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The How To Train Your Dragon trilogy: Really good movies with which I grew up. It's a really moving story about growing up and letting go
Hunter x Hunter: Especially the 2011 version; the power system feels unique and special and the main characters are all very interesting and easy to love.
Dreamworks Dragons: Race to the Edge: Been watching this show since 2017. It's really nice to see these characters have a more independent life now that they're older, and the finale is all I could've asked for.
The Avatar franchise (yes, including The Legend of Korra): Avatar: The Last Airbender is truly a masterpiece, though that's common knowledge by now. I love the bending system and how beautifully crafted the world is. TLoK has its weak points, for sure (looking at you, Book 2), but I feel like Book 3 goes toe-to-toe with ATLA, with Book 4 being just a slight decrease in quality in my opinion.
Tiempo de Dragones (1 and 2) (Liliana Bodoc): A book series that may never come to a conclusion due to the sudden passing of the author. However, the story is really interesting. It sets up a unique world and the narration is masterful and clear, leading you to perfectly imagine what the scene looks like and feel awe when something fantastic happens.
UNFINISHED SERIES (that I plan to finish reading soon):
The How to train your Dragon books (Cressida Cowell): A story about a young Viking boy becoming a hero the hard way. Sorta already had the ending spoiled by the movies, but so far it's a really interesting series.
La Saga de los Confines (Liliana Bodoc): I started reading the first book this year (2021). I love the worldbuilding and the narration is masterful as always.
Cressida Cowell: The way she brings the HTTYD world to life is just wonderful. The characters are funny and easy to love. I can't wait to see them grow up as I continue reading the series.
Liliana Bodoc: I've never seen someone be as passionate in their narration as she is. The worldbuilding is flawless and I feel like I'm inside the world. The pages go by quickly and you never feel like you're being talked down to or going through tons of exposition.
The LittleBigPlanet franchise: From 1 through 3 and even LBP Karting. Though I felt like LBP3 was a slight decrease in quality and overall LBP-ish energy, I could never say I hate a thing about any of these games. Cheerful, creative and unique, LBP is a franchise that will always give you something to do, whether it be collecting every prize bubble in story mode, or just creating more levels.
Dreamworks Dragons: Wild Skies: In my opinion, the best HTTYD game. It's from 2012, but the graphics are still a sight to behold (even if the animation could use some work). I love how they built the world; it's fun to just fly around the map even if I'm not completing any challenges whatsoever. Recently, hictooth released the game on github for everyone to download and enjoy.