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Hiccup and his dragon,Toothless

Hiccup Horrendous Haddock the Third was an awesome swordfighter, a dragon whisperer, and the greatest Viking Hero who ever lived. But Hiccup's memoirs look back to when he was a very ordinary boy who found it hard to be a hero.

You don't have to read the Hiccup memoirs in order. But if you want to, this is the right order:

BOOK 1: How to Train Your Dragon

BOOK 2: How to Be a Pirate

BOOK 3: How to Speak Dragonese

BOOK 4: How to Cheat a Dragon's Curse

BOOK 5: How to Twist a Dragon's Tale

BOOK 6: A Hero's Guide to Deadly Dragons

BOOK 7: How to Ride a Dragon's Storm

BOOK 8: How to Break a Dragon's Heart

BOOK 9: How to Steal a Dragon's Sword


A Note from the Hero

1、First Catch Your Dragon
2、Inside the Dragon Nursery

3、Heros or Exiles

4、How to Train Your Dragon

5、A Chat with Old Wrinkly

6、Meanwhile, Deep in the Ocean

7、Toothless Wakes Up

8、Training Your Dragon the Hard Way

9、Fear, Vanity, Revenge, and Silly Jokes

10、Thor'sday Thursday

11、Thor Is Angry

12、The Green Death

13、When Yelling Doesn't Work

14、The Fiendishly Clever Plan

15、The Battle at Death's Head Headland

16、The Fiendishly Clever Plan Goes Wrong

17、In the Mouth of the Dragon

18、The Extraordinary Bravery of Toothless

19、Hiccup the Useful

Epilogue by the Hero

Dragon Stats: Viking Dragons and Their Eggs

A Note from the Hero

There were dragons when I was a boy.

There were gerat, grim, sky dragons that nested on the cliff tops like gigantic scary birds. Little, brown, scuttly dragons that hunted down the mice and rats in well-organized packs. Preposterously huge Sea Dragons that were twenty times as big as the Big Blue Whale and who killed for the fun of it.

You will have to take my word for it, for the dragons are disappearing so fast they may soon become extinct.

Nobody knows what is happening. Thay are crawling back into the sea from whence they came, leaving not a bone, not a fang, in the earth for the men of the future to remember them by.

So, in order that these amazing creatures should not be forgotten, I will tell this true story from my childhood.

I was not the sort of boy who could train a dragon with a mere lifting of an eyebrow. I was not a natural at the Hreoism business. I had to work at it. This is the story of becoming a Hero the Hard Way.

First Catch Your Dragon

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Dragon Stats: Viking Dragons and Their Eggs

The Common or Garden and The Basic Brown

The Common or Garden and The Basic Brown are so similar that they can be dealt with together. These are the most familiar breeds -- the ones we instantly think of when we say "dragons." They are poor hunters, but they are easy to train. These dragons are the best kind for family pets, although, as with a lion or a tiger, they should never be left unsupervised with very young children.


COLORS:Green and yellow, all shades of brown
ARMED WITH:Basic teeth and claws …… 3
DEFENSES:Prickly spines …… 2
RADAR:None …… 0
POISON:None …… 0
HUNTING ABILITY:Lethargic hunters …… 3
SPEED:Swift in retreat …… 8
FEAR AND FIGHT FACTOR:Good when angry …… 4

Total Score: 20

The Gronckle

The Gronckle is the plug-ugly of the dragon world. But what it lacks in looks, it makes up for on the battlefield. They can be slow and, dare I say it, stupid~ and sometimes they get so fat that they are unable to take off. They are also prone to dragon acne.


COLORS:Snot green, bogey beige, pooey brown
ARMED WITH:All the best in dragon weaponry. Fangs like daggers, extra spike on neck, ball with spikes on end of tail …… 8
DEFENSES:Super-thick, flame-proof and scratch-proof skin …… 9
RADAR:None …… 0
POISON:None …… 0
HUNTING ABILITY:Gronckles are slow to maneuver in the air …… 0
SPEED:See above …… 5
FEAR AND FIGHT FACTOR:Terrifying in action …… 9

Total Score: 31