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This is Huttsgalor. A little village on the edge of the Viking empire. Not much has ever happened here, until we showed up. [src]
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Huttsgalor is is the main setting for the series, Dragons: Rescue Riders.

Geography

Huttsgalor is an island with a small village and a central mountain. There is an extensive cave system underneath the mountain. The terrain is steep, rolling and rocky, with ample vegetation including grassed pastures and forested areas with both deciduous and evergreen trees.

Prominent Features

The Roost

The Roost is an old lighthouse structure that has become the home base of the Rescue Riders.

Mount Huttsgalor

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.

Maze Caves

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.

Icy Northern Tip

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.

Appearances

Dragons: Rescue Riders, Season 1

Huttsgalor is introduced in the season opener, "The Nest". The village on Huttsgalor was recently damaged during a severe storm. The Rescue Riders assist with the clean-up process.

The town of Huttsgalor is raided, seemingly by a ghost called the Phantom Fang in "Boo to You". The Phantom Fang damaged many things and targeted the town's harvest supplies.

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.

Elbone finds a dragon egg frozen in ice in Huttsgalor's Icy Northern Tip, in "Iced Out".

The seas right around the island are rich in fish and seaweed, including eels and Help Kelp, as seen in "Sick Day".

Trivia

  • The name 'Huttsgalor' seem to be a play on 'huts' and 'galore', meaning there are many huts.

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