|“||The Goregutter is a gentle giant who keeps to himself and wouldn't hurt a sheep. At least not intentionally. [src]||”|
|“||Although Goregutters have impressive sets of antlers and axe-shaped tails, they are gentler than they appear and like to be left in peace. In battle, however, they have the ability to spew molten lava onto their antlers before ramming opponents with fiery force.||”|
|— Dragonpedia stat card|
|“|| Crimson Goregutters are massive in size and carry an unbelievable amount of strength, helping them destroy anything in its path when feeling opposed. Mighty as they are, these creatures are loyal to their Alpha and caring to those who they consider their friends. Though they may not be one of the fastest dragons around, don't be fooled as their size is their gift, and you can spot a Crimson Goregutter from miles away!|
These unique dragons are born with enormous antlers used as weaponry in battle and a shocking axe-like tail; enemies don't stand a chance against them! They have incredible ear-spitting calls, which they use to communicate with others from a far way distance. These roaring calls coming in handy whenever reinforcements are needed.
|— School of Dragons|
The Crimson Goregutter's name was revealed at the 2018 Annecy Film Festival preview of How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World.
According to Simon Otto, the Crimson Goregutter is intended to look prehistoric and imposing, but docile at the same time. The antlers were inspired by an extinct species of elk of big proportions. To give the dragon an old aspect, Otto used the skin of a fish, specifically perch.
In School of Dragons, Crimson Goregutter eggs are oval, with a pronounced scale pattern on them. They have a dark grey base, with the scales having various colors, including yellow, orange, red, pink, purple and turquoise.
Hatchling to Adult
Crimson Goregutters are one of the largest land dragons. They are primarily crimson in color with purple details and light undersides. They have four long and stubby legs, with their forelimbs being longer than their hindlimbs. The Goregutters' most defining features are the massive moose-like metallic antlers that adorn their short-snouted heads. These antlers are large and powerful enough to be used as formidable weapons. The tip of their tails is shaped like a battle axe that can be used for defensive and offensive purposes.
The antlers, plates, and spikes of Titan Wing Crimson Goregutters are larger and sharper than those of the Broad Wing. Their tail bludgeons have also grown significantly. They also have large holes on the far edges of their antlers.
Crimson Goregutters are able to launch molten lava from their mouths, similar to other Boulder Class dragons such as Gronckles and Hotburples. They are also able to spew their lava onto their antlers before charging onto their intended targets.
Crimson Goregutters are able to produce an ear-splitting sound to communicate within a distance.
Strength and Combat
Due to their huge size, Crimson Goregutters possess an immense level of strength. A single Goregutter can easily knock down the door of a metal cage with its feet, swat humans with its tail, smash a tower of rocks, and destroy the masts of a ship by ramming it with its antlers while flying without any signs of slowing down.
The tip of the tail of a Crimson Goregutter has the shape of an axe. The dragon can use its tail both in offense and defense. The tail is powerful enough to knock out humans instantly or to destroy a large rock tower in mere seconds.
Behavior and Personality
|“||Crimson Goregutters are massive creatures that are loyal and caring but do not underestimate their strength; they can knock down anything in their path if tempted. [src]||”|
|— School of Dragons|
Crimson Goregutters are generally peaceful dragons that prefer to be left alone. Despite their docile nature, they can be aggressive and incredibly dangerous when provoked. They are also very protective to those that they care about, which is illustrated when the rescued Goregutter destroyed a trapper's ship to defend Fishmeat, the infant Gronckle that Fishlegs carries with him all the time.
Like most Boulder Class dragons, the Crimson Goregutter is relatively easy to train, due to its docile nature. Saving the life of a Crimson Goregutter is enough for the dragon to remain loyal to its saviour and even risk his life to defend him.
The Dragon Riders rescued a trapped Crimson Goregutter on one of their missions and brought it back to Berk This Goregutter also grew attached to Meatlug's offspring Fishmeat, and accompanies the baby wherever he goes.
Crimson Goregutters were added to the game on March 19, 2019 as trainable dragons.
|“||That's a Crimson Goregutter! One of the most endangered dragon breeds! [src]||”|
|— Scribbler, upon setting his eyes on the dragon|
Eir Stormheart managed to capture a Crimson Goregutter, prior to the events of this game. She poisoned it with a concoction made of Grimora venom and dragonvine and placed it in the caves of Blood Briar Island.
- The Crimson Goregutter is one the most endangered species of dragons, along with the Sliquifier, the Slitherwing, the Buffalord, the Bewilderbeast, and the Night Fury.
- ↑ "Oh, hey, I'm fine! How are you? I checked my notes, and the Shadow Wing belongs in the Stoker Class. This goes for both the Large Shadow and Small Shadow binary breeds. Not sure why that wasn't public knowledge, but here's a handy class chart we use to keep 'em all straight:" (Date Posted - December 8, 2018). Twitter.
- ↑ Giardina, Carolyn. (Date Published - June 14, 2018). 'How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World': Director Dean DeBlois Reveals New Details. The Hollywood Reporter.
- ↑ Snetiker, Marc. (Date Published - February 1, 2019). How to Train Your Dragon 3: Meet The Hidden World's new Dragons. EW.com.
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