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{{Pokémon Character Box
 
{{Pokémon Character Box
 
|type = dragon
 
|type = dragon
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|type2 =flying
 
|name = Clair's Dragonite
 
|name = Clair's Dragonite
 
|japanese = Ibuki's Kairyu
 
|japanese = Ibuki's Kairyu
 
|trainer = Clair
 
|trainer = Clair
|debut = JE135: Beauty is Skin Deep
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|gender = Female
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|debut = [[JE135: Beauty is Skin Deep|Beauty is Skin Deep]]
 
|episodesuntilevolved = Less than one as a Dratini, 544 as a Dragonair|shiny = No
 
|episodesuntilevolved = Less than one as a Dratini, 544 as a Dragonair|shiny = No
|evolvesin = [[JE135: Beauty is Skin Deep]] into Dragonair from Dratini, Evolves into Dragonite prior to [[BW138]]|image = Clair's_Dragonite.png}}
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|evolvesin = [[JE135: Beauty is Skin Deep]] into Dragonair from Dratini<br>Evolves into Dragonite prior to [[BW138]]
'''Clair's Dragonite''' was Clair's main, and possibly most powerful, Pokémon.
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|image = Clair's_Dragonite.png}}
==Biography==
 
   
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'''Clair's Dragonite''' was Clair's main Pokémon.
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==Biography==
 
Dragonite was first seen as a Dratini that had previously been protected by [[Clair's Gyarados]]. After it evolved into, Dragonair it was used to help control an enraged Dragonite along with [[Ash's Charizard]]. Despite being Dragonite's pre-evolved form, Dragonair managed to hold its own against Dragonite.
 
Dragonite was first seen as a Dratini that had previously been protected by [[Clair's Gyarados]]. After it evolved into, Dragonair it was used to help control an enraged Dragonite along with [[Ash's Charizard]]. Despite being Dragonite's pre-evolved form, Dragonair managed to hold its own against Dragonite.
   
Dragonair was the final Pokemon Clair used during her battle with Ash and defeated [[Ash's Pikachu]] with [[Hyper Beam]] and held its own against Charizard, going underwater to escape Charizard's fire type moves and even escaping from Charizard's [[Seismic Toss]] by using [[Twister]]. However Charizard eventually evaporated the water with a powerful [[Fire Spin]] and when Dragonair tried using another Twister to escape Charizard's Seismic Toss, the Fire type used another Fire Spin on the Twister causing it to heat up and then slammed Dragonair into the ground with a flaming Seismic Toss defeating it.
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Dragonair was the final Pokémon Clair used during her battle with Ash and defeated [[Ash's Pikachu]] with [[Hyper Beam]] and held its own against Charizard, going underwater to escape Charizard's fire type moves and even escaping from Charizard's [[Seismic Toss]] by using [[Twister]]. However Charizard eventually evaporated the water with a powerful [[Fire Spin]] and when Dragonair tried using another Twister to escape Charizard's Seismic Toss, the Fire type used another Fire Spin on the Twister causing it to heat up and then slammed Dragonair into the ground with a flaming Seismic Toss defeating it.
   
 
Dragonair also appeared in a flashback alongside Clair when Ash and his friends met [[Lyra (anime)|Lyra]].
 
Dragonair also appeared in a flashback alongside Clair when Ash and his friends met [[Lyra (anime)|Lyra]].
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==Known moves==
 
==Known moves==
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{{MoveBoxTop|Type=dragon|Type2=flying|image=Clair Dragonair Iron Tail.png|imageinfo=Iron Tail}}
|Type = dragon
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{{MoveBoxMid|type=dragon|Twister|JE135: Beauty is Skin Deep|othername=Beauty is Skin Deep}}
|image = Clair Dragonair Iron Tail.png|imageinfo = Iron Tail}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|type=normal|usable=no|Flash|JE136: Fangs for Nothin'|othername=Fangs for Nothin'}}
{{MoveBoxMid|type=dragon|Twister|JE135: Beauty is Skin Deep|othername=Beauty is Skin Deep|recent = yes}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|type=normal|Hyper Beam|JE137: Great Bowls of Fire!|othername=Great Bowls of Fire!}}
{{MoveBoxMid|type=normal|Flash|JE136: Fangs for Nothin'|othername=Fangs for Nothing}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|type=water|Rain Dance|JE137: Great Bowls of Fire!|othername=Great Bowls of Fire!}}
{{MoveBoxMid|type=normal|Hyper Beam|JE137: Great Bowls of Fire|othername=Great Bowls of Fire|recent = yes}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|type=electric|Thunder Wave|JE137: Great Bowls of Fire!|othername=Great Bowls of Fire!}}
{{MoveBoxMid|type=water|Rain Dance|JE137: Great Bowls of Fire|othername=Great Bowls of Fire}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|type=normal|Safeguard|JE137: Great Bowls of Fire!|othername=Great Bowls of Fire!}}
{{MoveBoxMid|type=electric|Thunder Wave|JE137: Great Bowls of Fire|othername=Great Bowls of Fire}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|type=steel|Iron Tail|JE138: Better Eight Than Never|othername=Better Eight Than Never}}
{{MoveBoxMid|type=normal|Safeguard|JE137: Great Bowls of Fire|othername=Great Bowls of Fire|recent = yes}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|Dragon Rage|JE138: Better Eight Than Never|type=dragon|othername= Better Eight Than Never}}
{{MoveBoxMid|type=steel|Iron Tail|JE138: Better Eight than Never|othername=Better Eight than Never|recent = yes}}
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{{MoveBoxEnd|Type=dragon|Type2=flying}}
{{MoveBoxEnd|Type = dragon}}
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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Clair Dragonair Hyper Beam.png
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Clair_Dragonair_Dragon_Rage.png
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Clair_Dragonair_Flash.png
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Clair_Dragonair_Rain_Dance.png
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Clair_Dragonair_Safeguard.png
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Clair_Dragonair_Thunder_Wave.png
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Clair_Dragonair_Twister.png
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</gallery>
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
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*Dragonair's Safeguard was shown to be strong enough to block [[Flamethrower]] and [[Hyper Beam]]. In the games, Safeguard can only block status moves such as [[Will-O-Wisp]], [[Hypnosis]], [[Toxic]], [[Confuse Ray]] and [[Thunder Wave]].
 
*Dragonair's Safeguard was shown to be strong enough to block [[Flamethrower]] and [[Hyper Beam]]. In the games, Safeguard can only block status moves such as [[Will-O-Wisp]], [[Hypnosis]], [[Toxic]], [[Confuse Ray]] and [[Thunder Wave]].
 
[[Category:Character Pokémon that have evolved]]
 
[[Category:Character Pokémon that have evolved]]
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[[Category:Gym Leader's Pokémon]]
 
[[Category:Gym Leader's Pokémon]]
 
[[Category:Dragon Pokémon]]
 
[[Category:Dragon Pokémon]]
 
[[Category:Flying Pokémon]]
 
[[Category:Flying Pokémon]]
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[[Category:Pseudo-Legendary Pokémon]]
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[[Category:Female Pokémon]]

Latest revision as of 22:29, April 14, 2014

Clair's Dragonite
Ibuki's Kairyu
Clair's Dragonite
General
Name: Clair's Dragonite
Trainer: Clair
Gender: Female
Debut: Beauty is Skin Deep
Details
Evolved: Less than one as a Dratini, 544 as a Dragonair
Evolves In: JE135: Beauty is Skin Deep into Dragonair from Dratini
Evolves into Dragonite prior to BW138

Clair's Dragonite was Clair's main Pokémon.

BiographyEdit

Dragonite was first seen as a Dratini that had previously been protected by Clair's Gyarados. After it evolved into, Dragonair it was used to help control an enraged Dragonite along with Ash's Charizard. Despite being Dragonite's pre-evolved form, Dragonair managed to hold its own against Dragonite.

Dragonair was the final Pokémon Clair used during her battle with Ash and defeated Ash's Pikachu with Hyper Beam and held its own against Charizard, going underwater to escape Charizard's fire type moves and even escaping from Charizard's Seismic Toss by using Twister. However Charizard eventually evaporated the water with a powerful Fire Spin and when Dragonair tried using another Twister to escape Charizard's Seismic Toss, the Fire type used another Fire Spin on the Twister causing it to heat up and then slammed Dragonair into the ground with a flaming Seismic Toss defeating it.

Dragonair also appeared in a flashback alongside Clair when Ash and his friends met Lyra.

In BW118, it was seen in a flashback using Iron Tail against Ash's Charizard and being finished with Seismic Toss and Fire Spin.

Prior to BW138, Dragonair evolved into Dragonite.

Known movesEdit

Move Episode
Clair Dragonair Iron Tail
Twister Beauty is Skin Deep
Flash - Fangs for Nothin'
Hyper Beam Great Bowls of Fire!
Rain Dance Great Bowls of Fire!
Thunder Wave Great Bowls of Fire!
Safeguard Great Bowls of Fire!
Iron Tail Better Eight Than Never
Dragon Rage Better Eight Than Never
+ indicates this Pokémon used this move recently.*
- indicates this Pokémon normally can't use this move.

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

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