HTTYD~Order of the Night Fury Chapter: 2Chapter 2: How to Train Your VikingHTTYD~Order of the Night Fury Chapter: 2 by GhostDragonSpirit
Toran mounted Altair, and Hiccup and Snotlout mounted their dragons and took off for Berk. Hiccup and Toran were talking nearly endlessly throughout the flight to Snotlout's annoyance.
"Hey, lovebirds. Stop talking!" he shouted.
"Hey, at least we don't go on bragging rampages pissing everyone else off." Toran countered.
"Ouch Snotlout, looks like you've got some competition." Hiccup added.
Snotlout huffed and turned away, not wanting to talk to the two Night Fury riders, which was fine by them. They resumed talking about different compounds of metals, what kind of dragons have what abilities, the abilities of their Night Furies, everything until they got to the Great Hall.
Altair and Toothless landed one after the other, and Hookfang followed.
"Let's go meet my dad." Hiccup said dismounting Toothless.
"Is he the chief or something?" Toran asked, dismounting Altair.
"You got it."
"Oh, so you're the chief's son; is he pressuring
The Legends of Equestria Chapter: 1Chapter 1: The NightmareThe Legends of Equestria Chapter: 1 by GhostDragonSpirit
If you were to look at me in this world, I probably wouldn't have fit in easily. But here's the thing, I don't look that much different. Only if you were a pony whose lived in Equestria all their life, would you find out that my horn is actually two dragon horns. And that my wings were dragon wings. Oh, and did I mention that I'm a cyborg? That would be the attention grabber with most ponies. Truth to be told, I never expected that I would earn those add-ons fighting for the universe. My ultimate goal was to save my fellow beings from the corruption and oppression of the manifestation of evil itself, Deryktus, but at a terrible cost. I was blinded in one eye, had a wing cut off, and an arm badly damaged just trying to defend myself. Since defeating him and my post-battle operation, I've grown used to hearing the sounds of creaking and squeaking metal, as well as the pains of improper maintenance and bad wiri