Fan-Fic Fridays: The Secret Symbol - Chapter 20: Firery Situation

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Finally, done with Finals!


Now I can focus on the things I've wanted to do and or get done.


I will post this chapter now and then one tomorrow.


Things are getting very interesting.


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Here are links to the chapters of my fan-fic series.  The books go in chronological order.


The Clue of the Missing Socks.

Chapters 1 and 2                         Chapter 3                                       Chapter 4

Chapter 5                                      Chapter 6                                        Chapter 7

Chapters 8 and 9                        Chapter 10                                     Chapter 11

Chapters 12 and 13                     Chapters 14, 15, and 16             Chapter 17

Chapter 18                                    Chapter 19                                      Chapter 20

Chapter 21 and 22                      Chapter 23                                     Chapter 24 and 25

Chapter 26 - There is a hidden surprise.  Can you find it?

Chapter 27                                   Chapter 28, Part 1                         Chapter 28, Part 2

Chapter 29                                   Chapter 30                                       Chapter 31

Chapter 32                                   Chapter 33                                       Chapter 34

Chapter 35                                   Chapter 36                                       Chapter 37

Chapter 38                                   Chapter 39                                       Chapter 40

Chapter 41                                   Chapter 42                                       Chapter 43

Chapter 44                                   Chapter 45, Parts 1 and 2


The Mysterious Frozen Fire

Chapter 1         Chapter 2         Chapter 3         Chapter 4         Chapter 5         Chapter 6

Chapter 7         Chapter 8         Chapter 9         Chapter 10       Chapter 11       Chapter 12

Chapter 13       Chapter 14       Chapter 15        Chapter 16       Chapter 17       Chapter 18  

Chapter 19       Chapter 20      Chapter 21        Chapter 22, Part 1       Chapter 22, Part 2 

Chapter 22, Part 3

Epilogue/Preview for my Third Story!


Thoughts of Guilt

Chapters 1 and 2          Chapters 3 and 4          Chapter 5          Chapter 6          Chapter 7

Chapter 8          Chapter 9          Chapter 10          Chapter 11          Chapter 12, Part 1

Chapter 12, Part 2          Chapter 13         Chapter 14         Chapter 15         Chapter 16

Chapter 17 and 18         Chapter 19         Chapter 20         Chapter 21         Chapter 22

Chapter 23         Chapter 24         Chapter 25         Chapter 26         Chapter 27

Chapter 28         Chapter 29         Chapter 30         Chapter 31         Chapter 32

Chapter 33         Chapter 34         Chapter 35         Chapter 36 and 37

Chapter 38, Part 1         Chapter 39, Part 2         Chapter 40, Part 3         Chapter 41

Chapter 42, Parts 1 and 2         Chapter 43         Chapter 44

Chapter 45, Part 1         Chapter 45, Part 2


On the Edge of Mystery

Chapter 1          Chapter 2         Chapter 3        Chapters 4 & 5    Chapter 6, Parts 1 and 2   

Chapter 7          Chapter 8         Chapter 9            Chapter 10       Chapter 11        Chapter 12

Chapter 13        Chapter 14       Chapter 15          Chapter 16        Chapter 17       Chapter 18

Chapter 19        Chapter 20       Chapter 21          Chapter 22       Chapter 23      Chapter 24

Chapter 25        Chapter 26       Chapter 27         Chapter 28        Chapter 29 Parts 1 and 2 

Chapter 30       Chapter 31       Chapter 32 and 33                         Chapter 34 Parts 1 and 2 

Chapter 35 Part 1         Chapter 35 Part 2        Chapter 35 Part 3        Chapter 36


The Secret Symbol

Chapter 1    Chapter 2    Chapter 3    Chapter 4    Chapter 5

Chapter 6    Chapter 7     Chapter 8    Chapter 9    Chapter 10

Chapter 11    Chapter 12    Chapter 13    Chapter 14    Chapter 15

Chapter 16    Chapter 17    Chapter 18    Chapter 19    Chapter 20

Chapter 21   Chapter 22   Chapter 23   Chapter 24 and 25

Chapter 26    Chapter 27    Chapter 28    Chapter 29 and 30

Chapter 31    Chapter 32    Chapter 33    Chapter 34    Chapter 35

Chapter 36    Chapter 37    Chapter 38    Chapter 39

Chapter 40 and 41    Chapter 42    Chapter 43, 44, 45, and 46


The Legend of Shadow Mountain

Chapter 1    Chapter 2    Chapter 3    Chapter 4    Chapter 5

Chapter 6    Chapter 7    Chapter 8    Chapter 9    Chapter 10

Chapter 11    Chapter 12    Chapter 13    Chapter 14    Chapter 15

Chapter 16   Chapter 17    Chapter 18    Chapter 19    Chapter 20

Chapter 21    Chapter 22    Chapter 23    Chapter 24    Chapter 25

Chapter 26    Chapter 27    Chapter 28    Chapter 29    Chapter 30

Chapter 31    Chapter 32    Chapter 33    Chapter 34    Chapter 35

Chapter 36    Chapter 37    Chapter 38    Chapter 39    Chapter 40

Chapter 41    Chapter 42    Chapter 43    Chapter 44    Chapter 45 & 46

Chapter 47    Chapter 48    Chapter 49    Chapter 50    Chapter 51


Teaser "Trailer" for Book 8 - Conquest of the Truth


The Crimson Storm

Chapters 1 and 2     Chapter 3    Chapter 4    Chapter 5    Chapter 6

Chapter 7    Chapter 8    Chapter 9    Chapters 10 and 11    Chapter 12

Chapter 13    Chapter 14    Chapter 15    Chapter 16    Chapter 17    Chapter 18

Chapter 19    Chapter 20    Chapter 21    Chapter 22    Chapter 23

Chapter 24    Chapter 25 and 26    Chapter 27    Chapter 28    Chapter 29

Chapter 30    Chapter 31    Chapter 32    Chapter 33    Chapter 34

Chapter 35 and Epilogue

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         As soon as the blue fire had stopped, a brief moment came for us to relax and catch our breath.  But this moment is only brief as again the same exact roar came and blue fire started to spew.

         I then thought, “Wait a second…”

         To be heard above the chaos around us, I yelled over to Hiccup, “Do you see something wrong in this Night Fury’s pattern?”

         Hiccup took a second to study the dragon, still from the safety behind the pillar.  Yet again, the dragon in front of us did the identical pattern we first saw.

         Hiccup called back, “Yes, I do see something wrong.  For starters, the fire pattern is all wrong.  Night Furies don’t spew, they shoot blast streams, short and long.  Not to mention the fact that the fire is blue and roar is not like Toothless’.  His fire is purple.”

         When Hiccup ended, the same pattern happened again.

         “Dawn?” I asked.

         “What?” she replied.

         “Do you see my bow down there on the floor?” I said.

         Dawn answered, “Yes.”

         “You don’t have to do what I am doing to ask, but can you reach down and grab my bow?” I asked.

         She responded sarcastically, “And time it right to not get roasted by the Night Fury?”

         “Exactly,” I said.  “I would do it myself, but I am going to move ahead and grab some cover behind a pillar in front of us.  The quicker we get this dragon or whatever it is to stop shooting fire, the quicker we can end this.”

         “Okay,” Dawn nodded.  “Guess that makes better sense.”

         The roar followed by the fire spew came yet again once Dawn had finished.

         I stated, “Next time it stops, go.”

         Each time the dragon fired and stopped, it was about two minutes… but only thirty seconds between blasts.

         One minute went by… almost two…

         “Get ready,” I said as I readied to move forward.  When the fire stopped, I rushed around the outside of the pillar and yelled, “GO!”

         The pillar I had seen previously is about five or more yards away from the pillar Dawn and I had been behind.  So, first I had to drop down into the arena, which is a three foot drop from the pillar’s floor I was standing before.  Then I sprinted to the next pillar and plastered my back on the pillar.  Looking back, I saw Dawn had my bow in hand and waited for me to turn around.  The moment I turned around to see Dawn, she threw the bow at me.  Realizing my bow, which is also a sword, is now hurling at my head, I thought it would not be a bad idea to duck.  Doing so, the upper point of the bow clanged off the pillar landed right in front of me and slightly to my left.  Grabbing it quickly, I got back into cover in the nick of time as the fire started again.  For me, it was less than thirty seconds for I am closer to the source, but still what is thirty seconds?  I saw the fire shoot around me and also saw Dawn get back into cover in time.

         The fire shooting around me is quite unsettling.  Because I had to grab my bow from the ground, I am only sitting with my back on the pillar and with my knees up near my face.  My sides and the front of my legs are only a few inches from the fire itself!  I could stand, but I did not dare move because I have little or zero room for error not to get burned.

         I called back to Dawn, “Are you trying to take my head off?!”

         She answered in her normal “It’s your fault not mine,” tone, “I’m sorry!  I’ve never thrown a bow before!  I’m more used to axes.”

         “For the record,” I said, then grinning at what I am about to say.  “You throw like a girl!”

         I heard the start of a word from Dawn, but I think she realized what I said.  So, she said instead, “No wonder you are the leader of your group of friends.  Your perception is second to none… as in nothing.”

         When the fire stopped, I quickly stood up, grabbed an arrow out of my quiver, loaded it onto my bow, shot a quick glance at what is in front of me, and got back behind the pillar a few seconds before the fire started again.

         “Jarl?!” said Hiccup.  “This is definitely not a Night Fury.  In fact, I don’t think it is even a dragon itself!  The pattern is so exact and identical every time, it seems more like a mechanical booby trap to protect something.”

         “Good,” I stated.  “Then you won’t mind what I was thinking of doing if it was a dragon anyway.”

         The next time the thirty second period came, I took the entire period to plan a way of attack.  I figured out two ways I could continue on.  Then once the fire came, I took the two minutes to decide which way I am going to go.  I also noticed that these pillars are overlaid with the green dragon proof metal.

         I am banking on the fact that the pattern will stay the same.  Two minutes then thirty seconds.  If the pattern does not stay the same… well…

         While the fire blasted around me, I closed my eyes, slowed my breathing, and waited.

         The moment the fire stopped, I bolted around the right side of the fire, made an angled run to a pillar one row in front of me, only three feet to my right, and using my right foot jumped up.  Pushing off with my foot and going towards the left pillar, I pushed off again to get on top of the pillar I initially push off on.  I then leapt forward, running, using each step as a step on top of each pillars.

         The closer I got, the louder I heard the constant wind sound.  When my gut was telling, me it was getting close to thirty seconds, I aimed my grappling hook to the roof, fired it, and made it lock onto the chain, and jumped up and forward off the pillar.  Then I heard the change in wind; the fire is coming!

         Because I immediately locked the chain as soon as I fired it while the hook was flying through the air, the moment it will hit the roof the end of the chain will be me; I will be elevated over the fire.  At least, that is the plan.

         The fire came, but I am on top of it.  I swung on my chain.  When I saw, I could make the platform with the source of the fire, I pressed the button on my gauntlet and release the housing for the chain itself so I could fall towards the ground below to where I was aiming.  I am about ten feet about the platform and the angle I took, made me fly over the source of the fire.  When I landed, I somersaulted.  As I rolled, I drew my arrow on my bow.  Then when I completed the roll, I went to a knee and fired the bow!

         The sound of the arrow hitting my target sounded like it hit metal.  Then the sound of gears grinding to a halt came and the wind sound and fire stopped!

                  I said out loud as I stood up, “Please tell me someone saw that move?”

         There came no answer, “Figures,” I replied.

         The sounds of metal surprised me.  Thinking I was still firing at a dragon, I walked up to my target.  The shadows while the fire was blowing, made it hard to see.  Then when it left, it made it even difficult to see.

         Walking over to a nearby torch, I came back over to my target.  The light from the torch revealed a metal and gear “beast” which looked like a Night Fury.  Making a quick study of the object, I saw where the fire was coming from and cut the rope connected to a wind shaft in the wall itself.  I did so on both sides.  When I did, a when the roar of the wind came again, something flew up in the wind shaft and the end of the rope went with it.  The wind itself blew at me and then stopped.  The fire from the machine itself spurted and the stopped.  The weight in the wind shaft kept going up.  Looking back at the “beast” I saw two funnels on both sides of the beast that would catch the wind from the shafts.

         The wind would then fuel a type of blower similar to Gobber’s forge.  This blower would then blow the blue fire into the mouth of the “beast.”  The beast’s head looked like it could turn left and right with a slight rise every time it came back to the middle.  The source of the fire is like a forge with blue coals, but the forge is made in such a way to shoot the fire out of the beast’s mouth.  Reason I could see all this is because the beast is made out of a skeleton of dragon proof metal in the shape of a dragon.  Seeing it close up, it looks nothing like a Night Fury; only the head itself and its wings do.  With the bottom of my bow, I reached into the skeleton to dismantle the blower or the fire forge itself.  I was able to tear up the blower itself so that this beast could not fire again, unless it was repaired.

         I stood back and waited several minutes to see if the wind coming from the shafts would cause the beast to fire again.  It did not.

         “Alright!” I called out to everyone.  “It’s alright.  It’s safe to come out now, I took care of this so-called Night Fury.”

         All of the others ran down into the arena and up to the platform I am on.

         “Wow,” declared Cazi.

         “This workmanship and design,” admired Garth.  “Would I’d ever like to study this.”

         Cazi was about retort Garth but Dawn beat her to it, “You mean the thing that tried to roast us alive?”

         Garth was admiring the hulking thing of gears, pullies, and ropes with almost a smile, when he realized what she meant, Garth froze for a second as his smile went away, “Well… uh… yeah… guess I do see your point.”

         All of our dragons followed after my friends; Fredrick rushed over to make sure I am alright, so did the other dragons with their riders.

         Cazi instead asked, “What is so important to this place that someone would take the time to make a Night Fury look alike believable enough even to fool Hiccup?  What is this place trying to hide?”

         “Hey,” Hiccup looked a little mad but knew she was right.  “The… darkness… was in my eyes.”

         Toothless chuckled.

         “Oh, who are you laughing at?” asked Hiccup to his dragon.  “It fooled Jarl and Dawn, hey even Toothless… which is strange.”

         Annabeth questioned, “Strange how?”

         Hiccup responded, “Strange meaning that because of this thing not being a real dragon, not even Toothless could sense the danger of something.  If you remember walking through that tunnel and coming to this arena, and,” Hiccup paused for a second as he shot a glance at Dawn, but continued talking.  “And the trap was sprung, our dragons were confused as they were looking everywhere but where this thing is.”

         As they talked, I stood there catching my breath and allowing my heart to slow down, I then handed Annabeth my torch, grabbed for my arrow, and pulled it out of the gears which it lodged into.  The gears started to turn.  The sound of them doing so startled the others.

         Ali questioned me doing that but also said, “Is that thing going to come back alive, in a sense?”

         Garth answered before I could, “Seeing by what Jarl has done, it looks to me like it shouldn’t.”

         “Shouldn’t?” echoed Ali.

         “Well,” Garth said.  “One should never second guess what foreign craftmanship will do.  All we know is what we have gone through.  We have no knowledge of what is in front of us.”

         Dawn folded her arms, “How about we change that?”

         “Wait,” Angie stated.  “You go from pointing out that we shouldn’t admire this thing because it roasted us alive, to wanting to know more about what this place holds?  You didn’t want to get roasted, do you want baked or do you prefer deep fried.”

         “Ooo,” I hungrily grimaced.  “You’re making me hungry just saying the words, ‘deep fried’.”

         Annabeth turned to me, “So, what do you say we should do?”

         I had been checking the arrowhead on the arrow, it was still in good shape, and I put in back in my quiver, “We came here for clues to both Hiccup’s mystery and our own.  With this kind of reception, I know we are in the right place to find questions and or answers for both.”

         I turned to lead the group forward into the next hallway, “Now, let’s try to be a bit more careful.”

         Taking a cautious approach did slow us down, but better to be safe than sorry.

         The twenty foot across hallway led into a bigger hallway which had what looks to be storage rooms of some kind.  Briefly inspecting them, we all see that each has been picked clean almost as if someone cleaned up after they left to cover their tracks of what they either saved or stole.  Throughout this larger hallway, there are numerous small storage rooms spaced evenly apart with the same number on each side of the hallway.

         One torch was nowhere good enough to light such a large room, so I told Hiccup, Ali, and Annabeth to have their dragons light a low flame in their mouths to help light our way.  In doing so, their flames revealed to us an ornate roof with decorations and old paintings of a civilization long sense forgotten or scattered.  By the looks of the drawings, they told a story of the islands founding and abundant wealth in pretty much everything.  But then of its downfall, rebuilding, and then struggles.  The paintings stopped there.

         Annabeth curiously asked, “Did whatever cause they’re downfall happen again?”

         “Could be,” I said.

         When then came upon a dead-end of that being a wall and an indent in the wall making a ten-yard radius, half circle.  All except for the decorations on the walls, this whole rooms looks to have been cleared out or picked clean.  Reason I think that is because either the people who lived her left and took everything with them, or someone came in here and stole everything.

         I started studying the patterns of the decorations to see if there are any clues in them.

         “Jarl,” Hiccup replied.  “If my hunch is right, this looks like throne room.  One of a time long, long ago where all anybody did was look for gold, conqueror other peoples, enslave or invite them into the fold.”

         Cazi quipped, “Sounds a lot like what is happening now.”

         “No, I meant when people were more ruthless than now,” Hiccup corrected.

         Cazi shook her head, “Still sounds like today.”

         “Okay.  When there was not a Berk and everyone was basically Berserkers and Outcasts duking it out until one day there was hardly anybody left,” Hiccup countered.

         “Oh, that is different,” Cazi said.  “Still that sounds like today even with Berk in the picture.”

         Hiccup sighed, “I can’t win that argument, can I?”

         “Nope,” I simply stated while not even turning to face Hiccup.  “You’d be the first to win one against her.”

         “I haven’t won every argument I have been in,” Cazi retuned.

         “Yeah, what are you like twenty-four and twelve in winning arguments?” I teased.

         Garth grinned, “Why such low numbers?”

         “Elementary,” I joke in a ritzy tone.  “People know of Cazi’s reputation that they won’t even start.  Now if we are to count every possible argument she could have been in, that might be upwards into the hundreds.”

         Cazi walked up to me, turned me around, and pointed her right first finger at me, “If you weren’t my friend, I’d punch you in the nose.”

         I tried to hold back a laugh when I knew what I am about to say, “You would punch someone even if they are your friend.”

         Disgustingly she sighed and threw a right cross at me.  Knowing Cazi, I knew she was going to do that so I ducked while she wound up her punch.

         “See,” I pointed back at her.  “You just proved my point.”

         Cazi looked at me like she was my sister.  Cazi just stood there, smirked, and then rolled her eyes, shaking her head.

         Hiccup leaned over, holding his right hand up to his left side of his mouth to hide it from Cazi, Hiccup whispered, “Make that twenty-four and thirteen.”

         “I heard that,” said Cazi, who had walked away from the group.

         “Heard what?” Hiccup said, shrugging his shoulders.  “Did you hear anything?” he asked his dragon.  Toothless actually started to nod his head, “Yes,” but Hiccup quickly grabbed it as if he meant to pet him.

         Suddenly, a very loud, yet dull thumb was heard.

         Now, becoming serious, Cazi spoke, “I know I definitely heard that.”

         All of us froze in place, as if we stood still, whatever it is would not sense us or see is or whatever.

         The thumb turned into a bang.  A bang into a hammering sound on rock.

         Dawn whispered, “Sounds like it is coming above us.”

         At this realization, we all rushed over to the entrance to this throne, the others except for Hiccup and I stopped short of exiting the throne room and waiting in the smaller hallway.

         “What are you doing?” asked Cazi.

         Before either of us could answer, the hammering turned into grinding of rock.  Our dragons by now have stopped their flames, so the room is dark.  The grinding caused the roof above us to crumble and crack.  Then all of a sudden it caved in.

         Shielding our eyes, from falling debris, we looked up to see what caused the cave in.

         A Catastrophic Quaken!

         It is facing away from us.

         “Maybe it didn’t see us,” whispered Dawn.

         The dragon had started to walk forward, but stopped.

         Cazi added, “It may have not seen us, but it for sure heard us.”

         The dragon turned to face all of us.

         And I thought a Thunderdrum was loud as the Quaken screamed in our face.

         I yelled over the roar, “They don’t call it the Catastrophic Quaken for nothing!”

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I love the part about the argument. xD xD xD



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From a fake night fury to a

From a fake night fury to a quaken you one again leave us with more cliffhangers. I'm in korea on business so I don't have a lot of time to get on the forums. link me the next chapter if possible


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Monstrous Nightmare: Sunbreaker (M) (Broadwing)


The first dragon I come across on berk, goes around doing his own thing most of the time. Likes taking care of baby dragons so he stays in the stables alot. Though he will come out to play fireball frenzy. He loves showing off and as he always shoots fire at the sun at least once a day hoping to finally catch that light. 


Deadly Nadder: Whirlwind (F) (Broadwing)

Fast and agile Whirlwind is one of my racing dragons. She is often the one trusted to lead the herd when Sunbreaker is away. She loves mirrors and shiny objects. She also preens alot. 


Thunderdrum: SONAR (M) (Broadwing)

A blind thunderdrum, uses sound to navigate. Really loud and loves singing (not everyone else enjoys it though).


Scauldron: Wavedancer (F) (Broadwing)

Boiling water and a knack for mischief, this scauldron often plays pranks on fishing boatsby stealing their catch and doubling it. 


Tide Glider: Riptide (F) (Broadwing)

My main riding dragon, she is shy around new people but will never back down from a fight. She is the first dragon I tamed while on Izar, and my main dragon for fun stuff in the game.


Skrill: Teslan (F) (Broadwing)

Often charges my electrical lab equipment and is my main racing dragon.


Raincutter: Drizzle (F) (Broadwing)

Likes rain, helps me out at the forge and in the lab 


Stormcutter: Chinook (M) (Broadwing)

This stormcutter was found riding the chinooks as a baby he likes warm winds and long flights in the mountains.


Zippleback: Ayre & Dance (M) (Broadwing)

One head sleeps while the other one searches for food. Two headed efficiency at its finest.


Sand Wraith: Luna (F) (Broadwing)

Found on the Onyx beach, this sand wraith looks like the surface of the moon


Changewing: Glass (F) (Broadwing)

Loves hide and seek, and likes turning invisible and scaring vikings into thinking there is a ghost. 


Woolly Howl: Athabasca (F) (Broadwing)

Named after the Princess, Glacier, River and Lake bearing the same name she like cold weather and enjoys dragon nip tea


Shivertooth: Blizzard (M) (Broadwing)

Found on Icestorm Island harrasing groncicles, has a grudge with Yellowknife


Flightmare: Aurora (F) (Broadwing)

Likes flying around Icestorm Island


Speed Stinger:Scramjet (F) (Broadwing)

Always moves with her mouth open reminded me of a scramjet


Typhoomerang: Scorch (F) (Broadwing)

Likes scorching eels, hates eating them


Hobblegrunt: Tlaloc (M) (Broadwing)

Named after the Aztec god of rain Tlaloc likes splashing in puddles


Sweet Death: Ambrosia (M) (Shortwing)

sits around all day bothering the bees


Shockjaw: Ion (F) (Broadwing)

Ion likes swimming in saltwater and plasma


Fireworm Queen: Fusion (F) (Shortwing)

Very protective even as a baby


Fireworm Queen2: Pulsar (F) (Shortwing)

Very adventurous even as a baby is blue for some reason


Smothering Smokebreath: Charla (F) (Shortwing)

Loves eating charcoal


Groncicle: Yellowknife (M) (Broadwing)

named after the capital of the Northwest Territories and found on Icestorm Island


Rumblehorn: Shieldbreaker (M) (Broadwing)

Guess what his favorite hobby is?


Scuttleclaw: Ammolite (F) (Shortwing)


Moldruffle: Fel (M) (Baby)

Mudraker: Mudkip (M) (Baby)

Grapple Grounder 1: Yin (M) (Shortwing)

Grapple Grounder 2: Yang (F) (Shortwing)

Snow Wraith: Frostbite (M) (Shortwing)

Prickleboggle: Nightingale (F) (Baby)

Sliquifier: Sedna (F) (Baby)
Razorwhip 1: Tomahawk (M) (Baby)
Razorwhip 2:  Katara (F) (Baby)
Deathsong: Harbinger (F) (Broadwing)
Snaptrapper: Mistletoe (F) (Baby)
After rescuing a freezing egg on Snoggletog's eve this Snaptrapper was born the next day in the middle of winter. 
Thunderpede: Magnitude (M) (Baby)
Timberjack: Maple (F) (Baby)


Slithering Fluoroscale by Nightmarerebuff: Silica

Found when flying around Berk eating elderberries off the bushes, hates raspberries.


(Former Clan: Order of the White Lotus)


Current Clan: The Dragon Racers


On the Subject of Hackers

please read this link, it helps to identify the different types of hackers. I have hacked computers, and servers in the past (despite not being the best at code) but I never do it for personal gain. Unfortunately the hackers most people refer to on the internet are crackers so they bring a bad light on the hacking community in general. I only learned to hack code because I needed to in order to hack my microwave and other software in my house.


Don't be a Cracker you ruin it for everyone!

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Joined: 10/12/2013
I will.   The next chapter

I will.


The next chapter should be up by tonight, my time.

httyyd's picture
Supreme Viking Champion
Joined: 10/12/2013
Dyslexia w/talks Yoda Master Jedi Is it correctly backwards read

Had some things I had to do today that went longer than expected, so working on the chapter got pushed back.  Working on it now, but it will be after midnight, my time until I have it done.