Drampa like to communicate with humans and other kinds of Pokemon. They treat children gently, and frequently gather at playgrounds and schools.
Although they are mostly kind Pokemon, when they know children they befriended are facing danger, they will become extremely angry. At that time their Dragon Breath can even reach the power that can blow away a building!
Drampa can be seen as a counterpart to Turtonator. Both are dual-Dragon-type Pokémon introduced in Generation VII. Both also have the same BST with the same stats with the exception of Speed. Turtonator is exclusive to Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Ultra Sun and Drampa is exclusive to Pokémon Moon and Pokémon Ultra Moon.
Drampa is apparently based on an Eastern dragon from various Asian cultures. It may also be based on elders, such as its white beard and hair.
Drampa might be a combination of dragon and grandpa.
Names in other languages
Japanese: Jijilong (combination of jiji (old man) and long (Chinese for dragon)).
French: Draïeul (combination of dragon and aïeul (elder))