Hydreigon (Japanese: サザンドラ Sazandora) is a dual-type Dark/Dragon pseudo-legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation V.
Hydreigon has the ID number 264 in Pokémon Duel.
|Base Wheel Size||Name||Move Type||Move Effect||Damage|
|28||Draco Meteor||Purple||One other Pokémon on the field spins - if they spin a miss or a white attack of 70 damage or more, they are knocked out.||☆|
|28||Flamethrower||White||If this Pokémon is knocked out when using this move, the battle opponent becomes burned.||50|
Ability description and explanation:
"Band Attack - This Pokémon deals +10 damage for each Deino or Zweilous on the field"
- Is Hydreigon good? Is it useful? It can be terrible on its own, but it can be very useful in the right deck. Its a pseudo-legendary, but most people probably expected a bit more from it. If teamed up with a full team of other Zweilous and Deino it can reach a maximum of 110 damage, but this will limit the rest of your deck in a way that almost guarantees you to face a loss. If Band Attack also encompassed other Hydreigon, it could have become much more viable in higher league matches. What makes Hydreigon good is its Draco Meteor. This move can easily knock out very powerful figures from a distance. Attacking weaker enemies and landing Draco Meteor is a safe way of knocking out stronger ones.
- You could try and team Hydreigon up with Yveltal and complement them with Dark Energy.
- It is ill-advised to use materials to buy this figure.
- You should focus on Draco Meteor when you level up this figure.
- Watch out for status conditions. A level 5 Hydreigon can withstand confusion to some degree.
- Double Chance, Dark Energy and X Attack are all good plates to use with this figure.