One warm spring day, a boy on a dragon were soaring near below the clouds. The boy's name was Hiccup, a great Hero, King of the Wilderwest, riding on his dragon best friend Windwalker. His hunting dragon, Toothless, a young Sea-Dragon, was curling up in his favorite spot above Hiccup heart underneath his waistcoat, blowing perfect purple smoke rings.
They were having fun flying the whole morning, and they were about to go back to Berk to eat lunch and catch up with his two best friends, Fishlegs and Camicazi.
But something distracted them from going home.
Hiccup spotted an unfamiliar dragon swooping low above the forest trees below. The strange dragon had lots of spikes on its head like a crown and along its body, and a tail that looks extra spiky.
Hiccup may not know, but in fact the spiky dragon was a Titan Wing Deadly Nadder that, as we all know, does not belong in Hiccup's Barbaric Archipelago. It had somehow broken an invisible fourth wall that seperates this Barbaric Archipelago and Hiccup Haddock's. It was going back to the hole in the wall (which somehow it can see), and Hiccup spotted it.
"Look Windwalker," said Hiccup in Dragonese, the language dragons spoke to each other, pointing at the Nadder. "What do you think that is?"
"It doesn't look like a dragon from around here..." replied Windwalker with his gentle voice. "Do you want to follow it?"
"Yeah. I'm too curious." said Hiccup, and Windwalker swooped lower, tailing the strange dragon silently.
Without any of them knowing, they passed the invisible holed fourth wall, and went out on a completely different world.
The Nadder landed gracefully in a small forest down below. Windwalker silently landed a few metres behind it, between the trees and bushes, eyeing the Nadder with complete interest.
Suddenly, nets flew out of nowhere and trapped the Nadder, and ten burly men ran from out of the bushes.
"We've got it!" yelled one of the men, and they dragged the Nadder into a strange green cage and locked it. The Nadder screeched, and banged its head on the cage, and even shot burst after burst of hot, magnesium fire. But it did not seem to damage the cage, not even a small bit.
The men carried the cage away deeper into the woods.
Hiccup was completely confused.
"I don't understand," he said in bewildered confusion, scratching his head. "I thought I banned dragon-trapping. They're completely disobeying the rules! A-a-and hurting the dragon! I have no idea what's going on here-"
"I don't think we're in the same place, Hiccup," said Windwalker. "Take a look at the place."
Hiccup looked around. Windwalker was right. The air was colder, and it was slightly foggy. And Hiccup, who knew the forests near Berk like the back of his hand, does not recognize this particular forest.
"Where are we?" he whispered to himself in puzzlement.
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