As you can probably tell from the title of this review, this is an online review of the popular children's TV series, How to Train Your Dragon. It is my hope that this will be the first in a series of How to Train Your Dragon videos I'll be reviewing. You see, I am a big fan of the series and I'm looking forward to making a number of these myself.
The How to Train Your Dragon movies are based on the animated series of the same name and have been coming out since 1998. The show follows Hiccup, a Viking warrior with an unexpected talent for dragons. He is later joined by Toothless, a domesticated dragon who is much older and capable of speech. Together they save Berk, their home, from the evil dragon King Fridrik and his men.
Since the first How to Train Your Dragon series, there have been four movies. In the first movie, Hiccup and Toothless are sending by their friend Snotspike to train and defeat King Gram. Their adventure also brings them into contact with Prince Filius, a vain and ambitious young prince. A sequel was made to this movie. That movie was entitled How to Train Your Dragon 2: The Fighting Chance.
Hiccup and Toothless are not the only characters from the How to Train Your Dragon series to appear in the movie sequels. Valka, the mother of Hiccup's friend and rival Gunnar, makes an appearance as well. As part of the deals struck between Nickelodeon and director Dean DeBlois, she also made an appearance in the sequel.
The How to Train Your Dragon online game continues to bring in new players, some of whom have become fans of the series. Many of them have taken to the online platform with the intention of creating their own versions of Hiccup's incredible journey. So, I was curious as to what is involved in creating such a fictionalized version of what you may be experiencing in the show.
In order to create your own, you have to download the How to Train Your Dragon game and then follow the instructions on the website. This is pretty standard and easy to understand, and if you are unfamiliar with this type of online gaming experience, you can use the links below to make a quick review of what you need to do. Once you have installed the How to Train Your Dragon games, you will need to register an account. The instructions are easy to follow, and once you have done so, you should be ready to create your very own Hiccup adventure. Just keep in mind that while it is completely possible to play this game without having the original How to Train Your Dragon series on hand, you are much more likely to get bored.
Hiccup and his friends are a lot of fun to watch, and the series itself is full of surprises and great adventures. Creating your own version of it can be extremely rewarding, and it can be even more fun if you do so as a group. You can be creative and interactive with each other, which is something I think the series does a good job of promoting.
If you have seen any of the How to Train Your Dragon movie adaptations, you can expect to have a lot of fun building your own Hiccup and Toothless version of the TV series. After all, most of the characters and settings are very similar. What is interesting about the online games is that you can be part of the action as well, which can lead to some pretty hilarious and exciting scenarios that you just won't find on the television.