The Dragon Trainer's Field Guide includes five pages of exciting tips and tricks for training your dragon:
Who didn't feed the dragon?
An unhappy dragon is a hungry dragon. Feed your dragon regularly to avoid symptoms such as hunger, hanger, and a sudden urge to eat.. well, you.
Your dragon's den
It's a common misconception that dragons like to live in caves filled with gold. They actually like to be out doors most of the time, unless it's raining or there's a really good movie on the television.
Tip # 234
Your dragon's belly and you
Out in the wild and can't start a fire? Just tickle your dragon's belly for a usually non-lethal firestarter!
Do not point your dragon at or around your face. Refusing to follow these rules will probably almost 100% result in total body death.
Time to Fly
Your dragon will fire a high-impact flame blast into the ground, sending you soaring away from - or towards (good luck) - enemies armed with very sharp, very dangerous pokey things. For smooth sailing, stow all Infinity Edges before takeoff.
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