toothless is so perfect

I’ve come to the conclusion that if you’re doing any kind of httyd AU, the dragons kind of…can’t be human?  not unless you want to change up their relationship with the “vikings”.  I mean, it’s not as though the dragons in canon are exactly…subservient, but at the same time there’s this feeling of “and now everyone has one!” that wouldn’t sit well with me were they, you know, human people.

so the conclusion would have to be just a simple “and now we’re all friends” instead of “and now we have augmented our society with the powers of these former enemies!!”  also, the whole “we’ve killed thousands of them” thing would be a lot harder to just gloss over.

anonymous asked:

I just noticed but as the sharp shooter it's also awesome that lance is hiccup because Hiccup shot down toothless!!!! and lance is an awesome shot so its just too perfect

yes!!!im happy some one else noticed this too! i honestly didn’t notice it when i first made the au and then it hit me and i was like woah…..

Tattooed Heart pt. 4

Okay Anon and marufics, here is the long awaited fourth part!! ovo

Part 1Part 2Part 3, Epilogue

“I can’t believe you were stupid enough to do that…”

Jack flinched as he felt Hiccup purposefully tighten the bandages on his arm. He shot him a glare, but became meek the moment he saw the angry look in Hiccup’s eyes. The freckled male who was usually so mellow and docile, was rather scary when he was angry, and Jack didn’t want to see how scary he could actually get. The mute made a move to sign, but one sharp glare from the brunette made him rethink that decision.

“If I wasn’t there, and if you hadn’t used your arm, Toothless could’ve done more damage. Haven’t you ever heard not to initiate contact with a hostile dog? Even if you didn’t, it’s common sense not to, Jack,” Hiccup scolded in an eerily calm voice as he finished bandaging Jack’s arm. He gently placed his hand on top of it, missing the shake of Jack’s head. His heated green eyes cooled down drastically and filled with guilt as he thought back to what had happened.

By some sheer stroke of luck, when Toothless had turned to attack Jack, the mute had managed to defend himself with his right arm while keeping a hold on the dog’s collar. At that time, Hiccup had broken into a run and had managed to reach them without tripping. Since Toothless was a rather aggressive dog by nature, his father had taught him how to handle Toothless in case the German Sheppard ever attacked someone. So Hiccup had put that knowledge into use by grabbing the back of Toothless’ collar with both hands and pulled up until the dog had let go of Jack. Luckily, Jack hadn’t broken any bones, just bite marks that bled, but it was enough for Hiccup to cut their walk short and immediately go home to patch the mute up. Once at home, Hiccup had of course scolded Toothless like the bad dog he had acted.

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Honestly though, How to Train Your Dragon has one of the bestbattle climaxes of all time. Every bit of timing is perfect and Toothless and Hiccup flying together is so great, and how Stoick interacts with the two of them, and the giant cloud of smoke, and the “lightning”, and then “No, NO!” and Hiccup’s falling into the flames and Toothless is diving after him. Man, that’s so well done and I’ve seen that ending dozens of times and I still get chills when watching it.