Duskull can evolve into a Dusclops starting at Level 37. Starting in Generation IV onward, Dusclops can evolve a second time into a Dusknoir if it is traded to another game while holding a Reaper Cloth.
Dusclops is in the Amorphous Egg Group, and its Egg takes approximately 6,400 Steps to hatch. It takes Dusclops 800,000 Experience Points to reach Level 100.
Dusclops takes on the appearance of a ghost with a single eye, short arms and short, stubby legs.
Dusclops doesn't have any gender differences to differentiate between male and female.
Dusclops appears on the first, third, and fifth floors of Sky Pillar in Ruby.
Dusclops appears at Route 224 in Diamond and Pearl. Dusclops also appears at Sendoff Spring and Turnback Cave in Platinum. Dusclops appears at the Safari Zone's Mountain area in Heart Gold and Soul Silver after 18 Forest Objects have been placed and 20 Days have passed since the placement of those objects.
Dusclops appears at Endless Level 65, Forever Level 15 and Mr. Who's Den in Pokémon Trozei!.
Dusclops can only be obtained by evolving a Duskull in the first round of Mystery Dungeon games. In Explorers of Time, Explorers of Darkness and Explorers of Sky, Dusclops appears at Dark Hill B1-B15, but can't be recruited. Dusclops appears in all three versions of Mystery Dungeon 3, obtainable by evolving Duskull.
Dusclops appears at Panulla Cave in Pokémon Ranger. Dusclops appears at the Oil Field Hideout in Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia. In Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs, Dusclops appears in the Noir Forest on a patrol but can be approached from behind, and onboard the Submarine before battling the Boss of that area in the Present, and the Dark Temple Mission "Glowing Roads in the Darkness" in the past by capturing it and obtaining its Slate, but you have to defeat a very challenging boss in order to keep the Slate.
Dusclops can be found at Misty Edgeweater Hauntyard 2-2, Everspring Valley Hauntyard 4-2 and World Axle Hauntyard B1 in Pokémon Rumble Blast.
Dusclops appears at Spectra in Pokémon Conquest.
Trading Card Game
Dusclops appears in 9 sets and the 6th Movie Halfdeck. It is listed as an Uncommon Card in the Diamond and Pearl, Stormfront (2) and Boundaries Crossed sets, and is listed as a Rare Card in the EX Sandstorm, EX Deoxys, EX Emerald (EX Card), EX Crystal Guardians and EX Power Keepers sets.
A trainer named Butler uses a Dusclops in the film Jirachi Wishmaker.
Emerald would battle a wild Dusclops to pacify it in Chapter 311, and would obtain the same Dusclops in Chapter 314 inside the Artisan Cave. Other Wild Dusclops would make appearances in Chapters 228 and 241.
Phoebe would use her own Dusclops in Chapters 251 and 252.
Dusclops is listed in the Under-Utilized Tier of Competitive Battling. With the addition of Eviolite, Dusclops' solid defenses become an even bigger strength, making for a great mixed wall. Despite its slow speed it can provide Trick Room support to other teammates that benefit from such support, and it also has access to Status Condition moves such as Will-O-Wisp.
Dusclops isn't the best spinblocker in the 5th Generation Metagame, and its Offensive stats are considerably lacking. Additionally, despite its great defenses its HP is considerably low.
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