HTTYD: Crash Landing_SPOILERSIt really seemed that as one problem ended, another came to replace it. Only the new problem was at least ten times worse than the first. At least, that was what was going through my mind as I closed the large oaken door behind me as Astrid and I entered my home in the village of Berk. Sounds pretty negative right? Well there are not many people who have gone through what I've been forced to endure the past few days.HTTYD: Crash Landing_SPOILERS in Short Stories More Like This
So, naturally, I felt a small tremor of anxiety rush up my spine as my father stared us both down, and something told me that by the look in his eye something was up. I opened my mouth to speak, but Astrid began before the words could leave my mouth, "...So, is there something up?"
Dad blinked, and hesitated for a moment as Astrid smiled. Apparently she had hit the nail squarely on the head. Something was up. Dad coughed, speaking as he grabbed a scroll from the table behind him and spread it onto the one in front of us, "Err, yes There is something up. Some