For his entire life, Snotlout has been beating Hiccup and the others in the Thawfest games. But this year, the games include dragon-based events, and Hiccup is determined to finally win.

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For his entire life, Snotlout has been beating Hiccup and the others in the Thawfest games. But this year, the games include dragon-based events, and Hiccup is determined to finally win.

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When Spitelout is talking to Snotlout the first shot of Snotlout he is near Hookfang's head, but after Spitelout says he's never lost a Thawfest game Snotlout is shown in front Hookfang's wing. See more »

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Winning Isn't Everything
23 July 2014 | by (Nottinghamshire, England) – See all my reviews

A nice, fun episode with the familiar 'winning isn't everything' theme. The annual 'Thawfest' games are taking place, of which Snotlout always wins. This year Hiccup is determined to win and break Snotlout's chain of victory due to his constant gloating. Turns put Hiccup is too a gloater and finds out more about Snotlout, making him conflicted on whether winning is the right thing to do.

A nice and simple episode with a a couple of important messages to children. Not only that, but Toothless now has upgraded gear to make him faster than ever before, which will hopefully stick through future episodes. Lots of scenes with Hiccup and Toothless flying together, which is always great to see and welcome to the eye. Hiccup and Astrid development too.

I think an eight is in order, as this is an episode for all to simply enjoy. Also, David Tennant voices his character for the first time in the series, which makes me happy.


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