colony of bees operate. Seadragonus Giganticus Maximus dragons being the largest most intelligent, are the "queens" of dragons, who parasitically force other smaller species of dragons to become their "workers" and "drones" in a hive collective. Once the resources start to diminish and the season changes, the current queen will lay many young queens. The mother and about half her workers fly off to start a new colony. The first young queen to emerge kills her sister queens in their eggs and becomes the new mother queen. There can be no rivals. The Red Death accomplished this and became the new queen, but overlooked one single egg, Toothless' egg. Being the last laid, Toothless hatched out much later, and living off scraps, stays well out of her sister's sight, lest she be devoured, and constantly follows what she naturally sees to be her workers in the raiding parties, helping them, in an attempt to try and get them to abandon their false queen and obey her instead.
The movie is actually a prequel to a CG Temeraire Series of movies.Think about it. The Night Fury is actually a proto-celestial way out of its traditional grounds, which explains its rarity. The movie shows how Europeans first began raising dragons.
The movie is a prequel to Reign of Fire.The quickest fix to the whole Reign Of Fire debacle actually would've been just to train the dragons. Humanity made the same mistake the Viking ancestors made, and unfortunately this time there was no Hiccup to stop them. The male dragon in Reign of Fire is this generation's equivalent of the big bad volcano dragon.
The plot from DreamWorks' film is a prequel to the first in the original book series.This is before the Vikings realized you can train dragons, and the movie covers their changing respect for them. In the first book, they each have one as a pet! Hmmmm...
The twins are the ancestors of SkwisgaarThe family resemblance is definitely there.
Snotlout is the ancestor of Eddie RiggsWhich ties in nicely to the above, considering Eddie's appearance as a Dethklok roadie.
Snotlout is an ancestor of Jack Black.Just LOOK at him!
You're both wrong; Snotlout is the ancestor of Hal StewartThe movies come from the same company, they both chase after a hot chick with zero interest in them, they're both idiots, they SHARE A VOICE ACTOR...what more proof do you need?
The Green Death isn't the "queen"It's basically a giant cuckoo, invading other dragon nests and forcing the inhabitants to feed it or else.
Spitelout is Snotlout's father and Stoick's brother.They have a rather uncanny resemblance to each other. Spitelout is normally seen by Stoick's side and in the original books, Snotlout is Hiccup's cousin, possibly indicating that Spitelout and Stoick are brothers.
Night Furies aren't native to the area.Might explain why "no one has ever seen it," and why there are no other Night Furies ever seen in the film, not even in the background, or in the crowd of dragons in the volcano.
The Night Furies are the instinctive guardians of all the other dragon races.Toothless was partially immune to the Mass Hypnosis of the Green Death, but was unable to do anything about it himself, so he did his best, instead, to protect the other dragons during their raids. Notice how Toothless, in his initial attack, goes straight for the Viking catapults? It also explains his Papa Wolf tendencies once he bonds with Hiccup; he includes Hiccup in his guardian instinct.
How To Train Your Dragon is a happier version of The Iron Giant.They both befriend a creature that is not accepted in society.
Toothless was partly responsible for Hiccup's unfortunate mishap.This movie loves its Chekhov's Gun foreshadowing, and we see Toothless snatch hold of human beings by their arms or legs more than once. And when Hiccup was freefalling into the fireball, he still had both feet quite visibly attached. So how did he lose enough of his leg in the interim for Gobber to take one look and say, "Most of him"? Easy. Our heroes jinked sideways just before impact, and Hiccup's leg was crushed between the saddle/Toothless' side and the knob of bone on the end of the Green Death's tail. The bones of his foot and ankle would have been shattered by the impact. (If it also trapped his foot in the stirrup, the broken bones might have been pulled further apart when he was thrown free of the saddle.) Either way, when Toothless tried to grab him by the leg to stop his fall...well. It's just as well they never showed us what was left of it.
Stitch has Night Fury DNAWhen Jumba was creating Experiment 626, he traveled to Earth very briefly to study Earth's most fearsome creatures, the dragon. He only chose the fastest and most powerful of species for his creation though, the Night Fury.
They didn't learn anything.Sure, they like dragons now, but they're going to use them to kill trolls in a hypocritical manner.
Night Furies have the beginnings of sapience.Toothless occasionally demonstrated abstract reasoning capability impossible for typical animals, and learned at least a little English in context.
Most of the arena dragons were already semi-tamed by Gobber specifically for training purposes.
Therefor, the dragons are angels, Toothless is Lucifer and the Green Death is God.
Hiccup is the ancestor of Captain Haddock from The Adventures of TintinThink about it. Hiccup Horrendous Haddock. Names change throughout the ages so it's understandable that the Horrendous part was dropped.
Astrid actually has a crush on Toothless but is projecting it onto Hiccup for obvious reasons.Think about it; Astrid isn't willing to listen to Hiccup until he gives her a magical dragon ride on Toothless. Besides, if she liked Hiccup so much, why would she devote so much time to saving the dragons. She's been training to fight dragons her entire life - you'd think that she'd hold some sort of grudge against them, Toothless in particular, since he's the one who takes up most of her "boyfriend"'s time.
Hiccup's mom is really Eric Foreman.Well, this theory is MOSTLY crack. But if Eric was a girl, it would make perfect sense. But seriously, look at Eric. Now look at Hiccup. They look INCREDIBLY similar, enough to be related. And they both are skinny, geeky, sarcastic, deadpan snarkers, inexplicably attract the girl that everyone seems to be after, and they both have the same speech mannerisms. I mean, yeah you're probably reading this and wondering, "what on earth is wrong with you?" but trust me, it's far from the worst thing I have thought of. Anyways, Uh ... how is it possible? Time travel bullshit, obviously. I'm definitely not taking the time to explain how an obvious male could get pregnant, but whatevs.
There will be parallels between the books and the new movie/TV showThe first installments included training a dragon. The next book involves learning seafaring skills, then swordfighting, then stealing a potato. The new stuff will have something similar
In the TV show...There won't be Character Development. Only Flanderization.
Gobber is Fishleg's fatherI don't really have anything to base this one, except they have a similar build, and when Fishlegs gets gassed by the Zippleback, Gobber is very concerned, and cries out, whereas the other kids got attacked and Gobber didn't seem to care at all.
Toothless fully understands human languageOr at least, enough of it. If nothing else, he definitely understands "sorry". Both times a human said they were sorry in front of him, he reacted accordingly.
Astrid is Camicaze, not an ExpyHer name was changed so that it would make more sense. Astrid actually sounds like a Nordic/Viking name. Camicaze sounds Japanese.
The book series will end with Hiccup uniting the Viking tribesAnd he'll marry Camicazi to cement relations between the Bog Burglars and Hairy Hooligans. Fishlegs will wind up in Rome somehow and end up becoming an important political figure (again, somehow) who will put a stop to the Romans attacking Viking lands. (He's mentioned a few times how he'd like to go to Rome). If you read the epilogues, Hiccup is always talking about how all the tribes united in the end. It's been foreshadowed enough, especially with how well he and the son of the Meathead chief got on in the first book (compared to their fathers). The man who threw the sword in Hiccup's dream in How To Be A Pirate's epilogue was future Hiccup, and in the final book, he will do that.
Berk in the Film takes is in the Canadian Maritime- Newfoundland, specifically.Hence why all the adult characters have strong Scottish accents while the teens all have standard American or Canadian ones. Just throwing it out there. Newfoundland is the 'foggiest place on earth' and has a lot of precipitation after all.
The Purple Death is going to be in the 2013 sequel. And it's going to be 'Block-out-the-sun' massive.Think about it. You know you want to...
Toothless is a female...Hiccup just can't tell the difference. Seriously, watch the movie and imagine Toothless as a protective mother figure. Besides, even though Hiccup calls Toothless a "him", how can he tell a dragon's gender?
The movie is set in the Warhammer 40K verse.Berk is on a Death World that's a recruiting zone for a Space Marine chapter. The kids that finish at the head of their dragon killing class and slay a dragon in single combat? They're taken as candidates. The huge bad ass Vikings we see punching out dragons with their bare fists? They're the ones that aren't good enough to make the cut.
The sequel will be a HARD PG or PG-13Given that many reviews praised the film's darker tone (relative to other Dreamworks films anyway) as well as its action scenes and maturity, Dreamwork will push these elements further in the sequels, especially given the good old 'Dark second chapter' staple. Most likely it will be a heavy PG (think Dick Tracy, Prince Caspian and Tron Legacy) with nothing particularly explicit but an increased level of violence (eg, implied stabbings, very mild moments of bloodshed) innuedo and mild curses (the film did throw the word Hell around a bit, so the odd 'Damn' or 'Crap' wouldn't seem so unlikely). While they may just be bold enough to risk a PG-13, knowing that this is the same studio that brought us the... Will Smith fish... it doesn't seem likely they'd take such a big risk.
The dragons have been domesticated by a past civilization.The dragons in the film weren't too difficult to train, for the most part, and they were very willing to let the vikings ride on their backs. This indicates that a civlization that was around before the vikings came to Berk had domesticated the dragons and had them for hundreds, maybe thousands of years, to ride and do other tasks. This civilization was wiped out by the Red Death, who then forced the dragons to bring it food.
Berk is located in Skyrim.You've got your vikings, your dragons, your lush forests and your rocky coasts.
The tenth book will contain Hiccup going through extreme Break the Cutie.If the previous books are anything to go by, the series is slowly turning Darker and Edgier as it goes on, but book nine still contained a surprising amount of death and darkness in it. The tenth book will complete Hiccup's journey to adulthood by bringing him close to breaking point and tearing away his former optimism. He'll get better, though. Hopefully.
The world of the film is After the EndIn the scenario I'm proposing, scientists increasingly began to cater to people who wanted "vanity pets". At first it was just different colors of "normal" pets, but than someone was like "why don't we make fantasy creatures?" and it snowballed from there. This is why the dragon's are so easily tamed- they were originally genetically engineered to be "tame". This is also why they act something like cats (they have cat in their background), and why, like dogs, there can be so many different varieties of dragon, but they all have some of the same characteristics (affinities for a kind of grass, scratching them under the chin, etc.) The Green/Red Evil thing was created originally to be a singing dragon, but a Mad Scientist got a hold of it, and changed it around until it was the terror in the movie. At first there were a lot of the giant evil ones, and they eventually destroyed a lot of Earth- but also each other, until there was one left, and no record of the world that used to be.
Night Furies are the sterile offspring of a Skrill and a Green/Red Death.That's why Toothless is the only one. This mating is rare and very often the young die in there eggs. And Night Furies are called "The Unholy offspring of Lightning(Skrill) and Death(Red/Green Death)." My theory is that G/R Deaths hit sexual maturity long before they're that size. When they can first breed, they're about the same size as most of the other dragons.
Dragon from Shrek will cameo in the sequel.Similar to Vincent from Over the Hedge having a cameo in Bee Movie, except it probably won't be a physical appearance. Maybe a cave painting of her or something.
Other Night Furies will appear in the sequel.
At some point in the sequel Stoic will yell "Madness?! THIS! IS! BERK!
In The Movie, Hiccup and Toothless have a telepathic connection.How ELSE can you explain that Toothless heard Hiccup screaming from halfway across the island?!
Night Furies normally live in large groups, and Toothless being the only one in the area is highly unusual.If Toothless is a typical specimen of a Night Fury, we can deduce that they're social and love company. On that basis, Toothless being the only Night Fury in the area is far from normal. This brings up a few possibilities as to why Toothless is all alone:
Dragons were "semi-domesticated" prior to the events of the film, which is why Hiccup could so easily tame and train one.When it comes to dog domestication, the most popular theory is that wolves already started evolving into dogs even before humans started to actively keep them around. Humans would make their camps and after a kill, would throw out leftover bones and meat and parts they didn't like to eat. Wolves that had less natural fear of humans were able to do well by following and hanging around human camps and groups, and eventually evolved into "proto-dogs" with behavior and some features distinct from the rest of the wolves. Domestication followed from there once humans and wolves got the courage to get close to each other and work together. A similar thing happened in Berk. It was shown that the Red Death ate any dragon that couldn't bring it enough food. But the dragons that were comfortable enough with humans were able to raid the village, so they had the most stable food source than the dragons that hunted on their own. Natural selection took place and the dragons that feared humans were eaten while the ones who weren't afraid lived and bred. The dragons who didn't fear humans also evolved in a way that would only have them fight in self-defense, as the ones that attacked unprovoked would've been far more likely to be killed by the Vikings. Hence, dragons in Berk were in a perfect situation to be tamed by humans. All it took was one dragon and one human brave enough to work together.
Brave, Tangled, How to Train Your Dragon and Rise Of The Guardians all take place in the same universe.Considering the amount of crossover fanfictions that involve two, three or all four of these movies, plus the pairings(Mericup, Hicpunzel, Jackpunzel, Jackcupp etc.) My guess is that these are the best CGI films to come out in the last four years. In some cases I've seen, you can add Harry Potter to the mix for some extra fun.(This troper is doing a story with all of these, plus another movie thrown in)
On their island, the dragons act just as their riders do.Toothless is the Hiccup equivalent - smaller, but with hidden depths that outmatch the others to a great extent (Hiccup's smarts and observations skills/Tootless's speed, agility, ability to cloak himself in darkness). The gronckle is as thick and goofy-looking as Fishlegs but is also pretty resourceful. Then the rest of the teens with their dragons and the like in Berk.
Astrid is originally from a different village.Her parents are from another village and moved to Berk when Astrid was little. It'd explain why her name isn't as scary or icky as others, maybe giving such names to children to care off trolls is a tradition only on Berk. Vikings from other clans have more traditional names as well. It'd explain why she tries to hard in dragon training and was so upset not to be the one honored by the elders, maybe she feels the need to prove to the village that she belongs there.
Gothi (the village elder) knew about Hiccup and ToothlessBut she did not say anything, because she was not certain and she wanted to see just how far he was going to go. Perhaps even wondering if he had discovered something that the Vikings had forgotten. Stoick mentions he should of 'seen the signs' in regards to Hiccup and Toothless, which means that something like this is not unheard of. However, Gothi might of been very well versed in more ancient lore, even before Berk's founding, meaning that she might of known the legends of those who could communicate with dragons or at least have a great affinity with them, which Hiccup was showing. Note how she was watching him closely during the time pass montage where Hiccup accelerates to the top of the class with an almost knowing look on her face, which is what got this theory going.