Unlike other Pokemon games where players catch Pokemon with Pokeballs, Pokemon are captured in Pokemon Quest by luring them to base camp with specific food items. Prior to heading out on expeditions, players are able to throw ingredients into cooking pots, and when the food is finished, it will attract Pokemon of certain colors to camp.
One of the most sought-after Pokemon in Pokemon Quest, and most Pokemon games really, is Dratini. Dratini evolves into Dragonair and then Dragonite, which has long been one of the most popular and powerful Pokemon in the entire series, so it’s no wonder fans want to get their hands on one in Pokemon Quest. Luckily, getting Dratini in Pokemon Quest isn’t too difficult if players know the right recipes.
To attract Dratini to camp in Pokemon Quest, players need to cook Blue Soda a la Cube. This is a blue dish that is made, as one might imagine, with primarily blue ingredients. There are nine different recipes players can use to create Blue Soda a la Cube, and all of them are listed below.
After getting a Dratini, Pokemon Quest players will want to evolve it into a Dragonair and then a Dragonite. To evolve Dratini into Dragonair in Pokemon Quest, it needs to reach level 30. From there, players will need to level their Dragonair from level 30 to level 55 to evolve it into a Dragonite.
To speed up the process of evolving Dratini to Dragonite, players will want to make sure they lure the highest level Dratini to base camp as possible. To do this, players will want to cook the ingredients in higher-tier cooking pots, which are unlocked by progressing through the main quest. Higher-tier cooking pots require more ingredients, but they will also attract higher level Pokemon.
For now, this is the only way to get a cube-shaped Dratini in Pokemon Quest. However, it’s possible that future updates will add more ways to catch Dratini and other Pokemon in the game.
Pokemon Quest is out now for iOS and Android mobile devices, as well as the Nintendo Switch.
Source: Prima Games