Hiccup X Reader - A view to a Skrill (part 2)Hiccup X Reader - A view to a Skrill (part 2) by AlfredJ64
“You let the Skrill out!?!” You screeched, anger radiating off you like heat from a Monsters Nightmare as you rounded on the twins and Snotlout. “You mutton heads! Do you have any IDEA what you just did!?!”
“(Name)!” Hiccup shouted your name, and placed a hand on your shoulder when you turned to look at him. “You need to calm down.” You glared at him, and when he glared back you let your shoulders drop and a sigh escape your lips.
Hiccup then turned to his father (hand never leaving your shoulder), who was now pacing back and forth on the stone floor.
“Hiccup, when I was a boy, my father’s father used to tell me stories.” He started, and then sat on a bench, bringing his had to his forehead. “He told me stories of when the Berserkers used to attack with giant winged beasts with powers of lightning leading their ships.”
“But, that’s not possible.” Hiccup argued.
“I used to think riding
Hiccup X Reader - A view to a Skrill (part 1)Hiccup X Reader - A view to a Skrill (part 1) by AlfredJ64
You let out a sigh as you threw another chuck of fish to the baby Terrible Terror. It caught it, and after swallowing it, he crawled back over to you. You let the tiny dragon curl up in your lap, running your hand down its spine.
Hiccup and the group had left to go and find Bucket and Mulch, who hadn’t come back from their fishing trip yet (Hiccup had been gone a good couple of hours, and you were board out of your mind). And naturally, they left you back at the Academy, again. Although you supposed you couldn’t really blame them. You didn’t have a dragon of your own, and you wouldn’t be much help riding with someone else.
Yup, you were the once teenage Viking on the tiny island of Berk without a dragon.
It wasn’t your fault, or anybody’s really. It didn’t matter how hard you had tried, you just hadn’t been able to fully bond with a dragon (although you were worse than Fishlegs and Hiccup combined when it ca
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