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Dragon Tail (move)

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In the main series: replaced: SS028 → BWS02
target=anyadjacent |
==In other games==
==={{g|Mystery Dungeon series}}===
Dragon Tail damages the enemy in front of the user and blows the enemy away. If the enemy hits a wall, it takes 5 damage. If it hits another Pokémon, both Pokémon take 5 damage. In [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity|Gates to Infinity]], Dragon Tail hits nearby enemies in a 1 tile range around the user when used by a [[Gigantic Pokémon]].
===[[Pokémon Conquest]]===
===[[Pokémon GO]]===
In Pokémon GO, Dragon Tail is a Fast Attack that has been available since February 16, 2017.
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{{MSP|130|Gyarados}}{{tt|*|Prior to December 8, 2017}}
*Prior to an update to [[Niantic]]'s servers on February 21, 2017, Dragon Tail had an energy gain of 6% and a duration of 1.55 seconds.
;Gyms & Raids
* '''February 21, 2017'''
** '''Energy boost''': 6 → 9
** '''Duration''': 1.55 → 1.1 seconds
{{movedescentry|{{gameabbrevss|Conq}}|The user knocks away the target, causing it to be switched out for a different Pokémon.}}
{{movedescentry|{{gameabbrevmd|GTI}}|It damages and blows away an enemy straight back. It causes more damage if the enemy crashes into a wall or a Pokémon.<br>It damages and blows away nearby enemies straight back. It causes more damage if they crash into walls or Pokémon.{{tt|*|Description for Gigantic Pokémon}}}}
{{movedescentry|{{gameabbrevmd|SMD}}|It damages an enemy and blows the enemy away in a straight line. It causes more damage if the enemy crashes into a wall or a Pokémon.}}
{{movemid|type=dragon|user=Gail|user1=Gail's Druddigon|startcode=BW071|startname=Search for the Clubultimate!|notes=Debut}}
{{movemid|type=dragon|user=Drayden|user1=Drayden's Druddigon|startcode=BW101|startname=Drayden Versus Iris: Past, Present, and Future!}}
{{movemid|type=dragon|user=Clair|user1=Clair's Druddigon|startcode=SS028BWS02}}
{{movep|type=dragon|ms=497|pkmn=Serperior|method=Serperior's tail glows light blue and it hits the opponent with it.}}
{{movemid|type=dragon|user=Trip's Serperior|startcode=BW092|startname=Ash, Iris and Trip: Then There Were Three!}}
{{movemid|type=dragon|user=Trevor's Charizard|startcode=XY125|startname=A League of His Own!}}
{{movep|type=dragon|ms=373|pkmn=Salamence|method=Salamence's tail becomes covered in a green, scale-patterned aura. It then hits the opponent with its tail.}}
{{movemid|type=dragon|user=Sawyer|user1=Sawyer's SalemenceSalamence|startcode=XY128|startname=A Riveting Rivalry!}}
{{movep|type=dragon|ms=130M|pkmn=Gyarados|method=Mega Gyarados's tail becomes covered in a green, scale-patterned aura. It then hits the opponent with its tail.}}
{{movemid|type=dragon|user=Lysandre|user1=Lysandre's Gyarados|startcode=XY134|startname=The Right Hero for the Right Job!}}
{{movep|type=dragon|ms=621|pkmn=Druddigon|method=Druddigon sends the opponent flying by smacking it with its tail.}}
{{movemid|type=dragon|user=Drayden|user1=Drayden's Druddigon|startcode=PS499|startname=School of Hard Knocks|notes=Debut}}
{{movep|type=dragon|ms=758|pkmn=Salazzle|method=Salazzle jumps into the air and strikes the opponent with itsher tail.}}
{{movebtmManga|type=dragon|user=Plumeria|user1=Plumeria's Salazzle|startcode=PASM14|startname=Flash and Cosmog's Secret}}
==In other generations==
genVI=Dragon Tail VI|
* Dragon Tail's effect of forcing the opponent to switch has never been featured in the {{pkmn|anime}}.
==In other languages==
[[Category:Decreased priority moves]]
[[Category:Moves that switch the target out]]
[[Category:Moves in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!]]