Hmm, I don’t know much when it comes to Dracozolt (or any of the Galarian Fossil Pokémon) specifically, but I’ll try my best to help!
Training will likely take some time. Remember, this is a brand-new world for Dracozolt, everything’s changed since it was a…whatever it was before it was fused and revived
According to people who own them, Dracozolt are rather playful. This isn’t particularly surprising for an Electric-type, but, since Dracozolt are 5′11″ on average and have rather large tails, it may be a good idea to put away anything breakable
Most Electric-types will get sick if they don’t regularly discharge their built-up electricity, and I assume that Dracozolt would be no different. Be sure that yours has a safe outlet for electrical discharging
Nobody actually knows for sure what any of the fused Fossil Pokémon eat, but Dracozolt seem to enjoy things like nuts, seeds, and berries
Take only one of each. To get one, deposit a male lv. 51-60 Zigzagoon into the Pokemon Home GTS. It has egg moves if possible+all TRs learned. They can be used in ranked (see Galar marking). There are 30 of each.
ONLY DURANT IS STILL AVAILABLE
Giveaway Date: September 11, 2020
End Date: September 17, 2020 11:59 p.m. or until I run out
Some various inverted palettes
“Though I live in Alola, last year I was luckily able to visit the Galar region and meet the adorable, sweet dragon electric type known as Dracozolt! Mine is named Diesel! Despite being a dragon type, these sweethearts don’t have as hard of a demeanor of normal dragons! I assume that this comes from their electric half. I don’t know much about these Pokemon, mostly because I wasn’t taught about it during my time in school, but in being able to study them I am glad with what I have been able to figure out! If you want a loyal, strong, protective dragon though aren’t ready for something like Dragonite then I suggest this great companion if you can get one!”
I think it was very cool of an associate of mine to have the chance to appear on the local news. He certainly seemed a bit nervous but I would be too if I discovered something as big as this. As for the Vish fossil, if we can restore it, perhaps we can finally learn about all four of the fossils and what they truly are. Maybe we’ll find the Draco or the Zolt fossils too soon.
No. I specialise in human archaeology, not fossils. I assume they’d be part “Vish,” part “drake,” part “zolt,” and part “arcto.” But not in the way they were combined by that fraud, Cara Liss!
Fossil Pokemon - HT: 5′11 WT: 418.9 lbs
In ancient times, it was unbeatable thanks to its powerful lower body, but it went extinct anyway after it depleted all its plant-based food sources.
Another one of Teru’s pokemon, cuz instead of wrapping up the thing I’m supposed to be doing, I do this instead. fff…
Meet Cress, a dracozolt Teru adopted and heavily relates to as a fellow freak of a thing. He is a baby, heavily spoiled, and despite the painfully obvious, Teru’s supports try not to let it get in the way of how they treat Cress past the initial surprise of his heavily disproportionate halves, as long as he’s happy and well.
Takumi and Xander had the most rough introduction upon seeing Cress’s reveal in a time Reinhardt had long since grown accustomed to it, and Gunnthra and Tethys had a significantly smoother “aww, how cute” reaction otherwise. Reinhardt also frequently bolster’s Cress’s confidence early on in his training due to both mutually sharing electric powers, and Reinhardt often substituting his dire thunder when Cress isn’t looking to make his thunderbolts appear more potent than it initially was.
I drew these a while back but!!! A pokemon art dump because this is my newest hyperfixation.
Impidimp? I saw a trainer with one while in Galar.
It is very unethical! If there is any location offering fusions you should report them immediately! The International Police have already shut down Cara Liss’ lab, but I’m sure it won’t end with her.
If you do want a fossil fusion though there are plenty out there that do need adoption into a good home.
When you get brought back from extinction as a hybridized abomination and decide to punish the person who created you.
Unfortunately, experts don’t know very much about the precise needs of Dracozolt yet, due to both the lack of fossil evidence for its genetic ancestors and the novelty of its existence nowadays. So far, studies have shown that they are relatively intelligent for Fossil Pokémon, and benefit from visual-based mental enrichment. They also have demonstrated a preference for meat and some fruits, and refuse to scavenge or consume rotting plant matter. Some paleontologists believe that they may enjoy communally wallowing in mud as a pastime, wherein the lower halves of their bodies can cool off and remove parasites, but the upper halves of their bodies can still release electricity.
It’s possible for you to register your new Pokémon with some of these studies! They are completely noninvasive, so you would be benefitting science at the same time and obtaining new knowledge about your Dracozolt.