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Monster, no. Savvy businessman, indeed.
— Viggo's reaction to being called "monster"

Viggo Grimborn is a member of Verity's gang. He's one of the newest members, and is a villain from the show Race to the Edge. He is an antagonist in the gang show. Viggo is in two ships - shipped with Hiccup (in a crackship) and Salem.


Viggo wears a black tunic with red scales on his shoulders and around his waist. He also has spiked shoulder pads and a silver belt buckle with Dragon Hunters' tribal crest on it, and black wrist guards. He has a sword sheathed on his back as well.

Viggo had short, black hair and brown eyes. He also sported a goatee. Viggo has three scars on the left side of his neck, which are presumably from a dragon.


Viggo presents himself as a gentleman with honor, but this is simply an act to mask his ruthlessness and greed.

Viggo admits that he has no interest in conquest or vengeance, and many a time, he won't harm people unless they directly oppose him and fight against him.

Viggo is cunning and smart, always trying to be one step ahead of his opponents. Hiccup states that Viggo sees many things as a game, and most of the time, plays with his opponents for his own entertainment. As such, he views his men and allies as game pieces, and also has a "no one is irreplacable' view of the world.



Appearances in Fanfics

It's My World Now

Viggo is the second gang member to appear in this, striking conversation up with Jellal Fernandes about his plans. The two briefly discuss this, as Jellal states which gang members have agreed to help him out and what he's planning to do about those who may oppose him. At Jellal's meeting to tell the rest of the gang about the plans, Viggo backs him up by assuring everyone that no one will be hurt by the plans and that they have everything under control.

About a month later, the gang is summoned by the Admins to catch a rogue magic user, something Viggo identifies as a test of trust. He is teamed up with Laxus, Lucina, Brandish and Tyrian, the former three suspecting him of manipulating Jellal into creating these plans.

At Verity's MB-Day party, Viggo and Jellal are seen discussing something privately by Midnight, though he doesn't know what they're talking about. When Ayden, who had disappeared for days, suddenly appears in the middle of the party, Viggo and Jellal question him and remain cynical about what he's saying.

Once the party is over, Viggo attempts to help Jellal reason with Midnight to stop him from going out and hunting Ayden down, though the two wizards tell him to stay out of the conversation (much to his annoyance).

A week later, when Jellal goes out to search for the now-missing Midnight, Viggo defends him against questioning from other gang members who are unsure of why Jellal would go out alone in a storm. He later goes off with Invel, to discuss something away from the ears of the gang. Invel questions him on his goals, wondering if he seeks control of the gang, and Viggo vaguely states he wants freedom from the MB. Invel doesn't push about this, and instead warns Viggo against being so mysterious, stating that several gang members suspect he is behind Jellal's behavior. Viggo nonchalantly replies that Jellal's actions are his own.


  • He's by far the most villainous out of the gang members. Even though there are other evil people in the gang, their motives are clear and they don't seek to harm the gang or MB. Viggo's motives are unclear, as he still manipulates and deceives those around him.
Verity's GangVerse
Main Series It's My World Now
Gang Members Jellal FernandesMirajane StraussLaxus DreyarAydenMidnightMeredyMard Geer Tartaros
Brandish μIrene BelserionInvel YuraTyrian CallowsHiccup HaddockViggo Grimborn
Dagur the DerangedPrincess ZeldaMidnaLucinaPeridotPrincess CelestiaQrow Branwen
Future Travellers Azar HalphasSenka Halphas
Others Verity Evermore