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3rd May '16 3:35:14 PM Rognik
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** compare toothless' canards between the first season and the third. In the first season they're ether folded or deployed. later they start to be used in a slightly more realistic manner, though nowhere near as nicely animated as in the film.

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** compare toothless' canards Compare Toothless's canines between how they appear in the first season and the third. In the first season season, they're ether either folded or deployed. later [[ChanelHop After the move to Netflix,]] they start to be used in a slightly more realistic manner, though nowhere neither are anywhere near as nicely animated as in the film.films.
3rd May '16 7:47:35 AM Dunrana
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** compare toothless' canards between the first season and the third. in the first season they're ether folded or deployed. later they start to be used in a slightly more realistic manner, though nowhere near as nicely animated as in the film.

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** compare toothless' canards between the first season and the third. in In the first season they're ether folded or deployed. later they start to be used in a slightly more realistic manner, though nowhere near as nicely animated as in the film.
3rd May '16 7:47:01 AM Dunrana
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** compare toothless' canards between the first season and the third. in the first season they're ether folded or deployed. later they start to be used in a slightly more realistic manner, though nowhere near as nicely animated as in the film.
19th Apr '16 1:06:08 PM erforce
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'''''Dragons: Riders of Berk''''' (renamed to '''''Dragons: Defenders of Berk''''' for the second season and '''''Dragons: Race to the Edge''''' for the third season) is an animated series that picks up where ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon'' left off.

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'''''Dragons: ''Dragons: Riders of Berk''''' Berk'' (renamed to '''''Dragons: ''Dragons: Defenders of Berk''''' Berk'' for the second season and '''''Dragons: ''Dragons: Race to the Edge''''' Edge'' for the third season) is an animated series that picks up where ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon'' left off.



** [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why did it have to be eels]] uttered by Hiccup in the first episode of ''Race to the Edge'', a ShoutOut to IndianaJones

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** [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why did it have to be eels]] uttered by Hiccup in the first episode of ''Race to the Edge'', a ShoutOut to IndianaJones''Franchise/IndianaJones''.
5th Apr '16 7:39:15 AM SithkingZero
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** In "Bad Moon Rising," Tuffnut initially describes the night that attacks him as "Furry." This is a clue that [[spoiler: what bit him was ''not'' a dragon, as they don't have hair, but a wolf, as Snotlout finds by the end of the episode.]]
10th Feb '16 4:32:33 PM HakkyounoTenshi
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** It is worth noting that the name Heather actually comes from a flower of the same name. Different varities exist that bloom all over the world. The name is VERY much Bob compared to the the rest of the Viking's Aeriths, but it's not unreasonable to name your daughter after a flower. Alvin on the other hand, is just named after a character in the books.
21st Jan '16 10:51:37 AM SuperHeroTime27
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** "The Zippleback Experience" episode gives a reminiscent of the WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh Episode "My Hero".
** The scenes with Astrid and Tuffnut from "Edge of Disaster" with them fending off the Dragon Hunters is a tribute to the ''Film/HomeAlone'' Movies, especially the dummies used to make it look like the rest of the Riders were still there, the Monstrous Nightmare Gel that acted as Kerosene, throwing the chicken down to the Dragon Hunters on their way up a cliff, and a BigDamnHeroes moment that involves the Dragon Hunters getting attacked by flying creatures.
20th Jan '16 8:51:32 AM GeneralSpecific
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'''Tuffnut''': [[BreadEggsMilkSquick Our cousin Lars' severed head?]]

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'''Tuffnut''': [[BreadEggsMilkSquick Our cousin Lars' severed head?]]head?



* TheBusCameBack: Torch, who first appeared in "The Terrible Twos" as an infant, returns in "Zippleback Down" as an adult.

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* TheBusCameBack: TheBusCameBack:
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Torch, who first appeared in "The Terrible Twos" as an infant, returns in "Zippleback Down" as an adult.



* TheChainsOfCommanding: Hiccup's plan in ''Reign of the Fireworms'' is to teach this to the Twins so that they [[spoiler: will give up their legal claim on Dragon's Edge]].

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* TheChainsOfCommanding: Hiccup's plan in ''Reign "Reign of the Fireworms'' Fireworms" is to teach this to the Twins so that they [[spoiler: will give up their legal claim on Dragon's Edge]].



* JerkassHasAPoint: Snotlout, while undoubtedly more than a bit of an ass, frequently is correct when he sums up ''exactly'' how insane or likely to cause death the plan of the week.

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* JerkassHasAPoint: Snotlout, while undoubtedly more than a bit of an ass, is frequently is correct when he sums up ''exactly'' how insane or likely to cause death the plan of the week.week is.



* KnightOfCerebus: Alvin the Treacherous. Not only is he actually pretty terrifying, he's completely ruthless. To make matters worse, season one ends with [[spoiler:him managing to tame the Whispering Death that has a grudge against Toothless]].
** Then their is [[TeensAreMonsters Dagur]] [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast the Deranged]], who is [[TheCaligula much]] [[AxCrazy much]] [[TheSociopath worse]].

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* KnightOfCerebus: KnightOfCerebus:
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Alvin the Treacherous. Not only is he actually pretty terrifying, he's completely ruthless. To make matters worse, season one ends with [[spoiler:him managing to tame the Whispering Death that has a grudge against Toothless]].
** Then their is [[TeensAreMonsters Dagur]] [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast there's Dagur the Deranged]], Deranged, who is [[TheCaligula much]] , [[AxCrazy much]] [[TheSociopath worse]].



* NoPlansNoPrototypeNoBackup: Gronckle Iron in "The Iron Gronckle" becomes this as soon as Fishlegs realizes that he can't remember which rocks Meatlug ate to make it. However, he and Gobber do attempt to rediscover it instead of just calling it quits.
** Averted in season four, where the dragon trappers have discovered the formula, which is accidentally shared with Fishlegs. For the rest of the season, the riders are seen experimenting with Gronckle Iron.

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* NoPlansNoPrototypeNoBackup: Gronckle Iron in "The Iron Gronckle" becomes this as soon as Fishlegs realizes that he can't remember which rocks Meatlug ate to make it. However, he and Gobber do attempt to rediscover it instead of just calling it quits.
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quits, and he later manages to recover an identical formula from Ryker's men in season four, where "Night of the dragon trappers have discovered the formula, which is accidentally shared with Fishlegs.Hunters, Part 2". For the rest of the season, the riders are seen experimenting with Gronckle Iron.



* OddlySmallOrganization: The Dragon Academy consists of only six teenagers and their dragons. Weirder still in that while we have seen other children, those six appear to be the only teenagers on Berk.



** ''Race to the Edge'' gives us an episode titled ''[[{{Film/ReignOfFire}} Reign of Fireworms]]''. And there are many other episode titles that reference films, e.g. Film/WhatLiesBeneath, FreeWilly, Film/AViewToAKill, Film/LiveAndLetDie

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** ''Race to the Edge'' gives us an episode titled ''[[{{Film/ReignOfFire}} Reign [[{{Film/ReignOfFire}} "Reign of Fireworms]]''.Fireworms"]]. And there are many other episode titles that reference films, e.g. Film/WhatLiesBeneath, FreeWilly, Film/AViewToAKill, Film/LiveAndLetDie[[Film/WhatLiesBeneath "What Flies Beneath"]], [[Fim/FreeWilly "Free Scauldy"]], [[Film/AViewToAKill "A View to a Skrill"]], [[Film/LiveAndLetDie "Live and Let Fly"]], etc.
17th Jan '16 8:42:03 AM SithkingZero
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* JerkassHasAPoint: Snotlout, while undoubtedly more than a bit of an ass, frequently is correct when he sums up ''exactly'' how insane or likely to cause death the plan of the week.



** Averted in season four, where the dragon trappers have discovered the formula, which is accidentally shared with Fishlegs. For the rest of the season, the riders are seen experimenting with Gronckle Iron.



* RememberThatYouTrustMe: Despite the lessons of the first film, Stoick remains wary of the dragons, and whenever a problem arises that Hiccup struggles to solve, is quick to suggest they may have to get rid of them. {{Justified|Trope}} as part of the RealityEnsues setup; like it or not, Stoick has to keep what's best for Berk in mind.

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* RememberThatYouTrustMe: Despite the lessons of the first film, Stoick remains wary of the dragons, and whenever a problem arises that Hiccup struggles to solve, is quick to suggest they may have to get rid of them. {{Justified|Trope}} as part of the RealityEnsues setup; like it or not, Stoick has to keep what's best for Berk in mind.mind, not to mention that his whole life up until this point was a neverending cycle of "The horrible sky monsters are killing our families, destroying our buildings, and stealing our food," so him still holding a bit of a grudge against the dragons is more than a little understandable.
17th Jan '16 7:57:27 AM SithkingZero
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