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Zack Pearlman. The further adventures of Hiccup and his friends on the Island of Berk. Dragons: Riders of Berk Poster · Trailer .. Release Date: 7 August. By Alex Osborn The release date for How to Train Your Dragon 3 has dragon and rider must make impossible decisions to save their kind. Hiccup & Toothless welcome you to the world of DreamWorks Dragons, the home of How To Train Your Dragon, Riders of Berk, Defenders of Berk & School of.
Read More Vikings can treat their winged companions to never-before-seen dragon sweaters and indulge in jolly festive attire for themselves. Vikings can start celebrating with a cup of Yaknog as they keep warm during the chilly weather of Snoggletog!
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Hide Dreadfall Lights up the Campus Spiderwebs and jack-o-lanterns are covering the School of Dragons, but the arrival of Dreadfall is truly marked by the opening of Fright of Passage; where its twisting tunnels and moving platforms will lead Vikings to a glowing vial of algae!
Read More The never-before-seen liquid will turn dragons into chilling winged creatures as they glow through the Dreadfall season. Be ready to test your courage and prepare to conquer Fright of Passage as your dragons shine through the night! The cold tundra is no place for the faint of heart, only the toughest Vikings are challenged with layers of snow as you conquer enemy forces.
Read More To take on these tough courses, you will need a true Viking weapon. Check out some of the new Maces, Swords and Axes now available. Start by heading to the new portal in the Training Grounds, to get you started.
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Upon entering the Blacksmith shop, you will be able to upgrade the power in your weapons, or even trade in your unwanted items to Gobber.
In addition to multiple big fixes, you can now adjust certain graphic settings to best optimize your gaming experience. Begin training your dragons and be ready to battle in the newest levels of Dragon Tactics! Hide Wrath of Stormheart Expansion Vikings, prepare to continue the saga of Stormheart with the release of our 7th and interactive expansion pack, the Wrath of Stormheart!
Where Vikings will train the never before seen Elder Sentinel, explore the newly discovered island of Vanaheim, and battle against the powerful Nikora Stormheart! Read More After the last run in with Stormheart, Hiccup has been on high alert and has entrusted the Dragon Trainers on Berk to take the lead in defending the School grounds.
A known threat has returned in the form of Nikora Stormheart, who is now searching for a family heirloom. Vikings must come together and join forces to stop the Pirate Queen from conquering the archipelago.
He is a member of the A-team and rides a Deadly Nadder named Kingstail. He takes Snotlout as his model and hero, especially in the first two seasons.
He rides a Monstrous Nightmare named Fanghook, based on Hookfang's name.
Gothi voiced by Angela Bartys — The village's shaman. As a muteshe communicates by gesturing or drawing lines and hieroglyphic-like pictures, translated by Gobber or Fishlegs. She rides a Gronckle as part of the A-team. Mildew voiced by Stephen Root — Mildew is a cantankerous, spiteful, aged and generally disliked Berk local. He is a cabbage farmer and retains a strong hatred of dragons. Bucket voiced by Thomas F. Wilson — A mentally impaired Viking, named for the bucket he wears on his head, allegedly to conceal a missing part of his brain.
When the bucket grows tighter, the locals regard this as an early storm warning. Mulch voiced by Tim Conway — Bucket's closest friend, usually seen by his side and frequently picking up the slack for Bucket's stupidity. Villains[ edit ] Johann voiced by Michael Goldstrom  — A seafaring merchant who occasionally visits Berk and trades mostly in curiosities.
Prior to Netflix Season 5, he was thought to be an ally of the Dragon Riders. However, in the finale of Season 5, it is revealed that he has been undercover and is secretly working with Krogan to find and control a Bewilderbeast.
He meets his end in "King of Dragons, Part 2", when the Bewilderbeast uses its ice to freeze him to death. Ryker is physically stronger and more stubborn than his younger brother. He is killed in "Shell Shocked, Part 2" when the Submaripper swallows his ship. Savage voiced by Paul Rugg — Alvin's right-hand man and later that of Dagur before he goes on his own in Netflix Season 4.
In "Something Rotten on Berserker Island", he attempts to overthrow Dagur to become the new Chief of the Berserker Tribe, only to be defeated and imprisoned by him. Secondary characters[ edit ] Alvin the Treacherous voiced by Mark Hamill  — Exiled from Berk for unspecified treachery later revealed to be catching innocent bystanders in the crossfire of a dragon attackhe plots to displace his old friend, Stoick.
He later becomes an ally of Berk at the end of Season 2. Heather voiced by Mae Whitman — A mysterious teenage girl found by the Viking youths. Although she was at first introduced for actions against Berk, her true motive, to rescue her parents from Alvin the Treacherous, proved her loyalty.
She returns in Season 3, bonding with a Razorwhip dragon named Windshear. She is later revealed to be Dagur's long-lost sister and pretends to be in league with him in order to get close to him and the newly unveiled dragon hunters.
She leaves to parts unknown after her plot is uncovered by Viggo.
She soon returns, showing romantic feelings for Fishlegs and joins the Dragon Riders. After being with the Dragon Riders for a while, she decides to leave for Berserker Island with her brother, Dagur. He becomes obsessed with plotting to hunt and capture Toothless.
He is later revealed to be the long-lost brother of Heather. After Netflix Season Two, he begins to acknowledge the aims of the Dragon Riders and starts to help them, along with his sister, Heather. In Season 6, he falls in love with and eventually marries Mala.
Viggo is less strong than his brother, but for what he lacks in build he makes up for in intellect, frequently tricking and outsmarting the Dragon Riders. In "Triple Cross", he is betrayed by Johann and Krogan and has a change of heart before sacrificing himself to allow Hiccup and Toothless to escape.
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Defenders of the Wing — A tribe of warriors who first appear in the episode "Defenders of the Wing: They worship dragons as holy beings and are led by Queen Mala voiced by Adelaide Kane. They are at war with the Dragon Hunters and are therefore extremely distrusting of outsiders.
Prior to encountering the Dragon Riders, they know nothing of riding or training dragons, as their culture forbids it. They live on a volcanic island home to an enormous dragon called the Eruptodon.