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The huntress, bold and sharp, moved through the familiar setting with keen, blue eyes. Her prey came into sight and she honed in on him, every surrounding obstacle and distraction fading away as her mission stole much of her attention. The target, unsuspecting, faced away from her, more interested in fish than a potential demise.
Perfect. The element of surprise would only aid her.
"TUMBLE!" Ruffnut roared, attracting the attention of everyone within earshot. She stormed through the village port with thundering, decidedly unfeminine stepseven for a shield maidenthudding against the aged wood of the docks louder than the heaviest Viking Berk bred. A terrifying sight to behold, Ruffnut's braids swung violently and her arms oscillated in a sharp tempo, powering her fast walk. The surrounding men scattered to other docks, giving the woman a clear warpath to the only man that mattered. The man who had much, much explaining to do.
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Her hands itched to feel the hilt of her beloved axe, Skarpe, and the ease at which it sliced through wood and occasionally, bone. But ever since she'd finally come to be of a marriageable age, her mother had commandeered her daily routine and had begun the endless lessons of housewifery that Astrid would have to endure, and master, if she hoped to be a good wife to her yet-to-be decided husband; forced to abandon her lifelong ambition to live the life of a shield maiden.
Even if she were lucky enough to be married to Hiccup, Astrid still frowned at the thought of her in an apron, bombarded by small, mucky, freckled children whilst Hiccup went off raiding and flying with Toothless.
She abruptly stopped thinking about marriage and housewifery, for worrying thoughts of intimacy, and