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The Death Song an exclusive dragon released with the Call of the Deathsong expansion on August 30th, 2015. It can be purchased for 1000 gems (800 for members) or awarded for finishing the quest Loose Ends.

In April 24th, 2018, the Titan Wing was added.

DescriptionEdit

From the How to Train Your Dragon Wiki:

"The Death Song uses a siren-like song to lure its prey. The secret behind this amazing feat is the Death Song's extra cervical vertebrate. When the Death Song calls, its extra vertebrae expand into its frills, and its song is able to be projected to specific targets up to a mile away.
"Death Songs are extremely solitary. This is most likely because of the fact that they will eat any dragon who gets too close to them, including their own kind. Their preferred prey is other dragons, but they aren't adverse to eating any unwary human who strays to close to their nests. Your best chance to defeat this dragon is to ride a Thunderdrum, which is mostly immune to the Death Song's song. This is because a Thunderdrum's hearing is so poor that they unable to hear their lullaby. Death Songs also struggle with small spaces, as they can be effected by the echo of their own song."
For more information on the Death Song, click here.

In QuestsEdit

Call of the Death Song Edit

As the name suggests, The Death Song is the protagonist of this expansion.

Quest: Assault on Berk! Edit

A wild Death Song leaves its island Melody Island and establish its new hunting territories around Berk and the School. From Astrid the player learn that the Death Song is an invasive species that will destroy the ecosystem it invades. Death Songs shoot a fast-hardening amber-like substance to trap its preys, that can be melted using Monstrous Nightmare gel as fuel.

Quest: The Mystery of Sven's Farm Edit

Sven's Farm is converted to the new nesting site of the dangerous dragon. The dragon's nest is a spherical structure, anchored high from the soil, made with Death Song's own amber. This makes its nest a secure, unbreakable home.

Quest: Legend of the Dragon Valkyrie Edit

There's a legend in Berk that explain the origin of the Death Song as a valkyrie that was transformed into a butterfly dragon by Loki, to take revenge on dragons that took her fiancee's life.

Johann the Trader discovers by chance that the dragon has an alternative diet of eels, and in the end the Dragon Riders with the help of the player succesfully convince the Death Song to move to Ship Graveyard, where it can find plenty of prey in the shape of giant eels.

TriviaEdit

  • Unlike other dragons, Death Songs are the second dragons that can eat Eels, the other being the Typhoomerang;

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Broad icon Hatchling and AdulthoodEdit

Racing Stripes/PaintEdit

Titan icon Titan StageEdit

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