Hiccup allows himself to stand trial and face their punishments, seeing Mala and her tribe as potential allies in their struggles against the hunters and eventually wins her trust. Hiccup returns to find Dagur laying siege to Dragon's Edge and sends word for back up, and Astrid and Stoick appear as reinforcements, but the odds are still against them until the trainees appear and fend off the attackers. The dragons bond and fly away, allowing the riders to return home. The three must work together to repair the damage, overcome the rivalry between Hiccup and Snotlout and return home to Berk before they are captured by Alvin and the Outcasts. The four attempt to work together, but their efforts are hindered by Stoick and Spitelout's constant arguing, and their sons are left to reluctantly take their father's side. With the aid of Stoick and the Rumblehorn, the riders create a wall to block the wave and protect the island. Noting that this dragon is an undocumented species, he takes it in for care and closer study.
New cast members include Julie Marcus and Andree Vermeulen as Ruffnut previously voiced by , as Snotlout previously voiced by , as Gobber the Belch previously voiced by , and as Stoick the Vast previously voiced by. However, Hiccup had already deduced Johann was the mole thanks to the twins and is able to escape thanks to Toothless. Later, Dagur becomes a Dragon Rider with a Gronckle he named Shattermaster, and later on, Sleuther, a Triple Stryke that the Dragon Riders had previously rescued. They agree that all the group are equal owners to the island and they in turn agree to help. He takes Snotlout as his model and hero, especially in the first two seasons.
The island where the gold is stored turns out to be empty save for strange looking ruins, and the others are captured by Viggo while searching. Soon they get a stomach ache and return to Berk to get Meatlug checked by Gobber. The Riders and wild dragons defeat the hunters while the Bewilderbeast escapes. Dragons: Riders of Berk: Part 1 contained episodes from 1 to 11, and Dragons: Riders of Berk: Part 2, episodes from 12 to 20. Hiccup credits Snotlout for a job well done and the twins reward him with a carving of his face in a monument back at the Edge.
. Archived from on December 5, 2012. Johann also ends up attaining a fifth lens after capturing Gruffnut. Hiccup still manages to free the Submaripper, and it rescues him just as the bell shatters, leaving Ryker to take a desperate Viggo away just as the other riders close in. Following her to Trader Johan's ship, Hiccup interrogates Johan and learns that Heather's island was attacked and her parents killed by Dagur, who she pursues for revenge while stealing supplies to help rebuild. He manages to pass two life-threatening trials but fails in the third, though Mala commends his effort and makes him a guest of honor in a celebratory feast. After being with the Dragon Riders for a while, she decides to leave for Berserker Island with her brother, Dagur.
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. This, however, turns out to be a trap by Krogan and the Hunters, who capture Windshear and demand the gem on Heather's belt, a lens for the Dragon Eye, in exchange for her life. Fearing the possibility her condition may be permanent and her Shield Maiden days are over, Astrid still manages to use her other senses to figure out the Triple Stryke's weakness and finally train it. The trio must now flee to release the Skrill from their control before the truce can be settled. Dagur, despite his pleas that he is trying to change, is imprisoned once he sees the riders' plans and warns Hiccup that the shipyard is a trap.
Working together with the Gronkles and Quakens of Dark Deep, the Riders manage to stabilize the volcano, and decide to hold off on returning home to stop the Hunters once and for all. Because of her husky size and short wingspan, she lacks the aerobatic maneuverability and speed of the other dragons. When Flyers attack, Ruffnut rescues Wingnut and uses her newly learned Wingmaiden abilities to help repel the Flyers' attack. Krogan is captured and executed by his employer, Drago Bludvist, for his failure in acquiring the egg and Drago begins to seek out a new Bewilderbeast. In the end it was revealed that Stoick missed Thornado but in turn comes to bond with the Rumblehorn, who becomes his new dragon Skullcrusher.
Heather, Fishlegs, and Dagur face difficulty saving them due to Viggo's dragon-proof ships until Heather and Dagur work together to take down the fleet. Worried, the Riders quickly check on Garffiljorg while the others take the injured Singetail back to the Edge for recovery. She trains the dragon and the gang are able to help it. Though highly reluctant, Hiccup works together with Dagur to cure Toothless but the two are captured and Dagur appears to abandon Hiccup, but later comes back riding Toothless to save him. Jones Art Brown and Douglas Sloan June 26, 2015 2015-06-26 While gathering supplies, the riders hear of a rogue dragon rider attacking ships and stealing their provisions. Heather seems to instantly fit in with the riders, but Windshear, used to being Heather's sole protector, complicates things when she acts extremely hostile towards the other dragons as they help with the yearly Nadder Migration.
Fishlegs is reluctant to let the Seashocker leave in the interest of studying it, but is convinced otherwise after it is injured by Stormfly. Stoick decides to leave, but Hiccup helps him see things from the Jorgensons' point of view and convinces him to return, but when more Singetails arrive, Spitelout decides to abandon the island, stating they will build another storehouse elsewhere. The viking youths must bring the twins back together to control their dragon and avoid provoking Dagur to war. She has a strong bond with her dragon, Stormfly. De Marco February 12, 2014 2014-02-12 1. Intimidated by Viggo's intelligence, Hiccup decides to take a more cautious approach against him, and discovers upon investigating his ship that Viggo has challenged him to a game of strategy with Heather's life as the prize. All is well until suddenly the dragons begin to wildly revolt, and the others assume Hiccup's obsessive work regime is to blame.