History YMMV / DragonsRidersOfBerk

6th Dec '16 8:54:36 PM Red-Dead-Redeemer
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** Mala provides an in universe in regards to Berk--she [[spoiler: questions whether Hiccup and his riders fly WITH the dragons, or have in a way subjugated them via a softer hand.]]
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** Mala provides an in universe in-universe in regards to Berk--she [[spoiler: questions whether Hiccup and his riders fly WITH the dragons, dragons or have in a way subjugated them via a softer hand.]]
* AngstWhatAngst: AngstWhatAngst:



** Stoick. The. Vast. To a good portion of the fanbase, he counts as AbusiveParents due to his tough words to Hiccup in the movie, and occasionally in the show. To another portion, he represents ParentsAsPeople who has to balance his job as chief and father.

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** Stoick. The. Vast. To a good portion of the fanbase, he counts as AbusiveParents an {{Abusive Parent|s}} due to his tough words to Hiccup in the movie, and occasionally in the show. To another portion, he represents ParentsAsPeople who has to balance his job as chief and father.



** As of "We Are A Family", Alvin has attained this status after [[spoiler: performing a plan that would involve Mildew being betrayed and forced to work with Hiccup, [[BatmanGambit knowing full well Hiccup's overly trusting nature]] would end up teaching Mildew the training techniques while trying to escape. They think Mildew preformed a HeelFaceTurn and HeroicSacrifice without realizing that he was acting so Alvin can learn the art of dragon taming]].

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** As of "We Are A Family", Alvin has attained this status after [[spoiler: performing a plan that would involve Mildew being betrayed and forced to work with Hiccup, [[BatmanGambit knowing full well Hiccup's overly trusting nature]] would end up teaching Mildew the training techniques while trying to escape. They think Mildew preformed performed a HeelFaceTurn and HeroicSacrifice without realizing that he was acting so Alvin can learn the art of dragon taming]].



* NonIndicativeName: "Race To The Edge." There's no urgent need to get to the "Edge," and the "Edge" refers to the Dragon Riders' new home base, the Dragon's Edge, which they spend most of the series based out of. Aside for a few competitions or episodes where they have to stop raiders, there's no urgent, overwhelming need to get there as fast as possible.

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* NonIndicativeName: "Race To The Edge." There's no urgent need to get to the "Edge," and the "Edge" refers to the Dragon Riders' new home base, the Dragon's Edge, which they spend most of the series based out of. Aside for from a few competitions or episodes where they have to stop raiders, there's no urgent, overwhelming need to get there as fast as possible.
6th Dec '16 7:00:29 PM Jayalaw
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* BaseBreakingCharacter:
** Heather. Her introduction immediately triggered DieForOurShip from the Hiccstrid shippers, more so when she predictably [[spoiler:turned out to be TheMole for Alvin, only to redeem herself on saving the riders to rescue her parents]]. Quite a few fans appreciated her having layers of character depth, and a willingness to play dirty. In ''Race to the Edge'', while she is cooler [[spoiler:with her axe and improved combat skills, as well as taming a dragon whose spines can kill men in one shot]], part of the fanbase points out that, like most MarySue characters, [[spoiler:she makes a lot of mistakes in her initial episodes, does things the way she wants, and manipulates the riders, but they tend to treat her well.]]
** Stoick. The. Vast. To a good portion of the fanbase, he counts as AbusiveParents due to his tough words to Hiccup in the movie, and occasionally in the show. To another portion, he represents ParentsAsPeople who has to balance his job as chief and father.
16th Nov '16 6:39:32 PM BookButterfly358
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** Though to be fair, it was only the [[TheDitz Twins]] [[BookDumb themselves]](besides their dragon) who were in the situation so...

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** Though to be fair, it was only the [[TheDitz Twins]] [[BookDumb themselves]](besides themselves]] (besides their dragon) who were in the situation so...
16th Nov '16 2:57:16 PM BookButterfly358
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** Though to be fair, it was only the [[The Ditz twins]] [[BookDumb themselves]](besides their dragon) who were in the situation so...

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** Though to be fair, it was only the [[The Ditz twins]] [[TheDitz Twins]] [[BookDumb themselves]](besides their dragon) who were in the situation so...
16th Nov '16 2:56:29 PM BookButterfly358
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** Though to be fair, it was only the [[The Ditz Twins]] [[BookDumb themselves]](besides their dragon) who were in the situation so...

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** Though to be fair, it was only the [[The Ditz Twins]] twins]] [[BookDumb themselves]](besides their dragon) who were in the situation so...
16th Nov '16 2:55:02 PM BookButterfly358
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** Though to be fair, it was only the [[The Ditz Twins]] [[BookDumb themselves]](besides their dragon) who were in the situation so...
10th Aug '16 9:24:22 PM BrightLight
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** Don't even get started on the numerous fanfiction stories that portray Stoick the Vast as an [[AbusiveParents Abusive Father]] that starves Hiccup and neglects him.
31st Jul '16 11:04:33 AM Julia1984
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* InformedFlaw: In Season 5, the dragon riders repeatedly mention how "obsessed" Hiccup has become with beating Viggo. The way they talk, you'd think he was turning into [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans Robin after the latter met Slade]] or Harry Potter in [[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheHalfBloodPrince Book 6]]. Outside of easily falling for a relatively obvious trap of Viggo's, however, Hiccup ''never'' acts darker, out of character, or any more "obsessed" with this villain than he has with any others; there's nothing out of character, excessive, or unjustifiable about the level of determination he shows or effort he puts into fighting him.

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In Season 5, the dragon riders repeatedly mention how "obsessed" Hiccup has become with beating Viggo. The way they talk, you'd think he was turning into [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans Robin after the latter met Slade]] or Harry Potter in [[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheHalfBloodPrince Book 6]]. Outside of easily falling for a relatively obvious trap of Viggo's, however, Hiccup ''never'' acts darker, out of character, or any more "obsessed" with this villain than he has with any others; there's nothing out of character, excessive, or unjustifiable about the level of determination he shows or effort he puts into fighting him.him.
** Ryker is treated like the DumbMuscle [[BrainsAndBrawn brawn]] to his BadassBookworm brother's [[BrainsAndBrawn brains]], yet he manages to outsmart Hiccup in both "Night of the Hunters" and "Snow Way Out," both of which also feature him getting the upper hand at some point due to his significant knowledge of dragons. He's actually such an intelligent adversary, it's no wonder Hiccup originally concluded ''he'' was the leader of the dragon hunters.
24th Jul '16 9:45:47 AM Julia1984
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* InformedFlaw: In Season 5, the dragon riders repeatedly mention how "obsessed" Hiccup has become with beating Viggo. The way they'd talk, you'd think he was turning into [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans Robin after the latter met Slade]] or Harry Potter in [[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheHalfBloodPrince Book 6]]. Outside of easily falling for a relatively obvious trap of Viggo's, however, Hiccup ''never'' acts darker, out of character, or any more "obsessed" with this villain than he has with any others; there's nothing out of character, excessive, or unjustifiable about the level of determination he shows or effort he puts into fighting him.

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* InformedFlaw: In Season 5, the dragon riders repeatedly mention how "obsessed" Hiccup has become with beating Viggo. The way they'd they talk, you'd think he was turning into [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans Robin after the latter met Slade]] or Harry Potter in [[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheHalfBloodPrince Book 6]]. Outside of easily falling for a relatively obvious trap of Viggo's, however, Hiccup ''never'' acts darker, out of character, or any more "obsessed" with this villain than he has with any others; there's nothing out of character, excessive, or unjustifiable about the level of determination he shows or effort he puts into fighting him.



** Hiccup shouting, "I HATE YOU, DAGUR, I HATE YOU!" in "Enemy of my Enemy" like a 5-year-old yelling at their parents.

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** Hiccup shouting, shouting at Dagur, "I HATE YOU, DAGUR, YOU HEAR ME?! I HATE YOU!" in "Enemy of my Enemy" like a 5-year-old yelling at their parents.
15th Jul '16 8:52:21 AM Julia1984
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* InformedFlaw: In Season 5, the dragon riders repeatedly mention how "obsessed" Hiccup has become with beating Viggo. The way they'd talk, you'd think he was turning into [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans Robin after the latter met Slade]] or Harry Potter in [[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheHalfBloodPrince Book 6]]. Outside of easily falling for a relatively obvious trap of Viggo's, however, Hiccup ''never'' acts darker, out of character, or any more "obsessed" with this villain than he has with any others; there's nothing out of character, excessive, or unjustifiable about the level of determination he shows or effort he puts into fighting him.
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