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      Berserker Island is mentioned many times in the How to Train Your Dragon Franchise, but is not shown until Dragons: Race to the Edge, Season 4.

Geography

From the nighttime views of the island under attack in Shell Shocked, Part 1, Berserker Island appears to be a very rocky, bare island. It is very 'vertical', having a tall central mountain with very little spread of hills of fields around it.

More detail is revealed in "Something Rotten on Berserker Island". The rocky central island is surrounded by significant sea stacks. The island has trees and grass, and a large amount of white-flowering bushes closer to the village proper. The interior of the island has a "maze of caves", in which ice structures can be found, which were created by a Bewilderbeast.

Appearances

Dragons: Race to the Edge, Season 4

In "Shell Shocked, Part 1", the Dragon Hunters start attacking Berk's allies, including Berserker Island, with their secret weapon, Project Shellfire.

Dragons: Race to the Edge, Season 5

In "Something Rotten on Berserker Island", Dagur has returned as chief of the Berserker Tribe, and is rebuilding the village. He accepts Savage into their midst, but Savage betrays the Berserkers by staging a coup.

All Dragons on the island are seen to act strangely - getting disoriented and not listening to their riders - when getting close to Berserker village, but not above a certain altitude. Given the strange ice-like formations in the underground caves of the island, it is entirely possible that a Bewilderbeast is present on the island. This also may help to explain Heather's Dragon Eye Lens and its relation to the King of Dragons' mentioned by Johann in "Sins of the Past".

Dragons: Race to the Edge, Season 6

Berserk Island is seen again in the episode, "In Plain Sight", when Dagur tried to get back a Dragon Eye lens from a childhood bully, Ansson. The Berserker Docks are seen, indicating a fishing industry on the island. The "Thunderfish", a Scauldron, inhabits some territorial fishing waters of the Berserkers, but Ansson and Dagur are able to drive it off.

King of Dragons, Part 2

Games

School of Dragons

"Hey! Sleuther and I have been busy on Berserker Island, but I wanted to see how my sister and friends were doing."
Dagur in Rise of Stormheart.

Though it doesn't appear in game, Dagur the Deranged mentions Berserker Island during a quest in the expansion Rise of Stormheart.

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