Night Furies are classified as members of the Strike Class. They have the ability to “dive bomb,” meaning that they can plummet from great heights, gaining speed as they continue downwards, then shoot a “plasma blast” at their target.
The Night Fury is a medium-sized Strike Class dragon that first appeared in How to Train Your Dragon.
The Light Fury is a medium-sized Strike Class dragon and a close relative of the Night Fury that first appeared in How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World.
Night furies are the only other species of dragon that can assume the title of "Alpha", aside from Bewilderbeasts, but unlike the Bewilderbeasts, they are unable to force a dragon to do there will.
There are no additional night furies in HTTYD3. There's a "light fury" but she's not the same species as Toothless.
Bewilderbeast. The Bewilderbeast is the biggest breed of dragon, and also one of the rarest. They have the ability to commune with other dragons and to control them.
[How To Train Your Dragon] Toothless was already an Alpha in the second movie. Toothless, in the second movie, successfully challenges the 'Alpha' dragon, who's supposed to be able to control any of his kind.
Toothless is not a Titan Wing. Instead, what you see in Dragons 2 is his Dominance Display. In the book To Berk and Beyond!, written by Richard Hamilton producer of the shows and co-author of graphic novels, it is revealed that every dragon is capable of entering this state when challenging an Alpha.
He is extremely protective of his Viking soul mate, and will stop at nothing to guard him from all harm. As the last known specimen of the Night Fury species, Toothless is indisputably special. He commands respect from dragons and humans alike.
The male and female Light Furies look the same, but males are bigger and a bit bulkier. The shape of its tail and ears look off because they are in motion. Technically, in the HTTYD world, there is no real physical difference between males and females except maybe for males being a bit bulkier like Thorndrum said.
The seven classes are Boulder, Mystery, Sharp, Stoker, Strike, Tidal and Tracker. As mentioned in the exclusive short, Book of Dragons, and in "We Are Family, Part 2", Gobber's great-great-great-grandfather, Bork the Bold, was the first to categorize dragons into different classes.
The Night Lights are the offspring of Toothless and the Light Fury. They live in the Hidden World and share some abilities of their parents.
9 There Are No Female Night Furies
The Light Fury is not simply a female version of what Toothless is. This is confusing given how her shape so closely mirrors Toothless'. But the best way that you can tell that their species are entirely different is in the appearance of their children.
Toothless is a 30-year old male Night Fury appearing in the How To Train Your Dragon franchise. The last known Night Fury in existence, Toothless was the dragon mount and best friend of Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III and the king of the dragons on Berk.
The Light Fury was never given a name in the film. It's strange to think of the couple as Toothless and “just The Light Fury”.
The Dramillion is a medium-sized Mystery Class dragon that first appeared in Dragons: Race to the Edge.
Titan Wing Screaming Deaths are larger, with more spines on their bodies. They have red stripes on their wings and gray backs. They also have more teeth and a grayish face.
The Changewing is a medium-sized Mystery Class dragon that was first mentioned in How to Train Your Dragon and first appeared in Book of Dragons.
Titan Dragons are Legendary Dragons with a unique Skill, the Titan Shield. Dragons with this Skill are always depicted with a blue fireball icon. Titan Dragons are described as "guardians and protectors of the core elements."
Drago's Bewilderbeast is found by the Dragonroot Company, a group seeking to take advantage of the dragon trade left by the dwindling numbers of Dragon Hunters. They have a special Dragon Root concoction and poison him with it.
It's unlikely that there will be a fourth film in the How to Train Your Dragon franchise. As reported by Collider, the film's director, Dean DeBlois, stated that spinoffs would be possible but a fourth film is pretty much off the cards.
The Night Fury is very good at keeping hidden in most situations, it's faster than the Skrill, and technically while it's larger than the Skrill (according to the stats), it is shown to be smaller, so it could dodge attacks from the electrical dragon, and plus, Toothless won against the Skrill with Hiccup - and ...