|“||This is Huttsgalor. A little village on the edge of the Viking empire. Not much has ever happened here, until we showed up. [src]||”|
Huttsgalor is the main setting for the series, Dragons: Rescue Riders.
- 1 Geography
- 2 Appearances
- 3 Trivia
- 4 Site Navigation
Huttsgalor is a large island with a small village and a mountain in its center. There is an extensive cave system underneath the mountain. The terrain is steep, rolling and rocky, with ample vegetation, including grassy pastures and forested areas with both deciduous and coniferous trees. The island is large enough to support many different climates from almost semi-tropical forests to near-arctic regions.
The Great Hall
The Roost is an old lighthouse structure that has become the home base of the Rescue Riders.
Mount Huttsgalor is the large central mountain that makes up a significant bulk of the island. It is passable from one side to the other on foot, but difficult and slow.
The Maze Caves are a huge network of underground caverns within the island and concentrated under Mount Huttsgalor. They are dangerous and prone to flooding at high tide and rarely entered.
The Icy Northern Tip is featured in "Iced Out". It is an area of frigid temperatures, with snow covering the landscape and a wide icy river that flows toward town.
Boiling Springs Valley is more a geothermal trench feature than an actual valley. Fairly short in length and width - relatively speaking - comprises of multiple active geysers with irregular eruption schedules. It is dangerous for both humans and dragons.
Metal objects began to fall apart around town in "Heavy Metal", due to a Belzium shortage. Due to lack of coordination, a large Belzium boulder almost smashed into town, but the Rescue Riders stopped it just in time, right in front of the smithy.
In "Double Finked", the Rescue Riders tested the Rescue Vines on a far side of the island, so as to not disturb the village. At the same time, Axel Finke, the nephew of Magnus Finke, arrived at his uncle's house, located on the north side of Huttsgalor.
In "Mecha-Menace", Elbone started a new business as a farmer, and started planting corn seeds on a field located on a higher-elevated part of Huttsgalor.
In "Summer Holiday", the Rescue Riders save a nest of eggs on the mountainous side of the island.
In "Treasure Riders", the Rescue Riders travel on the north side of Huttsgalor, in order to catch Ice Tail Pike for a meal. There, they also encounter a pack of wolves, but are saved by Waldondo del Mundo.
In "Puff Enuf", a Puffertail named Zeppla arrived on Huttsgalor, and got lost in the Maze Caves. The Rescue Riders saved her and together they went on a rescue mission to save Elbone from a quicksand beach on the far side of the island.
In "Hot, Hot, Hot", the Rescue Riders flew all over the island in search of Aggro, who had sneaked away during the night. They eventually found her in Boiling Springs Valley.
In "Charged Up", the Rescue Riders went to the far side of the island, where the dragons made a competition of target shooting. Two days later, they woke up to find an out-of-control Mechano-Dragon attacking the village, so they worked together to destroy it. The machine's pieces fell into a forest near the village, where they powered up one last time before being shut down forever.
In "Belly Flop", Summer took her friends, except for Leyla and Burple, to teach them swimming tricks in the waters near Huttsgalor.
Waldondo del Mundo visited Huttsgalor so that he could ask the Rescue Riders to protect a Golden Dragon and its egg. The Riders went at Marena's house first, to check in with her. She approved of their mission and the Riders left the island to find the Golden Dragon.
The villagers were hypnotized by the Songwing Melodia, giving them the urge to sing. They remained under Melodia's control until Leyla, a better singer than her, broke the hypnotic spell with her singing.
This section requires expansion.
- The name 'Huttsgalor' seems to be a play on 'huts' and 'galore', meaning there are many huts.
- On the map inside the Roost the island is titled 'Huttsgalore', which may confirm this assumption.