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Although this article is based on canonical information, the actual name of this subject is pure conjecture.

Krogan's Singetail is a captured Singetail used as a mount for Krogan, the leader of the Dragon Flyers.


Capture and Training

The exact time or method of capture for this Singetail is undisclosed, but it did happen at some point after the events of "Living on the Edge". Krogan is a knowledgeable but merciless trainer with no compassion for his mount. The Singetail is able to be controlled through force of will, a riding crop, and a dragon-proof metal bit. He serves as Krogan's mount around the Archipelago.

Fighting the Dragon Riders

Krogan's Singetail first appears in the episode, "Dawn of Destruction", as Krogan himself goes after the Dragon Riders on Dragon's Edge, and chases them off. He later personally searches for Fishlegs, who had fallen from Meatlug. He is later seen fighting the riders while they came to rescue Fishlegs.

At the end of "The Wings of War, Part 2", Krogan and Viggo flee the Edge on this Singetail, avoiding a confrontation with Berk's fleet.

Krogan rides this Singetail again in "Sins of the Past", while pursuing Heather, Snotlout and Johann.


Physical Appearance

Krogan's Singetail is much larger than other Singetails. Though never mentioned, it could be considered a Titan Wing, being the same size as the Titan Wing Dramillion. It is blood-red with dark red to maroon muzzle, socks, and markings.


Krogan's Singetail is a wild-caught dragon and chafes - literally - at the bit used on him. However, he follows orders from his rider well, even without the use of a riding crop. As it appears through the episodes, it almost appears that Krogan needs to fight to control it less and less as time moves on. It is later revealed in "Chain of Command" that unlike the other Flyers' Singetails, it has formed a type of bond and would not leave Krogan's side. This changed when the Titan Wing Dramillion freed him from a Dragon Hunter Ship in "King of Dragons, Part 2".


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