Snotlout becomes convinced he is dying, and leaves Hookfang to Gustav. But when he "miraculously" recovers, Snotlout takes his dragon back, and Gustav decides to get a dragon of his own (... See full summary »

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Snotlout becomes convinced he is dying, and leaves Hookfang to Gustav. But when he "miraculously" recovers, Snotlout takes his dragon back, and Gustav decides to get a dragon of his own (named Fanghook) and join the academy... whether they want him or not. Written by Anonymous

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When Fishlegs, the Twins, Hiccup and Astrid, are watching Snoutlout train Goosestuff, there is a shadow of the cage on top of the academy on the ground. Where the trainers are sitting there should be a visible shadow due to the angle of the sun on the sundial. See more »

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The One with Snotlout's Replacement
27 July 2014 | by (Nottinghamshire, England) – See all my reviews

Snotlout is dying. Or at least, he thinks he is. He finds a replacement for himself; Gustav, a young boy he befriended a long time back. Hiccup knows that Snotlout isn't dying and that Gustav isn't ready for the Dragon Academy, but Snotlout is being stubborn. Fishlegs thinks the training Gustav and saying that he's a good replacement will bring Snotlout around. However, when Snotlout is brought around, Gustav won't give up on becoming a Rider, leading to complications for the Riders later.

A fairly average episode, that is made better by being about Gustav, a young boy we first met last season. Gustav is a good character, as a small boy who strives to become a dragon rider. He is largely influenced by Snotlout, making him like a small Snotlout, adding humour to the episode. His dragon, Fanghook, is brilliant too and I hope to see the two of them again, given the ending. The story isn't anything spectacular, but the last five minutes weren't bad as they added a bit of action. I was considering a six, but it is a more enjoyable episode than that.


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