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|japanese = アイリスのカイリュー Iris' Kairyū
 
|japanese = アイリスのカイリュー Iris' Kairyū
 
|image = Iris's_Dragonite.png
 
|image = Iris's_Dragonite.png
|gender = Unknown
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|gender = Male
 
|ability = [[Inner Focus]] <small>(Not yet activated)</small>
 
|ability = [[Inner Focus]] <small>(Not yet activated)</small>
|debut = BW091: Iris and the Rouge Dragonite!
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|debut = [[BW091: Iris and the Rogue Dragonite!|Iris and the Rogue Dragonite!]]
|episodecaught = [[BW091]]
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|episodecaught = ''Iris and the Rogue Dragonite!''
 
|caughtwhere = [[Undella Town]]
 
|caughtwhere = [[Undella Town]]
 
|location = With Iris
 
|location = With Iris
|evolvesin = Prior to [[BW091: Iris and the Rouge Dragonite!]]
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|trainer = Iris (anime)}}
|trainer = [[Iris (anime)|Iris]]
 
}}
 
 
 
'''Iris's Dragonite''' is the fourth [[Pokémon (species)|Pokémon]] that [[Iris (anime)|she]] obtained.
 
'''Iris's Dragonite''' is the fourth [[Pokémon (species)|Pokémon]] that [[Iris (anime)|she]] obtained.
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
Dragonite first appeared in [[BW091]], where it was fighting with a [[Hydreigon]] in [[Undella Town]]. It was injured in the battle against a [[Hydreigon]] and caused a blackout when it crashed into a power station. [[Officer Jenny]] thought is was on purpose and began pursuing it along with several trainers. Iris didn't believe that no Dragonite would caused the blackout because she's a Dragon Master and she used her ability to read Dragonite's heart, discovering the truth that Dragonite was defending a Pidove flock from a wild Hydreigon and the blackout was indeed an accident. After protecting it and clearing it of all accusations of calling Dragonite a rogue, it allowed Iris to capture it.
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[[Dragonite]] first appeared in ''Iris and the Rogue Dragonite!'', where it was fighting with a [[Hydreigon]] in [[Undella Town]]. It was injured in the battle against a [[Hydreigon]] and caused a blackout when it crashed into a power station. [[Officer Jenny]] thought it did so on purpose and began pursuing it along with several trainers. Iris didn't believe that a Dragonite would caused the blackout because she's a Dragon Master and she used her ability to read Dragonite's heart, discovering the truth that Dragonite was defending a [[Pidove]] flock from a wild Hydreigon and the blackout was indeed an accident. After protecting it and clearing it of all accusations of calling Dragonite a rogue, it allowed Iris to capture it.
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Iris used it in the [[Pokémon World Tournament]] in ''[[BW092: Jostling for the Junior Cup!|Jostling for the Junior Cup!]]'' against [[Georgia's Beartic]]. It started to disobey Iris during its battle with Georgia's Beartic, but it was made obvious that it is a skilled battler, easily taking all off Beartic's attacks despite the type disadvantages and defeated it with a single [[Thunder Punch]].
  +
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Dragonite was used again in ''[[BW093: Battling Authority Once Again!|Battling Authority Once Again!]]'' against [[Dawn's Mamoswine]]. Again it had another type disadvantage simply dodging [[Hidden Power]] but is still disobeying Iris again enduring [[Ice Shard]] and when Mamoswine used [[Take Down]], Dragonite grabbed its tusks and tossed the Twin Tusked Pokémon to the ground. Just as Dragonite's arms are about to freeze from [[Ice Fang]], it flew up. It learned [[Dragon Rush]] and knocked out Mamoswine pushing Iris into the semi-finals.
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Dragonite was used in ''[[BW094: Ash, Iris and Trip: Then There Were Three!|Ash, Iris and Trip: Then There Were Three!]]'' against [[Ash's Krookodile|Ash's Krokorok]]. Dragonite, like in its previous battles quickly took lead, but Krokorok evolved into [[Krookodile]]. Using its newly learned [[Dragon Claw]], and it makes Dragonite go beserk with no lack of confidence. [[Krookodile]] defeated Dragonite while beserk, knocking Iris out of the tournament. Cynthia later revealed to Iris that the reason why Dragonite was being very disobedient to her is because Dragonite doesn't have complete trust in her just yet. And even though he was just captured by her, he still needed time to warm up to her.
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Dragonite was sent into battle in ''[[BW099: The Attack in Unova!|The Attack in Unova!]]'' to stop [[Tornadus]], [[Thundurus]] and [[Landorus]] while in their Therian Formes along with [[Cynthia's Garchomp]], [[Ash's Pikachu]], [[Ash's Unfezant]], [[Ridley's Golurk]] and [[Cilan's Pansage]] but they're not that kind of Pokémon that Dragonite can beat as Landorus used [[Stone Edge]] to take it down. Just as Thundurus was about to use [[Shock Wave]] to finish him, Iris tried to protect him but [[Ash's Pikachu]] protected Iris in her stead to absorb all of its power from Thundurus. Now, after gaining full trust towards his trainer, Dragonite obeyed Iris from now on whenever he gets into trouble like this, Iris will come and protect him as it gets back in the fight to stop [[Team Rocket]] from taking [[Unova]].
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Dragonite was later sent out to introduce himself to the [[Elder (Dragon Village)|Elder]] of the [[Dragon Village]]. However, it picked a fight with a nearby [[Haxorus]] until the Elder stopped them. Dragonite was also used to track down and corner a [[Shannon's Hydreigon|newly evolved Hydreigon]] that it rampaging across the village, with the help from [[Iris' Emolga|Emolga]].
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Dragonite was later used in a battle against [[Drayden's Druddigon]]. But despite its best efforts and brute strength and power, he lost the match.
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Dragonite was sent out to be introduced to [[Ash's Charizard]], but developed a firery rivalry towards Charizard. They had a battle but Dragonite was no match for the far superior Charizard, and it was called off by N, after Dragonite had injured its arm.
   
Iris used it in the [[Pokémon World Tournament]] in [[BW092]] against [[Georgia's Beartic]]. It started to disobey Iris during its battle with Georgia's Beartic, but it was made obvious that it is a skilled battler, easily taking all off Beartic's attacks despite the type disadvantages and defeated it with a single [[ThunderPunch]].
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Dragonite was later sent out to stop a [[Rhoder's Haxorus|trainer's Haxorus]] from rampaging in a nearby city. But while doing so, he discovered that it was being controlled by [[Colress]]. Colress then used the machine on Dragonite and it too went on a rampage. N tried to stop them but ended up getting himself injured from the attacks of the brainwashed Pokémon. Charizard managed to block most of Dragonite's attacks and made [[Aldith's Liepard]]'s [[Shadow Ball]] hurl straight to the machine, broke it, and freed both Dragonite and Haxorus from its control. After that, Iris called Dragonite back into its PokéBall.
   
Dragonite was used again in [[BW093]] againset [[Dawn's Mamoswine]]. Again it had another type disadvantage simply dodging [[Hidden Power]] but is still disobeying Iris again enduring [[ Ice Shard]] and when Mamoswine used [[Take Down]], Dragonite grabbed its tusks and tossed the Twin Tusked Pokémon to the ground. Just as Dragonite's arms are about to freeze from [[Ice Fang]], it flew up. It learned [[Dragon Rush]] and knocked out Mamoswine pushing Iris into the semi-finals.
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Dragonite later teamed up with [[Cilan's Crustle]] during a battle against [[Team Plasma]]. Both of them managed to stall them until Colress turned his machine on both of them. Iris somehow saved his life by recalling him back into his PokéBall while Cilan did the same thing with his Crustle. Dragonite was later called out once again to help both Krookodile and Crustle trap Colress, [[Ghetsis]], [[Aldith]], and [[Barret]] in a rock and ice barrier so they won't escape and give [[Looker]] a chance to arrest them.
   
Dragonite was used in [[BW094]] against [[Ash's Krookodile|Ash's Krokorok]]. Dragonite, like in its previous battles quickly took lead, but Krokorok evolved into [[Krookodile]]. Using its newly learned [[Dragon Claw]], and it makes Dragonite go beserk with no lack of confidence. [[Krookodile]] defeated Dragonite while beserk, knocking Iris out of the tournament.
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Dragonite was later called out to help look for [[Clair's Dragonite]]. Once he found her, both of them started to fight. [[Clair]] and Iris arrived and stopped them until [[Cilan (anime)|Cilan]] revealed that Dragonite carelessly stepped on some flowers and made Clair's Dragonite angry with him. The two Dragonite kept on fighting until they found the doorway to the cave were a [[Clair's Druddigon|shiny Druddigon]] lives. Both of them worked together and successfully opened it.
   
Dragonite was sent into battle in [[BW099]] to stop Tornadus, Thundurus and Landorus while in their Therian Formes along with [[Cynthia's Garchomp]], [[Ash's Pikachu]], [[Ash's Unfezant]] Ridley's Golurk and [[Cilan's Pansage]] but they're not that kind of Pokémon that Dragonite can beat as Landorus used [[Stone Edge]] to take it down. Just as Thundurus was about to use [[Shock Wave]] to finish him, Iris tried to protect him but [[Ash's Pikachu]] protected Iris in her stead to absorb all of its power from Thundurus. Now, Dragonite obeyed Iris from now on whenever he gets into trouble like this, Iris will come and protect him as it gets back in the fight to stop Team Rocket from taking Unova.
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Dragonite was later used in a battle against Clair's Druddigon when Iris was in [[Blackthorn City]]. During the battle, it became disobedient and attacked Druddigon without listening to Iris' commands. Iris somehow managed to look into his heart and she realized that he was frustrated at the fact that its attacks aren't working very well on Druddigon who is also a Dragon-type like himself. Iris told him that she understands his frustration and reminds him that he is not the only one who is battling. She told him that she wanted to connect her heart with his and will always be together. Dragonite finally understands her and continues the battle through Iris' commands. Dragonite managed to due a huge amount of damage to Druddigon with Dragon Rush and Ice Beam, but Druddigon managed to defeat him with a super-strong Dragon Rage. But despite his lose, Iris told him that he did a fantastic job and she felt more connected to him than before which makes him feel so much better. Iris then called him back into his PokéBall for a good long rest.
   
Dragonite was sent out to be intruduced to [[Ash's Charizard]], but developed a firery rivalry towards Charizard. They had a battle but Dragonite was no match for the far superior Charizard, and it was called off by N, after Dragonite had injured its arm.
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==Known Moves==
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{{MoveBoxTop|type2=flying|type=dragon|image=Iris Dragonite ThunderPunch.png|imageinfo=Thunder Punch}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|Flamethrower|BW091: Iris and the Rogue Dragonite!|type=fire|othername = Iris and the Rogue Dragonite!}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|Thunder Punch|BW091: Iris and the Rogue Dragonite!|type=electric|othername =Iris and the Rogue Dragonite!}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|Ice Beam|BW091: Iris and the Rogue Dragonite!|type=ice|othername = Iris and the Rogue Dragonite!}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|Dragon Rush|BW093: Battling Authority Once Again!|type=dragon|othername = Battling Authority Once Again!}}
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{{MoveBoxEnd|type2=flying|type=dragon}}
   
==Known moves==
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==Voice actor==
{{MoveBoxTop
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*[[Kensuke Satō]] (Japanese and English)
|image = Iris Dragonite.png
 
|imageinfo = Thunderpunch
 
|Type2 = flying
 
|Type = dragon}} {{MoveBoxMid|Flamethrower|BW091: Iris and the Rouge Dragonite!|type = fire
 
|othername = Iris and the Rouge Dragonite!}}{{MoveBoxMid|ThunderPunch|BW091: Iris and the Rouge Dragonite!|type = electric
 
|othername = Iris and the Rouge Dragonite!}}
 
{{MoveBoxMid|Ice Beam|BW091: Iris and the Rouge Dragonite!|type = ice
 
|othername = Iris and the Rouge Dragonite!}} 
 
{{MoveBoxMid|Dragon Rush|BW093: Battling Authority Once Again!|type = dragon|recent = |othername = Battling Authority Once Again!}}
 
{{MoveBoxEnd|Type2 = flying|Type = dragon}}
 
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
* Dragonite is the first fully evolved [[pseudo-legendary Pokémon]] to be owned by a main character. Although it was a Pokémon from the Kanto region at first.
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*Dragonite is the first fully evolved pseudo-legendary Pokémon to be owned by a main character.
* Dragonite is the first Pokémon not native to Unova but (to Kanto) to be owned by a main character in the Best Wishes series, excluding [[Pikachu]].
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*Dragonite is the first Pokémon not native to Unova but (to Kanto) to be owned by a main character in the Best Wishes series.
* Dragonite is the second {{type|Dragon}}-[[Types|type]] Pokémon to be captured by Iris, the first being [[Iris' Axew|Axew]].
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*Dragonite is the second {{type|Dragon}}-[[Types|type]] Pokémon to be captured by Iris, the first being [[Iris' Axew|Axew]].
*Dragonite is the second fully evolved stage 2 Pokémon to be caught by a main character, the first was [[Dawn's Togekiss]] (although it was a gift from [[Princess Salvia]]).
 
*Dragonite is the only Pokémon that Iris owns that does not begin with a vowel.
 
*Dragonite is the second member of Iris' team to disobey her commands, the first being [[Iris' Excadrill|Excadrill]]. However, unlike Excadrill, who thought that Iris didn't care about it, Dragonite does not have any obvious motive for disobeying Iris except possibly its own arrogance for fighting alone with no one else.
 
 
*Dragonite's eyes strangely resemble the Dragonite's eyes in Great Bowls of Fire when it went on a rampage.
 
*Dragonite's eyes strangely resemble the Dragonite's eyes in Great Bowls of Fire when it went on a rampage.
 
*Like [[Iris' Emolga]], Dragonite retains its original Japanese voice in the English-language anime, too.
 
*Like [[Iris' Emolga]], Dragonite retains its original Japanese voice in the English-language anime, too.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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Colress Dragonite.png|Dragonite under [[Colress]]' control
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Iris_Dragonite_Ice_Beam.png|Dragonite using Ice Beam
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Iris defending Dragonite.jpg|Iris protects Dragonite
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Iris Dragonite.png|Iris and Dragonite
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Iris_Dragonite_Flamethrower.png|Dragonite using Flamethrower
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Ash Charizard Iris Dragonite.png|Dragonite's rivalry with [[Ash's Charizard]]
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Iris Dragonite inside Poké Ball.png|Dragonite inside his [[Poké Ball]]
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Iris Dragonite Dragon Rush.png|Dragonite using Dragon Rush
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</gallery>}}
   
 
{{IrisPokémon}}
 
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[[Category:Dragon-type Pokémon]]
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[[Category:Male Pokémon]]
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[[Category:Iris' Pokémon]]

Latest revision as of 02:41, November 30, 2014

Iris' Dragonite
アイリスのカイリュー Iris' Kairyū
Iris's Dragonite
General
Trainer: Iris (anime)
Gender: Male
Ability: Inner Focus (Not yet activated)
Debut: Iris and the Rogue Dragonite!
Episode captured: Iris and the Rogue Dragonite!
Caught where: Undella Town
Current location: With Iris
Details

Iris's Dragonite is the fourth Pokémon that she obtained.

BiographyEdit

Dragonite first appeared in Iris and the Rogue Dragonite!, where it was fighting with a Hydreigon in Undella Town. It was injured in the battle against a Hydreigon and caused a blackout when it crashed into a power station. Officer Jenny thought it did so on purpose and began pursuing it along with several trainers. Iris didn't believe that a Dragonite would caused the blackout because she's a Dragon Master and she used her ability to read Dragonite's heart, discovering the truth that Dragonite was defending a Pidove flock from a wild Hydreigon and the blackout was indeed an accident. After protecting it and clearing it of all accusations of calling Dragonite a rogue, it allowed Iris to capture it.

Iris used it in the Pokémon World Tournament in Jostling for the Junior Cup! against Georgia's Beartic. It started to disobey Iris during its battle with Georgia's Beartic, but it was made obvious that it is a skilled battler, easily taking all off Beartic's attacks despite the type disadvantages and defeated it with a single Thunder Punch.

Dragonite was used again in Battling Authority Once Again! against Dawn's Mamoswine. Again it had another type disadvantage simply dodging Hidden Power but is still disobeying Iris again enduring Ice Shard and when Mamoswine used Take Down, Dragonite grabbed its tusks and tossed the Twin Tusked Pokémon to the ground. Just as Dragonite's arms are about to freeze from Ice Fang, it flew up. It learned Dragon Rush and knocked out Mamoswine pushing Iris into the semi-finals.

Dragonite was used in Ash, Iris and Trip: Then There Were Three! against Ash's Krokorok. Dragonite, like in its previous battles quickly took lead, but Krokorok evolved into Krookodile. Using its newly learned Dragon Claw, and it makes Dragonite go beserk with no lack of confidence. Krookodile defeated Dragonite while beserk, knocking Iris out of the tournament. Cynthia later revealed to Iris that the reason why Dragonite was being very disobedient to her is because Dragonite doesn't have complete trust in her just yet. And even though he was just captured by her, he still needed time to warm up to her.

Dragonite was sent into battle in The Attack in Unova! to stop Tornadus, Thundurus and Landorus while in their Therian Formes along with Cynthia's Garchomp, Ash's Pikachu, Ash's Unfezant, Ridley's Golurk and Cilan's Pansage but they're not that kind of Pokémon that Dragonite can beat as Landorus used Stone Edge to take it down. Just as Thundurus was about to use Shock Wave to finish him, Iris tried to protect him but Ash's Pikachu protected Iris in her stead to absorb all of its power from Thundurus. Now, after gaining full trust towards his trainer, Dragonite obeyed Iris from now on whenever he gets into trouble like this, Iris will come and protect him as it gets back in the fight to stop Team Rocket from taking Unova.

Dragonite was later sent out to introduce himself to the Elder of the Dragon Village. However, it picked a fight with a nearby Haxorus until the Elder stopped them. Dragonite was also used to track down and corner a newly evolved Hydreigon that it rampaging across the village, with the help from Emolga.

Dragonite was later used in a battle against Drayden's Druddigon. But despite its best efforts and brute strength and power, he lost the match.

Dragonite was sent out to be introduced to Ash's Charizard, but developed a firery rivalry towards Charizard. They had a battle but Dragonite was no match for the far superior Charizard, and it was called off by N, after Dragonite had injured its arm.

Dragonite was later sent out to stop a trainer's Haxorus from rampaging in a nearby city. But while doing so, he discovered that it was being controlled by Colress. Colress then used the machine on Dragonite and it too went on a rampage. N tried to stop them but ended up getting himself injured from the attacks of the brainwashed Pokémon. Charizard managed to block most of Dragonite's attacks and made Aldith's Liepard's Shadow Ball hurl straight to the machine, broke it, and freed both Dragonite and Haxorus from its control. After that, Iris called Dragonite back into its PokéBall.

Dragonite later teamed up with Cilan's Crustle during a battle against Team Plasma. Both of them managed to stall them until Colress turned his machine on both of them. Iris somehow saved his life by recalling him back into his PokéBall while Cilan did the same thing with his Crustle. Dragonite was later called out once again to help both Krookodile and Crustle trap Colress, Ghetsis, Aldith, and Barret in a rock and ice barrier so they won't escape and give Looker a chance to arrest them.

Dragonite was later called out to help look for Clair's Dragonite. Once he found her, both of them started to fight. Clair and Iris arrived and stopped them until Cilan revealed that Dragonite carelessly stepped on some flowers and made Clair's Dragonite angry with him. The two Dragonite kept on fighting until they found the doorway to the cave were a shiny Druddigon lives. Both of them worked together and successfully opened it.

Dragonite was later used in a battle against Clair's Druddigon when Iris was in Blackthorn City. During the battle, it became disobedient and attacked Druddigon without listening to Iris' commands. Iris somehow managed to look into his heart and she realized that he was frustrated at the fact that its attacks aren't working very well on Druddigon who is also a Dragon-type like himself. Iris told him that she understands his frustration and reminds him that he is not the only one who is battling. She told him that she wanted to connect her heart with his and will always be together. Dragonite finally understands her and continues the battle through Iris' commands. Dragonite managed to due a huge amount of damage to Druddigon with Dragon Rush and Ice Beam, but Druddigon managed to defeat him with a super-strong Dragon Rage. But despite his lose, Iris told him that he did a fantastic job and she felt more connected to him than before which makes him feel so much better. Iris then called him back into his PokéBall for a good long rest.

Known MovesEdit

Move Episode
Iris Dragonite ThunderPunch
Flamethrower Iris and the Rogue Dragonite!
Thunder Punch Iris and the Rogue Dragonite!
Ice Beam Iris and the Rogue Dragonite!
Dragon Rush Battling Authority Once Again!
+ indicates this Pokémon used this move recently.*
- indicates this Pokémon normally can't use this move.

Voice actorEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Dragonite is the first fully evolved pseudo-legendary Pokémon to be owned by a main character.
  • Dragonite is the first Pokémon not native to Unova but (to Kanto) to be owned by a main character in the Best Wishes series.
  • Dragonite is the second Dragon-type Pokémon to be captured by Iris, the first being Axew.
  • Dragonite's eyes strangely resemble the Dragonite's eyes in Great Bowls of Fire when it went on a rampage.
  • Like Iris' Emolga, Dragonite retains its original Japanese voice in the English-language anime, too.

GalleryEdit

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