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School of Dragons is set in the Viking village of Berk. You can begin your adventure by selecting your Viking avatar. Get a taste of the skies as Hiccup takes you on a spin with Toothless, showing you the ropes of dragon flying. There is nothing quite like this thrilling dragon game!

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After this breathtaking experience, it is time for crucial decisions as you head to the Dragon Hatchery after a word with Gobber. Here, you can choose your dragon egg and drop it in the lava. If you are undecided, take a quiz to find a dragon that matches your personality! Once the egg hatches and the dragon emerges, it is time to raise the dragon. Your dragon needs to be trained and Flight School accomplishes just that. Before long, you'll be ready to take the reins and soar with your dragon buddies.

  • New Expansion Pack- A whole new adventure in the Call of the Death Song Expansion Pack: 2 NEW Dragons - Saddle up and explore the new world with the harmonious Death Song and the daring Razorwhip!

  • 20+ Quests- Unravel the mysteries of the Dragon Eye!

  • 3 New Areas: Discover the most exhilarating areas of Shipwreck Graveyard, Death Song Island, and the Infested Farm!

  • Mystery Chests- To help you on your quest to be an Ultimate Dragon Trainer, there are never before seen Mystery Chests hidden in plain sight around the lands for you to buy. By collecting these, you can find jackpots of treasure and gold!

  • Targeting System: Now with the new fireshot targeting system, you have more control of where and what your dragon is firing at!

The beautifully animated sequel to the popular film, How to Train Your Dragon was released over the weekend. How to Train Your Dragon 2 is more action packed than the first, while keeping the same charm and humor as the original. If your child has seen the first, they may be anxious to see the sequel but it may be too much for their younger siblings.

The film has a lot more action than the first. There are several large fight scenes with dragons using their powers against other dragons and people. These scenes also show human characters fighting back using various forms of weapons and traps. For the most part this involves loud explosions and characters getting battered around. If your child is uncomfortable with the loud noises and extravagant visuals, then some parts may be overwhelming.

Would you like to see the land from the height of a dragon flight? Then it's time to download the How to Train Your Dragon game. Incredible magical creatures are waiting for you: large and small dragons with different abilities. You can play with them, protect the island of Olukh from enemies and help the Vikings with the housework.

The kind and touching cartoon "How to Tame a Dragon" caused a storm of positive emotions, so games are also popular. What other adventures await the dragon Toothless and the Viking Hiccup? If you want to know about it, feel free to download any game of your choice. You will be able to spend time with your favorite characters from the cartoon "How to Tame Your Dragon" again, and also meet completely new characters.

Before leaving with his fleet to find and destroy the dragons' nest, Stoick enters Hiccup in a dragon-fighting class taught by Gobber with fellow teenagers Fishlegs, Snotlout, twins Ruffnut and Tuffnut, and Astrid, on whom Hiccup has a crush. Failing in training, Hiccup returns to the forest and finds the Night Fury trapped in a cove, unable to fly because Hiccup's bolas tore off half his tail fin. Hiccup gradually befriends the dragon, naming him 'Toothless' after his retractable teeth, and designs a harness and prosthetic fin allowing Toothless to fly with Hiccup riding him.

Learning dragon behavior from Toothless, Hiccup is able to subdue the captive dragons during training, earning admiration from his peers but suspicion from Astrid. Stoick's fleet returns home unsuccessful, though he is gladdened by Hiccup's unexpected success in dragon training. Hiccup is judged the winner of his training class and must kill a dragon for his final exam. He tries to run away with Toothless, but Astrid ambushes him in the forest and discovers the dragon. Hiccup takes Astrid for a sunset flight to demonstrate that Toothless is friendly, but Toothless is hypnotically drawn to the dragons' nest. There, a gargantuan dragon named the Red Death summons the smaller dragons to feed it live food to avoid being eaten themselves. Realizing the dragons have been forced to attack Berk to survive, Astrid wishes to tell the village, but Hiccup advises against it to protect Toothless.

In his final exam, Hiccup faces a captive Monstrous Nightmare dragon and tries to subdue him to prove that dragons can be peaceful. When Stoick inadvertently angers the dragon into attacking, Toothless escapes the cove to protect Hiccup but is captured by the Vikings. After Hiccup accidentally reveals that Toothless knows the location of the dragons' nest, Stoick ignores his son's warnings about the Red Death and disowns him, setting off for the nest with Toothless chained to the lead ship as a guide. Hiccup is devastated, but Astrid prompts him to realize that he spared Toothless out of compassion, not weakness. Regaining his confidence, Hiccup shows Astrid and their friends how to befriend the training dragons, and they set out after Toothless.

Stoick and his Vikings locate and break open the dragon's nest, awakening the Red Death, which soon overwhelms them. Hiccup, Astrid, and their friends fly in on the training dragons, distracting the Red Death. Hiccup attempts to free Toothless from the damaged ship; the two nearly drown, but Stoick rescues them, reconciling with his son. Toothless and Hiccup lure the Red Death into a dive before firing a fireball down its throat, killing it. In the ensuing explosion, Toothless shields Hiccup, but Hiccup loses his lower left leg and faints.

Both Roger Ebert of The Chicago Sun-Times and A. O. Scott of At The Movies felt that character and story development had been sidelined in favour of the visual spectacle. Ebert criticised the lengthy "aerial battles between tamed dragons and evil ones", but did note that "[the film] is bright, good-looking, and has high energy".[33] Similarly, Scott commended the cinematography, observing that the "swooping and soaring [was] worth the price of a ticket."[34] Rolling Stone film critic Peter Travers, giving it three out of four stars, wrote that the film "works enough miracles of 3-D animation to charm your socks off."[35]

Parents need to know that How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World is the third (and supposedly final) of the popular How to Train Your Dragon movies, which were inspired by Cressida Cowell's books. With themes of taking on grown-up responsibilities, this threequel finds young Viking chief Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) and his trusty alpha dragon Toothless facing big decisions and going up against dark forces who want to kidnap and enslave dragons. While the violence is bloodless (and occasionally played for laughs), there's plenty of it: Battles pit dragons against humans, humans against humans, and dragons against dragons. Expect suspense and peril; one character presumably falls to his death. Characters also exchange a few insults, possibly drink ale, and flirt and kiss chastely. There are strong messages of teamwork, courage, inclusion, rising above self-doubt, and familial support.

But the movie's visuals really are special. As in the first two films, the artists' use of atmosphere, shadow, texture, light, and color gradation elevates How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World. And Toothless continues to be one of the cutest beasties in popular film. You may find yourself wondering why it's called The Hidden World, when the movie spends about five minutes in that place. Still, it's family-friendly, and fans of the first two will likely want to see how the gang is doing.

A young Viking boy goes on adventures with Toothless, his mischievous dragon, in the New York Times bestselling books that inspired the hit movie trilogy! Action-packed, hilarious, and perfectly illustrated, How to Train Your Dragon is a beloved modern classic with millions of fans across the globe.

In the book that started it all, Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III, the smallish Viking with a longish name, tries to pass the important initiation test of his Viking clan by catching and training a dragon. Can Hiccup do it without being torn limb from limb? And when a new terror threatens to devour every Viking on the Isle of Berk, can he save the tribe and become a hero?

Follow Hiccup, Toothless, and a cast of zany characters from book 1 all the way to book 12. Then check out THE COMPLETE BOOK OF DRAGONS, a guide to every dragon known to exist in the land of Berk and its surrounds. Once you have studied up on your dragon-knowledge, you can record your own dragon doodles and heroic musings in HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON: A JOURNAL FOR HEROES.

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