Dagur the Deranged

Dagur with bow - School of DragonsWith a shout mighty enough to pierce Asgard, Dagur has charged into Berk! Once known as “Dagur the Deranged,” this unstoppable force was an infamous (and perhaps slightly mad) enemy of the Vikings of Berk. While he and the heroes of Berk may have clashed swords in the past, he eventually joined forces with them. He is Heather’s brother, Mala’s husband, an ally of Berk, and trainer to the formidable Triple Stryke, Sleuther.

Dagur has proven himself to be a great ally to the Vikings of Berk, standing up against all those who would dare challenge their might. He is willing to go head-to-head with the some of the toughest adversaries, from rampaging Triple Strykes to scheming pirate queens to nearly indestructible ships. Oftentimes, he is just as insane and determined as his enemies, making him a nearly unstoppable force. He and Sleuther can often be seen charging into battle with a valiant war cry and an ax at the ready.

You can find Dagur hanging out with the other Vikings of Berk over at Dragon’s Edge. He keeps an eye open for danger, especially for foes such as Nikora Stormheart. With his blue face tattoos and red hair as untamed as his spirit, Dagur is easy to find in any crowd. As a Berserker, he’s eager for the glory of battle and the honor that comes with defeating a worthy opponent. Of course, Dagur doesn’t mind a little help now and then, so grab your axes, hop on your dragon, and go berserk with this wild Berserker!

Dagur the Deranged - School of DragonsI found Dagur at Dragon’s Edge today. Yesterday, he was like a ghost, someone my fellow students and I would talk about in between classes and racing sessions, but unseen. We knew he was Heather’s brother, and that he was a Berserker who once considered the Hairy Hooligans to be his enemies. Now though, he considers Hiccup, Toothless, and the other Riders of Berk to be his comrades-in-arms. He may have helped put a stop to the rampaging Triple Stryke the other day, but it seems like he is going to be in Dragon’s Edge for a while. It must have to do with the rumors of a mysterious pirate queen roaming about the archipelago. I hope these sightings and whispers will not lead to war, but if they do, I must admit that I long to taste the glory of the battlefield beside the famed Berserker Chief, Dagur the Deranged.

          - - From the Diary of Magna Heartaxe