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top ten Dragon Pokémon, ranked

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Duraludon

Introduced in Generation VIII's Sword and Shield, Duraludon is a dinosaur-like dragon whose strength is often overlooked in favor of other dragon-types in its generation.

Altaria

Unfortunately abandoned from Generation VIII's Pokédex, Altria's power is not to be taken lightly as are its wings. 

Altaria

With a trick in the form of Apple Pie and a Gigantamax look to shake things up, Appleton certainly has a lot going for itself.

Noivern

Noivaran is the second bat evolutionary line in Pokémon history, the first to have the memorable Zubat family.

Dracozolt

What do you get when you cross a Drake Fossil with a Bird? Dracozolt, that is, and any player will be glad they did.

Kommo-o

Komo-o is both dragon-type and fighting-type. It's the weakest on our list because it had the double weakness of the Fairy-Types.

Goodra

Gudra is a pure dragon-type with a very high special defense stat. It can learn Sap Sipper's superb ability, which makes it immune to grass-type moves.

Flygon

Introduced in the third generation, the Flygon is popular for both its design and the interesting variant combination of Ground and Dragon.

Haxorus

It's great for pure dragon-type attacks and stab moves. It can learn attack boosters like Dragon Dance and Sword Dance.

Hydreigon

Sharing the same type as Sharpedo, Hydreigon is Dark and Dragon-Type. It gives other Pokémon a run for their money due to its high special attack status.