Shiny Dragonair

Dragon Pokémon
Dragonair stores an enormous amount of energy inside its body. It is said to alter weather conditions in its vicinity by discharging energy from the crystals on its neck and tail.

# 148

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119 people rated this shiny Pokémon
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  • Anonymous
    guest17 July 2024


  • nylarac
    talented16 July 2024

    the pink and orange are distinct from the original colors and also look nice together <3

  • Anonymous
    guest16 July 2024

    i wish i was as cool as her

  • Ameowphous
    expert11 July 2024

    the gold with the pink? ohhh she served so hard

  • Fenrir
    guest8 July 2024

    Absolutely perfect, only shame is that it turns into derpy dragon after this.

  • spartant117
    expert29 June 2024

    imo orbs/gem things should've been red, but it's not horrible.

  • Pug robot 20
    senior29 June 2024

    why yes I do love the orange

  • improbabilitydr
    trainer28 June 2024

    Prefer this over shiny Dragonite. Don't even think about evolving if you are lucky enough to get one.

  • Onyx
    expert22 June 2024

    The pink and gold are great together and an awesome choice

  • musicboxtoxic
    trainer15 June 2024

    INK !!!

  • CardinalFoolery
    expert24 May 2024

    Oh those gems POP

  • Anonymous
    guest22 May 2024

    good like the pink

  • Lapras fan
    trainer19 May 2024

    Pink is lovely

  • Anonymous
    guest14 May 2024

    Good great

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More information

Shiny Dragonair

The shiny version of Dragonair in Pokémon GO was released on 24-02-2018.
Dragonair was originally discovered in the Kanto region. The main colors of shiny Dragonair are purple, and white. The typing of this Pokémon is dragon. The Pokédex number of Dragonair is #148. In the dex they call Dragonair the dragon Pokémon

Dragonair stores an enormous amount of energy inside its body. It is said to alter weather conditions in its vicinity by discharging energy from the crystals on its neck and tail. This Pokémon is usually seen and caught in cities, but have been known to appear near golf courses.

Dragonair belongs to the Dratini family.

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