Small, silent and lethal, the Dunesayer has been employed as an assassin, security sentry and hunting companion for thousands of years in desert regions, though its talents are applicable to a wide range of situations and environments. With its broad telekinetic vortex, it whips sand, soil or other particulate detritus into a whirling dust storm, obscuring its presence as it tracks prey and awaits an opening for its paralyzing sting. In an emergency, it may even concentrate its field into a focused stream, shredding the flesh of an opponent with a powerful sand blast.
In its preferred habitat, a Dunesayer rarely exposes its entire body and feels uncomfortably vulnerable above ground, swimming effortlessly through sand or soil in a rapid corkscrew-like pattern. It is quite fond of bones and has been known to wear a hollowed-out skull over its cranium, disguising itself as it peers above the sand to watch for prey.