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Dragon (type)

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==Trivia==
* [[Generation V]] introduced the most Dragon-type Pokémon of any generation, with 10, and [[Generation II]] introduced the fewest Dragon-type Pokémon, with only {{p|Kingdra|one}}.
* [[Generation IV]] introduced the most Dragon-type moves of any generation, with five, while [[Generation IVI]] introduced the fewest, with only {{m|Dragon Rage|one}} (although there was no way to do super-effective Dragon-type damage nor get {{STAB}} from a Dragon-type move in this generation because the Dragon-type attack introduced here always deals 40 HP of damage, and no type resisted or was immune to the Dragon type, making it the only type to have ever had this distinction, despite the fact that there were no Dragon-type moves that utilized the [[Pokémon Red and Green beta#Super Effective Dragon type|standard damage formula]] in Generation I, making this a moot point)zero.
** ThereThe areDragon onlytype seventeenis the only Dragon-type moves,for which a move was not introduced in [[Generation VI]]. This is also the fewestonly instance of any generation not introducing a move for a type after that type's introduction.
** There are only eighteen Dragon-type moves, the fewest of any type.
** The Dragon type also has the fewest number of non-damaging moves out of all of the types, with only {{m|Dragon Dance|one}}.
* In Generation I, there was no way to do super-effective Dragon-type damage, since the then-only Dragon-type attack, {{m|Dragon Rage}}, always deals 40 HP of damage.
** Also, for the same reason, there was no way to get {{STAB}} from a Dragon-type move in Generation I.
* In Generation I, no type resisted or was immune to the Dragon type, making it the only type to have ever had this distinction. However, there were no Dragon-type moves that utilized the [[Pokémon_Red_and_Green_beta#Super_Effective_Dragon_type|standard damage formula]] in Generation I, making this a moot point.
* It has never been possible for any Pokémon to have either a double weakness or a double resistance to Dragon.
* [[Sinnoh]] is the only region without a notable Dragon-type [[Type expert|specialist]].
* The Dragon type is the only type for which a move was not introduced in [[Generation VI]]. This is also the only instance of any generation not introducing a move for a type after that type's introduction.
* In [[Generation III]], all Dragon-type moves were {{OBP|Cool|condition}} moves.
* The Dragon type is the most common type to serve as [[gameversion mascot]], with seven Dragon-type Pokémon having served as mascots for eight games of the core series.
* Dragon-type moves have the most [[held item]]s that boost their power: [[Draco Plate]], [[Dragon Fang]], [[Dragon Gem]], all three [[timespace orbs]], and the [[Soul Dew]] (as of Generation VII).
* The Dragon type resists all three of the traditional primary types of core series [[starter Pokémon]]: {{t|Grass}}, {{t|Fire}}, and {{t|Water}}. In addition, it resists {{t|Electric}}, which was the type of the player's {{OBP|Red's Pikachu|game|starter}} in {{game|Yellow}}.
* Currently, there are no Dragon-type Pokémon that evolve by a method other than leveling up.
* More Pokémon gain the Dragon type through Mega Evolution than any other type, with three.
* The Dragon type is one of the six types whose moves are all allowed in [[Sky Battle]]s, the others being the {{t|Bug}}, {{t|Dark}}, {{t|Flying}}, {{t|Ghost}}, and {{t|Ice}} types.
 
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