Drampa is a dual-type Normal/Dragon Pokémon introduced in Generation VII. It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon. Take a look below for 23 interesting and amazing facts about Drampa.
1. Drampa is a serpentine Pokemon similar to a Chinese dragon.
2. Most of its skin is blue-green, but the lower half of its face and the underside of its neck are a pale green.
3. There are three spots on each of its sides that are also light green.
4. It has pink eyes with rounded, yellow eyebrows, a short mustache, and a small, white beard with a circular extension.
5. On top of its head is a mop of white hair split into four rounded sections: two draped down either side of its head.
6. Fluffy white fur drapes the lower half of its body and conceals its arms when they are tucked against its chest.
7. When its arms are spread, two short claws are revealed on each hand.
8. It has a bushy white tail with a small, curved spike at the base.
9. This draconic Pokémon lives alone in the mountains 10,000 feet above sea level.
10. The Berries it feeds on do not grow at this altitude, so it descends to the base of the mountains daily at dawn.
11. It loves communicating with people and Pokémon, and is especially gentle with children.
12. It will often appear in areas where children gather and plays with them.
13. Despite its gentle nature, it becomes enraged if a child it cares for is hurt, and can go as far as to burn the bully’s house down if able.
14. As seen in the anime, Drampa is capable of flying.
15. No other Pokémon has the same type combination as Drampa.
16. Drampa can be seen as a counterpart to Turtonator. Both are Dragon-type Pokémon with the same base stat total. They also share the same stat values, but with different distributions aside from Speed. While Drampa is exclusive to Moon, Ultra Moon, and Shield, Turtonator is exclusive to Pokémon Sun, Ultra Sun, and Sword.
17. Drampa was designed by Hitoshi Ariga.
18. Drampa is tied with Porygon-Z and Mega Pidgeot for the highest base Special Attack stat of all Normal-type Pokémon.
19. Drampa appears to be based on a Chinese dragon, such as the Zhulong (torch dragon), a mythological creature with the face of an old man and the body of a dragon. Its friendly and caring disposition towards children, elderly appearance, and name may be a reference to grandparents.
20. Drampa may be a combination of dragon and grampa (a variation on grandpa).
21. Drampa debuted in Tasting the Bitter with the Sweet!. This one was nicknamed Grandpa Forest. In the past, it saved a young Lana and Mallow when they fell off a cliff. It reunited with them in the present day, when it also helped Harper and Sarah, and it has since made further appearances in Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon.
22. A Drampa appeared in Why Not Give Me a Z-Ring Sometime?, where it was seen stocking up Berries, only for them to be stolen by a greedy Gengar.
23. Ryuki’s Drampa first appeared in PASM37, when it was sent out to battle Gladion.