Dragon Tail

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Dragon Tail
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Dragon Tail is a Dragon-type damage-dealing move.


Dragon Tail inflicts damage at a decreased-priority disposition, ensuring that the opponent will always premove the user unless they are using a lower-tier priority move or a same-tier priority move wherein they win the tie-breakers.

Thereupon inflicting damage, it will forcibly switch out the opponent's Pokémon to the next-available Pokémon in the positional arrangement of their lineup; if it is used against their sixth Pokémon, it will circle back to the lead Pokémon and check for the next-available Pokémon therefrom. If there are no battleable Pokémon in the opponent's lineup, Dragon Tail will monofunctionally inflict damage.

Against wild Pokémon, Dragon Tail will end the battle if the user's level is equal or greater to the wild Pokémon's.

Due to the nullity of all switch-out functions against bosses, Dragon Tail will be completely functionless against all boss-NPC Pokémon; this includes its damage-dealing effect, as it will inflict no damage to them in addition to its inability to switch out their operative Pokémon.


No.PokémonType 1Type 2Level
147 147Icon.png Dratini Dragon 31
148 148Icon.png Dragonair Dragon 33
149 149Icon.png Dragonite Dragon Flying 33
330 330Icon.png Flygon Ground Dragon 29
350 350Icon.png Milotic Water 24
373 373Icon.png Salamence Dragon Flying 1
621 621Icon.png Druddigon Dragon 45
691 691Icon.png Dragalge Poison Dragon 59
696 696Icon.png Tyrunt Rock Dragon 30
697 697Icon.png Tyrantrum Rock Dragon 30

Emboldened Pokémon avail from a STAB bonus for this move.


No.PokémonType 1Type 2
006 6Icon.png Charizard Fire Flying
009 9Icon.png Blastoise Water
024 24Icon.png Arbok Poison
031 31Icon.png Nidoqueen Poison Ground
034 34Icon.png Nidoking Poison Ground
095 95Icon.png Onix Rock Ground
103A 103AIcon.png Alolan Exeggutor Grass Dragon
108 108Icon.png Lickitung Normal
112 112Icon.png Rhydon Ground Rock
130 130Icon.png Gyarados Water Flying
147 147Icon.png Dratini Dragon
148 148Icon.png Dragonair Dragon
149 149Icon.png Dragonite Dragon Flying
151 151Icon.png Mew Psychic
154 154Icon.png Meganium Grass
160 160Icon.png Feraligatr Water
199 199Icon.png Slowking Water Psychic
208 208Icon.png Steelix Steel Ground
248 248Icon.png Tyranitar Rock Dark
249 249Icon.png Lugia Psychic Flying
306 306Icon.png Aggron Steel Rock
330 330Icon.png Flygon Ground Dragon
336 336Icon.png Seviper Poison
350 350Icon.png Milotic Water
373 373Icon.png Salamence Dragon Flying
383 383Icon.png Groudon Ground
384 384Icon.png Rayquaza Dragon Flying
409 409Icon.png Rampardos Rock
445 445Icon.png Garchomp Dragon Ground
463 463Icon.png Lickilicky Normal
464 464Icon.png Rhyperior Ground Rock
483 483Icon.png Dialga Steel Dragon
484 484Icon.png Palkia Water Dragon
487 487Icon.png Giratina Ghost Dragon
497 497Icon.png Serperior Grass
503 503Icon.png Samurott Water
553 553Icon.png Krookodile Ground Dark
559 559Icon.png Scraggy Dark Fighting
560 560Icon.png Scrafty Dark Fighting
567 567Icon.png Archeops Rock Flying
604 604Icon.png Eelektross Electric
611 611Icon.png Fraxure Dragon
612 612Icon.png Haxorus Dragon
621 621Icon.png Druddigon Dragon
633 633Icon.png Deino Dark Dragon
634 634Icon.png Zweilous Dark Dragon
635 635Icon.png Hydreigon Dark Dragon
643 643Icon.png Reshiram Dragon Fire
644 644Icon.png Zekrom Dragon Electric
646 646Icon.png Kyurem Dragon Ice
691 691Icon.png Dragalge Poison Dragon
694 694Icon.png Helioptile Electric Normal
695 695Icon.png Heliolisk Electric Normal
696 696Icon.png Tyrunt Rock Dragon
697 697Icon.png Tyrantrum Rock Dragon
698 698Icon.png Amaura Rock Ice
699 699Icon.png Aurorus Rock Ice
706 706Icon.png Goodra Dragon
718 718Icon.png Zygarde Dragon Ground

Emboldened Pokémon avail from a STAB bonus for this move.