Dragons: Riders of Berk (2012–2014)
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Dragon Flower 

When the Riders discover that Mildew deliberately sickened the dragons with a special flower, Hiccup and Stoick force him along to find a cure.

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Hiccup (voice)
Brook Chalmers ...
Sven (voice)
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Mulch (voice)
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Astrid (voice)
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Trader Johann (voice)
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Ruffnut (voice)
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Tuffnut Thorston (voice)
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Fishlegs (voice)
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Stoick the Vast (voice)
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Snotlout (voice)
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Mildew (voice)
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Bucket (voice)
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When the Riders discover that Mildew deliberately sickened the dragons with a special flower, Hiccup and Stoick force him along to find a cure.

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17 October 2012 (USA)  »

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Fishlegs does not have the Book Of Dragons when he talks about the Scauldron, because the Book Of Dragons does not have stitches on the cover and there is supposed to be a dragon on the cover. See more »

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Gobber: [after extracting venom from Mildew] I've seen a Nader's spine slice through a man's eyeball like a grape. I watched my own arm get devoured by a Monstrous Nightmare. But never - *never* have I seen anything so disturbing - as that old man's bare behind. Here,
[Gobber hands the venom to Hiccup]
Gobber: take this to your dragons. I'm going into the forest to scream.
[Gobber walks away]
Hiccup: Way to take one for the team, Gobber.
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Stoick Developing due to Thornado
22 July 2014 | by See all my reviews

The dragons have been poisoned, and it's up to the Riders to find out what poisoned them and if there is a cure. As usual, Mildew was behind it, whether it be intentional (probably) or not. The story and the development are fine; not on par with the ones before it, but fine. The episode itself is above average, but Stoick's slight development makes this quite a bit better. The scenes where he admits that he was wrong for hunting dragons and bonds with Thornado is great. It really shows that he's coming around.

Hopefully Mildew has given up for a while, given the events in this episode. He's not a bad character, he just grows rather tiresome. I'd much rather have Alvin the Treacherous now.

Choosing a rating was hard yet again. In the end, I think it warrants a seven. Nothing spectacular, just good.


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