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Legends abound about dragons.

They’ve been there in literature for millennia, either as mythological beings deserving of adoration and reverence, or as heinous monsters depicted as villains.

And, let’s face it, dragons are pretty amazing. They’re like evidence of our imagination’s boundless possibilities.

If we go to the world of anime, we’ll find lots of dragons – so let’s have a look at some of the most famous ones from various anime shows.

Be on the lookout for dragons ahead.


17. Pina

Pina from Sword Art Online anime

Sword Art Online is an anime series.

One of the prettiest dragons in anime is at the top of our list.

I chose the word “one of” since there are quite a number of them… Pina, on the other hand, is undoubtedly in the high echelon of adorable.

Pina is a juvenile feathered dragon who was also Aincrad’s first monster to be tamed. It’s Silica’s favorite pet, and it often follows her around in other games as well.

Pina even sacrificed itself to rescue Silica from an assault that would have killed her, making it one of the most compassionate dragons in my opinion.

It can also heal other characters.

It’s a lovely and kind priest-type character that everyone wants in their party — only it’s a dragon.


Veldora Tempest (#16)

Veldora Tempest in That Time I Reincarnated as a Slime

That Time I Reincarnated as a Slime (Anime)

Veldora is one of the four known True Dragons in his story, making her one of the SlimeVerse’s most powerful characters.

He was formerly sealed by a past hero, making him one of a number of dragons (or monsters in general) that suit the “sealed monster” genre.

What sets him apart from the others is that he isn’t completely malevolent and despotic.

In fact, he’s a long way from it.

Sure, he’s hot-blooded and battle-hungry most of the time. However, it is mostly due to his draconic origin and upbringing.

On the one hand, he’s a kind and devoted friend to Rimuru, and when things aren’t stressful, he’s a really mellow laid-back man.


Icarus (15.)

Icarus from Dragon Ball anime

Dragon Ball Z is a Japanese animated television series.

To be honest, I believe that just a few Dragon Ball fans (particularly the younger ones) are familiar with or recall Icarus. And it makes me a little depressed.

After all, Icarus had been a big part of Gohan’s life since he was a kid. And she was one of the show’s few non-humanoid characters.

Icarus is a young dragon that used to spend a lot of time with Gohan, notably in the early episodes of Dragon Ball Z and the movies.

Despite its small stature, it is quick, powerful, and courageous. And until Gohan learned to fly, it was essentially his “Flying Nimbus.”


Rykotsusei (Rykotsusei) is a Japanese word that means “

Ryūkotsusei InuYasha anime screenshot

InuYasha is a Japanese anime series.

Rykotsusei is the first huge, nasty, and wicked dragon we’ve encountered, and he earned everything that has happened to him.

He’s an arrogant, self-centered demon that once ravaged a whole province until Toga, Inuyasha and Sesshomaru’s late father, sealed him.

Sealing the mighty dragon, however, came at a cost, since Toga perished soon thereafter.

Thankfully, karma worked its effect in the end, as Rykotsusei went on to fight Inuyasha himself a few times, culminating in the dragon’s bitter but well-deserved demise.


Dragonite is number thirteen.

Dragonite from Pokémon anime

Pokémon: The Animated Series

Dragonite is known for being one of the most iconic Pokémon in the series’ history, as well as being one of the few non-legendaries with the highest basic stats in every Pokémon game.

That’s how it should be.

After all, it’s so rare that only top-tier experienced trainers like Clair, Lance, and Ash (though it took a long time) are among the few who have ever caught one.

It’s really powerful, quick, and long-lasting.

When it’s furious, it also has a badass (and terrifying) appearance.

Simply told, for trainers who want to be treated seriously, it’s the ideal dragon Pokémon. Because the chances of capturing and training one (at least in the anime) seem to be limited.


Blue Dragon, No. 12

Blue Dragon in Blue Dragon anime

Blue Dragon is a Japanese anime series.

Blue Dragon is a video game character based on a game named — you guessed it — Blue Dragon.

While it may seem a little redundant, it does provide information about the play and spotlights one of the most important characters.

Shu’s shadow manifests as the Blue Dragon. And he enables Shu to battle with extraordinary physical prowess and powers while only clinging to his user’s back.

Does this ring a bell?

Putting aside the resemblance to a Stand from the JJBA, Blue Dragon is a prideful and obstinate dragon who, owing to Shu and his allies, has mellowed down.


Igneel is number eleven.

Igneel from Fairy Tail anime

Fairy Tail is a Japanese animated television series.

Igneel is one of Fairy Tail’s numerous dragon characters, as well as one of the most powerful.

Igneel is, without a doubt, the most upright and honourable of them all, having been a loving father to Natsu before he departed.

My guess is that he went to get milk, exactly as my father did 20 years ago… But, well, that’s just me.

Unlike other dads, though, he lavished attention on Natsu while also ensuring that he was disciplined and well-trained.

But, as a result of his lineage, he’s shown to be prideful (surprise) and arrogant, and he may be unreasonable and aggressive at times.

Well, these weaknesses aren’t nearly enough to overshadow his excellent actions. Everyone, the father of the century!


Tohru Kobayashi is number ten.

Tohru Kobayashi in Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid

Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid is an anime series created by Miss Kobayashi.

Tohru isn’t your typical large, terrifying dragon.

That is why the majority of anime fans adore her.

Sure, her dragon form seems to be just as terrifying as any other dragon. Underneath all those thick green scales, she’s really quite kind and joyful.

In her demihuman form, I believe her more endearing characteristics are increased tenfold.

Furthermore, as we saw at her initial encounter with Kobayashi, she’s the ideal drinking companion.

All it takes to be on her good side, it seems, is a few cold ones and a conversation.

Of course, you’d need a lot of courage to approach a dragon that stands more than four storeys tall.


9. Tomoe

Tomoe from Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy

Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy is a Japanese anime.

Tomoe, like Tohru, is a dragon who spends the most of the story in demihuman form.

But, unlike Tohru, who takes on the appearance of a dragon from western mythology, Tomoe turns into an eastern dragon.

She’s also the polar antithesis of everything you’d anticipate from someone of her height.

That is, instead of being too prideful and passionate, she is more laid-back and relaxed.

All the more reason why, like Tohru, she’s one of the more distinctive entries on our list.


Charizard (number 8)

Charizard in Pokémon anime

Pokémon: The Animated Series

It’s not for no cause that this Pokémon has one of the most sought-after trade cards.

Charizard was one of the first dragon-type Pokémon released in the original series, according to legend.

It is also one of Ash’s first starting Pokémon from his modest beginnings in the Kanto Region – and, beside Pikachu, it is considered Ash’s most powerful Pokémon.

And, with Ash’s extensive Pokémon collection dating back to his childhood, maintaining towards the top of the rankings is no simple task.

Fortunately, Ash’s Charizard is more than capable.

Seriously, the flaming lizard is a force to be reckoned with.


7. Kaido

Kaido from One Piece anime

One Piece is a popular anime series.

Kaido has obtained the rarest and most powerful Zoan-type Devil Fruit in the One Piece world. And it’s obvious.

He grew so powerful after eating the Uo Uo no Mi (Fish Fish Fruit) that he finds it difficult to believe he might die.

That’s the kind of self-assurance we should all strive towards!

However, I’m thinking we can’t all morph into a near-unkillable dragon at will, so that could be a little too tough.

Oh, and I suppose most of us don’t have an army made up entirely of the world’s most powerful Zoans. So, that’s all there is to it.


Porunga is number six.

Porunga Dragon Ball Z anime screenshot

Dragon Ball Z is a Japanese animated television series.

Porunga is the only Dragon Ball character whose name does not contain the word “Shenron.”

His much smaller relative, on the other hand, may have more incarnations than he does (e.g. Omega Shenron, Ultimate Shenron, Super Shenron, etc.)

Porunga, on the other hand, is no slouch.

Simply told, he’s a roided-up version of Shenron, capable of granting three wishes rather than just one.

When you’ve got the guts to summon this man, who needs the Genie of the Lamp? Yes, I meant it both literally and metaphorically.

Take a look at how terrible this dragon seems in comparison to Shenron.


Acnologia is the fifth category.

Acnologia in Fairy Tail anime

Fairy Tail is a Japanese animated television series.

Acnologia is such a fearsome adversary that he will always be discussed while talking about the greatest and deadliest anime villains of all time.

In fact, I believe he best embodies Friedrich Nietzsche’s famous quote:

“He who battles monsters should be careful lest he become a monster himself.” And if you stare into an abyss for a long time, the abyss stares back at you.”

Aren’t those chilling words?

Because we must remember that Acnologia was not born a dragon, it makes perfect sense.

He just murdered so many of them that he became one himself.

When it came down to it, there’s no disputing that he morphed into something more worse than the animals he’d slaughtered.


4. Haku

Haku from Spirited Away anime

Spirited Away is a Japanese anime series.

Haku is a co-protagonist in the film Spirited Away, which is generally and justifiably regarded as one of the greatest of its kind.

In his human form, he seems to be little older than a young adolescent, although he frequently acts calmly and maturely.

He’s also patient, compassionate, and protective, particularly of Chihiro, whom he regards as a close friend.

Haku is different from other anime dragons in that he has a little more elegance and tact, yet he still has his less dignified moments.


Kanna Kamui is the third character in the Kanna Kamui series.

Kanna Kamui in Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid

Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid is an anime series created by Miss Kobayashi.

We’ve previously met a number of dragons that seem to get their thrills by terrifying whole kingdoms…

But what about the cutest dragon in all of anime?

Kanna is the whole shebang.

She’s tough, she’s adorable (understatement of the year), and she looks very elegant in her dragon form.

She’s everyone’s favorite loli/prankster dragon, who, like Tohru, has learned to be impartial and nice to humans.

To be honest, seeing her and Kobayashi together often reminds me of normal wholesome mother-daughter moments.

Only in this scenario, the daughter is a 300-year-old dragon that, if she gets serious in combat, may wipe out a whole city.


2. White Dragon with Blue Eyes

Blue-Eyes White Dragon from Yu-Gi-Oh! anime

Yu-Gi-Oh! is a Japanese anime series.

The Blue-Eyes White Dragon is without a doubt one of the most well-known monster cards in the Yu-Gi-Oh! series.

Of course, Seto Kaiba, everyone’s favorite wealthy kid in anime, is responsible for the show’s success.

He simply appears to like playing with this card…

Even though it typically doesn’t work out in the end.

I’m not sure whether Seto photocopies his cards or not, but he always appears to have an excessive number of Blue-Eyes cards in his deck.

I’m not going to lie, the dragon does seem to be rather ill.

I can’t say I blame Seto for being too invested in it.


Shenron is number one.

Shenron in Dragon Ball Z anime

Dragon Ball Z is a Japanese animated television series.

The original — and possibly the most popular anime dragon of all time – takes the top slot.

Shenron is unique in that the whole series often centers on him (just look at the title! ), rather than being a “Deus ex machina” story device.

That was the case before Goku and his comrades were more interested in battling gods than in collecting Dragon Balls.

Shenron, please accept my apologies. Isn’t it true that Dragon Ball GT done you some justice?

Nonetheless, there are no other dragons in anime that can compare to Shenron in terms of legendary status.

If you’ve ever wished for the finest anime dragon, your dream has been fulfilled.

After all, no one will ever be able to match this incredible genie/dragon combination.

Not in my opinion, at least.

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