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This page lists all Dragon-Type Pokemon found in Pokemon Sword and Shield. In addition, information regarding Dragon-type Pokemon's strengths and weaknesses is listed. Use this page for building your team and filling out your Pokedex!

List of Dragon-type Pokemon

Pokemon in Galarian Pokedex

Nat. No. Galar No. Pokemon Type
329 322
Ground Type
Dragon Type
330 323
Ground Type
Dragon Type
610 324
Dragon Type
611 325
Dragon Type
612 326
Dragon Type
633 386
Dark Type
Dragon Type
634 387
Dark Type
Dragon Type
635 388
Dark Type
Dragon Type
704 389
Dragon Type
705 390
Dragon Type
706 391
Dragon Type
714 176
Flying Type
Dragon Type
715 177
Flying Type
Dragon Type
776 347
Fire Type
Dragon Type
780 346
Dragon Type
Normal Type
782 392
Dragon Type
783 393
Dragon Type
Fighting Type
784 394
Dragon Type
Fighting Type
840 205
Grass Type
Dragon Type
841 206
Grass Type
Dragon Type
842 207
Grass Type
Dragon Type
880 374
Electric Type
Dragon Type
882 376
Water Type
Dragon Type
884 371
Steel Type
Dragon Type
885 395
Dragon Type
Ghost Type
886 396
Dragon Type
Ghost Type
887 397
Dragon Type
Ghost Type
890.1 400
Poison Type
Dragon Type

Pokemon not in Galarian Pokedex

Pokemon HOME

With the release of Pokemon HOME on February 12th, 2020, Pokemon from previous games which were previously inaccessible in Pokemon Sword and Shield became obtainable by trading from previous games in the series.

No Pokemon of this kind are currently known.

New Pokemon, Abilities, and Moves Available through Pokemon HOME

The Isle of Armor DLC

Many of the Pokemon not included in the Pokemon Sword and Shield base game will be available in The Isle of Armor, the first half of the Expansion Pass DLC, available June 17th. Look forward to catching your old favorites again, including some with new Galarian and Gigantamax forms!

Nat. No. Galar No. Pokemon Type
103.1 NatDex 103-1
Grass Type
Dragon Type
230 NatDex 230
Water Type
Dragon Type
621 NatDex 621
Dragon Type
691 NatDex 691
Poison Type
Dragon Type

The Crown Tundra DLC

The Crown Tundra, the second half of the Expansion Pass DLC, promises the return of Legendary Pokemon from previous generations and other old favorites.

Nat. No. Galar No. Pokemon Type
147 NatDex 147
Dragon Type
148 NatDex 148
Dragon Type
149 NatDex 149
Dragon Type
Flying Type
334 NatDex 334
Dragon Type
Flying Type
371 NatDex 371
Dragon Type
372 NatDex 372
Dragon Type
373 NatDex 373
Dragon Type
Flying Type
380 NatDex 380
Dragon Type
Psychic Type
381 NatDex 381
Dragon Type
Psychic Type
384 NatDex 384
Dragon Type
Flying Type
443 NatDex 443
Dragon Type
Ground Type
444 NatDex 444
Dragon Type
Ground Type
445 NatDex 445
Dragon Type
Ground Type
483 NatDex 483
Steel Type
Dragon Type
484 NatDex 484
Water Type
Dragon Type
487 NatDex 487
Ghost Type
Dragon Type
643 NatDex 643
Dragon Type
Fire Type
644 NatDex 644
Dragon Type
Electric Type
646 NatDex 646
Dragon Type
Ice Type
697 NatDex 697
Rock Type
Dragon Type
718 NatDex 718
Dragon Type
Ground Type
799 NatDex 799
Dark Type
Dragon Type
806 NatDex 804
Poison Type
Dragon Type
895 NatDex 895
Dragon Type

List of Pokemon Appearing in Expansion Pass DLC

Affinity of Dragon-type Pokemon With Other Types

Dragon-type moves are super effective on one type (Dragon), while Dragon-type Pokemon are resistant to four other types. Dragon-type Pokemon have three weaknesses, and Dragon-type moves are not very effective on one other type. Dragon-type Pokemon have no immunities, and one other type of Pokemon (Fairy) is immune to Dragon-type moves.

Offensive

Dragon-type Pokemon are strong against their kind, Dragon-type Pokemon.

1/2×
Dragon Type
Steel Type
Fairy Type

Defensive

Dragon-type Pokemon are weak against Dragon-type, Fairy-type and Ice-type attacks.

1/2×
Electric Type
Dragon Type
None
Grass Type
Fairy Type
-
Fire Type
Ice Type
-
Water Type
- -

Pokemon Sword and Shield Related Links

Crown Tundra Pokemon Guides

How to Get Crown Tundra Pokemon
Calyrex.pngCalyrex Glastrier ImageGlastrier Spectrier ImageSpectrier
Galarian Articuno ImageGalarian Articuno Galarian Zapdos ImageGalarian Zapdos Galarian Moltres ImageGalarian Moltres
Regirock ImageRegirock Regice ImageRegice Registeel ImageRegisteel
Regidrago ImageRegidrago Regieleki ImageRegieleki Regigigas ImageRegigigas
Cobalion ImageCobalion Terrakion ImageTerrakion Virizion ImageVirizion
Keldeo ImageKeldeo Galarian Slowking ImageGalarian Slowking Spiritomb ImageSpiritomb
Cosmog ImageCosmog Poipole ImagePoipole Necrozma ImageNecrozma

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Pokemon by Type

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FireFire WaterWater GrassGrass
ElectricElectric IceIce FightingFighting
PoisonPoison GroundGround FlyingFlying
PsychicPsychic BugBug RockRock
GhostGhost DragonDragon DarkDark
SteelSteel FairyFairy NormalNormal

Pokemon by Stats

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Pokemon Related Links

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How to Evolve Every Pokemon List of Galarian Forms
Which Starter Pokemon Should You Choose? Type Effectiveness and Damage Output
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