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The Dragon's Eye

By clank2662

Action / Romance

Prologue

Hi everyone my names clank and this is my first HTTYD Fanfic so bear with me. This is the start of my work so if you can please help me, please help me. And some people say I'm copying NFS LOVER because of the start of my story but, that's how my story starts so please don't hate on me please So I introduce my Httyd Fanfic,

The Dragon's eye

*Hiccup's POV*

*Prologue *

Hiccup stood there as the Vikings held Toothless down and put restrains on him.

"Who wants to kill the beast" shouted Stoic.

"I'll do it" someone said in the crowd. That person stepped forward, it was my friend Riptide. Riptide looked just like me but wore a blue tunic and carried his sword on his back. I stood a few feet away from Toothless, my Night Fury. He pulled out his sword and I looked at him, he nodded to me. He swung, and broke the restrains.

"Go, RUN" he shouted. I jumped on Toothless' back and we took off. I looked back and saw Riptide being thrown into a jail cell. I couldn't look and we flew away.

*an hour later in the Berk jail, in Riptide's POV*

I didn't care what they did to me as long as Hiccup was ok. He was only known for his mistakes even though he tried his best to be the Viking his father wanted him to be. I lost my train of thought when a group walked in the jail.

"Well, look who it is, the traitorous bastard" said a muscular boy named Snotlout.

"The only bastard here is you Snotlout" I said

. "Shove it you, you can't talk down to the future heir to the tribe" he said anger in his voice. "You chief? Ha please, I give this village two minutes before it burns to the ground with you leading it" I said.

"You know you're going to die in a few hours" Snotlout said.

"And... your point is?" I said not caring. "I might die and it will be painful for me but that pain won't compare to the pain he went thru for the past 10 years of his life"

"He's a fishbone that no one cared about" Snotlout said.

"He's scrawny and useless" said a boy with long blond hair named Tuffnut.

"Not to mention weak, dumb and a loser" said a girl with blond hair named Ruffnut. "He was never worthy of anything" said Snotlout.

"You have no room to talk Snotlout, you're not worthy of any praise! If anyone deserves to be heir it's Hiccup, he may not have been the greatest Viking every, but he would fall down and get right back up and try again. He did more than you ever could" I looked over to Astrid and Fishlegs, "What no comment on the fishbone from Fishlegs or Astrid?"

Fishlegs was on the verge of tears and left, but Astrid stood there and looked away.

I just chuckled. "What's so funny?" growled Snotlout.

"You guys, I can't believe you" I said, my voice full of hatred.

"You can't believe us. What about you, you betrayed us- our cla-"

"Did I shove Hiccups face into barrel every single day... did I make fun of his mother when she died... did I blame things on him just for the fun of it... did I not have his back in those situations... did you ever hear him cry himself to sleep because of how you treated him... did you ever see him cry his heart out... did you ever see him run to the woods to hid because he couldn't look his father in the face because of disappointment.. Did I tease him every single time I saw him... did I never listen to him... did you ever hear him wish he was DEAD!... did I ever make him feel USELESS!" I roared as I grabbed onto the bars on the door to my cell.

They all took a step back.

"Fishlegs was the only one who tried to become friends with him but then you picked on him and he stopped trying" I shouted and pointing at Snotlout and the Twins, Ruffnut and Tuffnut. "Did- did we really" started Astrid.

"Yes you did really" I spat.

"Well, he was a fail-" started Snotlout.

"SHUT UP" I roared, "you were the worst of all. He was your cousin, his blood. And you treated him like dirt" The group was silent.

"I'm done talking to you all" and I walked over and sat on the bench in the cell. Then I heard three of them leave.

"What do you want, Astrid?" I said with Venom in my voice. "You're the last person I want to talk to"

"Why what did I do to you" she asked.

"Nothing, you did nothing to me, but it's what you did to Hiccup that has me angry, you betrayed him" I said looking at the girl with disgust.

"I betrayed him. I did what any Viking would have done-" she started.

I started laughing.

"What's so funny?" she asked.

"It's funny that that he loved you and yet you're the reason he's banished. Your parents must be so proud of you for getting rid of him" I said mockingly.

"How would you know what he thought of me?" Astrid asked.

"Look at the base of your axe, look closely" I said and she did. At the base of the axe it said, Valkyrie's axe

"He made that axe for you" I told her.

"My -"

"Father gave it to you for your 15th birthday, I know, but where did he get it from?" I asked her. "Hiccup was busy in the forge the week before your birthday, making that axe just for you" I told her.

She stood there for a moment and ran.

*Normal POV*

Astrid ran out of the jail and out of the village and to the last place she spoke to Hiccup, the cove. Hoping to Odin he was there.

She arrived to fine the cove, empty as a void. She dropped her axe and water droplets fell on the axe, but it wasn't raining. Astrid was crying, crying her heart out.

*the next day in the arena in Riptide's POV*

All the Vikings in the village came to watch Riptide's trial. Stoic stood and said his sentence. "Riptide Bonemont, you are charged with treason for aiding a dragon and..." Stoic paused and looked away for a moment. "And a traitor" "Any last words" he asked.

"I hope you're all happy for what you've done to Hiccup... TO YOUR SON" I shouted.

"I have no son" Stoic said.

"Then I was right, you are no human, you're just as bad as the dragons that raid this village" I shouted. "Then your trial shall be...by dragon" Stoic said.

The Vikings open the cage with the Monstrous Nightmare in it. The dragon bursts out body aflame and crawls around the arena. I stood there in respect of the powerful dragon. The dragon stops in front of me and I hold my hand out.

The dragon seeing that the human does not fear him but respects him and he places the top of his snout in the human's hand.

The Vikings gasp.

"What kind of witchcraft is this" shouted a Viking. "Please friend, return to your cage. I don't want them to hurt you for being my friend" I asked the dragon. He nodded and walked back to his cage.

Stoic was full of anger. He was about to order the Vikings to open the deadly Nadder's pen when the Vikings heard the distinctive sound of a Night Fury approaching.

"Get down" shouted Gobber.

The Night Fury smashed into the arena and flew out with Hiccup and Riptide on its back.

*Astrid's POV*

"Fine if you don't want us then we'll leave but, one day in the future you will search for me and need my help but I will not help because you cast us out" shouted Hiccup.

He glared at me and then flew off.

I ran trying to catch him but he was gone by the time I got to the beach.

I sat down and pulled my knees to my chest, and cried my heart out that the only person who loved me for who I am is gone forever.

So what did you think? Great right, and as I said I need a co-author cause I'm new to this and I need help with some special parts. So review and if you can please help me

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