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Oh no worries sweetie!! I loved getting this ask and English isn’t my first language either ;)
Yes, I do think that Stoick was that closed-minded on the first movie because he had been personally hurt by the dragons. They took away his wife, Hiccup’s mother, and so for that very same son of his to side with them…
It’s understandable that he felt betrayed. We don’t know if Hiccup knew of his mother’s disappearance’s story. It doesn’t show in his bonding with dragons, at least. We don’t see him guilty over betraying his MOTHER, specifically. But still.
Yes I think the scene holds more meaning now that we’ve seen the second movie :)