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Duskull Evolution Chart

Updated on March 30, 2012

Duskull Evolution Chart

Duskull Evolution Chart showing the Duskull evolutuions
Duskull Evolution Chart showing the Duskull evolutuions

Duskull Fan Art

Fantastic Duskull Fan Art
Fantastic Duskull Fan Art

The Duskull Evolution Chart Explained

So what do the images above mean in regards to the Duskull evolution? As you can see the evolution chart for Duskull is a bit more involved than, say, the Numel Evolution Chart, but thankfully not as complex as the Tyrogue Evolution Chart!

The start of it is wonderfully simple, you just continuing levelling up the Pokemon in the same manner you would to evolve any Pokemon, such as the Mankey evolution. Then, at level 37, Duskull evolves into Dusclops, a powerful Pokemon in his own right (and one of the best Eviolite users in the game).

Now if you want to evolve the Dusclops into a Dusknoir, things get a little more technical...

Finding a Reaper Cloth in Pokemon Black or White

If you own a copy of Pokemon Black or Pokemon White then the only way that you can find a Reaper Cloth is by getting one as a gift from a nice man on route 13 (who gives out random gifts on a daily basis), or by picking one up on Route 14 (where it is in the open).

How to Evolve Dusclops into Dusknoir

As the Duskull evolution chart says, to evolve Dusclops into a Dusknoir you are going to need to trade it whilst holding a Reaper Cloth.

The trade evolution is one used frequently in Pokemon, including such Pokemon as Machoke into Machamp and Kadabra into Alakazam from Generation 1. But with the Dusclops evolution things are a bit trickier as for it to evolve upon trading it needs to be holding a Reaper Cloth (see side bar for how to get one).

The trade needs to take place between compatible games. This means

Gen IV: It needs to be traded from one copy of Pearl / Diamond / Platinum / Soul Silver / Heart Gold to another copy.

Gen V: It needs to be traded from one copy of Pokemon Black or White to another.

Trading between the generations via the Pokeshifter does not count as part of the Duskull evolution chart, so your Dusclops won't evolve into a Dusknoir that way. Nor does putting it up on the GTS then taking it down again, or using the PokeRanch.

Having problems with this? Or maybe you need a Duskull traded to you? Then get over to the Pokemon Forums on MonsterDungeon.com and they will be happy to help!

Catching Duskull in Pokemon Black/ White

Duskull does not appear as a wild Pokemon in Pokemon Black or Pokemon White, so you will not be able to catch one in the normal way.

In fact the only way that you can catch a Duskull (or any of it's evolutions) is to catch one via the Dream World. Duskull appear in Spooky Manor right from the start (no matter how many points you have), and so meeting one there and bringing it in to your copy of Pokemon White or Pokemon Black is the only way you can catch a Duskull.

Quick Duskull Questions

  • Who can you evolve with the Reaper Cloth?

    Dusclops is the only Pokemon that evolves using the Reaper Cloth

  • What level does Duskull evolve at?

    As you can see on the Duskull evolution chart at the top, Duskull evolves at level 37

  • What level does Dusclops evolve at?

    As mentioned, Dusclops will never evolve by levelling up. It needs to be traded to another Pokemon game whilst holding the reaper cloth in order to evolve into Dusknoir

Dusknoir in action

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      Chris 

      3 years ago

      Sulgpisinrry well-written and informative for a free online article.

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      Patty 

      3 years ago

      I've been lokinog for a post like this for an age

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      Issam 

      3 years ago

      That damn Dirk is having tnakig too much space in this comic. Where are the other three white ferris-wheel's friends, specifically the maid (or maybe Trap Maid )?

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