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Dragonberry, also spelled Dragon Berry, is a plant that appears minimally in DreamWorks Dragons Franchise.

Description

Dragonberry is a simple black plant with lots of green spikes and no flowers. As its names suggests, it produces berries. Though they are not seen, it is assumed that they are purple, from the juice that they produce.

They are mentioned to be poisonous, as much as the Threadtails, however not affecting them.

Function

Due to their allergy to their own poisonous skin secretions, the Threadtails trail through Dragonberry spiny bushes to relieve the itching.

Further medicinal use is mentioned in To Berk and Beyond, once as a calming extract for hatchlings and second as the one thing Rumblehorns are not able to smell at all.

In addition to Rumblehorns, the Brooding Boltstamper, a hybrid resulting from the breeding of a Rumblehorn and a Skrill, inherits the inability to smell Dragonberry from its Rumblehorn lineage, as mentioned in Dragons: Titan Uprising.

Appearances

DreamWorks Dragons: To Berk and Beyond!

Eret mentions dragonberries when talking about trapper tips for Rumblehorns.

When I don't want a Skullcrusher or any other Tracker Class dragons to smell me coming, I coat my body in Dragonberry juice. It's the only thing in this world that they can't smell!
  — Eret  


Later, Gobber presents a question to the reader about how to get Scuttleclaw hatchlings to fly during bad weather. One possibility is feeding them dragonberry extract for a calming effect.

Slip a little Dragonberry extract in their morning feed to calm the juvenile.
  — Gobber  


Games

Dragons: Rise of Berk

Don't touch! This dragon can secrete a poison through its skin when it senses danger. The only problem is the Threadtail is allergic to it too! It spends most of the day trailing around in Dragonberry bushes to relieve the itching.
  Dragons: Rise of Berk  

The Dragonberry is first mentioned in this game in Threadtail's description.

Dark vines possibly being those of dragonberries, appear surrounding Mildew's Strain's roost, who is a Threadtail.

This Dragon spends most of its days desperately trying to use bushes to relieve its constant itching, especially during the autumn... however the local fauna is as poisonous as it is.
  Dragons: Rise of Berk  

Dragonberry is possibly implied (though not by name) in Foliander's description (a Threadtail dragon).

Dragon Racers: The Dragon Berry Dash

Though they are mentioned in the title, Dragonberries don't appear in the game. The game was released by Bazooka Candy Company as part of a limited edition 'Dragon Berry' flavor to promote How to Train Your Dragon 2 coming to theaters in 2014.

Dragons: Titan Uprising

This Boltstamper follows a code of conduct Vikings only wish they could live up to. Knock-Rocket uses her impressive tracking skills to chase cowardly foes to the ends of the ocean. Only the cleverest of prey know to use dragonberry juice to cover their scent, a weakness Knock-Rocket inherited from her Rumblehorn lineage.
  Dragons: Titan Uprising  

Dragonberry is mentioned in this game in Knock-Rocket's description.

Trivia

  • The juice boosters in "The Dragon Berry Dash" might be made of Dragonberry.

References

Dragonberry uses Creative Commons Licensed content from the Rise of Berk Wiki page Threadtail. The list of authors can be found on the page revision history (view authors). ROBWiki Logo
Dragonberry uses Creative Commons Licensed content from the Rise of Berk Wiki page Mildew's Strain. The list of authors can be found on the page revision history (view authors). ROBWiki Logo
Dragonberry uses Creative Commons Licensed content from the Rise of Berk Wiki page Foliander. The list of authors can be found on the page revision history (view authors). ROBWiki Logo

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