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Dratini's evolution chart by HaanPere Dratini's evolution chart by HaanPere
Before you say anything, lemme tell you that this thing is badly outdated. Comments will not be replied to.

Yes, I do know none of the evos are water type. However, they live in/near water, thus aquatic anatomy. You're free to inform me they're not water type now.



So, I was talking with [link](Ty) and said that I was asked to make a realistic Dratini-Dragonair evolution chart and she, of course, thought that it was a great idea. So I started scribbling something, we talked a lot about the thing and she showed me someone else's version of the Dragonite which somewhat resembles this one.
She then said that she's rather keep the original Dragonite a beauty evolution or an item-trade evo. And heck, the item-trade sounded a pretty good idea and I instantly thought about the Dragon Claw as well as Dragon Scale (but claw's more badass, hurr).
And since Dratini's evos are all water-type, I decided to make the bodies look like they belong to that element, hence original!Dragonite's crocodile-esque limbs.

So here you have, my version of Dratini's evos. I hope you enjoy.

Pokemon Nintendo or something
Arts and idea Me and Ty : D


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cowboy777 Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2013
FYI: None of Dratini's forms are water type.

Otherwise, neat picture.
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deathrattle3 Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
ive never seen the one before the orange dragonite xD
#pokemonnoob
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HaanPere Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2012   Digital Artist
Never been a fan of reading descriptions either, I see.
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deathrattle3 Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:3 hey! whats that supposed to mean xD
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Sethre-IS-The-Man Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2012
I don't know if it's all apart of your concept, but NONE of the Dratini evo's are any part water. It's straight up dragon. With the exception of Dragonite who I think is part flying.
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HaanPere Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2012   Digital Artist
Although I DID say this: "Before you say anything, lemme tell you that this thing is badly outdated. Comments will not be replied to.", I'll reply this time.

Drati-family can be found exclusively from water(with the exception of dragonite, of course, since you'll only get it by trading/leveling up), so yes two years ago I did think it's a water-type. Not that others didn't already point that out years ago... >___>
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WolfGuardian2 Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Dratini was my first ever dragon Pokemon sense well the first game I used hacks to catch a dratini in all the games though i never did get it to the dragonite stage i was able to beat most games with a max level at 45. I love this chart it is so much better suited for dratini then what they went with.
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HaanPere Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2012   Digital Artist
It was my first dragon pokemon as well! I usually evolved it to Dragonite and leveled up to 70s or 80 just to be able to beat anything and eeverything. BD
Thanks! :D
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shadira Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
i love the blue dragonite!
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Jethro-Lee-Gibbs Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2012
I will say I like the maintaining of the colours through the evolutionary chain where as with traditional Pokemon the altered Dragonite to be tan/brown dragon... I also enjoy the feathered wing look. Colours I think should stay maintained amongst all level evolutions.
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