Phlegma: "I love getting my hands dirty and coming face to face with science. Today's topic: wild dragons! You may think you know everything about the dragons you've trained, but remember that dragons have natural instincts that help them survive in their habitat. To complete this assignment, you need to find Fishlegs at Berk."
1- Talk to Fishlegs at Berk
Fishlegs: "[Your Viking's Name]! Isn't it exciting? I love the opportunity to help Phlegma teach her class. She thought my dragon expertise made me perfectly suited to explain about social predators and cooperative hunting!
2- Dip in the water under the waterfall
Fishlegs: "Now you're ready to go on a Scauldron Safari!
3- Find Mulch out at sea near Berk
Fishlegs: "Oh no! Mulch is in trouble from those two Scauldrons! We need to help him out!"
Mulch: "Don't worry! I'm covered with sea water so they don't want to eat me ... but they might steal all the fish I've managed to catch. Good for the dragons but terrible for Berk Vikings! Can you pick these barrels up before the Scauldrons eat them all?"
4- grab the 2 buckets of fish by Mulch (0/2)
Mulch: "There: I've spilled out a barrel of fish overboard. Now we have enough fish for man and dragon!"
Fishlegs: "The Scauldrons work together in a pod, a social group of marine animals like whales, to find its food. Did you see how the two dragons hunted together from different directions? The Scauldrons are more successful at finding food while working together. This is called cooperative hunting!
5- Follow the Scauldrons
Fishlegs: "Cute little baby Scauldrons! Awww! These babies travel with the adults, eating the food that they find and learning the behaviors that a successful wild Scauldron needs to survive.
6- Give the barrels of fish to Bucket
Bucket: "You're not Mulch! Is this today's haul for Berk or is it your fish? I'm so confused."
Phlegma: "How is the lesson going? Come talk to me by the docks."
7- Talk to the Botanist by the docks
Phlegma: "Fishlegs told me that you were an excellent student. Good! I expect great things from a strong Viking like you, [Your Viking's Name].