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Old August 25th, 2012, 01:41 AM
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Your Trainer Sprite: Iris (Champion)

2 Partner Pokemon(First a Dragon type, second from Dragon Family): Dragonite, Gyarados

Why have you chosen to become a Dragon Tamer?: ...Nngh. So, freaking, cool!

I kind of like Dragon's Den? Didn't really take me long fishing with a good rod to find myself a dratini. I think surfing is just a really bad way to find them. I also feel like Dragon's Den was less supposed to stand on it's own and more for atmosphere. Yet another gym leader has denied you your gym badge, and you now have to go talk to her superiors to get it.

Now... the elders lurking in Dragon's Den are particularly interesting. They seem to serve some very important purpose to dragon tamers, though it's not /completely/ clear what.
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Old August 26th, 2012, 12:02 AM
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Welcome PkMnTrainer Yellow!! Interesting choices of Dragon Pokemon. Why did you choose just the popular Generation 1 Dragons over the rest? Interesting you brought up the elders. What do you think they really are? Do you think they were once Dragon leaders during their prime as well?

The most recent topic seemed to be a little to much for now, I'll save it for future uses

New Topic!
How often do you use Dragon-type Pokemon in battle?
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Old August 26th, 2012, 12:38 AM
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How often do you use Dragon-type Pokemon in battle?

Not much actually. I really do love them, however compared to all other types, these are so goddang rare, you'll either first get one late in the game or through spending a lot of money. To add onto that, they take sooo long to train, so that's greatly to my disadvantage, since I don't really want to train Pokémon if I have nothing to with them afterwards, and since I've never owned any games where you can battle and trade through wi-fi and stuff, I've had to do it with my friends, who don't play Pokémon any more lol. So yeah, only game I've ever really bothered to fully evolve a Dragon type Pokémon was in my Silver, partly because my friends played it back then, but mostly because it had such a huge post-game, I had lots of time to do it :D

But yeah, if I get any of the newer games, I'm definitely gonna get myself some Dragon types :p
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Old August 26th, 2012, 05:05 AM
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@Sector Revenge: To be honest, because I couldn't choose another dragon as my second choice. :P I probably would've chosen Haxorus if I could've. I was honestly torn between Gyarados and Arbok as well, and either Flygon, Latias, or Salamence could've stood on Gyarados' level.

How often do you use Dragon-type Pokemon in battle?
Constantly. I rarely manage to have 0 dragon pokemon on any given team.
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Old August 27th, 2012, 07:47 AM
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How often do you use Dragon-type Pokemon in battle?

Not much actually. I really do love them, however compared to all other types, these are so goddang rare, you'll either first get one late in the game or through spending a lot of money. To add onto that, they take sooo long to train, so that's greatly to my disadvantage, since I don't really want to train Pokémon if I have nothing to with them afterwards, and since I've never owned any games where you can battle and trade through wi-fi and stuff, I've had to do it with my friends, who don't play Pokémon any more lol. So yeah, only game I've ever really bothered to fully evolve a Dragon type Pokémon was in my Silver, partly because my friends played it back then, but mostly because it had such a huge post-game, I had lots of time to do it :D

But yeah, if I get any of the newer games, I'm definitely gonna get myself some Dragon types :p
D: You're missing out on a great experience with Dragon Pokemon. They are a one of a kind, rarity specie. You must give them a test drive at least, every single one of them. :x Have you at least used the one from the family group? Like Charizard or Gyarados, etc?
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@Sector Revenge: To be honest, because I couldn't choose another dragon as my second choice. I probably would've chosen Haxorus if I could've. I was honestly torn between Gyarados and Arbok as well, and either Flygon, Latias, or Salamence could've stood on Gyarados' level.

How often do you use Dragon-type Pokemon in battle?
Constantly. I rarely manage to have 0 dragon pokemon on any given team.
That's kind of the point, to make things interesting rather than just two simple Dragon types. \m/

I have an interesting topic that we're going forward with.
Dragons usually have scale, rough skin. Which Dragon Pokemon do you think does NOT have a scale, rough skin?
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Old August 27th, 2012, 12:02 PM
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Your Trainer Sprite: See my avatar. Unless you require me to have one of the listed 6, then I'd go with Clair.
Yeah just go with Clair
2 Partner Pokemon(First a Dragon type, second from Dragon Family): Dragonite, Charmeleon

Why have you chosen to become a Dragon Tamer?: Dragon pokemon have always fasinated me. I find them to be loyal, friendly, and still able to get me out of sticky situations.

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Dragons usually have scale, rough skin. Which Dragon Pokemon do you think does NOT have a scale, rough skin?
Not sure if that question is a quiz or an opinion, but I'll answer hoping/assuming it's an opinion. While all of the Pokemon appear smooth as sprites, I honestly think that Latios and Latias don't have scales and aren't rough.
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Old August 27th, 2012, 01:01 PM
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Your Trainer Sprite: See my avatar. Unless you require me to have one of the listed 6, then I'd go with Clair.
Yeah just go with Clair
2 Partner Pokemon(First a Dragon type, second from Dragon Family): Dragonite, Charmeleon

Why have you chosen to become a Dragon Tamer?: Dragon pokemon have always fasinated me. I find them to be loyal, friendly, and still able to get me out of sticky situations.

Answer Current Topic:

Not sure if that question is a quiz or an opinion, but I'll answer hoping/assuming it's an opinion. While all of the Pokemon appear smooth as sprites, I honestly think that Latios and Latias don't have scales and aren't rough.
Welcome -! Interesting name! You're officially a part of our club!

Yes, I agree with Latias & Latios. Would you think they have smooth skin or preferably have fur? Also another I was thinking was Reshiram. It seems she would have hair all over her body by the looks of her design.
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Old August 27th, 2012, 01:43 PM
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Welcome -! Interesting name! You're officially a part of our club!

Yes, I agree with Latias & Latios. Would you think they have smooth skin or preferably have fur? Also another I was thinking was Reshiram. It seems she would have hair all over her body by the looks of her design.
xDDD You aren't the first to say I have an interesting name lol but it's fine.
I kinda think Latias and Latios would have really smooth skin. Although I can see them with short fur, smooth skin would be more...aerodynamic? It would just make more sense seeing them fly.

About Reshiram, it does seem like she'd have fur/hair covering her body, but, taken directly from bulbapedia:
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Long feathers spread out from Reshiram's thighs
So that leads me to think Reshiram would be a mix of fur and feathers. However these are guesses because I haven't really played B/W, so I had to go look up Reshiram xD
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Old August 27th, 2012, 08:57 PM
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Welcome new Dragon member! You think Drayden is hot? :O

Haha is that the only reason why you like Drayden?
Not for the faint-hearted lol:
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Yeah, I believe that's the only reason, hahaha. He's well-built, has sexy green eyes, and wears a delicious-looking outfit. Oh, and that moustache. Ooh yeah. XD


What do you think about the fact that we have a Dragon-type champion again?
Honestly, I'm fine with it. It's not like we have a Dragon-type champion every single time. Besides, Iris is a young, fresh, new female champion, so it isn't repetitive at all. I feel that she is also there to highlight and contrast with Alder's age and seniority.

How often do you use Dragon-type Pokémon in battle?
I raised a Garchomp for my Platinum in-game team. And after the main storyline, I EV-trained a Kingdra just for fun, and then we decided to challenge the Battle Stage of the Battle Frontier. We only managed to clinch a Silver Symbol though. One day, I would want to find time to conquer the Gold Symbol. :D

Dragons usually have scale, rough skin. Which Dragon Pokemon do you think does NOT have a scale, rough skin?
Altaria! :D They have fluffy clouds as their body, hence I don't think they would have a scaly, rough skin. o__o And yes, I agree with that about Reshiram. I imagine its fur to be soft and furry. *__*
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Old August 28th, 2012, 03:57 AM
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Not for the faint-hearted lol:
Spoiler:
Yeah, I believe that's the only reason, hahaha. He's well-built, has sexy green eyes, and wears a delicious-looking outfit. Oh, and that moustache. Ooh yeah. XD


What do you think about the fact that we have a Dragon-type champion again?
Honestly, I'm fine with it. It's not like we have a Dragon-type champion every single time. Besides, Iris is a young, fresh, new female champion, so it isn't repetitive at all. I feel that she is also there to highlight and contrast with Alder's age and seniority.

If that's the case, how do you feel that Iris has taken the Dragon Champion role instead of Drayden, who could had possibly been even scarier & maybe even more threatening? I personally think they both have their pros & cons, but I want to see what everyone else thinks about this.
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Dragons usually have scale, rough skin. Which Dragon Pokemon do you think does NOT have a scale, rough skin?
Altaria! :D They have fluffy clouds as their body, hence I don't think they would have a scaly, rough skin. o__o And yes, I agree with that about Reshiram. I imagine its fur to be soft and furry. *__*
So with Dragons been known as possibly only with this type of skin, do you think Lati@s, Reshiram & Altaria are somewhat rip-offs for the Dragon race? Or are they good examples to show that Dragons can come in different style for the better?

this is not for just Halcyon, everyone can answer too!
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Old August 31st, 2012, 10:45 PM
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Your Trainer Sprite: Lance

2 Partner Pokemon(First a Dragon type, second from Dragon Family): Salamence, Gyrados

Why have you chosen to become a Dragon Tamer?: Dragons are my favorite types to battle with, especially Salamence and Dragonite. Give them a couple of boosts and then Outrage to destroy anything and everything. Raging Mence has literally saved me many times from utter defeat and it is one of my ultimate favorite mons.

Answer Current Topic: Dragons usually have scale, rough skin. Which Dragon Pokemon do you think does NOT have a scale, rough skin?

I would think that Latios and Latias would have scales since they remind me of true dragons and I can't imagine them having fur or anything else. Tbh I would think every Dragon Pokemon would have scales. Therefor my opinion is all of the Dragon Pokemon would have scales. One exception might be Altaria since it does have fluffy cotton covering most of its body.
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Old September 1st, 2012, 02:29 AM
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If that's the case, how do you feel that Iris has taken the Dragon Champion role instead of Drayden, who could had possibly been even scarier & maybe even more threatening?
I would still prefer Iris to be the champion instead of Drayden. I'd rather see a fresh new take on champions, rather than the same, old, scary champion routine. And it shows that even a cute young girl can be a champion too. Besides, the battle against the champion in BW is apparently showed to be light and friendly.

Also, Drayden is the mayor of Opelucid City. Someone needs to take care of the people there. :P (Iris is kind of like the wild child so I don't think she would want to do that. XD)

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So with Dragons been known as possibly only with this type of skin, do you think Lati@s, Reshiram & Altaria are somewhat rip-offs for the Dragon race? Or are they good examples to show that Dragons can come in different style for the better?
I don't think dragons should be defined into a scaly-skin stereotype. I see them as a different type of dragons.
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Old September 6th, 2012, 07:46 AM
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I personally am very happy to have a second female champion, and very happy to have a second child champion. I'm extremely interested in seeing how they play that card in-game come a month from now. I sure hope they give Iris some proper development and character, like they did Cynthia, and I hearnestly hope they try to incorporate some of the things they did with Green in RBY with her by making her a recurring battler even before she becomes champion.

I also agree with Halycon. Latias and the like are part of what define dragons, not rip-offs. From the scaley, to the feather, to the smooth-skins, dragons are defined by their power more than anything else.
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Old September 8th, 2012, 03:19 PM
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your trainer Sprite: Lance
2 partner Pokemon: Chompy the Garchomp and
Draco the Charizard.

Why have you chosen to be Dragon Tamer : My Favourite Type is Dragon because they have been given Gifted Power like "420 Atk"

Answer current topic: I think its Fair Iris should be Champion because Mostly The Boys were Champions.

I don't think Reshiram,Latias,and Altaria are Rip offs because They are actually Dragons that can focus on Sp.atk and Sp.def.

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Old September 17th, 2012, 09:32 PM
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Dragon Pokemon FTW!!!

Name: Psystar63

Your Trainer Sprite: Iris (Gym Leader). She looks a bit like me! :D

2 Partner Pokemon(First a Dragon type, second from Dragon Family): A Hydreigon nicknamed Nyx, and a shiny Charizard named Rashaverak.

Why have you chosen to become a Dragon Tamer?: Because I love dragons. I was nicknamed 'Dragon' by my friends because of my love for them. They are the legends of the Pokemon world.

What is your favorite Dragon Pokemon & why?

Hydreigon! Finally, a pokemon that is both Dark/Dragon type!!!

What are the advantages and disadvantages of using Dragonite & Salamence in battle?

I used to use Dragonite and Salamence when I was taking on the Battle Tower in 4th gen. Being Dragon/Flying type meant that the hard-hitting earthquake wasn't a worry. And Salamence's ability was pretty nifty. The only thing that stopped me from using them in Gen 5 was their weaknesses to ice. What can I say: Ice shard totally ruined them!

Which Dragon type & Dragon family member are you most disappointed in?
Mmm... I'd say Flygon. I do like Flygon, it made my team in R/S for a while (before being replaced by Salamence). It's just that compared to Pokemon like Haxorus and Salamence, it's stats could be a little better. And yes, I don't like the Ground/Dragon combination.
As for Dragon family, I'd say Scrafty. Sure it's type of Dark/Fighting is unusual, but I expected it to have better attack power.

Dragons usually have scale, rough skin. Which Dragon Pokemon do you think does NOT have a scale, rough skin?
Reshiram. Yeah, I just imagine it to be all feathery and soft...

What do you think about the fact that we have a Dragon-type champion again?
It's cool! Just goes to show how epic dragons are!
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Old September 18th, 2012, 01:59 PM
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1st Partner Pokemon: Salamence. My love since Ruby.
2nd Partner Pokemon: Milotic
Why I have chosen to be a Dragon Tamer: I've been a fan of Salamence since Ruby (I still have my original Salamence, in Black!) But most importantly, I understand the extreme power of Dragon types and their importance in the Pokemon World.

I'll go ahead and answer all these.

What is your favorite Dragon Pokemon & why?
Salamence. It's been my favorite Pokemon since Ruby/Sapphire. Also, I enjoy that it's shiny form is my favorite color. Also, Dragon Rage.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of using Dragonite & Salamence in battle?

Advantages: The obvious sheer power of Dragon types, that can be used for many strategies including earthquake/fly or for dragon sweeps.

Same type disadvantage is the biggest disadvantage. Ice or Dragon types would have a field day. Put a tyranitar with Outrage out there and it would surely be a done deal.

Which Dragon type & Dragon family member are you most disappointed in?
the Garchomp line. Meh, never really liked em. Underrepresented and strange.

What do you think about the fact that we have a Dragon-type champion again?
Well right on! Dragons FTW.

Which Pokemon do you consider part of the Dragon relations that are not on the list? Please explain why.
That's a really hard one. Probably Lugia. It's form is consistent with dragons. Imo of course.

Are there any dragons that you would like to see appear Generation VI? Show some examples.

I always loved the idea of Rayquaza, a big flying serpent-esque creature. A gen 6 600 clubber that had Ray's form would be nice.

What is your opinion on the Dragon's Den? Should the Pokémon be a bit stronger (via way fewer Magikarps)? Should there be more Dragon Tamers to re-battle? Lance/Clair Tag Battle as well?
A dragon's based battle area would be swell. With ACTUAL challenges.

How often do you use Dragon-type Pokemon in battle?
Typically every battle.

Dragons usually have scale, rough skin. Which Dragon Pokemon do you think does NOT have a scale, rough skin?
Flygon doesn't seem that way.

EDIT: I apologize for these incomplete and somewhat inferior answers. I did this in the middle of a bunch of stuff.
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Old September 28th, 2012, 07:56 PM
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Your Trainer Sprite: Claire

2 Partner Pokemon(First a Dragon type, second from Dragon Family): Dragonite and Charizard

Why have you chosen to become a Dragon Tamer?: Dragons destroy everything

What is your favorite Dragon Pokemon & why? Dragonite, because there has always been something about Dragonite that has caught my attention and I enjoy using it. I couldn’t explain it I just love Dragonite.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of using Dragonite & Salamence in battle? The advantage of using a Dragonite is that it can learn a lot of TMs allowing it to have a wide spread type range. A disadvantage of using a Dragonite is probably that it’s defense and it’s speed are its lowest stats (not by much but still lower).

Which Dragon type & Dragon family member are you most disappointed in? -The Haxorus family, just because when I was training one it seemed to be taken down very easily and didn’t seem to live up to the dragon type standards.

What do you think about the fact that we have a Dragon-type champion again? -I love it, the dragon type should be the final challenge of the game because it is the hardest to take down.

Which Pokemon do you consider part of the Dragon relations that are not on the list? Please explain why. -That would have to be Tyranitar, because it gives that sense of “I am unstoppable and will destroy everything in my path” kind of like a dragon does.

Are there any dragons that you would like to see appear Generation VI? Show some examples. –If you are asking from past generations then I would like to be able to capture Dratini, Bagon, and Trapinch out in the wild again and not in a safari zone or anything like that.

What is your opinion on the Dragon's Den? Should the Pokémon be a bit stronger (via way fewer Magikarps)? Should there be more Dragon Tamers to re-battle? Lance/Clair Tag Battle as well?- I like the dragon’s den, but I would have liked it so that as the story went on the pokemon in general got stronger. So first visit magikarps, second visit (to receive the dratini) half magikarps and half gyarados, and then third visit to fight Lance and Claire all gyarados. Also I would have liked to be able to talk to the trainers again (including Claire and lance) to battle a second time.

How often do you use Dragon-type Pokemon in battle? - When I’m playing seriously I most likely use either Dragonite or Salamence. But I also enjoy destroying the elite for with a team of a level 100 Dragonite and a level 100 Charizard, just to remind them who the champion is.

Dragons usually have scale, rough skin. Which Dragon Pokemon do you think does NOT have a scale, rough skin? - I don’t know if Arceus would count but I don’t think it does. Reshiram doesn’t looks like it is covered in fur and Altaria looks like skin and a cloud.

I did this all in a word document and when I finally finished out of habit I saved it in one of my homework folders.
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Old September 30th, 2012, 08:31 PM
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Welcome new members!! Sorry for the late welcome, I've been away & dealing with PCX stuff, now the club's back in action! You're updated, & feel free to discuss anything & everything dragons!

As for the new topics:


Are there an overpopulated amount of Legendary Dragons or should there be more?
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Old October 1st, 2012, 06:23 AM
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Welcome new members!! Sorry for the late welcome, I've been away & dealing with PCX stuff, now the club's back in action! You're updated, & feel free to discuss anything & everything dragons!

As for the new topics:


Are there an overpopulated amount of Legendary Dragons or should there be more?
Well, since Gen 3 with Rayquaza, the main Legendaries of the games have been Dragon Pokemon. Sure, Dragon is a strong type and fits perfectly well with the Legendary Pokemon description, but I do feel like it's starting to become rather overdone. I just feel that they should give a chance for other types of Pokemon to be the main Legendaries, so that there can be more strong Psuedo-Legendary dragons- you know, more tough Dragons that can actually be used in competitive battling. Oh, to have more Pokemon like Haxorus and Hydreigon...
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Old October 1st, 2012, 06:24 PM
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Are there an overpopulated amount of Legendary Dragons or should there be more?

I'd agree with Psystar, even though Dragon is a strong type and a good type for Legendaries I think it's being way overdone. They should give a chance for other types to serve for the main Legendaries. If you take a look at every game from Emerald onwards, all except HeartGold & SoulSilver had a Dragon-type as the main Legendary. I would like to see more pseudo-Legendary Dragons that would be useful in competitive battling.
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Old October 2nd, 2012, 04:36 PM
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Are there an overpopulated amount of Legendary Dragons or should there be more?

Give me moar dragons! Even though almost every legend has been part Dragon type, I honestly think there could be a few more dual Dragon type legends. As long as they're not too overdone it could work. I really would like to see another Legendary Dragon similar to Latias/Latios in the way of competitive battling. Strong but not too strong so they're not considered Uber. (Hope that makes sense xD)

I looked at the first page and I couldn't find my trainer sprite. D: Did you forget to add me?

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Old October 2nd, 2012, 05:46 PM
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Your Trainer Sprite: Lance, definitely
2 Partner Pokemon(First a Dragon type, second from Dragon Family): Rayquaza is awesome (especially shiny!) and charizard.
Why have you chosen to become a Dragon Tamer?: well, drgons are a pain to raise, but they are still my favorite ttype of pokemon.
Answer Current Topic: well, i thought lengendary dragons would be cool back when i played blue, and was dissapointed when there were none in gold or silver. When Rayquaza and the other dragon legends of gen 3 came out, i was happy. Then gen 4 had several more dragons, and even more for gen 5.(i kind of wondered if whoever designed legendaries had a fetish for dragons). i have no problem with dragon type legendaries, but i am getting kind of sick of them. I think they should make othe types for a change, then maybe come back to dragon types again later.
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Old October 3rd, 2012, 10:23 AM
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Are there an overpopulated amount of Legendary Dragons or should there be more?

It pretty much seems like they've generalized most legendaries as Dragon type Pokemon, and it's not really something I like. I guess this kinda comes off the designers often basing legendary Pokemon on mythological creatures, whereas a lot of those are or relate to dragons, in which case a lot of them end up being Dragon types, however I'd just really like to see some more creativity and variation. Give us some more Bug, Dark, Fighting, etc. legendaries, instead of throwing the same typed legendaries at us all the time. It'd also open up for a lot of different themed legendaries, although I guess that's also harder than the typical dragons.
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Old October 5th, 2012, 05:29 PM
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Are there an overpopulated amount of Legendary Dragons or should there be more?

My definition for legendary pokemon is a dragon type pokemon. I enjoy the having dragon type legendary that vary with secondary types. But I think that the population is equal between dragon type and non-dragon type, so I wouldn't mind seeing more dragon type legendaries.
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Old October 5th, 2012, 06:54 PM
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Are there an overpopulated amount of Legendary Dragons or should there be more?

It pretty much seems like they've generalized most legendaries as Dragon type Pokemon, and it's not really something I like. I guess this kinda comes off the designers often basing legendary Pokemon on mythological creatures, whereas a lot of those are or relate to dragons, in which case a lot of them end up being Dragon types, however I'd just really like to see some more creativity and variation. Give us some more Bug, Dark, Fighting, etc. legendaries, instead of throwing the same typed legendaries at us all the time. It'd also open up for a lot of different themed legendaries, although I guess that's also harder than the typical dragons.
I agree with Olli there. Sure dragons have there place in myths, but so do many other creatures. They've done dragon-based legendaries for about 3 Gens now, so it's about time they try something else. And there are other strong types in the Pokemon world apart from Dragon, like Dark and Psychic.
A Bug-type legendary would be interesting to see, don't you agree? Something like Volcarona, but stronger!
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