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Buffalord Soldier

Animated series. Astrid comes down with the scourge of Odin and the Riders must search for the cure by finding a nearly extinct buffalord dragon before Viggo does.


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This changes everything.

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Alpha quadrant checks out.

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Nothing by the water, and...

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Yeah, I see it too, girl.

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Let's get a closer look.

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Abandoned. Let's get out of here.

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LOUD CRASH AND GROWLS

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Hello?

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Hello?

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Someone there?

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Ugh! What is that smell?

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Stormfly - torch.

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ASTRID GASPS

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No...

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AH!

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Ah-h-h!

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It's OK, girl.

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It's just a scratch.

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One second, bud.

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OK, Toothless, spark it up.

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Interesting material.

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Seems organic in nature.

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Death Song amber, hammered thin.

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This is strong enough

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to stare straight into the eyes of a Flightmare.

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Oh, fascinating. May I?

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Please, I insist.

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Oh...

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Astrid, are you OK?

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What's wrong? Did you see something on patrol?

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Hunters? Dragons? Viggo?

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Oh, I love this game!

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OK, now it's my turn. Everyone, quiet.

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Astrid, is what you found bigger than a yak box?

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I found a fishing boat.

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I'm supposed to guess before you tell me.

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Doesn't anyone know how to play?

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And just for the record, a boat bigger than a yak box.

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So I'll just square this one a win for the ol' T Nut.

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Scratch one off in the Tuffnu-u-t column.

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It was just drifting out there.

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We went to take a closer look, but what we found inside, it was...

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Was what?

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Bodies.

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Skin was all pale and green...

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We got out of there as fast as we could.

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Survivors?

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One.

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Then we need to go back out there and help them. Toothless...

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Hiccup...

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it's too late.

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Um, Hiccup? Pale, green skin.

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I hate to be the harbinger of doom, but...

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I know what you're thinking, Fishlegs, but...

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The Scourge of Odin.

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Oh, let's not just throw that word around too loosely because...

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Wait, back it up. Did he say Scourge of Odin?

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Yes, but there's no need to panic.

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Right, no need to panic. The Scourge of Odin.

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Just the plague that tore through the archipelago centuries ago,

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wiping out entire Viking villages!

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Yeah, why would we worry about that?

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Quick, Hookfang, I need a mask for my mouth.

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Well that's a long time coming.

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Very funny! I already feel short of breath.

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We must burn our clothes!

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No, no, no, no. No need to panic -

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I've got the answer.

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Wait for it...

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Bing!

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-Oh, yeah.

-Mouldy bread?

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-Like that's going to cure the Scourge.

-That it will, Sis.

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Once I had a really bad cold, so I decided to eat some mouldy bread.

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Don't ask me why, because I don't know.

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But - BOOM! Instantly cured.

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OK, you scuff now, but one day science will recognise my genius.

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They called old crazy Uncle Henrick "crazy".

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He IS crazy, Tuffnut.

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He married his own beard!

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-Mm-hm, yes.

-OK, bad example.

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Let's go with your clothes burning plan.

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We'll keep them on you, just to be sure. Barf, Belch!

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Uh, let's not jump to conclusions and set ourselves on fire,

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eat mouldy bread or hyperventilate.

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Snotlout, you can't catch the Scourge of Odin by breathing.

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I knew that!

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And there hasn't been a single case of the Scourge for centuries!

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Plus, Astrid got out of there right away.

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Are you sure you're OK?

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Yeah, I'm fine.

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Really.

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LOUD THUD

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AH! What, what, what...

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Stormfly...

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Astrid...

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Hiccup? What are you doing here?

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Stormfly seemed a little worried, so I, uh...

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Hiccup...

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will you stop pacing?

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Oh...

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-What is it?

-You saw that scratch, right?

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-She said it's nothing.

-You know Astrid -

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it's not nothing.

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All the signs are there.

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All right, let's assume for a second that you're right.

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What's the cure?

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I'm not sure. The only thing I know

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is that the Scourge moves swiftly,

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overtaking its victims in less than three moons.

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-One moon has already passed.

-I know!

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Snotlout is on his way back from Berk with Gothi's notes.

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Hopefully they'll tell us something more.

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Hey, Astrid, how you feeling?

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I feel fine. I just wish everyone would stop...

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..worrying.

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Fishlegs, look!

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In Gothi's notes there's a cure for the Scourge of Odin!

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A green solution made from the saliva of a Buffalord Dragon.

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-What?

-Well, it's just...

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-It's just...

-There aren't any more Buffalord.

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They were all hunted to extinction during the Scourge's last outbreak.

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We don't know if they're gone for sure.

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We need to get out there and find one.

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But we don't even know where to start looking!

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There's no mention of the Buffalord anywhere.

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It's like they were wiped from history.

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Come on, I told you guys, I'm...

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Astrid!

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I'm fine.

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-How is she?

-Resting.

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-What else have we found, Fishlegs?

-I've spent the last few hours

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combing through my Dragon Eye research, and found some old notes.

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I didn't think much of them at first, but...

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The Buffalord! But nothing on its location.

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There's really not much about it here at all.

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Well, it's big, has ram-like horns and lives on the plains.

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That's something!

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I'll keep looking.

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-What's this stuff?

-Ah, it's nothing, just some Dragon Eye tracings,

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no useful information. Just archaic dots and slashes.

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What? Wait, You guys see something?

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Yeah, these make a map.

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Duh! How do you guys not see that?

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See? These squiggles are water,

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that big nose is an island,

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those slashes are sea stacks,

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and that - that there would be...

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-The Buffalord!

-How did you do that?

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We're experts at interpreting abstract images. Watch and learn.

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-A boat.

-Mm-hm.

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-A pineapple.

-Mmm.

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Mum!

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Actually, this looks familiar.

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Hmm...

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OK...

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We found it, Hiccup! We found it!

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We found a location.

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Now let's hope to Odin they still exist.

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Now these dragons were supposedly hunted to extinction.

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So if there are any left,

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they will have developed a weariness towards humans.

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Which means we have to move quickly.

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And remember, we have less then two moons to find this dragon

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and bring the cure back to the Edge.

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HICCUP SIGHS

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I feel ya, bud. But we have to keep pushing forward.

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Tell you what, let's grab some water from that stream

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and we'll get back up in the air.

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Toothless?!

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What is that?

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Large size, unsual colouration.

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Hmm.

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Vegetarian diet.

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Not the remnants of any dragon I'm familiar with.

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And I know my dragon droppings.

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It's fresh, Hiccup. Last couple of hours.

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This dragon is still somewhere on this island.

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And might I add, a very distinctive bouquet.

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Sort of herbal...

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Mm, it's quite nice.

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Ew.

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Double ew.

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Well, if it's here, I think I might know how we can find it.

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It's dragon-tracking equipment.

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Now it's not field tested, but it's worth a shot.

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In the dark?

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Oh...Flightmare algae, of course!

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Now hopefully a dragon this large doesn't move too fast.

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-Now what?

-It must've taken to the air here.

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It's like a Spyglass!

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Well, for looking at things close up.

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Oh, fascinating!

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-This way.

-How do you know that?

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Dragon scale. Let's move!

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Nothing! How could there still be nothing?

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No, not nothing.

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Look closer.

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A Buffalord - alive!

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Ow!

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You guys distract it, and I'll get its saliva.

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Be careful, Hiccup. We know nothing about this dragon.

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Agreed. But we need to make this quick -

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we're running out of time.

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Retreat!

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OK, easy...

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Finally. We got it!

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-That was easy.

-Woo!

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Now let's go.

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What the...

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It dried up!

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Oh, what do we do now?

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We rope him and take him back to Dragon's Edge.

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Shouldn't be too hard, right?

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It's remarkably docile for a dragon of its size.

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Almost yak-like.

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No wonder it was so easily hunted.

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You got to toughen up there, Buff.

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Aw, he's kind of cute.

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Hiccup, can we keep him?

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I promise I'll walk him and feed him and stuff.

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We already know his poop doesn't smell.

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And he doesn't even act like it!

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Not like Ruffnut, who acts like her poop doesn't smell.

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We need to get him back to Astrid.

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ROPE TIGHTENS

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Come on, big guy.

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Come on!

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BUFFALORD GROWLS

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Uh, guys, I think something's up with the Buff.

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Whoa!

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Ah! No! We need to stay with it.

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We have to get it back to the Edge.

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I knew I shouldn't have told him to toughen up.

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Me and my big mouth!

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Whoa!

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BUFFALORD BURPS

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OK, what's that all about?

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He appears to be fine, so long as he's on his island.

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Great. So now what?

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Well, if we can't take the Buffalord to Astrid...

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Bring Astrid to the Buffalord. I'm on it.

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-Ugh.

-Mm...

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Shh, just rest.

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We're going to beat this, I promise you, Astrid.

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You just have to keep fighting and hold on.

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You need to stay with us.

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I can't imagine a world without you in it.

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All right, we need to move quickly.

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BUFFALORD MOANS

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Here, here you go.

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Uh, nothing's happening.

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Maybe it takes some time for the antidote to work?

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No, something's wrong.

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It says the green solution will cure the Scourge.

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Green solution - cure. That's all it says.

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But the Buffalord's saliva is clear.

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What does it mean - green solution?

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Uh...

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How can you guys eat at a time like this?

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Hey! People deal with stress differently, OK?

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And we're eating what the Buffalord eats because,

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hey, who doesn't want sweet-smelling droppings?

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It's a victimless crime.

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Oh! Wait, Hiccup...

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It's all over my pants.

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The herbs, it must be what the Buffalord eats

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MIXED with its saliva that creates the antidote.

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Which would stand to reason why it won't leave this place -

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it can't be away from the herbs it eats.

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So we just need it to eat the herbs to create the green solution.

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Hang in there, Astrid.

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Just a little longer, please.

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For me.

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Come on, big Buff.

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You worked up a healthy appetite trying to kill us earlier, so eat.

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Eat!

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Come on, keep going.

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Eat it up.

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Yes!

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Viggo!

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Hello, Hiccup. Thank you so very much for this gift.

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I do apologise that you won't be able to use it

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to save your little friend.

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But how? There's no trace of this island anywhere.

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How did he find it?

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Who cares! We've been dying for a little action.

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Let's make this count, bud.

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Dragon Riders, incoming!

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Show them no mercy.

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But safeguard our prize.

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Hiccup, I can't get a clean shot.

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Whoa!

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Pull up, Riders. We can't risk hurting the Buffalord.

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We need it!

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Viggo, release that dragon!

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You have no idea what you're doing.

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Oh, I beg to differ, my dear Hiccup.

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I'm keenly aware of my actions.

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This dragon is exceedingly unique.

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It will illicit a considerable bounty on the open market.

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You should have left well enough alone, Hiccup.

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My fishing boat was no place for you or any of your Riders.

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Your fishing boat?

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Move him.

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It's simple, really. Supply and demand.

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I knew where to get the supply, if I could only generate the demand.

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Oh, you're a monster!

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Fishlegs, I'm shocked.

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I'd have thought you were above name-calling.

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Monster? No.

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Savvy businessman, indeed.

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And what if the dragon was extinct?

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I tend not to dwell on the what-ifs, my boy.

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Leaves you barren.

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Toothless...

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Ryker.

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-No!

-I would think twice about your actions, Hiccup.

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And your profits?

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Like I said, business is business.

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This? Oh, it's a loss I'm willing to incur.

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Question is, are you?

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ASTRID SHUDDERS

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OK, Viggo. OK, You win.

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Take him, take the dragon,

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but leave us with what we came here for -

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the Scourge antidote,

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Buffalord saliva.

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I'm not leaving here without it.

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That's a loss I'm not willing to take!

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No, Hiccup...

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don't give in. Not for me.

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Do we have a deal, or are we both leaving here empty-handed?

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Your call.

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I've truly missed our time together, Hiccup.

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My brother leaves something to be desired in the repartee department.

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My boy, don't look so morose.

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It takes all the fun out of it.

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All's well that ends well. Hm?

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I know, I know. Just drink.

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Hiccup, I think...

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I think...

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It's working.

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I'm afraid our time must end, Hiccup.

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We will continue our contest in due time.

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He won't get far. Let's go after him!

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Yeah, I'm sick of that smug...

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No! Stand down.

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We agreed to let him leave the island with that dragon,

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and that's exactly what we're going to do.

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BUFFALORD MOANS

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Argh, the beast has been secured in the transport ship.

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Excellent.

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A bit disappointing.

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The again, he is a man of his word. Something to admire about that.

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LOUD THUDS

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What's it doing?

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Hiccup...

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Release it! Release the beast.

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BUFFALORD BURPS

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Well, that leaves just one thing to do.

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There do I see my father...

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my mother, and my brothers and my sisters.

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They bid me take my place among them in the halls of Valhalla.

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Where the brave shall live forever.

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What are you thinking about?

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This might be just the beginning.

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-Of what?

-Something Viggo said about knowing where the supply was.

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-You don't think he could've unlocked the Dragon Eye, do you?

-How?

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He doesn't have a Snow Wraith key.

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But he found the Buffalord on his own.

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And we need to find out how.

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Hiccup, I just wanted to say thanks.

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I really owe you.

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It's no big deal. You'd have done the same for me.

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I can't imagine a world without you in it, either.

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Astrid comes down with the scourge of Odin and the Riders must search for the cure by finding a nearly extinct buffalord dragon before Viggo does.