A hotblooded seventh grader who's quite a good Samaritan. Mikey is one who never overlooks people in need and has a warm personality. He can charm both humans and Digimon alike. He usually accepts lots of requests and is usually a busy helper in his club activities.
Accidental Athlete: Taiki has joined many clubs in general, and in each of them he seem able to pull them off like a pro.
Taiki is stated to practice feverishly for whatever activity he's helping with beforehand so that he can pull it off, which is the primary reason he's exhausted to the point of passing out afterwards.
The Atoner: Taiki's attitude (not to mention his catchphrase), stems from an incident in his childhood where he saw another boy in pain and asked what was wrong. When said boy shrugged him off, Taiki went on his way, only to find out later that the boy had been in much worse shape than he had pretended to be and had to be carted off to the hospital. Mikey was traumatized by this and developed his trademark philosophy of not turning his back on others in need as a result of this.
The manga has him atoning for crippling another person for the sake of his own dream.
Awesomeness by Analysis: Shows this from time to time, being the strategist he is. Best example of this comes from episode 39, where he reveals that he had seen through Splashmon's deceptions since the very beginning, and just faked walking into his traps in order to lure him out of hiding and to reveal his plans.
Badass Normal: He occasionally fights and defeats enemy Digimon personally, although not as often as Marcus did.
This actually works to his advantage in episode 39 when Christopher realizes that Mikey's heroic impulses would never allow him to wait behind when his friends are in danger, prompting him to realize that the Mikey he is talking to is Splashmon in disguise.
It also is what allows them to finally beat Gravimon. Gravimon embedded his core in Christopher's body so that the only way he could die was for Mikey to die. He's about to blast Christopher, but Mikey jumps in between his beams and Christopher, forcing Gravimon to evacuate his core and allowing Shoutmon X7 to destroy it.
On top of that he appears to be one of the most prone to commit self-sacrifice characters since Shiro Emiya. Lucky for him, Digimon series tend to live on the more idealistic side of the sliding scale, so it'll probably come off as a good thing in the end.
Genre Savvy: Part of being a smart leader and strategist invokes this. For instance, he knows Splashmon's gimmick right off the bat.
He also has a decent idea of how to actually USE the Power of Friendship and essentially crippled GrandGeneramon by pointing out the Death General's lack of it.
Goggles Do Nothing: They're back. He has a tendency of flicking them with a finger when he gets an idea, but that's it.
Hotblooded: Downplayed. While he is sometimes impulsive, he has a sense of control, and he is not as hot-blooded as the previous protagonist. Although, very, very few people are as hot blooded as the previous protagonist.
Love Freak: Friendship this, friendship that...it seems to work to his advantage, though.
Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to Kiriha's blue, and the blue to Shoutmon's red, until 7 death generals where the relation with Kiriha reverses (Kiriha has tried to attack through a head on assault, while Mikey started using strategy and timing).
Mikey's classmate and kendo boy who proclaims to be Mikey's "eternal rival". Though argumentative, he is good natured and hates things that are immoral/unjust. He tries to take care of Mikey and the Digimon, and serves as Ballistamon's mechanic.
Dogged Nice Guy: Has a thing for Nene from the first time he sees her, but ultimately gets nowhere in spite of his best efforts. The fact that he and Angie have been marooned back in the human world makes the possibility of any progress even more unlikely.
Mikey's main partner Digimon, who has a soul of rock. He protects a village in the Green Zone from evil and is a leader admired by the villagers. This hot-blooded Digimon was charmed by Mikey. In addition to being the basis of a large number of Xrossed forms, he is one of the few Digimon capable of instant natural evolution.His digivolved and Xrossed forms are as follows:
Shoutmon X2, with Ballistamon. A squat robot whose design is firmly rooted in that of Ballistamon.
Shoutmon X3, with Ballistamon and Dorulumon. A tall humanoid resembling a Humongous Mecha, whose form is pretty much the basis of the appearance of all of Shoutmon's higher Xrossed forms.
Shoutmon X4, with Ballistamon, Dorulumon and the Starmons. Basically Shoutmon X3 with the addition of a sword made from the Starmons. Can be augmented into Shoutmon X4B with the addition of Beelzemon, Shoutmon X4K with Knightmon, and Shoutmon X4S with Spadamon.
Shoutmon X5, with Ballistamon, Dorulumon, the Starmons and Sparrowmon. Basically Shoutmon X4 with the addition of a blaster gun and rocket pack. Can be augmented into Shoutmon X5B with the addition of Beelzemon.
OmegaShoutmon, his natural digivolution. A lithe warrior resembling a fully-grown Shoutmon plated in gold.
Shoutmon DX, with ZekeGreymon. A bulky fighter which adds ZekeGreymon's armour, weapons and wings to OmegaShoutmon.
Shoutmon X6, with ZekeGreymon, Ballistamon, Dorulumon, and the Starmons. Exactly the same as Shoutmon X7 but without Sparrowmon added to it. (Manga only)
Shoutmon X7, with ZekeGreymon, Ballistamon, Dorulumon, the Starmons and Sparrowmon. A bulky gold-tinted warrior wielding a giant version of Shoutmon's microphone, adding parts of ZekeGreymon to the basic shape of Shoutmon X5.
Shoutmon EX6, with ZekeGreymon, AtlurBallistamon, JagerDorulumon and RaptorSparrowmon. A large, mechanical warrior wielding a drill cannon on his left arm and wields a blade attached to his right hand. Resembles Shoutmon X7, but is made up of the digivolved versions of the usual component Digimon. (Manga only)
Friend to All Children: Despite still being a kid himself, Shoutmon's best qualities are on display when he's around even younger Digimon- he tells ChibiKamemon that the most important things to be strong are "courage, guts, and friends" and he gives his own food to Lunamon and autographs a box of Diginoir for her. In return, the kids idolize him. In his final duel with Blastmon, he's motivated to keep fighting by his refusal to ignore the tears of children.
Golden Super Mode: OmegaShoutmon, which is carried over to Shoutmon DX, Shoutmon X7 and Shoutmon X7 Superior Mode.
Improbable Weapon User: His main weapon is a retro-style microphone. At least it can catch fire and project super sonic waves. And is a mace. It also serves as the hilt for his sword when in X4 or higher.
Jerk with a Heart of Gold: At first it appears he wants Mikey around solely for the purpose of helping him to become the Digimon King. However, it turns out his reasons for doing that are so he can protect his village from the fighting that's spreading across the world.
Musical Assassin: His singing (more like shouting) triggers his "Soul Crusher" attack. According to his profile, he's so passionate about music that any time he really gets into a song, he can accidentally set off the attack.
Puppy-Dog Eyes: For a Mon who looks vaguely demonic, Shoutmon can employ this technique very effectively. So far, he has done it to dissuade Mikey from leaving and to persuade Mikey to have Chibitortomon to join Xros Heart.
One attack is like a super-buffed version of Three Victorize...METEOR SWORD ATTACK!
BURNING STAR CRUSHER!
Shoutmon's longtime partner in battle. He's an honest, warrior-like Digimon with a taciturn nature. He becomes a shield for his allies with his awesome power and armor. He combines with Shoutmon to become Shoutmon X2, and from there provides the basis of all of Shoutmon's Xrossed forms. He was a former pirate who drifted to the Village of Smiles, to which Shoutmon fought and then befriended by fixing him up.His digivolved and Xrossed forms are as follows:
DarkVolumon, his former identity/form before meeting Shoutmon. An all-blue war machine constructed by Olegmon, he resembles a reconfiguration of Ballistamon's components and uses dangerously powerful speakers in combat.
BalliBastemon, with Bastemon. A really, really bizarre mashup of the two, throwing Bastemon's arms, head and clothing onto Ballistamon's body.
Ballistamon Sextet Launcher, with Dorulumon. Ballistamon gains several cannons added to his body. (Manga only)
AtlurBallistamon, his natural evolution. A larger, bulkier, more armored version of Ballistamon with extra arms. (Manga only)
Wholesome Crossdresser: This is honestly the only thing we can describe BalliBastemon as. Besides kind of disturbing.
A loner who ends up becoming part of Xros Heart. His battle ability is high, but he hates being commanded or bound by rules. He's a cool vagabond. He combines with Shoutmon and Ballistamon to form Shoutmon X3, and from there forms the basis of the rest of Shoutmon's Xrossed forms.His digivolved and Xrossed forms are as follows:
JagerDorulumon, his natural evolution. A bipedal, armored version of Dorulumon wielding a drill-topped staff. (Manga only)
Evil-Detecting Dog: Played with in one episode where a seemingly human little girl turns up and Dorulumon has nothing against her personally and yet his "instincts" keep telling him something's wrong with her, and he's left in an awkward position for most of the episode because of this. Turns out his instincts were right...the girl was just a robot controlled by Splashmon.
Expy: Shares a remarkable resemblance with Tiger. Furthermore, his name and looks are also derived from Garurumon.
Heel-Face Turn: He used to work for the Bagra army, but left them after they fired on his platoon in order to take out an enemy.
Peach is a Boy/Funny Background Event: In the episode where he finally loudly announces his gender to the rest of Xros Heart, Shoutmon's expression afterward clearly shows he's pretty shocked by this as well.
Shoutmon's "otoutobun" (Shoutmon treats him like a younger brother) who greatly admires Shoutmon, and fights by flying through the air. He is in command of a number of Pickmons, which are part of his Meteor Squall attack.There are three varieties of Pickmon. The most common are the silver ones, who appear armored and wear shades similar to Starmon's. Then there's the yellow, more friendly looking Pickmon (who can spit out small clones called Chibickmon), and finally, the red Pickmon, who seems to be unique and has attached himself to Zenjirou.Their digivolved and Xrossed forms are as follows:
The Star Sword, consisting of Starmon and various combinations of Pickmons. A blade that's been used by both Shoutmon and Zenjiro at some points; they also contribute to Shoutmon X4 and X5 by forming a larger Star Sword for him. Each Pickmon combination creates a different variation on the Star Sword.
ShootingStarmon, a Jogress evolution of Starmon with all of the Pickmons, and effectively Starmon's natural evolution. A more ornate and spiky Starmon attached to a meteor. (Manga only)
Cool Shades: Starmon and the silver Pickmons have them.
Cool Sword: Formed from the standard combination using the silver-colored Pickmons.
Expy: Averted. He's named after but looks nothing like the existing Starmon seen in earlier versions of the franchise. It does, however, resemble a simplified SuperStarmon, at least in the color and shades. Shooting Starmon also has a slight resemblance to Starmon X.
Fast Ball Special: One of their Xrosses, a slingshot. Starmon's digivolved form also has a fastball attack with Shoutmon EX 6 in the manga.
A wide-eyed young Digimon who looks up to Shoutmon. Xros Heart met him in the Island Zone area, and after helping them defeat the Bagra army and to secure the island's Code Crown, he ended up joining Xros Heart. Like Shoutmon, he wants to fight to protect the people important to him, and has bravery beyond his small size.His digivolved and Xrossed forms are as follows:
GolemJijiKamemon, with Golemon and Jijimon. Chibitortomon gains Golemon's arms and strength, and the mane and...propulsion ability...of Jijimon.
The elder of the Village of Smiles, who ends up traveling with Xros Heart when they begin searching for the Code Crown. He's useful for dispensing information, but sometimes, he doesn't know quite as much as he lets on.
Eccentric Mentor: He's knowledgeable, but also forgets thinks and is just as prone to getting excited and comic relief as the others. Basically, he's been around, but he's not exactly The Obi-Wan or anything.
Gasshole: Played up in relation to his old age, to the point where his DigiXros sequences have him coughing and spluttering.
Simple Staff: Except it has a gigantic cat's paw on it. Jijimon can balance on it and use it as a makeshift perch.
Basically, a living taiko drum. Dondokomon is one of the residents of the Village of Smiles who ends up traveling with Taiki and Xros Heart. He loves festivals, and never misses an opportunity to celebrate...even if it's in the middle of a battle.
Knightmon is an armored Digimon who commands the armies of PawnChessmons in the Lake Zone under Bastemon. He was rescued near death by Taiki, and after the Lake Zone is secured he joins Xros Heart along with a squadron of PawnChessmons.His digivolved and Xrossed forms are as follows:
Knightmon Wise Sword Mode, with Wisemon. Knightmon gains Wisemon's scarf, and his sword is transformed into the Wise Sword, an enormous blade which flings energy beams.
Leitmotif: He's the only character that has a specific tune (DigiMelodies not counting) that is played whenever he is called - a whistling Western-style tune.
An aloof demon lord Digimon resembling a winged knight. He is the reincarnation of Baalmon, who sacrificed himself to save Shoutmon X4. He can DigiXros with Shoutmon X4 and X5 to become X4B and X5B, and has Xrosses with other Digimon as well.His digivolved and Xrossed forms are as follows:
Baalmon, his identity before being revived from the dead. See below.
An unnamed Digimon, with Deputymon. Deputymon forms a second Arm Cannon for Beelzemon.
Revenge: His other primary motivation. He later gets a surprising look at how ugly revenge can be, but to be fair to him his motives were more understandable than his enemy's.
Satan: Subverted. The name? Yes. But he had no evil qualities whatsoever — quite the opposite, he was loyal and selfless. Not to mention, his background story (being one of the Goddess' Warriors as Baalmon) made him a holy warrior.
Undying Loyalty: He's probably the most loyal to Taiki besides Shoutmon. In the episodes leading up to his death, he kept going on about how Taiki was the one who gave him the power to reincarnate and how he'd vowed to devote his life to him. Also, he rarely if ever questioned Taiki's decisions (unlike the others who pretty much thought he was crazy half the time).
A Digimon researching the Digital World. He lives inside a book that acts as a laboratory and protection as he crosses the digital space. When Taiki ends up drifting between zones, Wisemon catches him to use a lab animal. He helps Taiki rescue his friends, then joins Xros Heart to continue his studies and provide analysis support for the army.
The Faceless: Pretty hilarious too when he eats a bunch of DigiNoir. However, we see him from a lot of angles in episode 48 that make it clear that the black space is his head, much like Deputymon before him, though it's sometimes played with like scenes of Matrix Raining Code running down them, also in episode 48.
For Science!: He intends to study Taiki even after joining Xros Heart, even calling him his "lab animal".
Home Base: The book which he uses as a lab. He later resides in Taiki's Xros Loader after sacrificing it to save Taiki from Arkadimon.
Mecha Expansion Pack: In every DigiXros involving him (Mervamon Wide Hi-Vision Sword and Knightmon Wise Sword Mode), he exclusively acts as this, augmenting the size and power of the primary Digimon's weapon.
Mind over Matter: Though you can see him control stuff when he has those small orbital things appearing on his hands.
A trio of under-trained, red Monitamons who lacked confidence in their skill. It was only until they sneaked the Monitafort with Zenjiro did they gain confidence, allowing Nene to DigiXros them into Hi-Vision Monitamon. They joined Xros Heart to help communicate with Nene who will be leaving to search for her brother.
Joined the Xros Heart army in Episode 21 and about halfway through the manga.
Nene's new main partner. She is a warrior Digimon who resides in Honey Land. She protects the Digimon there from Zamielmon's army. She wants to free Honey Land from Zamielmon's control and stop Ignitemon, her brother, from helping him in his evil deeds. After the defeat of Zamielmon she decides to join Xros Heart and after their battle against Yuu and DarkKnightmon she promises Nene to become her strength and becomes her main partner.Her digivolved and Xrossed forms are as follows:
JetMervamon, with Sparrowmon. Mervamon is equipped with Sparrowmon's guns and jetpack, and as such has the ability to fly.
Mervamon Wide Hi-Vision Sword, with Wisemon and a Hi-VisionMonitamon. The sword Olympia Kai is upgraded with a powerful sensor array and a viewscreen from which Wisemon reports on what the sword detects.
Mythology Gag: "Sexy Dynamite" is a phrase associated with an infamous removed scene of Izumi in a skimpy bikini back in Digimon Frontier. Unsurprisingly, just like the signature move of Izumi's human-spirit Fairymon, its use as an attack involves the Ass Kicks You trope.
Nene's younger sister and the replacement of Yuu in the Xros Wars manga. She was in a coma and trapped inside of a crystal, forcing Nene to help DarkKnightmon so he would free her. Luckily, Taiki and the others managed to free her and she joined Xros Heart as a general.
A beautiful girl who leads the mysterious army Twilight. She appears to be searching for strong soldiers for an unknown purpose. She's not really the leader of Twilight and just a puppet of DarkKnightmon's who is being manipulated because she wants to save her brother Yuu and return home. She joins Taiki and Xros Heart in Episode 21, along with those members of Twilight who actually supported her.
Beware the Nice Ones: She has a few tricks up her sleeves. When she asked Kiriha to join her, and when she brought out Sparrowmon she means business.
In the manga she's seen relaxing in a beach, and Sparrowmon just finished off the Bagra commander, then she decides whether to take out either Taiki or Kiriha
Big Sister Instinct: She wroked under DarkKnightmon in order to rescue her brother, Yuu, who had vanished into the Digital World, or alternatively so that he would help cure her sick sister.
Chickification: The first season started her off as a competent Action Girl who even manupilated Kiriha to joining her team at first. However, her role and skills begin to diminish as seasons pass, especially in season 3 where she complains that Kiriha is being too rough despite handling worse
Color-Coded for Your Convenience: One might assume her color is green, like the Monitamon working for her...until she pulls out a Black Xros Loader. It later turns lavender.
Cosplay Otaku Girl: In the second arc. It definitely comes in handy sometimes. Where does she get the costumes? Who knows.
Eviler than Thou: In the show she is willing to torture defeated and non combatant Digimon to get what she wants, Kiriha as no interest in abusing on the weak if they are not in his way or those who are clearly defeated. In the manga she is willing to take hostages and hold their safety over her enemy's heads, which drives Kiriha away.
Exposed to the Elements: In the manga she claims that she cannot feel the cold, or much of anything for that matter.
Redemption Rejection: Manga!Nene also states she will never be able to make up for her sins since she has lost the ability to feel remorseful about them.
Expy: Somewhat reminisciant of Rika, even moreso in the sequel series when we find out she has daddy issues. Bonus points for being voiced by Melissa Fahn in the English dub version who also voiced Rika.
A trio of ninja Digimon who serve Nene, spying on the heroes and collecting information for her. The Monitamon join Xros Heart along with Nene in Episode 21.Their digivolved and Xrossed forms are as follows:
Hi-VisionMonitamon, a merger of three Monitamon. A variety of Monitamon dressed in black and with an HD televisionnote "Hi-Vision" is the Japanese term for HD television for a head instead of an old CRT TV, with a yellow satellite dish mounted on top of it.
Subverted. Despite their looks and tomfoolery, Nene always seems to have information on Taiki's whereabouts and deeds. The implication? The Monitamon are always there, doing such a good job of spying that we never see them.
And then played straight in the Shinobi Zone, pretty much all of them in bright colors you'd expect in another series.
A female Digimon in the shape of a yellow fighter jet, who serves Nene. She joins Xros Heart along with Nene in Episode 21, and contributes to the Shoutmon X5 and Shoutmon X7 Xrosses.Her digivolved and Xrossed forms are as follows:
Sparrowmon After Burner, with Ballistamon. Ballistamon becomes a pair of jet engines attached to Sparrowmon's back, allowing her to fly at high speeds. (Manga only)
RaptorSparrowmon, her natural evolution. A much larger Sparrowmon with huge wings, several tendril-like tails, legs, and a more bird-like appearance. (Manga only)
Joined the Bagra Army in episode 31, remained separate in the manga
A powerful, mysterious Digimon that belongs to Nene's Twilight army. He is the true leader of Twilight and is in possession of the Darkness Loader, which he claims will unlock his desires. Episode 29 reveals that he is in fact Bagramon's younger brother.His digivolved and Xrossed forms are as follows:
SkullKnightmon, one of the two base components of DarkKnightmon. A squat knight with a skull motif, dual-wielding red lances.
DeadlyAxemon, one of the two base components of DarkKnightmon. A black quadrupedial creature whose body mostly consists of blades.
MusouKnightmon, with Tuwarmon. DarkKnightmon receives a massive Tuwarmon-shaped BFG turret attached to both of his hands.
Aristocrats Are Evil: He did say that he was but a noble. Although Bagramon calls him out on this near the end of the series, saying that he started calling himself a noble one day despite never actually being one. However, according to the official subs available for viewing on Crunchyroll, Bagramon instead chastises him for proudly flying the banner of nobility just to make himself look good, so he may actually be an aristocrat after all, but one who defines himself by flaunting his noble status rather than letting his merit speak on its own accord.
The Dragon: Becomes this to Bagramon after joining his side upon the Bagra Army's collection of the Code Crowns at the conclusion of the series's first half.
Dragon-in-Chief: Is granted full authority over the Bagra Army by the Emperor himself and is specifically charged with policing the subjugated countries in his brother's stead. Oddly, his official rank in the army is "Admiral," in spite of the fact that the only ocean is ruled by a piratical Death General and the rest of the empire has nothing resembling a naval force.
Dragon with an Agenda: Planned to betray his brother from the very beginning by means of absorption with the Darkness Loader.
This is ultimately subverted when we find out in episode 29 that DarkKnightmon was part of the Bagra Army from the start; technically he and Lilithmon were always on the same side, Lilithmon just didn't know it.
Evil Laugh: He can't even seem to finish his sentences without some sort of ominous chuckling, to say *nothing* of when he's properly "amused".
Obviously Evil: As well as the Glowing Eyes of Doom, which should be enough for any sane person, the very names of him and the Digimon that make him up (SkullKnightmon and DeadlyAxemon don't exactly sound like creatures you'd like to meet at night) and also the Evil Laugh all add to one of the most frightening Digimon ever to appear.
The Starscream: Betrays Bagramon with a hefty backstab, before DigiXrossing with him to attain full power. Backfires spectacularly when Bagramon seizes back control from within and effectively destroys him.
His brother knew DarkKnightmon was antagonistic towards him, but admired his forward thinking. It seems that the brothers have a rather...unique relationship.
Wicked Cultured: He maintains the air of a gentleman, speaking in a tone that emphasizes his arrogance and nobility.
Nene's younger brother. He was manipulated by DarkKnightmon into leading the Bagra Army as its primary tactician, believing it all to be just a game.
Voiced by: Kanae Oki (Japanese)
The Atoner: Yuu will probably head this way in the second series, because it looks like he'll be a part of the good guys.
Beneath the Mask/Not Brainwashed: Before he entered the Digital World, Yuu was a kind boy who did not want to hurt anyone. However, he resented having to handicap himself in order to keep himself from hurting others. His behaviour in the Digital World was due to his belief that no one there could get hurt or die, which let him use his full talents with impunity.
Expy: Of Ken from Digimon Adventure 02. He thinks that the Digital World is just a game, even though his sister and her friends tell him otherwise. He is actually a very kind kid who just wants to be able to escape the sadness and pain of the Real World, and his Digimon dies in his arms.
Heel Realization: When he finally realizes his actions have been causing real pain and death, it hits the poor kid hard. He even calls himself "the worst person in the world" at one point, distraught as he is.
Human Resources: His energy is used to fuel the Darkness Loader in episodes 52 and 53.
A seventh grader who leads and fights with Greymon and a large Digimon army. He eliminates enemies with cold and calculated methods, spreading the influence of his power so as to take over the Digital World.
Action Survivor: He does not fight monsters but he can avoid being hit by them pretty well, even in the thick of their fights.
Aloof Ally: Kiriha becomes this in the beginning of the Death Generals arc. He travels with the group, but still chooses to go on his own at times and is not exactly buddy-buddy with Taiki and Nene. That is, until the last few episodes; compare him then to how he was at the beginning of the series.
More Than Mind Control: Gravimon inflicts this to him in episode 42, using Kiriha's feelings against him and making him turn against Xros Heart.
Red Oni, Blue Oni: The blue to Taiki's red, until the 7 death generals, where the relation reverses (Kiriha has tried to attack through a head on assault, while Taiki started using strategy and timing).
The Social Darwinist: In the show he simply has no interest in those he considers weak and just wants to prove himself the strongest. In the manga, he actually wants to see the weak destroyed and is not above doing so if something else does not occupy his time.
Tsundere: Not as a character overall, pre or post character development, but his "opening up moment" is about as wonderful an example of a classic tsundere moment as you can get, complete with blushing and stuttering. It's hilariously out of character (and proves how far he's come in trusting others).
Kiriha's battle partner. A powerful combatant with the personality of an angry guard dog.His digivolved and Xrossed forms are as follows:
MetalGreymon, with MailBirdramon. He gains armour plating and weaponry vaguely reminiscent of the original MetalGreymon. Can be augmented into DeckerGreymon with the addition of Deckerdramon, and gains the Cyber Launcher weapon when Xrossed with Cyberdramon.
RampageGreymon, with MailBirdramon, Ballistamon and Dorulumon. MetalGreymon gains many cannons and drills attached to his body. (Manga only)
ZekeGreymon, his natural digivolved form, accessible only from the MetalGreymon form. A gigantic gold-plated variation on MetalGreymon, armed with tail-mounted and hand-mounted cannons.
Shoutmon DX, with OmegaShoutmon, accessible only from the ZekeGreymon form. A bulky fighter which adds ZekeGreymon's armour, weapons and wings to OmegaShoutmon.
Shoutmon X7, with OmegaShoutmon, Ballistamon, Dorulumon, the Starmons and Sparrowmon, accessible only from the ZekeGreymon form. A bulky gold-tinted warrior wielding a giant version of Shoutmon's microphone, adding parts of ZekeGreymon to the basic shape of Shoutmon X5.
Curb-Stomp Battle: Ones that spring to mind are ZekeGreymon obliterating Dorbickmon in one blow and on the reverse side Gravimon returning the favor to him in episode 42.
Dinosaurs Are Dragons: And act like dinosaurs too. Greymon drinking from a lake in episode 19 seemed to have been lifted from Jurassic Park. Though to be fair, he lacks the "dramon" part which most of the dragon-type digimon have.
Spell My Name with an S: While his digivolved form's name is quite clearly Romanized as "ZekeGreymon" by everything official, and it's clear that he has a letter Z motif to parallel OmegaShoutmon's Ω motif, there are still those that insist on calling him "SiegGreymon" which, while cool-sounding, isn't actually a possible transliteration of "ジークグレイモン" and doesn't fit with the Z motif. On a smaller scale, there are those who choose to spell it "ZeekGreymon".
To Serve Man: Has a reputation for eating unsatisfactory generals in the manga.
Walking Tank: The DeckerGreymon combination gives him tank treads and a bunch of armaments in the show, the manga has RampageGreymon.
Satellite Character: He has virtually no characterization beyond being Greymon's Digi Xros partner, and exists for virtually no other purpose. It's best exemplfied with ZekeGreymon - it evolves from the merger of Greymon and MailBirdramon, yet is essentially treated to just be Greymon.note Even the fans forgot about this, asking why Shoutmon X7 wasn't X6, completely forgetting that ZekeGreymon was comprised of two Digimon to begin with!
Out of Focus: In the earlier episodes, he had a lot more dialogue and screentime on his own. The arrival of Greymon shot down any higher aspirations pretty quickly.
The powerful king of the Bagra Empire, and the leader of its Bagra Army. He commands a vast army of Digimon along with the three generals, but does not leave his castle until the endgame.His digivolved and Xrossed forms are as follows:
DarknessBagramon, with DarkKnightmon. An immensely powerful fusion of the two, with the addition of two enormous black wings.
Anti-Villain: In the manga he would rather destroy the world than let evil monsters like UltimateChaosmon, who he was barely able to seal away, take control. That and he is really frustrated with homeostasis "God" being unable to tell him why some monsters are born evil, like his brother.
Battle in the Center of the Mind: After being seemingly killed and assimilated by DarkKnightmon, he wrests control back through one of these, and initially confronts Taiki, Akari and Cutemon in one during the final battle.
Curb-Stomp Battle/Single-Stroke Battle: After curbstomping everyone several times initially even before becoming DarknessBagramon, he himself ends up on the recieving end of one these at the hands of Shoutmon X7 Superior Mode.
Disk One Final Boss: Subverted.DarkKnightmon tried to take over, but it backfired big time. Also worth noting is that he's the first Digimon Big Bad to remain the main antagonist throughout their entire series, Anime series anyway.
He also has a number of similarities to Daemon, both conceptually and in terms of his role in the story.
Gadgeteer Genius: In the manga by virtue of his long relationship with homeostasis.
I Am Not Left-Handed: You can tell just by looking that his most powerful hand is his right one. But even when that one is occupied with initiating D5, he's still prepared to wipe the walls with the good guys with just his left hand. Only being impaled by Dark Knightmon actually saves the heroes from getting creamed.
Red Right Hand: His right arm and leg are huge, bony and monstrous. His right arm is capable of drastically increasing in size to attack, enough to reach straight through to the human world and initiate D5.
Villain Ball: His decision to bring Kiriha to the Digital World is this since he does nothing about it afterwards and lets him wreak havoc on his army whether on his own or by teaming up with Taiki. Since Kiriha does play a strong role in his defeat, this ultimately came back to bite him.
A robotic Digimon shaped like a poop, who can transform into a golden, robotic ninja Digimon. While he appeared loyal to Bagramon, in reality, he served as a spy for DarkKnightmon, until they joined Bagramon. He later served as the personal bodyguard to Yuu Amano, and came to legitimately care for the boy.
BFG: The cannons on his back, called Tanegashima (which is the name of Japanese firearms, based on a Japanese island).
BFS: The Jatetsufuujinmaru (Sealed Iron Serpent God). Notable because it is damn huge...and it's not even unsealed yet! Key word there being seal, simply sheathing it was not enough and even if it's sealed, it can deal major damage!
Chekhov's Gun: The energy stored within the sword, which had remained undestroyed from Tactimon's defeat, is instrumental in Bagramon's D5 plot.
In the manga, it gets unsealed. And dear god does he kick ass once he starts using it.
Blood Knight: He delights in finding a Worthy Opponent in Team Xros Heart, and his normally stoic personality gives way to bombastic revelry whenever they push him to his limits. His sword was sealed prior to their second direct confrontation to curb its immense power, saving it for a foe formidable enough to merit its unsealing.
Fan Nickname: Has been called by the fans as Tac-chan as often as Blastmon calls him that.
First Blood: In the manga, even more impressive he that he was the first to ever make Greymon bleed.
Four Is Death: His tachi techniques follow a set pattern, one to four. However, the fourth technique uses the Kanji for death instead of four.
General Ripper: He's not above sacrificing the Bagra Army's soldiers in order to attain victory, which results in Dorulumon abandoning the Empire's army, and BlueMeramon betraying them for being considered such a sacrifice in the past.
Katanas Are Just Better: Confirmed to be the theme of his attacks by his website profile. Though, as noted above him, he does carry two cannons on his back.
Pragmatic Villainy: Despite his view on soldiers leaning towards "expendable" Tactimon goes easy on Kongoumon when he learn Kongoumon had been fighting Twilight, Blue Flare and Xros Heart all at once in addition to the regular zone resistance and then goes to the forest zone himself to help even the odds.
Demoted to Extra: Seems to have happened to her and Blastmon, as they were not allowed to become Death Generals, so they are now on "vacation" - and she's pissed off about it.
Villain Forgot to Level Grind: Despite her joke status and introduction of new powerful foes Lilithmon is still capable of giving the protagonists a good fight.She could have been just as dangerous as most of her successors if given access to their resources.
This is ultimately subverted when we find out in episode 29 that DarkKnightmon was part of the Bagra Army from the start; technically he and Lilithmon were always on the same side, Lilithmon just didn't know it.
Horny Devils: Well, she is supposed to be the Demon Lord of Lust, basically the Digimon equivalent of a succubus though Xros Wars don't seem to follow this particular bit of in-universe- she even gets teased by the Evilmons and Blastmon about "not having a boyfriend".
Not-So-Harmless Villain: Not that Lilithmon was weak to begin with or anything, but in the Death Generals arc she was mostly a side character used for comic relief more than serious battles. This is changed heavily in episode 48, where she merges with Blastmon, grows gigantic and starts absorbing the whole Hell's Field, threatening the lives of everyone inside in the process.
Revenge Myopia: In the show what keeps her going is revenge on Beelzemon for betraying her. Except it really could not be called "betrayal" when he is basically the second coming of someone she murdered and had ruined the life of prior to that killing.
Single Tear: In their final appearance, Lilithmon and Blastmon share tears when she reveals he and Tactimon were the only people she truly trusted.
The Smurfette Principle: She's the only girl in Bagramon's army (and in her Digimon group, the Seven Great Demon Lords).
Spell My Name with an S: Likely just an error, but TV Asahi's website called her "Rirismon," the flat transliteration of her name.
Too Kinky to Torture: In the manga adaptation, she has her soul ripped out, put into the body of a Gekomon, and then put back in her regular body; and what does she do after that? She squeals in ecstasy.
Villain Decay: While she had her moments, she was more threatening and competent in her initial appearances. This slowly changed as the series neared the Death General arc until finally she was just used for comic relief alongside Blastmon. Her last stand in Hell Field did help mitigate this a bit.
The last of the Bagra army's generals. A powerful warrior, he's obsessed with collecting and devouring diamonds in order to increase his own shine. Though ferociously strong, he's also a bit...well, off.
Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: When we first see him out and about, he's more preoccupied with getting his hands on treasure than he is on fighting his enemies. And making sure sand isn't all over his body. And...let's just say his attention span is just plain nonexistent.
Cloud Cuckoo Lander: As evidenced by his constant lack of concern for his duties. But what really drove it home was when he thought that Kiriha's partner Cyberdramon was in love with him...
Demoted to Extra: Seems to have happened to him and Lilithmon, as they were not allowed to become Death Generals, so they are now on "vacation".
Dumb Muscle: Even more so in the manga where he openly admits to it to being stupid and takes even more force to defeat. Show Blastmon was, if not much of a strategist, then at least able to connect dots and act on reasonable conclusions but was a little easier to fight against.
An assassin for the Bagra army, Baalmon is quite disliked by the Generals due to his closed and hard-to-read personality and sneaky behavior, which earned him the derogatory nickname "Shinigami". Baalmon seems to be serving the Bagra army for his own personal reasons, such as when he offers Lilithmon to assassinate Taiki.Baalmon actually hails from Sand Zone, and was a member of its guardians, the Warriors Of The Goddess, as well as its leader, Angemon's disciple. One day however, he was forced to kill every single member of the order when they suddenly went berserk, sporting a strange mark on his forehead. Thus, Baalmon joined the army to search for the one responsible for that traumatic day, oblivious to the fact that Lilithmon herself is to blame. After Lilithmon mortally wounds him, Taiki uses the power of the Goddess to revive him, and he is reincarnated as Beelzemon.
Dub Name Change: From Baalmon to "Reapmon" (reflecting his status as the Bagra army's grim reaper).
Expy: He's rather mysterious so far, but fans have already noticed a few suspicious similarities to a certain demon lord featuring prominently in Digimon Tamers... In fact, merchandise depicted Baalmon being reincarnated as Beelzemon and performing a Heel-Face Turn.
Which would be very fitting, as Beelzebub is one of the more prominent deities who are referred to as Baal, even having an alternative spelling as Baal Zebub.
He also has shades of Digimon Adventure's Wizarmon, in both appearance and ultimate fate.
Flash Step: He shows this off when Blastmon tries to forcefully, err, remove him.
Iconic Item: Beelzemon's helmet/mask in the Sand Zone episodes. It originally belonged to the goddess, and Baalmon is shown wearing it when he sacrifices himself. It then becomes his when he's reincarnated.
Last of His Kind: He's the last of The Goddess' Warriors who lived in Sand Zone. What happened to the rest of them? He killed them when they were under EBEmon's control.
Nothing Up My Sleeve: He has a shotgun hidden in his sleeve. Yes, it's one of Beelzemon's "Berenjena" shotguns.
Starter Villain: Well, might as well start out with a villain whom you know is going to die.
The commander for the Bagra army in the Island Zone. He commands a fleet of aquatic Digimon, which include a number of Mantaraymon fitted with armor that serve as battleships. His special spear is known as the King's Bite.
Namedar: In a meta sense. Arkadimon was the name Neo gave the one he had, so either he accidentally got the species name right or people in Xros Wars's universe just so happened to give there's the same name.
Olympus Mons: Very weak compared to his original portrayal in Digimon V-Tamer 01. That said, it is the only Digimon who had no trouble living in digital space and it eats data similar to Lucemon.
Villain Forgot to Level Grind: In the manga it was said to have rampaged through the domain of the gods but Duftmon had developed a vaccine against its most powerful attacks as a result of fighting it for hundreds of years.
A samurai Digimon who was able to take over the Shinobi Zone. He and his army was able to occupy the castle, and has strong lackeys like Shurimon and Gaioumon to back him up.
A very...odd-looking...Digimon who has a knack for sweets. He was able to take over Sweets Zone, sending its citizens underground while locking up the chefs to serve him delicious meals. He hosts an Iron Chef tournament to see who between WaruMonzaemon or Akari is the Sweets Master.
A large mechanical dragon Digimon buried beneath Sweets Zone. It was said that this Digimon was the one responsible for breaking the Digimon World into Zones, and had since then been depowered.
Gone Horribly Wrong: Once the human world was discovered the Bagra army's goal changed from taking over the Digital World to taking over everything that exists everywhere. Breakdramon was supposed to help them do this but it somehow ended with the two worlds on a collision course for each other.
Life Drinker: Uses the data from other Digimon to survive, particularly Cutemon's parents.
Noodle Incident: Exactly how it caused the Digital World's division is not explained.
They are the seven powerful Digimon who serve the Bagra Army in the reformed Digital World, each governing a "land". Each hold a Darkness Loader to allow themselves to DigiXros with another Digimon as opposed to simply absorbing them as done by typical Bagra Army commanders. They are supposedly gathering "Negative Energy" for an unknown purpose. Additionally, each Death General has an epithet, the first kanji of which corresponds to a day of the week.
One of the Seven Death Generals who serve DarkKnightmon. He is in charge of Dragon Land, and is the first of the seven generals to be battled by Xros Heart and Blue Flare.
One of the Seven Death Generals who serve DarkKnightmon. He is in charge of Vampire Land, where his fog barrier hides the sun and allows his vampire army to operate constantly. He and his minions are seemingly immortal.
Expy: NeoVamdemon is named after, and shares some attributes with Vamdemon from Digimon Adventure, including sleeping in a coffin, cruelty towards small adorable animals, and his use of a fog barrier to constantly remain active in his country.
In fact, the end of the final battle against him has a Shout-Out to Digimon Adventure 02, where he states that he can't die...until Beelzemon steps on his ashes.
Furthermore, all of his attacks are basically upgraded versions of Vamdemon's.
You Will Be Assimilated: He can force a DigiXros with anybody, even his opponents, as MetalGreymon found out the hard way.
This is what he did to the captured Lopmons, giving him immortality.
One of the Seven Death Generals who serve DarkKnightmon. He is in charge of Honey Land, where he terrorizes the populace in order to harvest their life and vitality to create "Digi Honey" inside of his massive beehive, which he then uses as a source of Negative Energy for Bagramon.
Manipulative Bastard: He really enjoys experiencing his opponents' fear and despair, and gleefully made Ignitemon and Mervamon fight one another.
Mini Mook: What he appears to be, but he's actually pretty damn powerful; he just takes advantage of being nearly impossible to hit at this size. And that's before he's revealed to actually be a Lightning Bruiser.
Our Demons Are Different: He is based on the demon huntsman Zamiel from Count Karlstein who in turn is based on Samael from Judaism.
He uses it load the Indra Arrow (The big red one.) into his chest.
One of the Seven Death Generals who serve DarkKnightmon. He is in charge of Cyber Land. He prefers not to engage his enemies directly, rather manipulating them and causing inside turmoil while being far away or hidden.
One of the Seven Death Generals who serve DarkKnightmon. Even before as a Death General, he is a pirate Digimon aided by Mermaidmon. He is able to brainwash other Digimon by attacking them and then disrupting their thinking via sound waves. He has a history with Ballistamon.
Affably Evil: Sure, he's a Death General, but unlike the others, he has genuine concern on his crew and he treats them well. He doesn't forcefully DigiXros them to himself. Towards his end, he commends Ballistamon and Shoutmon for being true friends.
Familiars: Talkative Surt and silent Jormungard, two spirits that rest in his shoulder pads. This is keeping in theme with his Nordic origins (being vikings and all), as Surt is the name of the fire giant (that's why he's a red spirit) and Jormungard is a serpent (that's why he's a blue serpent).
Heel-Face Turn: While technically he already did this after dying in episode 41, he admits doing this in episode 51.
Heroic Sacrifice: Right after Apollomon sends him, Taiki, Dorulumon, and Ballistamon back to the Demon's Nest, he helps out in defeating the remaining GrandGeneramon. He dies in the process, but not without causing much damage to the enemy.
Hoist by His Own Petard: In the end, he's taken out by Ballistamon, his own creation. To emphasize it even further, Ballistamon blasts Olegmon's own voice back at him.
Horny Vikings: He is based on Helgi of Novgorod, who is also known as Oleg.
The Power of Friendship: A rare villain-type - he believes that friends are treasure which serves as backbone to strong armies. That's why he uses brainwashing to gain "friends" while at the same time having a loyal crew.
More Than Mind Control: Does this on Kiriha, playing with his feelings and current, already hurt mental condition.
Orcus on His Throne: At first he doesn't fight at all, just sits on his throne and lets his large armed forces do the battle. Subverted in the end when he does fight and Blue Flare and Xros Heart find themselves in deep trouble.
Power Floats: His feet don't touch the ground; instead, he levitates a foot above it. Strangely, he still walks (or at least makes walking motions with his legs) instead of just floating from one place to another.
Pragmatic Adaptation: His fluff states that his army is made of up of "God Beast" Digimon, but as no monsters with that label seemed to exist at the time the show gave him a lot of mythical animal types rather than inventing a whole lot of new Digimon on the spot.
Rapunzel Hair: Even moreso than Zamielmon. His hair is epically long and is constantly in a flowing motion.
One of the Seven Death Generals who serve DarkKnightmon. He rules over Bright Land, being treated as a god. Actually, Apollomon's a good guy, but the Bagra Army inserted within him Whispered, a highly malevolent virus program which periodically completely overtakes his body, and that version of Apollomon is the actual Death General.
Anti-Villain: Type 4. He's only evil because because of the Whispered program inserted in him brainwashing him, and hates forcing his own people to suffer at his hand, for everyone he causes to suffer, he puts wounds on his arm to keep himself from being at full power.
The Last of These Is Not Like the Others: He is the only death general not to be a member of the "Big Death Stars", a group based on the days of the week in the wider Digimon franchise. This is likely because the Sunday monster has not been introduced yet.
The Starscream: Whispered attempted to do this in episode 48. He planned to use the Xros form of Lilith and Blastmon to kill both Bagra leaders as well as Xros Heart, and even left SkullKnightmon in the process.
This monstrous Digimon is a DigiXros of the Death Generals without their soul. It follows the orders of DarkKnightmon without fail, and is very powerful, that not even Shoutmon X7 could defeat it. It took Olegmon and Apollomon snapping out in Prison Land to weaken it enough.
One of the soldiers under DeathMeramon's command. He actually detests Bagra Army's methods, especially after he realized that Tactimon was willing to sacrifice their lives. It was Dorulumon that made him realize that, and soon sacrificed himself to save his rescuer from DeathMeramon.
Voiced by: Hiroaki Miura (Japanese), Sam Riegel (English)
He is Deputymon's accomplice on setting up Taiki and the rest of Xros Heart to test their character. He is also knowledgeable about the ancient warriors and the goddess they worship, allowing them to revive Baalmon.
He is the head police in Heaven Zone, enforcing strict rules while giving very cruel punishment to even minor problems. He and Lucemon are battling for support on who will be the next president of the zone.
A humanoid insect Digimon who protects Forest Zone from the Bagra Army. He is the eye of affection of Lilamon's heart, but he is (at least at first) oblivious towards her wails. Later, after the Bagra Army takes over the digital world, he's seen in Honey Land, as one of the rebels fighting (and victimized) by Zamielmon's army.
A humanoid flower Digimon who fights alongside Stingmon. She has a crush on him, dubbing themselves as "The Warriors of Love". She is able to call on Deckerdramon by asking everyone to do a certain dance. Later, she is seen as one of the residents of Honey Land after the Bagra Army takes over the Digital World.
A puppet Digimon who resides in Dust Zone. The harshness of the zone has made him distrustful towards others, making him care about himself only. However, Taiki was able to convince him that friends are important, and soon becomes caring towards others.
Expy: Of Digimon Adventure's Pinocchimon. Both have troubles understanding friendship and trusting friends, to the point where it cost their lives, but thankfully this Pinocchimon learned his lesson. Also, while the Dark Master Pinocchimon faced MetalGarurumon, this Pinocchimon gave Taiki the MetalGarurumon DigiMemory.
Referred to as Elder, he is the head of the Shinobi Zone and the Monitamons. He trains young Monitamons and sends them for mercenary work. He asks help from Xros Heart to save their princess from the clutches of Musyamon.
A resident of Disc Zone before evacuating to Shinobi Zone when that zone collapsed. Lunamon admires Shoutmon due to his kindness towards the refugees. Lunamon reappears again in Gold Land as part of the brainwashed crew of Oregmon.
He is one of the guardians of Sweets Zone. When the Bagra Army under Matadormon invaded the zone, he looked for team Xros Heart, knowing that they are capable of freeing Zones from the Bagra Army. He is friends of one of the captured patisseries, Coronamon.
One of the patisseries of Sweets Zone and Spadamon's best friend. He's captured along with the other patisseries by Matadormon, but eventually saved by Xros Heart. He later shows up with Spadamon and Lunamon during the Gold Land arc.
Cutemon's parents, who were separated from their son during the Bagra Army's attack on their village. Cutemon finally found them in the Sweets Zone, where he and Xros Heart saved them by defeating Breakdramon.
Bizarre Sexual Dimorphism: By itself, their difference in appearance isn't that odd. No, it's bizarre in that it's the first example of this trope existing without being a case like Angewomon or LadyDevimon, a different Digimon whose a variant on a male-looking one.
He is a recently-digivolved Kokomon who hides from the forces of NeoVamdemon. He doesn't want to fight despite being the only one capable of remotely protecting the Kokomon village, but soon gathers the courage to do so upon seeing the main characters.
Mervamon's little brother, who ended up fighting alongside Zamielmon out of the belief that he couldn't fight the Death Generals. His sister and Xros Heart manage to convince him of the error of his ways, and he ends up helping Stingmon to protect Honey Land after Zamielmon's defeat.
A human girl with green hair who was encountered by Taiki and the others in Cyber Land. She said that she was awakened from a deep sleep. She's actually a robot controlled by Splashmon's drone, which he uses to cause trouble to the main characters.
The most prominent Legendary Digimon, and both one of the Royal Knights and a Jogressed partner Digimon in Digimon Adventure. He gave Taiki his Xros Loader, and knows the prime history of the Digital World.
What Happened to the Mouse?: Despite being in his possession since Episode 12, Taiki never used it. He does show up with all the others in the finale, however.
One of the Royal Knights, and ostensibly the strongest evolution of the Dracomon lineage. One of two DigiMemories found by Akari and Zenjirou in the Human World in Episode 52/53, having arrived there by hitching a ride with Tactimon.