Kasanelover's Dragon Review! 2.0

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It's back, and better then ever! That's the goal anyways. ^^ 2 years ago, I started up a dragon review of sorts but life is as smooth as the ocean during a hurricane and long story short, I fell off the wagon. However, I got a surge of inspiration to start it up again in the beginning of the year and have been working on reviews since! Please do not directly reply to any of the reviews as I'll edit them if any changes happen to the dragons as time moves on. With that out the way, please feel free to leave your opinions on the dragons as well! Always fun to read those. ^^

 

One more important note: There will be a lot of gifs and images in this thread. The gifs in particular are of the dragons' fireballs, in which some are brighter than others. There's also images of the dragons' Hidden World Glows, which are also bright. Reader discretion is advised.

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Aliases: Kas or Kasane

Main Dragon: Papa Moon the Titan Stormcutter

Favorite Dragon Breed: Stormcutter

Other Favorites (in no particular order): Buffalord, Skrill, Prickleboggle, Triple Stryke, Woolly Howl, Thunderdrum, Deathgripper

 

Somehow interested in my opinion on dragons? I (re)made a Dragon Review Here: My Dragon Review 2.0

Information about my dragons can all be found here: My Grand Dragon Family

Information about my HTTYD OCs and their dragons can all be found here: My OCs and Their Dragons

 

Requests From Others!

"*Banshee screech* You look so cute!" - Comet Burst

-Insert Wise dying on the inside here-

 

Drawn by the terrific TosiLohi!

 

 

Sometimes Papa's ego becomes as big as Jupiter. . .screenshot edited by Zeezur!

 

 

Happy wife, happy life. Made by Snowflake12298!

 

 

The main character for my story made into a beautiful Snowy Griffin. Made by LissaFish!

A cute Papa headshot made by HoneyCloudy!

 

As much as I love the big guy, it's fun to occasionally spite him. ewe Made/edited by SilverNight!

 

       

 

Drago once said the strength of will over others is true strength. . .and Hiccup says friendship is true strength. . .but they're both wrong. Cuteness is the one and only true strength! These faces will be the death of evil, I'm telling you. Made all by Zitka!

 

 

Hobbleslicer, the male Tingecutter made my AndreaEaston!

 

A truly fuzzy Moon made/edited by HoneyCloudy!

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FAQs? (DNR)

Q) Is there a schedule?

A) The goal is at least once a week, just like before. Unlike last time, dragons will be reviewed "in full", meaning a dragon's Titan Wing and Broad Wing stages will be done in the same week.

 

Q) What's the rating system?

A) Dragons will be rated and scored on a 1 to 10 scale of Jolly Papa Moons in 5, with a grand total of 50 Jolly Papas. The final score is obtained by adding up the score in each category and dividing it by 50. The categories are as follows:

Utility - How useful a dragon is, based on how they perform in Racing, Battle Events, and Dragon Tactics (if applicable).

Color Options - How customizeable a dragon is. The more control you have over the dragon's colors, such as how bright they are and whether everything can be changed or not, the higher the score.

Animations

Fireball

Design

There's also a bonus section: The Hidden World Glows. These do NOT impact the dragons' scores but it will be discussed nonetheless. That out the way, this is all based on my personal experiences with the dragons so expect a lot of bias! A dragon that I think is a poor battler might be great in your book and vice versa, and that's awesome!

 

Q) Is there an order you'll review dragons in?

A) Not really. I may prioritize some dragons over others based on the time of year (mainly Dreadfall and Snoggletog) but otherwise, everything is in the hands of a random number generator. However, you're free to request a specific dragon to be done!

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Bring me some pie!!!

Oooo do the Snow Wraith! They are one of my favorites and yes, I do have one. Its Snoggletog season so why not?
EDIT: I didn't mean to reply to this comment!!! I am so sorry!!!!

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All's good! And you can request a dragon, regardless of whether you have it or not. ^^ If all goes smoothly, the Snow Wraith should be up the week before Snoggletog!

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FAQs? #2 (DNR)

Q) Is there a schedule?

A) The goal is at least once a week, just like before. Unlike last time, dragons will be reviewed "in full", meaning a dragon's Titan Wing and Broad Wing stages will be done in the same week. While I'm thinking putting these up every Friday, they can show up any day of the week. Really depends on how the week's going!

 

Q) What's the rating system?

A) Dragons will be rated and scored on a 1 to 10 scale of Jolly Papa Moons in 5 areas, with a grand total of 50 Jolly Papas. The final score is obtained by adding up the score in each category and dividing it by 50. The categories are as follows:

Utility - How useful a dragon is, based on how they perform in Racing, Battle Events, and Dragon Tactics (if applicable).

Color Options - How customizeable a dragon is. The more control you have over the dragon's colors, such as how bright they are and whether everything can be changed or not, the higher the score.

Animations

Fireball

Design

There's also a bonus section: The Hidden World Glows. These do NOT impact the dragons' scores but it will be discussed nonetheless. That out the way, this is all based on my personal experiences with the dragons so expect a lot of bias! A dragon that I think is a poor battler might be great in your book and vice versa, and that's awesome!

 

Q) What exactly is a "Jolly Papa Moon"?

A) General of the flock (in his heart) and my main dragon, Papa Moon is a Titan Stormcutter. What better way to rate the dragons than with another dragon? So if he's happy, surely that says something about the dragon in question. . .and I wanted to use something other than stars.

 

Q) What else can I expect from these reviews?

A) In addition to the ratings, you'll also see the pros and cons of a dragon and changes I'd make to a dragon to make it better. Most changes are simply mending the downsides of the dragon.

 

Q) Is there an order you'll review dragons in?

A) Not really. I may prioritize some dragons over others based on the time of year (mainly Dreadfall and Snoggletog) or change the queue up every now and then but 90% of the time, it's in the hands of a random number generator. However, you're free to request a specific dragon to be done!

 

 

Dragon Queue - Up to 4 weeks in advance

Week #38 - The Cavern Crasher + Titan Cavern Crasher

Week #39 - The Moldruffle

Week #40 - The Night Lights

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I hope I am not to early to

I hope I am not to early to request but since I just won my first event dragon, the HUMBANGER I would like u to review it. I really like it and I think it would be awesome but it has a terrible turn rate. If you do not have this dragon, that is all right.

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Never too early! That just gives me more time to work on it. ^^ It'll be up next week!

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Thank you. Can not wait for

Thank you. Can not wait for future dragons.

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Week #1

Groncicle

This is where the holiday priority kicks in! The Groncicle is the Gronckle’s frosty cousin and the first ever expansion dragon. This Boulder Class ice cube is as friendly as its rocky comrade and makes for a fine addition to any flock.

 

Pros

+ Excellent color options

+ Cool (pun not intended) “fire” ball

+ Ease of access; with its expansion costing coins, players old and new will have at least one Groncicle in their flock

 

Cons

- Reuses the Gronckle’s animations

- Despite being a Gronckle 2.0, you can’t fish on it

 

Changes?

- Enable “Gronckle Fishing”; it looks, flies, and hovers like a Gronckle, ergo I think one should be able to fish from it like a Gronckle

- Add in more unique animations to set it more apart from the Gronckle

 

Rating

Utility: 7 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: The Groncicle is faster than its rocky cousin but it comes at a price: It’s turn rate is substantially worse. It does have access to quite a few saddles to help remedy this but it still won’t turn as well as the Gronckle. Therefore, you’re better off racing with the Gronckle for its ability to make tight turns with ease.

Battle Events: The Groncicle has a shot limit of 10 and deals 12 damage per shot (24 for crits), making it more versatile than the Gronckle. It can hold its own outside of the recharge station and is just as easy to aim from the recharge station as the Gronckle, if not easier. The only drawback is the Groncicle fires slightly slower.

Dragon Tactics: The Groncicle is a solid choice thanks to its primary long range attack compensating for its relatively short range. This move can also reduce the range of its target. It’s secondary close-ranged attack has a chance to stun the opposition as well. Finally, as an Armor dragon, it can boost its dodge and gain a little bit of health for a few turns.

 

Color Options: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Groncicle can look like a living jewel or stick to its glorious ice cube look! There’s no limitations on how this dragon can be customized.

 

Animations: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

This seems contradictory to one of my cons but allow me to explain. Do these animations look bad? Not by any means. Are they fitting for this dragon, who is said to be a relative to the Gronckle in some shape or form? Yes, yes it is. However, it strips the Groncicle of any personality distinct from the Gronckle. Maybe it can be more reserved when its happiness is maxed out instead of being a highly energized puppy like the Gronckle or tuck its legs in while accelerating to give it an even more streamlined appearance. Not even all the animations have to change; small changes such as this to make it stand out even more would do wonders for this beauty.

 

Fireball: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Groncicle produces a frosty blast with icy specks trailing behind it. Simple but it still holds up pretty well against some of the more modern blasts!

 

Design: 9.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Groncicle looks exactly as one would think it would look like: A Gronckle shaped popsicle with a few tweaks here and there. My only complaint is its forever angry expression. The Groncicles in Rise of Berk look so much more jolly and approachable! Now I’m not asking for Gronckle-esque eyes, just a more friendly expression for a friendly dragon. Not even the excited Gronckle animations remedied this issue.

 

Hidden World Glow

The Groncicle has a neat Hidden World glow, with the icy details having a neon blue outline or white edges. It doesn’t seem as bright as the other dragons but it really stands out! Most dragons have spots and stripes. . .and then the Groncicle has patterns that make it resemble cracked ice to an extent.

 

Final Score: 9.3 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Groncicle is as cool as Icestorm Island. With vibrant color options and being a solid choice in all things combat in the game, it makes for a great addition to any flock! It does look a lot angrier than most say it is but on the bright side, it keeps potential conflict at bay. Who wants to toy with an angry, frozen Gronckle?

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Tracking! I silently followed your first one and loved reading your thoughts on each dragon that you reviewed so I decided to officially track this time.

 

I agree on the point about the Groncicle looking mad all the time. I remember when it was first released my first thought was that it didn't look like a very friendly dragon. lol.

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nor jewels, nor works of art.

They cannot be held in your hands-

They're held within your heart.

For worldly things will fade away

As seasons come and go.

But the treasure of true friendship

Will never lose its glow.

(Poem from the Disney movie Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure)

 

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About Me:

 

The first and most important thing you should know about me is that I'm one of Jehovah's Witnesses. I enjoy studying the Bible and learning from it. I live by Bible standards and strive to apply Bible principles in my life everyday. Of course, I'm not perfect and would never claim to be. However, when I make a mistake I do my best to learn from it and then do my best not to repeat it. I apologize when neccessary and accept correction where it's needed. I happily talk about my religion and beliefs with others but I don't force it on them. If they aren't interested or tell me they don't want to talk about it, I respect that.

For more information on Jehovah's Witnesses, for answers to your Bible-based questions, or for information on a varity of topics, some of which  include: animals, countries, how to deal with bullies, how to have a happy family life, how to make real friends, and depression, please visit jw.org.

 

 

Favorite Colors: Purple and Pink

 

Favorite Food: Pizza, Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches and almost anything Chocolate (I say almost anything because there are some things chocolate I don't like. For example chocolate covered cherries)

 

Favorite Music: Country, Pop, and Disney Songs

 

Favorite Seasons: Spring and Summer

 

Favorite HTTYD Characters: Hiccup, Toothless, Astrid, and Tuffnut

 

Favorite Things To Do: read, sing, listen to music, play computer games, video games, board games, card games, watch tv/movies, and spend time with my mom and sister

 

Things I Collect:  Books, Dvds, Cds, stickers, stuffed animals, Star Wars stuff, and dolls (dolls I collect include Barbie, Monster High, Ever After High, Bratz, Moxie girls, Disney Princess and others)

 

Favorite Dragon Species: Furies(Night Fury, Light Fury, and NightLights)

 

Favorite In-Game Dragons: Woolly Howl, Windwalker,  Sand Wraith, and Deadly Nadder

 

Favorite Vegetables: Corn and Potatoes

 

Favorite Fruits: Grapes and Bananas

 

Please Note: I do not have Facebook, Discord, Instagram, Twitter, or any other form of social media. If you wish to contact me, here on the forum or in game are the only ways to do so.(I've had some people ask me about this so I decided to add this to my siggy.)

 

Star Wars Favorites

(Yes, I must have a favorites section devoted to Star Wars XD)

Female Characters: Leia, Padme, Ahsoka, and Rey

Male Characters: Luke, Han, Anakin, Obi-Wan, and Yoda

Droids: R2-D2, C-3PO, BB-8, and K2-SO

Villians: Darth Vader and Kylo Ren

Clone: Captain Rex

Ships: Han x Leia, Anakin x Padme, Cassian x Jyn, Finn x Rey, Kanan x Hera

 

 

 

                                                 

     

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Week #2

Humbanger

The Humbanger is a Boulder Class hybrid between the terrifying Whispering Death and the geode loving Snafflefang. It was the main prize for the 2021 Dreadfall event alongside an exclusive skin but as of late February 2022, it has been added to the store.

Pros

+ Unique animations

 

Cons

- No racing saddles

 

Changes?

- Give it a racing saddle; no hybrid (at the time of writing) has a racing saddle but it’s really strange they didn’t give any saddle to the Humbanger

- Have the dragon slither around

 

12-15-21 Update: The Snoggletog 2021 update brought some neat, hidden surprises, included paints for the Humbanger! Still no saddles but this is a big win in my book!

3-16-22 Update: I forgot to include this when it actually happened but they put the Humbanger in the store last month!

3-21-22 Update: The release of the Hushboggle also gifted the Humbanger with a saddle! Sadly, said saddle has no racing boosts (as far as I'm aware anyways). Thank you HPowers once again for bringing this to my attention! ^^

 

Utility: 6.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: The Humbanger could have some racing potential. . .if it had a good turn rate. In fact, it makes the Skrill and Snow Wraith’s turn rates look good! I’ll give this dragon points for standing out (Boulder Class dragons typically have good, if not excellent turn rates) but standing out doesn’t help it win anything here.

Battle Events: The Humbanger has a shot limit of 6 and deals 17 damage per shot (34 for crits). With an average shot limit and a rate of fire closer to the Whispering Death than the Snafflefang, it doesn’t do well unless it’s inside the recharge station.

Dragon Tactics: The Humbanger has a long ranged primary attack that has a chance to stun your target and a close-ranged secondary attack that can inflict the Injured condition onto the enemy. As a Tough Dragon, it can heal itself and regenerate some health for a few turns. Much to my surprise, it has a solid range so it can put that secondary attack to good use and make its primary move even more efficient. It makes for a good shield, soaking up hits with the chance to stun your foes while its frailer allies make quick work of the more pesky opposition.

 

Color Options: 9.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Humbanger has excellent color options, with the only thing you can’t customize being its horns and many spikes. This might not be as bad if there weren’t so many spikes, some of which are fairly large. You can however change the color of the base for some of the spikes under the “Details” section.

 

Animations: 9 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Humbanger has nice animations, save for two: The walking/running animations. The way it moves on land is it’s constantly flying and dragging its tail bludgeon around. It does something similar in Titans Uprising but it doesn’t need to “walk” per se; in fact, no dragons, at least to my current knowledge, walk in that game. Therefore, it didn’t really need a walking animation there and having it bob around with its tail bludgeon anchoring it was fine. That isn’t the case here so having that carry over here is. . .weird to say the least. I would much rather prefer if it slithered around like the Whispering Death. In fact, its flying animation is a good idea of how it should look like when traversing the land: Still using its wings to push it forward and holding its arms to its side for a more streamline appearance. Everything else about this dragon’s animations are great!

 

Fireball: 6.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Humbanger’s fireball looks neat but it’s such a huge letdown compared to the other amazing fireballs released before it. Some examples include the Seastormer, the Bonestormer, and the Night Lights. Really, there’s only one thing that I’d like to change about it: The size. This dragon has a huge mouth but spits out a tiny fireball? It’d be nice if it was bigger to match this dragon’s size. That said, the explosion is really cute, raining down gem crumbs onto the incinerated object.

 

Design: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Humbanger looks similar, if not exactly like the individuals in Titans Uprising. . .that said, they seem a lot cuter here than in Titans Uprising. This could be due to the animations further expanding on this gentle giant’s personality, as if it didn’t seem like a giant noodle puppy already!

 

Hidden World Glow

Following some less than extravagant glows, namely the Titan Slitherwing and the Titan Cavern Crasher (who, at the time of writing, still doesn’t have one), I had low expectations for this hybrid’s Hidden World Glow. Thankfully, I was proven wrong. I think the only thing I’d change about the Humbanger’s glow is its tail; I think it’d be cool if it was brighter or even have a white glow instead of the purple glow. That way it’d stand out and be like a disco ball!

 

Final Score: 8.3 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Humbanger is one of the more intimidating hybrids but looks can be deceiving. This fire breathing dachshund is a great choice for Dragon Tactics and has potential for Battle Events but should steer clear of racing. It could use a new locomotion when it comes to traveling on land but that aside, it’s a great dragon to have by your side.

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Week #2

Titan Humbanger

The Humbanger was the first hybrid to receive a Titan stage with its debut. Like the Titan Boneknapper, if you’re in need of some spooky dragons, the Titan Humbanger is one to consider.

 

Pros

+ Unique animations

 

Cons

- No racing saddles

- Fireball didn’t change much from the original, which already wasn’t too great to begin with

 

Changes

- Grant it access to at least one racing saddle

- Change the walking/running animations

- Tweak the fireball

 

12-15-21 Update: The Snoggletog 2021 update brought some neat, hidden surprises, included paints for the Humbanger! Still no saddles but this is a big win in my book!

3-16-22 Update: With the release of the Hushboggle, the Humbanger is no longer the only hybrid with a Titan stage.

3-21-22 Update: The release of the Hushboggle also gifted the Humbanger with a saddle! Sadly, said saddle has no racing boosts (as far as I'm aware anyways). Thank you HPowers once again for bringing this to my attention! ^^

 

Utility: 7.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: With no saddles and poor turn rate, the Titan Humbanger continues to be a poor racer.

Battle Events: The Titan Humbanger now deals 18 damage per shot (36 for crits) and has more health. However, the latter doesn’t mean too much when its average shot limit doesn’t let it linger around the ship too long anyways.

Dragon Tactics: The Titan Humbanger deals more damage and has more health than its regular counterpart. It continues to be a great choice for the mini-game.

 

Color Options: 9.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Humbanger has the same color options as a standard Humbanger, aside from the purple tint at the base of the horns being more prominent.

 

Animations: 9 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Humbanger’s animations still look great, minus the land animations. Long story short, it should move on the ground similarly to how it flies rather than the. . .awkward hook thing it has going on now.

 

Fireball: 1 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Humbanger, like the standard Humbanger has a disappointing fireball with a very nice explosion. In fact, the explosion seems to be the only thing that was expanded upon. Gem crumbs upgraded to gem chunks! A size increase and a color change is all this Titan’s fireball needs. It could be more white than the standard Humbanger’s fireball, indicating it’s hotter.

 

Design: 8 Jolly Papas out of 10

SoD’s Titan Humbanger borrows the design of Titans Uprising’s Titan Humbanger. It looks great! But I would’ve preferred just a bit more; maybe larger wings or a change in some of the dark patterns scattered along the dragon’s hide.

 

Hidden World Glow

The Titan Humbanger’s Hidden World Glow doesn’t change much from the standard Humbanger. It seems the tail bludgeon is a bit brighter but that could also be because the bludgeon’s bigger. Solid glow overall but still on the “disco tail” boat.

 

Final Score: 7Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Humbanger is a great Titan if you can look past the Humbanger’s flaws. The increased health and damage output is a much welcomed boost for an already great Dragon Tactics choice!

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Week #3

Snow Wraith

The Snow Wraith is a frosty addition to the Strike Class thanks to Race to the Edge. It’s grumpier than it looks, and speaking of looks, it relies on thermal vision to navigate its surroundings.

Pros

+ Unique animations

+ Cool fireball

+ Access to lot of paints

 

Cons

- No racing saddles

 

Changes?

- Grant it access to a saddle with racing boosts

- Improve the turn rate

 

Utility: 4.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: The Snow Wraith has impressive speed but a poor turn rate. It’s like another Skrill but worse, since its between the two Strike Class dragons, the Snow Wraith struggles with sharp turns more. Very recently, it finally got a saddle but to my current knowledge, it doesn’t have any racing boosts, which is no better than it having so saddles at all. I know not all dragons can be the next Sand Wraith but I think the Snow Wraith could at least be the next Windwalker. All it needs is a much needed improvement in the turn rate department.

Battle Events: The Snow Wraith has a shot limit of 10 and deals 25 damage per shot (50 for crits). Don’t let the three blasts fool you; unlike the Seastormer, it all counts for one blast. Though it has an exceptional shot limit, its low rate of fire and relatively low health means it can’t be too close to the ship. However, you have to be pretty close if you want the little target thingy to show up. On top of that, it’s difficult to aim from the recharge station so sadly, there’s not much going for the Snow Wraith here.

Dragon Tactics: The Snow Wraith has a long ranged primary attack that reduces your target’s movement for a turn and long-ranged secondary attack that has a chance to stun your enemy. As a Camouflage dragon, it can boost its dodge for a few turns. The Snow Wraith has a solid movement range, but even if it didn’t, its long-ranged attacks ensure it can strike enemies before they get close. Speaking of close, don’t let this dragon get in the middle of enemies. It’s pretty frail and though the dodge boost helps, it doesn’t ensure the dragon won’t be hit. Let the sturdier dragons take the lead or if it has to get in the middle of the fray, give it a partner that can heal it and/or divert the opposition’s attention.

 

Color Options: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Snow Wraith is fully customizable and can sport a variety of colors.

 

Animations: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Snow Wraith has its own animations that portray it as the grumpy wyvern we know it to be. While the flying animation is nice, I just can’t help but enjoy the walking animation so much more. It just. . .stomps around. Slamming its wings on the ground as it crosses new terrains with its best buddy by its side! If I had to suggest anything, it’d probably be to change one of its idle animations since it roars angrily in both of them. Extremely accurate to all the angry ones we saw in the show but just like the Night Fury isn’t all “Fury”, I imagine the Snow Wraith isn’t the frosty incarnate of wrath. Maybe it could dig at the ground for a few moments and look up at the rider followed by a head tilt or examine its surroundings carefully, making sure strangers don’t peep into its non-existent burrow.

 

Fireball: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Snow Wraith’s fireball consists of three frosty blasts with bright explosions. It’s way cooler than what we see in the show if you ask me! Pun not intended.

 

Design: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Snow Wraith looks great! Just like the feisty group in Race to the Edge.

 

Hidden World Glow

The Snow Wraith’s glow goes really well with the blue mist flowing out of its nostrils on a good day. It looks like someone dropped snow on it and while it shook some of it off, a lot of it is still there. Given this is an arctic dragon, this works in its favor!

 

Final Score: 8.9 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Snow Wraith is a phenomenal trophy dragon for the winter season, with some Dragon Tactics viability. Though it has a severe case of resting angy face, know that it will make for fine companion when the cold gets more unbearable than usual.

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Week #3

Titan Snow Wraith

When the snow starts falling and the bells may or may not start ringing, the Titan Snow Wraith is one of the Titans that come to mind.

 

Pros

+ Still has access to a lot of nice paints

+ Excellent color options

 

Cons

- Fireball is a bit of a downgrade

- No racing saddles

 

Changes?

- Give it access to a saddle with racing boosts

- Revise the fireball

 

Utility: 5 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: The Titan Snow Wraith continues to struggle with racing thanks to its poor turn rate and lack of boosted saddles.

Battle Events: The Titan Snow Wraith now deals 28 damage per shot (56 for crits) and has a bit more health. Sadly, these changes are not enough to change its battle performance has it still has a slow rate of fire and is difficult to aim.

Dragon Tactics: The Titan Snow Wraith deals more damage and has higher health than its standard counterpart. That said, it’s still pretty frail so it’s best to let it fight from the back.

 

Color Options: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Snow Wraith’s color options are a great upgrade from the regular Snow Wraith! It’s still fully customizable but all the colors show up more prominently, giving you the opportunity to make it more vivid than a Dramillion.

 

Animations: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Snow Wraith continues to have great animations.

 

Fireball: 9 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Snow Wraith’s fireball is a beautiful, bright blue blast. It doesn’t look bad and it certainly stands out from the standard Snow Wraith’s fireball. However, it’s now a singular, big blast. The best part about the Snow Wraith’s blast was it not being a blast but three blasts. I would’ve preferred a bigger version of those three icy blasts than the “mega” blast we have now.

 

Design: 9.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

I feel weird about this Titan. On one hand, I really don’t like what’s going on with the head. When I look at it, it doesn’t feel like I’m looking at a Snow Wraith, let alone the Titan stage of one. The bigger whiskers and spike additions are fine but I wish its head shape was more similar to the regular Snow Wraith. On the other hand, its wings are gorgeous. They have snowflake-like edges! In fact, pretty much everything is great about this Titan. It’s just the head shape I’m really not fond of.

 

Hidden World Glow

The Titan Snow Wraith’s glow reminds me of Toothless’ “Alpha Glow” for some reason. I can see a Snow Wraith, Titan or not, glow like this should it ever be put in Toothless’ place. I like how we go from a dragon that looks like it’s covered in snow to a dragon that’s frozen from within. And it’s the same dragon! Talk about a glow up.

 

Final Score: 8.7 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Snow Wraith will remind you that winter can be as dangerous as it is beautiful. It continues to give foes a run for their money from afar in Dragon Tactics and it is slightly less angry looking. Slightly.

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Dark Snow's Back Story

Dark Snow was captured by Dagur in her early days when she was just learning to fly so it was easy for him to catch her. Dagur made Dark Snow a slave to pull things that an adult should pull... not a juvenile. Vamp, a viking from Berk, had been flying on her Stormcutter, Xyafizz Dreamer, to scope out where Dagur had been keeping Dark Snow. Then one day when she felt was the right time, snuck out to go rescue Dark Snow. Instead of letting Dark Snow out of the cage she was kept in, Vamp took Dark Snow to an unknown island, far from Berk, and let Dark Snow out there. She was bind-folded so Snow didn't know who it was rescuing her. Vamp didn't see Dark Snow for 2 years, when finally she visited the island again, not expecting Dark Snow to be there. To her surprise, Snow was there. She was very hard to get close to, and Vamp had noticed that there was scared tissue over her eyes, from Dagur. Vamp decided she was going to train Snow, so the dragon wouldn't have to be afraid of all humans anymore. Vamp knew how it was for Hiccup to train Toothless which was pretty easy considering that a tail fin was gone, so all she had to do was get Snow's attention with fish and hope for the best. She flew over to the island and brought a couple fish, and made sure she had no weapons on her. Vamp knew how Toothless had coloration to his eyes and could see the pupil for his expresions. Dark Snow is different, her eyes are completely black so Vamp doesn't know what emotion Snow is feeling which made it difficult for her to train Snow. She then got an idea that if Snow shows her teeth and/or growls it is dangerous, and if the teeth are retracted and makes a coo sound it is good. Dark Snow's training took 6 months because of all of the stuff Dark Snow had to go through because of Dagur. Now that Vamp had trained Dark Snow, she has one mission... to keep Dark Snow away from Berk, and Berk away from Dark Snow. They believe that Toothless may be the very last of his kind, and Vamp is going to let them think that.

 


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History: Vamp was glad that fall had finally came around, and she started to adventure in a forest that she had never been in before, and heard growling and purring coming from what sounded like a dragon. She grew curious and got closer to the sound, and found out that it was indeed a dragon rolling around in the leaves. "Aweee." Vamp said and laughed a little admiring how much fun this dragon was having. The dragons eyes then popped open, looking over to Vamp wondering if it should consider her a threat. The dragon jumped up and Vamp took a deep breath, calming herself and standing her ground. Vamp has never been afraid of dragons, and she looked at every detail that covered the dragon as it got closer to her. The dragon then stopped for a second and tilted its head wondering why the viking before it wasn't afraid, since it had never had that type of reaction from a viking before. It then continued to get closer and still, the viking stuck her ground. Vamp then held her hand up to see if the dragon trusts her enough, and showed her trust in it as she did that. Ever since then they have been helping the dragon riders take down the dragon hunters, making sure that there will be no trace of them in the future.

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Week #4

Woolly Howl

The Woolly Howl is a Strike Class dragon that made its debut in Rise of Berk. It more or less has become a associated with Snoggletog thanks to one beautifully decorated individual: The Snoggletog Wraith.

 

Pros

+ Great color options

+ Cool fireball

+ Has access to great racing saddles and paints

 

Cons

- Shares animations with the Sand Wraith

 

Changes?

- Improve the turn rate

- Give it unique animations

 

Utility: 6 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: The Woolly Howl is quite fast and has the Defender’s and Master’s Saddles at its disposal but they don’t help enough with its poor turn rate. Furthermore, it can’t overtake speedier competition like the Skrill, which also has a poor turn rate. That said, I’d love for its turn rate to be improved just enough to give the Sand Wraith a run for its fish. Sure, it won’t have the speed but with an improved turn rate, it’d have a much better chance at surpassing the Skrill or Snow Wraith or be on par with them.

Battle Events: The Woolly Howl has a shot limit of 6 and deals 15 damage per shot (30 for crits). It performs similarly to the Sand Wraith and Skrill; it fires fairly quickly and it’s difficult to aim from the recharge station.

Dragon Tactics: The Woolly Howl has a primary long-ranged attack that has a chance to make your target vulnerable–meaning all attacks on this enemy will land until the turn is over–and a secondary long-ranged attack that reduces your enemy’s movement range for a turn. As a Burst Dragon, it can boost its firepower. It’s essentially another Skrill but better, with just a little more bulk and the ability to increase its damage output for a few turns.

 

Color Options: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Woolly Howl has excellent color options, being fully customizable and having access to a wide range of colors.

 

Animations: 8 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Woolly Howl and the Sand Wraith share the same combination of animations: Toothless and the Skrill. Outside of when the dragon is flying upward, they don’t look that bad but as is the case with most dragons that share animations, unique animations would work best for this dragon. Maybe it can have a regal flare like the Silver Phantom and sit elegantly or stand proudly with its wings out while idling. If it needs to stay playful, perhaps it could be like Cloudjumper in the second movie; maintaining a more stern posture but leave it to its own vices and it’ll act funny.

 

Fireball: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Woolly Howl’s ice blast is as if it were spitting out the harsh winter winds at its enemies. It’s swirly and blue and its little explosion has little white flakes scattering about. It’s fitting for one of the faces of Snoggletog!

 

Design: 9.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Woolly Howl looks very similar to Rise of Berk’s version, save for a few small tweaks; Rise of Berk’s seems bulkier and slightly less “Fury-ish”. That said, School of Dragons’ Woolly looks more friendly and approachable. A special mention goes to the baby Woolly Howl, which is one of the cutest babies alongside a handful of others in my book.

 

Hidden World Glow

The Woolly Howl has an excellent glow, though it did catch me just a smidge off guard. Quite a few dragons have a glow on their belly but the Woolly Howl doesn’t have one. It does have a nice glow under the wings, which most dragons don’t have unfortunately, so I’m not complaining.

 

Final Score: 8.7 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Woolly Howl is a fantastic addition to any flock, regardless of the season! Though not the best racer, it’s a formidable ally to have in battle. It’s best reserved for long-ranged attacks, both in Dragon Tactics and Battle Events.

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Week #4

Titan Woolly Howl

The Titan Woolly Howl is not just a good Snoggletog dragon. Yes, the Chimeragon and a handful of other dragons have some pretty cool Snoggletog skins and yes, the Woolly Howl was one of the dragons who missed out on getting a cozy sweater a few years back. But the Titan Woolly Howl is the Snoggletog dragon to have. If Odin needs some assistance filling up helmets or Santa needs a new sleigh puller or seven, they would use these!

 

Pros

+ Great color options

+ Access to great racing saddles and paints

 

Cons

- Shares animations with the Sand Wraith

- Teeth are the same color as the dragon’s skin

 

Changes?

- Give it unique animations

- Fix the teeth

- Improve the turn rate

 

Utility: 7 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: The Titan Woolly Howl has solid speed but continues to struggle on the racetrack thanks to its lackluster turn rate.

Battle Events: The Titan Woolly Howl now deals 17 damage per shot (34 for crits). It’s best reserved for the recharge station as a shot limit of 6 is nothing to fly home about.

Dragon Tactics: The Titan Woolly Howl now deals more damage and has more health, making it an even greater boon to allies.

 

Color Options: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Woolly Howl has beautiful color options and, minus the antlers (or horns?), it remains fully customizable. However, the “Patterns” section can easily be muted by the main color of the dragon. Just something to keep in mind while customizing your wind riding friend!

 

Animations: 8 Jolly Papas out of 10

Once again, the combination of Toothless’ and the Skrill’s animations don’t look bad on the Titan Woolly Howl but unique animations would do this dragon wonders! Changes that I mentioned in the regular Woolly Howl’s review–in short, throwing in a regal flair–is just what this beauty needs.

 

Fireball: 9.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Woolly Howl’s icy blast is bigger and brighter than its regular counterpart’s. . .however, I can’t help but like the regular Woolly’s blast just a bit more. I love the wind swirls and the snowy particles! It’d be nice if kept one of those features.

 

Design: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Woolly Howl is a majestic beast only a handful of dragon riders have seen, let alone ridden. . .at least, that’s the vibe this Titan gives me. As if the Woolly Howl wasn’t Snoggletoggy enough, the Titan has not one, but two impressive pairs of antlers/horns. It’s a huge upgrade from Rise of Berk’s design. . .save for one thing: The wings. Now, these wings are stunning of course but the feathery appearance of Rise of Berk’s design just speaks to me more.

 

Hidden World Glow

The Titan Woolly Howl’s glow looks like two different glows slapped onto one dragon: A different glow for the Titan and the regular Woolly’s glow. I really like it! Though the extra spots on the wings seem a little out of place, given that there’s not nearly as many spots on the Titan’s wings. . .not that I can distinguish anyways.

 

Final Score: 8.9 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Woolly Howl is a great addition to all flocks thanks to its battle prowess and mystical design. When the winter winds are a little too harsh or you want to look at something to get you in the holiday spirit, this is not a Titan for the job. It’s the Titan for the job. That out the way, happy Snoggletog from me and the gigantic jolly Stormcutter himself!

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About Me:

This part will probably grow over time, and is always under construction.

 

In Game:

IGN: LittleLiky

Dragon count: 36

Titan count: 2

Player since: 13th April 2021

Clan: Ethereal Aura

First dragon: Tanami, Sand Wraith

Latest addition: Seastar, Windwalker

Favourite Dragons: Deadly Nadder, Deathsong, Sand Wraith, Triple Stryke, Furies, Seastormer, Dramillion, Dreadstrider, Fire Terror

Favourite Minigame: Dragon Tactics, closely follwed by Thunder Run

Became UDT: December 9th 2021

Code: HCIDPC

You'll usually find me battling or racing.

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Things I Am a Fan Of: HTTYD of course, Harry Potter, Marvel, Star Wars

MBTI Type: ISTJ-T

Hogwarts House: Gryffindor surprisingly, Hufflepuff was close

Patronus: White Mare, breed of horse

 

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The Woolly Howl is one of my favorite dragons in the game and the titan is one of my favorite DT dragons. The only issue I have with the Woolly Howl is the max happiness animation. I find it a bit awkward. Something about the mouth being wide open and the tail being held so high makes it look awkward to me. I think if the mouth were closed and the tail was lower(like the NLs' max happiness animation)then that would greatly improve it. The same goes for the Sand Wraith since they have the same max happiness animation. I honestly really wish that they would make those changes to the Woolly Howl and Sand Wraith because it's kind of a bummer that 2 of my favorite in game dragons have max happiness animations that I find a bit awkward looking. lol.

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Week #5

Fireworm Queen

I know, I know: Why does this dragon have holiday priority over other dragons? Well. . .I thought it was released closer to New Years but research revealed it came out a few works short. Still a nice and toasty way to end the year and usher in the new one! That said, the Fireworm Queen is a royal Stoker Class dragon best known for her teeny tiny male counterparts. What’s interesting to note is that, in this game only, you can have a male Fireworm become Fireworm Queen size, a Fireworm King if you will. Pretty neat if you ask me!

 

Pros

+ Great color options

+ Nice fireball

+ The few unique animations it has look good

 

Cons

- Has some of Toothless’ stiff animations

 

Changes?

- Give it more unique animations

- Increase firepower to reflect stats

 

Utility: 5 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: The Fireworm Queen is a decent racing dragon with much to be desired when it comes to turning. However, it at least has access to the Defender’s and Rider’s Saddles, something better racers like the Windwalker have yet to receive.

Battle Events: The Fireworm Queen has a shot limit of 6 and deals 15 damage per shot (30 for crits), just like the Gronckle. . .which is disappointing. This is a perfect example of why a dragon’s stat information in the game isn’t a good indicator of its performance anywhere, at least not all the time. Its firepower is listed as 10.3, the highest of any dragon in the game (non-Titan at least), yet it deals as much damage as a Gronckle? And unlike the Gronckle, it’s not a great battler; its very difficult to aim from the recharge station and you won’t get very far with its average shot limit unless there’s a lack of better battlers around. It should at least deal as much damage as the Deadly Nadder but optimally, it’d be cool if it could deal as much damage as the Chimeragon or even the Speed Stinger. Maybe even more than that!

Dragon Tactics: The Fireworm Queen has a primary mid-ranged attack that deals damage to multiple enemies and its secondary move heals itself or an ally in close range. Its tertiary move is a close-ranged attack that also deals damage to multiple enemies, which is common for Aura dragons. Its movement range isn’t the best but it greatly makes up for this with its primary attack. Its healing move is a bit disappointing too so its best to just have this spicy dragon set everything ablaze.

 

Color Options: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Fireworm Queen has excellent color options, being fully customize-able and no limit on how bright or dark it can be, regardless of the colors you go for.

 

Animations: 5 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Fireworm Queen has its own animations mixed with Toothless’ animations thrown in the mix, most notably having his flying animations. It makes for quite a stiff dragon! It just needs its own animations across the board overall. That said, the animations that are unique to it are great, if not a little stiff as well.

 

Fireball: 9.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Fireworm Queen has a bright fireball that has aged really well. The only disappointing part is its explosion. It’s generic and boring, especially when you look at the fireball that caused it! It’d be nice if the fireball exploded like a firework upon hitting something, kind of like the Bonestormer (which has bones fly all over the place) but on a smaller scale.

 

Design: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Fireworm Queen looks great but the animations really hold it back and make it look more stiff and lifeless than it actually is. I really like the bright glow it emits when its happy. Though it does cover its entire body, the simple glow it has around its face is just. . .satisfying to look at, comforting almost. Like a night light that just so happens to breathe fire and can incinerate your skin if you touch it.

 

Hidden World Glow

In a nutshell, the Fireworm Queen looks like a very long lantern in the Hidden World. A very long, good looking lantern! It goes really nicely with the glow around its neck when the dragon is happy. It also has my favorite bonus: The underside of the wings glow!

 

Final Score: 7.9 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Fireworm Queen is an elegant addition to any flock. . .for the most part. The animations really hold this beauty back. If you can look past that however, you can look forward to having the Stoker Class’ most royal dragon on your side, occasionally healing up allies and delivering the pain in Dragon Tactics. Happy New Year everyone!

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Week #6

Skrill

The Skrill is one of the few members of the Strike Class. Dragon riders know this dragon for its ability to redirect and downright ride lightning like it’s nothing. Combined with its aggressive nature, this is quite the dragon to have in your flock.

 

Pros

+ Nice fireball

+ Excellent color options

+ Access to quite a few saddles and paints

 

Cons

- No Hero Skin

 

Changes?

- Tweak the walking animation

- Give it a Hero Skin

 

Utility: 7 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: The Skrill is a pretty fast dragon with access to good racing saddles. However, its turn rate is lackluster. It can turn better than its frosty classmate, the Snow Wraith, but not nearly as good as the Sand Wraith or slower competition like the Stormcutter. So even though it has the speed to keep up, if not outpace the great Sand Wraith, its poor turn rate means it won’t stay ahead for long.

Battle Events: The Skrill has a shot limit of 4 and deals 16 damage per shot (32 for crits). With such a low shot limit, it primarily shines in the recharge station. However, it’s a bit difficult to aim compared to dragons like the Gronckle or Seastormer. Far from impossible to battle with thanks to its relatively high rate of fire, but definitely one that takes a while to get used to.

Dragon Tactics: The Skrill has a long-ranged primary and secondary attack, the latter of which reduces the opponent’s movement for a few turns. As an Aura dragon, it has access to a close-ranged tertiary attack that strikes multiple enemies. It’s an excellent choice in Dragon Tactics but it’s also on the frailer side. It’s best you have something that can soak up hits accompanying your electrifying buddy in the event its attacks miss, especially that close-ranged tertiary attack.

 

Color Options: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

(Original color options)

The Skrill is fully customizable and is able to have an array of colors. Interestingly enough, its Tiny Tooth stage has its original color options, all the way back from 2014, 2015 perhaps? So I'm able showcase the changes a dragon went through in this department for once. Though I now understand why a lot of people would want this back, I'm also very happy with the current color options.

 

Animations: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Skrill’s animations have aged well. . .to an extent. Do they look good when compared to newer dragons? Yes. The main thing that didn’t age too well is the walking animations; yes, the Skrill was shown walking on its wings in Defenders of Berk but it was also shown running on its two legs for a longer period of time. . .eerr. . .in my opinion at least. It was shown on the ground much in its debut. But in Race to the Edge, we finally get to see the Skrill on the ground a bit more, and it walked gracefully on its wings. I’m not against the walking animations we have now but I’m also on board with the walking animations being updated to where it walks on its wings.

 

Fireball: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Skrill has a nice fireball: A little bolt of lightning. It’s simple but it gets the job done. . .only problem is it’s a little small. A longer streak of lightning or a wider blast would do just the trick!

 

Design: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

Other than the size, which I think it should be a bit bigger, the Skrill looks like the electrifying beasts we came to know and love in the shows and, to a much smaller degree, the movies. The electricity surrounding it whenever it’s really happy is an excellent touch! Though of course, this makes riding this dragon even more questionable than it already it is. . but I digress.

 

Hidden World Glow

The Skrill’s Hidden World Glow is quite the sight, especially when you look at its wings. You’re greeted by a myriad of spots on the top side of the wings and surprised with slightly darker tear drops on the under side of the wing! It’s a really nice touch to an already good glow.

 

Final Score: 9.4 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Skrill is as brutal and swift as the stories make it seem. . .sort of. It’s not great at turning and a low shot limit means it can’t perform too well outside of the recharge station but otherwise, it’s great! Bringing in the pain from afar is its specialty, especially in Dragon Tactics. It’s a must have for the racers who are willing to take on the challenge of racing with this living lightning rod and to fighters who are in need of a dragon that can do devastating damage without getting too close.

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Week #6

Titan Skrill

School of Dragons’ Titan Skrill’s design, much like the Titan Gronckle, mirrors the Rise of Berk’s Titan Skrill look. Also like the Titan Gronckle, this is great. Look how fierce and intimidating this dragon looks now, as if it wasn’t fierce enough!

 

Pros

+ “Glowing” patterns

+ Still has amazing color options

+ Still has access to good saddles and paints

+ Cool fireball

 

Cons

- Still no Hero Skin

 

Changes?

- Give it a Hero Skin

- Tweak the walking animation

 

Utility: 7.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: Though the stat page indicates it’s better, the Titan Skrill doesn’t perform any differently than its regular counterpart. . .or if it does, it’s really hard to notice. It continues to be swift but not agile.

Battle Events: The Titan Skrill now deals 18 damage per shot (36 for crits) and has more health. Outside of these boosts, it performs no differently than a regular Skrill.

Dragon Tactics: The Titan Skrill has more health and deals more damage. While this may not matter much with battle events, it’s huge in Dragon Tactics. This means that you’re not as doomed when sending your dragon in range of other enemies. Still, always give your Titan Skrill a companion that can take a few hits since it’s still on the fragile side.

 

Color Options: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Skrill’s color options are spectacular. It’s still fully customizable and there’s no limitations on how bright or dark its colors can be. The patterns of this dragon really pop out, especially when the main color is dark.

 

Animations: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Skrill’s animations continue to look good but it’d be nice if the walking animation was updated to where it walked on its wings instead of walking on its two feet. Or a combination of both! Maybe have it run on its two feet when you’re too far (similar to how it ran in Defenders of Berk) and stroll or speed walk on its wings when you’re close (like how it does in Race to the Edge).

 

Fireball: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Skrill’s fireball is an upgraded lightning blast. It’s not as bright as its regular counterpart’s electrical shot but it makes up for it by having a much deeper blue color and of course being bigger.

 

Design: 9.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Skrill looks like the one we see in Rise of Berk, which looks awesome. It’s what you expect a Titan Wing to be: A bigger, more intimidating version of the Broad Wing dragon in question. It’s an overall great design. . .the only problem is the some of the extra spines running down this Titan’s back clip through its wings while it’s walking, making for a painful predicament.

 

Hidden World Glow

This is where this Titan takes a step back while the Broad Wing flies forward. Does this glow look great? Absolutely, but for some reason, it wasn’t given a glow on the underside of its wings while the regular Skrill has such a glow. However, it is nice that the wing claws/talons glow blue on the top and white on the bottom, a feature I don’t think is present in any other dragon (at the time of writing). I wish this was applied to the rest of the wing on the underside though. . .or, at the very least, the wing bones could have this white highlight applied to them. It’d make this already cool glow look fascinating!

 

Final Score: 9.4 Jolly Papas out of 10

In need of a Titan that can ruin your enemy’s day with a little help from the sky? Perhaps you’re more interested in this dragon’s racing performance and want to destroy the competition with its blazing speed? Regardless of your reason, the Titan Skrill is a Titan every dragon rider needs at least one of. It’s a fierce fighter with intimidating good looks to go with it.

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Week #7

Dramillion + Titan Dramillion

The Dramillion is a colorful Mystery Class dragon introduced in Race to the Edge. True to its name, it could produce a million types of fires if it wanted to. Because the Titan stage is so similar to the regular Dramillion, it will not get a separate review/post.

 

Pros

+ Great fireball. . .or fireballs?

+ Solid racing performance

 

Cons

- Low rate of fire

- Titan isn’t distinct enough from the regular Dramillion

- No saddles

 

Changes?

- Improve the rate of fire; preferably to be more on par with the Scauldron or even Titan Thunderdrum but the Whispering Death or Prickleboggle’s rate of fire would be a great improvement too

- Give it at least one saddle

- Give the Titan a separate set of fireballs from the regular Dramillion

- Make the Titan much bigger

 

Utility: 4.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: Surprisingly, the Dramillion is quite fast and agile. It goes toe-to-toe with the Windwalker, another swift but saddleless dragon. With access to a racing saddle, such as the Rider’s Saddle, I’m sure this dragon could keep up or even surpass the very popular Sand Wraith. Sadly, we have yet to enter such a reality.

Battle Events: The Dramillion has a shot limit of 15 and deals 17 damage per shot (34 for crits) while the Titan Dramillion deals 19 damage per shot (38 for crits). Though it has a higher shot limit than the Scauldron and Prickleboggle, it doesn’t perform nearly as well as the aforementioned battlers due to its low rate of fire. I was, and still am, disappointed by this; of all dragons to be great in Battle Events, I was hoping this would be one of them! Of course, it’s not impossible to get a high ranking with this dragon but that’s assuming your allies consist more Chimeragons, Eruptodons, and Catastrophic Quakens than faster attackers. We’ve seen a dragon’s rate of fire change before in the past, albeit once (to my current knowledge): The Crimson Goregutter. Though it was a change for the worse, it shows it’s possible! So I would love to see this dragon’s rate of fire improved, even if it’s at the cost of reducing its damage output. The dream is to make it fire as fast as the Titan Thunderdrum or Scauldron but I reckon having it fire as fast as the Prickleboggle is more realistic.

Dragon Tactics: Unfortunately, this dragon has yet to be implemented into Dragon Tactics.

 

Color Options: 6 Jolly Papas out of 10 / 5 Jolly Papas out of 10 (Titan)

 

The Dramillion can be colored fairly vibrantly but compared to the Deadly Nadder, it feels a little. . .dull. I’d love for it to be a bit brighter and more on par with what we see in the show. Even the Dramillion farm decoration seems a little brighter! Additionally, the belly and wing spots can’t be customized; they’re stuck as off-white and pink respectively, though the former changes slightly with the main color of the dragon. The scales around the Titan Dramillion’s eyes can be changed but that’s the only difference between the it and the regular Dramillion, hence the lower score. It might as well have stayed the same, and even then that wouldn’t have done this vibrant dragon justice. Though I’m not against being able to make the dragon’s patterns two different colors, I’d be more fine with those patterns being customizable under“Patterns”, alongside the wing spots, and the belly being customizable under “Details”. Swapping them works too! Additionally, I noticed Titan Dramillions’ horns match the main color of the individual. This is evident in the Hero Skin too! So in addition to the aforementioned changed, I’d put the horns under the “Main” section for the Titan.

 

Animations: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

Thankfully, the Dramillion has unique animations and they look pretty good! If I had to have any qualms with anything, it’d be the flying animations. This dragon is fairly swift, yet its wings move kinda slowly. Fortunately, a little speed increase on these animations is all it needs!

 

Fireball: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

(Broad Wing)

(Titan Wing)

Originally, the Dramillion’s fireball was a really nice looking reddish orange blast and the Titan Dramillion’s fireball was a large, bright blue blast. Everything changed for the better when the Snoggletog 2020 update rolled around: This dragon was finally able to spit out a variety of fireballs! Note that these aren’t all the fireballs its capable of producing but it’s a good portion of them. Fun fact, for a few months, the Titan Dramillion didn’t get a damage boost for its fireballs for a while. . .fortunately, that was fixed at some point. However, we now have a new problem: The regular and Titan Dramillion have the same set of fireballs, making it that much more difficult to distinguish the two. I’ve a solution for this: Give the Titan Dramillion its own set of fireballs. The regular Dramillion spits out the fireballs of a few other Titans so I think those should be removed from its “pool” and reserved exclusively for the Titan Dramillion; these removed fireballs could then be replaced with the regular versions of other dragons (or even new ones entirely) and the Titan Dramillion’s pool can be expanded upon with the other Titan fireballs. Here’s an example: One of fireballs a Dramillion can spit out is the Titan Deathgripper’s fireball. While cool, I believe on the Titan Dramillion should be able to use this while the Dramillion uses the standard Deathgripper fireball. Alternatively, it could use the original Titan Deathgripper fireball, which was a slightly bluer version of the regular Deathgripper fireball, if that.

 

Design: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10 (Regular) / 1 Jolly Papas out of 10 (Titan)

The Dramillion looks great here, and in fact, cuter than it is in the show. I couldn’t tell you why though. . .I just find it a lot cuter. That said, the Titan is awful. . .or at the very least, not worth 500 gems or 50 Titan Runes. The only thing to set it apart from the regular Dramillion is its size and the color of its horns and spikes. Now, I know it’s supposed to look like the Titan Dramillion from Race to the Edge but at least that one stood out like a sore thumb from its Broad Wing comrades. Why? It was huge! Plus there’s the whole thing with it being able to turn invisible but the Changewing doesn’t even do that in SoD so I’m not getting into that. So if it’s gonna go by the one in Race to the Edge, go all the way! I’d be okay spending 500 gems/50 runes for a Dramillion that could go toe-to-toe with a Crimson Goregutter. . .maybe not that big, as cool as it sounds, but maybe double or triple the size could work. Now, you all may be wonder, “well, why does the Titan Humbanger get a good score but not the Titan Dramillion? It doesn’t change much either.” There’s two reasons for this: Bias and the changes are more noticeable. I’ve had more experience with the Titan Humbanger thanks to Titans Uprising so I had no problem spotting it when it made its great debut in the Dreadfall 2021 storyline. The bigger, more curved horns, pointier spikes, the tail bludgeon’s more deadly! I didn’t need a Broad Wing Humbanger to stand (err, hover?) next to the Titan to distinguish it as such. I can’t do that with the Dramillion unless I see it up close and notice a slight color change of all things. As it stands, I think it’d be better if the Titan upgrade for the Dramillion was cheaper than other Titans; 250 - 300 gems/25 - 30 Titan Runes seems fairly reasonable.

 

Hidden World Glow

(Broad Wing)

(Titan Wing)

The Hidden World Glow is the Titan’s saving grace. Of course, both the regular and Titan Dramillion have a beautifully vibrant glow fit for a dragon that might’ve eaten a rainbow or two in its lifetime but what I really like about the Titan’s glow is it stands out from the regular Dramillion’s glow. It greatly remedies a big problem I have with this Titan!

 

Final Score: 8.1 Jolly Papas out of 10 (Regular) / 6.1 Jolly Papas out of 10 (Titan)

The Dramillion is an adorable dragon full of surprises. You’ll never know what’s gonna fly out of its mouth and it has great potential on the race track. However, its Titan stage leaves a lot to be desired and honestly–until it’s added to Dragon Tactics, in which case it’ll benefit from the boost–not worth investing in.

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I totally agree about the titan Dramillion. Ever since its release I've thought that they need to make some changes to it, so that it's obvious it's a titan, or they need to lower the amount of titan runes/gems required for it.

 

Speaking of saddles for dragons, does anyone else wish they would release saddles other than the Racing ones they've been releasing? The Racing ones honestly look a little awkward. It looks like they've just been superglued to your dragon and on big dragons that tiny saddle looks kinda ridiculous. I bought the one they recently released for the Sentinel and almost took it back off my Sentinel when I saw how it looked. The Sentinel is a big dragon and that saddle is laughably small on it. The only thing that stopped me from removing it is that I like having saddles on my dragons. I feel the same way about the one for the Seastormer. If they'd release Rider's saddles for the dragons that have the Racing saddles I'd buy the Rider's saddles in a heartbeat and take the Racing saddles off my dragons. If they don't want to release the Rider's saddles anymore then I suggest a size increase for the Racing saddles and give them some straps so it doesn't look as if we've superglued saddles to our dragons.

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I'm not too fond of'em either. You're onto something with that super glue thing I think; isn't the Ridgesnipper or Slitherwing saddle coated with dragon saliva or something so it doesn't slide off? xD It's kinda funny that their called "Racing Saddles" yet they have no boosts. . .except for the Slitherwing. Why? Or if these saddles do have boosts, why aren't they displayed like the other racing saddles? If it's decided they don't need racing boosts for whatever reason, why not have them boost happiness like the Snoggletog Saddles? In addition to the changes you recommended, these saddles have so much ignored potential. Hopefully that'll changed in the future.

 

On the topic of these. . .interesting saddles, why did the Sand Wraith get one? Not even Toothless or the other starter dragon got one, not that it really matters at the moment. It is odd though; the Sand Wraith is the last dragon who needs a saddle if you ask me, having access to the Defender's and Rider's Saddles. A little happy that the Sentinel and Snow Wraith got one but as you said. . .they don't look good on these dragons. And if I were a dragon, I don't think I'd want to wear a saddle coated in spit! xp

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Now that you mention it I do think I remember reading something about dragon saliva on at least 1 of the saddle descriptions. Kinda....super awkward. XD

 

I've also noticed that even though they're called Racing saddles they don't seem to give any stats boosts. I have no idea why they called them that if they're not intentioned to give stats boosts. It's kinda misleading. If they do give boosts no one has any idea what they are because they're not listed in the store.

 

Hopefully something with these saddles changes or they just start releasing different saddles altogether. I'm just not the biggest fan of how these saddles currently look.

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Week #8

Light Fury

The Light Fury is a Strike Class dragon closely related to the legendary Night Fury. This Light Fury in particular is Toothless’ mate and like Toothless, is locked behind an active membership. It’s worth noting that Rise of Berk and Titans Uprising have no Light Furies outside of this individual either and the former has her locked behind a membership as well.

 

Pros

+ Unique animations

+ Great fireball

 

Cons

- Membership exclusive – if your membership runs out, she takes up a space in your stables

- It’s Toothless’ girlfriend – I’ll try to make this short: Toothless’ lady friend leaves a rotten taste in my mouth for reasons I won’t dive into here. Considering there were multiple Light Furies in the third film, I was hoping SoD wouldn’t follow in Rise of Berk’s footsteps and gives us customizable Light Furies. Alas, three years later, and I’m still bummed out. Now, I’m not mad for the reason behind this: Money. DreamWorks needs money, JumpStart needs money, SoD needs money. Nothing wrong with that! I just wish this wasn’t the route taken to get to that destination.

- No saddles

- Can’t use glowing algae. . .not sure why

 

Changes?

- Don’t let her take up stable space. Instead, give her and Toothless a special stable specifically for them. That way, when your membership runs out, you don’t have two useless dragons taking up space for dragons you have permanent access to.

- Give her at least one saddle

- Replace Toothless’ girlfriend with a customizable Light Fury. Long story short, two ways to go about it: Enable customization but keep the dragon locked behind an active membership or put Light Furies with inferior stats into the store while keeping Nubless behind a membership. Said “lower” Light Furies could even be introduced with an event before being put in the store later down the line.

- Let her use the glowing algae viles. At the very least, she can use the blue one like the rest of her family!

 

Utility: 6 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: The Light Fury is one of the fastest dragons in the game. She races similarly to Toothless. However, there’s one problem: She’s the only one in her family who doesn’t have a saddle! Which means she can struggle to keep up with the King of Dragons and their kin.

Battle Events: The Light Fury has a shot limit of 6 and deals 28 damage per shot (56 for crits). Like Toothless, it’s possible to use her from the recharge station but she’s not easy to aim and her slow rate of fire doesn’t warrant making the effort.

Dragon Tactics: The Light Fury has a primary mid-ranged attack that reduces the target’s damage for a few turns and a secondary mid-ranged attack that has chance to burn the enemy. As a Camouflage dragon, she can boost her dodge for a few turns. Note that the primary attack has a slightly longer range than the secondary attack by one tile. If you don’t look at the other Furies, the Light Fury is a solid fighter. She’s not super great but she’s not bad either. If you compare her to the rest of the Fury family however. . .she falls short. Severely. She can’t boost her stats all at once like Toothless or Pouncer nor does she have the invisible ability like all of her kin. I think it’d make sense for her to have this ability too in place of blocking, just like the Night Lights. It won’t improve her performance much but it’ll at least make her worth looking at when choosing a Fury to take into battle.

Stable Missions: Of the three gem stable missions, the Light Fury can be used in one: Bright Light Flight. She’ll provide the same boost as Toothless if you get her past rank 30. Since you can send two Furies on this quest, this means if you have her and Toothless, Dart, or Pouncer at rank 30, your success rate will be as high as 80%!

 

Color Options: 0 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Light Fury can’t be customized outside of paints.

 

Animations: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Light Fury has such smooth animations compared to Toothless. She doesn’t bob so violently as she’s flying up and she runs nicely. Unlike her kin, her animations don’t feel too slow either. Also, she swats at the air for  her sitting idle animation in the same manner she whacked Toothless in the movie. Definitely the most well-animated Fury of the bunch.

 

Fireball: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Light Fury has a vibrant purple plasma blast that seems small until it strikes something. In that case, its explosion consists of a huge purple ring! It’s not as magical as the Night Lights’ plasma blasts but it is on a bigger scale and it still holds up really well. It’s a bit similar to what we see in the movie, minus the lack of orange flames in the middle as the blast cools and vanishes. Quite frankly, I think it’s well off with those so I’m not complaining! There is one disappointing thing involving the fireball though: The Light Fury can’t cloak with it here! Imagine firing a fireball in the sky and you have a few seconds to fly through it so your dragon can turn invisible momentarily. That’d be neat. . .though I’m not sure how such a mechanic would be introduced. Plus, if the Changewing, the first dragon to disappear right before your eyes (and without heat mind you!), can’t vanish then neither can our fellow Strike Class cloakers.

 

Design: 9.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

This isn’t just any Light Fury we’re working with. This is Toothless’ mate. Nubless! Queen of the Hidden World! So it’s no surprise she looks good. However, she could use more emotion; Toothless’ animations may be outdated but his expressions are so bright and lively whereas the Light Fury just kinda. . .exists I guess. Except for when her happiness is maxed out and she’s not being ridden, then she’s almost as lively as Toothless. . .almost.

 

Hidden World Glow

While the Monstrous Nightmare’s neon blue glow is a little too bright, the Light Fury’s glow is a little too dark, especially when compared to Toothless, Dart, and Ruffrunner! Making it just a bit brighter, or at least making the patterns pop more, would be great.

 

Final Score: 7.1 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Light Fury. . .has not aged well, performance wise anyways. She’s outclassed by the rest of her family for a number of reasons, from having saddles to improve racing performance to having better abilities in Dragon Tactics. She makes for an elegant trophy dragon though, having excellent animations coupled with a great fireball.

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Week #9

Smothering Smokebreath

The Smothering Smokebreath is a small dragon from the Mystery Class. Like the equally small Terrible Terror, it has power in numbers and is known to blind enemies with a thick smoke as it scavenges for metal. Unlike the Terrible Terror, it doesn’t need a Titan Stage to be ridden.

 

Pros

+ Has access to quite a few saddles and paints

 

Cons

- Reuses Toothless’ animations

- Poor thing can’t sit

 

Changes?

- Give it unique animations and let it sit!

- Change up the color options

 

Utility: 5 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: The Smothering Smokebreath is surprisingly fast, considering its size and what it has to carry on its back. That said, it’s not fast enough to be a top-tier racer like the Sand Wraith or any of the Furies but it could go wing-to-wing with the slightly more agile Stormcutter.

Battle Events: The Smothering Smokebreath has a shot limit of 5 and deals 16 damage per shot (32 for crits). It’s low shot limit means it doesn’t do well outside of the recharge station. Though it has a good rate of fire, it isn’t an easy dragon to aim from the station.

Dragon Tactics: The Smothering Smokebreath has a mid-ranged primary attack that reduces the opponent’s attack for a few turns, a close-ranged secondary attack that strikes multiple enemies but lacks a secondary effect, and–because it’s an Aura Dragon–a close-ranged tertiary attack that hits multiple enemies at once. Its range isn’t great and without moves to make up for the distance it can’t reach right away, this dragon struggles to get anything done early. Once enemies are baited in closer, it’s as troublesome as they’re portrayed in the shows. It’d be nice if its secondary attack had a secondary effect; since it’s a dragon notorious for blinding others with its smoke, maybe this attack can have a chance to blind the enemy for a turn or two or even stun them!

 

Color Options: 5.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Smothering Smokebreath is fully customizable but its colors are too. . .dependent on each other. The Main color heavily influences the majority of the dragon instead of each section standing out nicely. For instance, if I made the Smokebreath’s main color green and the “Patterns” section purple, the latter will show up grayish. It doesn’t help that the “Details” section tends to be difficult to notice. Thankfully, there’s a simple solution to this: Simply make the main and secondary sections more distinct. Instead of one impacting how the other one looks, they should solely focus on their section. Because the dragon is small and doesn’t have many patterns to begin with, there’s not much that can be done with the “Details” section. Perhaps it could be the dragon’s eye color like it is for the Night Lights? That’d really help these feisty fellas stand out more!

 

Animations: 4 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Smothering Smokebreath reuses Toothless’ animations and like the Sweet Death, it can’t sit. These animations continue to age poorly as more and more dragons come out with smooth and unique animations. This dragon, like quite a few older dragons, need an animation overhaul, both so it could have smoother motions and to better showcase its personality.

 

Fireball: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Smothering Smokebreath’s fireball starts off fairly bright and orange and becomes brighter and white as it rushes towards something before disappearing with a smoky explosion. It looks great for the most part! Shape wise, it looks pretty similar to the Typhoomerang and Stormcutter’s fireballs, which is unfortunate. However, I don’t think the Smokebreath’s fireball needs to change shape to stand out; instead, the aforementioned dragons’ blasts need to be changed.

 

Design: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Smothering Smokebreath looks good. It’s small, yet it doesn’t need to a Titan upgrade to be ridden. . .not like it has one (at the time of writing). I believe it was made bigger so it doesn’t look at ridiculous when you’re riding it but whether that’s true or not is a mystery.

 

Hidden World Glow

The Smothering Smokebreath has a surprisingly nice glow. I mean, it’s not like I expected it to be bad but I didn’t think it’d have so much detail to it. I like the little spikes running down its chin alternate; the first and third spikes don’t glow but the second and fourth ones do. The glow on its wings are really good too!

 

Final Score: 6.9 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Smothering Smokebreath is a cute addition to any flock if you can handle the smoke and it’s metal thieving tendencies. While it’s lacking in the looks departments, primarily the animations and the color options, it has Dragon Tactics potential and could wreck havoc on the track if the more popular, swifter dragons aren’t in sight.

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Week #10

Shockjaw

The Shockjaw is a Tidal Class dragon first introduced in Rise of Berk. It, alongside a few other dragons, was bestowed the honor of being a secondary starter dragon in 2016, giving more riders a chance to explore the Archipelago with this bright dragon.

 

Pros

+ Great color options

+ Cool fireball

+ Access to a lot of paints

 

Cons

- No saddles

- Reuses Toothless’ animations

 

Changes?

- Give it a racing saddle

- Give it unique animations

 

Utility: 7.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: The Shockjaw is a good racer if you didn’t get your hands on the infamous Sand Wraith or grab a Nadder. It has nice speed and pitch rate, accompanied by a decent turn rate. Like the Razorwhip, its biggest hindrance is the lack of saddles.

Battle Events: The Shockjaw has a shot limit of 9 and deals 10 damage per shot (20 for crits). While it doesn’t have a high shot limit like the Whispering Death or Monstrous Nightmare, it’s still above average and has a higher rate of fire than both of the aforementioned dragons. It’s possible to use it from the recharge station, albeit with some difficulty.

Dragon Tactics: The Shockjaw has a mid-ranged primary attack that reduces how much your opponent can move across the board and a close-ranged secondary attack that has a chance to give your target the Injured condition. As a Speed Dragon, it can increase its movement range for a few turns. It’s a good dragon to bring, so long as you don’t bring it too close to heavy hitting enemies. In fact, it’s great at keeping these enemies at bay! Perfect if you happen to bring a less defensive team into battle.

 

Color Options: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Shockjaw underwent a texture change last year but, thankfully, remains fully customizable. . .save for one thing. Originally, you were able to change the color of the little barbel tips but that’s no longer the case. Though it’s a small detail I liked to alter, it doesn’t disappointment me too much.

 

Animations: 6 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Shockjaw came out during a time when more dragons reused other dragons’ animations rather than having unique ones. As more dragons with not only unique but good looking, smooth animations come out, the Shockjaw looks more and more obsolete. On top of aging poorly, they don’t give you Shockjaw vibes. When I watch the Shockjaw move, I think of it as Toothless wearing another dragon’s skin. In short, it needs an animation overhaul, albeit not as badly as the infamous Monstrous Nightmare or Typhoomerang.

 

Fireball: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Shockjaw has a small but vibrant fireball with a nice explosion. Though not as extravagant as the Night Lights’ plasma blasts or the Grapple Grounder’s fireball, it has aged pretty well.

 

Design: 9.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Shockjaw looks similar to Rise of Berk’s rendition of the dragon. The worse part about it–and it’s not even that bad–is the face. It feels emotionless compared to Rise of Berk’s joyous individuals. The reused Toothless animations amplify this further.

 

Hidden World Glow

The Shockjaw has a nice glow. . .however, there is one thing I would’ve liked to see: The patterns at the end of the wing having a nice glow ending in a soft fade. It could use the blue used on the fins or even start green and fade into the aforementioned blue!

 

Final Score: 8.6 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Shockjaw is a great dragon to take on the Archipelago with. It’s fairly fast and it can hold its own in battle. While it doesn’t look bad, it could look far better with a much needed animation overhaul.

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Titan Shockjaw

The Titan Shockjaw has a very neat deep sea aesthetic, making it an excellent Dreadfall dragon alongside the Boneknapper. It was the last of the secondary starter dragons to acquire a Titan stage.

 

Pros

+ Access to a lot of paints

 

Cons

- Still no saddles

- No unique animations

 

Changes

- Touch up the fireball

- Give it unique animations

- Give it a racing saddle

 

Utility: 8 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: The Titan Shockjaw performs similarly to its regular counterpart: Fast and agile but no saddles to further improve those attributes.

Battle Events: The Titan Shockjaw now deals 11 damage per shot (22 for crits) and has more health to boot. Outside of these boosts, its performance remains unchanged.

Dragon Tactics: The Titan Shockjaw now deals more damage and has more health, allowing it to soak up hits just a bit better. Still, it’s best to keep it away from heavy hitters and in fact let it keep said heavy hitters at bay.

 

Color Options: 9.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Shockjaw underwent some texture changes, much like its regular counterpart last year. Crazily enough, it actually made the dragon more customizable! For instance, the dragon’s wing bones were white but can now be altered under the “Details” section. The blue patterns running down its back and its belly continue to be unchangeable but certain sections of the latter and the belly are impacted by the main color of the dragon.

 

Animations: 6 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Shockjaw continues to reuse Toothless’ animations, making it fairly stiff and void of any personality beyond Toothless’.

 

Fireball: 8.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Shockjaw has a bright blue fireball that is slightly bigger than the regular Shockjaw’s. Is it a bad looking fireball? Not by any means! But is it a good upgrade to the regular Shockjaw’s fireball? No. It doesn’t even have a nice explosion to go with it; it strikes something and vanishes. No fizzling out or even a smoke cloud! If anything, it feels like the fireballs should’ve been swapped. Bad news aside. . .it’s still a good looking fireball. Just in need of a little touch up. Throw in the purple electricity from the initial fireball and give it an explosion more similar to the aforementioned fireball but on a bigger scale and you have yourself an excellent fireball for our electrifying sea friend.

 

Design: 9.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Shockjaw’s deep sea aesthetic makes it look eerie, making it a solid candidate for a Dreadfall dragon! However, this dragon’s textures look. . .sloppy, especially compared to its regular counterpart. If this could be cleaned up, it’d make the dragon look even nicer!

 

Hidden World Glow

Unlike the regular Shockjaw, the Titan Shockjaw seems to have gotten a new Hidden World Glow with the texture change. It used to be a lot more blue and a few other things I sadly don’t remember. It’s not as clean as the initial glow but I welcome the pink addition! However, I would’ve left blue as the dominant color and throw in bits of pink here and there rather than the current state of the glow. Fun fact, there’s a Broad Wing Shockjaw flying around in the Hidden World Annex that has the Titan Shockjaw Glow for some reason. If you want to see the glow in action without Titaning up your own Shockjaw, you can pay a visit to this dragon!

 

Final Score: 8.3 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Shockjaw is a sloppy dragon when it comes to its textures and its fireball leaves a lot to be desired but other than that, it’s a star! It’s solid speed and agility make it a decent racer until you can get your hands on something even faster and it continues to be a solid choice for battle events and Dragon Tactics.

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Hi!
I love these and would like to request adult and titan stormcutter
Thank you!

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Name: Rune the Viking 

gender: male

fav dragon: stormcutter 

hobbies: listening to music, watching movies 

fav books: shadow and bone trilogy by Leigh bardugo

instagram: @runetheviking_

age: teen

 

my dragons:

shock and wave the adult seastormer

plasma the adult chimeragon

ruffrunner the adult nighlight

pouncer the adult nightlight

thunderwing the sand wraith

glacier the woolly howl

scorpio the deathgripper

tornado stryke the triple stryke

stormjumper the stormcutter

thunder the deathsong

spikeback the deadly nadder

stormlight the skrill

sharpshot the razorwhip

fire storm the dramillion

firewing the monstrous nightmare

blazewing the monstrous nightmare

inferno the singetail 

sound wave the thunderdrum

loid the thunderdrum

rocktail the gronckle

hobble the hobgobbler

silent blaster the whisperingdeath

still stone the elder sentinel

downpour the scuttleclaw

lava wing the eruptodon

rock wing the eruptodon

frostwing the groncicle

sheildwing the armorwing

slimeball the flamewhipper

 

art by others

 

slitherwing stormcutter hybrid by the extremely talented just_visiting

 

night fury with skrill skin by the amazing chameishida

 

my seastormer and chimeragon done by the amazing blue kitsune!

 

my blue diamond diamondhem also done by chameishida

 
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Fret not, friend! It's already set for Week 16. ^^ So that set of reviews will come out between March 7th and March 11th!

 

Edit: Oops! Mixed some things up; it's actually Week 15. Same time frame though!

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If the skrill and snow wraith had turning that was on par with pouncer, they would become just about as threatening in racing as each other in dragon tactics. A slight speed upgrade from the 9.2 to 9.9 would suffice any who enjoy flying skrills, along with an acceleration boost from 2.9 to 4.0 as well (after all, these dragon are supposed to be extremely acccurate when it comes to flying, so much so that it rivals Toothless). Interesting set of reviews that you're making here.

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I'm glad you're enjoying things so far! I agree with your points; both those dragons are said to give the Night Fury a run for his money, yet they can barely do so in the game. Personally, I could live without the speed upgrade (not that I'm against it either) but the acceleration boost and especially a turn rate improvements are big musts! I'd love for them to decimate the track. ^^

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Indeed, the only dragons that can give the furies a run for their dragon nip is the nightlights and the swiftest turning dragons, any dragon that doesn't have higher acceleration or turn than them will be left in the dust. As a racer, speed is less the issue (but always appreciated for lore reasons) because the only way a skrill or snow wraith can beat every fury in the game right now is only reserved for the most skilled riders at handling them... which is held by only a few.

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Week #11

Chimeragon

This particular Chimeragon is a Mystery Class hybrid that debuted in the 2020 Snoggletog event before eventually coming to stores for good. It was also added to the 2021 Snoggletog event just a week before it ended, replacing the Golden Dragon as the final prize. While we don’t know all the components of this dragon, we do know it has some Sentinel and Bewilderbeast blood coursing through its veins. This is perhaps this closest we’ll get to having our own Bewilderbeast. . .a fact that I can live with.

 

Pros

+ Awesome fireballs

+ Great color options

+ Access to a lot of nice skins, including 2 stellar but event exclusive skins–the 2020 and 2021 Snoggletog skins

 

Cons

- Chibi-esque proportions

- No saddles

 

Changes?

- Give it a racing saddle

- Adjust the proportions a little

 

Utility: 8 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: The Chimeragon is surprisingly fast, being able to barely outspeed the Scauldron. That said, it’s not anything to fly home about; an average racer with solid speed and agility but no saddles.

Battle Events: The Chimeragon has a shot limit of 6 and deals 35 damage per shot (70 for crits). It fires fairly slowly but it’s easy to aim from the recharge station. That means it’s not ideal but it’s more viable than other dragons like the Eruptodon or Catastrophic Quaken.

Dragon Tactics: The Chimeragon has a long-ranged primary attack with no secondary effects, a close-ranged secondary attack that strikes multiple enemies and slows them down, and a long-ranged tertiary attack with no secondary effects but it can strike enemies farther away than the primary attack. It can’t boost its firepower like other Burst Dragons. The Chimeragon is one of the best dragons in Dragon Tactics since it deals so much damage without needing any boosts. Plus, two of its three attacks have a great range so it doesn’t need to get near enemies and it’s fairly good movement range makes it so when it does get close to enemies, it can obliterate them with the close-ranged attack.

 

Color Options: 9.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Chimeragon is fully customizable and can sport a variety of colors. Why doesn’t it have a perfect score? Well, “Patterns” section is so easily muted by the main color of the dragon. I wish it popped out more. Otherwise, this dragon’s color options are perfect!

 

Animations: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Chimeragon has its own animations and they’re pretty solid! It can be just a little stiff when it’s walking but considering it does have Sentinel blood in its veins, a dragon which is very stiff if you don’t bother it.

 

Fireball: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Chimeragon was revolutionary when it comes to this. Yes, the Dramillion is the dragon known for producing a million different fireballs. . .but it wasn’t until the Chimeragon was introduced that it finally got that feature in the game. It spits three different fireballs: A fairly generic fireball followed by an icy blast that is essentially a mini version of the Bewilderbeast’s water-to-ice blasts which is then followed by an electrical blast. They all look great and the explosions are satisfying to watch! It consists of a bunch of swirls before gradually fading away. At the moment, this is without a doubt the best set of fireballs in the game.

 

Design: 9.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Chimeragon looks like a mini Bewilderbeast with some of the Sentinel’s rock-like scales and maybe even the Night Fury’s tail fins. . .big emphasis on maybe. Regardless of its DNA, it looks pretty good! My only qualms are the chibi-ish proportions, if I can call them that. The head is really big and the rest of the body seems small in comparison. It looks like it’s not done growing. . .but it is. I’d much prefer if the body was bigger, to go alongside the huge head. That, or make the head smaller.

 

Hidden World Glow

The Chimeragon has a beautiful glow. I like to imagine it inherited the Bewilderbeast’s glow, seeing as it doesn’t have anything from the Sentinel in this regard. Or perhaps its another dragon in its DNA. Who knows! At the end of the day, it’s one of the best glows of 2020.

 

Final Score: 9.4 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Chimeragon is a phenomenal dragon to add to any flock. It’s an excellent dragon to use in Dragon Tactics and it has a little potential when it comes to battle events. It’s also a very nice looking hybrid for the most part.

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Deathly Galeslash

To celebrate Valentine's Day, I figured it'd be best to look at a hybrid from my favorite dragon. The Deathly Galeslash is a Sharp Class hybrid between the beautiful Deadly Nadder and the ever wise Stormcutter. It made its debut in Titans Uprising before eventually arriving on school grounds as the first non-event hybrid in 2020. With the Stormcutter’s four wings and the Deadly Nadder’s blinding hot flames, this dragon is a force to be reckoned with.

 

Pros

+ Unique animations

+ Awesome fireball

+ Great color options

+ Access to a lot of paints

 

Cons

- No saddles

 

Changes

- Give it a racing saddle

- Make the wings bigger

 

Utility: 7 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: The Deathly Galeslash has the Stormcutter’s agility and the Deadly Nadder’s solid speed. Unlike its parents however, it doesn’t have any saddles to boost these attributes further.

Battle Events: The Deathly Galeslash has a shot limit of 6 and deals 18 damage per shot (36 for crits). Like the Gronckle and Deadly Nadder, it has an “infinite range” in the Training Grounds, meaning you can strike the ship from the recharge station no matter how far it sails if you aim it right. Not even the great Scauldron or Seastormer has this attribute but they do fire faster than the Galeslash. The Gronckle fires faster as well and is a bit easier to aim so this hybrid definitely has competition no matter how it battles.

Dragon Tactics: The Deathly Galeslash has a long-ranged primary attack that has a chance to burn the opponent and a long-ranged secondary attack that deals more damage but has no secondary effect. As a Speed Dragon, it can boost its movement range and dodge for a few turns. While this dragon struggles to pick up a KO, the Deathly Galeslash is still a worthy ally to have on your team. It’ll at least leave a sizable dent in your opponent’s defenses, making it easier for you and your other team-mates to clean everything up! The same can apply the other way around of course. It’s not the bulkiest dragon in the world but the movement range boost combined with long distance attacks means it’ll seldom have to worry about getting attacked.

 

Color Options: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Deathly Galeslash is fully customizable and has access to a wide range of colors. Like the Stormcutter, it has a nice fade going on in various parts of its body, like its wings and whiskers.

 

Animations: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Deathly Galeslash has its own animations that lean just a bit more into its Deadly Nadder parent. It keeps its wings clean and shakes its head around occasionally. Its flying animation is really good and in fact, I’d love for it to be applied to the Stormcutter! The way it has all four wings spread out while it’s gliding is very similar to how Cloudjumper flies in the movie, assuming he’s not trying to be stealthy of course. Additionally, there’s a small but nice touch in these animations: Almost every time it fires, it blinks, as if the blast is too bright even for it! It may be a stretch or even be unintentional but I like the detail nonetheless.

 

Fireball: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Deathly Galeslash has a very vibrant and bright fireball. The way it flickers as it soars through the air reminds me of a candle or even torch flames! Not to mention the nice explosion it has; nothing extravagant like the Chimeragon or the Light Fury but not dull like the Deadly Nadder or Fireworm Queen. Its parents should take notes!

 

Design: 9.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Deathly Galeslash looks very similar to Titan Uprising’s design. The most notable difference is the size of the wings: They’re noticeably smaller! I much rather prefer the wings be bigger and maybe even have them walk on these bigger wings. However, I like the face substantially better on SoD’s design than Titan Uprising and in fact, outside of the wing thing, I like it a lot more.

 

Hidden World Glow

The Deathly Galeslash has a vibrant. . .soft glow? Most parts of this glow look softer than either of its parents. Not that it’s a bad thing! It looks elegant and clean, plus all four of its wings glow on the under side! The Deadly Nadder doesn’t even have such a feature with two wings. If I had to change it, I’d probably make the blue more saturated to be more in line with the blue on the Stormcutter’s glow.

 

Final Score: 9.3 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Deathly Galeslash is a wonderful addition to any flock. It has the Stormcutter’s grace with the Deadly Nadder’s beauty! Or is it the other way around? Regardless, its strong point is battling, where it can wreck havoc from the recharge station during battle events or incinerate foes from afar in Dragon Tactics. Happy Valentine's Day!

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Chimeragon: I think his proportion is normal. In fact, if you take off the "crown" of Bewilderbeast, you will see that his body structure is similar to that of a Night/Light Fury or even a Sandbuster, only the "crown" makes his head look bigger. It's a fun illusion because it's cute lol
 
Deathly Galeslash: Oh friend, so much to talk about this one... For me, his animations were the best in the "4-winged dragons" category...his animations are amazing! remind me of Cloudjumper from the 2nd movie, and it was better than Stormcutter or Bonestormer itself...
There are some details that I noticed...is that the wings of the TU version are from Stormcutter, but in SoD they are from Nadder (hence the impression of being smaller). I particularly like the SoD version, if only they were something like that "Stormcutter-sized Nadder wings" would be much better. Another thing is that the TU version has dorsal sails, the SoD version only has thorns
Another thing (a little disappointing) is that in the hero skin, the tail and the spots on the eyes are the same color as the spines, and the color of the spines mix with the colors of the wings... in the customization, the tail and the spots of the eyes are the same color as his belly, and he only has 2 colors on his wings instead of blending all 3, which makes him look subtly less colorful...
But it's still perfect!
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This is so interesting, definitely tracking!

(lowkey waiting for the sand wraith, but all are so nice and worth reading. good job!)

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Week #13

Deathgripper

3 years ago today, How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World came out in theatres in the US (not including early viewings and whatnot of course) so to celerate, we're covering a fan favorite (and fan feared) that made its debut in the film. The Deathgripper is a ferocious Strike Class dragon. Under Grimmel the Grisly’s command–or rather, their sedative venom–they aided in the extinction of the swift and intelligent Night Fury. Thankfully, the games allow us to see this dragon with its own free will and though they’re still terrifying, most would say they’re terrifyingly cute.

 

Pros

+ Unique animations

+ Good color options

+ Access to racing saddles and a few nice skins

+ The baby stage is too cute

 

Cons

- All of its paints are messed up in some shape or form; for instance, the orange and blue paint show up as a really beautiful blue, seemingly Flightmare themed skin.

- Hero Skin is forced onto the dragon in Dragon Tactics

- Disappointingly slow

 

Changes?

- Fix the skins. Yes, the Dreadfall/Flightmare skin looks stunning but it should be released in the store separately, not replace one of the other skins!

- Touch up the fireball

- Make it faster

- Don’t force the Hero Skin onto the dragon in Dragon Tactics

 

Utility: 5 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: The Deathgripper has access to quite a few saddles and it was pretty fast in the movie (when it needed to be anyways). Surely, the same dragon that hunted down the unholy offspring of lightning and death itself would be fast, right? Saying I’m wrong would be an understatement; this dragon is not only slow, but one of the slowest! I might love these dragons a little too much but I feel the Deathgripper was done a severe injustice here. Not every dragon can be the next Sand Wraith, let alone Fury, but I really wish the Deathgripper was one of the few that could. For now, we can only dream. On the bright side, it’s pretty agile, which can’t be said for faster dragons like the Snow Wraith.

Battle Events: The Deathgripper has a shot limit of 6 and deals 15 damage per shot (30 for crits). An average shot limit of and an equally decent rate of fire means it’s just that: Decent. It’s difficult to aim from the recharge station, making it a less than ideal choice to use from there. Stick to your Gronckles, Sentinels, or Titan Thunderdrums!

Dragon Tactics: The Deathgripper has a mid-ranged primary attack that has a chance to deal very high burn damage and a secondary close-ranged attack that poisons the target. As an Armor dragon, it can boost its dodge and regenerate a little health for a few turns. This dragon greatly relies on chance; it’s firepower is considerably lower than its attack power and as such, its primary attack isn’t nearly as devastating as its secondary attack unless it lands that burn; in that case, it tends to do so much damage to the enemy, they’re finished before they can act. That’s not to say the Deathgripper isn’t a good dragon to use; though it’s range hinders it, its mid-ranged attack helps it slightly and when it gets close, there’s a good chance it’ll OHKO or severely hinder the opposition. However, there’s a lot of changes that could be made to make it better. Making its primary attack long-ranged would greatly help with its lackluster movement across the board. If this can’t be done, improving the dragon’s movement works. Additionally, though this dragon is unbelievably sturdy, I don’t think it should be an Armor dragon; though the little health rejuvenation is nice, the dodge boost is. . .well, hit or miss. Again, it makes the Deathgripper rely on chance. That dodge boost doesn’t mean it’ll actually dodge anything! I think it should be a Tough dragon or even a Speed dragon, the latter of which would remedy the whole movement issue.

 

Color Options: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Deathgripper has solid color options, though they’re inferior to the Titan’s color options for one reason: The wings. While you can color the wings independently from the dragon’s main color with the Titan Deathgripper, you can’t do that here. That said, it doesn’t look bad but I’d prefer the wings and the main color of the dragon not be under the same section.

 

Animations: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Deathgripper was given unique animations that give it a more playful personality. . .well, when you keep it idling. It moves ferociously and it flies swiftly (err, well, it at least looks like it’d fly swiftly) but when it’s standing around at max happiness, its little tongue will be sticking out and its eyes will be wide. It’s a great reminder that in the right hands, these terrifying Strike Class dragons are like acid spitting puppies. When sitting, it looks around; nothing phenomenal but the wide-eyed expression and curious sniffs just add to the cuteness. My only wish is for it to hold its limbs back when it’s flying; it only holds them back when it’s diving and it looks a little awkward, as if it it was constantly standing on something. It’d make sense for it to adopt a more streamline appearance when it’s flying, wouldn’t it?

 

Fireball: 6 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Deathgripper’s fireball is fairly generic. It doesn’t look bad of course but this dragon spits out acid that ignites seconds after leaving its mouth. To have it just be this small, green blast is disappointing. There’s a number of ways this could be remedied: Increasing the size, adding some orange to it, and/or making the explosion have lingering flames would be great! Said flames could then slowly fizzle away until there’s nothing there. . .kinda like the Chimeragon’s fireball.

 

Design: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

So SoD took the cuteness meter and threw it into a volcano. The Deathgripper is just super adorable here! And the baby Deathgripper? More heart melting than the acid they spit out.  It’s just nice seeing this great under-utilized dragon living its best life here. . .that’s what I like to think when I see these happy lizards flying around at least. The only complaint I have, and it doesn’t even have to do with the dragon itself, is how we ride it. You’re kinda just. . .uhh. . .hangin’ in there with your cheeks. Moving the character a little lower would make look a little less ridiculous.

 

Hidden World Glow

Eh. . .I’m not really feeling this dragon’s glow. It doesn’t look bad but I also think it could look a lot better. A different color perhaps? Different patterns? I’m not sure what would make it better but every time I look at it, it gives me Prickleboggle or Slitherwing glow vibes: Underwhelming. And not understanding why I feel like this myself, I couldn’t even tell you why.

 

Final Score: 8.2 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Deathgripper is an adorable addition to any flock–yes, you read that right. It is a dragon full of untapped potential; it’s in need of a huge speed boost and it could use some work in Dragon Tactics. Of course, it’s still a viable option in the latter thanks to the huge burn damage it can inflict. If combat isn’t your cup of tea, this dragon is great for exploring the archipelago, whether it be thanks to its smooth animations making exploration fun or the fact that it only takes a drop of acid to set your enemies on fire.

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Week #13

Titan Deathgripper

The Titan Deathgripper was one of the fastest Titans to come out following the dragon’s main debut. . .well, before dragons debuting alongside their Titan stage became more common anyways. Whereas most dragons have waited–and are still waiting–years for their Titan stage, this one rolled out less than a month after the dragon’s release. Crazy to think about. . .and speaking of speedy releases, this Titan continues to not be fast but the huge tusks and larger size makes it even scarier than the original Deathgripper.

 

Pros

+ Unique animations

+ Excellent fireball

+ Great color options

+ Access to quite racing saddles and nice skins

+ Hero skin isn’t forced in Dragon Tactics

 

Cons

- Still pretty slow

- All of its paints are messed up in some shape or form; for instance, the orange and blue paint show up as a really beautiful blue, seemingly Flightmare themed skin. Thankfully, they’re Titan friendly but still.

 

Changes?

- Make it faster

- Fix the skins and make the Flightmare/Dreadfall skin available separately in the store

 

Utility: 5.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: The Titan Deathgripper. . .is still a disappointment on the race track. Agile, yes, but fast? Only on Opposite Day. A speed increase is a must!

Battle Events: The Titan Deathgripper now deals 17 damage (34 for crits) per shot. It’s still not a great dragon to use due to its average shot limit and difficulty aiming from the recharge station but it can at least help take down ships a little faster.

Dragon Tactics: The Titan Deathgripper now has more health and deals more damage. It also has a slightly better ranged than the regular Deathgripper. . a boost that applies to all Titans that I didn’t learn about until now, January 2022. Sadly, it doesn’t help much but some help is better than none! It’s even more of a menace on the battle field now, especially if you’re lucky enough to land the burn effect often with the primary attack.

 

Color Options: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Deathgripper has excellent color options. Some parts of it, like the main color of the dragon, tends to stay very dark and thus, you won’t get colors like cloud white on it but instead a gray or silver color. While I’d love to see Deathgrippers, Titan or not, sport these vibrant colors all over their bodies, I don’t mind the current color situation either. It’s fully customizable too, and I love how the wings can be a different color from the main color of the dragon. . .or in this case, a different color from the dragon’s armor-esque scales.

 

Animations: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Deathgripper continues to have great animations that showcase this killer dragon’s friendly and playful side perfectly.

 

Fireball: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

Originally, the Titan Deathgripper had a very disappointing fireball. It didn’t look bad but it was just a bluer version of the regular Deathgripper’s fireball. Then a much needed update rolled and gave us the fireball we have today. It’s huge and it has hints of orange. Honestly, this is how the regular Deathgripper’s fireball should’ve looked like!

 

Design: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Deathgripper is substantially more menacing with its huge, curved tusks. And if that wasn’t enough, it even has an extra pair of smaller tusks protruding just behind the main pair! It’s truly this dragon-eating beast no one wants to mess with. . .and then you get to the footies. While it has huge forearm pincers, its back legs remain fairly thin. There’s some meat to them for sure but compared to the front, they look like sticks! And yet, it just adds to this dragon’s cuteness. Huge, mighty, sharp tusks and pincers, coupled with itty bitty footies.

 

Hidden World Glow

Just like the regular Deathgripper, I’m not really a fan of the Titan Deathgripper’s Hidden World Glow. I do like that it’s brighter but I’m still not feeling it, especially since it’s so similar to a glow I wasn’t already that fond of. Again, not sure why I’m not a huge fan of it but it has yet to grow on me.

 

Final Score: 9.1 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Deathgripper is the dragon you summon when you want to remind hunters why you shouldn’t harm dragons. It’s menacing, yet it has a playful side for its companions. Scary exterior, derpy interior. I’d pick up a dozen of these; though they’re not the most useful Titan, they still look pretty great and make for excellent Dreadfall Titans if you need some!

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Week #14

Catastrophic Quaken

The Catastrophic Quaken is a powerful Boulder Class dragon introduced in Race to the Edge. With its split jaws and spiky exterior, you’re sure to bring fear into even the toughest of enemies!

 

Pros

+ Unique animations

+ Good color options

 

Cons

- No saddles

- Only has a nose if you give it the Hero Skin

- Not available in Dragon Tactics

 

Changes?

- Give it at least one racing saddle

- Implement it into Dragon Tactics

- Give it a nose. . .?

 

Utility: 1 Jolly Papa out of 10

Racing: The Catastrophic Quaken has a good turn rate and a decent acceleration but, like the Prickleboggle, good acceleration doesn’t mean much when your speed isn’t that great to begin with. Its pitch rate also leaves a bit to be desired. Speed boosts are its friends.

Battle Events: The Catastrophic Quaken has a shot limit of 6 and deals 36 damage per shot (72 for crits). Although the damage is impressive, it recharges and fires slowly, meaning it’s not much of a threat during battle events no matter your style.

Dragon Tactics: The Catastrophic Quaken has yet to be implemented into Dragon Tactics (at the time of writing).

 

Color Options: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Catastrophic Quaken is fully customizable and can be as bright or dark as you desire it to be.

 

Animations: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Catastrophic Quaken has excellent animations, showcasing the tough softy this dragon is. Like the Gronckle and the Hotburple, it wags its tail wildly at max happiness, all the while maintaining a fairly serious look. It’s funny and cute! That said, there is one thing I wish they did: Have the dragon roll around in some shape or form. Maybe if you’re too far, it’ll roll around to catch up or just roll around when you’re not riding it in general. This dragon’s whole thing is being like a giant armadillo and rolling into all who stand before it and alas, the most rolling I see it do is in the Battle for the Edge expansion. If it rolled around more often, it might just break the Jolly Papa scale.

 

Fireball: 7 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Catastrophic Quaken’s fireball is a bit disappointing. It doesn’t look horrible but it looks like a downgraded version of the Eruptodon’s fireball in almost every way. Less colors and much darker but also bigger. I can’t complain much since giving it those attributes would just make it another version of the Eruptodon’s fireball–in fact, it’s be more like a Titan Eruptodon’s fireball, should we ever get one–but it’s still a bit of a let down.

 

Design: 9.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Catastrophic Quaken looks like the ones in Race to the Edge, minus one feature: For some reason, it doesn’t have nostrils. Granted, I didn’t even know this was the case until I checked for myself after someone mentioned the Hero Skin giving this dragon the nostrils is needs and now I can’t unsee it. Of course, that was also just me being less than observant with this pointy boulder with wings. Moral of the story: Please give this dragon its nose back. I’m pretty sure it misses breathing through its nose and smell fresh rocks in the morning.

 

Hidden World Glow

Once again, the SoD team nailed it with the wings! They’re so good. . .now if only this was applied to the underside of the wings. So many dragons don’t have it, and it becomes an even greater shame for dragons like the Catastrophic Quaken who have such a good top wing glow.

 

Final Score: 7.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Catastrophic Quaken makes for an excellent trophy dragon due to its rarity around the Archipelago. . .though such a rarity isn’t without reason. It’s not particularly useful outside of looking good, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing! It’s never bad to have a dragon just to explore the world with. It’s missing its nostrils though, unless it’s wearing its Hero Skin. Hopefully it gets those back one day without the skin.

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Week #15

Stormcutter

In celebration of my birthday, we’re taking a look at my favorite dragon of all time: The Stormcutter. A large Sharp Class dragon that made its debut in the second film, the most prominent individual in the films (and the only individual we’d ever see in the films. . .don’t mind my bitterness): Cloudjumper. These beauties can turn their heads 180 degrees, maybe even 270 like their owl inspiration! Though they can be intimidating–what dragon isn’t–the Stormcutter also has a soft side, from being intricate enough to delicately put their rider on the ground to supplying their allies with fish. . .from their gullet.

 

Pros

+ Excellent color options

+ Access to great racing saddles and paints

+ Mostly unique animations

 

Cons

- Red Racing Stripes (the one with the swirlies, not the most recent one with bands) isn’t Titan friendly; not only does it revert the Titan’s textures to the regular Stormcutter’s but it also shows up blurry on mobile

- Freezes up when gliding to the side

- Lower jaw kind of. . .covers the dragon’s head when its sleeping

- Much smaller than portrayed in the films. . .which wouldn’t be a problem if Cloudjumper wasn’t a constantly reminder of how small our Stormcutters actually are

 

Changes

- Fix the jaw thing when the dragon is sleeping

- Fix the Red Racing Stripes

- Remedy the freezing issue when side gliding

- Update the fireball

- Make the dragon bigger

 

Utility: 7.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: The Stormcutter may not be the fastest but it’s quite agile, plus it has access to racing saddles! A little speed boost would be great but that’s my bias for these Sharp Class beauties talking. It has potential but it can’t even think about going wing to wing with a Sand Wraith. Similar to the Gronckle, it has a shot at surpassing less than agile dragons like the Skrill since it doesn’t have to worry about slowing down for sharp turns.

Battle Events: The Stormcutter has a shot limit of 8 and deals 15 damage per shot (30 for crits). While it has a higher than average shot limit and has a solid rate of fire, it won’t reel in gold every time. It has a little potential in the recharge station but it’s not easy to aim and it doesn’t fire as fast as more popular choice like the Scauldron or even the Gronckle.

Dragon Tactics: The Stormcutter has a close-ranged primary attack that reduces your enemy’s damage for a turn and a long-ranged secondary attack that burns the enemy for a few turns. As a Tough Dragon, it can heal itself and regenerate health for a few turns. The Stormcutter is a solid choice due to its durability but its range leaves much to be desired. Its secondary attack is sure to severely hinder or downright take an enemy, whether it’s the initial attack that gets the job done or the burn damage following. The damage reduction from its primary attack combined with its self-healing properties means it tends to have great longevity and can fare well on its own.

 

Color Options: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Stormcutter has amazing color options and there’s no limit on how vibrant or dull this dragon can be. The best part has to be the wings as they have a nice fade.

 

Animations: 9 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Stormcutter has its own animations for the most part but the ones it does share with other dragons–Toothless–aren’t as accessible anymore due to the removal of Eel Roast and playing with your dragon. These shared animations didn’t reduce the dragon’s score though; it’s the fact that it freezes when it side glides, an issue that has been lingering for years. Additionally, the Deathly Galeslash’s flying animations would be great for the Stormcutter, particularly when it’s gliding. As it stands, when the Stormcutter glides, its wings clip into each other. While the Stormcutter is notorious for this two-wing illusion, the clipping isn’t exactly appealing.

 

Fireball: 6 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Stormcutter’s fireball is very similar to the Typhoomerang’s save for a few color changes and maybe a slight change to the blast’s tail. It’s not a bad looking blast and I love how bright it is but it doesn’t scream Stormcutter. I’d love for the Titan’s fireball to be used for the regular Stormcutter; it wouldn’t be as cool as it being the “blazing torus” we see in the film but it’d be much better than what we have now.

 

Design: 9.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

Normally, sized down dragons don’t bug me as much but for the Stormcutter? It really stings because there’s a lot of quests with Cloudjumper, which serves as a bitter reminder that my own Stormcutters are not just smaller him, they downright look like hatchlings next to him. It’s kind of adorable but I really wish the Stormcutter was bigger. Of course, the dream of having a Cloudjumper sized Stormcutter is just that: A dream. When your Stormcutter sits next to Cloudjumper, it’s half his size; maybe it can go up to his secondary wings? We have some fairly big dragons now with the Goregutter so such a suggestion might not be as far-fetched as it would’ve been when the dragon first came out.

 

Hidden World Glow

The Stormcutter has a nice orange and blue glow. Kind of like a more vibrant version of Cloudjumper’s colors! I just wish the under side of its wings had a glow on them like the Deathly Galeslash.

 

Final Score: 8.4 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Stormcutter, though greatly downsized and in need of some tweaks to its animations, is a great dragon to add to your flock. It looks great and it has potential in the game’s various activities, with it excelling in Dragon Tactics. Also, it has a sitting idle animation where it’s coughing up nothing as a reference to the scene in the second film. . .neat.

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Titan Stormcutter

The face of all the reviews’ rating system. Make room. . .or not! The Titan Stormcutter, as regal and awesome as it is, doesn’t get much bigger than the regular Stormcutter and still looks puny alongside Cloudjumper. One would be wise of overlook this though; this elegant Titan is a must have, whether you have a dozen like yours truly or trying to figure out what your first Titan will be.

 

Pros

+ Great fireball

+ Excellent color options

+ Still has access to a lot paints and racing saddles

 

Cons

- Still freezes when side gliding

- Lower jaw still goes over the head when the dragon is sleeping

- Red Racing Stripes aren’t Titan friendly and blur the dragon’s textures on mobile

- Still pretty small

 

Changes

- Make it a bit bigger

- Fix the lower jaw issue

- Fix the Red Racing Stripes

- Fix the side gliding issue

 

Utility: 8 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: Don’t let the stat card fool you; even though it says the Titan Stormcutter is better than the regular Stormcutter on the racetrack, it performs no differently. A solid choice but there’s faster dragons out there.

Battle Events: The Titan Stormcutter now deals 17 damage per shot (34 for crits) and has more health, meaning it can afford to be around the ship longer. However, it still struggles against dragons with higher shot limits like the Monstrous Nightmare. It has potential to get you in the gold rankings but it doesn’t have the potential to do it every time like the Titan Thunderdrum does.

Dragon Tactics: The Titan Stormcutter now deals more damage, has more health, and has a slightly better range of movement. I feel like this movement boost helps it out more than some other dragons, like the Rumblehorn, but I couldn’t say why outside of preference towards the dragon. Perhaps it’s because more enemies will be in range for that lethal secondary attack or it allows it to get the opposition’s attention, meaning by the next turn or so, it’ll land that primary attack. Either way, it’s still a good dragon to bring.

 

Color Options: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Stormcutter continues to be fully customizable and has no limit on how dark or bright it can be. While it doesn’t have that same fade on the wings as the regular Stormcutter does, it makes up for it with the wing tips.

 

Animations: 9 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Stormcutter has solid animations, save for the side gliding issue and the fact that the gliding animation as a whole should be replaced with the Deathly Galeslash’s gliding animation or something similar. The wing clipping when its gliding is more prominent in here than it is with the regular Stormcutter due to the wing edges.

 

Fireball: 8 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Stormcutter’s fireball looks good but I feel it could be so much more. I feel this should be given to the regular Stormcutter and the Titan should get something different. Something brighter, something more cool to see! Maybe a different color? The Sentinel started out with orange flames before getting blue flames as a Titan so it’s not out of the question. Not sure how else it can be made cooler, aside from making it more like a twirling fireball if it can’t be a flaming torus.

 

Design: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

Wisdom. Elegance. Power. This is what the Titan Stormcutter represents. Is it a stretch? Outside of my heart, yes. But it looks so good, it overrides the size complaint I still have for it. The wings are now lined with feather-line edges, a huge nod to its owl origins and its impressive horns are only made even more mighty. It now has double the wing talons and its spikes kind of split down its back, similar to how Toothless’ own spines split open for various reasons! Could this be a nod to how it’s said all dragons can do something similar? Who knows. . .at the end of the day, SoD’s Titan Stormcutter is vastly superior to Rise of Berk’s, an occurrence that seldom occurs.

 

Hidden World Glow

The Titan Stormcutter’s glow is more or less a swap of the regular Stormcutter’s glow in a few areas and more saturated. Once again, there’s no under wing glow, which is always a bit of a let down, but it’s a nice looking glow otherwise!

 

Final Score: 9 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Stormcutter is a great Titan for anyone to have, especially if they happen to be Stormcutter enthusiasts like myself! It really shines in Dragon Tactics and it’s far from the worse picks when it comes to battle events and racing. Outclassed of course, but not bad. It has the same air as the Titan Woolly Howl: Wise and imposing but a friend once you get to know it.

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Buffalord

The Buffalord is a Mystery Class dragon from Race to the Edge. It’s known for it’s “yak-like nature” and the healing properties in its saliva, which is said to be the only cure for the otherwise fatal Scourge of Odin.

 

Pros

+ Unique animations

+ Access to a lot of paints and racing saddles

+ Excellent color options

 

Cons

- Not available in Dragon Tactics (at the time of writing)

- Orange/Coral Racing Stripes are always on the dragon in the Hidden World

 

Changes?

- Implement it into a Dragon Tactics

- Remove the aforementioned racing stripes from the Buffalord’s Hidden World glow

 

Utility: 2 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: Though it has access to excellent racing saddles, the Buffalord doesn’t have the speed to even stay in an opponent’s dust. However, it’s good at making turns so speed boosts are on the table for it.

Battle Events: The Buffalord has a shot limit of 6 and deals 23 damage per shot (46 for crits). With a low rate of fire and constantly changing trajectory, this lovable giant doesn’t perform well in battle events no matter your style.

Dragon Tactics: Sadly, the Buffalord has yet to see the light of day in Dragon Tactics.

 

Color Options: 9.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Buffalord is fully customizable. However, the “details” section can be muted by the main color of the dragon. Additionally, the “patterns” section–basically the stripes on this dragon–are typically darker than the other customizable parts of the dragon, though I have no qualms with this.

 

Animations: 9.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Buffalord has its own adorable animations, primarily the ones that have it puffing up. The sitting idle animation consists of it seemingly spooking itself and puffing up as a result, which is all too reminiscent of a pet doing something similar. It also puffs up while it’s firing but this sadly wasn’t carried over to when it fires while flying, hence the score.

 

Fireball: 8 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Buffalord’s fireball is fairly generic and while it looks solid, it’s not nearly as impressive as what we’ve seen in the show. Not that I need to be an exact replica or anything but this dragon is said to produce massive, uncontrollable flames. . .and this is the opposite. Still, it’s not as generic as the Deadly Nadder’s fireball and I like the color so a good score it receives.

 

Design: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Buffalord looks pretty great! The amount of detail this dragon has and its stubby, chubby limbs are my favor aspects of it. If I had to change anything at all, it’d be the eye color; the baby Buffalord has blue eyes that shift to brown eyes upon maturing (which is a really nice touch by the way). There’s science behind that but I’d much like our Buffalords to keep their lovely blue eyes.

 

Hidden World Glow

Thanks to how round it is, the Buffalord kind of looks like a flying sun in the Hidden World. For some reason, it has the orange/coral racing stripes beneath its glow; it shares such a trait with the Windwalker. While I’m all for dragons having their paints in the Hidden World (which I know isn’t possible since the glow itself is a skin). . .it doesn’t look great here. Considering it isn’t even supposed to be like this, it makes sense and I hope the paint can be removed from the dragon so we can fully enjoy its glow.

 

Final Score: 7.8 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Buffalord is a great trophy dragon. It does have a small amount of potential on the race track if you’re loaded with speed boosts but for the most part, it’s just a nice dragon to take around the Archipelago. Adorable in fact, with its round physique and stubby limbs! Just be mindful of the jolly dragon’s drool; wouldn’t want anyone getting hurt slipping in that!

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Titan Buffalord

The Titan Buffalord gives the Buffalord the terrifying look it needs to live its sedentary lifestyle. It might not keep all the hunters away but it’ll definitely scare away a few!

 

Pros

+ Awesome fireball

+ Still access to a lot of paints and saddles

+ Excellent color options

 

Cons

- Still not in Dragon Tactics

- Orange/coral racing stripes still show up in the Hidden World

 

Changes

- Implement into Dragon Tactics

- Remove the orange/coral paint from the Hidden World Glow

- Fix the dragon’s texture changing with the Mystery Class paint and the blue/orange Warpaint; the change doesn’t look bad by any means (a bit rough around the edges at worse), I’d just like it to be consistent. The dragon’s current color options could be swapped to this alternate color scheme as well.

 

Utility: 3 Jolly Papas out of 10

Racing: The Titan Buffalord continues to be great at turning and not much else on the racetrack.

Battle Events: The Titan Buffalord now deals 25 damage per shot (50 for crits) and has more health. Its low rate of fire continues to hinder it.

Dragon Tactics: The Titan Buffalord has yet to be implemented into Dragon Tactics (at the time of writing).

Stable Missions: The Titan Buffalord is a good dragon to use if you’re trying to get Titan Runes. They’re essentially extra Titan Deadly Nadders!

 

Color Options: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Buffalord shares the same color options as the Buffalord. However, when wearing the Mystery Class Paint or the Warpaint, it showcases a different scheme (the Hero Skin also shows this but that hides your dragon’s colors anyways) that also looks really good! Maybe it’s a sign this Titan will undergo a texture/scheme change like the Eruptodon and Shockjaw did? Only time will tell.

 

Animations: 9.5 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Buffalord continues to have adorable animations.

 

Fireball: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Buffalord’s fireball is amazing. It’s essentially a massive explosion ripped from a movie! It’s perfect for a dragon with uncontrollable explosive flames. This is how I envisioned the regular Buffalord’s fireball to look like, save for maybe a size decrease. Even these days, where the new Furies’ plasma blasts and the Chimeragon’s fireballs exist, this fireball is one of the best in the game.

 

Design: 10 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Buffalord is quite menacing, which is perfect for a dragon that won’t do much until it’s too far from its home; if the looks don’t scare anyone off, those extra sharp spikes and huge horns would surely do something. . .though I do feel bad that this dragon barely has a neck, yet it has such huge horns on its head.

 

Hidden World Glow

The Titan Buffalord’s glow is the same as the regular Buffalord, even down to the orange/coral paint application. . .that, or it’s really similar and I can’t spot a difference. It’s not bad by any means but I’d like for it to have a more distinct glow like other Titans have.

 

Final Score: 8.4 Jolly Papas out of 10

The Titan Buffalord makes for a great Dreadfall dragon alongside the Boneknapper and Bonestormer. It isn’t much better than its regular counterpart in terms of utility but it at least has the added bonus of bringing in Titan Runes.

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Wasn't sure if you knew so I thought I'd tell you since you update the reviews when changes are made, the Humbanger has a saddle now. It was added yesterday when the Hushboggle was released. It's the type of saddle that they've been releasing lately.

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Oh cool! Well. . .maybe not cool, only because they usually don't have racing boosts. xp But thanks for telling me! I'll add an update to the Humbanger reviews. ^^

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Yeah, I would rather them release Rider's or Sleek saddles.

 

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