School of Dragons at San Diego Comic Con 2013!

As thousands of you marked the opening of School of Dragons by logging-in to your accounts to begin this epic journey, a number of you took it a step further to join us at San Diego Comic Con! This once a year event brings together fans from across the globe to learn about the latest news in comic related films, animation, television, and gaming! Not to mention, it is where we officially celebrated our the launch of School of Dragons. For those of you who couldn’t make it to SDCC this year, here are a few highlights from the event that we wouldn’t want you to miss out on!


Stationed at Booth 5566, our team met with thousands of would be Vikings to introduce the game and give out a few amazing prizes to lucky visitors. To help kick off the official start of classes at School of Dragons, Dean DeBlois, director of How to Train Your Dragon 2, even stopped by to demo our new online game!


During the event, School of Dragons’ fans were also invited to enjoy a live show by a larger than life Deadly Nadder, which was flown in to walk the streets of San Diego and take photos with fans, including JumpStart’s CEO, David Lord. Taking the convention by storm, this winged creature was a hit among fans of all ages!

Mike and the Vikings

Back at the booth, new players were gifted complimentary Viking helmets, and fun School of Dragons paper crafts while meeting with our very own Viking pals, Astrid and Tuffnut! Were any of you there for all the exciting moments in the School of Dragons launch at San Diego Comic Con? Let us know what you enjoyed most about our arrival to Comic Con! To view a full album of our exploits at SDCC, head over to the School of Dragons Facebook, today.

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