Our hero is an adolescent Viking called Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III, who is voiced by Jay Baruchel. Hiccup lives in Berk, a village located on the brink of a mountain that is surrounded by crags and aeries where deadly dragons lurk. Hiccup reminds us that his village is really old, but that every single home there is spanking new. An troubling omen. The humans have been engaged in conflict with the dragons since the dawn of time, headed by his father Stoick (portrayed by Gerard Butler) and the dragon master Cobber (portrayed by Craig Ferguson) (portrayed by Craig Ferguson). The Vikings are enormous and powerful, yet their main weapons are clubs, swords, and spears, while the dragons are gigantic and spit fire. It would seem that this struggle will not be a fair one. If you simply listened to them, however, you wouldn't have any reason to assume that they are more intellectual than the dragons.
The tale comprises an advice for young Hiccup to stay inside in the case of a dragon onslaught. The daring young guy, however, snatches a cannon, shoots it at the opposition, and, by all appearances, kills at least one of them. When he explores the forest in pursuit of his dinner, he finds a chained-up and wounded juvenile dragon that is roughly the same age as him. He lets it go, and the two of them build a relationship; along this process, he discovers that dragons can actually be pretty friendly. When he and his new buddy Toothless arrive back to the settlement, they help form an alliance with the good dragons to combat the bad dragons, who are grotesquely ugly and growling holdouts flalge
Our hero is an adolescent Viking called Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III, who is voiced by Jay Baruchel. Hiccup lives in Berk, a village situated on the brink of a mountain and surrounded by perilous dragon-inhabited crags and aeries. Hiccup tells us that his village is rather old, but that every home there is spanking new. An troubling omen. Since the dawn of time, the people have been at war with dragons, led by his father Stoick (portrayed by Gerard Butler) and the dragon master Cobber (portrayed by Craig Ferguson). The Vikings are large and powerful, but their only weapons are clubs, swords, and spears, whereas the dragons are enormous and emit flames. It appears as though this fight will not be fair. However, if you only listened to them, you would have no reason to believe that they are smarter than the dragons.
In the narrative, young Hiccup is instructed to remain indoors in the event of a dragon attack. The brave young man, on the other hand, seizes a cannon, fires it at the enemy, and, by all accounts, kills at least one of them. When he enters the forest in search of food, he discovers a young, similarly aged dragon that is chained and injured. During this process, he discovers that dragons can be surprisingly kind. When he and his new companion Toothless return to the settlement, they aid in the formation of an alliance between the good dragons and the grotesquely ugly and snarling evil dragons.