Winger: Now, that's what I call an inverted diving barrel roll.
Dak: Meh. I just call it awesome.
Burple: I think my stomachs prefer other mo... mo... mo... moves.
Winger: Good job, Burps. You're really improving.
Dak: Let's go help those little guys, Wing.
Winger: You know it.
Dak: That's right, wolves.
Winger: Go find yourselves a less adorable snack.
Dak: I don't see any mom or dad dragons around. Let's get these babies out of here before those wolves come back. Come on.
Burple: Aww. Goo-goo, gaga. What? They understand me.
Dak: Okay. So, who wants to tell Leyla we found more baby dragons?
Burple: Oh, me. I do. What? You don't think she'll be happy to see more babies?
Leyla: Come on, guys. Time for your bath. No. Don't touch that. That's my...
Summer: I got it.
Leyla: Thanks, Summer. Come here, little guy. Seriously? Summer.
Summer: It wasn't me.
Cuttter: Sorry about that. Bath day is the worst. Especially when I'm not the one who's supposed to be taking a bath. Whoa, look out.
Aggro: Sorry, Heatey is practicing his aim.
Cutter: Practice harder.
Leyla: I did not think taking care of four baby dragons would be this difficult.
Summer: Uh, how do you feel about six?
Burple: More the merrier?
Dak: What are they?
Leyla: I don't know. But if you thought we had our hands full before...
Dak: Oh, don't worry, sis. We can handle it.
Winger: Heh. Sure, we can.
Cutter: This isn't how nap time works.
Dak: I didn't say it was gonna be easy.
Leyla: You think it's hard now? Wait till they start to grow and develop new powers.
Summer: New powers?
Leyla: A lot of dragons get new powers as they grow up. You should have seen our mom. She had a power blast like Winger but she also had a Mega Blast.
Summer: What's that?
Dak: One giant blast instead of three small ones. It was so cool.
Summer: You can do that?
Winger: Not yet. I've never even tried. But if I... Ow!
Dak: I think the new guys might be hungry.
Leyla: Here you go. Silver snapper. Huh. Weird.
Dak: Oh! Giant scrugfish? Maybe not. Whoa!
Leyla: Oh, they seem to like vegetables.
Dak: Just not to eat.
Burple: If you're not gonna finish that...
Leyla: This is so weird. They're obviously hungry, but they won't eat. If I could figure out what kind of dragon they are, maybe I could...
Winger: What was that?
Leyla: Wait a second, I recognize that call.
Aggro: Great. Now, how do we get it to stop?
Leyla: "Piercing Shriekscales." That's what they are.
Cutter: So, I take it we're gonna hear this a lot?
Leyla: Mm-hm. Adult Shriekscales make that sound to chase off predators. But as babies, they make it...
Cutter: Pretty much all the time?
Leyla: When they're hungry.
Burple: I get it. Sometimes I cry in public when I miss a meal.
Dak: If they're hungry, why won't they eat?
Leyla: Because baby Shriekscales only eat the bark of the Crimson Pine Tree.
Cutter: Ok. So, let's go get some of that.
Leyla: Well, it's super rare.
Cutter: Of course it is.
Leyla: Hmm. Chief Duggard. If there's Crimson Pine on this island, he'll know where to find it.
Duggard: You came to the right man, Rescue Riders We have just a few Crimson Pines, but they are right up here. They're shorter than I remember. Ground.
Dak: Isn't this where Magnus' log-cutting machine went wild?
Leyla: There have to be some Crimson Pine Trees somewhere else.
Duggard: Not on Huttsgalor. You might try one of the other Obscure Islands. There are a few options. Okay. A lot of options. I've seen pine trees on this island. I can't remember if they're crimson or not. And this island could work. Ooh, this. I just like the shape of this one.
Dak: What about this big one?
Duggard: Hazard Island. Why, yes, I suppose there might be some Crimson Pine Trees on Hazard Island.
Dak: Sounds nice. Let's go there.
Leyla: You know hazard means danger, right?
Dak: Yeah, we do.
Duggard: You don't wanna go to Hazard Island, Rescue Riders. It's earned its name. No one who's gone there has ever come back.
Leyla: That's a bad thing, Dak.
Dak: What? I know. Don't worry, chief Duggard, we've got plenty of other islands to try. Okay, guys, load up. It might be a long trip.
Cutter: I can't believe I have to stay behind.
Winger: They wouldn't let you leave even if you try.
Leyla: Neither would we. We need all the help we can get around here.
Dak: Don't worry, we'll be back with the Crimson Pine Bark before you know it. Let's fly.
Leyla: Dak, remember what Duggard said. Don't go to Hazard Island.
Dak: Don't worry, sis. Does that really sound like something I'd do?
Dak: I'll try the other islands first, I promise.
Leyla: He's totally going to end up at Hazard Island, isn't he?
Dak: Nope. Nothing.
Winger: Dak, are you heading us toward Hazard Island?
Dak: More or less. Mostly more.
Winger: You promised Leyla you would check out the other islands first.
Dak: We are checking them out as we fly over them on the way to Hazard Island. I Haven't seen any Crimson Pines yet. You?
Aggro: Not from up here.
Dak: Hazard Island is the biggest island, we have the best chance to find Crimson Pine there.
Winger: I still don't think it's a good idea. Unfortunately, I don't have a better one.
Dak: Yes! Hazard Island it is. There it is.
Aggro: Look. Those tall trees at the top of the island. I think they're...
Dak and Winger: Crimson Pine.
Burple: Oak. Oh, right. Crimson Pine.
Dak: Hazard Island doesn't seem so hazardous.
Aggro: Not to us dragons. I take it back.
Burple: Where did this wind come from?
Aggro: I don't know. But it's getting stronger. Whoa!
Winger: Fall back.
Burple: We fell back, all right.
Dak: Okay. That was weird.
Aggro: Weird and totally embarrassing. We got our butts kicked. By wind.
Burple: I guess Hazard Island was a pretty good name after all.
Dak: What is it?
Winger: Look at the trees on the island. They're blowing the opposite direction the wind was blowing.
Dak: That doesn't make any sense.
Burple: Wait. If the wind is blowing the trees that way...
Aggro: What blew us this way?
Winger: Good question.
Leyla: There has to be a way to get them to stop!
Cutter: What? I can't hear you over the screeching.
Summer: There has to be a way to get them to stop!
Leyla: That's what I just... said.
Summer: Thank goodness.
Cutter: I thought that couldn't get any worse. I take it back!
Leyla: The Shriekscales are starting to upset the other babies. We need to find a way to calm them down.
Cutter: You're telling me. I don't remember what silence sounds like.
Summer: Maybe they need a distraction.
Leyla: Not a bad idea, Sum. Come on, let's distract.
Leyla: I call these the dragon swings.
Cutter: ♪ Baa, baa, black sheep, have you any wool? ♪ Come on. I wasn't that off-key.
Leyla: I hope the others find that Crimson Bark soon because I'm out of ideas.
Cutter: Maybe a change of scenery would help. You could take them to the village.
Leyla: It can't hurt.
Cutter: Ok, I'll see you when you get back.
Leyla: Nice try, Cutter, but you're coming with us.
Cutter: It was worth a try.
Winger: All right, gang, round two.
Aggro: Wind's picking up.
Dak: Commence Operation Windjammer.
Winger: Burple, you're up.
Burple: It's working. Who knew I was a good wind blocker?
Aggro: Burple, can we go any faster?
Burple: I'd love to. Just let me ask my wings. Yeah, they said no.
Aggro: Ugh! This is taking forever.
Winger: Aggro, no. Stay in formation.
Winger: Get us as close as you can.
Burple: I'm trying. I'm also getting tired! Go on without us!
Winger: He got us pretty close. We might just make it.
Dak: It's a beautiful day to be hanging on for dear life.
Winger: Hang on longer. Because we're almost there.
Dak: I love crash landings.
Winger: That's because you have my body to break your fall.
Dak: True. Look. There are the Crimson Pines.
Winger: The wind has stopped. Something feels off, Dak. Let's just grab the bark and go.
Dak: Don't worry. We're totally safe.
Grumblegard: Don't you dare touch my trees.
Winger: You were saying?
Grumblegard: You made it through my wind blast. Must be getting rusty in my old age.
Dak: Sorry to show up on your island without an invitation.
Grumblegard: What is this small ugly dragon saying?
Dak: Uh, I'm not a dragon. I mean, I wish I was. I'm a human.
Grumblegard: A human? My eyesight must be getting worse than I thought. My hearing, too. Did you just talk to me?
Dak: Pretty amazing, right? My sister and I were shipwrecked. A mother dragon rescued us...
Grumblegard: Not interested.
Dak: What? Everybody loves that story.
Winger: Sir, we're here on an urgent mission.
Grumblegard: I don't care. This is my island. Grumblegard's Island. I've had humans come before, dragons, too. Invaders, all the same. I don't care why you're here or where you're from. I just want you gone. I'll be fair and give you to the count of one. One. Time's up.
Dak: Look out!
Aggro: You wanna play it that way? Feel the heat. Whoa!
Grumblegard: What heat? Maybe your battle cry should be "feel the mildly warm" or "here comes the tepid..."
Burple: It's Burple from above! Whoa.
Grumblegard: That all you got?
Dak: I think we've got a little something else, too.
Winger: Power blast!
Grumblegard: Are you trying to tickle me, son? That's right. And don't come back.
Female Villager: Aww.
Leyla: They won't eat anything we have at the Roost.
Cutter: Elbone sure picked the wrong day to start a glass-blowing business.
Marena: What is all this noise?! I was awoken from my siesta. And no one wakes Marena from a siesta.
Leyla: Sorry, Marena, these baby dragons are...
Marena: Babies? That sound came from babies?!
Leyla: Yes, babies that are going to be far away from town and back in the Roost immediately.
Marena: Flee if you want, but Marena is still coming for you.
Dak: We really need that bark, but Grumble-Blarg or whoever he is doesn't seem to care.
Aggro: Oh, he cared. He cared a lot that we got off his island.
Burple: We could try other islands. Maybe some safer ones?
Aggro: I say we attack him head-on. Or least I should. No one blows my fireballs back at me.
Dak: We don't have time to check other islands and we're not powerful enough to take on grumy pants. I mean, even Winger's power blast did nothing. No offense, Wing.
Winger: Only a little taken.
Dak: Wait a second. Wing, maybe a Mega Blast would be strong enough to back him off long enough for us to get the bark.
Winger: Dak, I can't do Mega Blast.
Dak: Mom could.
Winger: But I can't.
Dak: How do you know? You've never tried.
Winger: Actually, I have tried. A lot.
Dak: What? When?
Winger: I've been sneaking out late at night to practice.
Dak: You didn't tell me?
Winger: No. Because every time I try, this happens.
Burple: Hey, that's how I usually land.
Winger: See? I'm not old enough or strong enough or maybe I'm just not as powerful as Mom. I don't know.
Dak: Wing, it's okay. You'll get it one day. You know how many times I've tried crazy tricks and fallen off your back?
Winger: Four hundred and twelve.
Dak: Huh? Point is, I don't let it get me down. I just keep on with the crazy. Besides, you're already pretty awesome even without a Mega Blast.
Winger: Thanks, Dak.
Aggro: But without a Mega Blast, how can we beat Grumblegard and get that bark?
Dak: Wait a second. Maybe we don't need to beat him. Maybe to get the bark, we need to lose to him.
Burple: Sure about this, Dak?
Dak: You know what they say, if you can't beat them, get beat by them.
Winger: Nobody says that.
Dak: They will after today.
Grumblegard: What part of "get off of my island" wasn't clear to you?
Aggro: Pretty much all of it.
Dak: Sorry. We can't go until we get what we came for.
Grumblegard: Well, if you came for pain, you can have plenty of that!
Dak: Our turn.
Grumblegard: You think an old dragon can't see you, huh?
Dak: I would never think that.
Burple: I got him.
Winger: Retreat. We'll just have to find Crimson Pine on another island.
Grumblegard: Kids these days.
Dak: Kids these days are awesome.
Winger: Nice job, Burps.
Burple: Thanks. That was such an awesome plan. I got to save Dak and use a little sleight of paw. If I didn't just do it, I would've thought I couldn't do it.
Winger: Let's just hope Dak can get that bark.
Cutter: What do you think of this? Huh? Well, I'm out of moves.
Summer: What if we swaddled them in blankets?
Leyla: Already tried. It did not work.
Summer: Well, what if we got the cart...?
Leyla: Didn't work either! Huh? What?
Cutter: Ok, that's just about the best thing I've seen all day.
Leyla: How did you do that?
Marena: Old trick I used on a baby tiger once.
Leyla: Can you teach me how to do that?
Marena: I just did.
Cutter: Classic Marena exit.
Summer: You do have that clap down, right?
Leyla: It's trickier than it looks.
Dak: Sure hope this stuff works.
Grumblegard: You really thought I'd fall for the old replace-the-human-with-a-log trick?
Dak: Uh, maybe.
Grumblegard: My eyes may be weak, but my brain is not. That's it. No more Mr. Nice Dragon. Now you'll really pay for trespassing on my island. You really should have left when you had the chance.
Aggro: We gotta find a way to shut off his wind. Winger, you really need to try that Mega Blast.
Winger: I told you, I can't do it.
Dak: No rush or anything, guys. I'm totally fine over here. Just, uh...
Burple: Unless you've got a better idea, that Mega Blast thingy might be our only hope.
Winger: Wait a second, I just might have a better idea. All right, cover me, guys.
Winger: Did I?
Dak: Nice move.
Grumblegard: You should've left my island alone. You've made an enemy today.
Dak: I'm not trying to make enemies, Grumblegard. I'm just trying to feed some dragons.
Cutter: I hate to complain, but it's hard to enjoy the quiet without, you know, the quiet.
Leyla: I've gotta be able to do this.
Cutter: There goes any hope of quiet ever again.
Dak: Actually, don't count on that.
Leyla: You found the bark?
Dak: Of course. It was no trouble. Okay. Maybe it was kind of a lot of trouble.
Leyla: You found it on Hazard Island, didn't you?
Cutter: I don't care where you found it. I'm just glad I can hear my own thoughts again. Hm. I'm so hilarious.
Leyla: Now we're down to just one problem today.
Dak: What's that, sis?
Leyla: How to take care of six baby dragons.
Aggro: Uh, actually, we may have another problem on our hands.
Dak: Grumblegard. He followed us.
Leyla: Uh, Dak, who's Grumblegard?
Grumblegard, Part 2