Thoughts on the new ROB

Well, I very much liked this episode.  I’ll explain why.


-Great plot, cool idea with the stealing of the dragon eggs.

-Changewings are freaking awesome.  Enough said.

-Fishlegs/Meatlug friendship scenes.

-REALLY good Fishlegs development.  Like seriously, this was probably the best non-Hiccup-or-Toothless character development we’ve gotten.

-I really liked the whole Fishlegs standing up to Snotlout subplot.


-Fishlegs turns into a badass.

-Better animation quality than, well… most of the show, actually.


-Felt a little rushed in the middle, though it was so good I’m excusing it because it was probably just me and my bias towards 45-minute episodes.

-Every single subject we were planning on touching upon in WoB has now been addressed in RoB.  While I stand beside my insistance that we can still address Changewings and Hiccup’s mom, we’re definitely going to have to do it differently.

Overall, a GREAT episode.

Gem of a Different Color

During the recent Riders of Berk, Fishlegs just wanted to return the eggs to their mother’s. And every time he saw one it was like .

Put that egg back where it came from or so help me! So help me!

That and how Fishlegs looked like he was going to freaking break Snotlout in half about three times in the episode. Go Fishlegs. Bring out your Beserker side cause he’s a Beserker in the book series.

piece of stupidity before bed
  • (They're in Alicia's bedroom while Alana is in the backyard for archery practice)
  • Jeremy:Look, I know I'm overprotective, but I just don't want anything bad happening to you.
  • Alicia:I'm not a child anymore, I can take care of myself. Plus, with our location and you and Alana being here, I'm perfectly safe.
  • (Arrow comes in through window)
  • Jeremy:...Clearly.
  • Alicia:Say what you will about her archery talents--
  • Jeremy:What talents?
  • Alicia:*ignores him* The ways she misses are pretty impressive.
HTTYD- Riders of Berk

Last night's episode was pretty cool. Loved Fishlegs standing up to Snotlout.

The new dragon, Changewings, was very interesting. The way the eggs change colors and the way the adults can change their coloring to blend into their surroundings. I’m curious of the inter-workings of this. Anybody else curious of it?

Why are there so many characters in here?!

I paired them up for character interview things, and I have eleven files…

Stephanie: Well, we have six different timelines that we’re running…

Technically four–Timelines D through F all are just parts of one.

Stephanie: *shrugs* We’re still breaking it up in our stuff. And aren’t four of the characters technically only two?


Heh, I’m attempting to write a fantasy novel and world-building.


I may start doing random posts about it, and if I do, I’ll tag with “changewings” if you don’t give a crap about my writing.