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Cast Out, Part 2
Hiccup cautiously accepts Alvin's help on a mission to rescue Stoick from Dagur's clutches. The Berkians, the Berserkers and the Screaming Death all converge on Outcast Island, for a confrontation that may decide the fate of the archipelago.

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Cast Out, Part I
Snotlout is expelled from the academy, and Alvin returns to mend fences.

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Bing! Bang! Boom!
Hiccup, Stoick, Toothless and Thornado, happen upon three orphaned young Thunderdrums. The dragons follow them back to Berk, and Thornado is forced to care for the unruly dragons.

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Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
Smokebreaths take all the metal in town under the direction of Dagur, in an attempt to leave Berk defenseless.

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The Eel Effect
While gathering medicine for an Eel Pox epidemic on Berk, Toothless accidentally consumes an eel, which has dangerous consequences.

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A Tale of Two Dragons
Hookfang and Stormfly fight as the town prepares for harvest.

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Speed Stingers descend upon Berk during an ice storm, driving away the inhabitants of the village.

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Free Scauldy
Way out of its element, the gang must heal and return a dragon to avoid its death.

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The Flight Stuff
Gustav substitutes for Snotlout at the Dragon Academy.

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A View to a Skrill - Part 2
Hiccup, Ruffnut and Tuffnut must infiltrate Outcast Island and compete with the new alliance between Alvin and Dagur, who with their combined powers, wield a fearsome power.

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A View to a Skrill - Part I
The gang attempts to save a Skrill from the Beserkers.

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Zippleback Down
Barf and Belch are Tuffnut's only guard when he gets caught in an old dragon trap in the forest. Things go from bad to worse when Tuffnut is faced with not only a large Typhoomerang, but a deadly forest fire that soon threatens him and both the dragons.

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Appetite for Destruction
When wild dragons start overwhelming Berk, Hiccup and Toothless discover islands are disappearing throughout the archipelago. When Hiccup and Toothless investigate the cause, they then encounter the Screaming Death.

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Worst in Show
A Terrible Terror training competition ends up in a debate, while Alvin plots against Berk.

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Fright of Passage
Hiccup helps Astrid confront the Frightmare that shamed her family.

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Race to Fireworm Island
The gang try to help Hookfang after he loses his ability to catch fire.

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Tunnel Vision
Hiccup discovers that the Outcasts' plot to hide Whispering Death eggs are the reason for the town's water shortage.

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The Night and the Fury
The kids encounter Dagur while on a training mission.

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The Iron Gronkle
When Meatlug accidentally ingests magnetic rocks, she becomes magnetic herself - causing destruction through the town, but ultimately helping the kids win a battle against the Outcasts.

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Live and Let Fly (Flight Club)
In the third season premiere, Stoick is concerned that Alvin is planning an attack.

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Dragons: Riders of Berk is a richly imaginative animated television series aired on Cartoon Network from 2012-2014. Produced by DreamWorks Animation, the show is derived from the critically acclaimed "How to Train Your Dragon" film franchise. The series allows viewers to journey back to the intriguing Viking village of Berk. It centers around the characters Hiccup, his dragon Toothless, and their friends, who were introduced to audiences in the original film.

The saga picks up from where the 2010 movie "How to Train Your Dragon" left off. By the dawn of this series, the people of Berk, once dragon adversaries, have made peace with the dragons and now live, farm, fish, and play sporting events alongside them. However, reinventing a millennia-old civilization to integrate formerly feared, fire-breathing beasts does not come without its hitches and challenges. Vikings and dragons struggle to coexist peacefully and interact with one another in ways that are beneficial and non-destructive, setting in plenty of comic mishaps, thrilling adventures, and lessons learned.

Central to the series, Hiccup has grown from an awkward teenager into a respected and pioneering young dragon trainer. He stands as the mediator between the dragons and the Vikings, troubleshooting in chaotic situations, developing new dragon control techniques, and spearheading diplomatic efforts. His strong bond with the Night Fury dragon Toothless, encapsulates the show’s theme of friendship and loyalty.

Toothless isn't the only dragon to steal the spotlight in "Dragons: Riders of Berk." Accompanying Hiccup in his daring adventures are his fellow young Viking friends, each with their unique dragon partners. These include Astrid, a tough Viking girl with her Deadly Nadder, Stormfly; the sturdy Snotlout with his Monstrous Nightmare, Hookfang; the twins Ruffnut and Tuffnut with their Hideous Zippleback, Barf and Belch and the intellectual Fishlegs with his Gronckle, Meatlug. Their companionship showcases a symphony of differing personalities offering a variety of teamwork dynamics.

The creators successfully expand the dragons' universe by introducing new dragon species in several episodes, each with unique abilities and behaviors. This offers an exciting, intriguing facet to the formerly one-dimensional creatures most people think of when they hear the term "dragon". Special commendation goes to the attention to detail in designing the dragons, making each species distinct and appealing.

For its length, "Dragons: Riders of Berk" retains a cohesive narrative, developing episodic stories that contribute towards an overarching plot. This progressive storyline is a break from many other animated TV shows that reset after each episode. The stories are well balanced with humor, adventure and emotion, engaging for both younger audiences and adults alike.

The animation quality of the series is top-notch. The visuals are complete with breathtaking landscapes, oceanic sequences, dragon flights, and battle scenes that could very well have been taken from big-screen cinema and downsized to the television screen. The animation manages to hold the same glossy, tight quality as the film, which is quite an accomplishment for a television series.

The original voice cast from the movie returned to reprise their roles in the series, lending the familiarity of the characters and adding to the continuity of the franchise. The stirring performances breathe life into the characters, making audiences even more invested in the story and its protagonists.

The series not only creates a captivating spectacle but also provides an underlying dialogue on societal advances, exploring themes like acceptance, friendship, courage, and innovation. Simultaneously suspenseful and lighthearted, the show navigates an excellent balance between comedic moments and darker, perilous situations to deliver a thoroughly engaging viewing experience.

"Dragons: Riders of Berk" is essentially a story of transformation. It portrays how a society can evolve from deeply ingrained fear of the unknown to acceptance and, finally, camaraderie, showing it's not just the dragons that undergo a transformation. A wonderfully animated series with boundless charm and adventure, it remains an excellent exploration of the world of Vikings and dragons, admirably expanding the universe from the original film.

Dragons: Riders of Berk is a series categorized as a canceled. Spanning 8 seasons with a total of 114 episodes, the show debuted on 2012. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 7.9.

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How can I watch Dragons: Riders of Berk online? Dragons: Riders of Berk is available on Cartoon Network with seasons and full episodes. You can also watch Dragons: Riders of Berk on demand at Amazon, Google Play online.

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