Astrid, after seeing her home destroyed, decides to train a new team of Dragon Riders. At the end of May 2014, DreamWorks Animation announced that in spring 2015 the series would move to instead of premiering on Cartoon Network. I also don't like it that for the millionth time already they show us Astrid and Snotlout argue and make up. He apparently has been hunting for many nights and has gone, well, Berserk. Upset over his father's lack of faith of him, Snotlout tosses the axe in anger down on an island where it is found stuck to the magnetic hide of a new dragon — the Armorwing. Snotlout and Ruffnut kidnap the Stinger and take it back to its pack when they and the rest of the riders are attacked by the other Speed Stingers who have similarly evolved.
Dagur is giving Alvin the support of his vast fleet in exchange for the Skrill, but the truce is uneasy. When the bucket grows tighter, the locals regard this as an early storm warning. Archived from on August 8, 2012. The series comes after the short film as the pilot episode and is set about three years after the second season and a few years before the events of , featuring 18—19-year-old characters. When Ryker reveals there is no prize, Hiccup manages to escape while the riders arrive and defeat the hunters. Mala is finally convinced that the riders are allies of the dragons and the two groups align to defeat the hunters for good.
Hiccup returns to find Dagur laying siege to Dragon's Edge and sends word for back up, and Astrid and Stoick appear as reinforcements, but the odds are still against them until the trainees appear and fend off the attackers. The number of dragons and worlds to explore is set to expand over time, as the series introduces more and more places and dragons. Using their 'twintuition,' the twins follow the repaired and stolen Macey to find a hidden hunter operation called 'Project Shellfire. He is a member of the A-team and rides a Deadly Nadder named Kingstail. Hiccup, after fiddling around with the eye, finds that it's activated by the fire of any Dragon and works as a light projector showing him maps, writing and Dragons he's never seen. In battle, Hookfang covers his skin with his flammable saliva and sets it on fire, without harming himself; this ability is almost never used when Snotlout is riding him. DreamWorks Dragons: Race to the Edge is set about three years after the second season of the DreamWorks Dragons and tells the action-laden story of what happens before the events of How to Train Your Dragon 2.
After making a plan, they release the captive Singetails only to find the dragons turning on them and forcing the riders to fall back in a cave with no escape. The trio must now flee to release the Skrill from their control before the truce can be settled. In the end, Heather decides to leave, saying she has much she needs to figure out. The Screaming Death happened to be digging shafts underneath the islands that were large enough to cause the islands to collapse into the sea, forcing dragons to abandon their homes. Although she was at first introduced for actions against Berk, her true motive, to rescue her parents from Alvin the Treacherous, proved her loyalty. Hiccup and Stoick admit their fault in taking on their burdens alone and promise to confide in each other as allies as well as family. Despite Gobber and Hiccup's insistence, he is unwilling to trust any new traders that come to Berk.
Hiccup is pressured to take up the temporary role of being chief in Stoick's absence, but Hiccup blames himself, believing that if he had never shot down Toothless in the first place, his father never would have been injured. The riders, Heather in particular, refuse to listen and head in anyway, leaving Dagur to take charge and sacrifice himself to allow the riders to escape. As a result, Barf and Belch become indebted to Hiccup and relentlessly follow him around and dote on him, prompting the twins to come up with ways to put Hiccup in danger so their Zippleback will save him and return to them. Prior to encountering the Dragon Riders, they know nothing of riding or training dragons, as their culture forbids it. Snotlout manages to undo the hypnosis, but Fishlegs pretends to be Thor long enough for the other Riders to swoop in and rescue them and Alvin. 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. While this is happening the twins and Snotlout teach the scouts some of their 'ways' and lose track of them.
When he returns to say goodbye, however, he discovers that in reality, Hookfang has been helping the female protect her eggs from a Titan Wing Monstrous Nightmare. Hiccup develops a diving bell to dive underwater and Changewing Acid to dissolve the chains, but the Hunters' interruption wakes the sleeping Submaripper. She returns in Season 3, bonding with a Razorwhip dragon named Windshear. Between this and Hiccup's disappointment, a despondent Fishlegs leaves and discovers a cavern filled with an abandoned colony of albino Night Terrors. Jones Art Brown and Douglas Sloan June 26, 2015 2015-06-26 While gathering supplies, the riders hear of a rogue dragon rider attacking ships and stealing their provisions. On the way back to Dragons' Edge, Heather reveals that the parents she lost were adoptive, and all she has to remember her birth father is an old horn.
He later double-crosses Dagur returning the Dragon Eye to Hiccup and saving both of them in the process. Fishlegs manages to free the Quakens just as their poundings cause the island to sink and have them destroy the Hunters' stone base. Their group finally returns and meets the hunters' true leader, Ryker's younger brother Viggo Grimborn, who proposes a secret alliance with Heather in order to oust either Ryker or Dagur as possible traitors. Dragons: Race to the Edge was renewed for a sixth and final season which was released on February 16, 2018. Though Viggo manages to get away with Berk's gold, the dragons are still rescued, which Gobber assures Hiccup counts for something. 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 investigate only to be imprisoned by a dragon-worshiping tribe called the Defenders of the Wing led by Queen Mala, who believes them to be hunters for their subjugation of dragons. Cartoon Network via Business Wire. When Hiccup attempts to take out Heather, Astrid intervenes and tells him and the others about Heather's plan to learn about the hunters' real leader, Viggo Grimborn, whom everyone is afraid of. All is well until suddenly the dragons begin to wildly revolt, and the others assume Hiccup's obsessive work regime is to blame. He immediately gains their respect when he seals an opening in their cavern that leaks sunlight, even naming one Darkvarg, but things turn sour when they refuse to let him leave. Ryker is physically stronger and more stubborn than his younger brother. They learn that Dagur has been working undercover trying to save Shattermaster from the Hunters, convincing the two to help him save his dragon and the captured Gronkles.
With no metal, and therefore no weapons to protect their village, Hiccup and the others must find a way to get rid of the rogue dragons, only to discover that the Smokebreaths' appearance was planned as an attack by Dagur the Deranged. Alvin and the Outcasts then attack Berk, and while the riders are defending against the attack, Savage plants Whispering Death eggs in the caverns under Berk. De Marco March 5, 2014 2014-03-05 1. Feeling responsible, Hiccup tries to help find a new job for Gobber, however Gobber's slightly eccentric and overenthusiastic personality makes this difficult. Later, Hiccup receives a Terror Mail supposedly from Stoick saying that he has found a Dragon Eye lens and to meet him alone. The sixth and final season of DreamWorks Dragons: Race to the Edge was released on February 16, 2018.
Out of increasing paranoia, Snotlout begins to make reckless decisions that put the other riders in danger and at odds with him when he attempts to develop himself as a worthy leader only to crack under the pressure. He asks for Hiccup's help in deciphering Oswald's diary, which contains a picture of a massive dragon skull that leads them back to Vanaheim. While down there, Johann and Krogan decide that Viggo is no longer useful and collapse the cave entrance leaving him trapped with a Monstrous Nightmare. It's also interesting to see how much Dagur has developed over the seasons. Stoick decides to leave, but Hiccup helps him see things from the Jorgensons' point of view and convinces him to return, but when more Singetails arrive, Spitelout decides to abandon the island, stating they will build another storehouse elsewhere.