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Johann
Topic Started: 03 Oct 2017, 19:24 (2430 Views)
Luna G. Hofferson
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Aphmau is the best!

Sucks to be Johann!
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hictooth
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Failed Archivist of Berk

I was wondering what others here though about the fact that the quote "Traitor always dies in the end" is used in RttE, do you think this applies to Johan? Do you think he'll die in the next season?

Personally I can't see it happening, just because I'm sure he'll worm his way out of it and because of the intended audience of the show.
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Luna G. Hofferson
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Aphmau is the best!

I kinda mentioned that before.....but everyone kinda ignored it..... :'(
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Ocean Rose
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I'm not sure if he's going to die. But maybe? I don't know. Would the writers really get rid of him? Then again, they did make him evil.
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Tuffnut'sChicken
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B-BAWK!

I'd say there's a decent chance that he'll die, but not necessarily. I'm not overly concerned about Viggo's statement that "the traitor always dies." After all, we've seen more than one character switch sides and they are still happily alive. Viggo may be cunning, but he doesn't know everything.

Johann might be killed off because they want to wrap up all the loose ends quickly. It would be an effective way to end everything. Plus, if he's killed off-screen like the other human deaths in RTTE, it wouldn't affect the ratings.

That said, I'd prefer that they did something other than killing him off. Killing a character you need to deal with is an easy route to take, but there can be better ways to deal with it.
To ramble on about that...
I think it'd be neat if the dragon riders stumbled across Johann's boat, adrift at sea. Johann was gone, as were his personal items. Upon investigation, they found his letters detailing his plans, and only then realized that he was a spy. However, it was too late and they didn't know where he went.

Whether he dies, disappears, or is captured, once the dragon riders discover that he's a spy, that could lead to an episode or even a story arc where they are having trouble trusting each other.

It could also be interesting if they never find out. After all, there might be many people in life who are out to hurt us, but we go blissfully unaware. I don't think they will go that direction, but it could be neat.
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In the last one or two episodes when Johann and Heather go out to find Oswald, I honestly thought that they would, towards the end, reveal that Johann is her father. That sounds weird, but would make no less sense than Johann being evil.
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Submaripper
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I don't think "The traitor always dies" apples to Johann because, I mean Ryker is dead. I think it applied to Ryker because he did really betray Viggo in a sense. Yet Viggo also betrayed the riders when he threatened Astrid for the dragon eye. :blink: what did I just do. I am confused now. :(
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Skyshear
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I would say we've been looking away from the obvious signs such when he unknowingly brought the smokebreaths to Berk and not to mention if he knew dagur would steal his ship. Plus the timing of the Dragon Hunters first attack on Berk when he came under attack by Scardian and his pack. It might have been obvious that he allowed himself to came under attack by the dragons to make it look good. Who knows what else we've missed since this revelation and want to discover how many things that made him look like a fool but was for some nefarious reason like when he gave mildew the Blue Oleander flowers.
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