Dracone is fighting a group of villains with whom he was never affiliated. They taunt him, stating that he only beat his former allies because he knew their weaknesses. He reveals that he just spread that story to make himself appear weaker than he was, and wipes the floor with them.
Dracone is powerful as a villain. He is more skilled as a hero, but mediocre due to how weak he is without unleashing his Dragon Rage technique. However if he loses control and relapses, it isn't as powerful as it was before. However if restrained to a Tranquil Fury he can strike with a new kind of power, creating the strongest offensive skill in the entire series... Except he neglects defense without the toughness of earlier, but...
Averted: He's just as strong good as he was evil.
Enforced: "Dracone has lost a lot of his fanbase when he became a good guy. You know what that means...he's got to start losing battles."
Lampshaded: "At least we were able to turn Dracone to the side of good." "...Yeah, like that's done us a lot of good."
Invoked: When it looks like Dracone is about to make his Heel-Face Turn, Emperor Evulz strips him of a lot of his power.
Defied: Dracone either finds a way to keep his power or finds some other way to contribute.
Discussed: "I know Dracone was really tough for us to beat, but it seems like all he's done since joining us is lounge around and get his ass kicked."
Conversed: "Oh crap, the bad guy became a good guy. Hope he didn't like winning."
Realizing that he made a far better villain than a good guy, Dracone decides to swear off good deeds forever, becoming irredeemable.
The Heroes recognize this will happen and outright reject Dracone, reasoning that he'll 'just be a load.'.
Reconstructed: He knows he's not very good as a hero, but Dracone decides that he'd rather be on the side of good, even if that means sitting on the sidelines.