It evolves from Dunsparce by leveling up while knowing the move Sky Fall (learned at level 42).
Said to be descended from a DUNSPARCE that climbed Sky Pillar. It can alter the air pressure at will.
Dunseraph is a serpentine Pokémon with four wings: two on its head and two on its back. It has two forelegs and no hind legs. Its tail ends in a drill. Its body is yellow with a blue underbelly and blue stripes down its back. It has two long whiskers coming from its chin.
Female Dunseraph have shorter wings and barbels on their head, and have a stripe on their tail.
Dunseraph can alter the air pressure at will. It is a graceful flyer and can glide through the air with ease. Its tail also allows it to drill into the earth like its pre-evolution.
Dunseraph are graceful, noble, and proud Pokémon, despite their humble beginnings as Dunsparce. They will only fight for a trainer who has earned their respect.
Dunseraph are very rare and seldom seen outside of captivity.
Dunseraph is based off the Tsuchinoko, a creature from Japanese mythology. It likely also draws inspiration from winged serpents and angels. It could also be based off of an Amphiptere, a type of winged serpent shown in heraldry.
Dunseraph comes from dun (grayish yellow) and seraph (the highest rank of angel in Christian theology).