Full Summary: Toothless is a Katagarian Were-Hunter, a creature that has the magical ability to turn human, who was fated to be mates with Hiccup. However, when the two are betrayed and killed, Toothless makes a deal with the Greek goddess Artemis for one final act of revenge on the woman who killed them both. He then must live an eternity killing vampire like creatures called daimons, and be separated from his mate forever. But when the dragon helps a young college student from being mugged he realizes that his beloved has been reincarnated. Love and desire begins to stir between them once again, but is it threatened when a past enemies catch up to them?

AN: Alright, for anyone wondering where my epic fanfiction went, well...my computer completely died on me half way during finals, which had the beginning of my story. I sort of gave up on it, although I will start writing it again soon since I'll have more time this summer. Meanwhile, I wrote this story which I'm really passionate about since I am such a huge fan of both "How to Train Your Dragon" and the Dark-Hunter series by Sherrilyn Kenyon. IMPORTANT! The reason why this story isn't in the crossover section is because I only took certain ideas from the series, but no characters or important series plot points are going to be in this story, meaning that you don't have to be a fan of the series to understand what is going on. (Also, I'm afraid of rabid DH fangirls who probably aren't all that in to slash)


Prologue

Berk 910 A.D

The night air hung heavy with the stench of rotting flesh and blood. It had been less than a night since a massacre took place; the blood on the ground was still fresh and dirty. He doubted that the ground on which Berk stood would ever be clean again. It was fine with him; the memories would haunt him for the eternity he must live.

No, not live. I'm not alive anymore.

He sacrificed his soul, the peace of death, an afterlife with his mate for one act of revenge. He would not waste it.

The Katagarian dragon used his renewed body to fly into his beloved's former village undetected. He contemplating just setting the entire village ablaze for their trespasses against his beautiful mate, but he could not blame the residence for the superstition that had caused them to beat his lover almost to death. No, he was there to kill his true murderer.

The beast landed behind his former home, the home he and his mate shared with the she-devil that took both their lives. He used his Katagarian powers to transform from a sleek, black, killer of a dragon to a dark-haired, olive-skinned, killer of a man. He made his way through the familiar building silently until he reached the room that the blonde was sleeping in. His new black eyes gazed upon her for a few moments before he let out a terrible roar that allowed all the pain and hatred he felt be known to the world.

His murderer sat straight up after being shocked out of her slumber. The fear in the woman's blue eyes after she recognized the man at the foot of her bed would have been satisfying if the dragon was able to feel anything besides fire hot rage. She inched away from him until her back was against the intricately designed headboard in an effort to put some distance between herself and the demon in her room.

"How can this be? I killed you," she gasped, " You died along with Hic-"

"Don't you dare let his name fall from your lips," the Katagarian hissed, "You don't deserve to say his name." With every word he said he inched closer to his lover's widow until he was finally at the side of the bed. The quivering female was at a lethal distance from him.

"Y-You are a demon." The blonde stuttered as she attempted to shield herself with a blanket.

A blanket that had still faintly held the sent of his beloved.

The beast smirked "No, not a demon, but close."

Those were the last words the she-devil would hear before she was ripped to pieces.

Those were the last words he uttered before the dragon was enslaved to a Greek goddess, before he was trained to kill the predators of the human population he despised, before he would live for an eternity without the only being he would ever love.


AN: Please be nice and review!