The Nest is the first episode of the first season of Dragons: Rescue Riders. It is set to air on September 27, 2019. It is succeeded by "Deep Trouble".


When the Rescue Riders save Viking chief Duggard, they’re invited to visit his village of Huttsgalor, where they must prove they're kind and helpful.

Major Events

  • The Rescue Riders receive their group's official title from Chief Duggard.
  • The Rescue Riders are given an old lighthouse for their home base, dubbed The Roost.
  • The Rescue Riders learn that people should be judged by actions, not words.
  • The Rescue Riders start saving humans, in addition to dragons.


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The Rescue Riders are returning a Wave Glider egg to it's nest. However, the winds are too strong for them to fly up to the top of the Sea Stacks to see which one holds the nest. Cutter flies up but is quickly blown back down. He spots the nest, though, and the riders fly towards it. They manage to climb the sea stack and return the egg to its nest.

As they are leaving, Cutter notices a human clinging to a sinking ship. The riders rescue him and he introduces himself as Duggard, the chief of Huttsgalor. He is wary of the dragons at first, thinking that he, Dak, and Leyla have been kidnapped by them. But the twins manage to persuade him that the dragons mean no harm.

He convinces them to meet the villagers of Huttsgalor, who are worried at first, but soon come to be accepting of the dragons, after the town sheep, Haggis, makes friends with Burple. However, a man named Magnus Finke is convinced that the dragons will bring nothing but ruin.

The dragons help the villagers repair the town after the big storm. Magnus comes up to them with his Auto Limberjack Machine and brags about it. He asks if the riders can do better. Cutter flies up and cuts a tree down as fast as the lumberjack machine. When asked about the price, Dak and Leyla say that their wood is free and that they just like to help people. Magnus storms off in a rage.





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