Portrait of Hiccup as a Buff Young Man Dragons


Portrait of Hiccup as a Buff Young Man

Animation based on How to Train Your Dragon. Believing his father is disappointed in him, Hiccup sets out on a dangerous treasure hunt.


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Let's go, bud.

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THEY ALL GASP

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-Wow!

-Nice.

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Measuring up to a Viking father isn't easy,

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especially when that Viking father is also the Chief of your village,

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so when you get a chance to prove yourself, you jump on it.

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Shoulders back, chin up, son.

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This portrait's going to hang in this hall forever.

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No, no good, no good, no good!

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I can't do this!

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-Ohh!

-(METALLIC CLUNK)

-OK, I'm good.

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(I have never seen Bucket like this.)

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Well, when he lost half his brain, he suddenly became... an artist.

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-Huh.

-So he can actually paint.

-Oh, he's the best.

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He's going to do us proud, son.

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This portrait's going to take its place

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alongside all the other Chiefs and their sons.

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That is the only picture of my father and me.

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It was a great day.

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And so is this. Chest out, son.

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HE GASPS

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Yeah, this is as out as it goes, Dad.

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Yah. Very well, then.

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GENERAL CHATTERING

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Look at all these great leaders,

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and tomorrow, your picture's going to be hanging right next to them.

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HE SNORTS There goes the neighbourhood.

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You are part of an elite group now, my friend,

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-and one of the few who wasn't killed by their successor.

-So far.

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I guess it is a pretty big deal.

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I mean, it's like being a part of history, right?

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History of goofballs. What a clown.

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That is Hamish the first.

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He was our richest and most revered leader, and his son Hamish the second.

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I'm Hamish the first. Bow down before me and kiss my pointy shoes.

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BOTH LAUGH

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THUD BOTH LAUGH NASTILY

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-GRUNTS

-Look what you did to the Hamishes!

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-Forgive us, please?

-What's that? It's probably mine.

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Looks like some sort of map with poetry.

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-I'll take that.

-Hey! That's my poetry map.

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All of these were supposed to be destroyed.

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Why? What's so special about it?

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Men lost their limbs, their lives and their minds trying to find that treasure.

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I've heard about this! The treasure of Hamish the first.

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His son buried him with it and left this map.

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They say the clues are so complicated

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that only a brilliant mind could decipher them.

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Stoick and I even went after this treasure.

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It lured us high up into the mountains in a blinding snowstorm.

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We fought like badgers over the meaning of the clues.

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We were lucky to make it back with our lives and our friendship intact.

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For your own good, kids, forget you ever saw this.

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GENERAL CHATTERING

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Here it comes, son. This is our legacy.

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ALL: Whoa!

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Ohh.

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-Whoa. What happened to Hiccup?

-Who cares?

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Hey, Bucket? Why am I so...

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-like that?

-Why is the sky blue?

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Why do I have a bucket on me head? We'll never know the answers.

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Oh, you did a brilliant job, Bucket. Don't you think so, son?

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-But it's not me.

-Sure, it is.

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It's you, but, you know, bigger, stronger.

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Now, that's the son of a Chief.

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You see what I mean?

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GENERAL CHATTERING

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Unbelievable.

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My father likes that painting better than the real me.

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I mean, think about it. Even my name!

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You know it's Viking tradition to call the runt of the litter a hiccup.

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-Come on, little hiccup.

-SQUEAKING

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Oh! Hey, Hiccup.

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See? What do I have to do to get my father to accept me?

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He does accept you. He just accepts the painting more.

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-What are you doing out here?

-Nothing.

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Cuckoo! Cuckoo!

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OK, OK, where are they?

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Who? Hoo-hoo? Hoo-hoo?

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-Agh!

-Hoo-hoo!

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Hoo-hoo!

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-What are you doing?!

-Ugh! I've got the map.

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We're finding that treasure, and you are a horrible lookout.

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You heard what Gobber said. The bravest warriors in history have

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-died trying to find that treasure.

-Yeah, and I'm next.

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I personally would like to live to see my next birthday.

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-But we'll be legends. They'll sing songs about us.

-You'll be dead.

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Come on, guys. Not even Stoick could find it.

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You're right. He couldn't.

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Give me that map.

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-Finally, someone is making sense.

-All right, where do we start?

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-Are you serious?

-Think about it, Astrid.

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My father couldn't find that treasure.

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What... What would he say if I did something

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that even Stoick the Vast couldn't do? I... How great would that be?

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You're going to go after this no matter what I say, right?

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-Yeah, pretty great.

-So, you're not going to give me a hard time about this?

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Oh, I'll give you a hard time every step of the way.

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Besides, I can't let you go with just them.

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It looks like the map leads you to these spots.

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And the riddles are clues to what we're meant to find.

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Blah, blah, blah. Where's the treasure? Hmm, clue number one.

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"Where the land meets the sea in the crook of the master's knee,

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that's where your search will be... gin."

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That doesn't sound so brilliant.

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OK, think, think, think, think, think. Think, think...

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I forgot what I was thinking about.

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I've seen this before.

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Look, right there, where his knee bends.

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It's pointing to this spot on the beach. That's where we start.

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Listen up, you guys. "From here, you will see the seed that's been sown.

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Look to where water turns to bone."

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Water turns to bone? Hamish isn't even trying to make sense.

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No, it... "Water turns to bone."

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Water turns to bone. He must mean ice!

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The glacier!

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You had the map, and you didn't destroy it?!

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-What were you thinking?!

-I know. I'm an idiot.

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-I thought maybe you and I could take another crack at finding that treasure.

-Gobber!

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We turned back too early! So we lost a couple of toes.

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Ach! Come on. We've got to find Hiccup and the others before they get themselves killed.

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Why would he do something like this?

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There's something in there.

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I bet that guy saw it too.

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"Call on Magni, you'll go astray. Freya, though, will show the way."

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I get it.

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METALLIC CLUNK

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No!

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METALLIC CLUNK

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We can't break the ice. That's what Magni means.

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-He's the god of strength.

-That's right!

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-And Freya...

-BOTH: Is the goddess of fire!

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And that's exactly what we're going to use.

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Toothless, you know what to do.

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HE ROARS

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Light them up.

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Ow.

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That's it? This is the treasure?

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No. Can't be, but I bet this'll lead us to it.

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-Take us to the treasure.

-Let me know if it answers.

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-This is just the first piece.

-LOW RUMBLE

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LOUD RUMBLE

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Toothless!

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Night Fury prints. They were here...

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HE SNIFFS ..about an hour ago.

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I'll never understand how you do that.

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What does "an hour ago" smell like, Gobber?

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Not as strong as a half-hour ago.

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Look. The kids must've found something up there.

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It was in the glacier. I knew it!

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-Oh, you knew it, did you? Then how come we spent a week digging in the sand?

-That was your idea.

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-Hiccup got further in one afternoon than we got in a month.

-Yeah.

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Looks like the little Hiccup's got the best of us,

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and we think we're the big, strong Vikings.

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-What are you saying, Gobber?

-Stoick, it's the painting.

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Ah, of course. He's trying to prove himself.

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"At the edge of the world, amidst the raging sea,

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in the serpent's mouth lies another key."

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Serpents? I hate serpents.

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-Those are reptiles, right?

-You do realise you're sitting on one.

-Euch!

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Hey, that cloud looks like a snake.

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-And in five minutes, it'll look like a bunny.

-Wait. Wait a minute.

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He might be on to something. "In the mouth lies the key."

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Look, right there!

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-Toothless, let's go.

-Whoa, whoa, whoa. Are you crazy?

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You can't take a Night Fury with a wingspan of 48 feet and expect him to hover in winds like that!

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-You'll be killed.

-Well, what's the wingspan of Meatlug?

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WIND WHISTLES

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Keep her steady.

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Oh, Thor. Oh... Oh, Thor.

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Do we really need that treasure?

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Isn't our friendship treasure enough?!

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Agh!

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HE GRUNTS

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-I can't reach it.

-OK, we tried. "A" for effort.

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Hold on!

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OK.

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Come on. Ohh!

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Yes, got it!

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How's that for a Hiccup?

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Look, they fit together. We must be on the right track.

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Hiccup, what are you going to do with your part of the treasure?

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-I'm not really here for the treasure.

-Great. I get his share.

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You know, you don't have to do this, right?

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Yeah, try telling that to my dad.

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This must be the spot. Why else would anybody build a wall in the middle of the woods?

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Uh, duh, to keep out the other trees.

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Well, I got another one for you.

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"The world is right when stars align.

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When not in sync, the danger you'll find."

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Stars? I'm not waiting around here till night.

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No, I don't think he means actual stars.

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I mean, the water didn't really turn to bone.

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-What do you think it means, Hiccup?

-Why are you asking him? Maybe I know.

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I said maybe. Turns out I don't.

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Huh... There are shapes carved into each one of these bricks.

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-People, look out for anything that looks like a star.

-Got one!

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LOW RUMBLING

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-Oh.

-Put it back! Put it back! Put it back!

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Hookfang!

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Hookfang!!

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OK,

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it says "in sync."

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-That means there must be another star.

-Over here!

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I think we're supposed to pull them out at the same time.

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Ruff, Tuff.

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THEY GROWL GENTLY

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LOW RUMBLING

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-Oh.

-Wow! This is amazing.

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Whoa.

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LOW RUMBLING

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Oh, man.

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WHOOSH

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Uh, it's so hot. Is anybody else hot?!

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-I'm really hot.

-I know. I'm sweating like a dragon at an eel party.

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Uh, guys, is it just me, or is the floor moving?

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THEY CLATTER

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Uh, Toothless, can you give us some light?

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That's why it's so hot in here. Fireworm dragons.

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Whoa.

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Stop! Their skin burns hotter than the sun.

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Yeah, but how hot can the sun really be?

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Ouch! Ow, agh!

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Whoa.

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Uh... Argh!

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Argh!

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-Grab 'em and let's go!

-No. It's a choice.

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Listen to this, guys. "Something pure and something strong,

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look first to yourself, and you won't go wrong."

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Strong? That must be the one made of iron.

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But iron's not pure. Take the gold.

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HE ROARS

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It's getting really hard to breathe!

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That's what happens when you're getting roasted alive.

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Make a decision soon, Hiccup. We don't have much time.

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Whoa... Agh!

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"Look to yourself."

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Careful. It could be a trap.

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DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYS

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LOUD RUMBLING

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Hiccup!

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-Aaaarrrgh!

-Oh, no!

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Hurry! Where'd he go? Hiccup!

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-We've got to get out of here!

-Through there!

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-No! We're not leaving them!

-If we don't go now, we'll all be trapped.

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There won't be anybody to help Hiccup.

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We've got to find some way out of here.

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Give us some light, bud?

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I wonder?

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HE GASPS

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METALLIC CREAKING

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Well, we've come this far.

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BOTH GRUNT

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Keep digging!

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-We've got to find them!

-Find who?!

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Son!

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Well...

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"This treasure was passed from father to son.

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I leave it to you, the next worthy one,

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for only a Hiccup could get this far.

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From one to another, be proud of who you are."

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Whoa, Hamish the second was a hiccup...

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..just like me.

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He knew only another one of us could find this place.

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Look at all this stuff.

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I guess being a hiccup isn't such a bad thing after all.

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LOW RUMBLING

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Wow, so Hamish two really loved pedestals and, apparently, riddles.

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"In between the body and mind,

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a choice must be made on what you find.

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"At this moment, you must look to yourself,

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as only one path will give you true wealth."

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-LOUD RUMBLING

-Oh, come on, Hamish.

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You're killing me.

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Keep digging! That's my son in there!

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LOUD RUMBLING

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Hiccup.

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-Son.

-Hey, Dad.

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Oh. Yeah...

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Uh, Dad, I can't breathe.

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-Oh!

-Hiccup!

-How are you?

-Are you OK?

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-What happened?

-Blah, blah, blah. Who cares? Where's the treasure?

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This is Hamish's real son.

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That's not treasure.

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To a father, it is.

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I never meant to make you feel like you had to do something like this.

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I know, Dad, but I had to do it...

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..for myself.

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I've spent most of my life trying to prove to my dad

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that I can be his kind of Viking.

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As it turns out,

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I already was.

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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Animation following on directly from How to Train Your Dragon, continuing the adventures of Hiccup and his dragon Toothless. Believing his father is disappointed in him, Hiccup sets out on a dangerous treasure hunt.


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