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Fandoms: Rise of the Guardians (2012), How to Train Your Dragon (Movies), Tangled (2010), Brave (2012), Moana (2016), Big Hero 6 (2014)
06 Oct 2018
Hiccup is the only biological son of the Alpha, the leader of Berk's shifters. And as that, there are a lot of expectations weighting heavy on him.
Like uniting the two towns of Berk and Burgess, because the Alpha of Burgess has an omega daughter - Merida. And oh, wouldn't it be perfect and lovely if Berk's alpha heir and Burgess' omega heir would get mated and unite their two towns and tribes into one?
...Not really, no. Not if one was to ask Hiccup's and Merida's opinion. But since their parents are persistent, the two decide to play along for their own peace of mind. Which works well, until someone moves to their little island who genuinely picks Hiccup's interest. A cute Arctic fox shifter and omega by the name Jack.
And now Jack, like nearly everyone else on this island, believes Hiccup and Merida are a thing. What a mess...
Fandoms: How to Train Your Dragon (Movies), Rise of the Guardians (2012), Brave (2012), Tangled (2010), Moana (2016), Big Hero 6 (2014)
30 May 2018
Berk is made up of many kinds of very different people... These ‘people’ aren’t exactly human per say.
They’re called Hybrids, Shifters, even Demons by those who know of them. Half human, half animal... Forced out of their homes, exiled and disowned, they come to the island of Berk. But alas, the world is cruel. The people want them dead. Life’s tough... especially if you’re a Hybrid.
Hiccup Haddock, an omega, and his father Stoick the Vast, chief of Berk, return home after 2 years of sailing the seas, searching and saving Hybids from an unwanting world.
Now 20, Hiccup has filed out and is at the age of choosing a mate. Easy? Not when you have a mentally deranged individual after you.
Did I mention the rest of the archipelago? ‘Cause they’re here too.