The machine works well, but as they near Berk, the machine breaks and crashes into the ocean. Hiccup and his friends come just in time for the alarm to set off.
Because Hiccup is the last person back, he demands Madguts to sing a love song at the next "Thing" while dressed up as an "ickle pretty shepherdess".
It is revealed that in turn for his life, the Northern Wanderers have tattooed Hiccup with the Slavemark, a Viking symbol which now means he is technically a slave.
However, he can hide the Slavemark under his helmet and so now will have to wear his helmet forever.
This is the eighth book in the series. The Hooligans, while searching for Camicazi who had been shipwrecked during a storm in the Eastern Archipelago a dangerous section in the Barbaric Archipelago , accidentally crash their ship into a rock, and the ship sinks in the shallow waters of the Beach of the Broken Heart, a haunted beach belonging to wicked pirates called Uglithugs, forcing the Hooligans to camp there.
While on the beach, they find a mysterious object, and they discover it is a throne belonging to Hooligans, as the Hooligan coat of arms is on it.
In the middle of the night, the leader of the Uglithugs, UG, and his men, discover the Hooligans, waking them up. Hiccup realizes that Fishlegs is the one who sent the letters, and spares Fishlegs life by telling UG that he himself wrote the letters.
UG then tells him the Impossible Task: Back on the little isle of Berk, Stoick convinces the other Hooligans to help Hiccup collect the honey.
Meanwhile, Fishlegs realizes that he himself is a Berserk, after going berserk himself. And that he had been thrown into the sea in a lobster pot and had been adopted by Hooligans, and goes off to Berserk on his Chickenpoxer dragon.
Hiccup and Toothless follow him on the Windwalker. On Berserk, Fishlegs successfully collect five pots of honey, but gets captured by Berserks.
All of them are to be fed to "the Beast" later in the evening. Hiccup realizes that the chef of the Berserk Chief is actually Alvin the Treacherous who is in chains.
Alvin explains that when he was in the Fire Dragon in Book 5, he had used his sword to pop open the stomach of the Exterminator Dragon he was riding because there is lots of laughing gas in the stomach of dragons.
Hiccup tells Alvin that he can help him escape if he shows him where Camicazi is imprisoned Hiccup had already knew that she was imprisoned in Berserk.
Grimbeard tried to kill the second Hiccup by leaving him in the mountainside, upsetting his wife who left to look for the second Hiccup. Meanwhile, the second Hiccup was adopted by Grimler dragons and learned to speak Dragonese, but was found by Hooligans, and he and his adopted step dragon brother, a Seadragonus Giganticus Maximus named Furious, lived with Grimbeard.
One day, Hiccup wanted to hold a petition for the dragons to demand freedom. Hiccup goes back into his cage just as the feeding of "the Beast" begins.
Alvin, surprised that Hiccup has returned, chooses Hiccup to be fed to "the Beast" first. Hiccup realizes that "the Beast" is actually the "Dragon Furious".
After realizing that Hiccup is a descendant of a boy he loved, he swears a "cross my heart and hope to die" oath this is an oath that any dragon cannot break if Hiccup sets him free.
The oath was that the Dragon Furious will help free the prisoners on the island and never harm humans. He sets fire to the Berserk woods and tells Hiccup that a year after he leaves the Archipelago, he shall return to destroy the humans along with a dragon army The Dragon Furious really hates humans.
In the epilogue, Hiccup reveals that sometimes he dreams he is the father of the second Hiccup, and sees him riding on a dragon, promising he will return.
This is the ninth book in the series. Bad times come to the Archipelago, and ever since the woods of Berserk burned down it is as if the world is cursed.
The youngsters have to go up the cliff, "The Hard Way", and are attacked by a pack of dragons of different species, which is unusual behaviour for dragons.
But once at the school, no one is to be found. She tells everyone that the dragons are revolting in a "Red Rage" and are led by the dragon Furious, who was one year before released by She tells the tribes that the sword fighting competition must be used to find the next king of the Wilderwest.
She tells them a prophecy which is about the next king: Hiccup has got all of these things, except the throne, though he knows where it is, the crown, and the dragon jewel.
Meanwhile, the witch makes sure that her son Alvin has no challengers during the competition. The Wodensfang tells him he was the one who gave the first Hiccup the Dragon Jewel.
He gets back into the hut and the witch attacks him but he was immune to the vorpent venom on her claws gets himself covered in the poison in the struggle, wins the competition, beating his own father.
Hiccup is declared winner and tells the tribes that he wanted to free all dragons so that there would be no revolt in the first place.
He wants to abolish slavery for both humans and dragons. The Slavemark is the ultimate mark of shame. Since he has the Slavemark, Hiccup is automatically a slave, disqualified from the competition, exiled from his tribe, and could never become chief, let alone a king.
Fishlegs, who is also a runt, was abandoned, but he ended up on Berk. Everyone has to turn their backs, excluding Fishlegs, who gives Hiccup his lobster-claw necklace, the only thing Fishlegs has from his parents.
Furious arrives and the war begins. Only Windwalker and Toothless stay faithful, and bring Hiccup to safety. He is followed by the dragons, who think he has the Dragon Jewel, the only thing that could stop the dragons now.
This is not the end I will be back! This is the tenth book in the series. The Dragon Rebellion has begun.
Snotlout is the new Chief of the Hooligan Tribe. Stoick has been banished and given the Slavemark. But what can Hiccup do, now all alone and in exile, hunted by both humans and dragons?
And if he does, what will he do with it? The book starts with Hiccup in exile. He is nearly killed by his mother, Vallhallarama while he deactivates dragon traps, and loses the map to her.
There, he finds and befriends many slaves, including his father that comb the beaches during low tide, looking for the Dragon Jewel.
Alvin discovers Hiccup and makes him look for the Dragon Jewel by himself, with a deadly armed guard. A Deadly Shadow swoops down and snatches Hiccup before he has a chance to look for the Jewel.
The dragon brings him to a hill to kill him, but notices that he has the lobster claw necklace. They lost sight of the baby however, and it drifted to Berk and grew up to be Fishlegs.
He goes to this hole and gets pulled in to it by its inhabitant, a large dragon with an eye on each finger. He also finds the Dragon Jewel.
Then they swim to shore through and exit, and the Deadly Shadow picks them up, all flying triumphantly into the distance. Cressida Cowell tells readers to stop reading there if they want a happy story.
However Valhallarama finds Hiccup and takes him to the slave jail. There she convinces the slaves and others to join Hiccup against Alvin.
By making the slavemark the dragon mark. The Dragons finally break into the jail and the humans flee. The story ends with Hiccup happily being reunited with his human companions.
This is the eleventh book in the series. Soon they find Wolf-fangs in the river, showing them why he was screaming. Then they see why he stopped.
Thousands of Dragon Rebellion dragons were sleeping on the riverbank. Then they see who the human is The Hogfly, in turn, accidentally wakes up the nearby Rebellion dragons.
They all flee from the Rebellion dragons joined by the dragon Furious to their secret hideout, hiding as Furious and the dragons search for them.
When escaping from the Alvinsmen, Snotlout changes clothes with Hiccup to provide a diversion. Snotlout is shot down, and killed.
Therefore, everyone thinks Hiccup is dead, though he survived, but he is left unconscious on a beach. The twelfth and final book in the How to Train Your Dragon series.
The Wodensfang tries to explain who Hiccup is, but before they can they are attacked by Sharkworms and the Vampire Spydragon from the previous book.
After defeating the dragons, Hiccup takes a boat which has washed up on the beach and sails towards Tomorrow. Once Hiccup reaches Tomorrow, he is captured by the Dragon Guardians of Tomorrow who attempt to kill by performing Death by Airy Oblivion, but halfway up realize that they have made a mistake and Hiccup should not be killed, and so drop him in the swamp.
At this point, Hiccup regains his memory and gives a speech convincing the Druid Guardian to crown him king instead.
Hiccup is crowned and prepares to engage the Dragon Furious in single combat. This means that Hiccup will have to defeat the Dragon Furious with might alone.
As Furious prepares to kill Hiccup, Hiccup remembers a speech Furious gave at the beginning of battle, where he talks about how Hiccup was the new Grimbeard and would be a cruel king.
Hiccup deduces that the necklace was also Grimbeards, and so gets Toothless to crack open the necklace with his jaws, revealing the real Dragon Jewel.
Hiccup threatens Furious with the jewel and talks to him, reaching a peace agreement. Once the agreement has been reached, Hiccup throws the jewel into the sea.
However, before the agreement can be made, Alvin and the Witch attack Furious, thus violating the laws of single combat. Furious gets the dragon army to attack and so soon there is an all-out Vikings vs.
After telling this, Alvin prepares to kill Fishlegs before the Dragon Guardians intervene and kill him once and for all by giving him "death by airy oblivion".
Hiccup convinces Furious to call off the attack once more and are once again about to reach a peace agreement when the Witch attacks Hiccup with the Stormblade.
Furious intervenes and kills the Witch, then completes the treaty and makes himself and Hiccup blood brothers. However, the Stormblade was poisoned and so Furious leaves his command of the dragons to Luna, his second-in-command, and goes out to sea to die.
Hiccup also instructed Fishlegs to perpetuate that the whole story was just a myth. The film proved to be a resounding critical and box office success, and became a major media franchise for DreamWorks Animation including a feature film sequel How to Train Your Dragon 2 , with Dean DeBlois directing it.
The plot of the film is almost completely different from the first book in the series. The greatest change is how the Vikings in the book have the custom of capturing and training in combat against dragons even before the story begins — but in the film, they are fighting a fierce war against the dragons and only switch to training them after Hiccup shows that this can be done.
Furthermore, Toothless is completely re-imagined as an injured Night Fury dragon, the rarest, fastest, and most powerful and intelligent breed that is capable of carrying human riders on its back as a flying mount.
In the books Toothless is an exceptionally small and exceptionally common dragon who is extremely disobedient. However, Cowell stated in her blog that she felt approvingly that the film remained "true to the spirit and message of the book.
His appearance is also described very differently. In the books he is portrayed as a skinny, often cowardly and sickly boy who gets scared around even the most harmless of dragons.
In the films he is beefy, highly knowledgeable especially about dragons , and gets excited about dragons - especially if they are a new species.
Like Camicazi, in the books Fishlegs is technically from a different tribe the Berserks but was adopted by the Hooligan tribe when he was abandoned as an infant; the films make no reference to this.
Snotlout in the books, though very similar in personality, would never dream of becoming friends with Hiccup and actually bullies him.
In the books, Snotlout has a monstrous nightmare named Fireworm. In the films he also has a monstrous nightmare, but it is named Hookfang.
The name "Fireworm" was transferred to an entire species of small and flammable dragons in the films. For the film loosely based on the book series, see How to Train Your Dragon film.
For the franchise based on the film, see How to Train Your Dragon franchise. For the video game, see How to Train Your Dragon video game.
Please help improve it if you can. September Learn how and when to remove this template message. All the books have titles based around an instruction guide: The Viking Who Was Seasick Cowell published the supplementary spin-off stories as part of the series: He was thought to be useless and weak by everyone, including his own father.
They, however, did not know that brilliance was in him. He is unusual for a Viking not only physically, being very thin with bright red hair, but also intellectually as he thinks before he acts and is abnormally clever.
He is one of the only people ever to understand and be able to speak Dragonese , the language of the dragons. Hiccup was also a very good sword fighter unique in that he was left-handed and the best Viking Hero that ever lived.
He appears to be a green Common-or-Garden Dragon, although Fishlegs spread a false story that he is a near extinct, more vicious relative of the Monstrous Nightmare breed called the Toothless Daydream and possibly the offspring of the mighty dragon ruler King Daggerfangs.
In book 11, it is revealed he is a young Seadragonus Giganticus Maximus. He has a squint, asthma, his pet is the only vegetarian dragon on the planet, and he is seen as a wimp, but he has shown himself to be quite cunning when he needs to be.
He is also fond of poetry and wants to be a bard in later books. At the end of the final book, he founds his own tribe, the No-Names, and becomes a bard.
Camicazi in books 3—12 is a chatty, fierce and a deliberately confusing sword fighter from the tribe of female warriors known as the Bog-Burglars who is a supporting character in a number of books.
She is very skilled at escapes and burglary. In some ways, she is complementary to Hiccup, in that since she does not think very carefully about the situation, and just rushes in without thinking, so he pulls her back, and she, in return pushes him forward, convincing Hiccup to trust his instincts.
Unlike his son, he is incredibly strong and beefy but rather unintelligent. However, he was originally portrayed as tall and skinny in the book Hiccup: He owned two dragons, Newtsbreath and Hookfang.
Hookfang is only mentioned in the first book and Newtsbreath appears for the last time in the second books. Stoick is said to have another dragon called Bullheart who appears exclusively in the ninth book.
He bullies and bosses the others around, especially Fishlegs and Hiccup whom he addresses as "Hiccup the Useless and his fishlegged failure of a friend".
His dragon is a brilliant scarlet Monstrous Nightmare named Fireworm, who because of her breed should technically belong to Hiccup as the son of the Chief according to ancient Viking law.
He gets killed in an attack at the end of Book 11 in an attempt to help Hiccup become King of the Wilderwest.
Later, Hiccup silently forgives Snotlout for the years of rivalry between them. Upon Hiccup informing the Vikings of his sacrifice, he is posthumously honored by the Vikings as a hero.
He is not very intelligent and does not talk much. His dragon is a Gronckle named Seaslug. She appears in only a few books, and is often away Questing.
She reappears in Book 10 to help Hiccup become King of the Wilderwest. Gobber The Belch in books is the Viking in charge of the Viking Initiation Programme later Pirate Training Programme and is described in book 5 as "a six-and-a-half-foot ax-wielding lunatic who was not the kind of teacher you argued with".
At the beginning of the first few books, he gives his lessons in extreme situations, such as a storm in book 2. Mogadon the Meathead in books 1—2, 5, , 12 is Chief of the Meathead Tribe, close neighbors of the Hairy Hooligans.
A man with a fake leg and an eyepatch, he shares a sometimes vicious rivalry with Stoick. Although he is large, muscular, well-respected and has a huge silver Monstrous Nightmare dragon called Killer, he stands up for Hiccup and works with him in the first book.
He used to be Chief of the Outcast Tribe in book 2 and was again in books 9— He is the main antagonist in books , 5, and is joined by Excellinor the Witch his mother in books Although he is a fantastic sword fighter, he is frequently losing parts of his body such as all of his hair, a hand, a foot, a nose, and an eye as the results of his encounters with Hiccup.
He is claimed by the Dragon Guardians. As his name suggests, he is insane and uses his giant axe — one gold side and one black side — to decide everything.
He appears in the last book disguised as a Wanderer, his survival never explained. Humungously Hotshot the Hero in books 5, 8, 12 has been trapped on the island of Lava-Louts for 15 years.
As her name indicates, she has very large breasts and it is mentioned that "these breasts have killed before and will kill again".
Madguts the Murderous in books 5—7, 9 is the Chief of the Murderous Tribe. A vicious, frightening, vile smelling man covered in skull tattoos and with "Hate" on the knuckles of both his hands, he is considered one of the scariest men in the Barbarian Archipelago.
He also never speaks though he spoke to Mogadon the Meathead in the fifth book. He has a stealth dragon stolen from him by Bertha and intends to kill her, and later tries to legally kill Stoick and Bertha in the seventh book.
Both times he is stopped by Hiccup. Camicazi supposedly burgles from him regularly. It is said that she never took good care of Alvin the Treacherous and never loved him either.
She was locked in a tree trunk for twenty years by UG the Uglithug. Her name was unknown until the ninth book.
She uses Vampire Spydragons as spies for her. At the end of the final book, she falls into a deep blowhole in the ground and presumably dies there.
Old Wrinkly is the soothsayer and doctor of the Hairy Hooligans tribe and only trusted thinker of the Tribe.
Between the beginning of Book 9 and the end of Book 11, it is unknown what came of him. He appears in the final book.
Fishlegs suspects she is a vegetarian. Dungeons and Dragons 3. All the books are used but the pages are in great shape.
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