Dark Deep is an island that appears in many locations in the Franchise, including the TV episode "Quake, Rattle and Roll", as well as several games.
In all iterations of Dark Deep, it is a dark, craggy island with little to no vegetation. It appears similar to the geology of Outcast Island. There are many caves with an extensive network of underground tunnels. In the game, School of Dragons, there is also some pools of lava.
In the app Flight of the Night Fury, there is grass, along with a metallic mineral called Thor's Ore that is the best material for Viking shields (this game came out before the advent of Gronckle Iron).
In the episode, "Quake, Rattle and Roll", Dark Deep is also the home to the Catastrophic Quaken –a fearsome Boulder Class dragon that is muscling out the Gronckles for their food source. But the Quaken might have a hidden secret, and the dragon riders must figure it out before the Gronckles are displaced forever. Dark Deep is both the ancestral home of the Gronckles in the Barbaric Archipelago and is one of the only known habitats of the Catastrophic Quaken. The Dragon Riders first discovered Dark Deep with the Dragon Eye, when Fishlegs was experimenting with Meatlug's lava.
How to Train Your Dragon: Flight of the Night Fury is a defunct iOS app in which Dark Deep (as well as Shivering Shores) appeared. Game play consisted of Hiccup and Toothless flying to collect items, complete tasks, and discover different locations, such as finding Thor's Ore located on this island.
The island of Dark Deep appeared in the game, along with several other islands, at the release of the Expansion "Battle for the Edge" in December 2015. There are two locations for fishing.
In game play, there are several quests involving Dark Deep, including helping to save a Prickleboggle from the Dragon Hunters cage. There is also a Stable Quest called "Bedrock and Boulders" in which the player must send non-active Boulder Class dragons to clear up an avalanche.
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- Terrett, Ben (March 11, 2010) Review: How to Train Your Dragon: Flight of the Night Fury. www.148apps.com
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