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Get an exclusive look at collectable How To Train Your Dragon 'Dragonpedia' cards

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To celebrate the return of Hiccup and Toothless in next year's How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, we've got a special pre-Christmas treat.

We're presenting you with an exclusive first look at the following collectible 'Dragonpedia' cards – scroll down for all the details of the extraordinary dragon species turning up in the third and final movie.

1. Toothless

One of the heroes of the How To Train Your Dragon franchise, adorable, cat-like dragon Toothless has come a long way since his first big screen appearance in 2010. Initially suspicious of Viking kid Hiccup (Jay Baruchel), he soon formed a firm bond with him, and their friendship helped mend the human-dragon tensions that had defined the Viking settlement of Berk.

Toothless in How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World


2. Barf & Belch

This bickering, two-headed dragon duo are blessed with some formidable strengths including armour and attack abilities. If only they could stop arguing with each other long enough to focus on their targets...

Barf and Belch in How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World


3. Cloudjumper

Cutting a striking X-shape when in flight owing to his hidden set of wings, there's no denying Cloudjumper's stature. And of course, given his overwhelming appearance, he tends to think of himself as top dog (or dragon) too.

Cloudjumper in How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World


4. Deathgripper

With his rapid-fire abilities, tusks and poisonous, scorpion-esque tale, the intimidatingly named Deathgripper certainly makes an entrance. Deathgrippers are a feared dragon species and are to be avoided at all costs.

Deathgripper in How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World


5. Gorecutter

The descriptively named Gorecutter is in fact gentler than its moniker would suggest. Adorned with antlers (onto which they spray molten lava before ramming their opponents), the Gorecutter would much rather be left in peace.

Gorecutter in How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World


6. Hobgobbler

The pug-nosed and barrel-like Hobgobbler have a tendency to devour everything in sight. Don't be fooled by their big-eared, drooling, somewhat endearing appearance – these guys are more like piranhas.

Hobgobbler in How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World


7. Hookfang

With its ability to coat itself in fire, the Hookfang is a ferocious addition to any battle scene. As you'd expect, he ranks highly in terms of firepower, armour and strength, and has a short fuse to boot.

Hookfang in How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World


8. Light Fury

The Light Fury is the most significant new dragon addition in The Hidden World. Until now, we believed Night Fury dragon Toothless was the last of his kind – but in the new movie he meets his iridescent equivalent, with whom he falls madly in love. Light Furys can transform their scales into mirrors and make themselves invisible, all the better for stealth tactics.

Light Fury in How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World


9. Meatlug

Trained by Fishlegs Ingerman (Christopher Mintz-Plasse), this portly, pint-sized dragon is an affectionate beast with an impressive appetite. She's even occasionally been known to devour rocks and spit them out as a brand new substance.

Meatlug in How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World


10. Baby Scuttleclaw

Cute but troublesome, Scuttleclaws may rank relatively low on power and jaw strength. But there's no denying that with their ability to get into trouble, this species is hard to ignore.

Baby Scuttleclaw in How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World


11. Stormfly

Dotted with spines and capable of breathing fiery magnesium, Stormfly can be used as an effective battering ram in the heat of battle. She can also fire said spines with incredible accuracy, so those below ought to watch out.

Stormfly in How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World


12. Terrible Terror

Judging by the name, you may expect some terrifying, gargantuan behemoth. But the Terrible Terror is actually rather endearing – just don't underestimate their ability to band together in large groups causing trouble.

Terrible Terror in How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World


How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
is released in Cineworld on 1st February 2019.