1- Talk to Heather
2- Gather wood from a tree in Wilderness
Heather: "Great work! You've gathered some firewood. We usually use this at our campfire, but we have to keep turning the logs to keep the flames going."
3- Collect oil from the Wilderness
Heather: "Nice, you found some! Burning oil smells a little strange because it constantly releases gas!"
4- Collect paper from Fishlegs at the Lookout (he's also at the School, near the boat)
Fishlegs: "Paper? Oh yeah! I have some. We usually don't use it for fire because it burns really fast. It's not worth the trouble but you can try it. I hope it can make my poor baby happy!"
5- Collect coal from Gobber in Berk
Gobber: "Coal is really important for a blacksmith since we use it to fuel the forge! I've got lots. You can have some!"
Heather: "Now you're ready to come back to The Lab. Bring the materials you collected, and we'll use the information to form a hypothesis."
6- Choose your hypothesis
Heather: "Interesting choice! Let's go into The Lab and do our experiment!"
Lab 1 - Ignite the paper and time how long it burns. Observe and record in your journal. (5 secs)
Lab 2 - Ignite the wood and time how long it burns. Observe and record in your journal. (20 secs)
Lab 3 - Ignite the coal and time how long it burns. Observe and record in your journal. (35 secs)
Lab 4- Ignite the oil and time how long it burns. Observe and record in your journal. (45 secs)
Heather: "Based on your results, your hypothesis was proven true/false. Burning things is fun! Thanks for letting me be part of that. Take what you learned back to Fishlegs!"
7- Talk to Fishlegs
Fishlegs: "Oh, thank goodness! Now I need to find a place where I can keep things burning for a long time. Thank you so much for your help, [Your Viking name]. Meatlug is going to love it!"