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Hiccup and Astrid's relationship extends far beyond mere hormonal You see it not only in Riders and Defenders of Berk, but also within both movies. . Hiccup even acts as an intermediary in “A Tale of Two Dragons”. When it comes to her dragon, Hiccup and Toothless, Astrid is somewhat kinder and gentler. She cares .. Dragons: Riders of Berk. Astrid and Hiccup's relationship remain for the series, though differently than in the film. Astrid and Hiccup's relationship throughout most of the franchise would best be In the Riders of Berk series they appear to have a budding relationship, but.
After finally agreeing with Hiccup to "let him show her" why Toothless is not as dangerous as she believes, having no choice other than fall out of the tree to Romantic flight her death she reluctantly gets on the dragon. But sensing her attitude, Toothless doesn't listen to Hiccup's instructions to get down gently.
Instead he races down, dunking his riders into the water, and spinning in circles. Astrid wraps both her arms and legs around Hiccup in fear, indicating she must have some trust in him. Astrid apologizes, and Toothless slows down, and she admires the beauty of the sky, especially as the sun starts to go down. She waves her hand through the clouds and even falls back so she can feel the wind in her hair.
As they approach BerkAstrid puts her arms around Hiccup's waist and leans her head on his shoulder, to Hiccup's surprise and then delight.
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As they go back into the air, she admits flying is amazing, and adding onto to it by saying Toothless is amazing. As they try to go back, Toothless suddenly hears a call and flies into line with a ton of other dragons, Hiccup telling Astrid to get down so they aren't spotted. Once they are in the Dragon's NestHiccup urges Toothless to get out for his and Astrid's safety, both Hiccup and Astrid are slightly frightened when a Gronckle fails to get enough food for the Red Death and is promptly eaten.
Once escaping the Nest, Astrid immediately tells Hiccup they have to tell Stoickbut Hiccup gently takes her arm, telling her no, that they'll kill Toothless if the village finds out. She asks if he's really being serious about wanting to keep the Dragon's Nest a secret, as it's something Vikings have searched for since they first arrived, just to protect his pet dragon.
When Hiccup firmly says yes, her face changes and shoulders drop, realizing just how important Toothless is to him. She decides to support him, asking what he's going to do, to which he says he'll think of something by the next morning.
She then punches him in the arm, saying that's for. Most notably during " Portrait of Hiccup as a Buff Young Man " when Bucket drew Hiccup considerably more muscular than he actually was, and his father loved it.
Since Hiccup was convinced that Stoick still looked down on him because of his size, he went out of his way to prove himself to his father again.
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The episode, however, ended with Stoick realizing his mistake and assuring Hiccup he accepted him just the way he was and wouldn't change him one bit. Stoick and Hiccup also had trouble communicating at first and often unintentionally ended up upsetting one another.Dragons Rtte Hiccstrid development over seasons (Astrid~Hiccup)
During the first movie, their conversations were abrupt and one-sided, always in Stoick's favor. After Stoick learned that Hiccup befriended a dragon and seemingly sided with the animals rather than the Vikings, he refused to let his son explain and instead, disowned him.
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He immediately regretted it though and once Hiccup caught up with him again during the battle with the Red Death, Stoick apologized for his earlier words by saving Toothless' life and telling Hiccup he was proud of him. Hiccup seemed a bit bewildered but grateful for the apology and apologized as well for not being more honest.
It is implied that due to disconnect, they weren't very talkative while Hiccup was growing up, and things were incredibly awkward when they tried. But once they found common ground as Stoick started to resonate with his son, he began to make more of a conscious effort to have meaningful conversations.
Hiccup in return started to rely on his father's advice more and confided in him about his ideas and plans. Slowly but surely Stoick began to realize how strong his son truly had been all along, and that strengths come in different forms. It still never made him any less protective of Hiccup.