|“||Dragonite is capable of circling the globe in just 16 hours. It is a kindhearted Pokémon that leads lost and foundering ships in a storm to the safety of land.||„|
|~ Dragonite's Pokedex entry in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire|
Dragonite is a "pseudo-legendary" Dragon and Flying-type Pokémon from the first generation, and one of the strongest Pokémon of its time. It evolves from Dratini at level 30, and evolves from Dragonair at 55.
Powers and Stats
Tier: High 6-C
Classification: Dragon Pokémon
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Air Manipulation, Electricity Manipulation, Fire Manipulation, Durability Negation, Flight, Energy Manipulation, Ice Manipulation, Elemental Manipulation, Statistics Amplification, Water Manipulation, Forcefield Creation, Earth Manipulation, Metal Manipulation, Immunity to flinching and Earth Manipulation (Within reason. Attacks far surpassing the threshold of normal Pokémon should be able to bypass this), Resistance to Fighting, Fire, Water, and Grass-type Attacks, Takes half damage from the first attack it receives while in peak condition, Berserk Mode, more with Egg Moves
Attack Potency: Large Island level+ (Comparable to Pokémon of this stage, if not stronger. Is consistently portrayed as a match for Charizard, if not more than one). Dragon Rage ignores durability to an extent (Always does a set amount of damage, no matter how strong or weak the opponent is)
Lifting Strength: Unknown
Striking Strength: Large Island level+
Durability: Large Island level+ (Can take attacks from others of its species)
Stamina: High (Is a common Elite Four Pokémon)
Range: Several kilometers with beam attacks. Otherwise, extended melee range due to size.
Standard Equipment: Bitter Berry. Occasionally a Dragon Scale to boost Dragon-Type attacks.
Intelligence: At least comparable to humans (Consciously rescues drowning people despite being a wild animal for the most part. Seems to understand human speech and is generally considered smart for a Pokémon in the Pokédex.)
- Inner Focus: Dragonite is able to resist the stunning and flinching effects of its foes through sheer force of will.
- Multiscale: Dragonite's many layers of scales offer it additional protection at the start of a fight, halving the damage taken from attack when it is in peak condition. This ability can be reactivated if Dragonite manages to restore itself back to peak condition through recovery moves like Roost.
- Agility: Dragonite uses psionic energy to greatly increase its speed.
- Aqua Tail: Dragonite swings its tail as if it were raging wave, slamming the target with a burst of water.
- Dragon Dance: Dragonite performs a mystic, powerful dance that raises its attack power and speed.
- Dragon Rage: Dragonite gathers energy in its mouth and unleashes it as a large sphere that detonates on impact.
- Dragon Rush: Dragonite rushes forward to ram its opponent with draconic energy, potentially stunning the target in the process.
- Dragon Tail: Dragonite attacks a foe with its tail.
- Fire Punch: Dragonite wreathes its fist in flame before punching the target.
- Hurricane: Dragonite generate a hurricane with a flap of its wings.
- Hyper Beam: Dragonite unleashes a tremendously powerful beam of energy from its maw, but is forced to rest and recharge for a period afterward, rendering it unable to use any of its other moves. However, Dragonites (along with other Pseudos) have been shown to spam this move without the need for recharge.
- Outrage: Dragonite goes on a rampage, randomly attacking all foes in sight with massive draconic damage. However, it will be confused after this attack reaches completion.
- Roost: Dragonite lands and rests to rapidly heal its wounds.
- Safeguard: Dragonite produces a barrier that nullifies status effects used against it or its allies.
- Thunder Punch: Dragonite coats its fist in electricity before punching the target.
- Thunder Wave: Dragonite emits a burst of electricity that paralyzes the target's muscles, making it difficult for them to fight back.
For a list of all of Dragonite's moves, see here (Note that for standard purposes, only Level-Up and Egg Moves are taken into account)