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I Hear Him Scream, Ch5P3The sound of metal meeting and clashing filled the air. The stronger of the two overtook the smaller's sword, and he fell to the ground. Snotlout promptly dropped his weapon and tackled Tuffnut, sending the two in a squirming, rolling fistfight while Fishlegs, Ruffnut, and I rooted them on.I Hear Him Scream, Ch5P3 in Fan Fiction
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Ah, afternoon strolls after dragon training really are amazing. After you get over the unsettling 'giant-demon-wants-to-eat-you' factor, of course. And the annoyingly long walks from the Kill Ring back to town. Half of it was almost completely made of mud, for Thor's sake! And nothing was around except trees, grass, mud, and bridges.
"Get off! Alright! You win!" Tuffnut exclaimed, one side of his face squished against the ground by Snotlout's giant hand. He kicked at his friend's groin, instantly turning him into a little girl without a shred of dignity. I slouched and laughed as Tuffnut got out from under Snotlout and kicked him againin the same spotfor good measure.
The Tale of the Ghostly DragonFishlegs was smart.The Tale of the Ghostly Dragon in Humor
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He could analyze any dragon he met in seconds, which proved to be a key element in the battle against the Green Death. He had read a staggering number of books, especially for a Viking. He even worked as a scribe with Hiccup sometimes, searching out new species and documenting as much information on them as they could before they were scorched, boiled, clawed, bitten, poisoned, stabbed, squawked at, stared at, or some combination of the eight. Or more!
All in all, he was reasonable, though he did have his moments where he would become irrational.
This was exactly why Fishlegs had no idea why he was doing this.
"Why am I here, again?" He spoke up nervously, eyes glancing back and forth and fingers tapping together out of habit. He grunted when he was promptly punched in the gut by one of his 'friends', Tuffnut.
"Shhhh!" Tuffnut rushed out between clenched teeth, ironically making the loudest noise the three of them had made all night. Snotlout was quick to pun
I Hear Him Scream, CH6P4You never know true hunger until you've starved for five days.I Hear Him Scream, CH6P4 in Drama
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I learned the hard way that my dragon instinctsones that I'd managed to repress this entire timeawoke very, very quickly and very, very strongly when I suddenly came in contact with food for the first time.
I hadn't even realized what I was doing until I'd wolfed (or dragonedhaha, get it?) down half of my portion of the food, much to Toothless' surprise. Had he not pushed me aside, I'd probably have gulped the entire pile down, leaving Toothless with a belly full of one measly fish.
Sighing guiltily, I wrapped myself up into a little ball even more, eyes half-lidded. I flinched a little when pain whipped through my midsection. Toothless had been right about taking it slow; the second I'd actually realized (in horror) what I'd done and retreated from the pile of fish, my stomach had clenched painfully, knocking my breath away. The situation was made into a much more embarrassing one when Toothless decided t
I Hear Him Scream, CH6P1The crowd standing before Town Hall was menacing in its fearless, outraged, and unorganized glory. The crowd surged like the ocean, full of people of several heights moving back and forth like a ship being wracked by choppy waves. Everywhere I looked, there were scowling faces, rigid body language, and eyes shining with the desire to hunt down and kill.I Hear Him Scream, CH6P1 in Drama
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I wrung my fingers together in a rare act of nervousness. While these people were my own and I should have been one of the more furious people of the bunch, I couldn't bring myself to hate what had happened. Because, unlike everyone else of the Hairy Hooligan tribe, I was one of only two people who knew the whole, entire story. At least, that's what I think.
I sighed, paced back and forth, and wrung my hands through my blonde hair. Normally, I would have played it nice and smooth, but right now, my nerves were on complete edge. My head was fuzzy and it became increasingly hard to pay attention. As I sunk further and further into my own