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 Hydreigon, Zweilous or Deino on the field. If this Pokémon has evolved, it gains +1 MP."
- 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 in the old versions. But with the recent changes (V3.0.12), Hydreigon became an above average R-rarity figure. 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. Also, because of its new ability, Hydreigon can deal a considerable amount of damage if you have other 2 Hydreigon on your field.
- 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.