This, however, turns out to be a trap by Krogan and the Hunters, who capture Windshear and demand the gem on Heather's belt, a lens for the Dragon Eye, in exchange for her life. Hiccup plans to use the Flightmare's mist to paralyze the hunters, but Viggo's advanced tactics allow him to escape with the Flightmare, Heather and Windshear as captives, leaving Hiccup to wonder about their dangerous new opponent. Hiccup and Fishlegs face continuous difficulties working together to deliver the egg, and things are made worse when a pack of wild Fire Terrors inhabiting the cave kidnap the egg. The teens have to stop the Screaming Death before it reaches Berk. Later, Hiccup receives a Terror Mail supposedly from Stoick saying that he has found a Dragon Eye lens and to meet him alone.
The riders learn from Mala, who joins them, that Viggo plans to use the starving Eruptodon to destroy Dragon's Edge by eating at its dormant volcano. By working together, Stoick and Hiccup are able to free the Riders and their dragons and repel Krogan's invasion. Together they meet with Johan who reveals Dagur's plans to purchase new dragon-proof ships and weaponry, and they convince the riders to launch a surprise attack. But when Alvin and Mildew help him discover what the Screaming Death has been after all along, he comes up with a plan to end the war between the Outcasts and Berk, stop Dagur, get rid of the Screaming Death, and save Berk once and for all. Hiccup, still worried about his father, is reluctant to leave Stoick alone and go to Vanaheim. Worried, the Riders quickly check on Garffiljorg while the others take the injured Singetail back to the Edge for recovery.
Hiccup and Toothless manage to lure the Skrill into a glacier, freezing it once again. Hiccup refuses, but Viggo reveals that he has poisoned Toothless with Red Oleander, and that Toothless will die in three days if they do not recover an antidote from Johann. During all this Fireworm dragons start arriving on the island as part of their migration; however being Fireworm dragons they start burning the island down. Snotlout is reassured that he will be great, but he will follow his own path instead of his father's. They discover Garff safe and unharmed, but decide that they must liberate the Deathsong and cut off Krogan's supply of Singetails. Hiccup reluctantly allows Mildew to help him find Toothless and escape Outcast Island, a final test for Mildew's loyalty to Berk.
In spite of this, Johann's team finds the Bewilderbeast in the depths of the island with an egg. Back at the Edge, Heather finds a note from Dagur telling the truth about their father, leaving Heather to mourn in silence. Back on the Edge, Astrid works to set up defenses with the twins and explodes into a heated argument with Ruffnut who says that she does not respect others. Using the baby Razorwhips, the Wingmaidens defeat Flyers. Hiccup rescues Viggo from his burning cell and agrees to work together to stop Ryker by using the Submaripper, the Shell Fire's natural enemy, to destroy the fleet while the Defenders' baby Eruptodon helps control the volcano's lava flow. . Sullivan John Tellegen June 26, 2015 2015-06-26 Hiccup manages to rescue Heather, and though she is still determined to take revenge, Hiccup persuades her to leave it for another day.
That evening, the riders receive a letter from Dagur who says he is looking for Heather, and the riders promise to keep her location secret until she is ready. Hiccup develops a diving bell to dive underwater and Changewing Acid to dissolve the chains, but the Hunters' interruption wakes the sleeping Submaripper. The Berk forces are quickly put on the defensive and Krogan takes the chance to launch all his Dragon Flyers against them, which ultimately leaves them defenseless when Hiccup returns to turn the tide. The series begins where the first movie leaves off, featuring 15—16 year old characters. Hiccup manages to match Viggo's wit and free the Flightmare and Heather with unexpected help from Dagur, but once again Viggo turns the tables and manages to snatch away the Dragon Eye. The riders return to the island and reclaim the hidden gold, and Heather finally decides to go with Dagur to find her father.
Dagur then attempts to take on Hiccup and Toothless with the Skrill, but he doesn't have Hiccup's experience with dragons and the dangerous Skrill proves more than either of them can handle. Despite the fact that nobody trusts him, Alvin's warnings allow them to defeat Dagur's invasion, but before they can destroy Dagur he captures Stoick; Dagur flees back to Outcast Island with his captive, demanding Hiccup and Toothless in exchange for Stoick's life. The young Stinger is torn between its pack and the riders, but Hiccup convinces it to go back with its family. DreamWorks Dragons is an American computer-animated television series airing on Cartoon Network based on the 2010 film How to Train Your Dragon. To try and find an alternate method to victory, Hiccup and Toothless travel alone to Storehouse Island to study the Singetail and find behaviors that will give them an advantage in battle, but this attempt quickly leaves Hiccup at its mercy. He reveals that Ryker has taken charge of the Hunters and offers to surrender the Dragon Eye in return for Hiccup's help in stopping Ryker, but escapes during an attack on the Defenders of the Wing, leaving the riders with the baby Eruptodon in their care. They eventually learn the Rumblehorn has been attempting to warn everyone of an approaching tsunami and chase them off before the wave would wipe them all out.
With the help of a wild Thunderdrum, Hiccup uses Monstrous Nightmare gel that Snotlout brought with him to warm the hardened mucus and free the group. They suddenly realise that the Night Terrors, under the command of their Alpha, a white Night Terror, need to flock into a shape of a giant version of themselves or any other dragon they wish as a defense mechanism to scare off threats or predators. Continuing his ruse as their ally, Johann suggests taking a trip to the Northern Market with Hiccup alone and that he bring both his Dragon Eye 2 and all of his lenses. Hiccup reconciles with Fishlegs and assures him that he would not ever hesitate to leave him in charge in the future. The twins hold a funeral for Macey back on the Edge, where Tuffnut reveals stolen schematics that leave the riders worried for what 'Project Shellfire' entails. With Spitelout's help, Hiccup discovers weaknesses in the Singetails' behaviours while the Riders, Stoick, the A-Team, and the Berk fleets launch a preemptive strike on Dragons' Edge where the Hunters are. The riders are cornered in trying to release it, but receive unexpected help from the Skrill itself in sending the hunters away.
Gruffnut is revealed to owe money to the Hunters and promised one of the riders' dragons to pay off his debt. Meanwhile, Hiccup and Snotlout travel to the island of the Screaming Death where, with help from its mother, they create suits of armor made from its shed scales that make them impervious to the hunters' arrows. In their absence, the Edge is attacked by a group of Singetails, which the others discover are being ridden by the Hunters and led by Krogan and his Titan Wing Singetail. Astrid, Ruffnut, and Heather infiltrate the island to save him but in the process learn of the Wingmaiden Tribe's purpose and Windshear's origins in that they raise infant Razorwhips to protect them from being eaten by the males. Dagur, despite his pleas that he is trying to change, is imprisoned once he sees the riders' plans and warns Hiccup that the shipyard is a trap.
Using Mala's advice to look at things differently, Hiccup learns to use the Sentinel's behavior and abilities to his advantage and with help from the Eruptodon, manage to escape, and Hiccup destroys Tuffnut's guide to ensure that no other human will discover Vanaheim. The dragons bond and fly away, allowing the riders to return home. In order to get the book back from Alvin, Astrid disguises herself as Heather and goes into Outcast Territory. De Marco March 5, 2014 2014-03-05 1. The young Speed Stinger decides to help the riders chase off the pack, and with its help and Hiccup's new wingsuit, drive the Stingers back across the sea. Fishlegs believes he has found the perfect candidate, but it turns out to be home to Slitherwings, venomous serpentine dragons that poison Stormfly as she defends Garff to trigger strange wild behavior.
This causes Stoick to reconsider allowing the dragons to roam freely on Berk. Though Ruffnut struggles with the tasks to care for her Razorwhip, named Wingnut, she only succeeds thanks to Tuffnut's secret assistance. Meanwhile, the wounded Singetail wakes up on the Edge and despite Fishlegs' attempts to care for it, it escapes and Fishlegs and Meatlug follow it. Astrid and Ruffnut reconcile and the riders lead the wild dragons to a new home on the Edge. While following the wounded Singetail to the same island, Fishlegs find a hatchery of Singetail eggs and realizes that the Flyers are breeding Singetails. The two escape into the ship graveyard and Hiccup decides to lure it towards Ryker, Dagur, and the hunters to incapacitate it, but his plan backfires and the hunters capture the Skrill.