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Author has written 81 stories for How to Train Your Dragon, My Little Pony, Frozen, Corpse Bride, Temeraire, Hobbit, Dragonriders of Pern series, Lion King, and Brainships series.

Hi, I'm Cke1st. That's pronounced "See kee first," as in "Seek ye first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you" (Matthew 6:33). I came up with it while thinking of ideas for a custom license plate; I never got the plate, but I use the name all over the net. You can Google "Cke1st" and find my personal web site, which is full of stuff that I've dreamed up or written.

I am a Christian, model railroader (N scale), amateur naval historian, guitarist, bassist, song parodist, one of the ten best submarine songwriters in the country, sci-fi fan, computer geek, fanfic author, wargamer, game designer, and moderator of the "Pirates of the Spanish Main" page on

My top 5 movies are How to Train Your Dragon 1, The Ten Commandments (old), The Sound of Music (old), Fiddler on the Roof, and The Princess Bride. I also like Frozen, Cars 1, The Incredibles, Corpse Bride, HTTYD2, Star Trek (TOS and TNG), Kelly's Heroes, Star Wars (episodes 4-6), Monty Python, and old Looney Toons.

My favorite computer games are Tanki Online, OpenTTD (Transport Tycoon Deluxe), and the Civilization series. I went very far in Farmville (I specialized in hundreds of exotic trees) until they took away some of my FarmCash in a game crash and wouldn't give it back. I told them, "Fine - if make-believe money means more to you than a real customer, then enjoy the make-believe money without me." I've tried dozens of Facebook games, liked some and hated others, but at this point, Tanki and fan fiction are taking up all my spare time. Oh, yeah - and I took a whack at Pokemon Go, but I wasn't competitive about it. I just liked to catch 'em. I quit when the game became so buggy and crash-prone that it was no longer fun. (I'm now playing Rise of Berk and AdVenture Communist on my phone instead. I'd play World of Warships Blitz, but it won't run on my phone.)

The three best things are to point someone to Jesus, to teach someone something they didn't know, and to make someone laugh.
The three worst things are to twist the plain meaning of Scripture, to bully someone weaker than yourself, and to bake brownies with nuts in them.

I love the Bible, babies, most dogs, big powerful things (like ships, tanks, and trains), most kinds of music (especially Christian rock, classical, bluegrass if they play it fast, and Andean folk music), puns, ironic humor, the sound of a Marshall amp cranked up to 11, cheeseburgers and fries, pretzels, dark chocolate, fried chicken, the smell of a bakery, and stories with happy endings.

I don't like slash, lemons, bullies, vandals, people who threaten to kill me if I disagree that theirs is a religion of peace, guitars that don't stay in tune, sound techs whose solution to every problem is "Turn the bass down!", liver, green vegetables (and most of the ones that aren't green), people who think their health problems are interesting to talk about, almost all politicians, Microsoft, IBM, televangelists who tell lies in the name of God, Westboro Baptist, snowflakes, professional protesters, and people who think they're entitled to free stuff at other people's expense.

To you, the readers, I promise you this:
- I will not start a story and leave it unfinished.
- I will not subject you to any bad language or sexual content, even in stories with adult themes. Any violence will be low-key.
- If you ask a reasonable question in a review or PM, I will send you an intelligent answer.
- I will not get upset if you catch me in a mistake. More than likely, I'll fix it and thank you for finding it.
- I will not threaten to withhold future chapters if I don't get reviews. I write for the love of writing; your feedback is just the icing on the cake.

I ask this in return:
- Enjoy the stories! I hope you have as much fun reading them as I had writing them.
- If you like writing reviews, I love reading them, especially if you tell me specifically what you like (or don't like).
- If you are a guest reviewer, please don't ask questions in your reviews. No one can send PM's to guests on this site, so I can't answer your questions, and that frustrates the dickens out of me. The same applies to people who have turned off the PM feature in their accounts.
- Please don't ask me to update soon. I usually update once or twice a week once I start posting a story, which is far above the average for authors on this site. I'm flattered that you like my stuff and want more, but if once a week isn't enough for you, then you'll never be satisfied.

HTTYD stories I want to read:
- anything from the dragons' point of view
- a good Hiccstrid story, especially one involving their courtship or marriage
- stories that expand on Hiccup's relationship with Toothless

Stories I won't read:
- anything with multiple spelling and grammar mistakes. Reading for pleasure shouldn't be painful.
- anything where the summary says "I stink at writing summaries, just read it." If you can't write a two-sentence summary, what does that tell me about your skills as a writer?
- anything about a mysterious girl (or boy) falling from the sky or getting found in the forest. Self-insertion isn't necessarily a bad thing, but can you find a more original way to make an entrance? I wrote "The Mysterious Mystery Girl" to express my opinion of most of those stories.
- anything where the summary sounds just like the summary of 20 other stories. I wrote "Repetition's Just Like Prison" to express my low opinion of story lines that keep getting recycled by everyone.

My favorite characters are Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III, Captain James T. Kirk, Mr. Spock, Elsa (from "Frozen"), Emily (from "Corpse Bride"), Toothless, Bugs Bunny, R2-D2, Lightning McQueen, Bilbo Baggins, and Willie & Joe, the soldiers from Bill Mauldin's war cartoons.

The most interesting villains are Darth Vader, Captain Hook, Smaug, and Sarah Kerrigan (from StarCraft).

If I had three wishes, I would wish (1) that I could fly, (2) that I could talk as well as I write, and (3) that there was no such thing as Alzheimer's syndrome.

My guilty confessions:
- I actually liked geometry in school.
- I really wonder whether the Song of Solomon should be in the Bible.
- My ears can't tell the difference between a $500 guitar and a $5,000 guitar.
- I have watched and enjoyed some of the most awful cartoons ever made, including "Super President" and "Rocket Robin Hood." (But I draw the line at "Popples." That was the WORST!)

I look at things like maple trees in the fall, or tropical fish, or sunsets, and I realize how much God loves us. He didn't have to make those things so beautiful, and they would work just as well if they were more plain; He added all those colors solely for our enjoyment.

For those of you who are following "Snart's Saga" and are curious what the main characters look like, these are their character sheets:

Name: Snart
Gender: Male
Age: Late teens
Build: Thin; 5' 9".
Hair: Dirty blond, straight, shoulder-length, worn loose. Moustache, short beard.
Eyes: Blue.
Clothing: Nondescript brown; green leather vest. Fur-lined flying boots. No helmet.
Occupation: Farmer, dragon trainer.
Talents: Dragon doctor.
Strengths: Understands how dragons think. Creative problem-solver. Very patient with people. Fearless when the action starts. Good at delegating authority.
Weaknesses: Low self-confidence. Gets motion-sick. Is conflicted over the violence his society expects him to deal out.
Other Facts: No living relatives. Recurring line: "Well, this is going to be a new adventure in dragon training."

Name: Hildi (Brunnhilde)
Gender: Female
Age: Late teens
Build: Slender-to-average build; not buxom, slightly broad in the hips. 5' 8".
Hair: Strawberry blonde, slightly wavy, halfway down her back, usually pulled straight back into a ponytail.
Eyes: Light blue.
Clothing: Light blue top & skirt, midnight-blue tights, white leather belt. Fur-lined flying boots.
Occupation: Dragon trainer.
Talents: Storytelling.
Strengths: Decisive. Brave. Very devoted to friends.
Weaknesses: Right-handed bias (sometimes forgets to look to her left). Has a notoriously hot temper. Takes failure hard. Insecure about her appearance.
Other Facts: Hates it when people keep secrets from her. Daughter of her village's headwoman, stepdaughter of the chief.

Some facts about the stories I've published so far (as of March 27, 2021):

The first story I wrote: Snart's Saga
The first story I published: The Change
My most recent story: Tales from the Fair

My longest story: Lightning and Death Itself (over 474,000 words)
My shortest story: Romantic Flights of Fancy (434 words).

My most popular story: Lightning and Death Itself (over 1.4 million views) (wow)
My most popular story, adjusted for size: Did Anybody See That? (over 235,000 views in 19 chapters, or over 12,403 views per chapter)
My most popular one-shot story: Protection (9905 views)
My least-popular story: How Mildew Stole Snoggletog! (109 views)

My favorite story: Man in the Middle
My favorite story concept: Protection
My best-written story: Hiccup's Bride (if I do say so myself)

Fandoms I've written stories for:
= How to Train Your Dragon (53 stories and 3 crossovers)
= Dragonriders of Pern (11 stories and 2 crossovers)
= Frozen (5 stories)
= Temeraire (2 stories)
= Corpse Bride (2 stories)
= The Hobbit (1 story)
My crossovers: How to Train Your Pony (HTTYD and MLP:FIM); A Mixed Movie Review (HTTYD2 and The Lion King); Stranger on a Strange Island (HTTYD and Dragonriders of Pern); The Visitors (Dragonriders of Pern and Brainships).

My best surprise: that "Hiccup's Bride" was so popular. I never imagined that a story that pairs Hiccup with an OC would draw almost 440,000 views and become my #2 story.

My worst surprise: that "A Nadder's Mystery" was such a flop. I I really felt good about that story, but I've written one-shots that have drawn more interest than the Nadder story's 10 chapters. "Growing Together" and "Birds of a Feather" didn't do as well as I'd hoped, either.

Be it known to one and all that I am claiming the title of "Reigning Sovereign of Dragon-Transformation Stories," on the grounds that I've written six of them, all of which have gotten at least 6,000 views:
- Lightning and Death Itself (Hiccup and Astrid)
- Dimmadreki (Hiccup)
- Dimmadreki's Quest (Hiccup)
- The Hideous RuffleTuffleback (Ruffnut and Tuffnut)
- Birds of a Feather (Fishlegs)
- Night Terrors (the whole gang, including Toothless)
Most of them have reached five or six digits in their view counts, so they aren't just throwaway stories to make my totals look good.

Why do I write fan fiction?

I’ve written over 60 stories on fanfiction dot net, with the vast majority from the “How to Train Your Dragon” fandom, with a few “Frozen” and "Dragonriders of Pern" fics, a handful from smaller fandoms, and three HTTYD crossovers as well. I’m writing this part of my profile, not because I think millions of people want to know my thought processes, but to encourage anyone out there who is thinking about writing his/her first story, but is holding back for some reason.

Like many authors, I started with a shameless self-insertion, because I wanted to vicariously experience what it’s like to train and ride a dragon in Berk. My very first story, “Snart’s Saga,” was based on a classic example of the Marty Stu. It began as an extended daydream, and I started writing it down to appease my own ego. But by the time I’d written 12 chapters, I realized that, even though the main character would turn most people off, my story line might intrigue a few readers. So I rewrote the main character, removing his unrealistic awesomeness and making him more believable (and changing his name so it didn’t sound like mine). I was right; people liked the story, and some of them even like the new and improved character. So I kept on writing it, and I finally finished it 126 chapters later.

A second reason to write fanfics is to expand the canon and explore aspects of the story that the movies left unexplained. I started by guessing at the thoughts of the dragons, which led to two early stories, “The Change” (which I actually posted before “Snart”) and “The Killer.” I’ve cranked out many stories of that kind, which are fully compatible with the canon, but which give a dragon fan a better understanding of what’s going on in the minds of his/her favorite characters.

A similar kind of story tries to guess at future events. I like those, especially the ones that speculate about Hiccup and Astrid’s relationship, and they can be a lot of fun. Just be careful to keep your characters in-character.

Then I started asking, “What if?” That’s a dangerous question for an author to ask, because you usually can’t give a short answer. Make a change, even a small change, in what actually happened in the movie, and you’ll find that all kinds of things will also change as a result. This kind of story tends to rewrite the entire movie, from the moment you make the change until the end (which might turn out to be quite different from the movie ending). My first real “what if” story was "I Won This Thing;" I followed it with “Did Anybody See That?” which is my 3rd most popular story and is well past the 200,000-view mark. I’ve done a few others as well, like “Heather Together” and “Frozen Together.” This kind of story is probably my favorite kind to write. One word of warning: if you’re thinking of changing the movie’s time line, then before you write one word of story, you’d better think up a very plausible reason why your change could have happened, or the fandom won’t accept it.

A similar motive for writing fanfics is to fix something that you think is broken. If there’s some aspect of the movie that you think was handled wrong, there may be a temptation to see if you could do it better. I wrote “Bewilderment” because I don’t want the Snowy Bewilderbeast to be dead at the end of the second movie. That movie gave me enough clues to concoct a reasonable explanation for why my theory could be right, so it’s not a total fabrication. "Telling Them Apart" got written for very similar reasons.

Yet another motive, and count your blessings if you encounter this one, is when a bunch of readers ask you to write a sequel to something you’ve already written. You may think the book is closed on that story, but at least give the idea some thought. Your words have touched people and made them want more, and that’s the supreme accolade for a fanfic writer. Well, almost; the supreme accolade would be if Dreamworks or Disney called you and asked you to write scripts for them. But the supreme accolade you can realistically expect to receive is your readers shouting, “Encore!” It’s good to make them happy if you can. If you can't manage a sequel, then try an epilogue, or maybe an alternate ending. I've grown very fond of alternate endings; "Hiccup's Bride" has two of them.

A related concept is the challenge – a reader sends you an idea for a fanfic that he/she would like you to write. That idea might be your style, or it might not. If it isn’t, don’t force it or you’ll wind up with an inferior story. Thank the reader politely for his/her interest, but explain that this isn’t a story you can wrap your head around at this time. If you CAN use it, be sure to give the reader a credit in an author’s note. To date, I’ve written exactly one story in response to a challenge: “Dimmadreki,” and I have to admit, that one turned out pretty well (it's my #5 story with over 141,000 views). I’m very choosy about the stories I write; most readers’ ideas just don’t tickle my fancy. It’s probably because of my peculiar brain, dear.

Then there’s what might be the most questionable motive for writing a fanfic: you see someone else’s fanfic, and think you could tell a better story based on their concept. I confess, I’ve done a few of those. In fact, my most popular story, “Lightning and Death Itself,” is based on one of the oldest and moldiest concepts in the fandom, the dragon!Hiccup transformation. If done well, this kind of fic can be as good a story as any other; if done poorly, everyone will recognize it for the shameless rip-off that it is. Lots of people do this, so I know I’m not the only one. When you see multiple stories popping up all over the place about (for example) dare wars, or the characters watching themselves in the movie, you know the idea didn’t randomly pop into all those authors’ heads at once. In my own opinion, it’s best not to jump on a bandwagon like that unless you’re sure you’ve got something original to say on the subject.

Finally, there’s the story idea that won’t leave you alone until you write it, even though you think it won’t be very popular. Those aren’t common. I’ve had only a couple of those so far; one of them was “Hiccup’s Bride,” and that one has become my #2 story, to my complete astonishment. It's based on a concept that a huge chunk of the fandom will reject outright, pairing Hiccup with an OC instead of Astrid. “No one would want to read this!” I kept telling myself. But the idea literally gave me no peace until I sat down and wrote it. I gave it my best shot, a lot of people like it, and it might be the story that shows my writing abilities in their best light.

Incidentally, I’ve found a secondary reason for writing any particular story that occurs to me: sometimes reality stinks, and it’s nice to be able to create my own story where the ending is just as happy as I want it to be. Call it escapism if you want; I don’t mind. Everybody needs an escape now and then. Some escape with drugs or alcohol or gambling or sex; I escape to a world of familiar characters that I create with my own fingers on a keyboard. It’s a lot less expensive than the other escapes, it doesn’t break any laws, it hurts no one, I never get a hangover or an STD, and (perhaps best of all) I can share it with others when it’s done.

The bottom line, for every story I’ve written, is that two things have to be there before I even start. It has to be a story I’d want to read, and it has to be an idea I believe in. I could have written a dozen stories in response to reader suggestions and challenges, but they all would have wound up being low-quality and not very interesting. That’s no criticism of the ideas. It just means I can’t write well if I don’t feel strongly about the story. I guess I’ve become a compulsive writer, but I don’t write just anything. I want to leave a legacy of good stuff on this site, so if I ever meet another fanfic fan in real life, they’ll be glad and not dismayed to find out who I am.

Writing Advice

Over the years, several reviewers have asked me for advice about writing better stories. I take this as a high compliment. My usual writing advice goes like this:

Only write stories that you feel strongly about. Don't write something just because you think the fanbase will like it. I strongly recommend against writing stories with a subject that's trendy, like dare wars or the cast watching themselves in the movie, until you've written a few fics and know how to tell your own story. My most popular story, "Lightning and Death Itself," is based on an old and much-used idea (the dragon!Hiccup transformation), but I put my own spin on it and came up with a story that a lot of people wanted to read. I'd suggest that you read the previous part of my profile, "Why do I write fan fiction?" to get some ideas here.

Make sure the text flows. That means it goes easily from word to word, sentence to sentence and paragraph to paragraph. My chosen method for this (and my "secret weapon" for good writing) is to read it out loud. If it sounds wrong, then I rewrite it until it sounds right.

If you struggle with spelling and grammar, get a beta-reader to help fix any problems there. This is critical. Many readers won't finish reading the first chapter if a story is badly written, no matter how amazing the story concept might be. Learn from your beta-reader's suggestions so your writing improves with time.

Edit and re-edit your work over and over again until it's just right. Don't tell yourself lies like "It's only fan fiction; it's not worth much effort." If something is worth doing, then it's worth doing well.

If you're unsure whether your stuff is any good or not, then ask a friend to read it first. They'll level with you. When I first started writing, I read my stories out loud to a very patient group of friends. When they started asking for more, that's when I knew I wasn't producing crud. It gave me confidence to keep going, and eventually gave me the courage to put my stuff out for total strangers to read.

Listen to your reviewers. If they all say a chapter is too short, try to make the next one longer. One complainer with an attitude shouldn't be able to ruin your day, but if more than one says the same thing, then it might be true. They may make suggestions for future plot lines or future stories, and some of their ideas may be quite good.

Practice, practice, practice! Your first stories may not be excellent, but they can be learning experiences. Once you know what not to do, you'll do a better job with future stories.

Finally, don't be afraid to take risks if you feel strongly about your story. For example, one of the big rules of the HTTYD fandom is that Hiccup ships with Astrid and no one else. Many readers won't even touch a story that pairs him with another girl. But I had an idea for pairing him with an OC, and I couldn't get the idea out of my head. So I wrote it and posted it, just to see what happened; maybe it would get a few hundred views if I was lucky. To my complete astonishment, that story ("Hiccup's Bride") became my second-most-popular story ever, and has gotten over 430,000 views. It has also spawned two alternate endings and a sequel. On the other hand, I've written stories that were complete flops, in terms of view counts, but I'm still glad I wrote them. At the end of the day, it's not about the view count; it's about the art of storytelling. I write for the joy of writing. If my work gets views or reviews or favorites or follows, that's a bonus, but it's never the reason for writing.

I hope this helps. Write on!

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I Hear Him Scream by Rift-Raft reviews
Hiccup is the first Viking to shoot down a Night Fury. Unfortunately, his incredible accomplishment has terrible consequences: becoming the beast itself. Surviving as a Viking is hard it even possible as a creature hated and feared by humans and dragons alike? Dragon!Hiccup. THERE IS NOW A SEQUEL: Echoed Songs!
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Adventure/Drama - Chapters: 17 - Words: 321,335 - Reviews: 1079 - Favs: 2,120 - Follows: 1,530 - Updated: 6/25 - Published: 10/29/2010 - Astrid, Hiccup, Stoick, Toothless - Complete
A Dragon's Gift by anhedral reviews
Astrid and her dragon exchange midwinter gifts. The experience is not quite what the young woman was expecting.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Chapters: 16 - Words: 75,278 - Reviews: 100 - Favs: 80 - Follows: 78 - Updated: 4/14/2018 - Published: 12/30/2011 - Astrid, Hiccup
Can't Buy Me Love by I am Number 5 reviews
Before Hiccup shoots down a Night Fury, he and Ruffnut are married off to each other. Witness awkward married life, dragons and the evolving of a relationship filled with pure crazy. Takes place before, during and after the movie.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Romance/Humor - Chapters: 4 - Words: 16,220 - Reviews: 136 - Favs: 311 - Follows: 314 - Updated: 12/8/2015 - Published: 6/27/2013 - [Hiccup, Ruffnut]
New Discoveries by DinoMaster316 reviews
What would happen if Astrid KNEW about Hiccup and Toothless before their romantic flight? HxA. Adopted from IdiotThinker.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Romance/Friendship - Chapters: 13 - Words: 28,761 - Reviews: 48 - Favs: 172 - Follows: 195 - Updated: 6/12/2015 - Published: 4/29/2013 - [Astrid, Hiccup] Toothless
Becoming Lífþrasir by Midoriko-sama reviews
People often wondered what kept Hiccup going during those early years. When that single, most-treasured thing is taken from him, there is little left to keep him on Berk. The day Stoick returns, and the day before the best recruit is finally chosen, Hiccup leaves Berk; little knowing that he would one day return under ... strange circumstances. H/A, R/F, rated for violence.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Family/Adventure - Chapters: 23 - Words: 121,591 - Reviews: 1121 - Favs: 4,929 - Follows: 1,990 - Updated: 8/14/2014 - Published: 1/24/2014 - [Hiccup, Astrid] Stoick - Complete
Run Away by Persadial reviews
AU: Hiccup flies away on Toothless after Astrid defeated the Nadder in the ring. EDIT: This version isn't going to have a sequel, since I can't begin to comprehend how to make it work with the second movie. However, I'm posting an edited version that will have a sequel. And YES, this version will stay up!
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Humor/Family - Chapters: 16 - Words: 22,072 - Reviews: 223 - Favs: 623 - Follows: 354 - Updated: 7/3/2014 - Published: 2/14/2013 - Astrid, Hiccup - Complete
Embracing The Second by ptahaegyptus2 reviews
When all you have is a hammer, then everything looks like a nail. That was King Agdar of Arendelle's blind spot when it came to dealing with the growing powers of his daughter Elsa. When she pulls away from all human touch, a desperate father reaches into his past to give his beloved girl a future, only to discover depths in her that he never knew existed.
Frozen - Rated: K+ - English - Family/Spiritual - Chapters: 9 - Words: 24,802 - Reviews: 85 - Favs: 98 - Follows: 66 - Updated: 6/21/2014 - Published: 6/8/2014 - Anna, Elsa, King Agnarr, Queen Iduna - Complete
A Distant Star, A Burning Sun by LJ9 reviews
Hiccup and Merida help each other find a way home.
Crossover - How to Train Your Dragon & Brave, 2012 - Rated: T - English - Romance - Chapters: 18 - Words: 34,800 - Reviews: 73 - Favs: 350 - Follows: 109 - Updated: 3/30/2014 - Published: 5/10/2013 - Hiccup, Toothless, Stoick, Merida - Complete
Point of Living by LesserWraith reviews
Hiccup is one year older today, and after understanding the horrifying truth behind human life, Toothless must consider his true reason of living. My first fic!
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Friendship/Hurt/Comfort - Chapters: 3 - Words: 26,732 - Reviews: 34 - Favs: 53 - Follows: 38 - Updated: 10/29/2013 - Published: 8/2/2013 - Hiccup, Toothless
Don't Fly So Much As Plummet by Spannerspoon reviews
It seems Toothless' bonding with the sheep family in Animal House went a little further than planned…
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,541 - Reviews: 4 - Favs: 31 - Follows: 4 - Published: 9/11/2013 - Gobber, Stoick, Phil - Complete
Most of Him by Elfpen reviews
The battle is over, the day has been won. The Green Death is dead, the three-hundred year long war has finally ended. But even the greatest of victories always come with cleanup, and sometimes it can be rather gruesome. Follows directly after the battle sequence in the movie. Rated for gore.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Hurt/Comfort/Family - Chapters: 7 - Words: 26,036 - Reviews: 163 - Favs: 704 - Follows: 349 - Updated: 8/1/2013 - Published: 4/3/2013 - Stoick, Hiccup
Not quite nothing by Goonlalagoon reviews
Hiccup was always an outsider, never quite fitting in. Ever since they were young, Astrid couldn't quite despise him as much as everybody else seemed to. Oneshot looking at why Astrid was always a little less ready to mock Hiccup than the rest of their group
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,060 - Reviews: 8 - Favs: 51 - Follows: 8 - Published: 5/15/2013 - Astrid, Hiccup - Complete
You Can Thank Me Later by Elfpen reviews
The winter holidays have rolled around once more, and with Snoggletog comes the annual dragon nesting season. Like five years ago, Hiccup constructs an autonomous tail for Toothless. And, like five years ago, Toothless uses the tail to leave Berk - but this time, it's not because of a helmet. He comes back late, but Hiccup can't hold a grudge against such a pleasant surprise.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Family - Chapters: 1 - Words: 3,136 - Reviews: 83 - Favs: 689 - Follows: 150 - Published: 5/7/2013 - Hiccup, Toothless, Astrid - Complete
Wouldn't by LookAboveYou reviews
The thought of all this, our own lives all together, being a part of the past hit me like a wave. I didn't bother to wipe the tears that fell. They went through a lot together, but only now did I understand the connection my Hiccup had with Toothless. And in the evening of their lives, he saw himself in Toothless.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Hurt/Comfort/Romance - Chapters: 1 - Words: 3,872 - Reviews: 33 - Favs: 55 - Follows: 10 - Published: 11/1/2012 - Astrid, Hiccup - Complete
The Choice by reens reviews
Before leading the Viking warriors on a blind mission to Helheim's Gate, Stoick takes desperate measures to secure his son's future. Forcing Hiccup into marriage might be just the thing. Cover image courtesy of IvanGriscenko on deviantart.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Romance/Friendship - Chapters: 30 - Words: 52,995 - Reviews: 689 - Favs: 3,161 - Follows: 1,073 - Updated: 10/7/2012 - Published: 9/19/2012 - Hiccup, Astrid - Complete
Angels of the Silences by CompYES reviews
After the raid, Hiccup decided not to search for Toothless's crash site. So when someone else happens to stumble on the indisposed dragon, both dragon and future rider are in for a surprise. A RuffnutHiccup story.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Adventure/Romance - Chapters: 12 - Words: 53,330 - Reviews: 218 - Favs: 475 - Follows: 268 - Updated: 8/13/2012 - Published: 4/1/2010 - Ruffnut, Hiccup - Complete
Socks by Astrid Goes For A Spin reviews
On Hiccup's first day back at work, Gobber, being Gobber, just has to bring up trolls. Hiccup doesn't exactly need left socks anymore, but he can't tell the difference. At this point, he's just glad he doesn't have to keep track of an extra boot.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Humor/Family - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,395 - Reviews: 10 - Favs: 67 - Follows: 10 - Published: 1/22/2012 - Hiccup, Gobber - Complete
Guide to Holiday Etiquette by Fjord Mustang reviews
Here is some useful advice to follow if you happen to celebrate the holidays with the Vikings on Berk. It is a guide to manners... with a twist. Hint- it is intended for non Vikings, and being human is optional. Complete.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Humor/Parody - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,947 - Reviews: 26 - Favs: 77 - Follows: 12 - Published: 12/24/2011 - Complete
Slow Transitions by Crazy-Chemist1 reviews
Dragons and Vikings may not be fighting anymore, but it takes more than a few days for old enemies to become friends. A slower take on the end of the movie.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Chapters: 4 - Words: 25,025 - Reviews: 56 - Favs: 267 - Follows: 89 - Updated: 5/22/2010 - Published: 4/16/2010 - Hiccup, Astrid - Complete
Sleeping Arrangements by Elfpen reviews
Stoick and Toothless are at odds as to where an over-protective Night Fury should sleep. Hiccup is at a loss of what to do, until Toothless decides to take matters into his own hands – er, claws. Oneshot. A/N: And now, I give you: The Sequel
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Friendship/Family - Chapters: 2 - Words: 5,985 - Reviews: 126 - Favs: 1,323 - Follows: 263 - Updated: 5/6/2010 - Published: 4/8/2010 - Hiccup, Toothless - Complete
A Zergling's Observations by Violetlight reviews
I wrote this as a school project, believe it or not. Zerglings observe an "oddity" of Terran behaviour.
StarCraft - Rated: K+ - English - Poetry/Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 586 - Reviews: 29 - Favs: 5 - Published: 11/1/2001
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The Felines of Pern reviews
There is an intelligent species on Pern that has a bad reputation, even though we know almost nothing about them. How do they live? Why are they attacking Pern's humans and dragons? Are they just savage predators, or are they reasonable beings? This story takes place right after "The Skies of Pern." Rated K-plus; the language is all K.
Dragonriders of Pern series - Rated: K+ - English - Friendship/Adventure - Chapters: 14 - Words: 55,730 - Reviews: 48 - Favs: 17 - Follows: 27 - Updated: 10/22 - Published: 7/23 - F'lessan / Felessan, Tai, OC
Dragon Names that Missed the Mark reviews
Over the many Turns that Pernese culture has existed, a few dragons must have hatched with names that caused some confusion.
Dragonriders of Pern series - Rated: K - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 662 - Reviews: 10 - Favs: 5 - Follows: 2 - Published: 8/2 - Complete
What's a Runner to Do? reviews
Tenna's daughter Hanna is facing a double crisis. Both the Runnercraft and her own membership in that Craft are in danger. AIVAS may be able to help with the first problem, but who can help her with the second? This is a sequel to "Runner of Pern." Rated K-plus to be safe; the language is all K.
Dragonriders of Pern series - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 3 - Words: 13,548 - Reviews: 10 - Favs: 2 - Follows: 2 - Updated: 6/18 - Published: 6/5 - AIVIS, OC - Complete
Tales from the Fair reviews
These are some of the stories of Pern, retold from the fire-lizards' point of view.
Dragonriders of Pern series - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 6 - Words: 19,317 - Reviews: 15 - Favs: 11 - Follows: 16 - Updated: 5/21 - Published: 3/15
The Fanfic Panel Discussion reviews
The dragon-riders attend a convention of fanfic writers and try to answer all their questions. The results will be funny, surprising, touching, and a lot of other things. Rated T for adult themes; the language is all K.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Humor - Chapters: 9 - Words: 28,157 - Reviews: 94 - Favs: 70 - Follows: 47 - Updated: 4/24 - Published: 8/22/2013 - Complete
Beyond Between Revisited reviews
There are parts of "Beyond Between" that don't make sense to me. This version is very different from the "real" story, but you may like it.
Dragonriders of Pern series - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 4,700 - Reviews: 4 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 3 - Published: 3/5 - Moreta - Complete
The Erroneous Eggs reviews
Ramoth's new clutch includes some unusual eggs that hatch into VERY unusual dragons. Pern may never be the same. This is a crossover among Dragonriders of Pern, Inheritance Cycle, Spyro the Dragon, How to Train Your Dragon, Temeraire, The Neverending Story, The Hobbit, and the song "Puff the Magic Dragon." Rated T for some adult themes. The language is all K-rated.
Dragonriders of Pern series - Rated: T - English - Friendship/Adventure - Chapters: 13 - Words: 48,763 - Reviews: 48 - Favs: 15 - Follows: 13 - Updated: 2/16 - Published: 1/1 - F'nor / Famanoran, OC - Complete
The Name Change reviews
In this short story, we learn the reason for an issue that has bothered the devotees of Pern for decades: why did T'ton in "Dragonflight" turn into T'ron in "Dragonquest?" It takes place in the time between the two stories. Rated K-plus.
Dragonriders of Pern series - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,979 - Reviews: 10 - Favs: 5 - Follows: 2 - Published: 1/16 - F'lar / Fallarnon, F'nor / Famanoran, Lessa - Complete
How Mildew Stole Snoggletog! reviews
This is how Mildew tried to keep the annual Snoggletog holiday from happening on Berk, and keep dozens of dragon eggs from hatching as gifts there. It bears a resemblance to a famous Christmas story, but that has to be just a coincidence.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Humor/Poetry - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,819 - Reviews: 7 - Favs: 7 - Follows: 2 - Published: 1/6 - Mildew - Complete
The Heather Channel reviews
Heather is back, this time as a result of tragedy. The results of that tragedy will result in the unthinkable – Heather marrying Hiccup! But is it all just another deceitful game of hers, and if it is, how is she playing it? Heathercup, Hiccstrid. Rated T for adult themes and some dark stuff (be sure to read the trigger warning in Chapter 1); the language is all K.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Romance - Chapters: 27 - Words: 57,105 - Reviews: 244 - Favs: 156 - Follows: 119 - Updated: 12/11/2020 - Published: 7/17/2013 - [Hiccup, Heather] Astrid - Complete
Late Arrival
Victor and Emily were beginning what might have been a life-changing conversation at her piano, when shouts of "New arrival!" from the nearby pub distracted them. The new arrival was Victor's family servant, Mayhew, who had finally expired from his chronic lung ailment. What would have happened if Mayhew had lived just a little while longer?
Corpse Bride - Rated: K+ - English - Romance - Chapters: 1 - Words: 4,504 - Favs: 18 - Follows: 5 - Published: 10/13/2020 - Victor V., Emily - Complete
Lightning and Death Itself reviews
Toothless uses a little-known dragon ability to alter the outcome of the romantic flight... and the very nature of his passengers. Rated T for subject matter; the language is all K. Dragon!Hiccup, dragon!Astrid, some Hiccstrid, no slash. This story got its one millionth view on July 7, 2018 - thank you!
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Friendship/Adventure - Chapters: 172 - Words: 474,316 - Reviews: 2173 - Favs: 1,745 - Follows: 1,355 - Updated: 10/3/2020 - Published: 5/30/2013 - [Hiccup, Astrid] Toothless
The Visitors reviews
Two of Anne McCaffrey's most beloved creations meet, but it is a very uncertain meeting. The brainship needs Pern's help with emergency repairs; the people of Pern see the brainship as a harbinger of disaster. Rated K-plus; the language is all K.
Crossover - Dragonriders of Pern series & Brainships series - Rated: K+ - English - Friendship/Adventure - Chapters: 11 - Words: 42,394 - Reviews: 46 - Favs: 21 - Follows: 16 - Updated: 7/24/2020 - Published: 6/19/2020 - Jaxom, Menolly - Complete
Tales from the Weyrlings' Barracks reviews
How does a teen-aged boy with a bad reputation turn into a respectable dragon rider? It can be a crooked path. Follow the stories of two very minor characters from Dragonquest, Pellomar and Birto, from the day they Impress their dragons to the day they become full-fledged Thread-fighters. Rated K-plus; the language is all K.
Dragonriders of Pern series - Rated: K+ - English - Adventure/Friendship - Chapters: 13 - Words: 43,438 - Reviews: 18 - Favs: 10 - Follows: 14 - Updated: 5/1/2020 - Published: 3/21/2020 - Complete
The Dragons' Code reviews
Pirates live by the Pirates' Code, cowboys have the Cowboy Code, and now we can learn about the Dragons' Code, sixteen rules that all dragons obey. Most of their rules are good for humans to obey, too.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 560 - Reviews: 5 - Favs: 25 - Follows: 10 - Published: 12/3/2019 - Complete
Stranger on a Strange Island reviews
Two of the most famous dragon-riders in history meet... and they'd better learn to work together, or they'll face a double calamity. This story starts in the middle of "The White Dragon," when Jaxom and Ruth were returning Ramoth's stolen queen egg. Most of the action takes place in Berk, between the first and second movies. The story is rated K-plus; the language is all K.
Crossover - Dragonriders of Pern series & How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Friendship/Adventure - Chapters: 6 - Words: 20,943 - Reviews: 27 - Favs: 20 - Follows: 13 - Updated: 9/20/2019 - Published: 8/16/2019 - Jaxom, Ruth, Hiccup - Complete
Dragonflight, Hollywood Style reviews
Many Pern fans keep hoping that their favorite dragon-friendly world will someday become the subject of a good movie. But Hollywood's current trend is to push an agenda, even if it means "taking creative liberties" with the original story, and I'm afraid that a Pern movie would be no exception. This story is rated K-plus; the language is all K.
Dragonriders of Pern series - Rated: K+ - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,713 - Reviews: 15 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 2 - Published: 7/26/2019 - F'lar / Fallarnon, Lessa - Complete
Three Little Maids from School reviews
If you ever reached the end of "Dragonsinger" and wondered what happened to the other paying students in the Harper Hall, then this story is for you. The title is a song from "The Mikado" by Gilbert & Sullivan. Rated K-plus; the language is all K.
Dragonriders of Pern series - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,745 - Reviews: 7 - Favs: 9 - Follows: 4 - Published: 7/23/2019 - Complete
Revenge, Served Warm reviews
This story takes our favorite journeyman Harper to the one place on Pern where she never, ever wanted to go again. But Masterharper Robinton wants some new songs taught there. At least he will accompany her on the trip, to help smooth a passage that is sure to be extremely rocky. Rated K-plus; the language is all K.
Dragonriders of Pern series - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 2 - Words: 8,568 - Reviews: 21 - Favs: 25 - Follows: 8 - Updated: 7/19/2019 - Published: 7/12/2019 - Menolly, Robinton - Complete
Anytime, Anyplace, Any Weyr reviews
The Lord Holders are marching on Benden Weyr again, with a much more personal set of demands this time. As usual, they have no idea what they're getting into. As usual, F'lar and Lessa will be more than happy to enlighten them. This takes place during the Ninth Pass, shortly after the Oldtimers came forward. The story is rated T for adult themes; the language is all K.
Dragonriders of Pern series - Rated: T - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 6,549 - Reviews: 9 - Favs: 4 - Follows: 2 - Published: 6/20/2019 - F'lar / Fallarnon, Lessa - Complete
To Save Two reviews
What would it take to keep two Pern dragons alive who otherwise would have died? Not much; the pieces to that puzzle are already in "Dragonquest." But the complications that follow, while they aren't as bad as losing a dragon, are not easy to deal with. This is a retelling of the end of chapter XII. The story is rated K-plus; the language is all K. July 7, 2020: new ending added.
Dragonriders of Pern series - Rated: K+ - English - Friendship - Chapters: 1 - Words: 6,121 - Reviews: 12 - Favs: 7 - Follows: 5 - Published: 6/13/2019 - [F'nor / Famanoran, Brekke] Canth - Complete
Unimpressed reviews
What happens if a newly-hatched dragon can't find the person he wants to Impress? Rated K-plus to be safe; the language is all K.
Dragonriders of Pern series - Rated: K+ - English - Friendship - Chapters: 4 - Words: 13,710 - Reviews: 29 - Favs: 20 - Follows: 19 - Updated: 6/7/2019 - Published: 5/17/2019 - F'lar / Fallarnon, Lessa, OC - Complete
Smidvarg reviews
The life and times of a certain small white dragon, and the events of "When Darkness Falls" as seen through his eyes.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 4 - Words: 10,847 - Reviews: 28 - Favs: 23 - Follows: 18 - Updated: 4/26/2019 - Published: 4/5/2019 - Complete
How to View Your Dragons reviews
You've probably seen many stories about how the canon cast of HTTYD watched themselves in the first movie. But what if their DRAGONS could watch themselves? The results will be humorous, touching, and enlightening, sometimes all at once. This story takes place between the first movie and the second one. Rated K-plus to be safe; the language is all K.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Adventure/Friendship - Chapters: 16 - Words: 60,038 - Reviews: 127 - Favs: 169 - Follows: 130 - Updated: 2/8/2019 - Published: 10/27/2018 - Toothless, Stormfly, Meatlug, Hookfang - Complete
Wicked Worm reviews
Was Smaug really as villainous as the dwarves portrayed him? Is it possible that the dwarves bear some of the blame, too? This is based on the book "The Hobbit," not on the movies. Rated K-plus; the language is all K.
Hobbit - Rated: K+ - English - Friendship/Adventure - Chapters: 9 - Words: 29,227 - Reviews: 44 - Favs: 97 - Follows: 49 - Updated: 8/17/2018 - Published: 6/22/2018 - Bilbo B., Smaug - Complete
Night Furies, Light Furies, and Overbite Furies reviews
First, we had the Night Fury. Then, they came up with the Light Fury. What other kinds of Fury dragons might there be? One-off.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 743 - Reviews: 31 - Favs: 30 - Follows: 16 - Published: 6/18/2018 - Complete
I Knew It, I'm Dead reviews
Hiccup can handle dragons, and he's getting better at handling Vikings. But he might not do so well against the adversaries he'd face in our society. Rated K, but it's not really a kid's story. It's not laugh-out-loud humor, but oh-good-grief humor (but if you do laugh out loud, I won't mind).
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,667 - Reviews: 16 - Favs: 20 - Follows: 12 - Published: 3/15/2018 - Hiccup, Toothless - Complete
All the Small Things reviews
Very small gold coins can have enormous value, depending on what you buy with them. Very small dragons can cause enormous problems, even if they're very, very cute. Hiccup suddenly has to deal with both. Rated K-plus to be safe; the language is all K.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Adventure - Chapters: 6 - Words: 15,435 - Reviews: 23 - Favs: 34 - Follows: 25 - Updated: 12/29/2017 - Published: 11/24/2017 - Astrid, Hiccup - Complete
The Wonderful Lizard of Laws reviews
Astrid is carried off to a faraway land where her friends are acting strange and her enemies are even nastier than usual. She seeks help from an unknown dragon, but the price tag could be higher than she can pay. Rated K-plus just to be safe. Please note that I will probably never finish this story. Enjoy it for what it's worth.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Humor/Adventure - Chapters: 5 - Words: 7,230 - Reviews: 25 - Favs: 9 - Follows: 10 - Updated: 11/21/2017 - Published: 11/6/2017 - Astrid
Night Terrors reviews
An unwelcome face from the past makes a surprise reappearance on Berk. Now one of Hiccup's friends may be gone forever, and the others are trapped in unfamiliar bodies. Their only hope lies in a dragon who doesn't know how to fly. Rated K-plus, just to be safe; the language is all K.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Friendship/Adventure - Chapters: 8 - Words: 17,718 - Reviews: 50 - Favs: 50 - Follows: 34 - Updated: 7/4/2017 - Published: 6/9/2017 - Hiccup, Toothless - Complete
A Different Destiny reviews
What if an unnamed French dragon's talons had found a different mark? What if it wasn't Levitas who received the mortal wounds that night? Rated K-plus because I think that's what "His Majesty's Dragon" would have gotten; the language is all K.
Temeraire - Rated: K+ - English - Friendship/Hurt/Comfort - Chapters: 7 - Words: 17,366 - Reviews: 13 - Favs: 16 - Follows: 13 - Updated: 4/25/2017 - Published: 3/29/2017 - W. Laurence, E. Roland, Levitas - Complete
Every Thorn Has Its Rose reviews
The official histories tell us that the first female "captain" of a Longwing was a maidservant to Queen Elizabeth I, and that the discovery that Longwings preferred women was a lucky break. Unfortunately, this is just a bit of royal propaganda. The reality was somewhat less flattering to the Aerial Corps, and quite a bit more chaotic as well. This is a prequel to the novels.
Temeraire - Rated: T - English - Friendship - Chapters: 24 - Words: 77,384 - Reviews: 45 - Favs: 30 - Follows: 19 - Updated: 1/20/2017 - Published: 9/2/2016 - OC - Complete
Snart's Saga reviews
When a lonely young Norse farmer inadvertently trains an injured dragon, the world turns upside down for him and everyone around him. OC's. Parts 1 and 2 are K-plus, but parts 3 and 4 need a T, so the whole thing gets a T for subject matter and mild violence - the language is all K. Thanks to Namyre for the image of Snart's three dragons. This was my first fanfic.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Adventure/Friendship - Chapters: 126 - Words: 264,284 - Reviews: 296 - Favs: 131 - Follows: 85 - Updated: 10/28/2016 - Published: 5/26/2013 - Hiccup, OC - Complete
The Dragons' Convention reviews
When all the dragons get together, they vote Toothless the #1 Most Loved Dragon. Many of them want to ask him questions... but what kinds of questions? You, the readers, get to choose. Rated K-plus.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 9 - Words: 20,487 - Reviews: 110 - Favs: 38 - Follows: 31 - Updated: 10/1/2016 - Published: 1/2/2016 - Complete
Birds of a Feather reviews
Everyone on Berk has come down with a strange illness they caught from the dragons. They desperately need a cure, and Fishlegs might be the only one who can find it. This was NOT a good time for him to come down with an even WORSE problem. This story gets my usual T rating for adult themes; the language is all K. Dragon!Fishlegs.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Adventure/Friendship - Chapters: 15 - Words: 32,360 - Reviews: 95 - Favs: 31 - Follows: 19 - Updated: 6/17/2016 - Published: 5/16/2016 - [Fishlegs I., Meatlug] Toothless - Complete
Dimmadreki's Quest reviews
Dimmadreki, formerly known as Hiccup, is fulfilling his destiny by freeing all the dragons from the tyrannical Monsters. He has his keen mind, the firepower of a Night Fury, and the help of his mate. But all these things may not be enough to overcome the challenges he's about to face. This is a sequel to "Dimmadreki." Rated T to be safe; the language is all K.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Adventure/Friendship - Chapters: 36 - Words: 86,201 - Reviews: 403 - Favs: 274 - Follows: 183 - Updated: 4/29/2016 - Published: 2/8/2016 - [Hiccup, OC] Toothless - Complete
Dimmadreki reviews
Hiccup thinks his life is hard... but then a witch's spell forces him to flee the village or die. Now he doesn't even know what he can eat. His only possible helper refuses to believe his story, and her plans for him are unspeakable. He realizes he still has a lot to learn about a hard life. Dragon!Hiccup xOC. Rated T for some adult themes; the language is all K.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Adventure/Romance - Chapters: 19 - Words: 49,900 - Reviews: 319 - Favs: 579 - Follows: 330 - Updated: 3/2/2016 - Published: 7/11/2014 - [Hiccup, OC] - Complete
Hiccup's Bride reviews
Tribal politics may force Hiccup to marry a total stranger from another island! How will he (and Astrid, and Stoick, and everyone else he knows) handle this? How will the total stranger handle it? Movie characters, book characters, and OC's all mix together. This story now includes two alternate endings. Rated T for adult situations and some limes; the language is all K.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Romance/Friendship - Chapters: 83 - Words: 194,510 - Reviews: 910 - Favs: 558 - Follows: 359 - Updated: 11/20/2015 - Published: 11/13/2013 - [Hiccup, OC] Astrid - Complete
The Hideous RuffleTuffleback reviews
Ruffnut and Tuffnut try to find out in advance what awaits them in Dragon Training. Instead, their lives get turned around in the worst way imaginable. There's a very good chance they won't even survive the experience. Rated T to be safe; the language is all K.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Family/Adventure - Chapters: 23 - Words: 42,899 - Reviews: 169 - Favs: 72 - Follows: 56 - Updated: 10/8/2015 - Published: 8/16/2015 - Ruffnut, Tuffnut - Complete
An Act of True Love reviews
The first time we saw "Frozen," we all assumed that the saying "only an act of true love can thaw a frozen heart" meant someone who loved Anna had to do something for her. We all rejoiced when we realized that it was Anna's act of true love that thawed her own heart. But the troll chief's words could be taken a third way. What if that third way was what the Grand Pabbie meant?
Frozen - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,558 - Reviews: 21 - Favs: 48 - Follows: 17 - Published: 6/12/2015 - Anna, Hans, Elsa - Complete
Women's Work reviews
Sometimes, when the man of the house has no clue how to solve a problem, the woman has to buckle down and solve it herself. Of course, she may have to hide the results from him, especially if he's the king of Arendelle, and the problem is your 12-year-old daughter with uncontrollable cold powers. But some outcomes can't be hidden. Rated K-plus to be safe; the language is all K.
Frozen - Rated: K+ - English - Family - Chapters: 14 - Words: 34,440 - Reviews: 87 - Favs: 89 - Follows: 47 - Updated: 6/9/2015 - Published: 5/11/2015 - Anna, Elsa, Queen Iduna - Complete
Growing Together reviews
Queen Elsa and Prince Anders are finally married, and are adjusting to life with each other. But "happily ever after" doesn't always come easily. Their journey takes them through one of her greatest fears, not to mention a threat to their entire kingdom (and their lives). This is a sequel to "Frozen Together" and "Thawing Together." Rated K-plus; the language is all K.
Frozen - Rated: K+ - English - Romance/Adventure - Chapters: 13 - Words: 27,706 - Reviews: 81 - Favs: 54 - Follows: 31 - Updated: 4/20/2015 - Published: 3/23/2015 - [Elsa, OC] Anna - Complete
For the Love of Two reviews
It has been a year and a half since Victoria Van Dort left the Land of the Living forever. Victor is so distraught that he's seriously considering giving up his life in exchange for love... but whose love? Warning: character deaths (but that's not so bad in a story like this). Rated T for brief allusions to adult themes; the language is all K.
Corpse Bride - Rated: K+ - English - Romance/Hurt/Comfort - Chapters: 9 - Words: 18,115 - Reviews: 27 - Favs: 64 - Follows: 30 - Updated: 2/27/2015 - Published: 2/8/2015 - [Victor V., Emily] Victoria E. - Complete
Snotlout's Bride reviews
It's Snotlout's turn to find a wife. He has high standards, but to his amazement, he gets the girl he deserves. Hoo-boy, does he ever! Will either of them survive? This is a sequel to "Hiccup's Bride" (the original timeline), and you should read that story first if you haven't read it already. Snotlout xOC, with some Hiccstrid. Rated T for adult themes; the language is all K.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Romance/Humor - Chapters: 27 - Words: 63,323 - Reviews: 204 - Favs: 109 - Follows: 75 - Updated: 1/16/2015 - Published: 11/17/2014 - [Snotlout, OC] - Complete
A Mixed Movie Review reviews
I couldn't help noticing that the plot for HTTYD2 is almost identical to the plot for The Lion King. Did anyone else notice this?
Crossover - How to Train Your Dragon & Lion King - Rated: K - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 460 - Reviews: 47 - Favs: 25 - Follows: 12 - Published: 1/3/2015 - Hiccup, Simba - Complete
Repetition's Just Like Prison reviews
Why are so many fanfic plots so similar? How does Hiccup feel about being in so many stories that all sound the same? Massive breaking of the fourth wall. Rated T for allusions to adult themes; the language is all K.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 3,113 - Reviews: 49 - Favs: 63 - Follows: 15 - Published: 9/20/2014 - Complete
Telling Them Apart reviews
The main battle in the second movie might have turned out very differently if Drago had made one small, understandable mistake. Both Stoick and the Snowy Bewilderbeast would still be alive as a result, Drago Bludvist would have been completely humiliated, and Hiccup and Valka would have shared a good laugh together. One-off.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Adventure/Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,306 - Reviews: 78 - Favs: 290 - Follows: 95 - Published: 9/13/2014 - Complete
The Dragons of Heaven reviews
Could there be dragons in Heaven? Is it possible to reconcile such a belief with what the Bible says? And can we work HTTYD into such a mix without being blasphemous? I think so, in a fanfic kind of a way. Rated K-plus, just to be safe; the language is all K.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Spiritual - Chapters: 1 - Words: 3,031 - Reviews: 25 - Favs: 16 - Follows: 6 - Published: 9/5/2014 - OC - Complete
Bewilderment reviews
There is evidence to suggest that the Snowy Bewilderbeast isn't really dead. I don't want him to be dead; I like that dragon! But the Muddy Bewilderbeast did SOMETHING to keep him out of the rest of the battle. What really happened out there... and how will it affect Berk, Toothless, and Hiccup? Rated K-plus to be safe; the language is all K. One-shot.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Adventure/Friendship - Chapters: 1 - Words: 3,880 - Reviews: 25 - Favs: 140 - Follows: 41 - Published: 7/25/2014 - Complete
Thawing Together reviews
With Anna going away on her honeymoon with Kristoff, who will help Elsa keep her power under control? Sometimes the help you need comes from an unexpected source. Sometimes it can even change your life. This is a sequel to "Frozen Together." Elsa xOC, some little bits of Kristanna. Rated K-plus; the language is all K.
Frozen - Rated: K+ - English - Romance/Friendship - Chapters: 20 - Words: 46,865 - Reviews: 143 - Favs: 107 - Follows: 67 - Updated: 7/9/2014 - Published: 5/26/2014 - [Elsa, OC] Anna - Complete
Something to Talk About reviews
What if Hiccup had actually tried to talk to his father in the back room of the forge? Would it have made any difference? Whether it did or not, it's still interesting to think about. Rated K-plus; the language is all K. One-off.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,438 - Reviews: 11 - Favs: 58 - Follows: 26 - Published: 5/24/2014 - Hiccup, Stoick - Complete
Frozen Together reviews
What would have happened if Elsa had found the courage to say three tiny words near the beginning of the movie? Things might have turned out somewhat differently, especially with a few other plausible plot twists. This story is rated K-plus; the language is all K.
Frozen - Rated: K+ - English - Friendship - Chapters: 20 - Words: 40,179 - Reviews: 256 - Favs: 247 - Follows: 179 - Updated: 5/23/2014 - Published: 4/11/2014 - Elsa, Anna - Complete
A Nadder's Mystery reviews
The canon cast's younger siblings get a LOT more than they bargained for when they rescue a lost baby dragon from a cave. Rated K-plus for mild violence; the language is all K. This story is set in my "Lightning and Death Itself" timeline.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Friendship/Adventure - Chapters: 10 - Words: 22,025 - Reviews: 51 - Favs: 57 - Follows: 29 - Updated: 1/24/2014 - Published: 1/13/2014 - Astrid, OC - Complete
Green Eggs and Fluff reviews
Ruffnut and Tuffnut try to persuade Astrid to eat something new and different. Any resemblance to a famous children's book is purely deliberate.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Humor/Poetry - Chapters: 1 - Words: 817 - Reviews: 30 - Favs: 20 - Follows: 7 - Published: 10/22/2013 - Astrid, Ruffnut, Tuffnut - Complete
Do You Mind? reviews
An important mission for the dragon-riders gets complicated when they are suddenly able to hear their dragons' thoughts, and vice-versa. The word "chaos" doesn't begin to describe what happens next. Rated T for some adult themes; the language is all K. Some Ruffcup, just because I never did any Ruffcup before, but it ends on a Hiccstrid note, so it's okay.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Adventure/Humor - Chapters: 10 - Words: 18,223 - Reviews: 78 - Favs: 120 - Follows: 61 - Updated: 10/16/2013 - Published: 8/29/2013 - [Hiccup, Ruffnut] Astrid - Complete
Heather Together reviews
What would it take to realistically get Hiccup away from Astrid and into someone else's arms? If that someone-else washed ashore in the middle of the movie, instead of later during the CN series, things might have turned out very differently. I wrote this because several people requested it. Rated T for a bit of lime flavor at the end; the language is all K. Heathercup.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Romance - Chapters: 17 - Words: 32,022 - Reviews: 243 - Favs: 367 - Follows: 175 - Updated: 10/14/2013 - Published: 8/10/2013 - [Hiccup, Heather] - Complete
Ruffnut's Wish reviews
Ruffnut wishes on a wishbone, and her much-longed-for but utterly improbable wish begins to come true, as wonderful new teens start arriving on Berk out of nowhere! This makes some people ecstatically happy, and others... not so much. Rated T for a kiss and a bit of innuendo; there is no swearing. WAFF galore, with a little romantic suspense to make it interesting. Hiccstrid.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Romance/Humor - Chapters: 7 - Words: 9,833 - Reviews: 62 - Favs: 87 - Follows: 36 - Updated: 10/13/2013 - Published: 10/7/2013 - [Hiccup, Astrid] - Complete
Astrid and the Horrible, Terrible, Very Bad, No Good Day reviews
We all know how hard Astrid worked to be the best young warrior in Berk. But Astrid's life at that time wasn't all roses. I just want to know one thing: how did this entry from her diary get rewritten centuries later and transformed into a famous children's book?
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 921 - Reviews: 9 - Favs: 17 - Follows: 5 - Published: 10/5/2013 - Astrid - Complete
Did Anybody See That? reviews
If one nameless dragon had moved a little bit faster at the beginning of the movie, Hiccup's life would have turned out very, very differently. Rated T for some adult themes; the language is all K. Hiccstrid.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Adventure/Romance - Chapters: 19 - Words: 37,578 - Reviews: 293 - Favs: 661 - Follows: 287 - Updated: 9/2/2013 - Published: 6/8/2013 - [Hiccup, Astrid] Toothless - Complete
How to Train Your Pony reviews
A small, cute, accident-prone visitor has appeared in the skies over Berk. How will she get home, will Berk still be standing after she leaves, and WHY is Hiccup so willing to overlook the calamities she's causing?
Crossover - My Little Pony & How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Friendship - Chapters: 5 - Words: 7,429 - Reviews: 32 - Favs: 42 - Follows: 18 - Updated: 8/1/2013 - Published: 7/16/2013 - Derpy Hooves/Ditzy Doo, Hiccup - Complete
Seasons of Gray reviews
A series of short stories about our characters in their golden years.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Friendship - Chapters: 2 - Words: 3,278 - Reviews: 16 - Favs: 28 - Follows: 21 - Updated: 7/19/2013 - Published: 6/29/2013 - Hiccup
Things I Cannot Do In Berk Any More reviews
I took a fanboy trip to Berk; all I did was get in trouble. Here is a list of things I am no longer allowed to do in Berk. If you're wise, you'll learn from my mistakes.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 467 - Reviews: 35 - Favs: 37 - Follows: 14 - Published: 7/13/2013 - Complete
Second-in-Command reviews
Stoick wants Hiccup to choose a second-in-command for the Dragon Training Academy. How can he make a wise, fair choice among his own friends, without making everyone mad at him? Let's just say, he doesn't do it the way Stoick would have done it. Rated K-plus, just to be safe; the language is all K.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Humor/Friendship - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,915 - Reviews: 32 - Favs: 146 - Follows: 36 - Published: 7/6/2013 - Complete
HTTYD Song List reviews
This is a retelling of the movie, using only song titles. Most of the titles are oldies because those are the songs I'm most familiar with. I've added the cues from the actual sound track, to help you follow the "action."
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 947 - Reviews: 11 - Favs: 16 - Follows: 7 - Published: 7/4/2013 - Complete
But Only the Left Ones reviews
In this one-off, I give Snotlout the spotlight (he doesn't get it very often), and also solve one of the most enduring mysteries ever known on Berk.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,367 - Reviews: 12 - Favs: 29 - Follows: 5 - Published: 6/25/2013 - Snotlout - Complete
Man in the Middle reviews
When the son of a Viking chief marries the love of his life, their wedding night has to have witnesses. Could anything be worse? Yes, if one of those witnesses is a well-meaning but confused Night Fury. Rated T for adult themes; the language is all K. Hiccstrid. This is my favorite of all the stories I've written.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Romance/Humor - Chapters: 4 - Words: 5,063 - Reviews: 60 - Favs: 234 - Follows: 82 - Updated: 6/24/2013 - Published: 6/12/2013 - [Astrid, Hiccup] Toothless - Complete
The Treacherous reviews
Why aren't there any teens in Berk, other than the six we know about? And what did Alvin the Treacherous do that was so terrible? Here's my guess, which ties the two together. Don't take it too seriously.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 631 - Reviews: 12 - Favs: 26 - Follows: 10 - Published: 6/22/2013 - Alvin the Treacherous - Complete
Dragon Friend reviews
These are just some very short stories about what it's like to have a Night Fury for a best friend.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Friendship - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,337 - Reviews: 25 - Favs: 107 - Follows: 28 - Published: 6/20/2013 - Toothless, Hiccup - Complete
Thawfest Interlude reviews
What went on between Hiccup and Toothless when they crash-landed in the meadow instead of winning the final event of the Thawfest Games? I think they had a rather intense confrontation.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Friendship - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,176 - Reviews: 10 - Favs: 63 - Follows: 14 - Published: 6/18/2013 - Hiccup, Toothless - Complete
Calling the Bluff reviews
There are lots of stories about how Hiccup and Astrid might have gotten engaged. Here's another one. I know it doesn't line up with how Vikings actually did these things, but it makes a nice story anyway. These events take place immediately after "Heather Report." Hiccstrid (of course).
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Romance - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,134 - Reviews: 31 - Favs: 145 - Follows: 35 - Published: 6/17/2013 - [Astrid, Hiccup] - Complete
Protection reviews
Stoick felt an overwhelming need to protect his calamity-prone son. But he knew he couldn't be there for Hiccup all the time. His solution made a lot of people happy, but no one ever knew his real motive.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Family/Romance - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,272 - Reviews: 14 - Favs: 145 - Follows: 49 - Published: 6/15/2013 - Stoick, Hiccup - Complete
Berk Nursery Rhymes reviews
These are the nursery rhymes they teach to small children in Berk. If they don't seem like something you'd want to recite to a child, ask yourself – are they that much worse than "When the bough breaks, the cradle will fall, and down will come baby, cradle and all"?
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Humor/Poetry - Chapters: 1 - Words: 563 - Reviews: 34 - Favs: 48 - Follows: 13 - Published: 6/10/2013 - Complete
A Person reviews
Can a dragon be considered a person? Hiccup needs to know. Eternity needs to know. This is an unabashed tearjerker. Warning: character deaths. One-off.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Hurt/Comfort/Friendship - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,206 - Reviews: 31 - Favs: 85 - Follows: 18 - Published: 6/5/2013 - Toothless, Hiccup, Astrid - Complete
Outburst reviews
Toothless' dragony ways get on the teens' nerves, but Snotlout steps over the line and Hiccup lets him know it. Fortunately, someone can see the truth. One-shot, WAFF.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Friendship - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,733 - Reviews: 30 - Favs: 137 - Follows: 29 - Published: 6/1/2013 - Hiccup, Toothless, Astrid - Complete
I Won This Thing reviews
A simple mishap changes the course of events, and Astrid wins in dragon training. But her victory is hollow, and only drags her into an even bigger mess.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Adventure/Friendship - Chapters: 7 - Words: 8,943 - Reviews: 26 - Favs: 93 - Follows: 45 - Updated: 5/25/2013 - Published: 5/10/2013 - [Astrid, Hiccup] - Complete
The Mysterious Mystery Girl reviews
A mysterious girl falls from the sky over Berk with a deep, dark secret that could destroy their world. I stink at writing summaries. Rated K because I'm paranoid. - Okay, this is really a parody of bad fanfics. Enjoy it for what it's worth, but PLEASE don't take it seriously.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,297 - Reviews: 51 - Favs: 47 - Follows: 10 - Published: 5/24/2013 - Hiccup - Complete
Show A Little Respect reviews
Hookfang tells his story. 3 short chapters.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Chapters: 3 - Words: 2,343 - Reviews: 12 - Favs: 42 - Follows: 12 - Published: 5/6/2013 - Hookfang - Complete
Romantic Flights of Fancy reviews
Hiccup, Astrid, and Toothless wax poetic about the Romantic Flight. Three sonnets.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K - English - Poetry - Chapters: 1 - Words: 434 - Reviews: 8 - Favs: 8 - Follows: 5 - Published: 5/4/2013 - Astrid, Hiccup, Toothless - Complete
How Is It Done? reviews
Hiccup and Astrid's wedding is happening very soon, but there are some important details about married life that no one will tell them about, and they're getting very nervous about it. This is my first attempt at writing something romantic. Rated T for subject matter; the language is all K. Hicstrid.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: T - English - Romance/Friendship - Chapters: 7 - Words: 4,576 - Reviews: 36 - Favs: 86 - Follows: 31 - Published: 5/3/2013 - [Hiccup, Astrid] Toothless - Complete
The Killer reviews
The "Forbidden Friendship" sequence as seen through Toothless' eyes. Other people have probably done this already, but this is my version. Be sure the music is playing, in the background or in your mind, as you read. One chapter, one-off. Rated K-plus just to be safe.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Friendship - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,386 - Reviews: 27 - Favs: 91 - Follows: 22 - Published: 5/2/2013 - Hiccup, Toothless - Complete
The Change reviews
The events of HTTYD (movie) as seen from Stormfly's perspective. 5 short chapters. My first submission.
How to Train Your Dragon - Rated: K+ - English - Friendship/Adventure - Chapters: 5 - Words: 2,200 - Reviews: 24 - Favs: 55 - Follows: 19 - Published: 5/1/2013 - Astrid, Hiccup, Stormfly - Complete
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