Every Dragon-Type Pokémon Ever (RANKED)

Every Dragon-Type Pokémon Ever (RANKED)

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The world of Pokémon divides its creatures in a total of 18 different types, as of Generation VI. A Type refers to a Pokémon’s properties and their moves. This aspect is more important for the games, as certain Types have advantages over some other Types (e.g. Fire over Ice, Water over Fire), than the anime series, but Types are certainly one of the most important aspects of the world of Pokémon.

Types have changed over the years, with additional types being added to the games as the world of Pokémon expanded. Today, every known Pokémon can be classified according to a type and in today’s article, we are going to rank every Dragon-type Pokémon that ever appeared in the franchise, from weakest to strongest, based on their base stats sheets.

Due to the fact that we are going to separate the base forms from Mega forms, which we had to do because a lot of the Mega forms were stronger than some other basic forms, this list is going to contain more Dragon-type Pokémon – actually 71 – than there actually are, but this is purely due to the list, there aren’t really more than 61 Dragon-type Pokémon in the franchise.

As of Generation VIII, there is a total of 61 Dragon-type Pokémon, which accounts for 6.79% of all Pokémon in the franchise (counting those that are Dragon-type in at least one of their forms, including Mega Evolutions and Alolan Forms), making it the 4th or 5th rarest type, tying with Electric.

Every Dragon-type Pokémon

71. Noibat

Noibat is a dual-type Flying/Dragon Pokémon introduced in Generation VI. It evolves into Noivern starting at level 48.

And now, let us see the stats for Noibat, which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:40
Attack:30
Defense:35
Sp. Attak:45
Sp. Defense:40
Speed:55
TOTAL:245

70. Applin

Applin is a dual-type Grass/Dragon Pokémon introduced in Generation VIII. It evolves into Flapple when exposed to a Tart Apple or Appletun when exposed to a Sweet Apple.

And now, let us see the stats for Applin , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:40
Attack:40
Defense:80
Sp. Attak:40
Sp. Defense:40
Speed:20
TOTAL:260

69. Dreepy

Dreepy is a dual-type Dragon/Ghost Pokémon introduced in Generation VIII. It evolves into Drakloak starting at level 50, which evolves into Dragapult starting at level 60.

And now, let us see the stats for Dreepy , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:28
Attack:60
Defense:30
Sp. Attak:40
Sp. Defense:30
Speed:82
TOTAL:270

68. Dratini

Dratini is a Dragon-type Pokémon introduced in Generation I. It evolves into Dragonair starting at level 30, which evolves into Dragonite starting at level 55

And now, let us see the stats for Dratini , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:41
Attack:64
Defense:45
Sp. Attak:50
Sp. Defense:50
Speed:50
TOTAL:300

67. Bagon

Bagon is a Dragon-type Pokémon introduced in Generation III. It evolves into Shelgon starting at level 30, which evolves into Salamence starting at level 50.

And now, let us see the stats for Bagon , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:45
Attack:75
Defense:60
Sp. Attak:40
Sp. Defense:30
Speed:50
TOTAL:300

66. Gible

Gible is a dual-type Dragon/Ground Pokémon introduced in Generation IV. It evolves into Gabite starting at level 24, which evolves into Garchomp starting at level 48.

And now, let us see the stats for Gible , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:58
Attack:70
Defense:45
Sp. Attak:40
Sp. Defense:45
Speed:42
TOTAL:300

65. Deino

Deino is a dual-type Dark/Dragon Pokémon introduced in Generation V. It evolves into Zweilous starting at level 50, which evolves into Hydreigon starting at level 64.

And now, let us see the stats for Deino , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:52
Attack:65
Defense:50
Sp. Attak:45
Sp. Defense:50
Speed:38
TOTAL:300

64. Goomy

Goomy is a Dragon-type Pokémon introduced in Generation VI. It evolves into Sliggoo starting at level 40, which evolves into Goodra starting at level 50 when leveled up during rain (or fog in Generation VII) in the overworld.

And now, let us see the stats for Goomy , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:45
Attack:50
Defense:35
Sp. Attak:55
Sp. Defense:75
Speed:40
TOTAL:300

63. Jangmo-o

Jangmo-o is a Dragon-type Pokémon introduced in Generation VII. It evolves into Hakamo-o starting at level 35, which evolves into Kommo-o starting at level 45.

And now, let us see the stats for Jangmo-o, which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:45
Attack:55
Defense:65
Sp. Attak:45
Sp. Defense:45
Speed:45
TOTAL:300

62. Axew

Axew is a Dragon-type Pokémon introduced in Generation V. It evolves into Fraxure starting at level 38, which evolves into Haxorus starting at level 48.

And now, let us see the stats for Axew , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:46
Attack:87
Defense:60
Sp. Attak:30
Sp. Defense:40
Speed:57
TOTAL:320

61. Vibrava

Vibrava is a dual-type Ground/Dragon Pokémon introduced in Generation III. It evolves from Trapinch starting at level 35 and evolves into Flygon starting at level 45.

And now, let us see the stats for Vibrava , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:50
Attack:70
Defense:50
Sp. Attak:50
Sp. Defense:50
Speed:70
TOTAL:340

60. Tyrunt

Tyrunt is a dual-type Rock/Dragon Fossil Pokémon introduced in Generation VI. It is resurrected from a Jaw Fossil and evolves into Tyrantrum when leveled up during the day starting at level 39.

And now, let us see the stats for Tyrunt , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:58
Attack:89
Defense:77
Sp. Attak:45
Sp. Defense:45
Speed:48
TOTAL:362

59. Gabite

Gabite is a dual-type Dragon/Ground Pokémon introduced in Generation IV. It evolves from Gible starting at level 24 and evolves into Garchomp starting at level 48.

And now, let us see the stats for Gabite , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:68
Attack:90
Defense:65
Sp. Attak:50
Sp. Defense:55
Speed:82
TOTAL:410

58. Fraxure

Fraxure is a Dragon-type Pokémon introduced in Generation V. It evolves from Axew starting at level 38 and evolves into Haxorus starting at level 48.

And now, let us see the stats for Fraxure , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:66
Attack:117
Defense:70
Sp. Attak:40
Sp. Defense:50
Speed:67
TOTAL:410

57. Drakloak

Drakloak is a dual-type Dragon/Ghost Pokémon introduced in Generation VIII. It evolves from Dreepy starting at level 50 and evolves into Dragapult starting at level 60.

And now, let us see the stats for Drakloak , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:68
Attack:80
Defense:50
Sp. Attak:60
Sp. Defense:50
Speed:102
TOTAL:410

56. Dragonair

Dragonair is a Dragon-type Pokémon introduced in Generation I. It evolves from Dratini starting at level 30 and evolves into Dragonite starting at level 55.

And now, let us see the stats for Dragonair , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:61
Attack:84
Defense:65
Sp. Attak:70
Sp. Defense:70
Speed:70
TOTAL:420

55. Shelgon

Shelgon is a Dragon-type Pokémon introduced in Generation III. It evolves from Bagon starting at level 30 and evolves into Salamence starting at level 50.

And now, let us see the stats for Shelgon , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:65
Attack:95
Defense:100
Sp. Attak:60
Sp. Defense:50
Speed:50
TOTAL:420

54. Zweilous

Zweilous is a dual-type Dark/Dragon Pokémon introduced in Generation V. It evolves from Deino starting at level 50 and evolves into Hydreigon starting at level 64.

And now, let us see the stats for Zweilous , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:72
Attack:85
Defense:70
Sp. Attak:65
Sp. Defense:70
Speed:58
TOTAL:420

53. Hakamo-o

Hakamo-o is a dual-type Dragon/Fighting Pokémon introduced in Generation VII. It evolves from Jangmo-o starting at level 35 and evolves into Kommo-o starting at level 45.

And now, let us see the stats for Hakamo-o , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:55
Attack:75
Defense:90
Sp. Attak:65
Sp. Defense:70
Speed:65
TOTAL:420

52. Sliggoo

Sliggoo is a Dragon-type Pokémon introduced in Generation VI. It evolves from Goomy starting at level 40 and evolves into Goodra starting at level 50 when leveled up during rain (or fog in Generation VII) in the overworld. Rain instigated by Rain Dance, Drizzle, or Primordial Sea will not trigger this evolution.

And now, let us see the stats for Sliggoo , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:68
Attack:75
Defense:53
Sp. Attak:83
Sp. Defense:113
Speed:60
TOTAL:452

51. Druddigon

Druddigon is a Dragon-type Pokémon introduced in Generation V. It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon.

And now, let us see the stats for Druddigon , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:77
Attack:120
Defense:90
Sp. Attak:60
Sp. Defense:90
Speed:48
TOTAL:485

50. Turtonator 

Turtonator is a dual-type Fire/Dragon Pokémon introduced in Generation VII. It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon.

And now, let us see the stats for Turtonator , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:60
Attack:78
Defense:135
Sp. Attak:91
Sp. Defense:85
Speed:36
TOTAL:485

49. Drampa

Drampa is a dual-type Normal/Dragon Pokémon introduced in Generation VII. It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon.

And now, let us see the stats for Drampa , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:78
Attack:60
Defense:85
Sp. Attak:135
Sp. Defense:91
Speed:36
TOTAL:485

48. Flapple

Flapple is a dual-type Grass/Dragon Pokémon introduced in Generation VIII. It evolves from Applin when exposed to a Tart Apple. It is one of Applin’s final forms, the other being Appletun. Flapple has a Gigantamax form.

And now, let us see the stats for Flapple , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:70
Attack:110
Defense:80
Sp. Attak:95
Sp. Defense:60
Speed:70
TOTAL:485

47. Appletun

Appletun is a dual-type Grass/Dragon Pokémon introduced in Generation VIII. It evolves from Applin when exposed to a Sweet Apple. It is one of Applin’s final forms, the other being Flapple. Appletun has a Gigantamax form.

And now, let us see the stats for Appletun , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:110
Attack:85
Defense:80
Sp. Attak:100
Sp. Defense:80
Speed:30
TOTAL:485

46. Zygarde (10% Forme)

Zygarde is a dual-type Dragon/Ground Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation VI. While it is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, Zygarde has the following three Formes: Zygarde 10% Forme, one of the Formes introduced in Sun and Moon; Zygarde 50% Forme, the Forme introduced in X and Y; and Zygarde Complete Forme, one of the Formes introduced in Sun and Moon.

Along with these Formes are two basic components of Zygarde: Zygarde Cores, which act as the brains of Zygarde, and Zygarde Cells, which compose Zygarde’s Formes and cannot think. Neither Zygarde Cores nor Zygarde Cells can use moves or are useful in battles by themselves. Both of these components were introduced in Pokémon Sun and Moon. They are stored inside the Zygarde Cube.

And now, let us see the stats for (10% Forme) , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:54
Attack:100
Defense:71
Sp. Attak:61
Sp. Defense:85
Speed:115
TOTAL:486

45. Altaria

Altaria is a dual-type Dragon/Flying Pokémon introduced in Generation III. It evolves from Swablu starting at level 35. Altaria can Mega Evolve into Mega Altaria using the Altarianite.

And now, let us see the stats for Altaria , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:75
Attack:70
Defense:90
Sp. Attak:70
Sp. Defense:105
Speed:80
TOTAL:490

44. Dragalge

Dragalge is a dual-type Poison/Dragon Pokémon introduced in Generation VI. It evolves from Skrelp starting at level 48.

And now, let us see the stats for Dragalge , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:65
Attack:75
Defense:90
Sp. Attak:97
Sp. Defense:123
Speed:44
TOTAL:494

43. Dracozolt

Dracozolt is a dual-type Electric/Dragon Fossil Pokémon introduced in Generation VIII. It is resurrected from combining a Fossilized Bird and Fossilized Drake, and it is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon.

And now, let us see the stats for Dracozolt , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:50
Attack:100
Defense:90
Sp. Attak:80
Sp. Defense:70
Speed:75
TOTAL:505

42. Dracovish

Dracovish is a dual-type Water/Dragon Fossil Pokémon introduced in Generation VIII. It is resurrected from combining a Fossilized Fish and Fossilized Drake, and it is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon.

And now, let us see the stats for Dracovish , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:90
Attack:90
Defense:100
Sp. Attak:70
Sp. Defense:80
Speed:75
TOTAL:505

41. Flygon

Flygon is a dual-type Ground/Dragon Pokémon introduced in Generation III. It evolves from Vibrava starting at level 45. It is the final form of Trapinch.

And now, let us see the stats for Flygon , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:80
Attack:100
Defense:80
Sp. Attak:80
Sp. Defense:80
Speed:100
TOTAL:520

40. Tyrantrum

Tyrantrum is a dual-type Rock/Dragon Fossil Pokémon introduced in Generation VI. It evolves from Tyrunt when leveled up during the day starting at level 39, after it is revived from a Jaw Fossil.

And now, let us see the stats for Tyrantrum , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:82
Attack:121
Defense:119
Sp. Attak:69
Sp. Defense:59
Speed:71
TOTAL:521

39. Alolan Exeggutor

Exeggutor is a dual-type Grass/Psychic Pokémon introduced in Generation I. It evolves from Exeggcute when exposed to a Leaf Stone. In Alola, Exeggutor has a dual-type Grass/Dragon regional form. It evolves from Exeggcute when exposed to a Leaf Stone. All Exeggcute in Alola evolve into this form regardless of their origin.

And now, let us see the stats for Alolan Exeggutor , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:95
Attack:105
Defense:85
Sp. Attak:125
Sp. Defense:75
Speed:45
TOTAL:530

38. Noivern

Noivern is a dual-type Flying/Dragon Pokémon introduced in Generation VI. It evolves from Noibat starting at level 48.

And now, let us see the stats for Noivern , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:85
Attack:70
Defense:80
Sp. Attak:97
Sp. Defense:80
Speed:123
TOTAL:535

37. Duraludon

Is Duraludon a Pseudo-legendary Pokémon?

Duraludon is a dual-type Steel/Dragon Pokémon introduced in Generation VIII. While it is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, Duraludon has a Gigantamax form.

And now, let us see the stats for Duraludon , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:70
Attack:95
Defense:115
Sp. Attak:120
Sp. Defense:50
Speed:85
TOTAL:535

36. Kingdra

Kingdra is a dual-type Water/Dragon Pokémon introduced in Generation II. It evolves from Seadra when traded while holding a Dragon Scale. It is the final form of Horsea.

And now, let us see the stats for Kingdra , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:75
Attack:95
Defense:95
Sp. Attak:95
Sp. Defense:95
Speed:85
TOTAL:540

35. Haxorus

Is Haxorus a Pseudo-legendary Pokemon?

Haxorus is a Dragon-type Pokémon introduced in Generation V. It evolves from Fraxure starting at level 48. It is the final form of Axew.

And now, let us see the stats for Haxorus , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:76
Attack:147
Defense:90
Sp. Attak:60
Sp. Defense:70
Speed:97
TOTAL:540

34. Naganadel

Naganadel is a dual-type Poison/Dragon Pokémon introduced in Generation VII in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. It evolves from Poipole when leveled up while knowing Dragon Pulse. It is one of the Ultra Beasts and is known by the code name UB Stinger.

And now, let us see the stats for Naganadel , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:73
Attack:73
Defense:73
Sp. Attak:127
Sp. Defense:73
Speed:121
TOTAL:540

33. Guzzlord

Guzzlord is a dual-type Dark/Dragon Pokémon introduced in Generation VII. It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon. It is one of the Ultra Beasts and is known by the code name UB-05 Glutton.

And now, let us see the stats for Guzzlord , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:223
Attack:101
Defense:53
Sp. Attak:97
Sp. Defense:53
Speed:43
TOTAL:570

32. Regidrago

Regidrago is a Dragon-type Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation VIII. It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon.cIt is a member of the Legendary titans along with Regirock, Regice, Registeel, and Regieleki.

And now, let us see the stats for Regidrago , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:200
Attack:100
Defense:50
Sp. Attak:100
Sp. Defense:50
Speed:80
TOTAL:580

31. Mega Altaria

Altaria is a dual-type Dragon/Flying Pokémon introduced in Generation III. It evolves from Swablu starting at level 35. Altaria can Mega Evolve into Mega Altaria using the Altarianite.

And now, let us see the stats for Mega Altaria , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:75
Attack:110
Defense:110
Sp. Attak:110
Sp. Defense:105
Speed:80
TOTAL:590

30. Dragonite

Dragonite is a dual-type Dragon/Flying pseudo-legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation I. It evolves from Dragonair starting at level 55. It is the final form of Dratini.

And now, let us see the stats for Dragonite , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:91
Attack:134
Defense:95
Sp. Attak:100
Sp. Defense:100
Speed:80
TOTAL:600

29. Salamence

Salamence is a dual-type Dragon/Flying pseudo-legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation III. It evolves from Shelgon starting at level 50. It is the final form of Bagon. Salamence can Mega Evolve into Mega Salamence using the Salamencite.

And now, let us see the stats for Salamence , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:95
Attack:135
Defense:80
Sp. Attak:110
Sp. Defense:80
Speed:100
TOTAL:600

28. Latias

Latias is a dual-type Dragon/Psychic Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation III. While it is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, Latias can Mega Evolve into Mega Latias using the Latiasite. It is a member of the eon duo of Hoenn along with Latios.

And now, let us see the stats for Latias , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:80
Attack:80
Defense:90
Sp. Attak:110
Sp. Defense:130
Speed:110
TOTAL:600

27. Latios

Latios is a dual-type Dragon/Psychic Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation III. While it is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, Latios can Mega Evolve into Mega Latios using the Latiosite. It is a member of the eon duo of Hoenn along with Latias.

And now, let us see the stats for Latios , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:80
Attack:90
Defense:80
Sp. Attak:130
Sp. Defense:110
Speed:110
TOTAL:600

26. Garchomp

Garchomp is a dual-type Dragon/Ground pseudo-legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation IV. It evolves from Gabite starting at level 48. It is the final form of Gible. Garchomp can Mega Evolve into Mega Garchomp using the Garchompite.

And now, let us see the stats for Garchomp , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:108
Attack:130
Defense:95
Sp. Attak:80
Sp. Defense:85
Speed:102
TOTAL:600

25. Hydreigon

Hydreigon is a dual-type Dark/Dragon pseudo-legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation V. It evolves from Zweilous starting at level 64. It is the final form of Deino.

And now, let us see the stats for Hydreigon , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:92
Attack:105
Defense:90
Sp. Attak:125
Sp. Defense:90
Speed:98
TOTAL:600

24. Goodra

Goodra is a Dragon-type pseudo-legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation VI. It evolves from Sliggoo starting at level 50 when leveled up during rain (or fog in Generation VII) in the overworld. Rain instigated by Rain Dance, Drizzle, or Primordial Sea will not trigger this evolution. It is the final form of Goomy.

And now, let us see the stats for Goodra , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:90
Attack:100
Defense:70
Sp. Attak:110
Sp. Defense:150
Speed:80
TOTAL:600

23. Zygarde (50% Forme)

Zygarde is a dual-type Dragon/Ground Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation VI. While it is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, Zygarde has the following three Formes: Zygarde 10% Forme, one of the Formes introduced in Sun and Moon; Zygarde 50% Forme, the Forme introduced in X and Y; and Zygarde Complete Forme, one of the Formes introduced in Sun and Moon.

Along with these Formes are two basic components of Zygarde: Zygarde Cores, which act as the brains of Zygarde, and Zygarde Cells, which compose Zygarde’s Formes and cannot think. Neither Zygarde Cores nor Zygarde Cells can use moves or are useful in battles by themselves. Both of these components were introduced in Pokémon Sun and Moon. They are stored inside the Zygarde Cube.

And now, let us see the stats for Zygarde (50% Forme) , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:108
Attack:100
Defense:121
Sp. Attak:81
Sp. Defense:95
Speed:95
TOTAL:600

22. Kommo-o

Kommo-o is a dual-type Dragon/Fighting pseudo-legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation VII. It evolves from Hakamo-o starting at level 45. It is the final form of Jangmo-o.

And now, let us see the stats for Kommo-o , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:75
Attack:110
Defense:125
Sp. Attak:100
Sp. Defense:105
Speed:85
TOTAL:600

21. Dragapult

Dragapult is a dual-type Dragon/Ghost pseudo-legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation VIII. It evolves from Drakloak starting at level 60. It is the final form of Dreepy.

And now, let us see the stats for Dragapult , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:88
Attack:120
Defense:75
Sp. Attak:100
Sp. Defense:75
Speed:142
TOTAL:600

20. Mega Ampharos

Ampharos is an Electric-type Pokémon introduced in Generation II. It evolves from Flaaffy starting at level 30. It is the final form of Mareep. Ampharos can Mega Evolve into Mega Ampharos using the Ampharosite.

And now, let us see the stats for Mega Ampharos , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:90
Attack:95
Defense:105
Sp. Attak:165
Sp. Defense:110
Speed:45
TOTAL:610

19. Mega Sceptile

Sceptile is a Grass-type Pokémon introduced in Generation III. It evolves from Grovyle starting at level 36. It is the final form of Treecko. Sceptile can Mega Evolve into Mega Sceptile using the Sceptilite.

And now, let us see the stats for Mega Sceptile , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:70
Attack:110
Defense:75
Sp. Attak:145
Sp. Defense:85
Speed:145
TOTAL:630

18. Mega Charizard X

Charizard is a dual-type Fire/Flying Pokémon introduced in Generation I. It evolves from Charmeleon starting at level 36. It is the final form of Charmander. Charizard has three other forms.

It can Mega Evolve into two forms: Mega Charizard X using Charizardite X, and Mega Charizard Y using Charizardite Y. It has a Gigantamax form. Charizard is the game mascot of both Pokémon Red and FireRed Versions.

And now, let us see the stats for Mega Charizard X , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:78
Attack:130
Defense:111
Sp. Attak:130
Sp. Defense:85
Speed:100
TOTAL:634

17. Kyurem

Kyurem is a dual-type Dragon/Ice Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation V. While it is not known to evolve into or from any Pokémon, Kyurem has two other forms, which are activated by using the DNA Splicers on it and either Reshiram or Zekrom, resulting in a process called Absofusion that removes Reshiram or Zekrom from the party until the fusion is undone. It will then become White Kyurem (with Reshiram) or Black Kyurem (with Zekrom). Along with Reshiram and Zekrom, Kyurem is a member of the Tao trio, which exists in the legends of the Unova region.

And now, let us see the stats for Kyurem , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:125
Attack:130
Defense:90
Sp. Attak:130
Sp. Defense:90
Speed:95
TOTAL:660

16. Rayquaza

Rayquaza is a dual-type Dragon/Flying Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation III. While it is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, Rayquaza can Mega Evolve into Mega Rayquaza if it knows Dragon Ascent, but only if it is not holding a Z-Crystal. It serves to end the conflict between Kyogre and Groudon when Team Magma’s leader Maxie and Team Aqua’s leader Archie awakened them. Along with Kyogre and Groudon, Rayquaza is a part of the super-ancient Pokémon, serving as its trio master. In Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, it plays an important role during the Delta Episode and is required to be caught there to fight Deoxys.

And now, let us see the stats for Rayquaza , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:105
Attack:150
Defense:90
Sp. Attak:150
Sp. Defense:90
Speed:95
TOTAL:680

15. Dialga

Dialga is a dual-type Steel/Dragon Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation IV. It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon. Along with Palkia and Giratina, it is a member of the creation trio of Sinnoh, representing time.

And now, let us see the stats for Dialga , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:100
Attack:120
Defense:120
Sp. Attak:150
Sp. Defense:100
Speed:90
TOTAL:680

14. Palkia

Palkia is a dual-type Water/Dragon Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation IV. It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon. Along with Dialga and Giratina, it is a member of the creation trio of Sinnoh, representing space.

And now, let us see the stats for Palkia , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:90
Attack:120
Defense:100
Sp. Attak:150
Sp. Defense:120
Speed:100
TOTAL:680

13. Giratina (Altered & Origin Forme)

Giratina is a dual-type Ghost/Dragon Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation IV. While it is not known to evolve to or from any other Pokémon, Giratina has a second forme activated by giving Giratina a Griseous Orb to hold, or while it is in its home, the Distortion World. Its original forme, Altered Forme, will then become Origin Forme. Along with Dialga and Palkia, it is a member of the creation trio of Sinnoh, representing antimatter.

And now, let us see the stats for Giratina , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

Altered FormeOrigin Forme
HP:150150
Attack:100120
Defense:120100
Sp. Attak:100120
Sp. Defense:120100
Speed:9090
TOTAL:680680

12. Reshiram

Reshiram is a dual-type Dragon/Fire Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation V. It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon. Along with Zekrom and Kyurem, it is a member of the Tao trio, which exists in the legends of the Unova region. Reshiram fuses with Kyurem using the DNA Splicers to become White Kyurem.

And now, let us see the stats for Reshiram , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:100
Attack:120
Defense:100
Sp. Attak:150
Sp. Defense:120
Speed:90
TOTAL:680

11. Zekrom

Zekrom is a dual-type Dragon/Electric Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation V. It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon. Along with Reshiram and Kyurem, it is a member of the Tao trio, which exists in the legends of the Unova Region. Zekrom fuses with Kyurem using the DNA Splicers to become Black Kyurem.

And now, let us see the stats for Zekrom , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:100
Attack:150
Defense:120
Sp. Attak:120
Sp. Defense:100
Speed:90
TOTAL:680

10. Eternatus

Eternatus is a dual-type Poison/Dragon Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation VIII. While it is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, the player battles a powered-up form of Eternatus known as Eternamax Eternatus in the climax of Pokémon Sword and Shield. This form is also briefly seen when it uses its signature move, Eternabeam, but cannot be acquired legitimately in-game.

And now, let us see the stats for Eternatus , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:140
Attack:85
Defense:95
Sp. Attak:145
Sp. Defense:95
Speed:130
TOTAL:690

9. Mega Salamence

Salamence is a dual-type Dragon/Flying pseudo-legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation III. It evolves from Shelgon starting at level 50. It is the final form of Bagon. Salamence can Mega Evolve into Mega Salamence using the Salamencite.

And now, let us see the stats for Mega Salamence , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:95
Attack:145
Defense:130
Sp. Attak:120
Sp. Defense:90
Speed:120
TOTAL:700

8. Mega Latias

Latias is a dual-type Dragon/Psychic Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation III. While it is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, Latias can Mega Evolve into Mega Latias using the Latiasite. It is a member of the eon duo of Hoenn along with Latios.

And now, let us see the stats for Mega Latias , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:80
Attack:100
Defense:120
Sp. Attak:140
Sp. Defense:150
Speed:110
TOTAL:700

7. Mega Latios

Latios is a dual-type Dragon/Psychic Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation III. While it is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, Latios can Mega Evolve into Mega Latios using the Latiosite. It is a member of the eon duo of Hoenn along with Latias.

And now, let us see the stats for Mega Latios , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:80
Attack:130
Defense:100
Sp. Attak:160
Sp. Defense:120
Speed:110
TOTAL:700

6. Mega Garchomp

Garchomp is a dual-type Dragon/Ground pseudo-legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation IV. It evolves from Gabite starting at level 48. It is the final form of Gible. Garchomp can Mega Evolve into Mega Garchomp using the Garchompite.

And now, let us see the stats for Mega Garchomp , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:108
Attack:170
Defense:115
Sp. Attak:120
Sp. Defense:95
Speed:92
TOTAL:700

5. Black Kyurem / White Kyurem

Kyurem is a dual-type Dragon/Ice Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation V. While it is not known to evolve into or from any Pokémon, Kyurem has two other forms, which are activated by using the DNA Splicers on it and either Reshiram or Zekrom, resulting in a process called Absofusion that removes Reshiram or Zekrom from the party until the fusion is undone. It will then become White Kyurem (with Reshiram) or Black Kyurem (with Zekrom). Along with Reshiram and Zekrom, Kyurem is a member of the Tao trio, which exists in the legends of the Unova region.

And now, let us see the stats for Black and White Kyurem , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

Black KyuremWhite Kyurem
HP:125125
Attack:170120
Defense:10090
Sp. Attak:120170
Sp. Defense:90100
Speed:9595
TOTAL:700700

4. Zygarde (Complete Forme)

Zygarde is a dual-type Dragon/Ground Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation VI. While it is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, Zygarde has the following three Formes: Zygarde 10% Forme, one of the Formes introduced in Sun and Moon; Zygarde 50% Forme, the Forme introduced in X and Y; and Zygarde Complete Forme, one of the Formes introduced in Sun and Moon.

Along with these Formes are two basic components of Zygarde: Zygarde Cores, which act as the brains of Zygarde, and Zygarde Cells, which compose Zygarde’s Formes and cannot think.

Neither Zygarde Cores nor Zygarde Cells can use moves or are useful in battles by themselves. Both of these components were introduced in Pokémon Sun and Moon. They are stored inside the Zygarde Cube.

And now, let us see the stats for Zygarde (Complete Forme) , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:216
Attack:100
Defense:121
Sp. Attak:91
Sp. Defense:95
Speed:85
TOTAL:708

3. Ultra Necrozma

Necrozma is a Psychic-type Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation VII. While it is not known to evolve into or from any Pokémon, Necrozma has three other forms: Dusk Mane Necrozma, Psychic/Steel, a fusion with Solgaleo using the N-Solarizer; Dawn Wings Necrozma, Psychic/Ghost, a fusion with Lunala using the N-Lunarizer, and; Ultra Necrozma, Psychic/Dragon, a form obtainable when either Dusk Mane Necrozma or Dawn Wings Necrozma uses Ultra Burst. Necrozma is a member of the Light trio along with Solgaleo and Lunala.

And now, let us see the stats for Ultra Necrozma , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:97
Attack:167
Defense:97
Sp. Attak:167
Sp. Defense:97
Speed:129
TOTAL:754

2. Mega Rayquaza

Rayquaza is a dual-type Dragon/Flying Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation III. While it is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, Rayquaza can Mega Evolve into Mega Rayquaza if it knows Dragon Ascent, but only if it is not holding a Z-Crystal. It serves to end the conflict between Kyogre and Groudon when Team Magma’s leader Maxie and Team Aqua’s leader Archie awakened them.

Along with Kyogre and Groudon, Rayquaza is a part of the super-ancient Pokémon, serving as its trio master. In Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, it plays an important role during the Delta Episode and is required to be caught there to fight Deoxys.

And now, let us see the stats for Mega Rayquaza , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:105
Attack:180
Defense:100
Sp. Attak:180
Sp. Defense:100
Speed:115
TOTAL:780

1. Eternamax Eternatus

Eternatus is a dual-type Poison/Dragon Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation VIII. While it is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, the player battles a powered-up form of Eternatus known as Eternamax Eternatus in the climax of Pokémon Sword and Shield.

This form is also briefly seen when it uses its signature move, Eternabeam, but cannot be acquired legitimately in-game. Eternamax Eternatus is both the strongest Dragon-type Pokémon and the strongest Pokémon of all that are currently known, based on pure stats.

And now, let us see the stats for Eternamax Eternatus , which explain why we put him on this spot on our list and why he is ranked higher or lower than the other Dragon-type Pokémon on this list:

HP:255
Attack:115
Defense:250
Sp. Attak:125
Sp. Defense:250
Speed:130
TOTAL:1125

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