dragons: dawn of the dragon racers

The HTTYD Franchise...
  1. How To Train Your Dragon
  2. Legend Of The Boneknapper Dragon (Short)
  3. Gift Of The Night Fury (Short)
  4. Book Of Dragons (Short)
  5. Sports - Bobsled
  6. Sports - Medal Ceremony
  7. Sports - Ski Jump
  8. Sports - Speed Skating
  9. Sports - Snowboarding
  10. Training - Deadly Nadder
  11. Training - Gronckle
  12. Training - Monstrous Nightmare
  13. Training - Hideous Zippleback
  14. Training - Night Fury
  15. Training - Terrible Terror
  16. Popcorn Ad
  17. How To Start A Dragon Academy (R.O.B)
  18. Viking For Hire (R.O.B)
  19. Animal House (R.O.B)
  20. The Terrible Twos (R.O.B)
  21. In Dragons We Trust (R.O.B)
  22. Alvin And The Outcasts (R.O.B)
  23. How To Pick Your Dragon (R.O.B)
  24. Portrait Of Hiccup As A Buff Man (R.O.B)
  25. Dragon Flower (R.O.B)
  26. Heather Report Part 1 (R.O.B)
  27. Heather Report Part 2 (R.O.B)
  28. Thawfest (R.O.B)
  29. When Lightning Strikes (R.O.B)
  30. What Flies Beneath (R.O.B)
  31. Twinsanity (R.O.B)
  32. Defiant One (R.O.B)
  33. Breakneck Bog (R.O.B)
  34. Gem Of A Different Colour (R.O.B)
  35. We Are Family Part One (R.O.B)
  36. We Are Family Part Two (R.O.B)
  37. Live And Let Fly (D.O.B)
  38. The Iron Gronckle (D.O.B)
  39. The Night And The Fury (D.O.B) 
  40. Tunnel Vision (D.O.B)
  41. Race To Fireworm Island (D.O.B)
  42. Fright Of Passage (D.O.B)
  43. Worst In Show (D.O.B)
  44. Appetite For Destruction (D.O.B)
  45. Zippleback Down (D.O.B)
  46. View To A Skrill Part 1 (D.O.B)
  47. View To A Skrill Part 2 (D.O.B)
  48. The Flight Stuff (D.O.B)
  49. Free Scauldy (D.O.B)
  50. Frozen b
  51. A Tale Of Two Dragons (D.O.B)
  52. The Eel Effect (D.O.B)
  53. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes (D.O.B)
  54. Bing, Bam, Boom (D.O.B)
  55. Cast Out Part 1 (D.O.B)
  56. Cast Out Part 2 (D.O.B)
  57. Dragon Eye Of The Beholder Part 1 (RTTE S1)
  58. Dragon Eye Of The Beholder Part 2 (RTTE S1)
  59. Imperfect Harmony (RTTE S1)
  60. When Darkness Falls (RTTE S1)
  61. Big Man On Berk (RTTE S1)
  62. Gone Gustav Gone (RTTE S1)
  63. Reign Of Fireworms (RTTE S1)
  64. Crushing It (RTTE S1)
  65. Quake, Rattle And Roll (RTTE S1)
  66. Have Dragon Will Travel Part 1 (RTTE S1)
  67. Have Dragon Will Travel Part 2 (RTTE S1)
  68. The Next Big Sting (RTTE S1)
  69. Total Nightmare (RTTE S1)
  70. Team Astrid (RTTE S2)
  71. Night Of The Hunters Part 1 (RTTE S2)
  72. Night Of The Hunters Part 2 (RTTE S2)
  73. Bad Moon Rising (RTTE S2)
  74. Snotlout Gets The Axe (RTTE S2)
  75. The Zippleback Experience (RTTE S2)
  76. Snow Way Out (RTTE S2)
  77. Edge Of Disaster Part 1 (RTTE S2)
  78. Edge Of Disaster Part 2 (RTTE S2)
  79. Shock And Awe (RTTE S2)
  80. A Time To Skrill (RTTE S2)
  81. Maces And Talons Part 1 (RTTE S2)
  82. Maces And Talons Part 2 (RTTE S2)
  83. Enemy Of My Enemy (RTTE S3)
  84. Crash Course (RTTE S3)
  85. Follow The Leader (RTTE S3)
  86. Turn And Burn (RTTE S3)
  87. Buffalord Soldier (RTTE S3)
  88. A Grim Retreat (RTTE S3)
  89. To Heather Or Not To Heather (RTTE S3)
  90. Stryke Out (RTTE S3)
  91. Tone Death (RTTE S3)
  92. Between A Rock And A Hard Place (RTTE S3)
  93. Family On The Edge (RTTE S3)
  94. Last Auction Heroes (RTTE S3)
  95. Defenders Of The Wing Part 1 (RTTE S3)
  96. Defenders Of The Wing Part 2 (Season 4)
  97. TBA (RTTE S4)
  98. TBA (RTTE S4)
  99. TBA (RTTE S4)
  100. TBA (RTTE S4)
  101. TBA (RTTE S4)
  102. TBA (RTTE S4)
  103. TBA (RTTE S4)
  104. TBA (RTTE S4)
  105. TBA (RTTE S4)
  106. TBA (RTTE S4)
  107. TBA (RTTE S4)
  108. TBA (RTTE S4)
  109. TBA (RTTE S4)
  110. TBA (RTTE S5) - Season 5
  111. TBA (RTTE S5)
  112. TBA (RTTE S5)
  113. TBA (RTTE S5)
  114. TBA (RTTE S5)
  115. TBA (RTTE S5)
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  120. TBA (RTTE S5)
  121. TBA (RTTE S5)
  122. TBA (RTTE S5)
  123. TBA (RTTE S6) - Season 6
  124. TBA (RTTE S6)
  125. TBA (RTTE S6)
  126. TBA (RTTE S6)
  127. TBA (RTTE S6)
  128. TBA (RTTE S6)
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  132. TBA (RTTE S6)
  133. TBA (RTTE S6)
  134. TBA (RTTE S6)
  135. TBA (RTTE S6)
  136. Dawn of the Dragon Racers (Short)
  137.  How To Train Your Dragon 2
  138. . How To Train Your Dragon 3


Wow!!! how lucky are we to have so many parts to this franchise!!! We will have 3 Movies, 4 Short films, 12 short clips and 118 episodes!!!

 That is a total of 138 parts to HTTYD!!!! 

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This is from Dawn of the Dragon Racers and like, it’s right at the beginning of the race towards the end of the episode. 

It’s better when you see it play out because the nine of them (dragon and rider inclusive) do this amazing midair flip/turn movie (I guess it’s kinda like a U-Turn???) IN UNISON.

They’re literally in competition rn and their formation flying is on point. In RTTE S4 Mala talks about Hiccup and Toothless flying in perfect harmony (and how magical it is)… well, definitely applies to the gang (and also their dragons)

It’s gorgeous.

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“Teams.”
“What do you mean ‘Teams’?”
“We should have teams.”
“Really? And how do you propose we pick these teams?”
“We already did. Me and the Twins against you, Astrid, and Fishface.”
“We even have a name.”
“Snotnuts.”
“Wow, how did I not think of that first?”
“I think that’s pretty obvious, we’re sort of the more creative element of the group.”
“This is gonna be too easy.”

- HTTYD Quote of the Day

anonymous asked:

You're obviously an expert so I want to ask this, between the shorts (all of em) and rob/dob, what is the correct order in the timeline? Im honestly confused. Esp GOTNF and the series.

An expert? <3 Aw, thank you so much!

So I’ve made a timeline and explanation post before, but I’m actually going to change some of my answers based upon conversations I’ve had with other great fans, as well as adding new observations I’ve made since that last post. Let’s erase the old answers I gave (you can look them up on my analyses page if you really want to) and I’ll put up something new and (hopefully) more accurate. As always, I’m happy to hear other discussions and thoughts about timeline placement because it’s sometimes a little messy and easy to overlook things in the DreamWorks Dragons fandom.

The way I try to date events in How to Train Your Dragon is by matching internal consistencies (Do the dragon riders know about exploded eggs yet? When does Hiccup quit using his first flight harness?) and by trying to observe the passing of the seasons. It is true that Berk “snows nine months of the year,” which makes it a little challenging to place seasons, but there are times characters make comments about an “early storm” or the “start of spring.” These are extremely helpful. Lastly, to date Hiccup’s age, I will look at the weather and guess whether or not it is after February 29, which is Hiccup’s birthday in the books and might as well be in the movie!verse, too.

I will give a quick rundown and then go through explaining each timeline placement more thoroughly:

  • How to Train Your Dragon 2 (flashbacks)
  • How to Train Your Dragon / How to Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular
  • Legend of the Boneknapper Dragon
  • Book of Dragons
  • Gift of the Night Fury
  • DreamWorks Dragons: Riders of Berk (Episodes 1-12)
  • Riders of Berk graphic novel 1
  • DreamWorks Dragons: Riders of Berk (Episodes 13-18)
  • Wild Skies
  • DreamWorks Dragons: Riders of Berk (Episodes 19-20)
  • Defenders of Berk (Episodes 1-13)
  • Riders of Berk graphic novels 2-6
  • School of Dragons
  • DreamWorks Dragons: Defenders of Berk (Episodes 14-20)
  • Dawn of the Dragon Racers (flashback)
  • Dawn of the Dragon Racers
  • DreamWorks Dragons: Race to the Edge
  • How to Train Your Dragon 2
  • Rise of Berk
  • How to Train Your Dragon 3

Oh and if anyone needs a list of canon materials to make sense of this timeline, here you go.

How to Train Your Dragon 2 (flashbacks)
Season: Summer
Hiccup’s age: 6 months

I am no expert on babies at all and have not even held one in my entire life; the only thing I know, as a linguist, is their speech milestones. Hiccup might be about six months old given that he’s doing some laughing and giggling and babbling but not showing any complicated reduplications yet. He’s showing some signs of fear but they’re not coming quickly, which I think happens about six months old. At any rate, Hiccup is an infant, and these flashbacks take place about twenty years ago.

How to Train Your Dragon
Season: Summer
Hiccup’s age: 15

The first movie is the pretty obvious starter of the franchise, aside from flashbacks. Hiccup states that How to Train Your Dragon 2 takes place five years after the events of the first movie. Since Gobber explicitly says Hiccup’s age is twenty in the second movie, we can subtract five years and know that Hiccup is fifteen.

I am guessing that the first movie takes place sometime around the summer. The weather is nice and green. The skies are often overcast, but that looks like it’s rain and hail they’re getting, not snow. The summer is progressing along quickly enough that Stoick is preoccupied about getting enough food before the weather turns worse, pointing out to Hiccup he has to feed his village.

This means that, if HTTYD is in the summer, Hiccup has only been fifteen years old for a few months.

Legend of the Boneknapper Dragon
Season: Early fall
Hiccup’s age: 15

The idea for placing Legend of the Boneknapper Dragon comes from treepelt, who pointed out Hiccup wears his first flight harness here, so it is unlikely this is during later times like Riders of Berk where he quits using that flight suit. I think that Legend of the Boneknapper Dragon takes place fairly quickly after the events of How to Train Your Dragon. The Hooligans are good enough at riding dragons that they can use it to put out a fire, but they are not inundating the homes and streets of Berk as they do by Gift of the Night Fury. It is true the opening takes place during the night, so we might not be seeing as many dragons for that reason alone, but it seems like the Hairy Hooligans have forged a closer bond with the dragons by LOTBD. At least my impression is the dragons are being useful but they’re not at the cuddly pet stage for some people yet.

If Legend of the Boneknapper Dragon does not take place long after the first movie, then the time is probably about early fall. The movie shorts that take place after it also influence what season it can be. I will talk about them below.

Book of Dragons
Season: Early fall
Hiccup’s age: 15

It makes the most sense if Book of Dragons takes place between LOTBD and GOTNF because of the amount of dragon knowledge Hiccup and his companions share. They know some general tips about how to train dragons because they’ve started training them. They even talk a bit about the Boneknapper. While the Boneknapper is in the Dragon Manual in HTTYD, Hiccup does not believe it exists until after LOTBD, indicating that Book of Dragons happens after that short.

Fishlegs makes no comment about Meatlug’s gender, meaning he might think Meatlug is still a male. And since the youths make no comment about the eggs exploding when they talk about the five stages of dragon growth, it seems they do not know. In fact, the animation only shows an egg breaking in half… not exploding as the youths later find out dragons do. This suggests BOD takes place before GOTNF.

Gift of the Night Fury
Season: Late fall
Hiccup’s age: 15

People who have followed me a while will notice I’m placing GOTNF in a very different place than I have put it before. On my FAQ page I have given a long explanation of GOTNF placement options and their pros and cons, which I will paste in part here. Note that GOTNF is probably one of the most difficult-to-place media in the entire franchise, so I am not too extremely caught up or preoccupied with where it must be.

Snoggletog is a holiday that occurs during the cold months, but since Hiccup states Berk “snows nine months out of the year and hails the other three,” we can easily plop Snoggletog anywhere between September and May. Most fans’ intuitions are that Snoggletog occurs in late December because it is reminiscent of Christmas. Technically Hiccup lives in a pre-Christian society, so any similarities between Snoggletog and Christmas are “incidental,” meaning we do not have to technically date Snoggletog as a December holiday.

We would have to do that if we go with this option of placing Gift of the Night Fury before the events of Riders of Berk because Riders of the Berk begins in autumn (I will discuss that later). This means Snoggletog would probably be in September if we want to insert it in between HTTYD and ROB. It is not an intuitive placement and might make people uncomfortable if they want to give Snoggletog a December date. But this is what you would have to do if you want GOTNF to take place before ROB.

And we really want to put GOTNF before ROB because otherwise there is a very strong canonical error. In Gift of the Night Fury, Fishlegs learns that his dragon is female. In the very first episodes of Riders of Berk, Fishlegs already knows Meatlug is a female.

Of course it’s not that easy. More difficulty with this placement I’m suggesting is that the Hairy Hooligan tribe’s disposition toward dragons is one where everyone is very comfortable with dragons in their homes. They appear to be able to train them and interact with them peacefully. This suggests some time has passed and that this occurs after the chaos of the first Riders of Berk episode. The Vikings are still only barely forming bonds with their dragons at the start of ROB and even are willing to shoo the dragons off the island.

Still, this can be reconcilable and is not an explicit canon error like the Meatlug gender issue. We can talk about the fickle disposition of humans toward dragons in the early stage, where in GOTNF they are at a loving high, while at the start of ROB they are a little more fed up. This sort of swing of opinions is very frequent in the Hooligans and happens several times during ROB anyway.

I once thought that Snoggletog is supposed to canonically take place a year after HTTYD and thought that the makers said so themselves. However, at this current time, I can locate no explicit text, twitter, or confirmation for this from any official source or name. So it can be disregarded as bogus unless anyone brings up real solid proof otherwise. It makes more sense (at least to me) for GOTNF to be here than for it to take place a year or two later. I will briefly mention alternate locations for GOTNF as this timeline continues, though.

Riders of Berk (Episodes 1-12)
Season: Fall to spring
Hiccup’s age: 15-16

Riders of Berk is wonderfully easy to date. Several episodes make references to seasons that allow us to track Hiccup’s life. In the early episode “Animal House,” Stoick comments that they are experiencing an early storm, which means that this is probably early autumn. The episode “Thawfest” is all about the Vikings having a competition when the snows thaw - which would be about spring. This means Hiccup’s February birthday passes during the events of Riders of Berk.

Note that because winter passes, we could also try to date Gift of the Night Fury here, though it runs into the problems I already discussed. The one really intuitive thing about this placement is it lets us locate Snoggletog in December rather than some weird autumn month.

Riders of Berk: Dragon Down
Season: Early spring
Hiccup’s age: 16

The first Riders of Berk graphic novel takes during ROB events. Alvin the Treacherous has become Hiccup’s main enemy and gives the youths some trouble in the first comic, “Dragon Down.” Wonderfully, one of the very first pages of the comic also gives us a season; Hiccup says, “Spring is in the air for sure.” This means that “Dragon Down” takes place around the same time as “Thawfest.”

Note that this comic cannot take place a year after “Thawfest” and Riders of Berk because, by that point in time, Alvin and Stoick have made peace, and the Outcasts are no longer an immediate threat to Berk.

Riders of Berk (Episodes 13-18)
Season: Spring to summer
Hiccup’s age: 16

It is only logical to assume that Riders of Berk sails forward smoothly chronologically. I am putting somewhat arbitrary seasons here. We can assume we are continuing through the spring… and that it goes to… whenever. It’s probably summer or autumn.

Wild Skies
Hiccup’s age: 16

No one really talks about the game Wild Skies, but I figure I might as well. The trainable dragons in this game are the Deadly Nadder, Gronckle, Hideous Zippleback, Monstrous Nightmare, Night Fury, Scauldron, Typhoomerang, Whispering Death, Smothering Smokebreath, and Changewing. With this list of dragons, we can assume that the first eighteen episodes of Riders of Berk have taken place and Hiccup knows first-hand about dragons like Smothering Smokebreaths and Changewings.

Riders of Berk (Episodes 19-20)
Season: Summer
Hiccup’s age: 16

We are still just moseying forward with ROB events in the order they are aired. We finally get to finish the season here. I am not sure what the season is for “We Are Family,” but I am just putting “Summer” as a placeholder.

Defenders of Berk (Episode 1-13)
Season: Summer to fall
Hiccup’s age: 16

The events of the first episode of Defenders of Berk, “Live and Let Fly,” show the immediate aftermath of what happens in the Riders of Berk season finale. It makes complete and utter sense for events to be only a few days after the last ROB episode “We Are Family.”

However, the next episode, “Gronckle Iron,” seems to be a little further down the road. Snoggletog is approaching according to a comment Gobber makes. This makes it around autumn. 

After this episode is a technical third placement for Gift of the Night Fury, but it’s even more problematic than the other placements.

Riders of Berk: Dangers in the Deep
Season: Late fall
Hiccup’s age: 16

Yet again we have someone comment about the seasons in the graphic novels. They are wonderful like that. A worried Viking remarks that winter is approaching in the earlier pages of the graphic novels.

Riders of Berk: The Ice Castle and The Stowaway
Season: Winter
Hiccup’s age: 16

The characters comment it is wintertime in the third comic, so wintertime it is.

The third comic, “The Ice Castle,” cannot take place a year later than where I have dated it; it must occur around Defenders of Berk times. In this comic, after all, Arngrim Dammen estimates that Stormfly is two years old. Assuming he is right, this means mathematically that Stormfly was about a year old in How to Train Your Dragon. So making the events of “The Ice Castle” happen a year later than where I’m placing it would make Stormfly too young to be a full-grown adult by the first movie… if indeed she would have been born at all.

The fourth comic also cannot take place a year later because, as I explained with book #1, the Outcasts are still a problem and threat to the Hooligans.

Apologies to people for not placing the fifth comic “Ragnarok,” but I haven’t purchased or read it yet!

School of Dragons
Hiccup’s age: 16/20

I talk a bit about School of Dragon’s placement here and about how I constitute “canon” in the HTTYD franchise. For SOD, many of the storyline arcs take place nicely during Defenders of Berk times. The dragon riders we see look like they do in HTTYD 2, yet once they were animated younger, and the fact that Stoick still has Thornado and things like that makes the stories more place-able towards an earlier timeline.

Defenders of Berk (Episodes 14-20)
Season: Winter
Hiccup’s age: 16

The fourteenth episode of Defenders of Berk is “Frozen,” during which an ice bridge forms and leads the Speed Stingers to Berk. This suggests “Frozen” takes place during the heart of winter.

Dawn of the Dragon Racers (flashback)
Season: Spring
Hiccup’s age: 17

You might have seen my separate post here about where to date the DOTDR flashback. As I said in that post, we do not know Hiccup’s age, but this appears to be one of the first times ever Stoick leaves Hiccup in charge as acting chief. I am guessing that since the Regatta would need fair weather, it is in the spring and Hiccup has just turned seventeen. He must be about to hit his growth spurt. Note that Dragon Racing does not occur in either ROB or DOB, suggesting it has not been invented yet and that DOTDR occurs after the second season of Dragons. And as httydgirl1992 points out, Silent Sven very obviously broke his silence in the last episode of DOB, and now he is talking even in the Dawn of the Dragon Racers flashback. DOTDR continues the timeline after the second season of the television series.

Dawn of the Dragon Racers
Hiccup’s age: 18

Hiccup is probably about eighteen and a half years old. I believe that this takes place before RTTE because Hiccup is not much taller than Astrid and he still has his old prosthetic. He is in fact a little taller in RTTE than he is in DOTDR.

Race to the Edge
Hiccup’s age: 19

Race to the Edge takes place around three years after the events of Riders and Defenders of Berk, as several characters comment in their dialogue. RTTE is supposed to happen about a year and a half to a year before HTTYD 2, making the youths around eighteen and nineteen years old. I have not thoroughly checked the dialogue for hints on seasons throughout the episodes and will probably only do that once more episodes have been released, anyway.

All episodes from seasons three and four of DreamWorks Dragons will take place before How to Train Your Dragon 2.

How to Train Your Dragon 2
Season: Fall
Hiccup’s age: 20

Many trees around Itchy Armit have goldish or yellowish leaves, suggesting that we have entered the fall. And Gobber himself remarks straightforwardly that Hiccup is twenty years old.

Rise of Berk
Hiccup’s age: 20

The game Rise of Berk includes events from How to Train Your Dragon 2 and then continues to the aftermath. It shows Hiccup’s first days of being chief, making it take place directly after HTTYD 2.

How to Train Your Dragon 3
TBD

How to Train Your Dragon books 1-12
Separate timeline than the DreamWorks franchise

International Voices of Hiccup (Updated #3)

This is my third update in my search to find the names of all Hiccup’s foreign voice actors. I’m so close, yet so far. If anyone would be able to help me, it would all be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

How to Train Your Dragon (2010) / HTTYD
Albanian : Julian Canameti
Arabic : Ziad El-Sharif / زياد الشريف
Brazilian : Gustavo Pereira
Bulgarian : Ivan Petkov / Иван Петков
Cantonese : Bobby/Juno Mak / Maak Zeon Lung / 麥允然
Castilian : Álvaro De Juan
Catalan : Víctor Gómez
Croatian : Mitja Smiljanić
Czech : Matouš Ruml
Danish : Robert Hansen
Dutch : Patrick Martens
English : Jay Baruchel
Estonian : Mikk Jürjens
Finnish : Aksu Palmén
Flemish : Timo Descamps
French : Donald Reignoux
German : Daniel Axt
Greek : Vangélis Evangélou / Βαγγέλης Ευαγγέλου
Hebrew : Niv Petel / ניב פטל
Hindi : Yudhavir Dahiya / युधवीर दहिया
Hungarian : Hamvas Dániel
Icelandic : Sturla Sighvatsson
Indonesian (201?) : ?
Italian : Flavio Aquilone
Japanese : Taya Hayato / 田谷隼
Karachay-Balkar : Butalany Soltan / Буталаны Солтан
Korean : O Seung-Yoon / 오승윤
Latin Spanish : Eleazar Gómez
Latvian : Edgars Kaufelds
Lithuanian : Daumantas Ciunis
Malay (201?) : ?
Mandarin : Hank Chen / Chén Hàn Diǎn / 陳漢典
Norwegian : Alexander Rybak
Persian (2012) : ?
Polish : Mateusz Damięcki
Portuguese : Fancisco Areosa
Quebec French : Xavier Dolan
Romanian : Cristian Neacșu
Russian : Andrei Aleksandrovich Lëvin / Андрей Александрович Лёвин
Sinhala (201?) : ?
Slovak : Daniel Fischer
Slovene : Primož Forte
Swedish : Jesper Adefelt
Tagalog (201?) : ?
Tamil : ?
Telugu : ?
Thai : Thawin Yaowapholkul / ธาวิน เยาวพลกุล
Turkish : Harun Can
Ukrainian : Pavlo Skorokhod'ko / Павло Скороходько

DreamWorks Dragons : Legend of the Boneknapper Dragon (2010) / LOTBD
Albanian (?)
Brazilian : Gustavo Pereira
Bulgarian (?)
Cantonese (?)
Castilian : Álvaro De Juan
Catalan (?)
Danish : Robert Hansen
Dutch : ???
English : Jay Baruchel
Finnish : Aksu Palmén
Flemish (?)
French : Donald Reignoux
German : Daniel Axt
Greek (?)
Hebrew (?)
Hindi (?)
Hungarian : Hamvas Dániel
Icelandic (?)
Indonesian (?)
Italian : Flavio Aquilone
Japanese : Taya Hayato / 田谷隼
Korean (?)
Latin Spanish : Eleazar Gómez
Malay (?)
Mandarin (?)
Norwegian : Alexander Rybak
Polish : Grzegorz Drojewski
Portuguese : Francisco Areosa
Romanian (?)
Russian : Andrei Aleksandrovich Lëvin / Андрей Александрович Лёвин
Slovak : Daniel Fischer
Slovene (?)
Swedish : Jesper Adefelt
Tagalog (?)
Tamil (?)
Telugu (?)
Thai (?)
Turkish : Harun Can
Ukrainian : Pavlo Skorokhod'ko / Павло Скороходько

DreamWorks Dragons : The Gift of the Night Fury (2011) / GOTNF
Albanian (?)
Brazilian : Gustavo Pereira
Bulgarian (?)
Cantonese (?)
Castilian : Álvaro De Juan
Catalan (?)
Danish : Robert Hansen
Dutch (?)
English : Jay Baruchel
Finnish : Aksu Palmén
Flemish (?)
French : Donald Reignoux
German : Daniel Axt
Greek (?)
Hebrew (?)
Hindi (?)
Hungarian : Hamvas Dániel
Icelandic (?)
Indonesian (?)
Italian : Flavio Aquilone
Japanese : Taya Hayato / 田谷隼
Korean (?)
Latin Spanish : Eduardo Ramírez
Malay (?)
Mandarin (?)
Norwegian : Alexander Rybak
Polish : Grzegorz Drojewski
Portuguese : Francisco Areosa
Quebec French : Xavier Dolan
Romanian (?)
Russian : Andrei Aleksandrovich Lëvin / Андрей Александрович Лёвин
Slovak : Daniel Fischer
Slovene (?)
Swedish : Jesper Adefelt
Tagalog (?)
Tamil (?)
Telugu (?)
Thai (?)
Turkish : Harun Can
Ukrainian : Pavlo Skorokhod'ko / Павло Скороходько

DreamWorks Dragons : Book of Dragons (2011) / BOD
Albanian (?)
Brazilian : Gustavo Pereira
Bulgarian (?)
Cantonese (?)
Castilian : Álvaro De Juan
Catalan (?)
Croatian (?)
Czech (?)
Danish : Robert Hansen
Dutch (?)
English : Jay Baruchel
Finnish : Aksu Palmén
Flemish (?)
French : Donald Reignoux
German : Daniel Axt
Greek (?)
Hebrew (?)
Hindi (?)
Hungarian : Hamvas Dániel
Icelandic (?)
Indonesian (?)
Italian : Flavio Aquilone
Japanese : Taya Hayato / 田谷隼
Korean (?)
Latin Spanish : Eduardo Ramírez
Malay (?)
Mandarin (?)
Norwegian : Alexander Rybak
Polish : Grzegorz Drojewski
Portuguese : Francisco Areosa
Quebec French : Xavier Dolan
Romanian (?)
Russian : Andrei Aleksandrovich Lëvin / Андрей Александрович Лёвин
Slovak : Daniel Fischer
Slovene (?)
Swedish : Jesper Adefelt
Tagalog (?)
Tamil (?)
Telugu (?)
Thai (?)
Turkish : Harun Can
Ukrainian : Pavlo Skorokhod'ko / Павло Скороходько

DreamWorks Dragons : Riders/Defenders of Berk (2012 - 2014) / ROB & DOB
(Presented by CN)
3 - 6 Dubbings Remain Uncredited
Albanian : Illir Muhametaj
Arabic : Karim al-Husini / كريم الحسيني
Brazilian : Gustavo Pereira
Bulgarian : Ivan Petkov / Иван Петков
Cantonese : Cheung Yu Tung / 張裕東
Castilian : Álvaro De Juan
Catalan : Víctor Gómez
Czech : Matouš Ruml (season 1), Viktor Dvořák (season 2)
Danish : Daniel Vognstrup Jørgensen
Dutch / Flemish : Boyan van der Heijden
English : Jay Baruchel
Finnish : Aksu Palmén
French / Quebec French : Donald Reignoux
German : Konrad Bösherz
Greek : Φοίβος Ριμένας/ Fivos Rimenas
Hebrew : Daniel Magon / דניאל מגון
Hindi : Amit Deondi / अमित दिोंदयी
Hungarian : Hamvas Dániel
Icelandic : Arnmundur Ernst Backman
Indonesian (?)
Italian : Flavio Aquilone
Japanese : Taya Hayato / 田谷隼
Korean : Sin Yong-U / 신용우
Latin Spanish : Arturo Casteñeda
Mandarin / Putonghua : Zhāng Yǔ Háo / 張宇豪
Malay : ?
Norwegian : Thomas Engeset
Polish : Grzegorz Drojewski
Portuguese : Fancisco Areosa
Romanian : Cristian Neacșu
Russian : Andrei Aleksandrovich Lëvin / Андрей Александрович Лёвин
Serbian : Marko Janketić / Марко Јанкетић
Sinhala : ?
Slovak : Frencien Bauer
Slovene : ?
Swedish : Jesper Adefelt
Tagalog (201?) : ?
Tamil (?)
Telugu (?)
Thai (Cartoon Network) : ?
Thai (TV 3) : Krin Aksorndee / กริน อักษรดี
Turkish : Harun Can
Ukrainian : Pavlo Skorokhod'ko / Павло Скороходько
Welsh : Owen Puw Williams

DreamWorks Dragons : Dawn of the Dragon Racers (2014) / DOTDR
Albanian (?)
Brazilian : Gustavo Pereira
Bulgarian (?)
Cantonese (?)
Castilian : Álvaro De Juan
Catalan (?)
Croatian (?)
Czech (?)
Danish : Daniel Vognstrup Jørgensen
Dutch : ???
English : Jay Baruchel
Estonian (?)
Finnish : Aksu Palmén
Flemish (?)
French : Donald Reignoux
German : Konrad Bösherz
Greek (?)
Hebrew (?)
Hungarian (?)
Icelandic (?)
Indonesian (?)
Italian : Flavio Aquilone
Japanese : Taya Hayato / 田谷隼
Korean (?)
Latin Spanish : Arturo Casteñada
Latvian (?)
Lithuanian (?)
Malay (?)
Mandarin (?)
Norwegian : Thomas Engeset
Polish : Grzegorz Drojewski
Portuguese : Francisco Areosa
Romanian (?)
Russian : Andrei Aleksandrovich Lëvin / Андрей Александрович Лёвин
Slovak (?)
Slovene (?)
Swedish : Jesper Adefelt
Tagalog (?)
Thai (?)
Turkish : Harun Can
Ukrainian : Pavlo Skorokhod'ko / Павло Скороходько

DreamWorks Dragons : Race To The Edge (2015 - ) / RTTE
(Presented by NETFLIX)
4 - 10 Dubbings Remain Uncredited
Arabic : Karim al-Husini / كريم الحسيني
Brazilian : Gustavo Pereira
Bulgarian : Ivan Petkov / Иван Петков (season 1), Martin Geraskov / Мартин Герасков (season 2)
Cantonese : ?
Castilian : Alvaro De Juan
Danish : Daniel Vognstrup Jørgensen
Dutch / Flemish : Boyan van der Heijden
English : Jay Baruchel
Finnish : Aksu Palmén
French / Quebec French : Donald Reignoux
German : Konrad Bösherz
Hebrew (?)
Hindi (?)
Hungarian : Hamvas Dániel
Icelandic (?)
Indonesian : ?
Italian : Flavio Aquilone
Japanese : Taya Hayato / 田谷隼
Korean : ?
Latin Spanish : Arturo Casteñeda
Malay (?)
Mandarin / Putonghua : ?
Norwegian : Thomas Engeset
Polish : Grzegorz Drojewski
Portuguese : Fancisco Areosa
Romanian : Cristian Neacșu
Russian : Andrei Aleksandrovich Lëvin / Андрей Александрович Лёвин
Swedish : Jesper Adefelt
Tagalog (2017) : ?
Tamil (?)
Telugu (?)
Thai : Krin Aksorndee / กริน อักษรดี
Turkish : Harun Can
Ukrainian : Pavlo Skorokhod'ko / Павло Скороходько

How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014) HTTYD 2
2 Dubbings Remain Uncredited
Albanian : Illir Muhametaj
Arabic : Karim al-Husini / كريم الحسيني
Brazilian : Gustavo Pereira
Bulgarian : Ivan Petkov / Иван Петков
Cantonese : Rattan Ho / Ho Sing Zeon / 何承駿
Castilian : Álvaro De Juan
Catalan : Víctor Gómez
Croatian : Mitja Smiljanić
Czech : Matouš Ruml
Danish : Robert Hansen
Dutch : Patrick Martens
English : Jay Baruchel
Estonian : Mikk Jürjens
Finnish : Aksu Palmén
Flemish : Timo Descamps
French : Donald Reignoux
German : Daniel Axt
Greek : Vangélis Evangélou / Βαγγέλης Ευαγγέλου
Hebrew : Niv Petel / ניב פטל
Hindi : Amit Deondi / अमित दिोंदयी
Hungarian : Hamvas Dániel
Icelandic : Sturla Sighvatsson
Indonesian (2016) : ?
Italian : Flavio Aquilone
Japanese : Taya Hayato / 田谷隼
Korean : O Seung-Yoon / 오승윤
Latin Spanish : Eleazar Gómez
Latvian : Edgars Kaufelds
Lithuanian : Daumantas Ciunis
Malay : Mohd Hafiz Bin Mohd Suip
Mandarin : Hank Chen / Chén Hàn Diǎn / 陳漢典
Norwegian : Alexander Rybak
Persian : Amir Hossein Safayi / امیر حسین صفایی
Polish : Grzegorz Drojewski
Portuguese : Fancisco Areosa
Putonghua : Kenny Lin / Lín Gēng Xīn / 林更新
Quebec French : Xavier Dolan
Romanian : Cristian Neacșu
Russian : Andrei Aleksandrovich Lëvin / Андрей Александрович Лёвин
Serbian : Predag Vasić / Предаг Васић
Sinhala : ?
Slovak : Daniel Fischer
Slovene : Primož Forte
Tagalog (201?) : ?
Swedish : Jesper Adefelt
Tamil : Raghuvaran / ரகுவரன்
Telugu : Rajendra Kumar / రాజేంద్ర కుమార్
Thai : Krin Aksorndee / กริน อักษรดี
Turkish : Harun Can
Ukrainian : Pavlo Skorokhod'ko / Павло Скороходько
Vietnamese : Mai Hoàng Chung

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For HTTYD, I’m still missing the voices of the following:
Indonesian (201?) : ?
Malay (201?) : ?
Persian (2012) : ?
Sinhala : ?
Tagalog (201?) : ?
Tamil : ?
Telugu : ?

For LOTBD, I don’t know if the following are dubbed or who voices them:
Albanian (?)
Bulgarian (?)
Cantonese (?)
Catalan (?)
Dutch : ???
Flemish (?)
Greek (?)
Hebrew (?)
Hindi (?)
Icelandic (?)
Indonesian (?)
Korean (?)
Malay (?)
Mandarin (?)
Romanian (?)
Tagalog (?)
Tamil (?)
Telugu (?)
Thai (?)

For GOTNF, I don’t know if the following are dubbed or who voices them:
Albanian (?)
Bulgarian (?)
Cantonese (?)
Catalan (?)
Dutch : ???
Flemish (?)
Greek (?)
Hebrew (?)
Hindi (?)
Icelandic (?)
Indonesian (?)
Korean (?)
Malay (?)
Mandarin (?)
Romanian (?)
Tagalog (?)
Tamil (?)
Telugu (?)
Thai (?)

For BOD, I don’t know if the following are dubbed or who voices them:
Albanian (?)
Bulgarian (?)
Cantonese (?)
Catalan (?)
Dutch : ???
Flemish (?)
Greek (?)
Hebrew (?)
Hindi (?)
Icelandic (?)
Indonesian (?)
Korean (?)
Malay (?)
Mandarin (?)
Romanian (?)
Tagalog (?)
Tamil (?)
Telugu (?)
Thai (?)

For ROB & DOB, I don’t know if Indonesian, Tamil or Telugu are dubbed. The others are ones that do exist, but I can’t find the cast for:
Indonesian (?)
Malay : ?
Sinhala : ?
Slovene : ?
Tagalog (201?) : ?
Tamil (?)
Telugu (?)
Thai (Cartoon Network) : ?

DOTDR, I don’t know if the following are dubbed or who voices them:
Albanian (?)
Bulgarian (?)
Cantonese (?)
Catalan (?)
Dutch : ???
Flemish (?)
Greek (?)
Hebrew (?)
Hindi (?)
Icelandic (?)
Indonesian (?)
Korean (?)
Malay (?)
Mandarin (?)
Romanian (?)
Tagalog (?)
Tamil (?)
Telugu (?)
Thai (?)

For RTTE, I don’t know if Hebrew, Hindi, Icelandic, Malay, Tamil or Telugu are dubbed. The others are ones that do exist, but I can’t find the cast for:

Cantonese : ?
Hebrew (?)
Hindi (?)
Icelandic (?)
Indonesian : ?
Korean : ?
Malay (?)
Mandarin / Putonghua : ?
Tagalog (2017) : ?
Tamil (?)
Telugu (?)

For HTTYD 2, I’m still missing the voices of the following:
Indonesian (2016) : ?
Sinhala : ?
Tagalog (201?) : ?

Any help is greatly appreciated