Shiny Dragapult

Stealth Pokémon
When it isn't battling, it keeps Dreepy in the holes on its horns. Once a fight starts, it launches the Dreepy like supersonic missiles.

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29 people rated this shiny Pokémon
  • WooperTrooper92308
    senior31 May 2024

    "BRAVO:6 GOING DARK"

  • Anonymous
    guest29 May 2024

    yipee the babies change too! must be so rare for 3 shinies in one....

  • Pigeon
    guest24 May 2024

    The yellow looks really cool and makes a very unique color palette!! The dreepies being shiny makes my heart happy <33 too cute

  • cementaddiction
    beginner21 May 2024

    bro always lookin like he waiting for his nails to dry and he just got a new color

  • wijher
    talented18 May 2024

    I definitely like the neon yellow better than the red, I feel like it just goes better with the blue and the pokemon design generally. Not my favor... read more

  • Anonymous
    guest14 May 2024

    Overrated

  • Shiny Mega Gengar Fan
    guest13 May 2024

    Ok it's just red to yellow but something about this shiny feels special. This is my favorite gen 8 shiny

  • Bubbabro999
    senior1 May 2024

    I actually really like the bright yellowish green. It fits the gradient blue and it just appeals to me for some strange reason. But yeah, great shi... read more

  • Anonymous
    guest30 April 2024

    I hate neon colours but like dragapult slays in neon

  • Olibakler
    guest29 April 2024

    He the dad of the eepy

  • no
    guest25 April 2024

    usually neon is bad but Dragapult rocks it

  • epyongunpla
    expert21 April 2024

    she makes it work

  • Anonymous
    guest18 April 2024

    Good sine

  • Anonymous
    guest16 April 2024

    The red to yellow looks so good. Not to mention the dreepy change colour too.

More information

Shiny Dragapult

The shiny version of Dragapult in Pokémon GO was released on UNRELEASED.
Dragapult was originally discovered in the Galar region. The main colors of shiny Dragapult are blue, and gray. The typing of this Pokémon is dragon and ghost. The pokédex number of Dragapult is #887. In the dex they call Dragapult the Stealth Pokémon.

When it isn't battling, it keeps Dreepy in the holes on its horns. Once a fight starts, it launches the Dreepy like supersonic missiles.

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