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}}'''Dragon Rage''' is a {{Type|Dragon}}-[[Types|type]] [[move]] introduced in [[Generation I]] that will perpetually inflict 40 HP damage on the opponent. In the [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon]] series, this attack will always inflict 65 HP damage, instead of 40.
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'''Dragon Rage''' is a {{Type|Dragon}}-[[Types|type]] [[move]] introduced in [[Generation I]] that will perpetually inflict 40 HP damage on the opponent. In the [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon]] series, this attack will always inflict 65 HP damage, instead of 40.
   
==In the anime==
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==Anime==
[[File:Axew_using_dragon_rage.jpg|link=Iris's Axew|frame|Axew using Dragon Rage.]]Dragon Rage, when used by [[Iris' Axew|Axew]] , is blueish in colour and is loaded in a way similar to [[Draco Meteor]] . It resembles Flamethrower, as a fire-like blast is shot towards an opponent.
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Dragon Rage, when used by [[Iris' Axew|Axew]], is blueish in colour and is loaded in a way similar to [[Draco Meteor]]. It resembles Flamethrower, as a fire-like blast is shot towards an opponent.
   
Axew had difficulty in learning Dragon Rage, with [[Ash]] and [[Cilan (anime)|Cilan]] teasing [[Iris (anime)|Iris]] by caling the move "Dragon Sneze". This difficulty implies that Dragon-type moves take a lot of practice before being mastered.
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Axew had difficulty in learning Dragon Rage, with [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]] and [[Cilan (anime)|Cilan]] teasing [[Iris (anime)|Iris]] by calling the move "Dragon Sneeze". This difficulty implies that Dragon-type moves take a lot of practice before being mastered.
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==Gallery==
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|file1=Drake Dragonite Dragon Rage.png
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|caption1=Drake's Dragonite
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|file2=Clair Dragonair Dragon Rage.png
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|caption2=Clair's Dragonair (anime){{!}}Clair's Dragonair
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|file3=Oak Dragonite Dragon Rage.png
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|caption3=Professor Oak's Dragonite{{!}}Oak's Dragonite
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|file4=Crasher Wake Gyarados Dragon Rage.png
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|caption4=Crasher Wake's Gyarados (anime){{!}}Crasher Wake's Gyarados
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|file5=Clair Druddigon Dragon Rage.png
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|caption5=Clair's Druddigon}}
   
 
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Latest revision as of 12:48, December 29, 2015

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Dragon Rage
Dragon Rage Move Game
(りゅうのいかり Dragon Rage)
Generation: I
Battle Data
Type: Type Dragon
Category Type Special
Power:
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Affects:
Secondary Effect:
Priority:
Contact: No
Affected by
Magic Coat: No
BrightPowder: Yes
Protect/Detect: Yes
Snatch: No
King's Rock: Yes
Contest Data
Contests (RSE)
Type: Type Cool
Appeal: 1
Jam: 0
Super Contests (DPPt)
Type: Type Cool
Appeal: 3 ♥♥♥
Contest Spectaculars (ORAS)
Type: Type Cool
Appeal: 1
Jam: 1

Dragon Rage is a Dragon-type move introduced in Generation I that will perpetually inflict 40 HP damage on the opponent. In the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series, this attack will always inflict 65 HP damage, instead of 40.

AnimeEdit

Dragon Rage, when used by Axew, is blueish in colour and is loaded in a way similar to Draco Meteor. It resembles Flamethrower, as a fire-like blast is shot towards an opponent.

Axew had difficulty in learning Dragon Rage, with Ash and Cilan teasing Iris by calling the move "Dragon Sneeze". This difficulty implies that Dragon-type moves take a lot of practice before being mastered.

GalleryEdit

Moves in the anime
Drake Dragonite Dragon Rage
Drake's Dragonite using Dragon Rage
Clair Dragonair Dragon Rage
Clair's Dragonair using Dragon Rage
Oak Dragonite Dragon Rage
Oak's Dragonite using Dragon Rage
Crasher Wake Gyarados Dragon Rage
Crasher Wake's Gyarados using Dragon Rage
Clair Druddigon Dragon Rage
Clair's Druddigon using Dragon Rage
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