So when the ‘How to Train your Dragon” movie came out, the only two things that I touaght about it was that the designs of the dragons were very clever and that it would probly work out better if it was a TV show. So now it became a TV show. So I thought I see if it would be good. And just so you know, I never seen the movie, so I didn’t go into this with an idea of what to expect.
The episode starts with the Hiccup kid and his not girlfriends playing with their dragons, who ends up saving the kids from an avalanche. Which the dragons were some what responcable for starting. The dragons are the good guy, right?
Else where, the live stock of the village stop laying eggs and making milk and what not because, with the humans and dragons now friends, the dragons now live in the village. The dragons are scaring the animals into not doing their animal thing.
And to make things worst, a big storm is coming and they need the animals to not be scared to survive. So the try to show the animals that the dragons wern’t scary, but it dosn’t work. And in one of those, they try to show the chickens that their not so different from dragons with showing them a dragon egg. But the egg explodes. I don’t know about you, but the idea for the dragons egg blow up being a thing, I find it creepy on a lot of levels.
The big storms comes and the dragons accidentally spook the animals into running into the woods. The dragon gang (dose their little group have a name?) mount their dragons to find them, which is a stupid idea. The Dragons are the things the animals are afraid of! This would only make things worse of the dragon/livestock bonding.
with the storm getting worst, the team dragons sheald the teens and start fires to keep them safe from the storm. And this is the thing that shows the animals that dragons are friends. Yay.
So, for someone who never seen the movie, I thought it was pretty good! It wasen’t over the top and I like how both the dragons and the animals weren’t just dragon shaped people. Like that they wern’t really logical and acted natral. So this was a plesent surprise for me!