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Clair's Dragonair

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Clair's Dragonair
イブキの'ハクリュー Ibuki's Hakuryu
Poké Ball
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Clair and Dragonair
Debuts in Beauty is Skin Deep
Caught at Johto
Evolves in Beauty is Skin Deep
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location With Clair
Dratini Dragonair
This Pokémon spent 1+ episodes as Dratini.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Dratini Megumi Hayashibara
As Dragonair Megumi Hayashibara

Clair’s Dragonair (Japanese: イブキの'ハクリュー Ibuki’s Hakuryu) is Clair's main battling Pokémon in the anime, and Clair also has three in the Generation II games.

In the anime

Dragonair first appeared as a Dratini in the episode Beauty is Skin Deep. Its voice actress in both Japanese and English is Megumi Hayashibara.

It was shedding its skin and Clair was protecting it at that time. When Team Rocket tried to steal Dratini, Clair protected it which led it to evolve into Dragonair.

It later appeared in Fangs for Nothin' where it tried to stop Team Rocket from stealing the Dragon Fang. When the Dragon Holy Land was in flames, Dragonair helped to put out the fire. It also helped to calm the rampaging Dragonite along with Charizard and Pikachu.

Clair used it in the gym battle against Ash in Better Eight Than Never. With its speed and power, it defeated Ash's Pikachu easily. With a wide range of moves like Dragon Rage, it proved to be a tough challenge for Charizard as well. But finally it was able to defeat Dragonair with Seismic Toss earning Ash the Rising Badge.

Dragonair also appeared along with Clair in Why? Why Not! where it helped Ash find his missing gym badges which were stolen by Team Rocket.

Moves used

Using Twister Move First Used In
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Twister Beauty is Skin Deep
Wrap Better Eight Than Never
Thunder Wave Great Bowls of Fire!
Safeguard Great Bowls of Fire!
Hyper Beam Great Bowls of Fire!
Iron Tail Better Eight Than Never
Dragon Rage Better Eight Than Never
An x shows that the move cannot be legitimately learned by this Pokémon in the games.
  Moves used recently are in bold unless all moves all fit this case.

In the games

As mentioned above, Clair has three Dragonair in the games, but they are not her highest leveled Pokémon, her Kingdra is. Just like Clair, they only appear in Gold, Silver, and Crystal, the Generation II games.

Gold, Silver, and Crystal

Spr 2g 148.png
Types:
Dragon Unknown
Held item:
None
Dragonair Lv.37
Thunder Wave
Electric
Surf
Water
Slam
Normal
DragonBreath
Dragon
Spr 2g 148.png
Types:
Dragon Unknown
Held item:
None
Dragonair Lv.37
Thunder Wave
Electric
Thunderbolt
Electric
Slam
Normal
DragonBreath
Dragon
Spr 2g 148.png
Types:
Dragon Unknown
Held item:
None
Dragonair Lv.37
Thunder Wave
Electric
Slam
Normal
Ice Beam
Ice
DragonBreath
Dragon

Stadium 2

148.png
Types:
Dragon Unknown
Held item:
Dragon Fang
Dragonair Lv.50
Outrage
Dragon
Surf
Water
Blizzard
Ice
Thunder
Electric

Trivia

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Dratini and Dragonair.
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