(Note: Pokémon that evolve via moves must either know the move before leveling up, or learn the move upon leveling up. For example, a Pokémon that does not learn the required move but is taught it via the Move Expert in Venesi City must be leveled up again before it will evolve. It is also possible to breed offspring that already know the required move and will evolve immediately upon leveling up as long as the required move is not replaced.)
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.
Upon evolving, Dunseraph lost all of its original types.
The only canonical Pokémon that share this trait are Eevee and Alolan Marowak.
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).