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Dreamworks Dragons: Dawn of New Riders is a video game developed by Climax Studios, based of DreamWorks' How to Train Your Dragon franchise.[1]

Official Description

Epic dragon adventure awaits — with a new dragon duo!
A new heroic dragon and rider are taking to the skies and only you can help them defeat the evil villains who destroyed a dragon sanctuary created by Hiccup, Toothless, and his Dragon Riders.
When the island of Havenholme is found in ruins, mysterious survivors emerge as unlikely future heroes. Scribbler is a scholar who cannot remember his past while Patch is a unique breed of dragon, a "Chimeragon", with new, unexpected powers they discover along the way. Together they must explore new islands, battle fierce enemies and recover the memories that reveal Patch's true origin in this fun and fiery new action adventure.
  — Official Dreamworks Dragons: Dawn of New Riders website[1]  


Development

Richard Hamilton worked with Climax Studios to create an extensive storyline for Dragons: Dawn of New Riders. It will tie in with multiple other media from the How to Train Your Dragon franchise including School of Dragons, the Graphic Novels, How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, and Dragons: Race to the Edge.[2] Mr. Hamilton also indicates that the storyline will address "some lingering plot and character threads"[2].

Characters

Human Characters

Dragon Characters

Dragons

Locations

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Dreamworks Dragons: Dawn of New Riders. (Copyright - 2018). Outright Games.
  2. 2.0 2.1 I have some questions about the Dawn of New Riders thing since you worked on it.. (November 26, 2018). Twitter.
  3. "Oh, hey, I'm fine! How are you? I checked my notes, and the Shadow Wing belongs in the Stoker Class. This goes for both the Large Shadow and Small Shadow binary breeds. Not sure why that wasn't public knowledge, but here's a handy class chart we use to keep 'em all straight:" (Date Posted - December 8, 2018). Twitter.

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