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((A HTTYD roleplay and appreciation blog.))

Two years ago, I changed my whole tribe's way of living. We went from killing dragons to riding them. I gained not only the admiration and acceptance of my tribe, but a best friend. The end of the war and the beginning of an era of Vikings on the backs of dragons gave us a lot more freedom.
I used that freedom to explore new islands. But one day I went too far. I'm not on Berk anymore. I'm not even in the same world. Somehow, Toothless and I have become lost in time.

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hello-em75:

Okay, so I was looking through my little sister’s magazines and other things( like any good sister does) and I came across this wonderful thing! (I’m pretty sure I was screaming) So I naturally took it from her and hung it up in my room! What do y’all think?

haddockofberk:

catcoconut:

I like reading the tags people wrote in response to my hiccstrid piece and some people had really cute head canons. I doodled one of my favorite ones: Valka teaching Hiccup how to dance!

Oh my god, this is so cute, yes I accept this headcanon 150%. 

harteus:

aaah… well. i’m not exactly good at explaining things. just look at my million examples instead. )——:

kingofthewilderwest:

Sorry not sorry.

djolteon:

I just saw HTTYD 2 today! It was awesome!!! full version here

shield-maiden-for-christ:

I noticed something in HTTYD2…

During the “Where no one goes” scene where Hiccup and Toothless are flying, Hiccup spreads his arms out wide exactly like Valka when she says “This is what it is to be a Dragon”. They both know that “to be a dragon” is to be free, a freedom that can only begin to be expressed by spreading your arms and simply enjoying the sensation of flying and being alive. I love the visual parallel between mother and son, to further express how similar they are to each other, but also how similar they are to the dragons they love

weridethem:

Something that I noticed:

You have to look really closely, but you can see that Hiccup and Astrid there, yeah, they’re just looking at the flames and stuff and, whoop, Hiccup just casually, without looking down, just takes Astrid’s hand. I know some have noticed that they are holding hands, but I just noticed that Hiccup takes it and I just, I don’t know, I’m just a big Hiccstrid shipping goofball. Hand-holding makes me squee.

elfpen:

You Awake Yet?

"Hic?"

"No."

"But it’s Saturday!"

"Exactly."

"Come on, you’ve been sleeping all night."

"Not with those stupid glowing stars of yours. Why do you keep those, anyway?"

"Why do you have a stuffed salamander doll?"

"It’s not a salamander, and it’s not a doll. My mom gave it to me."

"Awwwwwwww,"

"Stuff it, Frosty."

"Not until you get your ass out of bed, Stumpy."

"I really, really, really hate you, you know.”

"Aww, I love you too, man."

Prompt fulfillment for snowcaines, who won 2nd prize in my giveaway! She gave me a lot of really cool prompts to choose from, but the one I chose was Hiccup and Jack Frost as college roommates. 

trying-to-resonate-concrete:

"I would have preferred this writer explore these ideas" is an opinion.

"This writer has trouble with certain aspects of story-telling" is a criticism.

"This writer sucks and is talentless" is a mean-spirited insult.

"This writer should die" is a vile, shitty thing for which there is no excuse for saying.

Please learn the difference and please don’t pretend you’re doing one of the two former when you’re doing one of the two latter.

kingofthewilderwest:

A Night Fury never misses.

* bitter laugh *

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