List of DreamWorks Dragons episodes
DreamWorks Dragons is an American television series airing on Cartoon Network (for the first two seasons) and Netflix (after the second season) based on the 2010 film How to Train Your Dragon. The series serves as a bridge between the first film and its 2014 sequel. A one-hour preview consisting of two episodes aired on August 7, 2012, with the official premiere of the series on September 4, 2012. As of June 24, 2016, 79 episodes of DreamWorks Dragons have been released.
The series was announced by Cartoon Network on October 12, 2010. According to Tim Johnson, executive producer for How to Train Your Dragon, the series was planned to be much darker and deeper than DreamWorks Animation's previous television series spin-offs, with a similar tone to the movie. DreamWorks Dragons was the first DreamWorks Animation series to air on Cartoon Network rather than Nickelodeon.
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||Riders of Berk||20||August 7, 2012||March 20, 2013|
|2||Defenders of Berk||20||September 19, 2013||March 5, 2014|
|1||Race to the Edge||13||June 26, 2015|
|2||13||January 8, 2016|
|3||13||June 24, 2016|
Cartoon Network episodes
Season 1 (2012–13)
The first season is subtitled Riders of Berk.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers|
|1||1||"How to Start a Dragon Academy"||Anthony Bell||Mike Teverbaugh & Linda Teverbaugh||August 7, 2012||2.05|
|Having made peace and now living among the Vikings, the dragons' natural behavior leads to chaos on the Isle of Berk. This causes Stoick to reconsider allowing the dragons to roam freely on Berk. It is up to Hiccup and his friends to convince him otherwise.|
|2||2||"Viking for Hire"||John Sanford||Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||August 7, 2012||2.05|
|The peace with the dragons has put Gobber out of business as a weaponry blacksmith. Feeling responsible, Hiccup tries to help find a new job for Gobber, however Gobber's slightly eccentric and overenthusiastic personality makes this difficult.|
|3||3||"Animal House"||John Eng||Mike Teverbaugh & Linda Teverbaugh||September 4, 2012||2.04|
|The dragons unintentionally cripple Berk's food productivity by terrifying the local livestock, and with the year's first winter storm coming, the dragon-riding Viking youths of Berk must try and familiarize the local animals with their dragon companions if they are to have enough food for the winter.|
|4||4||"The Terrible Twos"||Louie del Carmen & Joe Sichta||Jim Cooper||September 11, 2012||1.81|
|Hiccup finds an injured baby dragon in the woods. Noting that this dragon is an undocumented species, he takes it in for care and closer study. The teens name it a "Typhoomerang", but Toothless appears jealous and does not warm up to the energetic newcomer. Meanwhile, the baby's mother makes her way toward Berk to find her lost son.|
|5||5||"In Dragons We Trust"||John Sanford||Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||September 18, 2012||1.79|
|The dragons are blamed for vandalism, and Hiccup tries to prove their innocence by forming a night patrol called the "Dragon United Monitoring Brigade" (DUMB), but not in time to prevent the dragons' banishment from the island. Hiccup begins to suspect that Mildew is responsible for the damage.|
|6||6||"Alvin and the Outcasts"||John Eng||Jim Cooper||September 25, 2012||1.67|
|Continuing from the previous episode, Hiccup attempts to find evidence that Mildew caused the damage to the village, hoping to exonerate the banished dragons. Meanwhile, Alvin the Treacherous of the Outcast Tribe launches a raid on the Isle of Berk in order to find and capture the "Dragon Conqueror".|
|7||7||"How To Pick Your Dragon"||Louie del Carmen & Joe Sichta||Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||October 3, 2012||2.12|
|Hiccup convinces Stoick to ride a dragon to aid him in his duties as chief, but he quickly insists on riding Toothless on a regular basis, to both Toothless and Hiccup's dismay. Meanwhile, a mysterious dragon has been attacking the tribe's fishing ships.|
|8||8||"Portrait of Hiccup as a Buff Man"||John Sanford||Jim Cooper||October 10, 2012||1.93|
|A traditional painted portrait of Berk's Chief and his son exaggerates Hiccup's muscularity and size, which causes him to worry that he is not Stoick's ideal son. Hiccup is determined to prove himself by accomplishing the treasure-hunting quest of Hamish II, a quest that even Stoick and Gobber had not been able to complete.|
|9||9||"Dragon Flower"||John Eng||Jim Cooper||October 17, 2012||1.80|
|Immediately after the visit of the renowned Trader Johann, all dragons on the Isle of Berk are mysteriously falling ill. When Mildew is discovered responsible, he is forced to help Hiccup, Stoick, and Gobber find and capture a ferocious water dragon called the Scauldron in order to concoct an antidote before it is too late.|
|10||10||"Heather Report Part 1"||Louie del Carmen||Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||November 14, 2012||1.80|
|The teens of Berk find a mysterious girl named Heather on Thor's Beach. While Hiccup and the other teens openly welcome the newcomer, Astrid's jealousy turns to suspicion when she notices Heather is taking an unusual interest in the Book of Dragons. Unfortunately it is found she was working with the Outcasts and, despite the Dragon Riders' effort, she manages to give the ancient Book of Dragons to Alvin.|
|11||11||"Heather Report Part 2"||John Sanford||Mike Teverbaugh & Linda Teverbaugh and Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||November 21, 2012||2.21|
|Heather's betrayal to Berk caused the Book of Dragons to fall into Alvin the Treacherous' hands, and Heather's imprisonment on Berk. In order to get the book back from Alvin, Astrid disguises herself as Heather and goes into Outcast Territory. Towards the end of her mission, Astrid learns and confirms Heather's true motives for helping the Outcasts-freeing her parents.|
|12||12||"Thawfest"||John Eng||Jim Cooper and Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||November 28, 2012||1.58|
|Berk's annual festive sporting competition, the Thawfest games, is underway and all the teens are participating with the dragons for the first time in Viking history. Hiccup is determined to finally best Snotlout, who constantly gloats about being the reigning Thawfest champion, but Hiccup's successes begin to make him arrogant and boastful, much to Astrid's displeasure and disappointment.|
|13||13||"When Lightning Strikes"||John Sanford||Justin Hook||December 5, 2012||2.23|
|Sudden lightning storms are endangering the residents of Berk and it is believed that Thor is angry at the island. Mildew leads the superstitious villagers into blaming Toothless, "the unholy offspring of [lightning] and death itself", for the lightning, leaving Hiccup to find the true answers for Thor's sudden destructive anger.|
|14||14||"What Flies Beneath"||Louie del Carmen||Jim Cooper and Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||February 6, 2013||1.45|
|Toothless encounters a Whispering Death that happens to be a rival from his past. Blinded by their grudge against each other, Toothless runs away to confront the rival alone. Hiccup must find Toothless and reason with him before the rivalry turns fatal.|
|15||15||"Twinsanity"||Louie del Carmen||F.M. De Marco, Mark Hoffmeier, Jack Thomas and Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||February 13, 2013||1.48|
|Dagur the Deranged visits Berk to renew a peace treaty between the Hooligan Tribe of Berk and the Berserkers, and the dragons are put into hiding to dispel rumours that Berk is training a dragon army, which will make Dagur cancel the treaty. But when Ruffnut and Tuffnut begin to fight, their dragon, Barf and Belch, is left out of control. The Viking teenagers must bring the twins back together to control their dragon and avoid provoking Dagur to war.|
|16||16||"Defiant One"||John Eng||Art Brown & Douglas Sloan and Jim Cooper||February 20, 2013||1.66|
|Caught in a waterspout, Toothless' prosthetic tail is damaged, rendering him unable to fly and thus leaving him, Hiccup and Snotlout stranded on Outcast Island. The three must work together to repair the damage, overcome the rivalry between Hiccup and Snotlout and return home to Berk before they are captured by Alvin and the Outcasts.|
|17||17||"Breakneck Bog"||John Sanford||Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||February 27, 2013||1.41|
|When Hiccup discovers Trader Johann's ship was shipwrecked in a rumored haunted bog with a gift made for him by his mother, he will stop at nothing to retrieve it -not even being followed by a "fog monster".|
|18||18||"Gem of a Different Color"||John Eng||Mike Teverbaugh & Linda Teverbaugh and Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||March 6, 2013||1.59|
|When Snotlout and the villagers mistake color-changing dragon eggs for gems that bring good fortune, Fishlegs, who is responsible for the eggs' discovery, must take a stand against Snotlout,who is trying to sell the eggs, and reunite them with their Changewing mothers before they destroy Berk.|
|19||19||"We Are Family Part 1"||John Sanford||Art Brown and Douglas Sloan||March 13, 2013||1.83|
|During Berk's annual Bork week celebrations, Hiccup is granted access to Bork the Bold's private and personal archives. When he finds information and a map about an island inhabited by Night Furies within Bork's notes, Hiccup is determined to bring Toothless to his family. After discovering that the Bork notes are fakes made by the Outcasts, the duo tries to flee, but are captured by Alvin.|
|20||20||"We Are Family Part 2"||Elaine Bogan & John Sanford||Mike Teverbaugh & Linda Teverbaugh and Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||March 20, 2013||2.23|
|After being captured, Hiccup discovers that Mildew has joined the Outcasts. However, Mildew is also imprisoned as he's no longer of any use to Alvin now that he has Hiccup. Hiccup reluctantly allows Mildew to help him find Toothless and escape Outcast Island, a final test for Mildew's loyalty to Berk. After Hiccup and Toothless escape, Mildew betrays the Dragon Riders, revealing that Mildew's imprisonment has also been a trick, allowing Alvin to train a Whispering Death.|
Season 2 (2013–14)
The second season is subtitled Defenders of Berk.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers|
|21||1||"Live and Let Fly"||Anthony Bell||Art Brown and Douglas Sloan||September 19, 2013||1.77|
|Concerned that Alvin and the Outcast Tribe are planning an attack on Berk, Stoick institutes flight restrictions on the dragon academy. Certain that Alvin will also use his newfound dragon-training knowledge to bolster any attack, Hiccup forms a secret "Dragon Flight Club" in order to train the kids to defend Berk against a potential dragon army-not realizing that Stoick's flight ban was for everyone except Stoick himself. 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...|
|22||2||"The Iron Gronckle"||John Sanford||Jack Thomas||September 26, 2013||1.41|
|When Fishlegs is kicked off the Dragon Acadamy by Snotlout they arrive at a beach and Meatlug eats all the rocks in sight and Fishlegs on the other hand eats all the berries. soon they get a stomach ache and return to berk to get Meatlug checked by Gobber Fishlegs discovers that Meatlug can produce "Gronckle Iron", a lightweight but extremely strong metal. Because their slow speed had previously allowed an Outcast boat to escape, Fishlegs decides that producing Gronckle Iron is a more helpful task than flying with the other teens, until Meatlug ends up ingesting a magnetic rock, attracting all the metal in the village-including Hiccup's metal leg.|
|23||3||"The Night and the Fury"||Louie del Carmen||Jack Thomas||October 3, 2013||1.09|
|The teens are doing a training exsercise led by Astrid to their disappointment. In the task you have to cross the island of dragons from one end to the other, at night, with no dragons, and 1 weapon. During this daring task Hiccup accounters Daggar his good old friend from the Bizerker tribe. Daggar is hunting for the Night Fury that he thought Hiccup battled. He apparently has been hunting for many nights and has gone, well, Bizerk. It is up to Hiccup and his friends to protect Toothless.|
|24||4||"Tunnel Vision"||Elaine Bogan and John Eng||Mark Hoffmeier||October 10, 2013||1.39|
|When the town's well runs dry, Hiccup and Toothless discover the group of baby Whispering Death dragons in the tunnels underneath the village planted there by Alvin and the Outcasts, and discover a new dragon subspecies, the Screaming Death. The teens must drive the Screaming Death and the Whispering Death hatchlings away from the village before they destroy Berk.|
|25||5||"Race to Fireworm Island"||John Sanford||F.M. De Marco||October 17, 2013||1.34|
|Ever since the Screaming Death and his team of Whispering deaths roamed berk Snotlout has been pushing Hookfang to high limits. Soon enough Hookfang is in deep trouble as his flame goes out, so it's a Race to Fireworm Island to help restore Hookfang's flame before it is too late.|
|26||6||"Fright of Passage"||Louie del Carmen||F.M. De Marco||October 24, 2013||1.24|
|Every decade, Arvandil's Fire arrives to Berk, inviting a ghostly dragon, the Flightmare, to the village. Astrid though is absolutly determined to take the Flightmare down as her Uncle was paralised and sadly was torn by the vicious flightmare as young Astrid sits by and watches her family name be ruined by the vicious creature, so with the help of Fishlegs, Hiccup, and their dragons they drive the Flightmare away. Snotlout on the other hand over hears a bunker being created by the twins Ruffnut and Tuffnut and finds out about what is going. When Snotlout is keen to come in he is put to a stop by the twins as he finds out everyone is on the list but him but the only way to get in is to complete a enourmous list involving rainbow chickens, singing terrible terrors and fish dressed like Stoik.|
|27||7||"Worst in Show"||John Sanford||F.M. De Marco, Mark Hoffmeier, & Jack Thomas and Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||November 7, 2013||1.56|
|When the team has an argument about who is the best dragon trainer, a "competition" take place to see who is the best dragon trainer despite Hiccup the only member who keeps telling them that it is not a competition. They each receive a Terrible Terror and are given one day to train it and teach it tricks and/or skills. While Fishlegs is wrapped up in trying to beat Snotlout, Fishlegs fails to notice that Meatlug caught Outcasts sneaking into Berk, which leads to her being captured.|
|28||8||"Appetite for Destruction"||Elaine Bogan & Adam Henry||Mark Hoffmeier & Jack Thomas||November 14, 2013||1.34|
|When nearby islands begin to disappear and the dragons that used to inhabit them begin migrating to Dragon Island, the teens discover that the cause of this is the Screaming Death, who has returned. 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. The teens have to stop the Screaming Death before it reaches Berk.|
|29||9||"Zippleback Down"||Louie del Carmen||Mark Hoffmeier and Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||November 21, 2013||1.19|
|Barf and Belch are Tuffnut’s only guard when he gets caught in an old dragon trap in the forest. Things go from bad to worse when Tuffnut is faced with not only a fully-grown Torch (the young Typhoomerang that the gang befriended in Season One), but also an incoming deadly forest fire that threatens him and both the dragons/the dragon.|
|30||10||"A View to a Skrill Part 1"||Elaine Bogan||Jack Thomas||December 5, 2013||1.42|
|When the dragon riders discover a Skrill, a lightning-powered dragon revered by the Berserkers, that happens to be frozen in ice, they scramble to get it off Berk. But when the Skrill is thawed out and unleashed, Hiccup and Toothless are faced with a battle between both the Skrill and Dagur the Deranged’s Berserker armada (also hunting the Skrill) which could prove to be more than Hiccup and Toothless can handle. During the battle, the twins witness Alvin in an Outcast ship capturing the Skrill|
|31||11||"A View to a Skrill Part 2"||John Sanford||Mark Hoffmeier||December 5, 2013||1.46|
|When Alvin the Treacherous captures the Skrill, Hiccup, Ruffnut, and Tuffnut go undercover to discover that a truce is in the process of being formed between the Outcasts and the Berserkers to invade Berk with the Skrill as their weapon. Dagur is giving Alvin the support of his vast fleet in exchange for the Skrill, but the truce is uneasy. The trio must now flee to release the Skrill from their control before the truce can be settled. However, Dagur betrays Alvin, claiming that because the Skrill is the Beserker's emblem, that they have full control over it, and gets rid of him. 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. Hiccup and Toothless manage to lure the Skrill into a glacier, freezing it once again.|
|32||12||"The Flight Stuff"||Louie del Carmen||F.M. De Marco, Mark Hoffmeier, Jack Thomas and Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||January 8, 2014||1.82|
|Snotlout becomes convinced he is dying having seen "The five signs of Valhalla", claiming that after seeing a singing tree, falling chickens, and sheep chasing him, etc, that he would die, and wants young Gustav to be his replacement including taking care of Hookfang in case he died. But when Snotlout "miraculously" recovers (the five signs he saw were really pranks played by Ruffnut and Tuffnut), he takes his dragon back, and Gustav decides to get a dragon of his own (named Fanghook) and join the academy… whether they want him to or not, especially as the Dragon Riders plan to stop Dagur the Deranged's new plan.|
|33||13||"Free Scauldy"||Adam Henry||Jack Thomas||January 15, 2014||1.55|
|While on patrol for the Screaming Death, Hiccup, Toothless, Fishlegs and the twins discover an injured Scauldron on Changewing island. The Scauldron rebuffs their attempts for help, so no one but Ruffnut seems to calm it down. She trains the dragon and the gang are able to help it. Ruffnut sacrifices her long braids in order to finish the support for the wing before the Changewings get them.|
|34||14||"Frozen"||John Sanford||F.M. De Marco||January 22, 2014||1.46|
|After rescuing Trader Johann, Hiccup and Toothless return from a mission to find Berk mysteriously empty. They discover that the village has been overrun by Speed Stingers, a non-flying dragon that move at blindingly fast speeds and can paralyze their victims with their tails. The Speed Stingers have trekked across the frozen sea to Berk and driven everyone out of town. Now, Hiccup must find a way to drive the Speed Stinger horde away from Berk before their next raid.|
|35||15||"A Tale of Two Dragons"||Louie del Carmen||F.M. De Marco, Mark Hoffmeier, Jack Thomas and Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||January 29, 2014||1.46|
|Hiccup must mend bridges between Astrid and Snotlout when Stormfly and Hookfang start fighting. Astrid and Snotlout must grudgingly work together to find the cause of the feud, if they want their dragons to stay in the academy. Meanwhile, Fishlegs discovers Dragon Root, which could end up affecting not just Stormfly and Hookfang, but all their dragons.|
|36||16||"The Eel Effect"||Adam Henry||Sam Cherington||February 5, 2014||1.88|
|While gathering an eel for medicine for an Eel Pox epidemic on Berk, Toothless eats a red eel attacking Hiccup after he falls into eel infested waters. This causes Toothless to come down with the dragons' version of Eel Pox, skittish and uncontrollable fire power. To make things worse, the ingredients needed to cure the illness are in Toothless' satchel and all but Fishlegs are caught sick. With little time to lose, Hiccup and Fishlegs must find a way to cure Toothless and get the ingredients for the cure back to Berk.|
|37||17||"Smoke Gets in Your Eyes"||Elaine Bogan||F.M. De Marco||February 12, 2014||1.87|
|When Trader Johann delivers mass quantities of metal to Berk that came from Breakneck Bog, the island becomes infested with Smothering Smokebreaths that steal the town's metal to build a new nest. 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.|
|38||18||"Bing! Bam! Boom!"||Louie del Carmen||Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||February 19, 2014||1.56|
|When three baby Thunderdrums follow Hiccup and Stoick back to Berk, the trio of Dragons prove to be a handful for the Dragon Academy to train. When the baby dragons are forced to live on Dragon Island after nearly destroying Berk, the group learns they can't survive without a parent, so Stoick releases Thornado so he can take care of them, the two parting reluctantly.|
|39||19||"Cast Out, Part I"||Adam Henry||F.M. De Marco, Mark Hoffmeier, Jack Thomas and Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||February 26, 2014||1.64|
|After Snotlout accidentally puts Astrid in a near-death situation, Hiccup suspends him from the academy for disobeying the rules one time too many. However after he and Hookfang are ambushed by the Screaming Death on Snotlout's secret island, "Snotland"', he is rescued by Alvin the Treacherous, who has returned to Berk, claiming he is there to make amends with the Vikings. 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.|
|40||20||"Cast Out, Part II"||John Sanford||F.M. De Marco||March 5, 2014||1.75|
|Hiccup is forced to work with Alvin in order to save his father from Dagur's wrath. But when Alvin and Mildew help him discover what the Screaming Death has been after all along, he comes up with a plan to end the war between the Outcasts and Berk, stop Dagur, get rid of the Screaming Death, and save Berk once and for all.|
The series is subtitled Race to the Edge on Netflix. The series comes after the short film Dawn of the Dragon Racers and is set about three years after the second season and a year before the events of How to Train Your Dragon 2, featuring 19-20-year-old characters.
Season 1 (2015)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original release date|
|41||1||"Dragon Eye of the Beholder Part 1"||Elaine Bogan||FM De Marco & John Tellegen & Jack Thomas and Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||June 26, 2015|
|It has been 3 years since the war with the Berserkers and Hiccup and his friends are enjoying life. But, when Dagur the Deranged escapes from the prison on Outcast Island, he decides to take his revenge on Hiccup. Hiccup and the dragon riders, thanks to Johann, band back together and track him down to a fog bank beyond their borders and discover a huge graveyard of ships filled with treasures that Dagur would use to build a new armada. In the commander's quarters of 'The Reaper', Hiccup finds a very mysterious device and after a struggle with Dagur all of the group, apart from Hiccup, are trapped in a cage. Dagur fires a boulder, from a catapult, onto The Reaper causing the ship to sink, leaving Hiccup with a choice: Retrieve the device he found from Dagur, or save his friends from certain death.|
|42||2||"Dragon Eye of the Beholder Part 2"||Elaine Bogan||Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||June 26, 2015|
|Hiccup goes to save the other riders, but discovers that cage is 'Dragon-Proof'. After much effort they finally get it open and Hiccup is able to retrieve the device from a distracted Dagur. Back on Berk, Hiccup asks Gobber and Gothi about the device which he dubs 'The Dragon Eye' Gothi tells them that the key to unlocking the 'Dragon Eye' is a tooth from the Snow Wraith (A Strike class Dragon that detects body heat as a form of sight). The riders and Gothi travel to Glacier Island to retrieve the tooth. Meanwhile, Gobber takes Gothi's place as the village healer, however he is far from good at it. 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. He then quotes, "This changes ... everything!"|
|43||3||"Imperfect Harmony"||Jae Hong Kim||Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||June 26, 2015|
|The riders start to explore the maps they have seen on the 'Dragon Eye' and go far from Berk, to the point that they decide that they need an island base just for themselves. They come across an island that they think is perfect only to wake in the morning to find that their dragons have been trapped by a hardening-mucus spitting dragon they call the Death Song. In an attempt to free their dragons all of the group apart from Hiccup get trapped by the dragon. With the help of a wild Thunderdrum, Hiccup uses Monstrous Nightmare mucus that Snotlout brought with him to warm the hardened mucus and free the group.|
|44||4||"When Darkness Falls"||Elaine Bogan||Jack Thomas||June 26, 2015|
|The riders finally find an island that will be perfect for an outpost. Unknown to them, a new species of dragon living on the Island, known as the 'Night Terrors', lives there too, and they ambush and scare Tuffnut. After the group traps the leader dragon they realise how much danger the rest of the dragons are in when Changewings begin attacking them. 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. The dragon riders fight off the Changewings and free the leader. The leader then befriends the riders as the natural protector of them and the island.|
|45||5||"Big Man on Berk"||T.J. Sullivan||John Tellegen||June 26, 2015|
|Back on Berk Stoick has asked the riders to deal with a Scauldron which is in the waters around Berk. It becomes apparent that Fishlegs has become allergic to something. Gothi hypnotises Fishlegs in an attempt to rid him of the allergy, however due to Snotlout talking during the hypnosis, Fishlegs thinks he is the all mighty, all conquering, warrior viking called Thor Bonecrusher who is loved by everyone and has no fear of anything. In Thor's attempt to tame the Scauldron, Meatlug comes under attack, and the fear for Meatlug's safety is the only thing to snap Fishlegs out of the hypnosis. Later, it was discovered that Fishlegs was allergic to Gobber's ear wax which he has been using on Meatlug's saddle.|
|46||6||"Gone Gustav Gone"||Elaine Bogan||FM De Marco||June 26, 2015|
|Gustav visits the riders on Dragon's Edge saying he is now ready to be trained, as promised by Hiccup, to be a proper dragon rider. After much delaying and 'keeping Gustav busy' by the riders, Gustav takes the Dragon Eye to go on a treasure hunt. When the riders find out they make it clear to him that he is too immature to become a rider, Gustav runs from the island in the night. Dagur captures him and Fanghook, whereby Gustav appears to become a part of their crew claiming he knows how to get Dagur the Dragon Eye. A trade takes place, but Gustav decides to stay with Dagur. He later double-crosses Dagur returning the Dragon Eye to Hiccup and saving both of them in the process. Hiccup also discovers a new series of lenses for the 'Dragon Eye'.|
|47||7||"Reign of Fireworms"||T.J. Sullivan||Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||June 26, 2015|
|It becomes apparent that the twins are the rightful and lawful owners of the island on which the riders have made base. They enforce their royalty rights immediately getting the other riders doing meaningless and annoying tasks. 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. After the twins throw everyone in the 'dungeon' they realise they need the other riders to stop the island becoming a pile of ash. They agree that all the group are equal owners to the island and they in turn agree to help. It is only the Night Terrors forming the shape of the Fireworm Queen that gets the Fireworms to leave the island.|
|48||8||"Crushing It"||T.J. Sullivan||FM De Marco & Mike Hoffmeier & John Tellegen & Jack Thomas and Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||June 26, 2015|
|The riders are tracking down an elusive Rumblehorn that is going around their island base and scaring all the dragons away. At the same time, Gobber appears and warns Hiccup of an unpleasant change in Stoick back on Berk that is currently driving everyone crazy. Hiccup enlists the aid of his father in tracking down the Rumblehorn, but Stoick comes to question its intentions upon discovering it. 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 aid of Stoick and the Rumblehorn, the riders create a wall to block the wave and protect the island. In the end it was revealed that Stoick missed Thornado but in turn comes to bond with the Rumblehorn, who becomes his new dragon Skullcrusher.|
|49||9||"Quake, Rattle and Roll"||Jae Hong Kim||FM De Marco||June 26, 2015|
|Experimenting with the Dragon Eye allows Fishlegs to find the location of Dark Deep, the ancestral home island of the Gronckles. Upon landing there, they find the island has been taken over by a massive new dragon called the Catastrophic Quaken. It's dangerous behavior forces the other Gronckles to leave and seek refuge on Dragons' Edge, much to everyone's dismay. Determined to win back Dark Deep for the Gronckles, Fishlegs allows Snotlout to train him in fighting dirty behind Hiccup's back in order to beat the Quaken and drive it off, but quickly find themselves outmatched once they confront it directly. They eventually learn the Quaken's behavior was out of loneliness and defensive instinct, and allow it to remain and share the island with the Gronckles.|
|50||10||"Have Dragon Will Travel, Part I"||David M. V. Jones||Art Brown and Douglas Sloan||June 26, 2015|
|While gathering supplies, the riders hear of a rogue dragon rider attacking ships and stealing their provisions. They identify the rider's dragon with the Dragon Eye as a Razorwhip and pursue it to a remote island. One by one the riders are picked off by the rogue until Hiccup and Toothless chase her down and she reveals herself to be Heather, with her new dragon Windshear. The group mostly welcomes her back with open arms, but Hiccup is suspicious of her new, more aggressive behavior. Following her to Trader Johan's ship, Hiccup interrogates Johan and learns that Heather's island was attacked and her parents killed by Dagur, who she pursues for revenge while stealing supplies to help rebuild. Heather meanwhile tracks down Dagur alone but is captured by his new armada.|
|51||11||"Have Dragon Will Travel, Part II"||T.J. Sullivan||John Tellegen||June 26, 2015|
|Hiccup manages to rescue Heather, and though she is still determined to take revenge, Hiccup persuades her to leave it for another day. 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. When they return, the riders re-welcome Heather while offering their support and she and Astrid take the time to bond. 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. They manage to successfully capture Dagur, but Hiccup intervenes before Heather can kill him, revealing that her horn was a gift from Stoick to Oswald the Agreeable, her father, meaning that Dagur is her brother. Dagur offers her the chance to join with the Berserkers, but she refuses. In the end, Heather decides to leave, saying she has much she needs to figure out.|
|52||12||"The Next Big Sting"||T.J. Sullivan||FM De Marco||June 26, 2015|
|Hiccup is testing a prototype wingsuit when the riders come across an injured adolescent Speed Stinger. Hiccup elects to nurse it back to health but Snotlout opts to leave it on account of its paralyzing abilities. The riders take it back and nurse its leg to health when Fishlegs discovers the Stinger has gained webbed feet as a result of evolution. Snotlout and Ruffnut kidnap the Stinger and take it back to its pack when they and the rest of the riders are attacked by the other Speed Stingers who have similarly evolved. The 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. The young Stinger is torn between its pack and the riders, but Hiccup convinces it to go back with its family.|
|53||13||"Total Nightmare"||Jae Hong Kim||Richard Hamilton & John Tellegen & Jack Thomas||June 26, 2015|
|The riders are in the middle of training when Hookfang begins behaving strangely after hearing a mysterious call. Following him, the riders find that he has mated with a female Monstrous Nightmare. Convinced that Hookfang has reverted to his old feral nature, Snotlout decides to resign from being a dragon rider. 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. Snotlout and Hookfang join forces to gain dominance over the Titan Wing and drive it away, saving the eggs and their mother.|
Season 2 (2016)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original release date|
|54||1||"Team Astrid"||Elaine Bogan||Jack Thomas||January 8, 2016|
|The riders return to Berk upon receiving a distress letter to find the village in ruins after a hit-and-run attack by Dagur's armada. Astrid, after seeing her home destroyed, decides to train a new team of Dragon Riders. Many recruits apply, including Gustav, Gothi, and Spitelout, but Hiccup takes notice of her overly harsh regimen and points out she wants her students to fail so she has a reason to stay on Berk and protect her family. 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. Though they receive reprimand, Astrid promotes them to full Riders with Gustav as the leader and remains on Dragon's Edge.|
|55||2||"Night of the Hunters, Part 1"||Jae Hong Kim||John Tellegen||January 8, 2016|
|During a morning flight, Astrid and Stormfly encounter a band of mysterious dragon hunters on the beach, led by Ryker Grimborn, who captures Stormfly while leaving Astrid adrift. After finding her, the riders scour the beach and the wreck of the Reaper for clues on their whereabouts, but only find a new lens for the Dragon Eye that works with a Changewing's acid. The new map displays the location of a port the hunters are on their way to, and though at first the attack is successful, Ryker reveals he is one step ahead. Only Hiccup and Snotlout manage to escape while the others are captured. While imprisoned, they reunite with Heather, who has now joined forces with her brother and is apparently working together with Ryker.|
|56||3||"Night of the Hunters, Part 2"||Elaine Bogan||Jack Thomas||January 8, 2016|
|After interrogation by Dagur and Heather, Astrid learns the hunters are looking for the Dragon's Eye, which was lost to them years ago. Though Ryker attempts to break them by showing their dragons imprisoned, the riders hold their silence. They attempt to escape but are captured again, and when Dagur proposes to kill them, Heather convinces Ryker to keep them as slaves. 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. They launch their attack and rescue the others, and both sides prepare for their next encounter.|
|57||4||"Bad Moon Rising"||Elaine Bogan||Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||January 8, 2016|
|Fishlegs, Gobber, and the riders are testing a new target made from Gronkle Iron, which Fishlegs learned the recipe for on Ryker's ship, when Tuffnut appears with a strange bite mark. Gobber believes it to be the Lycanwing, a mythic dragon whose bite can turn humans into vicious dragon hybrids, and Snotlout preys on Tuffnut's paranoia making him believe he will become a Lycanwing by the next full moon. Ruffnut tries everything from having Snotlout bitten by other dragons and reasoning with him as he is about to fall off a cliff, and Hiccup and Fishlegs reveal the Lycanwing legend was invented to protect a pair of Dragon Eye lenses hidden on another island, but Tuffnut is only convinced when Snotlout appears and states he was actually bitten by a wolf, which bites him as well.|
|58||5||"Snotlout Gets the Axe"||T.J. Sullivan||F.M. De Marco||January 8, 2016|
|Spitelout comes to Dragon's Edge to announce a union between the Jorgenson and Hofferson clans and charges last pick Snotlout with delivering the Jorgenson family axe to the Isle of Frigga for the ceremony. 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 uses the Smothering Smokebreaths to get it back and the riders help the Armorwing when they pick apart its hide, earning its trust. They deliver the axe late only to discover a fight broke out and the wedding was cancelled. Meanwhile Fishlegs teaches the twins about Viking marriage and Tuffnut, believed to be certified, weds Fishlegs and Ruffnut.|
|59||6||"The Zippleback Experience"||Jae Hong Kim||Will Morey||January 8, 2016|
|The twins start an avalanche on the island where the riders are setting up a new watchtower and Hiccup and Toothless save Barf and Belch before they can go over a cliff. 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. Hiccup is captured by Ryker and Dagur but is rescued by Barf and Belch who in turn are rescued from drowning by the twins, repaying the debt and returning everything to normal.|
|60||7||"Snow Way Out"||T.J. Sullivan||Douglas Britton & Jack Thomas||January 8, 2016|
|The riders are testing new battle armor for their dragons when Astrid arrives with intel that the hunters are in search of the Snow Wraith to get a tooth to power the Dragon Eye. Astrid is separated from Hiccup in a snowstorm and finds Heather camped out on a nearby cliff. It is revealed that Heather is acting as a spy and she gave Astrid the information, but when Astrid proposes that they tell Hiccup the truth, Heather declines. Astrid brings the other riders to a cave where the Snow Wraith is hibernating, while Heather's attempts to mislead Ryker fail and he finds the cave on his own. Ryker meets with Hiccup demanding the Dragon Eye, but Heather manages to foil his plan to take it and Ryker instead seals them in the cave, using them to flush out three Snow Wraiths. 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.|
|61||8||"Edge of Disaster, Part 1"||Elaine Bogan||Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||January 8, 2016|
|Hiccup, Fishlegs and Snotlout respond to an SOS by Johann that hunters are attacking his ship, but are surprised to find extremely aggressive wild dragons attacking instead. Hiccup, Snotlout and Johann try to devise a plan when Fishlegs ends up held hostage by them. 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. Ruffnut is captured by the hunters, whose armada is approaching Dragon's Edge, leaving defense of the island to Astrid and Tuffnut alone.|
|62||9||"Edge of Disaster, Part 2"||T.J. Sullivan||Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||January 8, 2016|
|While captive, Fishlegs befriends the wild dragons and sees that they are victims of the hunters, and Hiccup in turn realizes that Johann was led out to the island to lure them away from Dragon's Edge. Back on the island Astrid and Tuffnut manage to fend off the hunters' attacks and Heather keeps them from approaching on foot. When Astrid runs out of ideas, it's Tuffnut's tricks that manage to give them the advantage while Ruffnut escapes on Windshear. Hiccup uses his flight suit to win the trust of the wild dragons and leads them in a counterattack that fends off Ryker and his group. Astrid and Ruffnut reconcile and the riders lead the wild dragons to a new home on the Edge.|
|63||10||"Shock and Awe"||David M.V. Jones |
Jae Hong Kim
|Ann Austen & John Tellegen||January 8, 2016|
|Fishlegs spots a mysterious creature in the cove, but the others, on account of it being "Loki Day," are hesitant to believe him. Upon investigation, they discover it to be a young adult Seashocker having drifted into the cove after being separated from its pod. Fishlegs is reluctant to let the Seashocker leave in the interest of studying it, but is convinced otherwise after it is injured by Stormfly. In trying to set the Seashocker free, it ends up being chased by a pack of Scauldrons, and Fishlegs, guilty over his trapping the Seashocker, goes to extremes to save it. When it is about to escape into the sea, it ends up cornered by the Scauldrons, but is saved by the rest of its pod. In the end, the twins, who have been pranking everyone without end, receive retribution by the rest of the riders.|
|64||11||"A Time to Skrill"||David M.V. Jones |
Jae Hong Kim
|Ricky Roxburgh & FM De Marco & Jack Thomas||January 8, 2016|
|A sudden attack on Outcast Island and Berk during consecutive lightning storms finds the riders facing off once more against the Skrill, who they discover wants revenge on Hiccup and Toothless for re-burying it in the glacier. Hiccup and Toothless decide to face against it one on one and later lead it into a trap, but the Skrill anticipates their plan and traps them instead. 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. The riders are cornered in trying to release it, but receive unexpected help from the Skrill itself in sending the hunters away. Just as they are about to imprison the Skrill again, Hiccup decides against it, and the Skrill is set free.|
|65||12||"Maces and Talons, Part 1"||Elaine Bogan||Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||January 8, 2016|
|The riders successfully rescue more dragons from the hunters, leaving Ryker with suspicions about Heather. 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. Heather meets with the riders and informs them Viggo is after the Flightmare, but this proves to be a trap by Viggo to eliminate the riders and exposes Heather as a spy. 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.|
|66||13||"Maces and Talons, Part 2"||T.J. Sullivan||Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||January 8, 2016|
|The riders return to Dragon's Edge after their disastrous mission to find the island torn apart by Viggo's men, but thanks to Ruffnut, the Dragon Eye remains with them. Intimidated by Viggo's intelligence, Hiccup decides to take a more cautious approach against him, and discovers upon investigating his ship that Viggo has challenged him to a game of strategy with Heather's life as the prize. 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. With the Flightmare's mist, the Eye is reactivated, giving Viggo full access to its powers. The riders are left only with the resolve to reclaim the Dragon Eye before he can use it.|
Season 3 (2016)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original release date|
|67||1||"Enemy of My Enemy"||David M.V. Jones |
Jae Hong Kim
|Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||June 24, 2016|
|Months have passed since the riders' defeat at the hands of Viggo and Hiccup is determined to reclaim the Dragon Eye. His obsession quickly lands him in trouble when he and Toothless are stranded on an island inhabited by the hunters and Toothless is incapacitated. Help comes from an unlikely source when Dagur appears and guides Hiccup and Toothless to his hideout, where he explains that he has been living in exile since leaving the hunters and claims to be reformed. Though highly reluctant, Hiccup works together with Dagur to cure Toothless but the two are captured and Dagur appears to abandon Hiccup, but later comes back riding Toothless to save him. The three escape the island, but Hiccup is still not sure what to make of this old enemy turned ally.|
|68||2||"Crash Course"||Simon Otto||Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||June 24, 2016|
|The Fireworm Queen comes to Dragon's Edge to recruit Snotlout and Hookfang for help in warding away a dangerous scavenging predator, the Cavern Crasher. Snotlout is determined to repay the debt he owes to the Queen for saving Hookfang's life to the point where he refuses help from the other riders. As the divided riders struggle against the Crasher's detonative mucus ability, the Queen guides Snotlout and Hookfang to her hive, revealing she needs help defending her babies. When the Queen and riders all unite, it proves to be too much for the invading Crasher, and it retreats. Hiccup credits Snotlout for a job well done and the twins reward him with a carving of his face in a monument back at the Edge.|
|69||3||"Follow the Leader"||T.J. Sullivan||Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||June 24, 2016|
|Fishlegs is left in charge while Hiccup and Astrid are out exploring, but Snotlout and the twins show no respect for his authority when they blow up the Edge's cache of Nightmare gel for their amusement. Fishlegs head out on his own and discovers a cave filled with runes, only to come back and face Hiccup's disappointment for not reigning in Snotlout and the twins' recklessness. Despondent, Fishlegs returns to the cave, where he discovers an abandoned colony of albino Night Terrors; 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. Meatlug goes back to warn the other riders, and with Darkvarg's help and Fishlegs' leadership they all manage to escape. Hiccup reconciles with Fishlegs and assures him that he would not ever hesitate to leave him in charge in the future.|
|70||4||"Turn and Burn"||David M.V. Jones |
Jae Hong Kim
|Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||June 24, 2016|
|Hiccup and Snotlout are in the middle of another argument when Stoick arrives, informing them that Spitelout has been missing for months after going off on a reconnaissance mission to find a location for an emergency storehouse. They find he has already established the storehouse on another island and has been defending it from an attacking Singetail. The four attempt to work together, but their efforts are hindered by Stoick and Spitelout's constant arguing, and their sons are left to reluctantly take their father's side. 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.|
|71||5||"Buffalord Soldier"||Robert Briggs |
Jae Hong Kim
|FM De Marco||June 24, 2016|
|Astrid finds a drifting ship while out on patrol and becomes sick when she comes in contact with the dying crew. Upon inspection, the riders identify it as 'The Scourge of Odin,' a deadly plague whose only known cure is a solution made from the saliva of a Buffalord, a dragon hunted to extinction centuries ago. Using copied notes from the Dragon Eye, the riders locate a living Buffalord, but it refuses to leave the island where it lives. The only solution is to bring Astrid to the Buffalord, but Viggo also arrives revealing he infected his own men to get to the riders and let them lead him to the Buffalord. Hiccup reluctantly lets Viggo leave with the Buffalord in exchange for the cure, but as soon as his ship leaves it fights back forcing the hunters to release it. Astrid is cured and the riders offer words for the deceased sailors.|
|72||6||"A Grim Retreat"||Simon Otto||Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||June 24, 2016|
|The riders, tired and restless from overwork on defenses for the Edge, convince Hiccup to allow a much-needed vacation on a deserted island paradise. All is well until suddenly the dragons begin to wildly revolt, and the others assume Hiccup's obsession with Viggo and endless work routine is to blame. Toothless appears to be the only exception until he too begins to rebel, but the riders discover to be the true cause to be freshwater-dwelling parasitic dragons called Grimoras. One by one the riders cure their dragons using salt water, and the riders agree to take vacations at home while Hiccup promises to lighten up on his Viggo obsession. Meanwhile, Stoick and Gobber, left in charge while the riders are away, lose Tuffnut's chicken and each try to replace it with a new one.|
|73||7||"To Heather or Not to Heather"||T.J. Sullivan||Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||June 24, 2016|
|After discovering that Fishlegs has been secretly communicating with Heather since the 'Viggo Fiasco', the riders decide to invite her to the Edge and convince her to join them. Heather seems to instantly fit in with the riders, but Windshear, used to being Heather's sole protector, complicates things when she acts extremely hostile towards the other dragons as they help with the yearly Nadder Migration. Heather is convinced the only solution is to leave, but Fishlegs discovers a way to use Windshear's protective instincts to the team's advantage and save the others from an ambush by the hunters. 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.|
|74||8||"Stryke Out"||Greg Rankin||Will Morey||June 24, 2016|
|Hiccup and Toothless accidentally land in a Hunter trap while exploring a nearby hideout, and are made prisoners in a gladiator-type arena where dragons fight each other in wagered bouts. Hiccup tries to tame the imprisoned dragons while Toothless battles in the arena, soon pitted against the resident champion, the Triple Stryke. The other riders interrogate the hunters for information on their whereabouts and trick them into sending word to the arena and following the Terror to their location. They find Hiccup and fend off the hunters leading the imprisoned dragons to freedom, while the Triple Stryke, having been in captivity for so long, decides to go with the riders, who name him "Sleuther," back to the Edge.|
|75||9||"Tone Death"||Robert Briggs||Art Brown & Douglas Sloan||June 24, 2016|
|The Dragon Riders find themselves in over their heads when they save an egg from the Hunters that hatches into a baby Death Song and won't stop crying. With Heather's help, they discover they can train the baby, named "Garffiljorg," by singing it songs, but Garffiljorg still continues to cry. Heather refuses to abandon the baby dragon, convincing the riders to leave it on Melody Island to be cared for by the elder Death Song. The Death Song rejects Garffiljorg when it sings the songs taught to it by the riders and imprisons them, but Garffiljorg returns to protect them by singing the Death Song's native cry. The dragons bond and fly away, allowing the riders to return home.|
|76||10||"Between a Rock and a Hard Place"||T.J. Sullivan||FM De Marco||June 24, 2016|
|The riders ambush a hunter convoy only to find it loaded with marble blocks. They decide to split up: Astrid, Heather, and Snotlout will track the other convoy ship while Hiccup, Fishlegs, and the twins scout a nearby island. The latter team comes across a marble mining operation using two Catastrophic Quakens that have been trained to respond to hammer strike vibrations, and while Fishlegs is determined to save them, Hiccup fears it may already be too late. Meanwhile, Astrid and the others find the marble is being used to construct a dragon-proof fortress that will make it impossible for any captured dragons to escape. Fishlegs manages to free the Quakens just as their poundings cause the island to sink and have them destroy the Hunters' stone base. The riders fear how many other slave dragons the hunters have while Viggo assures the riders will pay.|
|77||11||"Family on the Edge"||David M.V. Jones||Jack Thomas||June 24, 2016|
|Hiccup and the riders are preparing an attack on a hunter shipyard when Dagur appears, asking for Hiccup's help to find Heather. Hiccup scrambles to keep the siblings from noticing each other by sending Heather on recon while offering Dagur a Gronckle he names Shattermaster to get him to leave. The other riders help once they find out, but are still doubtful, while Heather, once she returns, attacks him and throws him out despite his pleas that he is trying to change. Dagur is imprisoned once he sees the riders' plans for attack and warns Hiccup that the shipyard is a trap. The riders refuse to listen and head in anyway, leaving Dagur to take charge and sacrifice himself to allow the riders to escape. Back at the Edge, Heather finds a note from Dagur telling the truth about their father, leaving Heather to mourn in silence.|
|78||12||"Last Auction Heroes"||David M.V. Jones||Jack Thomas||June 24, 2016|
|With Dagur's information and a map of the location stolen by Johann, the riders send Snotlout and Gobber undercover with Berk's reluctantly lent gold to the hunters' latest dragon auction to rescue the dragons and cripple Viggo's business. Johann smuggles in the other riders with his ship, but though they infiltrate successfully, they are discovered and imprisoned in the caverns while their dragons are put on auction, beginning with Toothless. The riders escape with the help of the disposal Hotburple named Grump who Gobber bonds with and send the hunters running. Though Viggo manages to get away with Berk's gold, the dragons are still rescued, which Gobber assures Hiccup counts for something.|
|79||13||"Defenders of the Wing, Part 1"||David M.V. Jones||Jack Thomas||June 24, 2016|
|As the riders continuously sabotage the hunters' business, Viggo offers Hiccup a truce, dividing the archipelago in half to prevent further war between them. While looking it over, the riders believe Viggo is keeping them from something on a nearby island. 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. Hiccup allows himself to stand trial and face their punishments seeing Mala and her tribe as potential allies in their struggles against the Hunters and eventually wins her trust. They learn the tribe is guarded by a lava-eating dragon, the Eruptadon, whom Mala and the others label 'The Great Protector,' but Hiccup soon finds out, when the Eruptadon is captured, that Viggo was using them as a distraction. Believing them to have been in league with the hunters all along, Mala swears to kill Hiccup herself.|
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