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Typhoomerang is still incomplete. Please remove the checklist upon completing all the tasks.


  1. Make sure to add the Infobox and the Tabbers template with the respective Sections (Main Page, Combat Stats, Color Guide and Gallery).
    • If the Dragon has Skins, add the Skins Section.
  2. Add all required categories to article:
    • Dragons
      • If the Dragon comes from another game, add [Game Name] Dragons
      • If the Dragon comes from the Books or TV Series, add Book Dragons or TV Series Dragons
      • If the Dragon is a original creation from SoD, add Original Dragons
      • If it has a Variant, add Dragons with Variant
      • If it's a Hybrid, add Hybrid Dragons
    • [Respective Class Name] Class
    • Respective Dragon Gallery Module
    • The categories that correspond to the two skills the Dragon has
    • If the Dragon is trainable, add Trainable dragon, if not, add Non-Trainable Dragons
    • If the Dragon can be used in Dragon Tactics, add Combat Dragon
  3. The Infobox must be from an Announcement Ad, if there isn't any of said Dragon, a replacement will be done by the Admins.
    • If the Dragon has a special Skin or/and a Titan, add the Titan/Skin picture also from the Announcement Ad to the Infobox by using a Gallery template in the Image section.
  4. Fill the Infobox with the respective information and Stats, if the Dragon is unavailable for training, add "N/A" to the Stats section.
  5. The Sypnosis must include the Dragon Name, Class, Release Date, Store Price and, if it has a Titan Stage, add the Titan Release.
  6. The Description must include a sheet of their description from the How To Train Your Dragon wiki or if the Announcement Ad includes any, the description SoD gave to the Dragon upon release.
    • If the Dragon has a Variant Sub-species, a Comparison between both Variants should be written;
    • If the Dragon was met with controversy, write an unbiased and sourcered description of the context of the controversy before, during and after it erupted. A Reference section is required as it's where all the sources' links will be placed;
  7. If the Dragon has appeared in any Quest, add an "In Quest" Section with the corresponding Quest and if from an Expansion/Event, the corresponding Expansion/Event and describe the context of the Dragon's purpose in it.
  8. Trivia, History and Glitches are technically optional but can be added if the Dragon presents Facts regarding other factors (like being able to eat Eels), updates of the Model and Animation, or glitches with the model respectively.


  1. Upload all required files according to How to Contribute/Dragon pages standards:
    • Hatching (Before Hatching, Default Colors, After Hatching);
    • Baby (Stand, Idle, Sit, Sit Idle, Sleep 1 and Sleep 2);
    • Adult (Stand, Idle, Sit, Sit Idle, Sleep 1, Sleep 2, Swim 1, Swim 2, Fire 1, Fire Speed, Detail Pictures, Hover, Fly, Glide and Brake)
  2. If the Dragon has a Titan, gather the same pictures as the Adult along with a Comparison Pictures.
  3. For the Bioluminiscent Patterns, make sure to follow the Image Standards of said section;
  4. If the Dragons have Skins, make sure to follow both the Image Standards and the Dragon Skins Standards.
  5. If there are other instances of the Dragon Specie in Quests, Expansions, ect. You should gather some pictures of said wild Dragon/s.


  1. Add all Racing stats: Max. Speed, Pitch Rate, Turn Rate and Acceleration.
  2. Add all Battle stats:
    • Visible stats:
      • Firepower
      • Shot Limit
      • Base Damage
      • Max. Health (Lvl. 50)
    • Hidden Stats (Exclusively done by Admins):
      • Fire Range
      • Critical Hit Chance
      • Cooldown
      • Recharge
  3. Add all Combat stats: Attackpower, Firepower, Movement, Critical Change, Healpower, Defense/Dodge and Health
    • Add the Combat Table to the Combat Stats sections and fill it from Level 1 to Level 50.

Additional Information

  1. Add the Dragon to the relevant Stable Missions according to its Stats, mainly Skill and Class;
  2. Add the Dragon to Stable Missions/Skill by Dragon list;
  3. Add the Dragon to Stat Comparison list, which each stat in the respective Tabview Page (Average calculation is done by the Admins);
  4. Add the Dragon to Dragon Tactics/Actions list;
  5. Add the Dragon to Dragonbox and to TDragonbox if it has a Titan;
  6. Add the Dragon to Chronological Dragon Release List;
Notes: currently unavailable for DT

The Typhoomerang is a Stoker Class dragon released on September 12th, 2014. They can be purchased for 750 gems (600 for members) from the store.

On April 13th, 2020, the Typhoomerang received a price adjustment and was reduced to 500 Gems (400 for members).


From the How to Train Your Dragon Wiki:

"Typhoomerangs have a unique ability during flight: they rotate (by analogy with the typhoon/boomerang) at high speeds, zooming through the air. Though, as they rotate, they seem to pop off the objects around them, making them extremely dangerous. Ash leaves a distinctive burn on the ground. The ash apparently acts as a fertilizer; flowers will grow in the burn mark afterwards
"Typhoomerangs are high strung, hot headed and passionate dragons, and they can be extremely dangerous, or becoming over-dramatic attention hogs. Their flame spirals can be used as a territory marker, or as a mating display. Like all dragons, Typhoomerangs are extremely protective of their young.
"Despite their large size, Typhoomerangs are shown to be very fast fliers, being the third fastest fliers in the dragon world. However, they are not very agile, as their size makes it hard for them to dive, stop, or change directions. It is also revealed that in addition to its supplementary or defensive objectives, a Typhoomerang's 'flame spiral' can also be adapted for offensive usages: it can ignite its body in a manner similar to that of the Monstrous Nightmare. Its attack power is enhanced further by using the spiraling technique, which turns the dragon into a fierce, flaming drill missile. Moreover, it can use this to go faster in flight, which is demonstrated when it spins around in order to fly."

For more information on the Typhoomerang, visit here.


  • Unlike other dragons, Typhoomerangs are the first dragons that can eat Eels, the other being the Death Song and Slithersong;
  • Just like the Hotburple and the Scauldron, The War Paint does not replace the Hero Skin with the customized skin.

Level Attack Power Fire Power Healing Power Health
1 6 8 6 160
2 12 16 12 220
3 18 24 18 280
4 24 32 24 340
5 30 41 30 400
6 36 49 36 460
7 42 57 42 520
8 48 65 48 580
9 54 73 54 640
10 60 81 60 700
11 66 89 66 760
12 72 97 72 820
13 78 105 78 880
14 84 113 84 940
15 90 122 90 1000
16 96 130 96 1060
17 102 138 102 1120
18 108 146 108 1180
19 114 154 114 1240
20 120 162 120 1300
21 126 170 126 1360
22 132 178 132 1420
23 138 186 138 1480
24 144 194 144 1540
25 150 203 150 1600
26 156 211 156 1660
27 162 219 162 1720
28 168 227 168 1780
29 174 235 174 1840
30 180 243 180 1900
31 186 251 186 1960
32 192 259 192 2020
33 198 267 198 2080
34 204 275 204 2140
35 210 284 210 2200
36 216 292 216 2260
37 222 300 222 2320
38 228 308 228 2380
39 234 316 234 2440
40 240 324 240 2500
41 246 332 246 2560
42 252 340 252 2620
43 258 348 258 2680
44 264 356 264 2740
45 270 365 270 2800
46 276 373 276 2860
47 282 381 282 2920
48 288 389 288 2980
49 294 397 294 3040
50 300 405 300 3100

Broad icon Hatchling and AdulthoodEdit

The hidden world icon Bioluminescent PatternsEdit

War PaintEdit

Boulder class Boulder Boulder class
Catastrophic Quaken icon
Catastrophic Quaken
Crimson Goregutter icon
Crimson Goregutter
Eruptodon icon
Grapple Grounder icon
Grapple Grounder
Groncicle icon
Gronckle icon
Hotburple icon
Screaming Death icon
Screaming Death
Sentinel icon
Elder Sentinel icon
Elder Sentinel
Shovelhelm icon
Snafflefang icon
Thunderpede icon
Whispering Death icon
Whispering Death
Mystery class Mystery Mystery class
Armor Wing icon
Armor Wing
Boneknapper icon
Buffalord icon
Changewing icon
Death Song icon
Death Song
Dramillion icon
Dreadstrider icon
Flightmare icon
Hideous Zippleback icon
Hideous Zippleback
Hobgobbler icon
Smitten Hobgobbler icon
Smitten Hobgobbler
Slithersong icon
Smothering Smokebreath icon
Smothering Smokebreath
Snaptrapper icon
Sweet Death icon
Sweet Death
Sharp class Sharp Sharp class
Devilish Dervish icon
Devilish Dervish
Grim Gnasher icon
Grim Gnasher
Prickleboggle icon
Raincutter icon
Razorwhip icon
Scuttleclaw icon
Shivertooth icon
Speed Stinger icon
Speed Stinger
Stormcutter icon
Timberjack icon
Stoker class Stoker Stoker class
Fireworm Queen icon
Fireworm Queen
Flame Whipper icon
Flame Whipper
Green Death icon
Green Death
Hobblegrunt icon
Moldruffle icon
Monstrous Nightmare icon
Monstrous Nightmare
Night Terror icon
Night Terror
Fire Terror icon
Fire Terror
Silver Phantom icon
Silver Phantom
Singetail icon
Terrible Terror icon
Terrible Terror
Typhoomerang icon
Strike class Strike Strike class
Deathgripper icon
Light Fury icon
Light Fury
Night Fury icon
Night Fury
Night Light icon
Night Light
Skrill icon
Skrillknapper icon
Snow Wraith icon
Snow Wraith
Triple Stryke icon
Triple Stryke
Woolly Howl icon
Woolly Howl
Night Lights: Dart icon
Ruffrunner icon
Pouncer icon
Tidal class Tidal Tidal class
Luminous Krayfin icon
Luminous Krayfin
Sand Wraith icon
Sand Wraith
Scauldron icon
Seashocker icon
Shockjaw icon
Sliquifier icon
Thunderdrum icon
Tide Glider icon
Tide Glider
Windwalker icon
Tracker class Tracker Tracker class
Deadly Nadder icon
Deadly Nadder
Mudraker icon
Rumblehorn icon
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