Hiccup develops a diving bell to dive underwater and Changewing Acid to dissolve the chains, but the Hunters' interruption wakes the sleeping Submaripper. Though still doubtful, Hiccup and the others scramble to keep the siblings from noticing each other by sending Heather away while offering Dagur a Gronckle he names Shattermaster to get him to leave, but they cross paths anyway. Just as they are about to celebrate his graduation, Savage and a faction of Berserkers start a revolt and imprison Dagur and the dragons. When the riders go on a mission to destroy the hunters' increased supply of Dragon Root, Snotlout at first refuses to go, but returns to save the riders when he discovers the trap that has been set. It is revealed that Heather is acting as a spy and she gave Astrid the information, but when Astrid proposes that they tell Hiccup the truth, Heather declines. The Scauldron rebuffs their attempts for help, so no one but Ruffnut seems to calm it down.
Dagur leads Viggo's fleet away and swears to Heather that he will return to answer her questions, leaving his worried sister behind. But Johann and Krogan arrive first and capture the dragon. All is well until suddenly the dragons begin to wildly revolt, and the others assume Hiccup's obsessive work regime is to blame. Fearing the possibility her condition may be permanent and her Shield Maiden days are over, Astrid still manages to use her other senses to figure out the Triple Stryke's weakness and finally train it. While Fishlegs is wrapped up in trying to beat Snotlout, Fishlegs fails to notice that Meatlug caught Outcasts sneaking into Berk, which leads to her being captured. When the riders find out they make it clear to him that he is too immature to become a rider, Gustav runs from the island in the night. Viggo reveals that Red Oleander is not harmful to dragons and that he had no intention of poisoning Toothless, having developed a deep respect for dragons after a Monstrous Nightmare saved him from the cave in.
Eventually the Riders save Throk, Tuffnut reveals his lie, and the Changewings are diverted away, and Throk decides to leave understanding that the Thorston twins are better together. They learn the tribe is guarded by a lava-eating dragon, the Eruptodon, whom Mala and the others label 'The Great Protector,' but Hiccup soon realizes when the Eruptodon is captured that Viggo was using them as a distraction. They identify the rider's dragon with the Dragon Eye as a Razorwhip and pursue it to a remote island. He reveals that Ryker has taken charge of the Hunters and offers to surrender the Dragon Eye in return for Hiccup's help in stopping Ryker, but escapes during an attack on the Defenders of the Wing, leaving the riders with the baby Eruptodon in their care. Continuing his ruse as their ally, Johann suggests taking a trip to the Northern Market with Hiccup alone and that he bring both his Dragon Eye 2 and all of his lenses.
Astrid brings the other riders to a cave where the Snow Wraith is hibernating, while Heather's attempts to mislead Ryker fail and he finds the cave on his own. De Marco March 5, 2014 2014-03-05 1. Meanwhile, Stoick and Gobber, left in charge while the riders are away, lose Tuffnut's pet chicken and each try to replace it with a new one. Snotlout manages to undo the hypnosis, but Fishlegs pretends to be Thor long enough for the other Riders to swoop in and rescue them and Alvin. It's so crisply drawn and fluid that a person of a certain age would be forgiven for wondering how on earth we survived with things like Scooby-Doo and The Perils of Penelope Pitstop. While looking it over, the riders believe Viggo is keeping them from something on a nearby island. Back on the Edge, Astrid works to set up defenses with the twins and explodes into a heated argument with Ruffnut who says that she does not respect others.
However, this is all part of their plan and Hiccup and Toothless escape their cell and rendezvous in Johann's Quarters, only to discover that Johann had moved the Dragon Eye to another location. Archived from on August 8, 2012. Back on Vanaheim, Fishlegs looks through Oswald's hut for any information on the Sentinels and discovers they are not dead, but merely in a state of hibernation. He immediately gains their respect when he seals an opening in their cavern that leaks sunlight, even naming one Darkvarg, but things turn sour when they refuse to let him leave. At the end of May 2014, DreamWorks Animation announced that in spring 2015 the series would move to instead of premiering on Cartoon Network. Gruffnut is revealed to owe money to the Hunters and promised one of the riders' dragons to pay off his debt.
This causes Stoick to reconsider allowing the dragons to roam freely on Berk. Heather seems to instantly fit in with the riders, but Windshear, used to being Heather's sole protector, complicates things when she acts extremely hostile towards the other dragons as they help with the yearly Nadder Migration. Meanwhile, Hiccup and Snotlout travel to Wingmaiden Island to escort Atali to the meeting, where Atali leaves her second-in-command, Minden, in charge of the island, though Minden is upset at not being allowed to attend the meeting as well. Dragons: Riders of Berk: Part 1 contained episodes from 1 to 11, and Dragons: Riders of Berk: Part 2, episodes from 12 to 20. With the help of a wild Thunderdrum, Hiccup uses Monstrous Nightmare gel that Snotlout brought with him to warm the hardened mucus and free the group. After her repeated failures, Minden loses hope and confidence in herself and quits being a Wingmaiden, but is inspired by Snotlout not to give up.
When a fire breaks out on the other side of the island, Minden orders all the guards to put it out, leaving the Wingmaidens defenseless to a surprise attack from the Flyers, resulting in Atali being injured and knocked out. Later, an injured Heather and Windshear return from Vanaheim with dire news. With little time to lose, Hiccup and Fishlegs must find a way to cure Toothless and get the ingredients for the cure back to Berk. Towards the end of her mission, Astrid learns and confirms Heather's true motives for helping the Outcasts-freeing her parents. Snotlout and Ruffnut kidnap the Stinger and take it back to its pack when they and the rest of the riders are attacked by the other Speed Stingers who have similarly evolved. In the cave, Hiccups finds Garff while Fishlegs brings the Cavern Crasher to help dig a new exit and move the Singetail eggs to safety.
His second dragon is Skullcrusher, a Rumblehorn. Because their slow speed had previously allowed an Outcast boat to escape, Fishlegs decides that producing Gronckle Iron is a more helpful task than flying with the other teens, until Meatlug ends up ingesting a magnetic rock, attracting all the metal in the village-including Hiccup's metal leg. Believing them to have been in league with the Hunters all along, Mala swears to kill Hiccup herself. Hiccup, still worried about his father, is reluctant to leave Stoick alone and go to Vanaheim. Many recruits apply, including Gustav, Gothi, and Spitelout, but Hiccup takes notice of her overly harsh regimen and points out she wants her students to fail so she has a reason to stay on Berk and protect her family.