The evolution of Dragonair to Dragonite has always been in question.
Pokemon gives a lot to talk about, as it showed us the latest trailer for Pokemon Scarlett and Pokemon Purple Lots of content Which we will see in the title of the Nintendo Switch, including here a phenomenon crystallization, which will enhance the Pokémon moves that this transformation is available in. Given this hypothesis, it must be said that One of the Pokemon that appeared with this mechanic was Dragonite.
This is because at some point in the trailer we can see the number of coaches Encounter the Dragonite in the teraraidWhich leads to confirmation of this on the one hand It will not have a regional formatAt the same time, it looks like we’ll see this Pokemon in the Nintendo Switch title. Of course, before talking about the game, we must deal with the concept of Dragonite itself.
Dragonite’s appearance doesn’t make sense when looking at its previous evolutionary phases
Under this same assumption, it must be said that the fact that Dragonair’s evolution in Dragonite is a very drastic change, since many see it as illogical for a plump dragon to come out of some snake-shaped Pokémon that are so elegant. And all this knowing that Dragonite is considered one of the best Pokemon in its beginnings.
In this way, there are those who even believe that its evolution was a mistake and that Gyarados was a Pokémon that was originally programmed to be the evolution of Dragonair (which indicates a certain lack of knowledge about the origin of Pokémon and Magikarp) and this also appears in the artists themselves, who make drawings that give Dragonair alternate evolution And that it’s more in line with its basic design, as Reddit user SenZephyr did:
You can see it in this drawing Dragonite will be blue and slimmer with serpentine featuresBeing such, he was stepping back from his chubby features to be sharper. A work that reflects the desire of many fans but that does not detract from the fact of it Dragonite Pokemon is still very popular however.
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