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When Gobber's house burns down, the old Viking is convinced that his nemesis, the legendary Boneknapper Dragon, is responsible. Bent on revenge, Gobber resolves to hunt it down once and for all, despite the fact that no one believes the dragon exists. Regardless, Hiccup and the gang decide to accompany him for his own good. On the sea voyage, Gobber tells the story of his rivalry with the beast, which gets sillier with each episode. When the gang find themselves shipwrecked on the suspected island of the beast, they are about to learn the truth about the dragon. Written by
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[sees Gobber going down to his ship with his sheep, Phil, to find the Boneknapper]
I can't let him go by himself.
[to his friends]
All right, Vikings - grab your shields!
There's no way I'm getting on a boat to go after a fake dragon.
[scene cuts to show Snotlout rowing a boat the next day with everyone else]
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This animated short is a sequel to How to Train Your Dragon and released as a DVD extra.
The film follows Hiccup and his friends accompanying their mentor, Gobber, on a quest to kill the mythical Boneknapper Dragon. The dragon is recounted by Gobber in some dubious stories which we see presented in traditional 2D animation. I presume using such as animation technique was also quicker and cheaper to produce.
The normal story is done in CGI. Its amusing enough for kids and I liked the voice acting of Craig Ferguson who plays Gobber the Belch. The story is not deep and moves briskly enough.
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