Ash's Dracovish

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Ash's Dracovish
サトシのウオノラゴン Satoshi's Uonoragon
Poké Ball
Ash Dracovish.png
Ash's Dracovish
Debuts in A Pinch of This, a Pinch of That!
Caught at Wild Area
Evolves in A Pinch of This, a Pinch of That!
Gender Gender unknown
Ability Strong Jaw
Nature Naive*
Current location With Ash
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This Pokémon spent less than 1 episode as fossils.
Voice actor Japanese English
As fossils N/A
As Dracovish Kenyu Horiuchi Sean Schemmel

Ash's Dracovish (Japanese: サトシのウオノラゴン Satoshi's Uonoragon) was the fifth Pokémon that Ash caught in Pokémon Journeys: The Series, the second one he caught in the Galar region, and his fifty-seventh overall.

In the anime

History

Dracovish and Ash

Dracovish first appeared when Cara Liss and Bray Zenn restored it and an Arctozolt from Fossils they had discovered in the Wild Area. Ash attempted to greet it, but it responded by trying to bite him and then proceeded to chase him and Pikachu. As it chased Ash, he commanded Pikachu to use Electroweb to stop it, but Dracovish tore through it and accidentally attacked Arctozolt, which got angered and created a field of ice using Icy Wind, that both Ash and Dracovish slipped on, resulting in Ash winding up on top of the Fossil Pokémon as it ran away. It ran a long way to a pond, where Ash realized it had just wanted a swim. After they had returned to their starting point, Cara Liss and Bray Zenn let Ash and Goh keep the Fossil Pokémon, since they had already gotten the data they wanted about them. As such, Ash caught Dracovish, while Goh caught Arctozolt.

Dracovish in the Kids Marine Athletic Race

In On Land, In the Sea, and to the Future!, Ash entered Dracovish in the Kids Marine Athletic Race. After winning the race, Dracovish helped to free Chloe from a cave she had been trapped in by using its newly revealed Fishious Rend.

In Thrash of the Titans!, Ash used Dracovish in his World Coronation Series battle against Iris at the Opelucid Gym, sending it out against Iris's Dragonite. Dracovish succeeded in catching Dragonite in its mouth with Fishious Rend, before defeating it with a super effective Ice Fang. Next, Dracovish went up against Iris's Haxorus, but was quickly defeated by a combination of Dragon Pulse and Psycho Cut.

In The Arceus Chronicles (Part 3), Dracovish helped in an attempt to stop a rampaging Heatran from reaching Spear Pillar.

In The Future is Now, Thanks to Strategy!, Dracovish became fascinated by Sirfetch'd's leek as it was trying to learn Meteor Assault during Ash's visit to the Lumiose Gym. By biting down on the leek, Dracovish inadvertently ended up stabilizing it enough to help Sirfetch'd master the move. Dracovish subsequently joined Sirfetch'd in a Double Battle against Clemont, during which it mimicked Sirfetch'd's Meteor Assault pose and ended up learning Dragon Rush as a result. With this new move, it swiftly defeated Clemont's Diggersby, giving Ash the victory.

Dracovish facing Drasna's Noivern

In Taking Two For The Team!, Ash used Dracovish as his second Pokémon in his World Coronation Series match against Drasna at the Kalos League stadium. It first went up against Noivern, who managed to cut Dracovish's stamina in half with Super Fang, but was so badly hit by Dracovish's Ice Fang in the process that Drasna subsequently recalled it and sent out her Altaria, which she soon proceeded to Mega Evolve. Although Ash got the idea to drench Altaria's feathers with Water Gun, his strategy to exploit this failed due to him not knowing that Mega Altaria is part Fairy type, rendering Dracovish's Dragon Rush useless against it. As such, Ash chose to then recall Dracovish, but it almost immediately came back out to cheer for Sirfetch'd. After Sirfetch'd had taken Altaria down with it, Dracovish returned to the battle, with Sirfetch'd cheering for it. With this mental support, Dracovish was able to push through Noivern's attacks and defeat it, making Ash the winner of the match and increasing his ranking.

Strong Jaw activated

In Reuniting for the First Time!, Ash used Dracovish during his battle against Wallace in Lilycove City, using it against Wallace's Walrein. Both Pokémon were eventually recalled.

In JN114, Ash visited Pallet Town and introduced his Pokémon to his new friends that he caught during his journey around the world, including Dracovish. During the visit, Dracovish relaxed with Glalie. Dracovish then watched Ash's battle against Paul, where he emerged victorious. Before Ash left his hometown, it posed with the rest of Ash's Pokémon in a group photo with him.

In JN118, Dracovish was the first Pokémon Ash used during his Masters Eight Tournament match against Steven. It first battled against Metagross, managing to deal some damage to it with a powerful Fishious Rend, but was later defeated by Aggron after a collision between Heavy Slam and Dragon Rush.

In JN124, Dracovish was Ash's fourth Pokémon used to battle Cynthia in the Masters Eight Tournament, where it was first pitted against her Garchomp, who was soon swapped for Roserade. The Bouquet Pokémon managed to poison Dracovish with Poison Jab before being defeated. Though Ash tried to recall Dracovish, it refused to be switched out and went on to fight Cynthia's Milotic, managing to deal heavy damage to it before going down.

Personality and characteristics

Dracovish biting Sirfetch'd's leek

Dracovish has a habit of nibbling on people's heads, especially Ash. Dracovish even likes playing in places where there is a lot of water to swim in and enjoys spending time with other Water Pokémon, as shown by it hanging out with Goh's Water Pokémon at the Cerise Laboratory. While Dracovish is a somewhat slow swimmer, its strong legs and gills allow it to run underwater at high speeds if it sinks to the bottom. In On Land, In the Sea, and to the Future!, its unusual body composition helped it and Ash come in first in the Kids Marine Athletic Race.

Dracovish strongly dislikes disappointing Ash, becoming extremely determined to prove itself, as shown in On Land, In the Sea, and to the Future! when it used Fishious Rend after Ash assured it that it was alright if it did not know the move, and in JN124 where it got poisoned by Roserade's Poison Jab and became very agitated as a result.

Dracovish can be easily distracted; not realizing it had been called out to battle in Thrash of the Titans! and instead started nibbling on Ash. However it is extremely eager when it comes to Pokémon battles, showing a similar tendency to get fired up like Ash. It rushes to take on opponents during battles such as Ash and Pikachu when it was first revived, and defeated Iris's Dragonite in its first ever official battle.

Dracovish developed a close friendship with Sirfetch'd after training with it at the Lumiose Gym, especially when Sirfetch'd gave it permission to bite on its leek as thanks for its help in mastering Meteor Assault. Also, during the battle against Drasna in Taking Two For The Team!, Dracovish stayed out of its Poké Ball to cheer Sirfetch'd on. Dracovish seems to be drawn towards other swaying movements as well, such as the plumage on Altaria's head, and easily gets the urge to bite down on whatever's making the motion.

Moves used

Ash Dracovish Dragon Rush.png
Using Dragon Rush
Move First Used In
Water Gun A Pinch of This, a Pinch of That!
Fishious Rend On Land, In the Sea, and to the Future!
Ice Fang Thrash of the Titans!
Dragon Rush The Future is Now, Thanks to Strategy!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Fossils

Main article: Fossil
The Fossilized Drake and Fossilized Fish that Dracovish was restored from
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Artwork

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Second poster for the Japanese version of
Pokémon Journeys: The Series
Artwork from "After the story" [1]

In the manga

Pokémon Journeys: The Series

Dracovish was used in Ash's World Coronation Series battle against Iris in JNM19.

Moves used

Move First Used In
Ice Fang JNM19
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


In the games

Core series games

Dracovish, along with the rest of Ash's Journeys team, was made available in Pokémon Sword and Shield through Pokémon anime broadcasts in Japan. These Pokémon utilize a common password which was revealed during the Japanese TV broadcasts. Players could claim Dracovish with the password GANJ0UAG0882, a reference to its Ability Strong Jaw (Japanese: がんじょうあご Strong Jaw), and its National Pokédex number. It has 31 IVs in Attack, Defense, and Speed, as well as 30 IVs in HP, Special Attack, and Special Defense.

#882  Dracovish (ウオノラゴン) Galar symbol.png
Dynamax level: 0
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Type:
WaterIC.png DragonIC.png
Ability: Strong Jaw
Held item: None
ID: 210108
OT: サトシ
Met: the Pokémon animated show (fateful encounter)
Nature: Naive
Ribbon: Classic Ribbon Classic Ribbon
Fishious Rend
Water icon PE.pngWater PhysicalIC SwSh.png
Dragon Rush
Dragon icon PE.pngDragon PhysicalIC SwSh.png
Ice Fang
Ice icon PE.pngIce PhysicalIC SwSh.png
Water Gun
Water icon PE.pngWater SpecialIC SwSh.png
Games Method Location Duration
SwSh Password hide August 12 to 25, 2022
Moves in bold can be taught again at the Move Reminder as a special move if forgotten.
This Pokémon may only be redeemed once per save file.
Date received is the date on the system when the gift is redeemed.
This Pokémon is Japanese in origin, regardless of the language of the game.

Spin-off games

Dracovish in Pokémon Masters EX

Pokémon Masters EX

Dracovish, along with the rest of Ash's Pokémon Journeys: The Series team, appears during The Classic Thunderbolt and Blazing Battle with Ash special events in Pokémon Masters EX.

Pokémon Mezastar

Dracovish appears in Pokémon Mezastar as one of Ash's Pokémon. It appears as an opponent during the first Super Tag set.

As an opponent

Mezastar Water type.pngMezastar Dragon type.png
Dracovish
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Mezastar Dragon type.png Outrage


Trivia

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Dracovish.

References



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