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      Berk Forest is a location that informally appears in several Dragons: Riders of Berk episodes. It is later formally named in the game Dragons: Titan Uprising.


The forests of Berk are a thick and lush old-growth forest covering the rocky island outside of the village and farmland. There are a mix of evergreen and deciduous trees, as well as shrubbery and some other vegetation on the forest floor.

In Dragons: Titan Uprising, despite being called a forest, Berk Forest consists mostly of plains, fields and lakes, surrounded by evergreen trees.


Dragons: Riders of Berk

In "The Terrible Twos", while practicing flight maneuvers through Berk Forest, Hiccup and Toothless discover an injured baby Typhoomerang, Torch. While Hiccup takes the baby home, Torch's Mother rampages through the forest and causes fires and destruction looking for her baby during the night. Finally, after listening to Toothless, Hiccup brings Torch back to the forest to re-unite with his mother.

Later in "Alvin and the Outcasts", after the Berk Armory is destroyed, the Hooligan villagers flee into the forest to hide and engage in guerilla warfare on familiar turf against the invading Outcast Tribe.

The Dragon Riders venture into the forest following clues on a treasure map in "Portrait of Hiccup as a Buff Man". They find a walled over cave in the woods leading to a colony of average Fireworms and the treasure.


How to Train Your Dragon Mobile Game

Two areas of the Berk forest are featured in this game. The player - playing as Hiccup - must first find the downed Night Fury, and then find other objects in the forest while avoiding dangers such as spiders, wild boars, bees, and carnivorous plants.

Dragons Hero Portal

In this game, the player - playing as a rider/dragon pair - must fight off armored dragons from Drago's Army.

I used to love this forest. It used to be so peaceful ... [src]

Dragons: Rise of Berk

Dewdrop can be often found in the Forests of Berk in the early morning, when the grass is damp, or after rainfall. She can't get enough of the worms that surface!
  Dragons: Rise of Berk  

The Raincutter named Dewdrop lives in the Berk Forests, hunting worms here.

Woodwind flies with such speed through the Berk Forests that her clubbed tail whistles! You can hear her coming from a distance – which is good, she's not likely to stop.
  Dragons: Rise of Berk  

Woodwind the Woolly Howl also lives in the Berk Forest, and speeds so fast her tail acts as a woodwind instrument.

This sneaky Rockstomper is known to hoard shiny rock and bury them in the Forest. She has a pension for precious stones.
  Dragons: Rise of Berk  

Jewelbilant the Rockstomper also appears to live in the forest, and likes to hide shiny things there.

Being blind, easily excited, and firebreathing doesn't go together well. Poor Timbertoast has set the Berk forest aflame too many times to count.
  Dragons: Rise of Berk  

Brute Timbertoast also appears to live in the forest, with it having nearly burned much of it down several times.

Dragons: Titan Uprising

Berk Forest is the first main location of this game. Fishlegs Ingerman accompanies the player throughout the levels of this section. The sub-sections of Berk Forest are:

Later, the player and Dragon Riders find that the Dragonroot Company has taken over most regions of the Barbaric Archipelago, including Berk Forest (which is also called 'Hooligan Timberland'). The player must battle crazed dragons again in the same areas they had previously, and also some new sections.


  • In Dragons: Titan Uprising 'Berk Forest' seems to be synonymous with 'Hooligan Timberlands', as the areas in Berk forest also appear later in the game as areas in the Hooligan Timberlands. However, some areas, particularly Dragon's Edge, also appear as part of the Hooligan Timberlands which is clearly not located in or directly around the Isle of Berk. It may be that 'Timberlands' refers to any forested area that the Hooligan Tribe claims as their lands, even if it is as far away as Dragon's Edge, and not just the forests on Berk.


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