiccup at its mercy. 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.
Meanwhile the twins, Snotlout, and Astrid search for Chicken, who has gone missing, and find she has started a new family with a wild rooster. On the way back to Dragons' Edge, Heather reveals that the parents she lost were adoptive, and all she has to remember her birth father is an old horn. The dragons bond and fly away, allowing the riders to return home. However, this is all part of their plan and Hiccup and Toothless escape their cell and rendezvous in Johann's Quarters, only to discover that Johann had moved the Dragon Eye to another location. Believing them to have been in league with the Hunters all along, Mala swears to kill Hiccup herself.
While Hiccup and the other teens openly welcome the newcomer, Astrid's jealousy turns to suspicion when she notices Heather is taking an unusual interest in the Book of Dragons. Because their slow speed had previously allowed an Outcast boat to escape, Fishlegs decides that producing Gronckle Iron is a more helpful task than flying with the other teens, until Meatlug ends up ingesting a magnetic rock, attracting all the metal in the village-including Hiccup's metal leg. But when Alvin and Mildew help him discover what the Screaming Death has been after all along, he comes up with a plan to end the war between the Outcasts and Berk, stop Dagur, get rid of the Screaming Death, and save Berk once and for all. The only solution is to bring Astrid to the Buffalord, but Viggo also arrives revealing he infected his own men to get the riders to lead him to the Buffalord. The four attempt to work together, but their efforts are hindered by Stoick and Spitelout's constant arguing, and their sons are left to reluctantly take their father's side.