Where to Start!

You’ve found the Dragons treasure map! This fansite is all about finding and collecting cool things which the How to Train Your Dragon fans around the world want to show off.
The original HTTYD books, as well as the movies and TV series have inspired so much creativity – artwork, stories, photos, learning and more. There are lots of things to do and see.

The fansite has three main sections:

  1. Web Pages
    An overview of the official HTTYD stuff you can read, watch, listen to and play with. You’ll find tips on where and how to buy or borrow it, and also links to other useful websites.
  2. Blog Pages
    My favourite and newest HTTYD goodies go straight here: fanart, fanfiction, news, Dragons-related topics to discuss, related community events and more!
  3. Our HTTYD Community Forum
    Where Dragon Riders and fans can register and talk about everything HTTYD, as well as post their own fanart, fanfiction and other related goodies.
    Any comments and discussions made on the blog posts also go there automatically.
    (Sign up on the forum, to see all categories and make comments.)

Vulcain captain from "Star Trek First Contact" movie
“Live Long & Prosper”: Paramount Pi.

Visit us at our Dragons Community Forum, and say “ver heill ok sæll”! (Norse greeting: “be healthy and happy”… a bit like “Live long and prosper” only less commercial-sounding, heh.)

There’s much to do, in collecting all HTTYD-goodies out there to show here! If you have something that you think would look really nice on this blog or community forum, then don’t be shy – just send it my way!

Finally: Lots of stuff is still being added to this fansite and forum, such as a newsletter, search feature, social media accounts and of course more content!
The “Planned Updates & Updates Log” blog post, has more information.


By Beinir (Ben) Madbear - Hairy Fansite Founder and Owner.
Huge dog person, but also likes cats and animals in general (except for spiders, crocodiles and snakes). Web developer and online producer, who became a “How to Train Your Dragon” fan after coming across it on TV.

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