The story of Dragons: Riders of Berk starts from the end of the movie How to Train Your Dragon. Now having the ability to fly and travel, the vikings get access to the vast Northern hemisphere. And on every such occasion, it falls upon Hiccup and his friends to work on a solution for the problems. And every time these accidents occur, it is up to Hiccup and his friends to resolve the conflicts. Apart from the human characters, the dragons are also highlight.
Along with Hiccup is Astrid, who is Hiccup's girl friend and the right-hand for the Dragon Academy, which trains young and old vikings to be dragon riders. The series is aired in Cartoon Network and each episode is aired for a total of 22 minutes. . Characters that were added to the series and were not in the original movie include Mulch, Bucket, Johann, Gothi, and Mildew, all of which are featured in different episodes. This is not taken lightly by the grumpier types among vikings who takes exception to their coexistence.
Following the events of How To Train Your Dragon, the Vikings of Berk and their former enemies, the dragons, are living together in peace, but this co-existence is not as harmonious as one may think. From the rare and deadly Night Fury to the monstrous Nightmare, Hiccup and his friends come across a diverse range of dragons with different characteristics as the storyline in the series progresses. The dragons, being the wild beasts they yet remain, unintentionally stir up trouble time and again, leading to the more grouchy types among the Vikings to take exception to their presence. In the film, Hiccup, the lead character voiced by Jay Baruchel, and his friends are seen riding their dragons across their village called Berk, which is a remote island inhabited by vikings. The series casts the original characters of the movie including Hiccup, the young, intellectual natural-born leader who happens to be the son of Stoick the Vast, the leader of the viking colony.
Dragons, being the untamed beasts that they naturally are, accidentally cause trouble time and again. In the series, the peaceful coexistence between dragons and vikings, which were former foes, have not been so peaceful as they'd think. . . . . .
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