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Hi I'm Peach and I say sad things about dragons. I'm alternatively known as
- the Bewilderdoxie
- the Supreme Lordess of Sad Headcanons
- eternally grounded for saying sad things about dragons

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Posted on 21st Aug at 2:20 AM, with 127 notes

thehttydblog:

glorious-shit:

im feeling superduper shit so i need more stuff on my dash so i can drown myself in nice gifsets and escape reality

reblog if you post

Disney/Dreamworks/Animation stuff

Doctor Who

Game of Thrones

Once Upon a Time

Photography/Art stuff

DREAMWORKS
RIGHT HERE YA’LL

Posted on 21st Aug at 2:09 AM, with 1,524 notes
kingofthewilderwest:

nefertsukia:

fuckyeahthehawkseye:

levitating-fox:

You can just see Hiccup’s regret and disbelief after pushing Toothless away

My poor baby :’(

those tear-brimmed eyes hurt my soul. :( I can’t blame him for his reaction at all… even if Toothless wasn’t to blame, the whole situation was too much for him to process. For the first time since they first met Hiccup was actually terrified of his best friend. And for his best friend, really.

Why am I reblogging so much pain?

kingofthewilderwest:

nefertsukia:

fuckyeahthehawkseye:

levitating-fox:

You can just see Hiccup’s regret and disbelief after pushing Toothless away

My poor baby :’(

those tear-brimmed eyes hurt my soul. :( I can’t blame him for his reaction at all… even if Toothless wasn’t to blame, the whole situation was too much for him to process. For the first time since they first met Hiccup was actually terrified of his best friend. And for his best friend, really.

Why am I reblogging so much pain?

Posted on 21st Aug at 1:48 AM, with 3 notes

Anonymous said: The Internet has chosen you to be the next Great Dragon Champion.

I am honored to be chosen.

Posted on 21st Aug at 1:21 AM, with 143 notes

Life goals:

  • Believe in the moon
  • Follow the sun
  • Train a dragon
  • Get these creatures out of my swamp
  • Take over Metrocity
Posted on 21st Aug at 1:08 AM, with 8 notes

makenzie-rush replied to your post: treepelta113: stratoc: peachdoxie: …

I think Toothless does feel a large amount of guilt about Hiccup’s leg at first, but the more Hiccup kind of fluffs it off as nothing, the more Toothless is able to get over some of that guilt.

I think both Hiccup and Toothless know that Hiccup losing his leg was either an accident (Toothless missed covering it) or unavoidable (Toothless biting it), and so it helps both of them feel better about it, whereas Hiccup still feels guilty about Toothless’ tail because it was entirely intentional that he wanted to injure the dragon, even if he later regrets it.

Posted on 21st Aug at 1:04 AM, with 649 notes

yebin2:

It’s woodburning. for DreamWorks’ character

Posted on 21st Aug at 1:02 AM, with 24,699 notes

gingerkinomiya:

baconeatsyou:

frecklesandmisterblueeyes:

My house is strange. There’s me, i’m bisexual, and I live with my gay brother and my asexual fiance.
My brother and I have the same taste in boys, but i’m really the only one who likes girls, and my fiance is generally just really excited about dragons.

Dude I want this sitcom

is generally just really excited about dragons

Posted on 21st Aug at 12:59 AM, with 42 notes

treepelta113:

stratoc:

peachdoxie:

I wonder if Toothless ever feels guilty that he couldn’t save Hiccup’s leg. Like, if he bit it off, does he ever feel guilty about that? Or if he missed covering it and it was burned off? Whatever the reason, Toothless didn’t save all of Hiccup, and though I’m certain he would rather save most instead of none of him, but I just wonder if he wishes he could have done something different and maybe Hiccup would still have both legs.

this is sooo interesting… i guess it’s up to the viewer to figure that one out. The way I personally understood it is that, Toothless, in the heat of the moment, decided to save Hiccup by biting his leg

but then, afterwards, Toothless was content with the fact that they were even. Toothless is a dragon, and I’m thinking dragons have a very different mentality.

Toothless isn’t bad, he just thinks like a dragon.

how animalistic is toothless, really? one wonders if he understands the concept of “yesterday” and “tomorrow.” he certainly understands human language to a degree, and has the ability to associate human words with his own dragon concepts, (ie many fanfiction authors have toothless refer to hiccup as “hatchling”) so I think that he does have some ability to think about the past and the future. Which only heightens the mystery of whether Toothless is aware of what he did or not, whether he knows that it was basically his fault that hiccup’s leg got fried

That’s honestly the thing that makes talking about Toothless’ character the most difficult. We don’t know what the mind of a dragon is like. Obviously, Toothless is very intelligent, even for a dragon, but does he have human-like intelligence? He understands human speech, though exactly how and why and to what degree we don’t know. And he clearly can tell friend from foe and was able to recognize Hiccup’s knife as a weapon.

Personally, I think Toothless has almost human-levels of intelligence. He shows a great understanding of how humans live and is a good problem solver and expresses a wide variety of emotions. Whether or not he can understand abstract concepts like you mentioned is definitely a mystery, but I’d like to believe that Toothless recognizes that he is responsible for Hiccup losing his leg, and that he might feel guilt over it. He would parallel Hiccup more in that case.

Posted on 21st Aug at 12:53 AM, with 4 notes

kingofthewilderwest replied to your post: I wonder if Toothless ever feels guilt…

Hiccup clearly feels uncomfortable about the fact he injured Toothless’ tail. I wouldn’t be surprised if there were reciprocal feelings in Toothless regarding Hiccup’s leg.

For the sake of parallelism between the two, I hope he does.

Posted on 21st Aug at 12:40 AM, with 42 notes

I wonder if Toothless ever feels guilty that he couldn’t save Hiccup’s leg. Like, if he bit it off, does he ever feel guilty about that? Or if he missed covering it and it was burned off? Whatever the reason, Toothless didn’t save all of Hiccup, and though I’m certain he would rather save most instead of none of him, but I just wonder if he wishes he could have done something different and maybe Hiccup would still have both legs.

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