Maybe the idea is that it's also made of raw magic (and considering its arms form a dragon's face, maybe from dragon bones)? Also, each Titans represent a certain "age" of development. Regirock is Stone Age, Regice is Ice Age, Registeel is Bronze/Iron Age, Regieleki is Digital/Information Age, and Regidrago would likely be the Dark/Middle/Medieval Ages. A not so great time as, in our world, its when the Roman Empire fell which resulted in a lot of conflicts and wars. It was a chaotic time that was also filled with superstitions & legends such as this giant lizard which flew around and burned down people and villages, so in terms of Pokemon why not use that aspect into a Pokemon?The current discussion in the movepool oddities thread made me realise why I've been put off by Regidrago so far.
I actually like its design and think it looks pretty cool, but a Dragon-Type Regi shouldn't really exist. The whole point of the Regis is that they're moulded from natural materials by Regigigas, but dragon energy isn't the same type of natural substance that ice, rock, metal and electricity are. And it's not like a grass, poison, fire, ground, water, or even flying if they went the wind route Regi wouldn't work, so skipping straight to dragon just seems off?
Especially Grass-, Poison- and Ground-Type. These are sorely underrepresented in legendary / mythical circles.
Hmm, let's see what other Ages we got... Age of Enlightenment, Age of Discovery, Viking Age, Space Age, Age of Sail, Gilded Age, Atomic Age, Industrial/Machine Age, Jet Age, Jazz Age, Axial Age... we've got quite a few ideas left for Titan concepts.