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How to Train Your Dragon
You're Still My Friend
Fishlegs was worried about Hiccup.
It had been years since Fishlegs had actually worried about his former best friend. Ever since he started hanging around Snotlout and the others, he and Hiccup had drifted apart. But the first day of dragon training left Fishlegs uneasy. Hiccup was put face to face with a Gronckle and nearly got blasted to death. Hiccup had no right to be in dragon training and he knew it.
Fishlegs went to the usual spot where he and Hiccup used to watch dragons together when they were younger. He knew Hiccup still went there every day. He waited no more than five minutes before Hiccup came down the path. Fishlegs stepped from behind a tree, but Hiccup didn't take notice of him. Hiccup's eyes were scanning the ground and his brow was furrowed into his thinking face. Fishlegs took a deep breath and called to his ex-
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Night of the Broken Truce
Hiccup sat at the head of the table. Astrid sat at his right and Stoick on his left. He and the elders were listening to the other's explanation as to what they found.
"Well, Hiccup, you were right. There is something funny in the air," Fishlegs was saying. "While we were out on the boat, my hair stood on end."
"Metaphorically? Like there's something foreboding in the air," Astrid asked.
"No, I mean my hair literally stood on end." Fishlegs took his helmet off and pulled a piece of hair straight out.
"He looked like a Nadder's tail," Tuff chided.
"So did you," Ruff said out of the side of her mouth.
"Well what's that supposed to mean?" Stoick turned to his son.
"Snotlout? What did you find?" Hiccup had sent Snotlout up into the sky on Hookfang. He held up an odd looking instrument that, to anyone today would recognize it as a weat
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