Dragons: Riders of Berk (2012–2014)
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Appetite for Destruction 

When dragons start fleeing to Dragon Island, the defenders must find out why the islands are disappearing.




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Episode credited cast:
Hiccup (voice)
Astrid (voice)
Fishlegs (voice)
Tuffnut Thorston (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alvin (voice)
Snotlout (voice)
Mildew (voice)
Savage (voice)
Ruffnut (voice)


When dragons start fleeing to Dragon Island, the defenders must find out why the islands are disappearing.

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14 November 2013 (USA)  »

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The One with the Sunken Islands
27 July 2014 | by See all my reviews

Hiccup and Astrid discover that dragons are fleeing to Dragon Island and can't understand why. Hiccup decides to contact Fishlegs through 'AirMail', a new way of contacting through Terrible Terrors, and tell him and Snotlout to meet them at Dragon Island. Together, Hiccup, Astrid and Fishlegs discover that islands are disappearing in a straight path towards Dragon Island, where all of the dragons from the destroyed islands are fleeing to. Eventually, Hiccup and Astrid find out that the thing causing the islands to disappear is none other than the enormous Whispering Death called the 'Screaming Death'. How can they stop something so big from destroying everything in its path?

I had low expectations for this episode. Not only is it the lowest rated episode this far, but the description on here made is sound awful. Islands being destroyed? Ridiculous. What logical thing could cause that? What I didn't expect was for the Screaming Death to return and cause the islands to sink, which is actually very logical. To have the Screaming death back, bigger than ever, was good enough for me, but the introduction to 'AirMail' and how everything I thought was illogical turned out to be logical makes the episode much better than expected. I very much enjoyed this great episode.

I wouldn't say it's worth a nine, but it's still hugely enjoyable. I believe many of the people who rated this as a one just read the description, scoffed, and rated it. It's certainly better than a one for its continuity, excitement and new ideas.

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