And first as to the Note of identity of type. I have said above, that, whereas all great ideas are found, as time goes on, to involve much which was not seen at first to belong to them, and have developments, that is enlargements, applications, uses and fortunes, very various, one security against error and perversion in the process is the maintenance of the original type, which the idea presented to the world at its origin, amid and through all its apparent changes and vicissitudes from first to last. How does this apply to Christianity?
Chapter Text Days became weeks after Hiccup left Astrid the drawings, and in that time he saw very little of her. They were both consumed with dragon practice.
The dragons who were nearly grown were ready to be taught basic commands for flight training. This year, though, they were being led into a new pre-training program that Astrid and Fishlegs had designed. Hiccup, Astrid, Fishlegs, Snotlout, Ruffnut and Tuffnut each took a small group of dragons, all different breeds, The simple gift chapter 6 to various places in Berk, then to smaller islands offshore.
Each group worked independently, because the young dragons were far too easily distracted in larger groups. It was very basic training - commands, rewards, and then new commands, with the teens and the adult dragons working together to try and control the chaos.
The training schedule kept them all busy from sunup to sundown, and though the days were getting shorter, they were still long enough that Hiccup fell into bed and into a deep sleep almost immediately.
After a few weeks of the new program, Hiccup could see the difference. The young dragons understood the rules, they grasped the commands, and they were as eager to please the adult dragon watching them as they were to please whichever viking had fish to offer as a reward.
Finally, the young dragon class entered regular training, and Hiccup went back to the forge to help Gobber. One late afternoon, when the sunlight sliced through the forge in angled blades, Hiccup was finishing up a design at his desk when he heard someone come into the forge.
The forge was too crowded with tools and equipment for anyone to move about without making noise or running into something. He slid off his low stool, and silently moved along the wall to peek through the doorway into the main work area. He expected to see Tuffnut, or maybe one of the younger kids, sneaking in to take something or to scare him, but to his shock, it was Astrid.
She was standing in the middle of the room by the fire pit, her head tilted, listening to see if anyone else was in the forge. Once she figured she was alone, she moved toward the wall of equipment they used for working with softened metal.
Hiccup watched from his hiding place as she picked up various tools, hefted them in one hand while holding her axe in the other, then put them down, one after another.
What was she looking for? And tried not to feel guilty about it. He watched her braid swing over her shoulder as she lifted a pair of tongs, and noticed her frown as she roamed around the forge.
She picked up a hammer, and then a larger mallet, held them alongside her axe, then put the tools down. She looked the same, as strong, beautiful, and fierce as ever.
What was she trying to do? When she came back into the forge, she had four large swords across her arms. After dumping them on the table with a loud crash, she froze.
When no one came to see what was going on, she relaxed, and started lifting them up like she had the forge equipment, one after the other, always with her axe in her other hand.
Some were too large for her to lift one-handed, and others were simply too long for someone of her height to wield easily. It looked like she was comparing the weight. This was enormously puzzling to Hiccup.
She had to know that. Why was she comparing them to her axe?
Hiccup watched as she made a few more trips into the storage area, trying spears, crossbows, a set of old metal spears, more swords, and at one point, the shovel they used for cleaning the fire pit.
Watching her go through most of their tools one by one, Hiccup thought about the weapons Astrid trained with, and why she might be looking for something bigger. She had a bow and arrows, a sword, a smaller sword, a spear made of lethally sharpened wood that was perfect for tossing, and her aim with all of them was legendary.
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