The story of Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III from the How to Train Your Dragon series.
Hiccup was born to the chief of the Hairy hooligan tribe, Stoick the Vast and Valka. Valka taught he won't survive an early stag as he was born to an early expectation. But Stoick confidently knows he can be fine. Stoick told Gobber the Belch, the village blacksmith, to make him a small ax so he can start training early. Valka made him a toy dragon with his name stitched on both sides and Gobber made him diapers.
One night, during an attack, a stormcutter named Cloudjumper broke into their house and came next to Hiccup near his cradle. Valka rushed to the house and saw that Cloudjumper was playing with him. But when he saw Valka's presence, a wing claw accidentally scratched Hiccup's chin. Stoick rushed into the house and saw Cloudjumper taking Valka away. So Hiccup became so scared that he threw the toy his mother made into the ocean
Stoick became overprotective of his son by then while Valka stayed away from berk, taught that she was eaten.
One day, during the sunset, Stoick told Hiccup about the Hidden World, where all dragons come from. He said that it was his destiny to find the hidden world.
Hiccup became weaker and smaller, unable to wield traditional Viking weapons, therefore being unable to kill a dragon. So he was enlisted by Stoick to be his apprentice. Later, he became an embarrassment to Stoick and used him as a pawn to threaten his villagers to go on quests. Hiccup learned a lot while being his apprentice, and started building contraptions of his own.
How to Train Your Dragon
One night during a dragon raid, Hiccup leaves his indoor work post and, with a bola sling named "The Mangler," manages to shoot down one of the deadliest and most feared dragons in the skies: the Night Fury.
When he goes to find his kill, after what appears to be many failed attempts, he find the dragon and discovers that it's still alive. Despite his determination to prove himself to the community as a great dragon killer, Hiccup is unable to kill it after seeing the fear in its eyes, and instead frees it.
Meanwhile, as he is looking for the Night Fury, Hiccup is enrolled into Viking training, where he is expected to learn to fight and kill dragons. At first, he struggles to complete the simplest tasks and hold his own against even the most (relatively) benign dragons, earning the usual mockery of his fellow teenagers. However, after managing to get close enough to bond with the Night Fury he shot down, which he names Toothless after its retractable fangs, he builds him a fake tail to replace the one his bola injured, helps Toothless regain the ability to fly with Hiccup's assistance, and jumpstarts their friendship. He gains valuable experience and a deeper insight into the mannerisms of most dragons, such as the fact that it is possible to scratch a dragon into submission if it is scratched gently in a certain spot under the chin. He is soon hailed as a Viking prodigy, with the time he spends with Toothless allowing him to ultimately "defeat" every dragon he encounters during training.
The stress of living this double life is hard on Hiccup, however. The other Vikings, particularly Astrid, take notice of his unexplained absences after dragon training sessions, although no one really comments on it. Eventually, after Hiccup places the top in training, Astrid manages to follow him and discovers Toothless. She runs off to tell the other Vikings, but Hiccup and Toothless stop her, flying her around the area on Toothless to calm Astrid down. It is during this ride that Hiccup sees the Red Death in the very Dragons' Nest his father has been dying to find and destroy. When they land, Hiccup manages to convince Astrid not to tell anyone about anything that happened by showing how loyal he is to his dragon. After their conversation, Astrid kisses Hiccup on the cheek after punching him in the shoulder, seeming to admire his loyalty.
The next day, Hiccup is required to fight and kill a Monstrous Nightmare as part of his final exam during dragon training. The task goes horribly wrong, however: when Stoick swings his hammer against the dragon training cage in response to Hiccup's blasphemous claims that dragons "aren't what we think they are" and that "we don't have to kill them". Hiccup's methods of dragon appeasement no longer work and the Nightmare moves in for the kill. Toothless, hearing Hiccup's scream, tries again to get out of the cove alone, and, succeeding for the first time, rushes to the scene and beats the other dragon back while at the same time revealing himself to all the Vikings. Though Hiccup attempts to explain why he went against the Viking way of life and befriended a dragon, his father fails to listen, renounces him as his son, and instead takes advantage of Toothless, chaining him to a ship and using him to reach the Dragons' Nest. As the adult Vikings leave in search of the Nest, Astrid talks to Hiccup about the entire situation and asks him what he's gonna do about it, which leads him say "something crazy." He goes off to do his 'crazy' plan, while Astrid apparently gathers the other Viking teenagers. Hiccup brings out the now tame Monstrous Nightmare, and teaches them how to ride on the back of a dragon.
While the Vikings try to fight a losing fight, the teens fly into the scene, with Gobber commenting that Hiccup is, "Every thread of a stubborn, bone-headed Viking you ever were," to Stoick, who nods numbly. Hiccup goes onto the burning ship where Toothless is, and tries to free him, but soon the ship broke apart, pulling Toothless down to the seafloor. Hiccup still fails, however, and goes limp after a few moments of trying, only to be saved by his father, who also frees Toothless from his chains. After Toothless pulls him up to land again, Stoick tells his son that he doesn't have to do this, to which Hiccup replies, "We're Vikings. It's an occupational hazrd."
In response to the familiar words, Stoick tells Hiccup how proud he is to call him as his son, just before Hiccup and Toothless fly off to confront the Red Death themselves. Hiccup manages to kill the Red Death by having Toothless shoot holes into her wings, and then diving towards the Nest at a high speed, so that after Toothless blasts a firebolt into her mouth, it cannot pull up in time. During the fight, though, Toothless's fake tail caught on fire, so as they are pulling out the last part of the plan (blasting fire into its mouth), they're running out of time. The Red Death crashes into the ground, triggering an explosion on impact. Hiccup and Toothless fly through its various spines and the flame; however, they run into the Red Death's tail at the last moment as they attempt to escape the resulting blast. The tail having fallen off, the two fall thousands of feet into the blaze below. As the village approaches the site of the explosion and finds that Hiccup is nowhere to be found, Stoick soon discovers that, even without his makeshift tail, Toothless protected the Chief-to-be from the blast by folding him in his wings. When he wakes up after an unknown amount of time, Hiccup is heralded as a hero in the tribe. Although he lost part of his left leg in the battle, he is fitted with a prosthetic that Gobber made, "With a little Hiccup flair thrown in it." This new prosthetic matches Toothless's makeshift tail, and clips right into place. At the very end of the film, Astrid kisses Hiccup on the lips, this time seemingly as boyfriend and girlfriend (though they didn’t start their relationship until 3 years later), as the rest of the village accepts dragons onto the island as pets and companions.
Legend of the Boneknapper Dragon
Feeling bad for Gobber after his house was burned and goes to hunt down the dragon whom he believed did it, Hiccup convinces his friends to hunt the elusive Boneknapper down. As they set sail to find it, Gobber told the Dragon Riders on how he first encountered it and how it keeps on stealing my belt buckle. The story had a ridiculous background which pretty much annoys everyone. Hiccup first gives a doubt related to the stories, despite the riders say that its ridiculous and insane. But after being shipwrecked in Boneknapper Island, Gobber uses it as bait. From here, Hiccup tells Gobber is nothing called a boneknapper dragon, until the dragon sneaked up behind them, telling them that they believe them now and run to the safety of the trap. As the boneknapper tries to smash in, Hiccup sees that a small piece in his armour of bones is missing. Then he realizes the bone in Gobber's belt buckle is perfect. So he tells Gobber to take of his pants.
As the riders are confused, Hiccup explains about it. While then, the boneknapper brutally drags Gobber to him and Hiccup told Gobber to let go of the bone. As Gobber threw the bone, it successfuly was attached to boneknapper, which gave a deafening roar, which irritates the rest. Hiccup, fearing death came, but then the dragon licks Gobber and Gobber pets him as if it fell, mortifying the rest, even Hiccup who said that that is gonna give him nightmares. At the end, the boneknapper gave Hiccup and his friends a ride back home.
Book of Dragons
Hiccup, Astrid, Fishlegs and Gobber tell the new dragon trainer, who is the audience about the discoveries Bork made and the different classes of dragons. At the end, Hiccup told how was he able to train Toothless.
Gift of the Night Fury
After being woken by Toothless jumping on the roof, Hiccup grabs his helmet, mounts Toothless, and they go out flying to practice a trick they have worked on for some time during their flight and finally pull it off. As Hiccup and Toothless are heading back home from their ride, they fly straight into the swarm of oncoming dragons, during which Hiccup's helmet is knocked off and falls into the ocean. Although Toothless attempts to quickly dive to get the helmet back, Hiccup decides it's best to return home to figure out what is going on. Upon returning, Hiccup is pelted with questions from the villagers of where the dragons have gone to, to which Hiccup has no idea.
After a town meeting in the Great Hall about what to do about the dragons being gone for the holiday, Hiccup supports Astrid's idea to come up with new traditions to distract them from their sadness, only to be guilted later for being the only villager whose dragon didn't leave. Hiccup feels bad since Toothless can't fly without him, and decides to do something about it.
The next morning, Hiccup is in Gobber's shop, building a new tail for Toothless that will allow the Night Fury to fly by himself, when Astrid stops by to offer him her newest holiday traditon; yak nog. He confides in her his feelings of guilt, thus the reason for him making Toothless this gift, and tasks a sip of her drink. Finding it repulsive, he politely holds it in his mouth until Astrid leaves, and then spits it out. After the tail is finished, Hiccup attaches it on Toothless despite the lingering fear that the dragon might not return. He then watches sadly as Toothless flies off.
Some days later, Hiccup follows Fishlegs, who is carrying fish for Meatlug, to his barn where Meatlug has secretly been chained up. As soon as Hiccup opens the doors to the barn, Meatlug breaks free and inadvertently takes Hiccup with her. As Hiccup holds onto Meatlug for dear life, he is taken to an island, where he discovers that Dragons have gone here to lay their eggs. At not finding Toothless on the island however, he decides to let the dragons enjoy their own holiday. Determined he ought to get back home for Snoggletog, he persuades Hookfang for a ride as the other dragons unexpectedly try to follow with their hatchlings in tow despite Hiccup's protests not to, inadvertently starting the return migration. Hiccup remembers an old Viking ship he and Meatlug passed on their flight in, Hiccup comes up with an idea to get both the Dragons and the hatchlings back home safely. They return to Berk after dark, much to the joy of the villagers. Hiccup's greeted with cheers and a crushing hug from Stoick.
At the Great Hall, Hiccup receives a kiss and a hug from Astrid as a thank you for bringing the dragons back, but knowing he is still worried about where Toothless is. But just them Toothless pushes through the Great Hall doors, Astrid turns Hiccup's face to where Toothless is, and Hiccup is overjoyed to be with his Night Fury once again. It turns out that Toothless has used the new tail to look for Hiccup's helmet, and has in fact, retrieved it.
The next morning, Hiccup wakes to find Toothless placed his old tail and saddle out in front of him in the snow. Hiccup remarks how Toothless has a new and better tail now, but instead of letting Hiccup get up on his back, Toothless keeps persisting they use the old one. Eventually, the dragon looks back at his new tail and smashes it into the ground, despite Hiccup's protests as he flicks it far away behind him. Toothless picks up and places the saddle on the snow in front of Hiccup and nudges it towards him, eyes round with request. Realizing Toothless would rather fly with his help, as opposed to just carrying him like all the other dragons, Hiccup was happy to go out for another flight. While Hiccup had given Toothless freedom, Toothless has given him friendship.
Dragons: Riders of Berk
In "How to Start a Dragon Academy", Hiccup's disheartened at the village's continuing troubles with dragons, despite not fighting them anymore. So he comes up with a plan to teach the villagers how to work with the dragons rather than against them, for the benefit of all. Stoick is so proud of his son and his friends that he offers what was once the killing arena to them, suggesting they transform it into a Training Academy.
In "Viking for Hire", as Hiccup's "adopted uncle", Gobber struggles to make ends meet now that the dragon killing weapons he use to make in his forge are no longer needed. So Hiccup tries to help by finding Gobber other work. At first he talks his father into taking Gobber on as an assistant, which leads to disaster. So Stoick hands Gobber back to Hiccup, who puts him to work making dragon saddles, which also ends in disaster. Hiccup learns a valuable lesson in delegating before Gobber finally finds his true calling as a dragon dentist.
In "Animal House", Hiccup and Astrid race each other down a snowy slope on their dragons, only to trigger an avalanche. When Hiccup finds Toothless' tail fin has been frozen so flying out of danger was impossible, Astrid frantically tries to save him, only to be caught up in the avalanche herself. The two fall into a crevass and are buried, thankfully along with their dragons who create an air pocket for them and eventually melt the snow above them so they're able to get out. Later during a blizzard, Hiccup and the other teens try to chase down the escaped livestock, causing Stoick to fear for his son's life. The finding of how protective the dragons were of them is what leads to teaching Berk's livestock that dragons will be protective of them too, so they lose their fear of the bigger animals and start providing milk and eggs again, offering the Vikings more food to eat during the long winter.
In "The Terrible Twos", Fishlegs alerts Hiccup of a small mysterious creature that startled him and Meatlug during a training exercise. Turns out it was a new dragon, and the teens enjoy studying it. Since all the other teens were hesitant to bring it home for the night, Hiccup takes it home, much to the annoyance of both Stoick and Toothless. He tries to contain Toothless' apparent jealously, only to eventually learn that the new dragon is actually a baby, and its gigantic fire breathing mother is searching for it. So he reunites the pair, and makes amends with Toothless, knowing that Toothless' "jealously" was just his way of alerting him of possible danger.
In "In Dragons We Trust", Hiccup butts heads with the village grump Mildew, who hates dragons and wants to banish then from the island for good. He's frustrated when a number of things start happening around the village, and the dragons get all the blame, including Toothless. He knows the dragons are innocent, but his inability to prove it frustrates him further. Hiccup is broken hearted when his father orders all dragons be taken to Dragon Island and left there. But while fixing Mildew's roof, Hiccup witnesses the proof that Mildew framed the dragons. Unfortunately however the evidence is destroyed before he can show them to his father and the rest of the tribe.
In "Alvin and the Outcasts", with the dragons banished to Dragon Island and all their weapons destroyed, Berk is left defenseless when their long time enemies The Outcasts attack. Their leader, Alvin, is after Hiccup specifically, calling him the "Dragon Conqueror", but is unaware that who he's after is actually Stoick's small son. Hiccup tries to hide at first, but when the other villagers are threatened, he gives himself up, and uses his wit to trick Alvin into bringing him to Dragon Island so he can get to Toothless and help protect his village. After fighting the Outcasts off with the help of Stoick and the other teens, who also retrieved their dragons, Stoick and the rest of the village realize how important the dragons can be for their safety, and they're welcomed back into Berk.
In "How to Pick Your Dragon", Hiccup is frustrated at his father's stubbornness in always doing things the old fashioned and slow "Viking Way" rather than the much easier and quicker "Dragon Way". So he tries to teach Stoick how useful flying a dragon can be by teaching him how to fly Toothless. This however backfires when Stoick starts flying Toothless without consenting with his son first, leaving Hiccup without his dragon and best friend for most of the time. But a rogue dragon attack on a ship turns Stoick's attention to this new dragon, and asks Hiccup to help him train it for himself. Hiccup's happy to oblige, but irritated that his father doesn't seem to be taking anything he says seriously and keeps trying to train the new dragon his own way. But Hiccup is shocked yet pleased at the end when his father bonds with the new dragon anyway, and lands that Stoick had been listening to his son's instructions all along.
In "Portrait of Hiccup as a Buff Young Man", Hiccup and Stoick are having their portrait painted to be hung in the Great Hall along side the portraits of other chiefs and their sons. But Hiccup is devastated when he sees the finished result of the painting, falsely depicting him as a strong Viking man rather than the lanky kid that he really is. He's especially taken back by his father's positive reaction to it, and in an effort to prove himself yet again, he leads the other teens on a dangerous treasure hunt. After nearly getting killed multiple times and beyond separated from his friends, Hiccup ultimately decides to look inside himself for the real treasure, and learns that one of the former chief's sons, one of the wealthiest and wisest, was also small and lanky like himself. In "Dragon Flower", after Mildew bought a suspicious item from Trader Johann, Toothless and the other dragons on Berk become sick. Hiccup later finds out Mildew planted Blue Oleander Flowers in Berk in an attempt to make the dragons sick. Afterwards, Hiccup had to get venom from a Scauldron to cure the dragons. After extracting and then giving the venom to the dragons, they fully recovered from their illness.
In "Heather Report, Part 1" and Part 2, a strange girl washes up on Berk's shore in a shipwreck, and Hiccup wishes to help her out. He and his father allow her to stay with them for a few days until she gets back on her feet. Despite Astrid's distrust in Heather, Hiccup insists she's harmless and just needs some help. When it's found out that Heather does indeed have ulterior motives and steals Stormfly and the Book of Dragons, Hiccup regrets putting his trust in a stranger and helps Astrid get Stormfly back as well as the book. Unfortunately Alvin gets to the book before Hiccup could, giving possibility that he might learn to use dragons in his next attack, which could mean Berk's destruction. In desperation, Astrid comes up with a plan to disguise herself as Heather, hoping to trick Alvin into giving the book to her. Hiccup's unsure of her plan but goes along with it. He and the other Riders stand by while Astrid does her thing, and quickly comes to her aid when she signals to him. They eventually learn that Heather had been put in an impossible situation and had been forced to aid Alvin in order to save her parents' lives. After a short fight with the Outcasts and Heather's surprise appearance to help, the Book of Dragons is retrieved and Hiccup and the Riders return home, and declare Heather as a friend rather than an enemy as once thought.
In "Thawfest", the annual Thawfest Games had always been a thorn in Hiccup's side, but this year he knows he finally has the upper hand because this year dragons will be involved, and he knows he has the fastest and smartest dragon. He fails miserably in all the dragon-less events as expected, but gets a bit overconfident when Toothless can be included. Hiccup's so excited to finally win the Games instead of Snotlout, hoping it will shut his boisterous and arrogant peer up. His gloating, however, starts to turn Astrid off, which leads to an inner struggle. Hiccup finally decides to still allow Snotlout to win, in order to preserve his happiness and the dysfunctional relationship with his overbearing father. Astrid is so proud of Hiccup taking the high road that she kisses him again.
In "When Lightning Strikes", Hiccup uses his smarts to erect dragon perches throughout the village in hopes of sparing the more fragile buildings from collapse because heavy dragons keep landing on them. Shortly after their completion, however, horrible lightning storms begin, and start setting fires everywhere which turns out even more destructive than the dragons' mayhem. So the teens come up with the idea of building a statue of Thor in hopes of appeasing the god of thunder, and bringing the stems to an end. Hiccup overlooks the construction of the statue and it turns out magnificent, but the storms get even worse. The village starts to blame Toothless, being the "offspring of lighting", for the storms and want to ship him off the ends of the earth, thinking it's the only way to save their village. While trying to hide with Toothless, Hiccup realizes that the lightning is attracted to metal, since the perches,the statue, and Toothless prosthetic tail fin were all attracting the lightning more than anything else. To prove his point, he takes some metal weaponry and from the top of a ship's mast, demonstrates how the lightning is attracted to it. Unfortunately, he gets struck by lightning, and falls unconscious to the water below. Toothless pulls him out, and Stoick brings him home where he eventually wakes up in bed with a headache. He's relieved to find he still has his good leg though, and Stoick and Gobber inform him that he made his point, and the villagers now believe that Thor is angry at the metal, not Toothless.
In "What Flies Beneath", when Toothless starts acting weird and large holes are found on the island, Hiccup starts to investigate. Turns out the holes were created by a Whispering Death, and Toothless has negative memories of the new dragon and was insistent at fighting it off alone. Hiccup and Fishlegs explore the tunnels that the Whispering Death made in hopes of learning more, almost to get themselves killed by the aggressive wild dragon. Toothless saves them though, however still doesn't allow Hiccup to help him fight it. Hiccup comes up with a foolhardy plan to force Toothless into letting him help, proving his trust in Toothless and Toothless' protectiveness of Hiccup is stronger than anyone had formerly imagined. The two finally drive the wild dragon off, and help plug up the holes it left.
In "Twinsanity", Hiccup hears Fishlegs telling him about the new hand signals he's been testing with Meatlug, and the two friends get excited over what more that can do with them. But as the Riders are starting to Train with hand signals, the twins have a falling out and it's announced that the chief of the Berserker Tribe is visiting for his annual signing of the Peace Treaty. Stoick instructs Hiccup to hide all the dragons for fear that their presence might be intimidating to the Berserkers. But without the twins' cooperation, Barf and Belch are proving hard to control. Meanwhile, Dagur, who has been a antagonistic bully toward Hiccup and Fishlegs for years, is found to be the new chief of the Berserkers. And he wants to kill a dragon as part of the peace treaty. Barf and Belch is the only dragon available, so Hiccup, Astrid, Fishlegs, and Snotlout desperately try to get the twins to reconcile before either their dragon is killed, or the two tribes are thrust into war. Once the twins agree to work together again to save their dragon, Hiccup quickly comes up with a plan to use hand signals from far away to stage a dragon attack and scare Dagur and the Berserkers off.
In "Defiant One", once again Hiccup and Snotlout display rivalry when Snotlout refuses to follow Hiccup's orders and flies off to do a rescue mission his own way. At first Hiccup is relieved at not having to deal with him any more, but Astrid again snaps him out of it, and Hiccup chases Snotlout down in hopes of bringing him back. The two get caught up in a large water spout, and crash land with Toothless on Outcast Island. With Toothless' tail fin destroyed and Hookfang separated from his rider by the water spout, they have immense difficulty working together in finding a way to get back home. Thanks to Snotlout's arrogance, Hiccup is eventually found and captured by Alvin. But Toothless persuades Snotlout into rescuing him, and together they finally manage to beat the Outcasts off long enough to fix Toothless' tail and escape.
In "Breakneck Bog", Hiccup is trying to help his father and Gobber search for Johann's ship after he's late adding because there's apparently something on it that Stoick desperately wants. Frustrated that Stoick won't give him details, Hiccup finally decides to search for Johann alone, again in hopes of proving himself. Astrid and Snotlout get him to allow them to join in the search, and despite Hiccup demanding that no one else know where they're going, Snotlout invites Fishlegs and the twins to come along with them. While flying, Johann unconscious on a piece of wood debris in the sea, and when he comes to, Johann tells Hiccup that what he had on his ship was actually for him, not his father. And that it was from his mother. Finding new desperation to find the ship, Hiccup sends Johann back to the safety of Berk with Snotlout and the twins. He leads Astrid and Fishlegs to Breakneck Bog, where a mysterious "fog monster" is said to be. They find the ship stuck in the top of a tree, which they all found to be very creepy. Once aboard, Hiccup searches for the chest that Johann said the object was suppose to be in, and finally finds it, only to have it snatched away again by the "fog monster". The Riders chase the "monster" on their dragons and discover that it's actually a pack of Smokebreath dragons, which collect metallic objects for their nest. But Hiccup is insistent on getting the chest back, and finally manages to get it away from the wild dragons and bring it home. At Stoick's instruction, Hiccup finally opens the chest to see a toy dragon that his mother had made him when he was a baby. He's in disbelief to hear that he was once frightened by dragons and had thrown the toy into the ocean when he had been young. But now he holds the toy as a treasure, due to being the only memory of Valka he has.
In "Gem of a Different Color", Gobber is teaching the teens hand-to-hand combat, and pairs Hiccup with Astrid. As he's still small and rather weak, Astrid has him pinned to the ground in no time. Everyone is curious at Fishlegs' absence, however, and are intrigued when he shows up later that evening with a glowing object. At first they think it's a "Stone of Good Fortune", but soon realize that it's actually a dragon egg. Hiccup accompanies Fishlegs back to the island where he found it so it can be returned. Snotlout unfortunately steals more in hopes of selling them, so Hiccup, Astrid, and Fishlegs desperately try to collect all the eggs before the mothers attack and endanger the village. While reading up on this new dragon species, Fishlegs blames himself for all the trouble and Hiccup assures him that it could have happened to anyone and no one holds it against him. After Fishlegs finally returns the last egg to the mother, Hiccup draws a lift of this new dragon to the Book of Dragons.
In "We Are Family, Part 1" and Part 2, Hiccup and the Riders are working on their new dragon calls, and practicing for the parade they're expected to put on for Bork Week. But at seeing each of the other dragons having others of the same species to parade with, Hiccup feels bad for Toothless, being the only known of his kind. Later, Stoick and the Berk Council present Hiccup with Bork’s Papers, which are filled with info on dragons that was never included in the Book of Dragons. That night as Hiccup is looking through the new treasure, he finds papers on an island where Night Furies like Toothless are said to originate. Originally he plans for the Riders to accompany him in finding the island, but reading that Night Furies are hostile forward other species of dragons, he sneaks away during the night alone. At arriving, he uses his dragon call to see if other Night Furies might answer, and to his and Toothless' delight, one appears from behind a rock a short distance away. But Hiccup senses something is not right and calls Toothless back, just as he and Toothless are jumped by Alvin and the Outcasts. Turns out Mildew has joined forces with Alvin and planted fake info in the Bork Papers in hopes of luring Hiccup and his dragon to the island. They're taken to the Outcast prison where Alvin offers Hiccup his freedom in exchange for teaching him how to train dragons. Hiccup refuses and is locked up, while Toothless is muzzled and caged in another part of the island. Separated from his dragon and losing hope, he witnesses Mildew being locked up across the aisle, and even has sympathy for the old man when Alvin snatches Mildew's pet sheep from his arms, and suggests Mildew will be eating the sheep for his next meal. He agrees to join alliances with Mildew in escaping and getting their animals back. Once out of their cells, Hiccup trains a wild Nadder in aiding them, much to Mildew's distrust. Meanwhile, Toothless manages to use his own wit in escaping his muzzle and cage and goes looking for Hiccup. Rider and Dragon reunite just as Stoick, Gobber, and the rest of the teens show up to rescue them. They fight off the Outcasts once more, and leave for home, though Mildew falls from the dragon and is once again captured by the Outcasts. Back on Berk, the festivities for Bork Week begin complete with the dragon parade. With Hiccup leading the other dragons on Toothless, he's happy to call his friends and their dragons to Toothless' family.
Dragons:Defenders of Berk
In "Live and Let Fly", after Hiccup was captured and locked up by the Outcasts, Stoick gives him and the other Riders a "no dragon flying" policy, in an attempt to keep him safe. Hiccup knows that the safest place, however, is on the back of his loyal fire breathing dragon. In hopes of still defending himself against an attack, Hiccup constructs his first shield in Gobber's forge. But soon resorts to flying Toothless despite Stoick's new rule. Astrid finds out about Hiccup's defiance, and the two of them come up with "Dragon Flight Club"; a secret dragon flying society that trains at night, and without the knowledge of their chief. They go on a few training missions until Stoick catches them flying dragons and, hoping to stay out of trouble, they're forced to lay low for a while. But they do manage to catch an Outcast ship in Berk waters and stay ahead of Stoick in fighting them off. Stoick then changes his mind about the no-flying policy, and allows his son and the other Riders to fly their dragons again.
In "The Iron Gronckle", when Fishlegs starts to feel bad for slowing his team down, he offers to stay behind and hold up the rear, to which Hiccup reluctantly agrees. But Hiccup later feels bad for not assuring Fishlegs of his importance, no matter his speed. When he tries to talk Fishlegs into rejoining the Riders in patrolling the waters off Berk for more Outcast ships, Fishlegs has decided he's needed more by the village for Meatlug's production of Gronckle Iron. Hiccup uses the new Iron in his shield, but eventually the Gronckle Iron production takes a wrong turn and Meatlug starts magnetically attracting any metal objects near by. In fear, she charges through the village and Hiccup helps Fishlegs try to catch her, only to have her attract his metal leg. Attached to Meatlug by the leg, Hiccup is carried over the sea as she continues fleeing in fear. Fishlegs rides Toothless after them in pursuit, but before Fishlegs can tickle Meatlug's belly to get her to regurgitate whatever is making her magnetic, they spot an Outcast ship below. Hiccup comes up with the idea of flying Meatlug close to the ship, thus pulling any metal weaponry and ship hardware out of the Outcasts' hands before they even know what's happening. It works perfectly, however now there are many sharp weapons chasing the slowest dragon and Hiccup starts fearing for both his and Meatlug's life. It's then that Fishlegs finally tickles Meatlug's belly, sending regurgitated rocks and all the metal objects stuck to her body as well as those that had been chasing her to the decks of the Outcast ship below, leading to its sinking. Hiccup detaches from her too, and Toothless catches him by flying underneath. Back at Berk, Hiccup apologises to Fishlegs for being too quick in letting him stay behind while on missions, and reminds him that every one of the Riders plays an important part.
In "The Night and the Fury", Hiccup lets Astrid decide on a training mission, and she chooses for the Riders to spend the night on Dragon Island without their dragons or even any camping gear to work on their survival skills while around wild dragons. He supports the mission even though no one else does. Once on the island, he had no problems dealing with the wild dragons on his own, including a herd of wild Gronckles. But when he spots a camp fire, he gets annoyed that one of his friends isn't following the rules of the mission, and he goes to confront them. Instead of one of the Riders, however, he's surprised to find Dagur, who says he's on Dragon Island to hunt dragons. The two spend some awkward moments talking by the fire, and Dagur, grateful for Hiccup's bravery during the staged dragon attack back on Berk and seemingly saving his life, tries to bond with his younger comrade by pointing out their similarities, and even addressing him as "brother". Hiccup plays along until it's found that the Riders' dragons have gotten out of the cave where Tuff was suppose to be keeping them until the mission was over, and Dagur tries to kill Toothless. Hiccup manages to distract Dagur long enough for Toothless to get away, as one by one, they come across the other Riders. Hiccup eventually sends them away with their own dragons for their own safety, as he continues "hunting" Toothless with Dagur. When Dagur doesn't give up on wanting to kill Toothless, Hiccup finally comes clean and admits that the dragon attack that Dagur remembers was staged, and that he and the Riders ride dragons rather than hunt them. Feeling betrayed, Dagur tries to kill Hiccup but Hiccup manages to use his shield to fight back and finally gets away. Though not before Dagur vows to get his revenge, landing him as an enemy.
In "Tunnel Vision", Berk's well has gone dry so Hiccup has Fishlegs help him in trying to find out why. When he falls to the bottom, Toothless rushes down to save him, only to be caught at the bottom too, since the well is too narrow to fly back up. So the two explore the tunnels at the bottom, and soon learn that hatchling Whispering Deaths drained the well with their burrowing. While exploring, they come across a much bigger tunnel than any of the Whispering Deaths could have made. After being chased for some time by the hatchlings, they finally find a way back to the surface in time to see that a Titan Wing Whispering Death; a Screaming Death; is what caused the larger tunnels. The young wild dragons are starting to tear up Berk, while Hiccup and the Riders try to chase them away. Hiccup learns that the Screaming Death doesn't have the weakness of disliking direct sunlight, and uses that and its size against it, which in time injures it and forces it and its smaller siblings to retreat. Knowing Whispering Deaths always return to their birthplace however, Hiccup warns that the Screaming Death will return someday.
In "Race to Fireworm Island", when Snotlout and Hookfang rejoin the other Riders after training on their own, Hiccup points out how tired Hookfang appears. Snotlout brushes Hiccup's concern off, and continues to push his dragon to the limits. Later back at the Academy, Hookfang is looking and acting worse, and Fishlegs turns to the Dragon Manual on how to help him. They learn that other Stoker Class dragons can share their fire and rekindle the fire of a member who's ill. So the Riders scour the island for Fireworm dragons, collecting as many as they can find, and bring them back to Hookfang. It proves to not be enough, however, and Snotlout is getting desperate when Hiccup notices the twins playing with some of the Fireworms and how they glow brighter the closer they are to another Fireworm. So he puts some Fireworms in a lantern and has them lead him and the other Riders to Fireworm Island where they can access more Fireworms. Despite Hiccup's instructions, Snotlout rushes inside the Fireworm caves so Hiccup and Toothless chase after him. Inside they come across a hive, filled with a comb of royal jelly, which they observe the Fireworms eat to maintain their fire. Again despite Hiccup's advisement, Snotlout breaks off a piece of the comb to bring back to Hookfang, when the Fireworm Queen appears and fiercely defends her hive. With Toothless' help, the two race out of the cave, only to be headed off by the Queen who somehow found a shortcut. The other Riders fend off the Queen so Hiccup and Snotlout can get out, and Snotlout offers the piece of comb to Hookfang, insisting he eat it to get well. But Hookfang, in protection of his Rider, throws the comb back to the Queen before collapsing. Hiccup and the others fear there's nothing more that can be done for Hookfang, when suddenly the Fireworm Queen grabs the other dragon and gives him a dose of her venom. In shock, they all think Hookfang is about to die, but Snotlout discovers that his dragon is getting his heat and coloring back. Hookfang then straightens up and lights himself ablaze, a sure sign that he's on the mend. The Queen then retreats back into her cave and the Riders return to Berk. Later, Hiccup invites Snotlout to join them in a mission, but Snotlout declines, stating that Hookfang needs more time to rest and enjoy himself before going back to work.
In "Fright of Passage", Hiccup finds Astrid at the Academy "killing" inanimate objects in preparation for the Flightmare's return after 10 years. He remains sensitive to her feelings about it, and tries his best to steer their friends' conversations in another direction. When she prepares to go after the Flightmare alone, he tries to stop her, but after they talk to Fishlegs about why it seems to take the same path every time it comes to Berk, Hiccup agrees to go with Astrid to observe the wild dragon since Toothless is the best dragon for stealth. He tries to get her to agree that they're only going to observe it, and she only half heartedly agrees, filling him with doubt. When they come across it, Astrid jumps off of Toothless and faces the dragon alone, frightening Hiccup over her safety. The dragon paralyzes her, and the two friends discover that Astrid's uncle Finn had also been paralyzed rather than frozen in fear as beloved, tarnishing her family's name. Wanting to help Astrid clear her family name, Hiccup agrees to help Astrid fight it off. They soon discover the glowing algae that the dragon eats, which Toothless also has a taste of, causing him to glow in a similar manner as the Flightmare. Unable to hide in the clouds with Toothless glowing, they hide in a cave and devise a plan on how to lead it away from the village. Thankfully the glow wears off and Fishlegs appears with Meatlug and Stormfly with an announcement that he thinks he knows why the wild dragon takes the same route every time. The three decide to divert the river with glowing algae out to sea so the dragon will follow it away from the village. Hiccup has Toothless blast a new channel toward the sea while Astrid fights the Flightmare on Stormfly and Fishlegs and Meatlug start work to dam the original passage. When the Flightmare still heads toward the village, the three Riders have their dragons eat the algae and intimate the dragon with their combined brightness. Once it's heading out to sea, they return to Berk with the news that they lead it away, and Hiccup makes an announcement that Astrid's uncle was indeed fearless and her family name is restored.
In "Worst in Show", since Hiccup has the most intelligent and fastest dragon out of the all the Riders, Snotlout states that no competition is fair when doing training exercises. So Fishlegs comes up with a way to give every one a level playing field. Hiccup insists it doesn't always need to be a competition, but humors Fishlegs' idea of each training a Terrible Terror. He's assigned a green one whom he names Sharpshot, and trains it to precisely shoot moving objects from a distance. When Meatlug is dragon-napped by Alvin, Savage, and Mildew, who are spying on Berk, Hiccup chases after them with Fishlegs, and soon comes up with an idea of how to free Meatlug. So with Fishlegs riding with him on Toothless, Hiccup leads the other Riders and their dragons, including the Terrors, to the ship where Meatlug is tied. They each use their Terrors to help free Fishlegs' dragon, including Sharpshot who blasts the chains confining her. Once Meatlug is free and Fishlegs reunites with her, the Riders rejoice at the success of the competition, to which Hiccup again states his dislike for competitions.
In "Appetite for Destruction", Hiccup and the other Riders are busy tagging wild dragons various colors so they can know which island they're from. He even enjoys using his shield to help him. But when it's found that dragons of different colors are congregating on single islands, he sends a Terror Mail to Fishlegs whose idea the color tagging was. When Fishlegs arrives with Snotlout to help investigate, Hiccup, Fishlegs, and Astrid go out to find why dragons are leaving their home islands. They find that whole islands are either disappearing or sinking into the sea, and soon discover that it's the Screaming Death causing them to do so. Trying to think of a way to stop the giant wild dragon before it reaches Dragon Island and all the dragons that have taken refuge there, much less Berk which wouldn't be far behind, they send another Terror Mail to Berk asking for Snotlout's and the Twins' assistance. Meanwhile, Hiccup tries to lure the Screaming Death away while Astrid and Fishlegs stay on Dragon Island to keep track of all the new dragons arriving. Fishlegs finally realizes that all the wild dragons on the island can help them fight off the Screaming Death, and they rally together to overwhelm the giant dragon, scaring it off just as Snotlout and the Twins arrive. Unfortunately, the fight left Dragon Island damaged and it starts to sink into the sea. So Fishlegs has Meatlug and the wild Gronckles spew lava into the cracks to stabilize it. With the dragons and the island again safe for the time being, Hiccup tells Fishlegs that he's the hero of the day, but again warns that the Screaming Death is still out there and will still one day find its way bash to Berk.
In "Zippleback Down", during a session on disarming dragon traps at the Academy by Gobber, the Twins almost get themselves killed. So Hiccup tells them it's best if they sit this mission out. Insulted, they leave to go find a trap to disarm anyway. While out finding traps with Toothless, Hiccup realizes how long it's been since it rained, and the ground is ripe for fire season. He rushes back to the village to warn his father, but is annoyed when Stoick already knows and is preparing. He tells his son to keep an extra eye on the Twins, knowing they'd be very likely to start a fire with their carelessness. Worried, Hiccup and Toothless go searching for the Twins before they burn the island down. Unfortunately, he notices smoke and follows it, just knowing the Twins are somehow to blame. He finds them in the company of a giant Typhoomerang, and crash lands Toothless near by after Toothless' tail fin catches fire and is destroyed. Though alarmed at first, Hiccup soon discovers that the Typhoomerang is actually Torch all grown up. With Torch's help, they snatch Tuff out of a tree where he got caught in a net trap, and they fly further away from the fire so Hiccup can have time to think of what to do about the situation. Tuff's bad ideas actually give Hiccup a good one, and he has the dragons burn a line of vegetation so the fire will run out of fuel, and then has Torch condense the remaining fire where it can be blasted out with one swift Typhoomerang typhoon. With the fire out, Torch carries Hiccup, the Twins, and their dragons back to the village where the other Riders are reunited with the now grown dragon. At hearing a dragon call in the distance, Torch nuzzles Tuff, who in turn asks Hiccup what the dragon is doing. Hiccup tells him that Torch is saying good bye, and the giant dragon flies off. Tuff then asks if someone can get him loose from the net trap now, and Hiccup is about to oblige only to be stopped by Gobber who insists that Tuff got himself in the trap, so he needs to figure out himself how to get out.
In "A View to a Skrill, Part 1" and Part 2, the Riders rush toward a frozen island where they see one of Berk's fishing boats is under attack by a Berserker ship. After fighting the Berserkers off, they're told by Mulch that they were probably attacked because they saw a dragon that the Berserkers were in the process of digging out of the ice. Hiccup is astounded at seeing this new dragon, and decides to have their dragons blast an ice chunk with the presumed carcass out of the glacier and take it back to Berk to study it. Once back at the Academy, Hiccup has Fishlegs tell Meatlug to melt the chunk of ice just enough to get a better look. The two geek over this new discovery, and run off to fetch the Dragon Manual to look into it further. Later, in the Great Hall, Stoick is discussing with the Berk Council what to do about the Berserkers attacking Mulch and Bucket's innocent fishing boat, declaring war. Just then Hiccup, Fishlegs, and Astrid burst in with the Dragon Manual, and news that this frozen dragon is a Skrill, and that it might still be alive. They rush back to the Academy, but it's too late, as the Twins and Snotlout have carelessly melted the ice and freed the wild dragon. As it's putting everyone in the arena in danger of electric shock, they allow it to escape. Stoick then tells Hiccup of how when he was a boy, his grandfather told him about Berserkers leading into battle with dragons that drew lighting from the sky. Fearful that Dagur and the Berserkers could get a hold of one again, the Riders and Stoick hurriedly chase after it. But Dagur is already in pursuit of the dragon, and a fight breaks out over it. Hiccup helps his father fight Dagur while the other Riders lure the Skrill away. It chased the Twins, and just as it's about to blast them with an electric shock, Hiccup and Toothless rush in to defend them. The combined blast of Toothless' shot and the Skrill's sends the three dragons in opposite directions; the wild dragon crashing into the water below. The Twins crash land on a sea stack just in time to see Alvin pull the wild dragon aboard an Outcast ship.
Worried over where the Twins crashed landed after the powerful blast shared by the Skrill and Toothless, Hiccup goes searching for them. Disoriented by the electric storm, he decides to land on an island to wait it out. As it turns out, that island is Outcast Island, and after spying on the Outcasts for a bit, Ruff appears. Hiccup is excited to see that she's ok, and asks where Tuff is. At first Ruff jokes that her brother was killed, alarming Hiccup greatly, but soon admits that he's fine and hiding in a tree trunk a few feet away. Hiccup is confused by this, but continues to spy on the Outcasts, soon seeing that Dagur and the Berserkers are also present. Hiccup persuades Tuff to intermingle with the enemy soldiers so he can find out what's going on. After doing so, Tuff returns with the information that Alvin and Dagur have made an agreement to attack Berk together, after which Alvin will give Dagur the Skrill as payment for his help. Hiccup decided they need to free the Skrill right away before their village is attacked, so he sends Tuff back to release the dragon. Hiccup later approaches to see Outcast soldiers knocked out, and so sneaks in to help Tuff. As it's found, the Skrill is already gone, and they quickly need to flee before being caught by the enemy. They take to the air in hopes to find the dragon, only to find that Dagur had taken the Skrill without Alvin's permission and a fight breaks out between the two. Dagur appears to kill Alvin, and turns to fight Hiccup, since he knew that a Skrill's blast can match a Night Fury's. Hiccup outsmarts Dagur however, and gets the Skrill to electrocute him after he steps into a puddle of water. Now free, Hiccup has the Skrill chase him back to the frozen island where it was found. He flies into an ice cave and tricks the Skrill into a trap, after which the Twins use Barf and Belch to melt the ice at the crack in the glacier leading to the cave. The water refreezes and traps the Skrill in an icy enclosure again, and the three Riders and their dragons head back to Berk.
In "The Flight Stuff", during the time Hiccup and the other Riders are deciding what to do about a test weapon they've been told Dagur has been working on, Snotlout thinks he's seen three of the five "Sign Posts of Valhalla" and that he's dying. Despite Hiccup trying to convince him otherwise, Snotlout insists he train a replacement; Gustav. Hiccup and the others do enjoy watching the training, however, and eventually they decide to play along as a means of snapping Snotlout back to reality. So Hiccup starts training Gustav, until Snotlout discovers the twins were trying to trick him into thinking he was dying all along. Gustav is thrown out of the Academy, and Stoick approves Hiccup to go on a scouting mission to take a closer look at Dagur's test weapon. Unbeknownst to them, Gustav overhears Stoick's orders and gets a head start on the mission, only to be captured by Dagur. Hiccup and Snotlout, not far behind since they were scouting, have to rescue him, which lands Hiccup and Toothless captured instead. Under Snotlout's instruction, Gustav manages to free Hiccup, and helps blast Dagur's weapons before heading back home. Once back at the Academy, Hiccup agrees to make Gustav an auxiliary, back up rider in training fur his heroism.
In "Free Scauldy", Hiccup, Fishlegs, and the twins are heading to Changewing Island looking for the Screaming Death, but instead find a Sculdron stranded on shore after a rock slide pinned it down by the wing. They all want to rescue it, but that's proven difficult with a dangerous wild dragon. Hiccup ultimately decides maybe it's best to let nature take its course and leave the Sculdron to die. The dragon takes an interest in Ruff though, and Hiccup talks her through training it. Once she calms it down and has it focused on her, Hiccup and the orgs others remove the rocks from its wing with the help of their own dragons. Unfortunately, they then see that the wing is broken, so it can neither fly or swim on its own. So they attempt to piece together a giant splint out of logs, rope, and vines. Hiccup pulls all the rope from his shield and bolas, but it's soon found to not be enough. Just as an angry herd of Changewings are about to pounce and finish them all, Hiccup orders everyone to abandon Scauldy again. Ruff makes the hasty decision to cut her braids off to use as rope, and they all help the Sculdron mane it back to the sea before the Changewings get to the,. Hiccup lastly apologizes to Astrid for leaving her alone with Snotlout to search for the Screaming Death on their own, but she proves to him it wasn't so bad when she mockingly flirts with Snotlout, grossing both him and Hiccup out.
In "Frozen", Hiccup and the other Riders are locked inside one of the pens at the Academy to wait out a harsh winter storm. He's trying to be productive with the situation by giving a lecture, but the other Riders are stir crazy and have lost all focus. When Stoick comes in to announce that Johann hasn't arrived yet and might be stranded out in the weather, Hiccup is quick to volunteer to search for him as a means of getting out of the small quarters with his agitated friends. Stoick grants him permission, so he and Toothless fly out over the ocean searching for Johann. Hiccup discovers the ocean frozen solid, creating an ice bridge the likes of which he's never seen before. They meet Johann, who is ever so grateful for the rescue, and entertains Hiccup with one of his stories on the flight back to Berk. Once back, they find the village completely abandoned. At seeing movement in Fishlegs' house, Hiccup enters to investigate, but is knocked out when Fishlegs falls on too of him from the rafters above. When he comes to, Fishlegs hugs him and apologizes for falling on him, and explains what happened while Hiccup and Toothless were gone. Turns out a pack of Speed Singers somehow made it to the island and terrorized the village until Stoick ordered everyone to take shelter at the Cove. He also explains that the reason he stayed in the village was because Meatlug had been stung and was paralyzed, and Fishlegs couldn't bring himself to leave her. Hiccup and Johann help load Meatlug into a cart, and the three make their way to the Cove and the rest of the Villagers. Sadly they find many of them had also been stung and paralyzed, including Stoick, which greatly troubles Hiccup. Astrid runs to hug him at finding out he's ok, and she and Gobber fill him in on what's happening. Hiccup finally decides that the able Riders go searching for the Speed Stingers' hideout so they can capture the leader and lead the rest of the pack back off the island. So in teams of two, they search for the Stingers' cave. When Snotlout and Gustav fail to check their cave, the Riders head back and find the Stingers sleeping right where expected. Hiccup and Fishlegs capture the sleeping leader and gently try pulling it toward the cave they have prepared, but the leader suddenly wakes up, which wakes the rest of the pack up, too. In desperation, Astrid has Stormfly grab the cage and carry it toward the ice bridge, but a Stinger stings Stormfly, causing the duo to crash into the ice. Hiccup then has Toothless grab the cage and carry it further over the ice bridge. A Stinger manages to tear Toothless' tail, causing them too to crash, shattering the cage on impact. Thankfully Snotlout and Gustav, on Hookfang, blast a crack in the ice between Hiccup and Toothless, and the pack of Speed Stingers. Unable to get to the humans, the Stingers continue on their way across the ice bridge. Once the weather warms up a bit, Hiccup gives Johann a rude back to his ship, and as thanks, Johann gives Hiccup a large jar of squid ink. He begins telling another of his stories, but Hiccup has Toothless fly off long before he's able to finish.
In "A Tale of Two Dragons", Hiccup arranges for a Screaming Death drill, but it doesn't go as planned when Astrid and Snotlout exhibit some major conflict with each other. As a form of discipline, Stoick has him and the other Riders to tidy up Mildew's cabbage field to get it ready for planting. Hiccup is discouraged when Astrid and Snotlout continue to have issues, especially when Fishlegs points out that their dragons are getting involved this time, too. Unsure of how to handle them, Hiccup promises not to force them to work together the next day, and talks with his father that evening. Stoick suggests he trick them into working together. So the next day, Hiccup has Astrid and Snotlout work on either side of a dirt mound, out of sight of each other. They soon catch on, however, but continue to try to work together. Their dragons are still trying to fight, though, so Hiccup had to separate them again. Later, he comes up with the plan of them trading dragons for the day. When the day is over, they give him their reports of how it went with the other dragon, and it sounds to be a success. But again, the next day at the cabbage field, their dragons are fighting again. Fishlegs tells Hiccup that he discovered Dragon Root buried in the field, thus the reason the dragons are acting strange. But since Meatlug isn't affected, Hiccup has Fishlegs and Meatlug grab it and drop it safely into the sea.
In "The Eel Effect", the Eel Pox is ravaging through Berk, and Hiccup has organized the other Riders to collect the ingredients for a cure. Unfortunately, one of those ingredients is a Bloodvein Eel from Eel Island, and he volunteers himself and Toothless to retrieve one, not realizing that he's bringing the rest of the ingredients with him in Toothless' saddle bag. Once at the island, it at first appears easy to catch an eel with the help of his shield, but it backfires when Hiccup is pulled into the stream and attacked by a school of angry eels. Toothless dives in to rescue his rider, and bites an eel is half in his effort to do so. Once back on dry ground, Hiccup thanks Toothless just as the dragon starts to act strange. He accidently strikes Hiccup and knocks him out, so Toothless runs off in fear of hurting his rider again. Hiccup comes to just as nearby bushes are rustling, and is relived to find Fishlegs and Meatlug rather than Toothless coming back to fire again. With Fishlegs' supplies, Hiccup constructs a net to catch Toothless, and the two Riders go off to find him on Meatlug. When Toothless is found, a wild Typhoomerang finds them. So Hiccup has Fishlegs distract the wild dragon while he tries to wrangle Toothless and get him to fall into the trap he set. Finally the Typhoomerang is driven off and Toothless falls into the trap, with Meatlug sitting on him to be sure he can't escape, and Hiccup force feeds Toothless the Eel Pox cure. After Toothless regurgitates the eel and is back to his normal self, the two Riders and their dragons return to Berk to deliver the cure to the rest of the village. After logging their findings on what happens when a dragon eats an eel and Typhoomerangs in the Dragon Manual, Hiccup thanks Fishlegs for coming to look for them when he did, to which Fishlegs runs to give Hiccup a hug. And Hiccup is nearly crushed by the group hug shared by Fishlegs and Meatlug.
In "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes", Trader Johann has arrived in Berk again, and Gobber has Hiccup and Toothless help carry his trade of scrap metal to his forge. But the next morning when a bunch of metal objects seem to have been stolen, Hiccup and Astrid go around the village looking for clues. Unfortunately they come up empty handed, but that night Hiccup is awoken by Smothering Smokebreaths trying to snatch his metal leg. He and Toothless manage to fight the wild dragons off, while leaving his leg and helmet in tact. He realizes that the dragons must have arrived on Berk in the scrap metal that Gobber traded for, and he and Stoick question Johann about where he had gotten the metal. It's soon clear that it was planted by the Berserkers in hopes of all their metal weaponry being stolen away, leaving Berk defenseless. Hiccup goes to look for the nest the Smokebreaths surely would have created on the island, as he tries to figure out how to get them back to Breakneck Bog. Astrid interrupts him, however, saying that the Berserkers are attacking Berk and they need to figure out what to do about the Smokebreaths later. But Hiccup quickly comes up with a plan to both send the Smokebreaths away and fight off the Berserkers at the same time. Gathering whatever metal they still can, Hiccup has the other Riders lead the Smokebreaths to Dagur's fleet, dropping the metal on the boats, leading to the Smokebreaths tearing all the metal off the ships. Dagur's fleet is soon a pile of lumber floating in the sea, leaving them defenseless and Berk saved. Hiccup then talks Gobber into returning his scrap metal to Johann and having the trader bring the wild dragons back to Breakneck Bog, and returning all the metal they took to the villagers.
In "Bing! Bam! Boom!", after completely his Thunder Ear, Hiccup is excited to show it off to his father, saying it could help them hear the Screaming Death approaching, and has Fishlegs help demonstrate it. Stoick adds that they could use it to hear enemy ships approaching as well, just as a very strange noise is picked up by Hiccup's invention. He and Stoick ride out to see what it is, and find three baby Thunderdrums stranded on a sea stack. Assuming they're harmless and in no danger, the pair return to Berk. The next morning, however, they wake to mayhem in the village as the three Thunderdrums had followed them home and are destructively blasting everything in sight. Hiccup quickly volunteers the Academy to get them under control, but that's proven much harder than he had hoped. The only one who can get their attention at all is Thornado, but Stoick keeps needing him to help him run the village. After many attempts to get the baby Thunderdrums under control, Hiccup is entirely frustrated and discouraged when Stoick finally tells him that the young dragons need to go. But even their attempts to bring them to Dragon Island seem to fail until Stoick allows Thornado to help. When it's found that the wild dragons of Dragon Island weren't welcoming to the baby dragons, Stoick ultimately decides to release Thornado so he can protect the babies. Hiccup is heartbroken yet proud of his father for making such a decision about freeing Thornado and gladly gives him a ride back home on Toothless.
In "Cast Out, Part 1" and Part 2, Gobber is helping Hiccup and the other Riders with a training exercise, when Snotlout goes go with the plan and almost gets Astrid killed. Angry and fearful of what he might do next, Hiccup suspends Snotlout from the Academy. But confused over how to lead in such a situation, he turns to his father for advice. And he learns that being a leader isn't always easy. After Snotlout is bright back by Alvin and he shares news of the Screaming Death, Hiccup has the Academy prepare for its arrival, while upholding Snotlout's suspension. That night while Snotlout is talking to Alvin at the jail, Dagur sneaks Dragon Root into the Academy and releases the dragons from their pens in hopes that they'll kill each other, or at least their Riders while they try to get their dragons under control. Hiccup tries to help his friends while Stoick and other villagers try to fight off Dagur and his army. Unfortunately, Dagur manages to capture Stoick after he's knocked down and disarmed. Dagur tells Hiccup that he'll let Stoick go only if Hiccup is willing to trade Toothless for him and leaves for Outcast Island. Faced with an impossible decision, Hiccup is made Acting Chief in Stoick's absence. He finally goes to talk to Alvin and reluctantly agrees to become his ally if he'll help him get his father back unharmed. So Hiccup has Toothless carry himself and Alvin to Outcast Island where Alvin has a plan on getting in without being seen. With the help of Mildew who is still loyal to Alvin, Hiccup continues the plan to release his father and return the island to Alvin and his men. He sends a Terror Mail back to Berk with instructions on leading the Screaming Death to Outcast Island. Hiccup and Toothless are eventually captured by Dagur, but Alvin and Mildew arrive with Alvin's dragons to cause enough confusion so they can escape. The other Riders soon appear also with the Screaming Death close behind, and the resulting mayhem finally drives the Berserkers away, and leads to Dagur's capture and imprisonment in Outcast Island. With the Berserkers without their leader and the Outcasts their new allies, Hiccup, Stoick, and the others return to Berk to begin three of the most peaceful years their island ever had.
Dawn of the Dragon Racers
Hiccup and the other Riders, now about 18 years old, prepare for another annual Dragon Race, and begin reminiscing over how their Dragon Racing tradition actually started. So they flash back to a point shortly after the events of where Defenders of Berk left off. As it was, Silent Sven's sheep didn't like his new voice andth they all ran away just as the village was preparing for their big annual Regatta. Under Stoick's instruction, Hiccup and the other Dragon Riders fly around Berk to capture them, bringing an end to the chaos. Despite Hiccup's displeasure for competition, the other Riders turn it into a game to see who can collect the most sheep, and dub it "Dragon Racing". When they collect three sheep each, Silent Sven is then heard asking for the whereabouts of his prized possession: the Black Sheep. Hiccup tries to stop the competition, but the Riders proclaim that the black sheep would be the tie breaker and take off without listening. Hiccup ultimately decides he may as well join them and goes searching for the black sheep also. However he is stopped by Gobber, who tells him that Stoick wants to talk to him.
Stoick tells Hiccup that he will be out for a few days due tonimportant business. He appoints Hiccup as acting chief in his absence and gives him strict orders to continue preparing for the Regatta. As the other Riders discuss the rules and conditions of their new game, Hiccup sadly tells them that there will be no Dragon Racing. But they go against his orders behind his back and begin another race, which the villagers, as well as the Riders, have begun to view as better than the Regatta.
Hiccup tries to sway the opinions of the villagers back toward the Regatta but his friends are less than supportive. Soon a riot is about to break out in the Great Hall, and as acting chief, Hiccup finally feels it's best for everyone if he just give in and allow the dragon races to happen again.
After Stoick returns, Hiccup meekly explains to him that he has chosen to replace the Regatta with Dragon Racing because he has had to make hard choices for the good of the people. Unlike his expectations, his father agrees to run the Dragon Race instead, and even comes up with ideas such as face paints to give a warrior feel.
During the first annual Berk Dragon Race hosted by Stoick, Hiccup teams with Fishlegs to create Team Hiclegs, and they compete against Team Snotnuts (Snotlout, Ruffnut and Tuffnut). Astrid, who sprained her arm during the last race, acts as a referee. While Hiccup and Fishlegs are at a well looking for the black sheep, Hiccup spots Ruffnut and Tuffnut fly over and arrive with a black sheep and inwardly admits defeat. He goes back to the arena to congratulate Team Snotnuts on their victory, only to have Snotlout gloat over Hiccup's loss. But when Fishlegs arrives with another black sheep and Team Snotnuts' one is revealed to be a fake and is painted in black paint, Hiccup and Fishlegs are announced as the true winners. Stoick then relieves Hiccup as acting chief, and Hiccup and Toothless decide to take off and go before his father changes his mind.
As the flashback ends, and while remembering the events of that first Dragon Race three years earlier, the teens are reminded that Hiccup hates competition, it was Tuffnut who came up with the game as they knew it now, and Snotlout feels bad for having not contributed to the game at all. Only to be reminded by Hiccup that he's still important, and also was the person who invented the Sheep Launcher.
Dragons: Race to the Edge
In "Dragon Eye of the Beholder, Part 1"and "Dragon Eye of the Beholder, Part 2", Hiccup and the other riders attempt to track down Dagur. Trader Johann tells them he suspects that Dagur will be going to the Ship Graveyard, where Johann keeps his items. Once there, Hiccup and the others must wait for Dagur to arrive. Hiccup then decides to explore The Reaper, a ship which is, according to Johann, full of booby traps. Along with Toothless, Hiccup manages to evade the traps and finds the Dragon Eye in the commander's quarters. When they return to the deck, Hiccup is confronted by Dagur and his men, who demand Hiccup give the Dragon Eye in exchange for the lives of his fellow riders, who have been captured and locked in a dragon-proof cage. Hiccup gives Dagur the Dragon Eye and apparently lets him leave without resistance.He then attempts to free his friends, but finds that this will require time he does not have as he is planning to steal the Dragon Eye back, and goes after Dagur. Dagur uses a catapult to sink The Reaper, forcing Hiccup to stop chasing him to help his friends. However, having saved them, Hiccup tracks Dagur down and reclaims the Dragon Eye.
Hiccup, Gothi, and the other riders then go to Glacier Island to get a tooth from a Snow Wraith dragon, which they believe is the key to unlocking the Dragon Eye. They are successful in getting a tooth but can not unlock the Dragon Eye. While studying it later that night, Hiccup figures out that the Dragon Eye can only work with a dragon's flame to light up the information inside it.
In "Imperfect Harmony", Hiccup then received permission from Stoick and Berk's Council to explore beyond the Archipelago to discover new dragons and track Dagur down.
In "When Darkness Falls", following a close encounter with Death Song on Melody Island, Hiccup and the other riders then searched for island to act as their base. After checking many islands, they then found one. They also found on the island a flock of Night Terrors under their alpha, Smidvarg. After helping the night terrors, Hiccup and the others started to build the outpost, to which they call it Dragon's Edge.
In "Gone Gustav Gone", following Gustav Larson's visit, Hiccup discovered more lenses for the dragon eye thanks to his help.
In "Reign of Fireworms", Hiccup was also able to work with the night terrors to lure the Fireworms away from Dragon's Edge.
In "Crushing It", Hiccup and the other riders then defended the outpost against a new dragon they discovered called the Rumblehorn. He then convinced his father to come to the edge to help them in order to ease him up. Together they discovered that the Rumblehorn was trying to save them from a tidal wave. Together, Hiccup, Stoick and the Rumblehorn, whom Stoick names Skullcrusher, save the edge from the tidal wave.
In "Quake, Rattle and Roll", Hiccup journeys to Dark Deep with Fishlegs after they discover the location of the legendary island. There they encounter both unfriendly Gronkles and a Catastrophic Quaken who is known as Tormentor.
In "Have Dragon Will Travel, Part 1", when an unknown dragon attacked an innocent ship near Berk, Hiccup and the riders decided to investigate. After learning about the Razorwhip from the Dragon Eye, they went to an island with sea slugs to find the dragon and it's rider which they soon discovered that it was Heather.
In "Have Dragon Will Travel, Part 2", Hiccup helped freeing Heather and Windshear from Dagur and his fleet and returned back to the Edge. Later that evening, Hiccup discovered that his father's crest was sealed on Heather's Horn and immediately left for Berk to ask his father if Heather was his sister. He ended up learning that she is Dagur's sister, and tells Heather about it.
In "The Next Big Sting", Hiccup then worked on his prototype flightsuit, Dragonfly I. After testing his flightsuit, Hiccup and the other riders then found a Speed Stinger. Then they discover that it has webbed feet, which makes him walk on water, which did gave Hicup an idea on his flightsuit.
In "Total Nightmare", Hiccup then helped Snotlout and Hookfang to defend Girl Hookfang's eggs from a Titan Wing Monstrous Nightmare.
In "Team Astrid", Hiccup and the rest searched for Dagur after he attacked Berk. He also watched as Astrid trained a new team of riders to defend Berk. However, he and the others inadvertently led Dagur to Dragon's Edge. However, Hiccup then received reinforcements and were able to drive Dagur away.
"Night of the Hunters, Part 1" & 2, when Stormfly was captured by Ryker Grimborn and his Dragon Hunters, Hiccup searched the sea for Astrid. He then helped her to find information on the Hunters on The Reaper. After finding a lens and getting acid from a Changewing, Hiccup then found a Dragon Hunter port nearby. Hiccup and the rider then went to Ryker's ship to free Stormfly. Unfortunately, Astrid, the twins, and Fishlegs were captured. Hiccup, and Snotlout were then forced to retreat.
Hiccup and Snotlout then went to the Screaming Death's Island. There, they made armor for Toothless and Hookfang. Together, Hiccup and Snotlout were able to rescue the other riders and escape Ryker and his Hunters.
In "Bad Moon Rising", Hiccup then discovered information on the legend of the Lycanwing. On Lycanwing Island, Hiccup and Fishlegs discovered that the legend was just to hide more of the dragon eye lenses.
In "Snotlout Gets the Axe", Hiccup then accompanied Snotlout and Astrid to wedding between the Jorgensons and Hoffersons to the Island of Friga. However, on the way there, Snotlout accidentally dropped the Ceremonial Axe on an island. There, they found the axe on the back of a Armorwing. They were unable to remove the axe, but were able to get some Smothering Smokebreaths to free the axe. Hiccup then defended the Armor wing by leading the Smokebreaths away.
"The Zippleback Experience"
Hiccup and Toothless then saved Barf and Belch's life from an avalanche, earning a life debt from them. Hiccup became annoyed by this when they filled his hut with fish and damaged his leg. Hiccup was then captured by Dagur's men and taken to Ryker's ship where they demanded the information from dragon eye from him. However, Hiccup was then saved by Barf & Belch, ending their life debt.
In "Snow Way Out", Hiccup was informed by Astrid that Ryker was heading to Glacier Island to capture a Snow Wraith. Hiccup and the riders ended up discovering a Snow Wraith Pack which were captured by Ryker's hunters, but then relocated by Hiccup to another island. Hiccup then tried to shoot Heather down but Astrid stopped him, telling that she was working with the Hunters as a spy. At first, Hiccup was disappointed that Astrid kept this from him. However, he was pleased to know that Ryker was not the leader of the Dragon Riders, but was Viggo Grimborn.
In "Edge of Disaster, Part 1", Hiccup received a message from Trader Johann that his ship was under attack by Dragon Hunters. He took Snotlout, Fishlegs and their dragon with them, leaving only Astrid and the twins to defend the Edge. As they approached Johann's ship, they saw he was under attack by a pack wild dragons from Forest Island. At first, they were able to drive the wild dragons away, but Fishlegs was then captured by the pack's alpha, Scardian. Hiccup, Snotlout and Johann then approached the wild dragons' nest. At first, Hiccup thought they had never seen humans before, but realized that they had been brutally captured by the Dragon Hunters.
In "Edge of Disaster, Part 2", Hiccup was able to convince Scardian and his pack that he was their friends by using his flightsuit. With the Scardian's pack, Hiccup was able to stop Dagur's and Ryker's attack on the Edge.
In "Shock and Awe", Hiccup then assisted Fishlegs in studying a Seashocker that had entered the Edge's lagoon. He then helped it rejoin it's pod by defending it from Scauldrons.
In "A Time to Skrill", Hiccup and the other riders then tracked the Frozen Skrill down as it looked for him and Toothless. However, it was captured by Dagur, Ryker and their men. However, the Skrill was then saved by Hiccup and then repaid the debt by helping Hiccup and his riders to escape. Hiccup thus decided to let the Skrill be free.
"Maces and Talons, Part 1" & 2, Hiccup then attacked one of Ryker's and Dagur's convoy to free the captured dragons. During this time, Astrid became concerned that Heather's role as their spy would be discovered. However, Hiccup assured her that Heather would be able to handle it, knowing Windshear would get her out. Hiccup attempted to stop Viggo from capturing a Flightmare but ended being outsmarted.
As they searched Viggo's ship, Hiccup then realized that the Edge and the Dragon Eye were unprotected. At first, Hiccup thought the Eye had been taken but was relieved that Snotlout and Tuffnut hidden in a cave. When Hiccup and the riders went to Dragon Hunter Island in searching for Heather, Windshear and the Flightmare, Viggo paralyzed him with the Flightmare and took the Dragon Eye.
In "Enemy of My Enemy", Hiccup goes on a flight with Toothless, despite Astrid warning him not to. He lands on an island, where he encounters Dragon Hunters. It seems unlikely that he and Toothless will be able to escape, but Dagur, who has been living on the island, unexpectedly comes to their rescue. While at first Hiccup doesn't believe Dagur could be sincere, he changes his mind when Dagur saves him and Toothless and they even shake hands. As he escapes from the island, he tells Toothless that they'll have to come back for Dagur.
In "Crash Course", Hiccup along with the other riders help Snotlout, Hookfang and the Fireworm Queen defeat a wild Cavern Crasher who was scavenging for eggs.
In "Follow the Leader", While Hiccup and Astrid go out exploring, Snotlout and the twins use all the Nightmare gel to burn things. Fishlegs was supposed to be supervising them, but instead goes exploring on his own and finds an ancient cave full of dragons similar to Night Terrrors. On returning, Hiccup gets mad at Fishlegs for not stopping the therefrom wasting the gel and doesn't want to listen about the ancient cave. He later tries to apologize to Fishlegs but fails. That night, he is woken up by Meatlug who leads his and the other riders to the Night Terror cave. They found Fishlegs but are attacked by the Night Swarms. With the help of Darkvarg, a dragon Fishlegs befriends, the gang escapes. The next day, Hiccup and Fishlegs apologize to each other and go to explore the cave again.
In "Turn and Burn", Hiccup and Snotlout help Stoick in his search for Spitelout. They find him on Storehouse Island, which was attacked by a Singetail. They try fighting it off, but give up when more dragons arrive.
In "Buffalord Soldier", hile on patrol, Astrid contracts the Scourge of Odin, a deadly disease that will kill her unless the gang can obtain the antidote, saliva of the Buffalord dragon, within three days. The team manages to locate a Buffalord, which were thought to be extinct, but when Hiccup attempts to bring the Buffalord's saliva back to the Edge, he realizes this is impossible as it dries almost immediately. He then tries to bring the Buffalord back to the Edge, but the usually peaceful dragon reacts violently, showing it is actually very powerful, and this plan is abandoned. Instead, they bring Astrid to the Buffalord. However, just before they can give her the antidote, Viggo arrives and captures the Buffalord, revealing that he was responsible for Astrid's illness and this was just part of his plan to capture a Buffalord. Hiccup offers to give him the Buffalord as long as Viggo lets him take the saliva to cure Astrid. Viggo agrees and Hiccup is able to cure Astrid. As Viggo leaves with the Buffalord thinking he's gotten the better end of the deal, the Buffalord puffs up, breaks free of it's cage, and starts to destroy Viggo's ship because it is still chained to the ship. The hunters are forced to release the dragon and the riders fly back to the edge knowing the Buffalord is safe.
In "A Grimm Retreat", the Dragon Riders asked Hiccup to go vacation due to overworking, mostly due to Hiccup's stress on defeating Viggo. While they got there, their dragons ends up being insane due to grimoras. So, Hiccup and his friends sprinkle salt water on them and leave.
In "To Heather or Not to Heather", Hiccup helps Heather and made her into a dragon rider. By the end of the episode, he gets a letter from Dagur, who said that he is looking for her.
In "Stryke Out", Hiccup and Toothless end up being captured by Dragon Hunters and Toothless was forced to fight other dragons. By the end, they had to fight a triple stryke, but they managed to free it and escape...
In "Tone Death", Hiccup had rescues a death song egg from being taken away by the Dragon Hunters. During the middle, they were trying to get Garff, the name they called the hatchling, to be comfortable. By the end, they got him back to Melody Island.
In "Between a Rock and Hard Place", Hiccup tries to figure out why Vigoo is taking marble. Then they see quakes cruelty torture pd by Dragon Hunters to get the marble, who even controlled them. However Fishlegs managed to tame them, and they destroyed Viggo’s armory, which was made of that marble.
In "Family on the Edge", Hiccup reunites with Dagur, and tries to help him ride dragons secretly. He even gets more intense when he sees what Heather will do to Dagur. When they try to attack Viggo’s fleet, Dagur ends up nearly losing his life to save Hiccup, who ends up finding out that it was a trap.
In "Last Auction Heroes", Hiccup picks up Johann after he got information about Viggo’s auction. So he tries to stop the auction and gets trapped and lost Berk’s gold.
In "Defenders of the Wing Part 1" & 2, Hiccup was called by Virgo to make a truce on which below the line, he can save the dragons and above the line, Virgo wil Hunt dragons. So Hiccup goes to Defenders of the Wing Island, due to it being near the island. The tribe misunderstood them, thinking that they are Viggo’s men, even with the map which Virgo did the truce. Hiccup realized that Viggo used him as a diversion to get the eruptodon. Hiccup then tries to reason with her, saying that they were tricked too. Hiccup did get the eruptodon back and made the Defenders of the Wing tribe their allies.
In "Gruff Aound the Edges", Hiccup meets Ruffnut and Tuffnut’s coursing, Grufnutt. Hiccup had some suspicions about Gruffnut’s behavior.
In "Midnight Scrum", Hiccup sees that Viggo put a price on his head. While celebrating Berk’s 400th Anniversary, Hiccup becomes tensed about the bounty. During the night, he was kidnapped by Amos and Berthel, who was ambushed and taken away by Savage. Throw was sent by Mala to save Hiccup, but was defeated by Krogan. He gave him to Ryker, but Krogan was betrayed. Hiccup tries to escape, but Krogan catches him. They fall down the cliff as he sees that it was Krigan that was in the auction. However, they were saved by the Dragon Riders and Hiccup manages to get his leg back.
In "Not Lout", Hiccup attends Spitelout opening his storehouse. Snot loud ends up being tensed and nearly gets them killed. Hiccup tries to reason with Snotlout, but then he also told him to thrown away the dragon root arrows. Hiccup tries to attack Viggo’s dragon root field, but was stopped by Snotlout, who tried to warn them that it’s a trap.
In "Saving Shattermaster", Malta tells Hiccup about a mysterious man in the Northern Marketds, Hiccup and Heather disguise themselves and find out Dagur was alive and was working with the Dragon Hunters. But Dagur then explained he was doing this to save his dragon Shattermaster.
In "Dire Straits", Hiccup sees that none of the traders arrived. As they swim down, they see that a submaripper that caused the trouble, and Virgo chained them there. So Hiccup tried to use a cauldron and death song amber. He managed to free the creature from the submariner, though it nearly cost his life as Virgo was attacking the boat the rest were in.
In "The Longest Day", during the week of the Midnight Sun, Hiccup hears a Dragon in distress and sees a Dragon Hunter Ship near the island and a small shadow dragon, only to realize the dragon was luring humans into the trap. They try to escape, but failed too. As they try to outrun the small shadow wing, they shoot at the small shadows and create a dense fog and escape, while the shadow wing hits the water.
In "Gold Rush", Hiccup meets Dagur, who claims to have known where was Virgo hiding the gold. As they went past some ruins, they were ending up on a wild goose chase. Ryker ends up capturing Hiccup and Hiccup manages to get some information from Virgo, that the gold as in the ruins.
In "Out of the Frying Pan", Hiccup, Fishlegs and Mala went down the volcano to the sacred nesting place of the eruptodon, where they encountered many fire terrors and lost the egg. They then realize that they were just delivering the egg.
In "Twintuiton", Hiccup tries to figure out how he can break the dragon proof chains. Then Tuffnut comes to ask Hiccup to fix Macey, but he refuses and tells him that he can let Gobber fix it. However, they went to the Northern Markets. Hiccup and the gang managed to rescue them from Virgo and got some information about Project Shellfire.
In "Blindsided", Hiccup and Astrid we’re trying to tame Sleuther. During a storm, Astrid ends up being blind. Hiccup tries to look for the sleuthed and tells Astrid that she must stay, but he fails to. Hiccup encounters the triple Stryke and tries to tame. Hiccup then sees Astrid using all her senses. hiccup called in Gothi who managed to heal Astrid. As they watch the sunset, Hiccup and Astrid kiss for the first time as a couple.
In "Shell Shocked Part 1" & 2, Hiccup, the gang, the auxiliary team, Dagur, Heather, Gibber and Stoick try to claim the dragon eye. While then, they see Viggo at his quarters, saying that Ryker went mad. Then they encountered Ryker who said the same thing. Hiccup couldn’t try to find out who was lying and who was not. Ryker said he can give them the Dragon Eye.
Hiccup and Toothless meet Virgo at the night, who said that Ryker was setting him up as he shows him the dragon eye. Virgo said that whatever his plan is, he must work with. Hiccup agrees as he claims the Dragon Eye.
However, in the safe side, Hiccup locks up Viggo in the stables. Hiccup debates whether Virgo can be trusted with Astrid and Fishlegs say no and Ruffnut and Tuffnut say it’s fun to hang around with him. As they fly over to attack Ryker’s fleet, Viggo tried to get Hiccup’s relationship with Astrid in his head, then tried to kill him with a dagger, who slips away by dropping the dagger to summon a submaripper.
As Hiccup flies into the volcano to hear that the baby eruptodon managed to slow down the flow of lava. Hiccup tells him to do a search over the island. Hiccup claims to think that the nightmare is finally over, until Virgo arrives threatening him to kill Astrid if he doesn’t give the Dragon Eye. Hiccupmanages to get an idea to save Astrid as well as to make sure Viggo doesn’t get the Dragon Eye by throwing it into the lava, and Virgo pursues it. As Vigho loses his sanity and felll, Hiccupp tries to save him but was too late.
After a huge volcano eruption in "Living on the Edge", Hiccup decides to leave Dragon's Edge. He first wants to stabilize the island for the safety of the other dragons. He and Fishlegs mix Death Song amber with Gronckle Iron, and after many tries, they succeed in making a substance that will effectively seal the crevices and and stop the lava flow. However, they run out of both amber and iron. Hiccup sends Snotlout and the twins to fetch Gronckles from Dark Deep while he and Astrid fetch amber. When they arrive at Melody Island, they find no sign of a Death Song. Suddenly, a wild one appears but quickly collapses in front of them. Hiccup then recognizes it as Garff, a baby Death Song the riders had previously rescued. Astrid then decides to stay with Garff while Hiccup goes back with the amber.
At the Edge, the twins have managed to bring back Gronckles. Fishlegs feeds them the ingredients for Gronckle Iron and they all fly above the island. They successfully fill all the lava cracks and save the island. The next day, Astrid brings back Garff who has recovered from his wounds. Hiccup then explains to the other riders that the Dragon Hunters still capture dragons even without their leader and that they could not move to Berk at the moment. All the riders, except Snotlout, happily state that they didn't want to go home and they all stay on the Edge.
In "Sandbusted", Hiccup is preparing to give Astrid his betrothal gift, which will mark their sixth month anniversary and is a promise to be together forever, when he receives a Terror Mail from Johann in which the trader seeks the riders' help. At the Northern Markets, Johann explains how many traders have mysteriously disappeared and asks the teens to find an answer to the problem. They split up, Hiccup being partnered with Snotlout. While the two are talking, a group of thieves steal Hiccup's necklace. After chasing one of them, the boys end up on a beach. Hiccup is investigating strange small glass fragments when Snotlout is grabbed by a Sandbuster dragon and pulled underground. Hiccup is pulled too, leaving their dragons on the surface.
Underground, they find themselves in a cavern filled with treasure and skeletons. Amos, one of the thieves, has also been pulled down there, which explains why Hiccup and Snotlout were unable to find him, and together they build a tower out of some objects they find lying around. Meanwhile, Hiccup builds a trap for the Sandbuster. When they finally finish it, the Sandbuster attacks them. Hiccup then jumps on some wood material, launching objects into the glass that was blocking the sun. The Sandbuster is trapped by the light due to its sensibility. However, it shoots glass at the holes, covering them, and then destroys the wreckage Hiccup and the others were climbing. Hiccup then gets his betrothal gift to Astrid and reflects a last bit of light, distracting the Sandbuster. Fortunately, Astrid and the other riders arrive, breaking the glass and chasing the Sandbuster away. Hiccup then jumps behind Astrid on Toothless and they all get out.
Later, Johann thanks Hiccup and Astrid for finding out about the Sandbuster and leaves. Hiccup then gives his betrothal gift to Astrid which he reveals used to belong to his mother. He tells Astrid she has always been a part of their family and he hopes she always will be. Astrid reacts with a sigh which Hiccup misinterprets as disappointment until she explains she couldn't find him a gift to give in return. Hiccup quickly interrupts her and tells her that she is the greatest gift in the world and the only gift he needs. Astrid smiles at his words and they share a loving hug. The moment is, however, cut short when Snotlout accidentally throws a sword in front of Hiccup, who recognizes it as Viggo's Sword.
In "Something Rotten on Berserker Island", Hiccup and the Dragon Riders are invited to Berserker Island for an apprentice graduation ceremony where they are openly welcomed by Dagur and Heather. Hiccup takes notice of the dragons acting very agitated for some reason but doesn't dwell over it too hard. It's soon revealed that Dagur's new apprentice is actually Gustav, who then takes the riders for a tour around the island.
At the ceremony, Hiccup observes some unusual behavior from Savage before he suddenly crashes the stage and captures Dagur. In the meanwhile, Hiccup and the riders are able to escape away into a cave where they split up. Snotlout and Gustav are sent to Dagur's rescue while Hiccup, Astrid, Fishlegs and Heather return to the stables to free their dragons. The stables are heavily guarded but the twins are able to distract the guards long enough for Hiccup to sneak inside. However, the initial plan turns out to be futile as the dragons won't go anywhere near the inner parts of the island. Hiccup comments that he has never seen Toothless so disturbed before. Fishlegs then reminds Hiccup of the Red Death and the eels, to which Hiccup then rephrases that he has rarely seen Toothless so out of control. Heather still wants to take action, reminding the riders that she is a Berserker and she fully intends to rescue her brother even if it comes down to direct combat. Hiccup and the riders agree to the direct approach and break into the arena with Hiccup carrying both his shield and Inferno. During the fight Hiccup is also aided by Toothless who is watching from afar. He and the riders are eventually forced to surrender as Savage suddenly captures Heather and threatens to kill her. Fortunately, Snotlout and Dagur arrive just in time, quickly defeating Savage and regaining control of the island again.
During the ceremony the following day, Hiccup encourages Snotlout to go in the front of the island and accept the trophy Dagur is offering him for his courage in battle, as it was his moment of glory. While on their journey back to the Edge, Hiccup also sarcastically comments on how proud Snotlout must be of himself and his trophy from Dagur, knowing that the boy wanted very much to be noticed by the Chief of the Berserkers.
In "Snotlout's Angels", Hiccup arrives outside Snotlout's hut where he overhears Astrid and Snotlout heatedly arguing over Astrid's axe. He asks the twins what happened when Astrid suddenly barges out of the hut with a huff. Hiccup then learns of how Snotlout may have offended Astrid and suggests the youngest Jorgenson to leave the Edge with his dragon for a while, until Astrid would have calmed down and he would be safe.
When Snotlout doesn't return in time for dinner, Hiccup fears he might have caught been up in the uprising storm and mounts up the riders to go searching for him. Hiccup tells Toothless to use his echolocation, but finds nothing. He then observes Hookfang flying towards them and realises that Snotlout is in danger, and takes follow after the Monstrous Nightmare.
While the riders stop by a sea sack to catch their breath, Hiccup asks Hookfang to take a break but the dragon remains restless and worried about his rider. As they return back to the skies, Hiccup and Fishlegs detect three flying women and believe them to be hallucinations at first until the other riders take notice of them as well. Hiccup then suggests that they try to find out more about them. The riders return to the sea stack and Hiccup uses his Spyglass to see the Wingmaidens taking Snotlout inside a cave. He then sets up a rescue mission which is to be executed by Astrid, Ruffnut and Heather as the Wingmaidens may not take too kindly to male presence. Hiccup and the other riders stay close by though, just in case the girls may need backup.
Astrid and the girls are joined by Atali when they return back for a renewal of the plan. Hiccup then comes up with the idea of distracting the female Razorwhips long enough for Astrid to rescue Snotlout but also warns the riders not to hurt the dragons as they are only protecting their eggs. In the end, the riders are successful in saving Snotlout.
Later that night, Atali invites Hiccup and the Dragon Riders to a toast in honor of their new alliance Hiccup, Astrid and Snotlout sit together, with the latter finally apologising to the girl for his bad behavior towards her.
In "A Matter of Perspective", Hiccup appears to be stuck in a rut with the device he is working on, which he is keeping a secret from the rest of the riders, including his girlfriend. Astrid attempts to make him open up about it but Hiccup is reluctant to reveal whatever it is just yet. Despite her teasing, she doesn't probe any further and instead hands him a message from Mala who is requesting their assistence.
After they arrive at Caldera Cay, Mala informs Hiccup and the riders that the Great Protector is getting old and will be leaving for Vanaheim soon. Hiccup asks Mala about it but she answers that she has never been there as it is a an island for dragons, not humans. Hiccup agrees with her stating (mostly for the twins) that humans shouldn't interfere in the dragon culture. He then says he would be sad if Toothless would leave him.
Next day, during the breakfast, Hiccup asks where the twins are, to which Throk replies that they have left the island. Hiccup then realizes that Ruff and Tuff followed the Eruptodon to Vanaheim, which angers him a lot.
When the riders arrive at the island, Hiccup and Toothless find a Sentinel, which they believe is only statue. He then wonders who carved them since no humans have been there. After a while they find the twins, which were eating Vanaheim Fruit. Hiccup has an argument with them about not listening to him. He then orders everyone to leave the island. However, they fail to do that, as the Sentinel dragons, which the riders mistakened for statues, stop them with powerful wing blasts. Hiccup then suggests fighting them divided, as they seem a cooperative species. However, the riders fail again when the Sentinels manage to block every attack from them. Hiccup then suggests looking around the island and try leaving by foot. Hiccup, Astrid and Snotlout continue searching the island. When Hiccup mounted Toothless, a Sentinel immediately woke up and roared at them and Hiccup dismounted the dragon.
Later at night, the riders regroup and discuss the situation. They reach the conclusion that Vanaheim isn't the resting place of the Night Furies and that the Sentinels could not stop Toothless from leaving. Hiccup then gets on Toothless and together escape the Sentinels, noticing they are blind. Hiccup then realizes that he can't tell anyone about the island and instead returns and studies the Sentinels. He sees them tending to the island and feeding the Great Protector. He then comes up with a plan.
The next day, Hiccup returns to the riders, bringing with him a bag full of Vanaheim Fruit. He tells the others that the Sentinels are blind and that they could escape the island if they cover themselves and their dragons in fruit and fly quietly. They all throw fruit at each other, covering in its juice. Then, the riders fly away, followed by the Sentinels. However, Hookfang lights up, giving them away. Hiccup returns for Snotlout, but they are saved by the Great Protector, who distracts the dragons long enough for the riders to escape. Hiccup then orders Toothless to blast Tuffnut's book so that no one will ever know about Vanaheim.
At Dragons Edge, Astrid questions Hiccup's plan, to which he replies that it is a matter of perspective. They share a kiss and Hiccup goes back to his project, wanting to look at it in a different way.
In "Return of Thor Bonecrusher", when Snotlout tells the riders of the kidnapping of Alvin the Treacherous, Hiccup is surprised to find out that the Outcasts were seeking Thor Bonecrusher's help. When Fishlegs suggests bringing him back, Hiccup tells him that it is a terrible idea because Thor took over Fishlegs' body and was too heroic. He then says that he'll figure something out and leaves.
The next day, Hiccup finds out that Snotlout has hypnotized Fishlegs into Thor Bonecrusher, who double-crossed him and joined the bandits due to Snotlout telling him to be anti-heroic.
Later at night, Hiccup and the other riders go through the secret underwater tunnel on Outcast Island, but are surprised by Thor and the bandits. Snotlout is captured in the process, making Hiccup order in retreat.
On the island, Hiccup calms down the Outcasts, reassuring them that they will save Alvin. He then states that they have to come up with something that not even Fishlegs would expect.
Later, he brings Meatlug to Thor as an offering, only as a distraction so that Astrid can sneak in and free Snotlout. He then snaps Fishlegs out of it, only to be recaptured. Hiccup then orders retreat and asks the others about what they should do. However, Meatlug comes with a message from Thor. Hiccup reads it and comes up with a plan.
He, alongside the other riders, bring Ice Tail Pike to the bandits and warned in the last second by Snotlout that it is a trap. Hiccup then mounts Toothless and begins to fight. In the end, they free Alvin and defeat the bandits.
Later, Hiccup congratulates Fishlegs for his courage, remarking that he has a bit of Thor Bonecrusher inside him.
In "Dawn of Destruction", Hiccup and Astrid have a friendly duel which is interrupted by Fishlegs who tells about Johann’s arrival. Johann sadly tells Hiccuo he couldn’t find the oil he wanted so he and Astrid went to extract oil from the Sassafras plants in the nearby island. Hiccup sees Krogan when he saw the Edge under attack. He and the riders seek refuge in Caldara Clay.
In "The Wings of War, Pt 1" & 2, Hiccup wakes up from a nightmare about the attack. Hiccup tells Stoick and the council about what’s happening while they declare war, which worries Hiccup that he may kill, the singetails. So Hiccup goes to the storehouse to study more about them. Hey weaver they are attacked by an aggressive one and was saved by Spitelout. By creating a diversion, they catch a wild dragons and study about it. Hiccup convinces Spitelout to stay and gets an idea on how to stop the flyers. Hiccup conducts a meeting when he learns that Viggo is both alive and has the Dragon Eye.
In "No Dragon Left Behind", Hiccup had to relocate Gharff, but have to come across Slitherwings.
In "Snuffnutt", Hiccup tells Snotlout that he has to be easy with the changewings as they ar whetting agitated. And they hear a horn from Throk who is arriving. Hiccup tries to convince Tuffnutt to reveal himself he ain’t dead after faking his death of being eaten by a changewing.
In "Searching for Oswald...And the Chicken", Hiccup, Fishlegs and Dabur go to Vanaheim to search for Oswald. They found a cabin where he stayed in and found a lens.
In "Sins of the Past", Hiccup tries to go and find Heather to tell that Oswald died. They found her Both was troubled by the flyers.
In "In Plain Sight" Hiccup recruits Trader Johann on his search to find the remaining gems he needs to complete the Dragon Eye II. Johann convinces Hiccup to bring both the Dragon Eye lenses, and the Dragon Eyes, to the Northern Markets but in unable to stop the Twins from lagging behind. After Johann manages to separate the Twins from Hiccup they are ambushed by Dragon Hunters, who threaten Johann's life and demand for the lenses. However, just before Hiccup could give the lenses to the Dragon Hunters, the Twins return from their shopping trip in time to save them. Later, Johann and Hiccup venture into the lair of the Sandbuster where Johann reveals his deception and demands Hiccup to give him the Dragon Eye lenses. Luckily, Hiccup manages to fool Johann using the Sandbusters mirror like glass to confuse him. Both Hiccup, Toothless, and the Dragon Eye lenses all manage to escape from Johann.
In "No Bark, All Bite", Hiccup tells Stoick about Johann’s true nature, which drives him crazy and burned most of the provisions and threw away the willow bark. Hiccup recruited three traders, who thinks that they can be trusted. While searching for the Willow Bark, he realized that Johann set them up again. Then they rescue the citizens of Berk who were trapped inside.
In "Chaun of Command", Hiccup and Snotlout take a trip to Wingmaiden Island to safeguard the lenses but were attacked by Morgan.
In "Loyal Order of Ingerman", Hiccup hears that Fishleg’s ancestors were a part of the Dragon Hunters and brought the Dramillions to extinction, while then he tries to take care of the Dragon Explorers.
In "A Gruff Seperation", Hiccup sees if the twins are safe whil they take their coming of age tribals and see Gruffnutt can be trusted.
In "Mi Amore Wing", Hiccup sees the gathered scrap metal and decides to give i5 to the Armorwing. He hears that Daguerre and Malta are gonna get married. While giving the scrap metal, he sees that a Dragon Eye lens was attached to it. While then, he sees that Astrid is walking weirdly and ask what it is. Astrid rejects, but then she said that she has been wearing the Beth royal necklace the whole time. Hiccup says that he didn’t see it, but then Astrid gives the necklace back to him. What happened got caught in his mind as he couldn’t do anything without her. The Dragon Flyers attack. Hiccup tries to get the lens but he lets them have it to apologize to Astrid.
In "Ruff Transition", Hiccup visit the Wingmaidens to se them bond with new dragons. Then one of them. Bond with Ruffnutt. Hiccup tries to teach her how to fly so she can succeed in the leap of faith.
In "Triple Cross", Viggomeets Hiccup again and said he put Red Oleander in Toothless’ fish, so they go to find the antidote. They come across Johann and Kroger. Hiccup meets Virgo again, who demands for the antidote while Viggo says that there isn’t one, and said that Red Oleanders are harmless to dragons, who just said that it was poisonous to get his help to do revenge at Krogan and Johann for betraying him. Viggo ends up sacrificing his life for him.
In "Family Matters:, Hiccup discover Death song amber remnants under a sing tails wing. They go to Deathsinb island to check on Garff, who was safe, but then decided to liberate the deathsong used by Krogan and cut of his supply of singetails.
In "The Darkest ight", hiccup hears Stoick was badly injured by Dragln Flyeds and Hiccyp then wishes he never shot Toothless oyt of the sky while other try to comfort him in what would have happened if Hiccup never went to Dragon's Edge. astrid then comforts hi by telling tt mo matter what, everything else will happen.
In "Guardians of Vaneheim", Huccup and the dragkn riders try to defend vaneheim from the Dragon Hu ters and try to wake up the sentries.
In "King of Dragons, Part 1 & 2, with all five lenses collected, Hiccup puts them in the Dragon Eye II, ready for revealing pieces of information about the King of Dragons. Tuffnut tells his excitement in a poetic way, as remarked by Astrid, and expresses his wish of traveling in a society where people communicate in verses. Fishlegs gets excited too, warning Hiccup that he doesn't want to be responsible for the actions that he will do if Toothless doesn't light the Dragon Eye in a short amount of time. Hiccup tells his dragon to do as Fishlegs said.
After Toothless lights a blast in his mouth, the projection of the Dragon Eye that appears on the wall reveals a Titan Wing Dramillion, making the Riders believe that it is the King of Dragons. Seeing how big the dragon was compared to a Monstrous Nightmare, Fishlegs concluded that the enormous skeleton on Vanaheim belonged to a Titan Wing Dramillion. When the Twins ask about the dragon's powers and fire type, Hiccup tells them that, judging from the legends he heard, the King of Dragons uses his mind to control other dragons and make them do whatever it wants. Hearing that, Astrid fears that such a power would be catastrophic, as completed by Hiccup, unlike Fishlegs, who believed it was amazing. Hiccup immediately decides to find the dragon and relocate it so that Johann could not get his hands on it.
Spitelout suddenly interrupts the conversation with his arrival. Both Astrid and Snotlout are surprised that he came, only Hiccup deducing the reason of his visit: Stoick's condition. Spitelout assures Hiccup that his father, although he is alive, his health keeps getting low, despite Gothi's efforts. He then announces that the Elders had a meeting and chose Hiccup as acting chief, despite the boy not wanting to hear it. Tuffnut then comments on how Spitelout did exactly what Hiccup told him not to do. Fishlegs enters the discussions shyly but Hiccup, anticipating what he would say, cuts his sentence, stating that they must find the King of Dragons before the Dragon Flyers. Spitelout finishes the argument by telling Hiccup that he must go to Berk.
Back at Dragon's Edge, the Riders are packing their belongings, preparing to leave for Berk, frustrated that they couldn't get to see the King of Dragons, especially Fishlegs. Tired of hearing the teens complaining, Astrid reminds them that they had a lot of adventures since they traveled to the Edge and discovered many dragons, but their loyalty remains for their chief, Stoick. Confused, Tuffnut questions it, thinking Hiccup was actually their chief. Astrid cuts his sentence angered, saying that Hiccup must help his father and they need to follow Hiccup. She then tells the Riders to finish packing and exits the Clubhouse, leaving Spitelout and Snotlout to make a comment about her attitude.
Astrid goes to Hiccup's Hut, where the boy searches for something. She apologizes to him about the situation, telling him that they could go after the King of Dragons in the future. Without stopping from preparing, Hiccup says directly that they must go find the dragon that day. Unsure about her friend's decision, Astrid reminds Hiccup that the Berk Council gave him a direct order. The boy remarks how the people have also made him chief, and that way he does not have to take orders from anyone, just like his father. Astrid then asks Hiccup if he doesn't believe that he should go to Berk, at least for the sake of Stoick, to which he replies negatively. He explains that if he allows Johann to capture the King of Dragons and use its power, all the dragons in the Archipelago would be controlled as they were by the Red Death. When Astrid prepares to say something, Hiccup offers her the choice of joining him or staying at Berk and hope he survives. She then gently tells him that his father would be proud of him, just as she is and that she will accompany him. Hiccup thanks her and grabs her by the hand, rushing to the door so that he can try to convince the other Riders too. Outside, Spitelout surprises the pair, along with the other Riders, saying that he listened to the conversation and that they are all ready to go.
Later that day, the Riders fly at full speed to Dramillion Island to find the King of Dragons. Hiccup tells them to get in formation while enjoying the flight. Looking down below, he suddenly hovers, making the other riders almost crash. Snotlout, who was thrown from his saddle on Hookfang's nose, demands the reason of their stopping, as they were supposed to arrive at the island before Johann and Krogan. Hiccup simply tells him to look down, where the Dragon Hunters' fleet and the army of Dragon Flyers were just landing on the island, under Krogan's commands. Frustrated that his enemies got there first, Hiccup ordered the Twins and Snotlout to take care of the ships, while he, Astrid, Fishlegs, and Spitelout went after the Flyers.
On the island, Krogan and his men arrive in an area where they believe they can find a Titan Wing Dramillion. One of the flyers is suddenly knocked out by a plasma blast, right before the Dragon Riders make their entrance. While Fishlegs and Meatlug take out a few Hunters, Hiccup and Astrid encircle Krogan, mocking him that he should not get the King of Dragons, but instead be eaten by it. The Flyer orders his Singetail to shoot a blast, then proceeds to chase Hiccup. At the same time, Fishlegs and Spitelout take out Hunters, with the latter having more fun than ever while swinging his axe, hitting the Hunters. Back at Hiccup, Krogan is still chasing him, so he tells Toothless to go up in order to use the Singetail's weakness. They succeed, and while Krogan's Singetail falls back, Toothless shoots a blast, hitting its Flyer. The huge dragon falls on one of Krogan's legs, blocking him. A pack of Dramillions arrives at the scene, making their specific sound. After a quick looking, they decide to attack both Hiccup and Krogan, with the latter managing to free his leg.
On the island, the Dramillions are chasing everyone, both Riders and Hunters. Astrid makes a quick turn, avoiding a Dramillion's blast, while Hiccup is chased by two Dramillions from opposite directions. The boy simply tells Toothless to fly up and the two wild dragons collapse on each other. Up in the air and safe from the battle, the Riders discuss the Dramilions' aggressiveness, with Fishlegs suspecting that they are protecting something very close.
Stating the Dramillions need help, Hiccup takes out two Flyers, ordering the Dragon Riders to attack. The Flyers get distracted and some clash into each other. While still shooting the Dramillion, the Dragon Hunters hit it with a few Dragon Root arrows. Surprisingly, the dragon doesn't lose control over itself, being only a bit dizzy. It fires at the Hunters, sending them in the ocean, then flies away atop of a tree. Hiccup goes to help the dragon, calling the other riders for backup. Some Dragon Flyers follow Hiccup, only to be surprised by Fishlegs who takes them out. While closing into the dragon, the Dramillion shoots out a long blast. Hiccup manages to get out of the way and the blast hits a Flyer. Krogan's men then proceed to fire at the Titan Wing simultaneously, confusing it. The dragon starts to shoot in all the directions, with all the fires he knows, almost touching Toothless tail. Fishlegs then states that the Dramillion only wants to defend itself and doesn't know who are its enemies. Hiccup agrees, saying that they still need to protect it.
Away from the island, on a Dragon Hunter ship, Johann decides to finish the fight and orders his men to aim a harpoon at the Titan Wing. On the island, Hiccup tales out another Flyer using his shield, just before Spitelout warned him to get out of the trajectory of the harpoon. Barely missing Hiccup, the weapon hits the Dramillion in the back, making it pass out and collapse. It rolls over the island, falling into the ocean before Hiccup could catch it. The Flyers then block the Riders' way to the Titan Wing, surrounding them in a circle of flames, and taking them out one by one. Despite being clearly wounded and tired, Hiccup still wants to fight after the Dragon Flyers capture the unconscious Dramillion. Spitelout advises him to regroup and try another time, to which Krogan mockingly agrees and leaves.
Hiccup decides to help his friends when the twins and Snotlout were stuck. Saddened by their defeat, the Riders go to rescue the Twins and Snotlout. Toothless fires a plasma blast, almost hitting Snotlout who complains about that while being lifted by Hookfang. Tuffnut then asks Hiccup what to do with Gruffnut. The boy simply tells them that they should decide since he was their cousin. The Twins then leave Gruffnut on a nearby island, along with some of the treasure he stole, laughing when Gruffnut said that they were a family.
Later, at night, the Dragon Riders and Spitelout are going after the Dragon Hunters' fleet, without finding anything. Hiccup sadly says that Johann has obtained the power to control all the dragons with the Titan Wing Dramillion in his hands. Fishlegs, looking through a spyglass, disagrees with Hiccup. In the distance, the Dramillion is abandoned and lying on the surface of the ocean, wounded and half dead. Hiccup wonders why Johann would abandon the dragon there to die, in the middle of the ocean. Barf and Belch then carefully take it out of the water and carry it slowly and they all got Caldera cay, as the devenders of the wung's medicine can cure it.
On Defenders of the Wing Island, Mala and Throk take care of the sick dragon, while Fishlegs checks on him, accidentally knocking the two out of the way. Mala then asks Fishlegs to stop, as the dragon might be stressed because of the strange humans that are touching him. Fishlegs apologies, telling her that he has a simple curiosity about the dragon. Hiccup asks him what he was thinking and Fishlegs says that the skeleton on Vanaheim and the Dramillion's skeleton aren't the same, the Titan Wing didn't the King of Dragons' abilities written in Oswald's Papers, and that Johann wouldn't have left the dragon to die, concluding that the Titan Wing Dramillion wasn't the King of Dragons. At the same moment, the wounded Dramillion lights a fire in its mouth, completely different from any other fire type seen by the Dragon Riders. Fishlegs states that that was the Dramillion's own fire. Hiccup pulls out the Dragon Eye II and places it in front of the dragon's fire soit can light up, revealing the true location of the King of Dragons: Berserker Island.
During the battle, Hiccup and Toothless arrive and attack the Flyers with the other Riders, including Spitelout. After taking out several Flyers, the group surrounds Krogan, who retreats back to the ships. After landing, Hiccup becomes aware that the King of Dragons resides on Berserker Island, which is why dragons can't fly over the border.
A fleet of Hunters rampage around Berserker Island, shooting burning Catapults and attacking with axes. Heather and Dagur insist on fighting back, but Hiccup says they need to take time to think of a plan. Just in time, Atali and her Wingmaidens arrive and fight off some of the Hunters, Minden and Wingnut among them.
The Riders return to their dragons to deal with the remaining Hunters. Astrid tells Hiccup he must stop Krogan and Johann from getting to the King of Dragons, which he agrees to. He pulls Astrid into a kiss before they part ways to fight in the battle. Astrid leads the other riders into battle. Hiccup and Toothless head off to find Johann and Krogan.
The King of Dragons is a Bewilderbeast, and one who doesn't like being woken up. Hiccup a Toothless get separated by the Bewilderbeast's attempts to free itself. As Toothless looks for another way to Hiccup, Hiccup discovers a Bewilderbeast egg; the King is actually a Queen in this case. Unfortunately, Krogan and Johann find him and the egg. Johann and Krogan attack, Hiccup shoots a bola at Krogan, tying up his legs, but Johann manages to get Hiccup on the ground. Hiccup kicks him off and goes for the egg, but it is kicked away by Krogan. The egg falls off a cliff, and Hiccup jumps off after it, clinging to the edge with Inferno. The Bewilderbeast appears, blasting Johann and Krogan away but saving Hiccup.
Hiccup uses his fake leg as a pick to climb up the edge. However, Johann is waiting for him. He steals the egg and draws a Dragon Root spear to kill Hiccup. Before he can do this, however, Toothless attacks him. Hiccup makes his way to the top of the cliff. The egg rolls to Krogan, who takes it and runs, with Toothless chasing after under Hiccup's command. Johann kicks Hiccup down the cliff. Luckily, he is able to grab onto his leg and Inferno and save himself. Johann bears his spear and attempts to kill Hiccup once and for all. The Bewilderbeast appears from the bottom of the cliff again and yses bis icy breath. When it dissipates, Hiccup is once again untouched but Johann was caught in the blast and frozen solid, killing him. Hiccup attempts to crawl up, but Inferno breaks, leaving him stuck hanging onto his fake leg.
Toothless returns to Hiccup after defeating Krogan, saving him from the cliff's edge. Hiccup reunites with hsi friends and ask if they saw Krogan but they said he had them. Hjccup starts to worry until Fjshlegs says that the King of dragons is safe.
Meanwhile, Hiccup doesn't need to worry about Krogan anymore as he is ordered to be executed by his employer, Drago Bludvist, for his failure in acquiring the King of Dragon's egg and Drago begins to seek out a new Bewilderbeast. iccp decided to destroy both Dragon eyes and return back to Berk.
How to Train Your Dragon 2
Five years later, Hiccup (now 20) has made Berk fully involved in riding dragons, during his years on Berk he has made great contributions such as custom stables, all you can eat feeding stations, a full-service dragon wash, top of the line fire prevention methods, even making Dragon Races that now serve as entertainment for Berk, putting the dragon problem fully behind them. Now that his hard work has payed off, Hiccup and Toothless travel across very distant lands and uncharted territories. He is also uses this as a reason to avoid his father. Hiccup is also known as The Pride of Berk throughout the village, and Stoick believes he is ready succeed him as chieftain. This pressures Hiccup, because he doesn't think he's fully ready for such a big responsibility. He and Toothless crash-lands onto a strange new place that Hiccup names Itchy Armpit. Soon, Astrid and Stormfly catches up with the duo. As Hiccup and Astrid come across the destroyed fort of Eret, Son of Eret, Hiccup discovers that there are other Dragon Riders and hears from Eret, about the tyrannical Drago Bludvist, who is currently assembling a huge dragon army to take over the world.
Hiccup and Astrid escape from Eret's men and head back to Berk. As they arrive, Hiccup informs his father about Drago Bludvist, and Stoick quickly orders the villagers to fortify and protect the island from the "madman", but Hiccup suggests that there must be another way besides war. His father rejects this and orders the men to close the stalls and keep the other dragons under lock-and-key. But Hiccup refuses this method, and stages a mutiny by escaping from the stalls before the doors close, with Astrid following him. Hiccup heads back to Eret, and tells them that he wants to meet Drago so he can change his mind about dragons, but Stoick, Gobber and the other Riders interfere as they manage to find them. Stoick doesn't want Hiccup to go through with his plan, as he explains that Drago kills people without reason and concludes that he cannot be reasoned with. Even so, Hiccup still refuses to believe this and rebels against his father's wishes to find him.
Meanwhile, Hiccup flies over the clouds, over thinks his father's sayings and furiously screams in mid-air. Toothless becomes worried for his friend, but Hiccup promises that he'll keep him under protection no matter what. Suddenly, a figure emerges, and Hiccup thinks that it's his dad again but discovers a mysterious vigilante Dragon Rider, whom he later discovers is his long lost mother, Valka.
Hiccup wonders why Valka never had the intention to return to Berk after all these years that she survived. Valka responds that twenty years ago, a dragon broke into their house and she quickly rushed to Hiccup's rescue but only discovered that the dragon was not a vicious beast, but a gentle and intelligent creature, "whose soul reflected my own." However, Stoick spots the dragon and interferes; the dragon attacks him nearly burning him alive. Valka tells the dragon to spare him; the dragon suddenly looks at Valka while Stoick rescues an infant Hiccup. But unable to rescue Valka who is now abducted by the dragon, putting inside his mind that she was in fact going to get killed. But the dragon did not in fact harm her, and she never had the intention to return because she thought it would be safer for them, because she couldn't kill a dragon. Hiccup and his mom start over again and bond with each other more mutually this time with their dragons and enjoy the time they have.
Later, Hiccup discovers also that Valka does not have the intention to reason with Drago and decides to do it himself. Suddenly, Stoick and Gobber locate him and are about to escape the Sanctuary, but Stoick is shocked in silence to see his beautiful wife still alive and they rekindle their once more. Hiccup has never experienced such joy in reuniting with his mother and father. However, their celebration is cut short; they were unaware that Drago has set up their weapons on shore and orders the final attack on the Sanctuary. Later, the Bewilderbeasts engage on one another to determine who is truly the Alpha of all the Dragons. Unfortunately, Drago's Bewilderbeast emerges victorious. Hiccup confronts Drago, and tries to reason with him but Drago ignores his claims and orders his Bewilderbeast to kill Hiccup, which decides to send in Toothless instead. Toothless, now hypnotized, fires a plasma blast at Stoick, who manages to push Hiccup away and is killed instead. Hiccup, shocked to believe that his father has been killed, blindly yells at Toothless who got released from the Bewilderbeast's control to go away and leave them alone.
Hiccup, Valka, Gobber, Astrid, and the other Riders hold a funeral for Stoick where Hiccup says his last wishes to his father. It seems that all hope is lost, as Drago and his Bewilderbeast freeze Berk, but Hiccup becomes inspired by his mother's words, and is now determined to avenge his father and continue his legacy and get his best friend back. Flying back to Berk on baby dragons, he quickly arrives to face Drago and tries to disenchant Toothless saying he knows Toothless would never hurt him or Stoick willingly, which he amazingly succeeds. Now, Hiccup and Toothless manage to fend off Drago and his Bewilderbeast and concludes that it's over, unaware that the Bewilderbeast has them in its sights and fires at them, encasing them in a huge blast of ice. Drago feels victorious, but the huge ice explodes and discovers that Hiccup and Toothless are unharmed. Toothless, now glowing with plasma, challenges the Alpha to protect his Rider. Toothless simultaneously fires plasma blast and frees the other dragons, who are touched by the bond between him and Hiccup. Drago is shocked to believe this. Hiccup orders Drago to stand down and let this end, but Drago strongly refuses and orders his Bewilderbeast to attack but unable to as all the dragons fire at it. Toothless fires one last plasma blast which massively explodes, destroying on of the Bewilderbeast's tusks, and defeating it at the same time. The Bewilderbeast retreats to the ocean, along with Drago, who fatefully drowns to his deserved death.
Finally, the fight is over and Toothless is acknowledged as the new Alpha. At the same time, Hiccup now crowned as the new Chief of Berk by Gothi the Elder. The dragons and villagers celebrate, and Hiccup continues his father's legacy by building a statue in his honor. Hiccup proudly announces that they may be a small community but are capable of maintaining peace and can stop those who oppose, and they have something that even the greatest invaders don't have: they may have armies and armadas but Berk has their own dragons.
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
Hiccup continues to rescue dragons with his fellow Dragon Riders and friends. Even though he has fulfilled his dream of creating a utopia where humans and dragons live together, Hiccup still tries to save dragons and bring them to Berk while dreaming of finding the mythical 'Hidden World', a safe haven for dragons his late father Stoick told him about. Unfortunately, his efforts have also resulted in the island becoming severely overpopulated with dragons.
Hiccup and Tuffnut later discover Grimmel's dragon traps in the woods. Grimmel visits Hiccup that night, but the latter has prepared an ambush to capture him; Grimmel manages to escape, burning Hiccup's house in the progress. Hiccup rallies Berk's citizens and dragons to leave Berk on a quest to find the Hidden World.
Seeing Toothless' inability to fly solo hindering his growing relationship with the Light Fury, Hiccup builds him an automatic tail. Upon receiving the tail, Toothless flies off, meeting the Light Fury on his own and flying with her to an unknown land. Valka, on a scouting patrol, notices Grimmel's approaching army, quickly reporting back to warn Hiccup. Hiccup and the Dragon Riders head to capture Grimmel; yet, they fall into his trap, barely escaping.
Hiccup and Astrid search for Toothless, finding the Hidden World and seeing Toothless and the Light Fury leading the dragons there as Alphas and mates. However, the two are soon discovered, Toothless being forced to leave and take Hiccup and Astrid back to the Berkians. Hiccup realizes his people wouldn't be safe living with dragons in the Hidden World, and moreover, have no business intruding upon the dragons' home.
With Astrid's encouragement, Hiccup sets out with the Dragon Riders to stop Grimmel and his army and save Toothless, the Light Fury, and all the captured dragons. Hiccup, realizing he cannot save Toothless by himself, frees the Light Fury instead and commands her to save the Night Fury. Hiccup and Grimmel plummet to the ground with Hiccup fully accepting that this may be his end. The Light Fury, however, unexpectedly returns to save Hiccup, so he lets go of his prosthetic leg, which makes Grimmel falls into the water and die.
The battle won, back on the island, Hiccup fully realizes that the dragons will likely never be safe in the human world and that the Hidden World is where they truly belong. With great sadness, Hiccup and Toothless bid farewell to each other as all of the Berkians set their dragons free. Sometime later, Hiccup and Astrid are married as the Berkians settle permanently onto their new island. Years later Hiccup, Astrid and their two children sail across the sea to visit Toothless, the Light Fury, and their three offspring at the edge of the Hidden World; Hiccup vows that until mankind can coexist peacefully with dragons, the dragons will stay hidden while the Berkians guard their secret.
How to Train Your Dragon: Homecoming
It's the festival of Snoggletog on New Berk, but Hiccup isn't feeling the holiday spirit. First, he misses his friend Toothless; second, he has just found out that his daughter Zephyr and his son Nuffink have found Stoick's old journals (written before Vikings and dragons became friends) and now believe that all dragons are dangerous and should be destroyed. To help him possibly change their minds, Astrid suggests reviving the old traditions of Snoggletog, including a play in which Stoick the Vast's memory will be honored and (perhaps) the children's minds changed. Meanwhile on the Hidden World island, Toothless, through the use of sand drawings, tells his three children about his best friend Hiccup, inspiring them to make a secret flight to New Berk. While Hiccup struggles through casting and stage managing problems, the three Night Lights secretly spy on him until they are discovered by their angry parents who have followed them after finding that they had absconded. The scolding is halted as they watch the play, which includes Hiccup playing Toothless in a mechanical suit and Gobber playing Stoick. Naturally, things don't go quite as planned, but when Hiccup in his suit is temporarily incapacitated, Toothless sneaks in and plays himself opposite Gobber in a heart-touching scene showing how the Vikings (represented by "Stoick") and dragons ("Toothless") became friends, reenacting the Forbidden Friendship scene in the first movie where Hiccup and Toothless first bonded. Hiccup's children are both excited and touched by the play, but when Zephyr goes to congratulate her father she instead comes face to face with Toothless. The two look at each other silently, then Toothless flies off to join the Light Fury and their children. Hiccup, unaware of what has been going on and rescued from his suit, thanks Gobber for honoring his father, but is amazed that his children now love dragons. At their house, they find that their offering of fish (previously laid out hopefully for Toothless) is gone, replaced by a glowing crystal from the Hidden World; rushing back outside, Hiccup, Astrid and Gobber see Toothless and his family flying away against the moon. Astrid suggests that next time they should visit Toothless. The short film ends with a replay of the epilogue of How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World.