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Do you think tyrunt/ tyrantrum was the first dragon type pokemon?

#1TheGoodRomanPosted 12/11/2013 5:54:26 PM
And all others such as salamence, dragonite, garchomp, druddrigon, altaria etc descended from it? It is a fossil dragon type, and would make sense (except for the legendary dragon types)
#2RAcastBlasterPosted 12/11/2013 7:01:26 PM
ITT: We ignore the existence of the Dragonite Fossil that Team Plasma tried to steal. ;P
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#3Rockdrigo221Posted 12/11/2013 7:05:56 PM
Ignore the guy that talked about the other fossil, as he doesn't know that diferent fossils come from different eras.

But no, As Palkia created space , and Dialga created time they are older.
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#4TheGoodRoman(Topic Creator)Posted 12/11/2013 7:59:26 PM
Rock, I did happen to mention "except for the legendary dragons"
#5Firemaster5Posted 12/11/2013 8:46:32 PM
RAcastBlaster posted...
ITT: We ignore the existence of the Dragonite Fossil that Team Plasma tried to steal. ;P

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#6Rockdrigo221Posted 12/11/2013 10:13:20 PM
Failed to see that one, either way, i don't think that pokémon evolve THAT way,but who knows, we don't have enough info about the ancient pokémon world to know it.
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#7Madman_19Posted 12/11/2013 10:20:48 PM
considering Tyrunt/Tyrantrum are fossils and dragon's then technically I guess.
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#8TheGoodRoman(Topic Creator)Posted 12/12/2013 12:08:20 AM
I think the dragonite skeleton was just a skeleton, not a fossil