Hiccup reconciles with Fishlegs and assures him that he would not ever hesitate to leave him in charge in the future. 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. Now, Hiccup must find a way to drive the Speed Stinger horde away from Berk before their next raid. 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. The Viking teenagers must bring the twins back together to control their dragon and avoid provoking Dagur to war.
The only solution is to bring Astrid to the Buffalord, but Viggo also arrives revealing he infected his own men to get the riders to lead him to the Buffalord. Mala attempts to retrieve the egg herself, but Hiccup and Fishlegs regain their synergy and realize the Fire Terrors are there to safely bring the egg to the nesting ground without human interference. The sixth and final season of DreamWorks Dragons: Race to the Edge was released on February 16, 2018. 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. Back on the island Astrid and Tuffnut manage to fend off the hunters' attacks and Heather keeps them from approaching on foot. 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. It is up to Hiccup and his friends to convince him otherwise.
However, he states that they must compete against each other, as only one can prevail. Hiccup and Stoick leave Berk to gather willowbark for medicine with tensions steadily flaring between them, but they discover that each island they go to is on fire and its willowbark destroyed. Before Johann can finish Hiccup, he is frozen by the Bewilderbeast. 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. The series serves as a bridge between the first film and its. Hiccup reluctantly allows Mildew to help him find Toothless and escape Outcast Island, a final test for Mildew's loyalty to Berk.
Later, an injured Heather and Windshear return from Vanaheim with dire news. The dragons bond and fly away, allowing the riders to return home. Heather, Fishlegs, and Dagur face difficulty saving them due to Viggo's dragon-proof ships until Heather and Dagur work together to take down the fleet. Meanwhile, Snotlout, as a result of his saving Mala's life from the Hunters, undergoes The Trials, a series of tests to prove himself as King of the Defenders of the Wing. Just as they are about to celebrate his graduation, Savage and a faction of Berserkers start a revolt and imprison Dagur and the dragons. Heather meanwhile tracks down Dagur alone but is captured by his new armada.
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. 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. It is only the Night Terrors forming the shape of the Fireworm Queen that gets the Fireworms to leave the island. They agree that all the group are equal owners to the island and they in turn agree to help. 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. It's dangerous behavior forces the other Gronckles to leave and seek refuge on Dragons' Edge, much to everyone's dismay. Riders of Berk follows Hiccup as he tries to keep balance within the new cohabitation of Dragons and Vikings.
They question why Johann would simply abandon the King of Dragons, but discover that the flame of the Dramillion dragon shows a different picture through the Dragon Eye and reveals the true King of Dragons, a Bewilderbeast, in the Berserker Island. 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. DreamWorks Dragons was the first DreamWorks Animation series to air on Cartoon Network rather than. 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. They attempt to escape but are captured again, and when Dagur proposes to kill them, Heather convinces Ryker to keep them as slaves. The riders fear how many other slave dragons the hunters have while Viggo assures the riders will pay.
They realize that they are being sent on a wild goose chase and their absence leaves Berk vulnerable to an attack by Krogan, who proceeds to take over Berk with his Flyers. 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. One by one the riders cure their dragons using salt water, and agree to take vacations at home while Hiccup promises to lighten up on his Viggo obsession. But, when Dagur the Deranged escapes from the prison on Outcast Island, he decides to take his revenge on Hiccup. 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.
Seemingly accepting that Ruffnut's place is with the Riders, Wingnut accepts Atali as its new Wingmaiden and caretaker. 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. Though Ryker attempts to break them by showing their dragons imprisoned, the riders hold their silence. Despite Hiccup's orders, Astrid allows Garff to accompany them back to the Edge and to rescue Krogan's Deathsong. They identify the rider's dragon with the Dragon Eye as a Razorwhip and pursue it to a remote island.
Sullivan John Tellegen June 26, 2015 2015-06-26 Back on Berk Stoick has asked the riders to deal with a Scauldron which is in the waters around Berk. According to , executive producer for How to Train Your Dragon, the series was planned to be much darker and deeper than 's previous television series spin-offs, with a similar tone to the movie. 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. So with the help of Fishlegs, Hiccup, and their dragons they discover that the dragon uses a paralyzing mist to attack and plan to drive the Flightmare away. 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. Archived from on August 8, 2012. While following the wounded Singetail to the same island, Fishlegs find a hatchery of Singetail eggs and realizes that the Flyers are breeding Singetails.