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Dragonair used Dragon Dance by Aether108

Skylar is an 18 year old college kid from the USA but you can name her how you want. Her source of power are Ramen Noodles and she can talk a bit Japanese.

I think she is a mystical being and will return when we do Gen II. You know, for more mystical stuff. You can see her gallery here. But be nice there…

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“The user vigorously performs a mystic, powerful dance that boosts its Attack and Speed stats”

Dragon Dance is an incredibly useful move in which the user performs a mystical dance that ups its speed and attack stats. This is an incredibly useful thing for a dragon to be able to do considering how much power the type musters in the first place, something like this can only make them even stronger. It’s the only Dragon-type status move.

 

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Dragonair used Water Pulse by Sharkfishy

This Artist is from Ireland and Dragonair is the currently last artwork in his? her? gallery while it was done in June already. 

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“The user attacks the target with a pulsing blast of water. It may also confuse the target”

Water Pulse is a classic Water-type move in which the user sends out pulses in waves that also has a 20% chance of confusing the foe. It is a very common move for Water Pokemon to learn and something of great advantage for a non-Water type such as Dragonair. This move is considered beautiful by judges in the Pokemon contests.

 

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“A mystical Pokémon that exudes a gentle aura. Has the ability to change climate conditions”

Dragonair is a Dragon-Type Pokemon and the evolved form of Dratini. It is a very large sea-serpent Pokemon with its name being derived from ‘dragon’ and ‘air’ which makes sense considering this Pokemon can expand the ting wings on its head and use them to fly! If Dragonair’s body takes on an aura, it can change weather patterns in an instant.

 

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