|“||We can go back to our normal life: Two adult siblings living in familial harmony, spending every moment together, united as one living, breathing being that tries relentlessly to invoke physical harm on the other. [src]||”|
The Twins have a complex yet rather typical relationship for fraternal twins. As kids, they always seem to be physically fighting and finding glee in the other's pain. As time goes on, however, they turn toward apathy toward each other, and eventually mature into admitting outwardly that despite all the fighting and arguing, they're inseparable and love each other dearly.
In the first film, the Twins do not have a lot of screen time. However, they have a typical brother-sister relationship of poking fun at and insulting each other.
The Twins have less screen time in this short film and not many scenes are shown that improves their relationship whatsoever. The Twins just stay as they were in the first film.
The relationship of the Twins wasn't that developed in this short film, but it is seen that their personalities are fairly similar and they agree on what the other says and states. An actual moment just for the Twins, however, was not shown whatsoever.
Although they fight for a sheep even when they're both on the same team during races, they are shown closely working together in the dragon races. Their relationship stays the same throughout the whole short as well.
Each Twin finds humor in the pain of the other. One example is in "The Terrible Twos", when a young Typhoomerang named Torch jumps on Tuffnut and chews on his nose. Ruffnut stands by and laughs. When Torch then bites her nose, Tuffnut starts laughing.
The Twins also share a close relationship as a caring duo. The two have immense love for one another as well. This is evident in "Snuffnut", where Ruffnut is extremely sad when she believes that her brother is dead. Tuffnut felt that he was holding her back from marrying Throk, so he faked his own death so she could be happy. They still tend to have a sibling-like rivalry, but prioritize their bond over all else. Ruffnut also stated that being a Thorston meant nothing without her brother, and that she would rather be disowned then remain in the family without her brother.
- Revealed in Race to the Edge, Ruffnut is stated to be older than Tuffnut.
|“||We're a package deal! You want Ruff, you get Tuff. Look, you can't have one without the other. [src]||”|
|“||No! You wish I was your sister! You think I'd be dragging your monkey butt all over the jungle, risking your life, if my brother weren't the most important thing in the world to me?! Think about that! [src]||”|