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DreamWorks Dragons: Exclusive Clip

How To Train Your Dragon continues with the groundbreaking new DREAMWORKS DRAGONS Double DVD and Video Game, taking flight November 15, 2011! Check out an exclusive clip! Back to Article

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prettyliseth13
prettyliseth13 wrote:
2011-12-19 17:07:34 -0800

I love this movie because it's funny.

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If you could customize your own battling dragon, what feature would you want it to have most?

  • It would be able to fly using its wings
  • It would be able to breathe fire
  • It would be much smarter than other dragons
  • It would be able to hear the faintest sounds

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