Axel is a recurring character[1] set to appear in the second season of Dragons: Rescue Riders.


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Early Life

Axel was passed from one relative to another ten times until he arrived in Huttsgalor on a ship and finally came under the guardianship of his uncle, Magnus.

Arrival on Huttsgalor

Axel travelled as a stowaway on a Huttsgalorian ship and while he was discovered by the owner, he avoided being seen during the trip. He arrived on Huttsgalor in "Double Finked" and quickly blended in with other to avoid further repercussions. He met Chief Duggard, whom he asked about the whereabouts of his uncle, Magnus Finke. The man pointed north and Axel went on his way. Upon arriving at Magnus Finke's House, he told his uncle that he was to stay with him. Magnus refused at first, not wanting to take care of his nephew, but after Axel suggested spying on the Rescue Riders, he agreed.

Axel then went straight to The Roost and asked the Rescue Riders to join them. They were reluctant to do so, but decided to trust him anyway. Axel offered to guard a large dragon egg that the Riders received earlier that day, along with Cutter. During the night, he tricked Cutter into tiring himself and falling asleep. He then hidd the egg somewhere else.

In the morning, he pretended that the egg was stolen, so the Rescue Riders assume it must have been Slinkwings and they fly off, leaving Axel alone. The boy took the egg to his uncle, where it hatched into a Baby Ramblefang. Axel tried to train it using fish and was about to mount it when the Rescue Riders stopped. In order to get himself out of the situation, he blamed his uncle for stealing the egg.

When Leyla approached him, the Ramblefang saw her as a threat so he grabbed Axel and flew away. The boy yelled at the hatchling, but to no avail. The Ramblefang eventually stopped on a sea stack where he played with Axel like a toy. The Rescue Riders saved him by replacing him with a doll. They took the baby to Hazard Island and left Axel at Magnus' house. Axel then swore to help his uncle get rid of the Rescue Riders.

In "Divewings" Axel helped his uncle buy various components for his next invention. However, Magnus dismissed all of the pieces, climing that Axel should let him choose the parts in the future. After being asked to clean up after himself, Magnus passed the task to Axel. Later, Dak accuses Magnus of littering the ocean, and Axel defended his uncle. He had thrown all the trash in the backyard of the house, yet when he looked there, the pile was gone. Axel helped his uncle gather more parts for the machine for the rest of the day. When Dak apologised to Magnus for suspecting him, the house door broke, so the man asked Axel to fix it.

In "Mecha-Menace", Axel sneaked into the Roost to take some measurements of Summer. However, he was caught by Dak so he pretended to have come for a Luck Lantern. Axel then helped his uncle finish his invention and took it for a test. Later, he went to the village and presented the Mechano-Dragon to the townsfolk. He demonstrated its abilities by flying around and moving objects, impressing all the people, except the Rescue Riders. He continued to use the machine to decorate the village for the Spring Festival. After he finished, he engaged in a seed planting competition against Leyla and Summer. However, he pushed the Mechano-Dragon too much and it began to break down, getting out of Axel's control. The boy struggled to hold onto the Mechano-Dragon and was ultimately saved by Leyla. Magnus was blamed for the incident, so Axel ran home, afraid of the following consequences.

Physical Appearance

Axel is a young teen with blond hair and blue eyes. He wears a black long sleeved tunic and a short brown suede vest. His trousers and boots are brown, and he wears a matching brown belt with a silver buckle.


Axel is clever and helpful, albeit conniving when teamed up with his uncle. He shows signs of loneliness and sensitivity after Magnus continuously insults him.


Magnus Finke

Magnus is Axel's uncle.




  1. Trumbore, Dave. (Date Published - September 12, 2019). Exclusive: 'Dragons Rescue Riders' Trailer Reveals DreamWorks Jr's New Adventure. Collider.

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