Headmaster: "Before you begin to train your dragon, you'll need to know where they come from. Our Viking ancestors, starting with Gobber's great-great-great grandfather Bork the Bold, have documented the dragon classes on special rune stones. Go find all seven of the stones to learn about dragon history."
1- Find the Tidal Class Rune Stone
Headmaster: "Tidal Class dragons live in or near the water. The Thunder Drum and the Scauldron are Tidal Class dragons. To remember these, heed this warning: "The Tidal Tides Drown Swimmers.""
2- Find the Boulder Class Rune Stone
Headmaster: "Boulder Class dragons are tough earth dragons. They sometimes eat rocks. The Whipering Death and the Gronckle are Boulder Class dragons. Just remember, "Boulders Weight Down Gobber.""
3- Find the Fear Class Rune Stone
Headmaster: "Fear Class dragons are sneaky and often have multiple heads. The Hideous Zippleback and the Snaptrapper are Fear Class dragons. A great little saying to remember these dragons is "Fear Holds Zebras still!""
4- Find the Mystery Class Rune Stone
Headmaster: "We don't know much about Mystery Class dragons, but we hope to find out more about them. The Changewing, the Smothering Smokebreath and the Boneknapper are Mystery Class dragons. Remember this saying: "Mysteries Can Simply Stump Brains!""
5- Find the Sharp Class Rune Stone at the Training Grounds
Headmaster: "Sharp Class dragons are vain and prideful. They also have sharp body parts, like spines. The Deadly Nadder and the Timberjack are Sharp Class dragons. Remember this by saying "Sharp Dragons Need Thorns.""
6- Find the Stoker Class Rune Stone at the Training Grounds
Headmaster: "Stoker Class dragons are hotheads and great fire breathers. The Monstrous Nightmare, Fireworm, Typhoomerang, and the Terrible Terror are all Stoker Class dragons. And easy way to remember this is "Stokers Must Never Fall Through Thick Trees.""
7- Find the Strike Class Rune Stone at the Training Grounds
Headmaster: "Strike Class dragons are really fast, amart and have powerful jaws. The Skrill and the Night Fury are Strike Class dragons. Remember it with this phrase. "Strike Should Nimbly Fly.""
Headmaster: "Well done, [Your Viking's Name]! Now you know more about your dragon and where it comes from. Hiccup created a new dragon class called a Tracker class, but we don't have a runestone for it yet. There's so much more to learn about dragons!"