Modern HTTYD - Chapter 2 Episode 1Modern HTTYD - Chapter 2 by xRockAttitude
‘If he keeps growing like this, he won’t be able to stay in your room at the end of the month,’ Wrinkley said to Hiccup, who was holding the little dragon in his arms. Toothless had grown remarkably fast, being almost twice his size in one week. The idea of him being out of his sight was giving Hiccup an uncomfortable feeling.
He took Toothless in both his hands, and held him in front of his face, looking in his eyes. ‘Stop growing, buddy!’ he said, though he knew the exact size Toothless would grow into. It was always clear to him that he had to hide Toothless from the village, but outside of the house. Or he had to reveal his secret, and risking the whole village chasing Toothless for being a thread. Hiccup shivered, especially when he noticed Toothless was keeping him in a hypnotic gaze with his big yellow eyes. Maybe two minutes they stood there, staring at each other, but then Toothless opened his mouth, and licked Hiccups
Modern HTTYDModern How to train your dragonModern HTTYD by xRockAttitude
The legend said that once there was a friendship formed between a dragon and a teenage human boy. Who they were, and when they lived, that remained a mystery, and most people stopped believing in them over the ages.
Still, in Berk, a village that was situated on an island, separated from other cities, the legends continued to be told; If not by parents or grandparents, by teachers. Still, the amount of people that stopped believing in dragons grew every day, until now in modern society, where one might tell the tale as a bedtime story.
However, in Berk public school, the children were still educated in local history, which often brought up the dragon-topic. The teacher for that class was Gobber, a bold, medium-sized, quite fat man with an enormous chin and a blonde mustache that was too long to be taken seriously. He also had an attitude, and always wanted to be right in everything.
Gobber believed in dragons with his life; onc
A Viking in New RomeWhen a man is cursed with the impossible combination of immortality and humanity, sooner or later he's going to run into a few demigods.A Viking in New Rome by AvannaK
A PJO/HTTYD drabble.
Percy cringed. He froze mid-step with his foot hovering inches over the Pomerian Line circling New Rome’s city.
Terminus had literally just materialized in front of him in a sudden, sulfurous pop of yellow smoke that left the demigod's lungs burning. The statue looked much like he always did: armless, stone curls wound tight against his head, and a disapproving scowl on his face.
Percy gingerly put his weight back outside the city safe zone.
“Sorry,” he muttered and immediately reached into his pocket for Riptide. He could hear Frank and Hazel rustle behind him for their own weapons. Percy cast an apologetic look back to the man they were supposed to be escorting into the city and gestured with a no
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