T is for Toothless #AtoZChallenge

For this year’s A to Z Challenge, I have chosen the theme of dragons as characters. Whether they appear in film, TV, cartoons or literature, these dragons may be the star of the show or just a supporting character.

(I’m behind by a few days but hoping to catch up.)

T is for Toothless from DreamWorks’ How to Train your Dragon franchise. He is the only Night Fury in the franchise. He is jet black with green eyes. Toothless can narrow his pupils to slits like a cat when he is threatened or angry. Other times when he is happy, his pupils dilate and become more dog-like. He is a winged dragon with a set of tail fins that aid in steering and stability. In the first movie, his left tail fin is damaged by at trap set by Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III, the main protagonist of the series. It is later replaced by a mechanical fin that Hiccup constructs. His name comes from his ability to retract his teeth.  

Toothless is playful, inquisitive, and intelligent. He has a dry sense of humor. Even though they start off as not liking each other, Toothless and Hiccup form a tight friendship. Their friendship is what ends the war between Vikings and dragons. Toothless goes on to become the king of dragons, the alpha to all the other dragons, and leads the dragons to the Hidden World, the ancestral home of all dragons.

If you missed my other AtoZ Challenge posts::

A is for Aura

B is for Blazey

C is for Canth

D is for Draco

E is for Elliott

F is for Fafnir

G is for Gwythaints

H is for Haku

I is for the Ice Dragon

J is for Jabberwocky

K is for Kalessin

L is for Ladon

M is for Mushu

N is for Norbert

O is for Orm Ember

P is for Puff the Magic Dragon

Q is for Queen of Dragons

R is for Ruth

S is for Smaug

2 thoughts on “T is for Toothless #AtoZChallenge

  1. Toothless in the movie is a great dragon! (In the book series, not so much! lol)
    Congratulations on completing the challenge!
    Z is for Zany

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