100 Percent Zygarde vs Mega Rayquaza

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100 Percent Zygarde vs Mega Rayquaza

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Dragon type pokemon are considered the most powerful and broken type before the introduction of fairy pokemon. They are still powerful, but who would be the most powerful dragon pokemon to claim the Throne of Dragons?

When it comes to the game sense, Mega Rayquaza takes the spot for the top dragon as he was banned from Ubers and has his own teir. The devastating 780 base can easily knock out most pokemon in one hit, not to mention that this pokemon does not need a mega stone to mega evolve. With Delta Stream it destroys most of its weakness.

Zygarde may not seem to be a canidate for this battle till his new form was announced. In lore, Zygarde is the balance between Life and Death, which he creates Order when the two become unbalanced. Plus with the ecosystem is out of whack, it gets all of its power to become a giant powerhouse. Not is much known about his stats but it was assumed that his stats would double easily killing every competition. It is also says that his power far exceeds the other two pokemon in his trio.

Perfect Ce- Zygarde is Dragon/ Ground with his signature move Thousand Waves/ Arrows. Mega Rayquaza is Dragon/ Flying with his signature Dragon Ascent.

Meanwhile there is one other mega would ties in 2nd place with a base stat of 700..along with some other mega dragons and legendary ones.

Who would win this battle?

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Oct 20, 2015 | 10:10 AM EDT
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