Stormfly is Astrid/Camicazi's pet Dragon. She first appeared in A Hero's Guide to Deadly Dragons and since has appeared in every following novel. In the film adaptation, rather, she is a Deadly Nadder and her rider is Astrid.

In the film

In the film, a Deadly Nadder is shown to be kept locked up for Dragon Training . Later in the movie, while battling the Red Death, Astrid has chosen the same Deadly Nadder to ride and join the fight. At the end of the film, we see Astrid riding on the Nadder, along with the other young Vikings and their dragons.

In Gift of the Night Fury

In Gift of the Night Fury, this Nadder's name is revealed to be Stormfly, and Astrid is very close to her. In the short film, Stormfly and the rest of Berk's dragons leave suddenly, and Astrid was sad that her dragon is gone.

It is revealed Stormfly and the dragons left to lay their eggs and hatch them. Stormfly herself becomes a mother of three Nadder hatchlings. Thanks to Hiccup and his efforts, the dragons all return to Berk, and Astrid is reunited with Stormfly and overjoyed to see Stormfly's new babies.

In Legend of the Boneknapper Dragon

Stormfly makes a very short appearance in Legend of the Boneknapper Dragon. She is seen along with Astrid, dumping water over the Belch House in an effort to put out the fire, that Gobber claims to have been caused by the Boneknapper dragon.

In Riders of Berk

In the TV series, Astrid still has Stormfly. Stormfly is the most beautiful dragon in the Dragon Training Academy. Astrid wakes up every morning and Stormfly is the first thing she sees. In the preview episode of the show, Astrid is heartbroken

at the thought of having Stormfly taken away, saying that she was used to having the dragon around. It should also be noted that Astrid is very excited in getting her dragon back whenHiccupannounces that they can keep their dragons. In episode 3-"Animal House ", where dragons were revealed to have protective instincts, Stormfly is seen protecting sheep with her wings gently and in a comforting way at the end of the episode. Stormfly also appears to be rather intelligent, caring and protective of Astrid. The pair seem to have a strong bond, though not quite as strong as the bond between Hiccup and Toothless. In episode 7, 9 & 11, it was revealed that Stormfly will shoot her tail spines if someone touches her on her blind spot, when she is ill, or when she is startled while sleeping. [1]Astrid and Stormfly in the TV series.Added by [[|Toothless the Nightfury]]

In episode 10-"Heather Report Part 1", it is shown that Stormfly is beginning to rival Toothless in speed, as Astrid was experimenting with her diet, and apparently, it was working (though Toothless may also not be as fast as he once was due to the weight of his prosthetic tail fin). Later in the same episode, it was revealed that Stormfly was able to fly faster because Astrid gives her a basketful of chicken everyday, rather than fish. She was also ridden by Heather, in episodes 10 & 11, although Hiccup noted that Heather was not capable of riding Stormfly at the same speed as Astrid could push her at. Astrid still continues to give her chicken, as it was shown in episode 13-"When Lightning Strikes". This indicates that chicken gives more stamina to a dragon, and it increases a dragon's speed, or maybe this indicates that dragons are faster and have more stamina when fed their natural diet.

In the sequel

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  • In the movie, Stormfly's wings are mainly yellow with some blue, but in the series they are mostly blue with some red and no yellow. This could be a mistake or it could be the fact that dragons' colors change as they age.
  • Stormfly and Astrid must have some type of sync as Astrid could do handsprings and cartwheels while Stormfly flew in the air during the Thawfest Games.
  • Stormfly seems to rely more on her tail spines than her fire.

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Films: How to Train Your Dragon | How to Train Your Dragon 2 | How to Train Your Dragon 3
Shorts: Legend of the Boneknapper Dragon | Gift of the Night Fury | Book of Dragons | Dawn of the Dragon Racers
Spin-off series: DreamWorks Dragons (Episode List)
Video games: How to Train Your Dragon

Characters: Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III | Astrid Hofferson | Stoick the Vast | Valka | Gobber the Belch | Fishlegs Ingerman | Snotlout Jorgenson | Ruffnut Thorston | Tuffnut Thorston | Eret | Gothi | Spitelout | Drago Bludvist | Grimmel the Grisly

Spin-off Characters: Dagur the Deranged | Mala | Heather | Atali | Gustav Larson | Silent Sven | Bucket | Mulch | Silent Sven | Trader Johann | Alvin the Treacherous | Viggo Grimborn | Ryker Grimborn | Mildew | Captain Vorg

Dragon Characters: Toothless | Stormfly | Meatlug | Hookfang | Cloudjumper | Skullcrusher | Grump | Red Death | Toothless' Rival | Scauldy | Bing, Bam and Boom | Valka's Bewilderbeast | Drago's Bewilderbeast | Torch | Thornado

Dragon Species: Night Fury | Deadly Nadder | Gronckle | Monstrous Nightmare | Hideous Zippleback | Typhoomerang | Thunderdrum | Fireworm | Scauldron | Whispering Death | Smothering Smokebreath | Changewing | Screaming Death Fireworm Queen | Flightmare | Skrill | Lead Stinger | Speed Stingers | Stormcutter | Bewilderbeast | Seashocker

How to Train Your Dragon: Sticks and Stones
How to Train Your Dragon 2: For The Dancing And The Dreaming | Where No One Goes | Into A Fantasy

Locations: Berk

Objects: Hiccup's Shield | Dragon Blade