It evolves from Droot starting at level 48 and evolves into Frugon starting at level 65. It is the Mid-stage Evolutionary line of one of Rikoto's Pseudo-Legendary Pokémon; the others are: Slitheat, Valure, Strikloud and Fayegon.
Dragoon is a Pokémon based on a dragon and a dragon fruit, also known as a pitaya. It has a simple design; it has red skin, green leaves that are also known as "wings", a green stem at the base, and two white eyes made of edible flesh with two black seeds for pupils.
Dragoon's skin is resilient to the point where it can even resist a boulder being dropped onto it. For the lucky farmers who can find one, they can be effective in repelling birds.
Dragoon's skin is sturdy enough to withstand a boulder being dropped on it. Any lucky farmers who find one can use it as an effective scarecrow, in a way.
Dragoon cannot be found in the wild, so you must Evolve a Droot in order to obtain one.
Shiny Coloration Differences
For Shiny Dragoon, the red flesh turns indigo, while the "wings" have a subtle change, turning a brighter shade of yellowish-green.
Dragoon's skin is resilient to the point where it can even resist a boulder dropping onto it. For the lucky farmers who can find one, they can be effective in repelling birds.
Dragoon, and its family, originally had an unique type combination before ORAS; since then, Mega Sceptile was the first official Pokémon that is Grass/Dragon.
Additionally, Alolan Exeggutor in Sun and Moon, and Applin, Flapple and Appletun in Sword and Shield are official Pokémon that are also Grass/Dragon-types.
It shares the same name as Dratini's Beta Name.
Droot's Evolutionary line replaced Meleon's, which was available before the final release of Solar Light and Lunar Dark.
Dragoon is based on a dragon fruit, which is also known as a pitaya, mixed with European Dragons; the way it is designed makes it seem more like that of a Pupal Stage seen in an insect; this trait is seen with a few other official Pseudo-Legendary Pokémon in their Middle Stage, those being Shelgon and Pupitar.
Dragoon's name is a combination of the words Dragon and cocoon, and possibly even goon.
In other languages
from Pitaya (Dragonfruit), Drache (Dragon) and Kapsel (Shell)