|“||I alone can control the dragons. Let's see how well you do without me. [src]||”|
|— Drago Bludvist|
In How to Train Your Dragon 2, Drago then went to Berk to speak Chief Stoick the Vast and others. There, Drago claimed that he alone could control dragons if Stoick and the other chiefs would follow him. Stoick and the other chiefs laughed at Drago's claim until Drago wrapped himself in his cloak and cried out "Let's see how well you do without me." At that moment, several of his armored Thunderclaws attack the great hall, burning all chiefs alive save Stoick. In The Wings of War, Part 1, Drago then met up with Krogan, leader of the Dragon Flyers. Together, they made their escape aboard a pair of Rumblehorns.
Krogan, an alleged member of Drago's army, was sent to buy dragons from the Dragon Hunters' Chieftain Viggo Grimborn's Dragon Auction. Drago's man tried to buy by the last known Night Fury, Toothless. However, he left without the Night Fury when Berk's dragon riders freed the auction's dragons.
Krogan appears again, where he knocks out Throk with a dart after a difficult battle and captures Hiccup in an attempt to get the bounty on him placed by Viggo Grimborn. Upon bringing Hiccup to Ryker Grimborn, he is betrayed and ambushed by several Dragon Hunters, whom he defeats. Later, Krogan attacks Hiccup, who had escaped during the ambush, stating that he would take him to Viggo himself to get the bounty. During their battle, Hiccup removes his mask and recognizes him as the same man who attempted to buy Toothless at Viggo's Dragon Auction, much to Hiccup's anger. When they both ends up hanging at the end of a cliff, Krogan grabs onto Hiccup's prosthetic leg and tells Hiccup to drag him up. However, much to his shock, Hiccup, still angry at him for attempting to buy Toothless, instead removes his prosthetic leg and sends the Krogan falling below.
After the Dragon Riders rescues Hiccup, Ryker attempts to throw a dagger at him, only for Krogan, who is shown to have survived, to knock him out. Realizing that he is outnumbered, he jumps out of the cliff and escapes without a trace.
Krogan then had several bandits hold the Outcasts' chief, Alvin the Treacherous for ransom. The bandits demanded to paid in Ice Tail Pike fish to secretly feed the army. However, they failed and were most likely executed for letting the dragon riders get involved. Krogan then formed a partnership with Viggo, who was still alive.
Krogan, his flyers, Viggo and his hunters then searched for the Dragon Eye in Dragon's Edge's volcano. Viggo was successful and he and Krogan then worked on it. Krogan then grew impatient when the Eye did not work and threatened to kill Viggo. However, Krogan was then informed that Berk's fleet and their A-team were approaching the Edge.
Krogan then sent his flyers to deal with Stoick, Hiccup's riders, and the A-team. However, Hiccup and Berk's forces were able to free the flyers' singetails. However, Krogan and Viggo then made their escape into a fog bank with the Dragon Eye.
Krogan then arranged for Harek to claim that Oswald the Agreeable was alive in order to get Heather's Dragon Eye Lens. He then had his flyers go after Heather, Snotlout, and Johann. The flyers were then able to capture Windshear. Krogan then arranged an exchange at the Sea Stacks; Windshear for Heather's Dragon Eye Lens. The flyers then knocked Windshear's cage into the sea and made their way back to Dragon Hunters' headquarters. There, Krogan and Viggo installed the lens as they were joined by their spy, Johann.
|“||But even as a boy, left with nothing, I vowed to rise above the fear of dragons, and liberate the people of this world. [src]||”|
|— Drago Bludvist|
When he was a boy and lost his family, Drago vowed to rise above dragons. Thus he set himself to conquer the world by using the dragons. During his conquests, he then found a Bewilderbeast hatchling and raised it with cruelty. He then assembled the army composed of human-dragon trappers and captured dragons.
Drago then went to a gathering of Chiefs on the Isle of Berk. There he demanded the chiefs to be commanded and follow him in order to end their war with the dragons. But the chiefs laughed at this and send him away. Drago then left and sent his armored dragons to burn the hall down. All but Stoick were killed.
For the next 20 years, Drago built up his army; including tribes from faraway lands such as Slavic, Sami, Inuit, and Asiatic. He had many traps, weapons and armor made for his enslaved dragons. He used trappers such Eret to build up his army.
Drago's Naval Army appears repeatedly in this game in a 'Defend Berk' activity for players. Drago attacks Berk again and again from the sea with a collection of various ships. The player must send dragons to battle the ship and defeat them.
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- This is the first tribe that does not have a specific name.
- The Dragon Hunters also use Drago's symbol to almost brand Hiccup. ("Enemy of My Enemy")
- The armor of Drago's men appears to be of Finnish or Kievan Rus design.
- It is unknown why they never showed up on Berk during the final battle, even though Drago himself told them to meet him there. It is possible that they were heading there until Grimmel intercepted them and took over as their leader.
- It appears that some members of Drago's Army are skilled fighters, as Krogan was able to hold his own against Throk and defeat several Dragon Hunters with ease.
- A good theory is that Drago lost his army due to Grimmel and will ask Hiccup to help him defeat Grimmel.
- Many soldiers on Drago's army come from different places. Some are Mongolians, Slavic, Eastern and Viking warriors.
- This shows that Drago might have taken over many kingdoms and Villages.
- But it is possible that he has gotten many chieftains and earls to make his large army, explaining the different symbols on the flags.
|Tribes of the Barbaric Archipelago|