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A Hero's reward
"No hoggin' the hero Rapunzel!" Gobber exclaimed, he sure knew how to kill a good moment. The two of them were pulled to their feet by the blacksmith and each got a pint of mead.
"I propose a toast" Stoick's voice boomed through the hall, "To Hiccup and Rapunzel, who had the eyes to see the hidden truth, and brought peace to the Island of Berk" Stoick then turned to the two teens. "I want to apologize to you two, both of you had great heart's and spirits that I was to blind to see, so I'm sorry"
"There's no need to Chief" Rapunzel said with a smile.
"All that matters is that we have a future to look forward to" Hiccup said as he opened his arms up and gave his father a hug. Stoick was a little taken back at first but gladly returned the gesture; Rapunzel couldn't help but let her smile increase.
Stoick gruffed a little and stood back, Viking men still weren't that open to mushy gestures no matter what, "To the Dragon Hero's!"
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