- "Shrouded in a dense haze, Breakneck Bog has earned a reputation for being a haunted graveyard for scuttled ships and lost sailors. In actuality, the Bog is home to the scrap snacking, smoke-spewing dragons known as Smothering Smokebreaths."
- ―Hiccup's Map in Race to the Edge
- "Warning! Sudden blankets of fog have been known to envelop those who dare travel through this bog. This makes trekking through its jagged rocks and twisting vines almost impossible."
- ―Dragons: Rise of Berk
Breakneck Bog is an island in a island group in the shape of a man's hand. Breakneck Bog is the thumb. The island has many dark rocky pillars and many caves. There are fir trees and deciduous bushes, as well as patchy grass. There is also a lot of fog, due in part to the Smothering Smokebreaths.
Dragons: Rise of Berk describes Breakneck Bog as having "jagged rocks" and "twisting vines" causing passage across the island to be treacherous.
According Ruffnut and Tuffnut, Breakneck Bog was home to a fog monster. However, Astrid's grandfather believed it was pirates. Trader Johann inadvertently took his ship too close to Breakneck Bog and was taken by the fog monster. The Dragon Riders arrive at the island to rescue Johann. There, they discovered that the fog monster was really a pack of Smothering Smokebreaths. They were able to retrieve the chest Johann had from them and left the island.
The Berserker Tribe then took a Smothering Smokebreath nest from the island and placed it on Berk to destroy their stock of metal weaponry, making Berk much easier to attack. However, the plan failed and Johann took the adolescent Smokebreaths back to the island.
Snotlout Jorgenson is entrusted with the Jorgenson Ceremonial Axe, but looses it to the metal-attracting Armorwing Dragon. In order to get it back, the Dragon Riders retrieve some Smothering Smokebreaths from Breakneck Bog to take away the Armorwing's metal objects.
- The remains of Thor Rock Island appears to be similar to Breakneck Bog.
- Breakneck Bog is similar to the legendary Bermuda Triangle since most ships and sailors get lost and never come back.
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