Dragonair AG anime


Dragonair (ドラゴネア, Doragonea) is a Dragon-type Dragon Pokémon that is known to be the evolved form of Dratini starting at level 7 than evolves into Dragonite at level 55.


Voice actor: Megumi Hayashibara (both English and Japanese)

Dragonair is a long, serpentine Pokémon covered in blue scales along its back and a bright white underside. Its violet eyes are dark and glossy. It has a smooth, rounded snout and a small horn in the middle of its forehead. Its head is flanked by two stylized wings, each white and curving into a swirl. It has distinct blue orbs on its lower neck and near the tip of its tail. Its height is 13'01" and weight is 36.4 lbs.

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Special abilitiesEdit

Dragonair emits a distinct, gentle aura that can be felt by humans. As seen in the anime, it is able to make its wings grow to large sizes in order to fly; it otherwise moves through the air unaided.


Dragonair hosts a large amount of energy within its body, which it can discharge through the orbs on its neck and tail, allowing it to change the weather. Dragonair's entire body emits light whenever it affects the weather.


Dragonair is a rare Pokémon that inhabits lakes.


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Major appearancesEdit

Clair's DragonairEdit

Clair's Dratini evolved into a Dragonair in Beauty is Skin Deep.


In On Olden Pond, a Dragonair was living in a lake that Mr. Saridakis once planned to build a luxury resort on.

Minor appearancesEdit

A Dragonair appeared in Team Rocket's fantasy in Imitation Confrontation.

Dragonair made its first debut in Dueling Heroes.

Dragonair briefly made its worldwide debut in Pikachu's Rescue Adventure, flying around the rainbow after the storm.

Pokédex entryEdit

Dragonair, Dragon Pokémon. The evolved form of Dratini. Dragonair has the ability to manipulate the elements as it wishes and can make rain or snow fall at its will. It can even fly without wings.


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