Who did the art for how do you train your dragon?
Nicolas Marlet and Simon Otto seem to be the lead character designers responsible for the concept art of the dragons and vikings, although a good amount of designs are actually from Nicolas Marlet. There's a wide range of wackiness and creativity to the drawings. via
What age is how do you train your dragon books for?
Written by the iconic author Cressida Cowell, a champion in her own right for children's literature, The How to Train Your Dragon books are an absolute must-have for young readers. The How to Train Your Dragon books are brilliant for 8-to-10-year-olds to read on their own or to read aloud to kids aged from about 6 up. via
Is Httyd based on a book?
How to Train Your Dragon (HTTYD) is an American media franchise from DreamWorks Animation and loosely based on the eponymous series of children's books by British author Cressida Cowell. After the two seasons on CN, the series was given the new title Dragons: Race to the Edge. via
What is toothless's real name?
Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III
Hiccup is Toothless' rider and best friend. via
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Is Toothless the Alpha?
While Toothless certainly gained stature, he hasn't been an Alpha since 1. Here's a excerpt from Hiccup and Valka's conversation: Valka: In the home of the great Bewilderbeast. The alpha species. via
How old is hiccup in the hidden world?
He is 15 years old in the first film, Dragons: Riders of Berk and possibly 16 by the end of Dragons: Defenders of Berk, 18 to 20 years old in Dragons: Race to the Edge, 20 years old in How to Train Your Dragon 2, 21 years old in How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, and 30 in the epilogue and Homecoming. via
Is Toothless a Seadragonus Giganticus Maximus?
Toothless is a young Seadragonus Giganticus Maximus, although it was originally believed that he was a Common or Garden Dragon. via
Does Astrid exist in books?
Astrid does not exist.
Astrid is not present at all in the How To Train Your Dragon books. Many believe she takes the place of the book character Camicazi: a young warrior from an all female tribe. She plays a similar role to Astrid's in the film, often encouraging Hiccup to follow his instincts. via
Does Hiccup lose his leg in the book?
So, peg leg! Hiccup explaining to Valka why he got his metal leg. Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III has a peg leg, due to him losing the lower half of his left leg in the battle against the Red Death. via
How did Gobber lose his hand?
In the course of Berk's long wars with the dragons, Gobber lost his left hand and right leg in battle with the creatures (the picture is reversed). He has managed to replace his missing limbs with a variety of metal prostheses of his own design and creation. via
What is Toothless girlfriend called?
This is the page for the character. You may be looking for the species. This unnamed Light Fury is a female Light Fury and Toothless' mate who first appeared in How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World. via
Why is Toothless the only Night Fury?
The Night Fury is a dragon species from How to train your dragon with only a single remaining specimen, a male called Toothless. Night Furies are also the rarest of all dragons; They have been hunted by the dreaded Viking warlord Grimmel the Grisly to near-extinction. Only Toothless remains the last of his kind. via
Why did Toothless lose his tail?
After retrieving Hiccup's helmet, Toothless destroyed the tail preferring to fly with Hiccup then on his own. via
Is Toothless a titan wing?
Toothless's so called "Alpha Mode" is a mode he achieved by challenging Drago's Bewilderbeast, who at the time was the Alpha dragon. It is even stated on the Night Fury's wiki that it's still unknown if this ability is unique to Toothless as the Alpha dragon or is simply a state of a Night Fury Titan Wing. via
Is Dart a girl?
Dart shares most of her physique with her father while carrying several traits from her mother. The only female among the siblings, she has black as her predominant body color, while the medial and posterior areas are white, faintly tinged in pink. via