So that, plus it was great to have Jónsi do a song at the end of the movie, because I've always liked [moody Icelandic band] Sigur Rós. [1][2] The soundtrack received wide acclaim from professional music critics. Stoick thinks Hiccup is dead and asks sorry to Toothless. Hiccup tries convince the rest of Vikings that dragons don't are a threat. Usually scores of this length have a fair amount of filler, […] but on How to Train Your Dragon every cue has worth. Stoick and Gobber talks about dragon training. Hiccup learns a lot of things with Toothless and take it to the Dragon Training. Listen to trailer music, OST, original score, and the full list of popular songs in the film. Teenagers have the first class about fight against dragons. No one has posted yet. As a kid I remember watching The Vikings with Tony Curtis and Kirk Douglas, and I always liked that score. Zimmer had long praised Powell's abilities, and on many occasions, asserted that he was the superior composer between them, thus firmly supporting Powell's first solo animation effort. Sibelius was the key.

Hiccup goes to river and draw Toothless in his note. tunefind Toothless enters in arena to save him of Nightmare. How to Train Your Dragon: Music from the Motion Picture is a soundtrack album composed by John Powell for the film of the same name and released by Varèse Sarabande on March 23, 2010. The Art of How to Train Your Dragon; The Art of How to Train Your Dragon 2; The Art of How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World; World of Dragons; Book of Dragons; Guide to the Dragons, Volume 1; Volume 2; Volume 3; Comics & Graphic Novels The score earned Powell his first Academy Award nomination and his third BAFTA nomination, which he lost to The Social Network and The King's Speech, respectively. How to Train Your Dragon Song Lyrics Random. The score also won the International Film Music Critics Association 2011 Awards for Best Original Score for an Animated Feature and Film Score of the Year, and was nominated twice for Film Music Composition of the Year for the tracks "Forbidden Friendship" and "Test Drive". Icelandic singer Jónsi was brought on to write and record the song "Sticks & Stones", which plays during the end credits of the film. Powell had scored many of DreamWorks' previous films, but this was the first of DreamWorks' films where Powell helmed the score on his own (on his previous efforts with DreamWorks, he had collaborated with other composers such as Harry Gregson-Williams and Hans Zimmer). Grieg to a certain extent, although I think he was a little bit more Germanic than he was Nordic. Everybody stays impressioned with his new abilities. [7], Christian Clemmensen, founder of Filmtracks.com and member of the IFMCA, praised the score, saying that "Powell has finally managed to create a well rounded and more easily digestible variation on his typical mannerisms for How to Train Your Dragon." Would you like to be the first?

The score earned Powell his first Academy Award nomination and his third BAFTA nomination, which he lost to The Social Network and The King's Speech, respectively. Song previews courtesy of Apple Music, iTunes and Spotify. Find all 24 songs in How to Train Your Dragon Soundtrack, with scene descriptions.

I just felt the animation and the visuals were giving me a broader palette to play with.

[11][12], Main theme from the film, this portion of the song portrays the recurring, International Film Music Critics Association, Annie Award for Best Music in an Animated Feature Production, World Soundtrack Award for Soundtrack Composer of the Year, World Soundtrack Award for Best Original Song Written Directly for a Film, "IFMCA announces its 2010 Winners for scoring excellence", "IFMCA announces its 2010 Nominees for scoring excellence", British Academy of Film and Television Arts, "Winners and Nominees for the 83rd Academy Awards", Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, The Incomplete Book of Dragons: A Guide to Dragon Species, How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, How to Train Your Dragon: Music from the Motion Picture, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=How_to_Train_Your_Dragon:_Music_from_the_Motion_Picture&oldid=977844590, Short description is different from Wikidata, Album articles lacking alt text for covers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Best Original Score for an Animated Feature, This page was last edited on 11 September 2020, at 09:13. But there is that in a few cues—heavy, dark guitar textures going on at the same time as large orchestration. We looked at all the folk music from the Nordic areas. Check Out My channel and destroy that Like button if you want more videos! Hiccup and teenagers arrive with dragons to help. I miss the old movie.

"[10] Both reviewers named it as the Best Score of the Year.
[6] The music also won an Annie Award for the Best Music in a Feature Production from the International Animated Film Association, ASIFA-Hollywood. (Some I couldn't find) ~I do not own any of these songs. The score also won the International Film Music Critics Association2011 Awards for Best Original Score for an Animated Feature and Film Score of the … And Celtic music was something that Jeffrey [Katzenberg] felt had this very attractive quality to it, and a sweetness, that he thought would be wonderful for the film. Teenagers fight against a Nadder and Hiccup asks Gobber about Night Fury! Astrid is mad, Toothless gives Astrid a hard ride until she gets so terrified that apologizes to Hiccup, Toothless calms down at the same instant and gives them a really pleasant flight that completely charms Astrid, After hearing that Hiccup is supposed to kill a dragon the next day Toothless takes them to their nest, Hiccup persuades Astrid to keep silence about the dragons' nest until he comes up with something, During Hiccup's graduation, he throws down his weapons and tries to show everyone that dragons are not as bad as they seem. Hiccup opens the door and see a new life with Vikings and dragons living together. Toothless flies brutally with Astrid and Hiccup!

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So that, plus it was great to have Jónsi do a song at the end of the movie, because I've always liked [moody Icelandic band] Sigur Rós. [1][2] The soundtrack received wide acclaim from professional music critics. Stoick thinks Hiccup is dead and asks sorry to Toothless. Hiccup tries convince the rest of Vikings that dragons don't are a threat. Usually scores of this length have a fair amount of filler, […] but on How to Train Your Dragon every cue has worth. Stoick and Gobber talks about dragon training. Hiccup learns a lot of things with Toothless and take it to the Dragon Training. Listen to trailer music, OST, original score, and the full list of popular songs in the film. Teenagers have the first class about fight against dragons. No one has posted yet. As a kid I remember watching The Vikings with Tony Curtis and Kirk Douglas, and I always liked that score. Zimmer had long praised Powell's abilities, and on many occasions, asserted that he was the superior composer between them, thus firmly supporting Powell's first solo animation effort. Sibelius was the key.

Hiccup goes to river and draw Toothless in his note. tunefind Toothless enters in arena to save him of Nightmare. How to Train Your Dragon: Music from the Motion Picture is a soundtrack album composed by John Powell for the film of the same name and released by Varèse Sarabande on March 23, 2010. The Art of How to Train Your Dragon; The Art of How to Train Your Dragon 2; The Art of How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World; World of Dragons; Book of Dragons; Guide to the Dragons, Volume 1; Volume 2; Volume 3; Comics & Graphic Novels The score earned Powell his first Academy Award nomination and his third BAFTA nomination, which he lost to The Social Network and The King's Speech, respectively. How to Train Your Dragon Song Lyrics Random. The score also won the International Film Music Critics Association 2011 Awards for Best Original Score for an Animated Feature and Film Score of the Year, and was nominated twice for Film Music Composition of the Year for the tracks "Forbidden Friendship" and "Test Drive". Icelandic singer Jónsi was brought on to write and record the song "Sticks & Stones", which plays during the end credits of the film. Powell had scored many of DreamWorks' previous films, but this was the first of DreamWorks' films where Powell helmed the score on his own (on his previous efforts with DreamWorks, he had collaborated with other composers such as Harry Gregson-Williams and Hans Zimmer). Grieg to a certain extent, although I think he was a little bit more Germanic than he was Nordic. Everybody stays impressioned with his new abilities. [7], Christian Clemmensen, founder of Filmtracks.com and member of the IFMCA, praised the score, saying that "Powell has finally managed to create a well rounded and more easily digestible variation on his typical mannerisms for How to Train Your Dragon." Would you like to be the first?

The score earned Powell his first Academy Award nomination and his third BAFTA nomination, which he lost to The Social Network and The King's Speech, respectively. Song previews courtesy of Apple Music, iTunes and Spotify. Find all 24 songs in How to Train Your Dragon Soundtrack, with scene descriptions.

I just felt the animation and the visuals were giving me a broader palette to play with.

[11][12], Main theme from the film, this portion of the song portrays the recurring, International Film Music Critics Association, Annie Award for Best Music in an Animated Feature Production, World Soundtrack Award for Soundtrack Composer of the Year, World Soundtrack Award for Best Original Song Written Directly for a Film, "IFMCA announces its 2010 Winners for scoring excellence", "IFMCA announces its 2010 Nominees for scoring excellence", British Academy of Film and Television Arts, "Winners and Nominees for the 83rd Academy Awards", Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, The Incomplete Book of Dragons: A Guide to Dragon Species, How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, How to Train Your Dragon: Music from the Motion Picture, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=How_to_Train_Your_Dragon:_Music_from_the_Motion_Picture&oldid=977844590, Short description is different from Wikidata, Album articles lacking alt text for covers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Best Original Score for an Animated Feature, This page was last edited on 11 September 2020, at 09:13. But there is that in a few cues—heavy, dark guitar textures going on at the same time as large orchestration. We looked at all the folk music from the Nordic areas. Check Out My channel and destroy that Like button if you want more videos! Hiccup and teenagers arrive with dragons to help. I miss the old movie.

"[10] Both reviewers named it as the Best Score of the Year.
[6] The music also won an Annie Award for the Best Music in a Feature Production from the International Animated Film Association, ASIFA-Hollywood. (Some I couldn't find) ~I do not own any of these songs. The score also won the International Film Music Critics Association2011 Awards for Best Original Score for an Animated Feature and Film Score of the … And Celtic music was something that Jeffrey [Katzenberg] felt had this very attractive quality to it, and a sweetness, that he thought would be wonderful for the film. Teenagers fight against a Nadder and Hiccup asks Gobber about Night Fury! Astrid is mad, Toothless gives Astrid a hard ride until she gets so terrified that apologizes to Hiccup, Toothless calms down at the same instant and gives them a really pleasant flight that completely charms Astrid, After hearing that Hiccup is supposed to kill a dragon the next day Toothless takes them to their nest, Hiccup persuades Astrid to keep silence about the dragons' nest until he comes up with something, During Hiccup's graduation, he throws down his weapons and tries to show everyone that dragons are not as bad as they seem. Hiccup opens the door and see a new life with Vikings and dragons living together. Toothless flies brutally with Astrid and Hiccup!

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So that, plus it was great to have Jónsi do a song at the end of the movie, because I've always liked [moody Icelandic band] Sigur Rós. [1][2] The soundtrack received wide acclaim from professional music critics. Stoick thinks Hiccup is dead and asks sorry to Toothless. Hiccup tries convince the rest of Vikings that dragons don't are a threat. Usually scores of this length have a fair amount of filler, […] but on How to Train Your Dragon every cue has worth. Stoick and Gobber talks about dragon training. Hiccup learns a lot of things with Toothless and take it to the Dragon Training. Listen to trailer music, OST, original score, and the full list of popular songs in the film. Teenagers have the first class about fight against dragons. No one has posted yet. As a kid I remember watching The Vikings with Tony Curtis and Kirk Douglas, and I always liked that score. Zimmer had long praised Powell's abilities, and on many occasions, asserted that he was the superior composer between them, thus firmly supporting Powell's first solo animation effort. Sibelius was the key.

Hiccup goes to river and draw Toothless in his note. tunefind Toothless enters in arena to save him of Nightmare. How to Train Your Dragon: Music from the Motion Picture is a soundtrack album composed by John Powell for the film of the same name and released by Varèse Sarabande on March 23, 2010. The Art of How to Train Your Dragon; The Art of How to Train Your Dragon 2; The Art of How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World; World of Dragons; Book of Dragons; Guide to the Dragons, Volume 1; Volume 2; Volume 3; Comics & Graphic Novels The score earned Powell his first Academy Award nomination and his third BAFTA nomination, which he lost to The Social Network and The King's Speech, respectively. How to Train Your Dragon Song Lyrics Random. The score also won the International Film Music Critics Association 2011 Awards for Best Original Score for an Animated Feature and Film Score of the Year, and was nominated twice for Film Music Composition of the Year for the tracks "Forbidden Friendship" and "Test Drive". Icelandic singer Jónsi was brought on to write and record the song "Sticks & Stones", which plays during the end credits of the film. Powell had scored many of DreamWorks' previous films, but this was the first of DreamWorks' films where Powell helmed the score on his own (on his previous efforts with DreamWorks, he had collaborated with other composers such as Harry Gregson-Williams and Hans Zimmer). Grieg to a certain extent, although I think he was a little bit more Germanic than he was Nordic. Everybody stays impressioned with his new abilities. [7], Christian Clemmensen, founder of Filmtracks.com and member of the IFMCA, praised the score, saying that "Powell has finally managed to create a well rounded and more easily digestible variation on his typical mannerisms for How to Train Your Dragon." Would you like to be the first?

The score earned Powell his first Academy Award nomination and his third BAFTA nomination, which he lost to The Social Network and The King's Speech, respectively. Song previews courtesy of Apple Music, iTunes and Spotify. Find all 24 songs in How to Train Your Dragon Soundtrack, with scene descriptions.

I just felt the animation and the visuals were giving me a broader palette to play with.

[11][12], Main theme from the film, this portion of the song portrays the recurring, International Film Music Critics Association, Annie Award for Best Music in an Animated Feature Production, World Soundtrack Award for Soundtrack Composer of the Year, World Soundtrack Award for Best Original Song Written Directly for a Film, "IFMCA announces its 2010 Winners for scoring excellence", "IFMCA announces its 2010 Nominees for scoring excellence", British Academy of Film and Television Arts, "Winners and Nominees for the 83rd Academy Awards", Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, The Incomplete Book of Dragons: A Guide to Dragon Species, How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, How to Train Your Dragon: Music from the Motion Picture, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=How_to_Train_Your_Dragon:_Music_from_the_Motion_Picture&oldid=977844590, Short description is different from Wikidata, Album articles lacking alt text for covers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Best Original Score for an Animated Feature, This page was last edited on 11 September 2020, at 09:13. But there is that in a few cues—heavy, dark guitar textures going on at the same time as large orchestration. We looked at all the folk music from the Nordic areas. Check Out My channel and destroy that Like button if you want more videos! Hiccup and teenagers arrive with dragons to help. I miss the old movie.

"[10] Both reviewers named it as the Best Score of the Year.
[6] The music also won an Annie Award for the Best Music in a Feature Production from the International Animated Film Association, ASIFA-Hollywood. (Some I couldn't find) ~I do not own any of these songs. The score also won the International Film Music Critics Association2011 Awards for Best Original Score for an Animated Feature and Film Score of the … And Celtic music was something that Jeffrey [Katzenberg] felt had this very attractive quality to it, and a sweetness, that he thought would be wonderful for the film. Teenagers fight against a Nadder and Hiccup asks Gobber about Night Fury! Astrid is mad, Toothless gives Astrid a hard ride until she gets so terrified that apologizes to Hiccup, Toothless calms down at the same instant and gives them a really pleasant flight that completely charms Astrid, After hearing that Hiccup is supposed to kill a dragon the next day Toothless takes them to their nest, Hiccup persuades Astrid to keep silence about the dragons' nest until he comes up with something, During Hiccup's graduation, he throws down his weapons and tries to show everyone that dragons are not as bad as they seem. Hiccup opens the door and see a new life with Vikings and dragons living together. Toothless flies brutally with Astrid and Hiccup!

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However, Clemmensen still awarded the score the highest rating of five stars,[3] and later listed the score as one of the Top Five of the year. Astrid and Hiccup figures out where dragons lead food. Hiccup introduces his island of Berk and tells about Vikings' confrontation with dragons, The tribe is fighting dragons while Hiccup sneaks out of the smithy with his bolas cannon, Hiccup finds a Night Fury that he managed to down, but instead of killing he lets it go, Gobber trains the village youths in dragon fighting, Hiccup notices that the Night Fury can't fly properly because of the missing part of the tail, Hiccup reads the Dragon Book where all known to the tribe dragon species are listed, During the training session the youths try to find dragons' blind spots, Hiccup befriends the dragon that he names Toothless and it finally lets Hiccup stroke him, Hiccup makes the missing part of the tail for Toothless, Hiccup makes himself a saddle and modifies a tail so that he can control it. The score earned Powell his first Academy Award nomination and his third BAFTA nomination, which he lost to The Social Network and The King's Speech, respectively.

Songs from How To Train Your Dragon 1, 2, and Dragons. They all belong to Dreamworks~ [8], Other reviewers expressed similar opinions about the score. Hiccup and Toothless defeat the Green Death. 254,200 songs77,000 artists101,100 episodes, movies and games, The Internet’s best source for music from TV and movies since 2005. 26 liked songs • 48.1k views • composed by John Powell. Hiccup and Astrid both fly Toothless together. [3] For the score, Powell utilized many Celtic influences, employing instruments like the fiddle, bagpipes, dulcimer, pennywhistle, and even a harpsichord. How to Train Your Dragon was composer John Powell's sixth collaboration with DreamWorks Animation. Hiccup share a fish with a Terrible Terror and figures out they're not fireproof. In forest, Hiccup meets Toothless for the first time and almost kills him. How to Train Your Dragon: Music from the Motion Picture is a soundtrack album composed by John Powell for the film of the same name and released by Varèse Sarabande on March 23, 2010. Find all 24 songs in How to Train Your Dragon Soundtrack, with scene descriptions. [The directors] were really very specific a lot of the time. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World. Toothless rushes to save him and is pinned by the Vikings, The Vikings set sail to the dragons' nest with the imprisoned Toothless as a guide, leaving Hiccup with Astrid, The giant dragon attacks, setting all the boats on fire, The youngsters appear at the battlefield, riding the dragons, Stoick searches the rubble for his son, and finds Toothless has saved Hiccup by wrapping him in his wings, The second song played in the end credits. Powell earned a BAFTA nomination for his work as well as his first Oscar nomination, losing both nominations to Alexandre Desplat for his score for The King's Speech,[5] and to Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross for their score for The Social Network, respectively. Listen to the music, ost, score, list of songs and trailers. When Hiccup takes Toothless for their test flight. They were an influence as well, even though that seems paradoxical. tunefind Listen to trailer music, OST, original score, and the full list of popular songs in the film. I studied a lot of Sibelius as a kid, and I've always adored his music. You could say the symphonic musical past was Nielson, the Danish symphonist. He however criticized the use of Scottish and Irish tones in a score meant for Vikings, as well as the Jónsi song "Sticks & Stones", which he felt "[drained] all the enthusiasm out of the environment created by Powell." In an interview with The Wrap's Steve Pond, Powell talked about his intent for the score: "I was certainly trying to get a bit more epic. Opening titles. Hiccup introduce Berk and the other characters. Astrid give a kiss in Hiccup by the flight. "[9] Archie Watt from MovieCues said: "I sincerely hope that Powell’s work will be rewarded with an Oscar in 2011. It couldn’t be more deserved—the score is by far the best of the year to date, and I can’t foresee any other score taking that accolade from this masterpiece. All rights reserved. "[4], The score was exceptionally well-received, earning universal praise from professional film score critics and fans alike. All 50 songs from How To Train Your Dragon (2010), with scene descriptions. Hiccup reads about the species on the dragon book! Jonathan Broxton, founder of Movie Music UK and another member of the IFMCA said: "It’s very rare that one can listen to an entire 70+ minute album and honestly say that all of them have musical merit, but that is genuinely the case here. Sibelius.

So that, plus it was great to have Jónsi do a song at the end of the movie, because I've always liked [moody Icelandic band] Sigur Rós. [1][2] The soundtrack received wide acclaim from professional music critics. Stoick thinks Hiccup is dead and asks sorry to Toothless. Hiccup tries convince the rest of Vikings that dragons don't are a threat. Usually scores of this length have a fair amount of filler, […] but on How to Train Your Dragon every cue has worth. Stoick and Gobber talks about dragon training. Hiccup learns a lot of things with Toothless and take it to the Dragon Training. Listen to trailer music, OST, original score, and the full list of popular songs in the film. Teenagers have the first class about fight against dragons. No one has posted yet. As a kid I remember watching The Vikings with Tony Curtis and Kirk Douglas, and I always liked that score. Zimmer had long praised Powell's abilities, and on many occasions, asserted that he was the superior composer between them, thus firmly supporting Powell's first solo animation effort. Sibelius was the key.

Hiccup goes to river and draw Toothless in his note. tunefind Toothless enters in arena to save him of Nightmare. How to Train Your Dragon: Music from the Motion Picture is a soundtrack album composed by John Powell for the film of the same name and released by Varèse Sarabande on March 23, 2010. The Art of How to Train Your Dragon; The Art of How to Train Your Dragon 2; The Art of How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World; World of Dragons; Book of Dragons; Guide to the Dragons, Volume 1; Volume 2; Volume 3; Comics & Graphic Novels The score earned Powell his first Academy Award nomination and his third BAFTA nomination, which he lost to The Social Network and The King's Speech, respectively. How to Train Your Dragon Song Lyrics Random. The score also won the International Film Music Critics Association 2011 Awards for Best Original Score for an Animated Feature and Film Score of the Year, and was nominated twice for Film Music Composition of the Year for the tracks "Forbidden Friendship" and "Test Drive". Icelandic singer Jónsi was brought on to write and record the song "Sticks & Stones", which plays during the end credits of the film. Powell had scored many of DreamWorks' previous films, but this was the first of DreamWorks' films where Powell helmed the score on his own (on his previous efforts with DreamWorks, he had collaborated with other composers such as Harry Gregson-Williams and Hans Zimmer). Grieg to a certain extent, although I think he was a little bit more Germanic than he was Nordic. Everybody stays impressioned with his new abilities. [7], Christian Clemmensen, founder of Filmtracks.com and member of the IFMCA, praised the score, saying that "Powell has finally managed to create a well rounded and more easily digestible variation on his typical mannerisms for How to Train Your Dragon." Would you like to be the first?

The score earned Powell his first Academy Award nomination and his third BAFTA nomination, which he lost to The Social Network and The King's Speech, respectively. Song previews courtesy of Apple Music, iTunes and Spotify. Find all 24 songs in How to Train Your Dragon Soundtrack, with scene descriptions.

I just felt the animation and the visuals were giving me a broader palette to play with.

[11][12], Main theme from the film, this portion of the song portrays the recurring, International Film Music Critics Association, Annie Award for Best Music in an Animated Feature Production, World Soundtrack Award for Soundtrack Composer of the Year, World Soundtrack Award for Best Original Song Written Directly for a Film, "IFMCA announces its 2010 Winners for scoring excellence", "IFMCA announces its 2010 Nominees for scoring excellence", British Academy of Film and Television Arts, "Winners and Nominees for the 83rd Academy Awards", Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, The Incomplete Book of Dragons: A Guide to Dragon Species, How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, How to Train Your Dragon: Music from the Motion Picture, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=How_to_Train_Your_Dragon:_Music_from_the_Motion_Picture&oldid=977844590, Short description is different from Wikidata, Album articles lacking alt text for covers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Best Original Score for an Animated Feature, This page was last edited on 11 September 2020, at 09:13. But there is that in a few cues—heavy, dark guitar textures going on at the same time as large orchestration. We looked at all the folk music from the Nordic areas. Check Out My channel and destroy that Like button if you want more videos! Hiccup and teenagers arrive with dragons to help. I miss the old movie.

"[10] Both reviewers named it as the Best Score of the Year.
[6] The music also won an Annie Award for the Best Music in a Feature Production from the International Animated Film Association, ASIFA-Hollywood. (Some I couldn't find) ~I do not own any of these songs. The score also won the International Film Music Critics Association2011 Awards for Best Original Score for an Animated Feature and Film Score of the … And Celtic music was something that Jeffrey [Katzenberg] felt had this very attractive quality to it, and a sweetness, that he thought would be wonderful for the film. Teenagers fight against a Nadder and Hiccup asks Gobber about Night Fury! Astrid is mad, Toothless gives Astrid a hard ride until she gets so terrified that apologizes to Hiccup, Toothless calms down at the same instant and gives them a really pleasant flight that completely charms Astrid, After hearing that Hiccup is supposed to kill a dragon the next day Toothless takes them to their nest, Hiccup persuades Astrid to keep silence about the dragons' nest until he comes up with something, During Hiccup's graduation, he throws down his weapons and tries to show everyone that dragons are not as bad as they seem. Hiccup opens the door and see a new life with Vikings and dragons living together. Toothless flies brutally with Astrid and Hiccup!

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