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    Protagonists (canon) 


Akiyama Ryo

  • The Ace
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Had a lot more tendencies of being a Jerkass Smug Super in the original. Here he's a Reasonable Authority Figure who is a relatively Nice Guy and whom Ruki actually has an affection for.
  • Hidden Depths: His interaction with Ruki for a paragraph in Chapter 4, which lacks any dialogue and only uses gestures and body language, showcases that the two have a lot more trust and dedication towards the other than they otherwise tend to show elsewhere. Ruki even kisses Ryo in the cheek in a more grateful gesture more than simple affection.
  • Hormone-Addled Teenager:
    • Is constantly at Ruki's mercy when it comes to her taunting him about how if Ryo tries to have too much of an argument against her, Ruki will remind him that if Ryo wants to do it with her once she turns 18, Ryo will need to be a good boy and listen to her own orders lest Ryo be blue-balled by his girlfriend for trying to disagree.
    • Aside from it being rather clear he's horny for Ruki, he doesn't truly actively intend to show this around her on purpose; normally he keeps it to himself unless a dream from the night prior that particular day causes his hormones to act up around her.
  • The Jail Bait Wait: Why he can't ultimately fulfill his lust for Ruki is because Ruki isn't 18 yet.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Nearly kicks out Jeri before she has a chance to join not because of her lack of skill, but because her Fangirling over the VIP Club's Digimon almost gets her mauled by Cyberdramon.
  • Vague Age: Implied to be 18 at minimum, but is possibly 19 based off of his interaction with Ruki.
  • Walking Spoiler: Not for Digimon Re: Tamers, but for Digimon Re: Adventure he's this.

Monodramon > Strikedramon > Cyberdramon > Millenniumon > ZeedMillenniumon

  • Adaptational Heroism: Monodramon and Millenniumon are already on Ryo's side from the beginning, meaning Millenniumon's villainy never occurred. Or so it would seem when we learn that Millenniumon was originally from the canon timeline, having long since undergone a Heel–Face Turn due to his own desire to be Ryo's partner Digimon.
  • The Atoner: He doesn't like the fact he had wasted so much time trying to help that he feels he needs to personally destroy Brondramon and Cobaldramon with his bare hands.
  • Blood Knight: Just like in the canon, at least, with his Cyberdramon form anyways. Considering he's a lot more chattier here, though, he sounds even more of this trope than normal.
  • Foreshadowing: As Ultimate Level Cyberdramon, Jeri notes how Cyberdramon has more than enough D-Power to digivolve into Mega at any time. Ryo can already digivolve Cyberdramon into Millenniumon, but prefers to keep a low profile about it especially considering Millenniumon is also too tall for the ceilings of the club. He ultimately digivolves into Millenniumon when Brondramon tries to show its ugly head in Chapter 9.
  • Godzilla Threshold: As Monodramon, Warp Digivolves into Millenniumon to attempt to dispose of Brondramon. Even he gets overwhelmed by Brondramon's massive power.
  • Mysterious Past: What ultimately ensued to make Millenniumon turn good in the first place is never detailed.
  • Olympus Mons: Millenniumon.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: Is more concerned trying to save as many people as possible in the aftermath of Chapter 16 than trying to pick a fight with Brondramon. Considering Millenniumon already tried to do just that in an earlier chapter, it seems like he's learned his lesson from trying again without a plan.
  • Reality Ensues: Millenniumon got his wish to be Ryo's partner Digimon, but at the cost of being forced to undergo a Heel–Face Turn to be able to stay as Ryo's partner.
  • Reality Warper: How he can withstand the extreme environment of the Ultimorian Multiverse without issue.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Millenniumon wants to wipe everything out and rebuild things from scratch solely to prevent Brondramon and Cobaldramon from coming into existence; he almost succeeded had he not learned a third Legendary Super Ultimate also existed, meaning Millenniumon recreated all of reality for nothing as Brondramon and Cobaldramon force themselves back into existence, even more dangerous than before.
  • The Worf Effect: Gets demolished by Brondramon's Twilight Blaze in an instant as Millenniumon.
  • Worthy Opponent: What he ultimately views Brondramon, Cobaldramon, and Jadedramon as being, considering all three are Ultra Level Digimon who can easily put up a fight against him.

Wizardmon > Mistymon > Dynasmon

    Antagonists (canon) 

    Protagonists (OC) 

Ambassador Raiga (Flare and Tempest)

Collective Debut: Diary of an Analog (Chronological)note 

Post X-Apocalypse 

  • 24-Hour Armor: Averted when it comes to her arms anyways; she has normal humanoid arms underneath, but they still have some armor on them.
  • Action Girl: Female Omegamon.
  • All There in the Manual: Raiga's evolution chart revealed a few key characteristics with her existence, and also revealed that her forms as Omegamon X and Omegamon Merciful Mode are Limit Break Super Modes for her, as well as showcasing a third personality in her composition who doesn't show itself until her fusion is forcefully ended, which has so far happened in Digimon Re: Tamers, but Blackheart itself has yet to appear in the flesh.
  • Alpha Bitch: Combines the worst aspects of her composites into this trope.
  • Alternate Identity Amnesia: Immediately before and after Fusion both begins and ends, Flare and Tempest have zero knowledge of what the actual process from which their Fusion Dance into Raiga is properly known as, hence why the two commonly mistake it for DNA Digivolution/Jogress Evolution.
  • Ascended Fanon: How she describes her Super Ultimate/Ultra Level form is a common Head Canon most people have regarding the form; due to how many Digimon of this level can be considered regular Ultimate/Mega Level Digimon, the idea is that Raiga is normally an Ultimate Level when outside of battle, and then when she enters battle, she enters a Super Mode state in which she then classifies as Super Ultimate.
  • Been There, Shaped History: During the year 2010, she was part of the backstory of Reflection Code and Sword Art Online: Special Edition, approximately 3 years before Digimon Re: Tamers, in which Raiga's entire origins are not only told, but her fight against an incredibly dangerous AI named Omnicron alongside her two components is the first sign to the public eye that the internet is hiding far, far more things than they previously ever knew before.
  • Berserk Button: Do not call her a dude.
  • BFG: Grey Sword.
  • BFS: Garuru Cannon.
  • Big Eater: Implied, because of the fact Flare and Tempest are both Big Eaters themselves. So far Raiga has yet to be put in a situation where she eats food, though.
  • Brawn Hilda: Downplayed in that she looks just like any other Omegamon, but considering the masculine form she takes and her immense strength she still sort of qualifies, though not to the same extreme as Flare does.
  • Cold Ham
  • Death Is Cheap: Besiege learns the hard way that he can't simply pierce Raiga's Digicore to kill her; doing so only causes her to degenerate back into Flare and Tempest.
  • Dimensional Traveler: Taught by Seraphimon to use Heaven's Gate as a means of traversing dimensions using the Grey Sword and Garuru Cannon to open the portal to wherever she needs.
  • The Dreaded: The D-Reaper feels absolutely disturbed by Raiga's presence. Keep in mind the D-Reaper was actually rather chill with Brondramon and Cobaldramon, despite the two allegedly being stronger. Then again, both Dramon-type Digimon did also back away from Raiga in fright...
  • Drill Sergeant Nasty: Part of her Training from Hell regime.
  • Expy: Of one of the author's aunts, specifically from his dad's side of the family, which is more or less where Raiga gets her Hair-Trigger Temper and Drill Sergeant Nasty temperament nature from.
  • Five Stages of Grief: The entire reason for her genesis is because of her tamers having perished, and the entire reason Flare and Tempest are so emotional regarding their hatred of Raiga's form as an individual is because they're currently in the transition between Denial and Anger of the fact their tamers had both perished ages ago.
  • Foreshadowing: Her dialogue regarding the Solgaleo beside her during her initial appearance in Operation R.E.B.O.O.T. notes how she sees Solgaleo is "oddly content". Somewhere nearby a Cosmog is roaming loose and free, as lurking in the dark is a Lunala waiting for her chance to make herself known.
  • Fusion Dance: Something Flare and Tempest actually hate having to do in-order to bring out Raiga, considering unlike most Digimon series, Fusion results in effectively a separate character altogether from their composite forms, meaning the only way to ask Raiga any questions is for the duo to Fuse into her.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: See Berserk Button above.
  • Hate Sink: Considering her psychotic, genocidal at times belief that all who oppose justice should be slaughtered without a second thought, she takes her status as Judge, Jury, and Executioner far too seriously for her own good, to the degree of pissing off her superiors, the other factions she's affiliated with, and even her two individual composites themselves! Raiga is a very harsh, nasty individual when speaking to others, giving painful reminders of a stereotypical Drill Sergeant Nasty in all of the negative behavior associated with such. Combined from her composites with Flare's Blood Knight tendencies, and Tempest's intelligence giving her the presence of a Smug Super or Insufferable Genius at best, Raiga is not meant to be viewed as sympathetic despite her classification as a protagonist.
  • Hero with Bad Publicity: The VIP Club Digimon are not liking her presence in the slightest, considering Raiga's Judge, Jury, and Executioner status.
  • Insistent Terminology: Regardless of whether or not the Dub terminology is used at all, even if she's referred to as Omnimon by characters who use the Dub terminology for her series, she's rather quick to casually remind everyone she goes by Omegamon alone. She also tends to stick with the first name given for Takato's Guilmon in regards to the originally planned names for Gallantmon as indicated by Takato (Dukemon), although this is a significantly more meta case of the Insistent Terminology used by Raiga in this case than normally seen otherwise.
  • Judge, Jury, and Executioner: Comes with the resume of being an Omegamon Royal Knight. Though not without special mention on Raiga's behalf; she tends to enforce this on just about every other faction she's directly affiliated with, giving them a much more negative impression of Raiga in particular considering her borderline genocidal tendencies compared to prior incarnations of the Royal Knight Omegamon. She's definitely not meant to be sympathetic with intent either.
  • The Lad-ette: Not to the extreme as her composite Flare, but she still qualifies for much of the same reasons.
  • Leitmotif: "Critical Situation" from Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth.
  • No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Her fight against Altair pushes her to a limit she's never had to use often considering Altair just forcefully dislodged the Grey Sword and Garuru Cannon from her arms. She takes a hell of a lot of punishment, though, considering in hindsight, Raiga surviving the fight at all proves to be a miracle considering the Ultrarus influencing Altair is growing to an absurd degree and supercharging him for more than he's worth.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: She's a Shell-Shocked Veteran when put up against Diablomon-species Digimon. Raiga herself doesn't normally fear them though; on the other hand, Flare and Tempest actually do.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: Why she doesn't show up at all for the early parts of Digimon Re: Tamers.
  • Pronoun Trouble: When most people assume she or her composite Flare are males, she doesn't get mad; she just speaks and let's that be the nail on the coffin instead.
  • Shout-Out: Her Fusion Dance from Flare and Tempest is a near scene for scene recreation of Omegamon's Fusion Dance from Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth, from Flare and Tempest's bodies being atomized leaving their armored heads intact, to the chaotic fusion of Fire and Ice between the two initial Digimon.
  • Super Mode: How she describes how her status as a Super Ultimate/Ultra Level Digimon functions, as well as how the level functions overall compared to Ultimate/Mega as a whole.
  • Time Abyss: Whatever her Vague Age is seems to imply that her age is immeasurable by normal means, which also applies directly to her composites as well.
  • Wrong Context Magic: When Flare and Tempest Jogress Evolve, they're only doing so because they lack the proper technique from which to Fuse with; Jogress Evolution is ultimately a weaker version of Fusion, which results in their shared form of Raiga not having the full power of the Omegamon form nor even her actual personality awakening, and has both digicores involved fusing into a singular entity. Under almost every circumstance we see Flare and Tempest in the present, they're actually Fused into Omegamon, resulting in both personalities going dormant, whilst both digicores stay separate within Raiga's body, and of course, Raiga's personality emerging. Furthermore, you can non-lethally forcefully end a Fusion by striking where the digicore would normally be for any Jogress Evolved mon; this is exactly how Raiga ends up No Selling a fatal blow from Pteramon in Digimon Re: Tamers, is because that the main body was destroyed and thus severing the Fusion, but the two digicores belonging to Flare and Tempest were completely unscathed by the attack.
  • Yin-Yang Bomb: Flare and Tempest merely becoming her causes this effect, as an immense shockwave of Fire and Ice energy emanates and surges from their Fusion Dance to become Raiga. Their respective elements are so volatile even from afar that no Digimon can interrupt their Fusion Dance whatsoever.


Voice Actor: Hellena Taylor
Post X-Apocalypse 

  • Action Girl: A female WarGreymon.
  • Big Eater: Eats several dozen plates worth of food in Chapter 18 of Digimon Re: Tamers as an Agumon, and reacquires so much D-Power from doing so that she immediately Warp Digivolves into WarGreymon afterwards.
  • Boisterous Bruiser
  • Boobs of Steel: Parodied indirectly via her MetalGreymon form.
  • Book Dumb: She makes Wally look like a genius in comparison at times.
  • Brawn Hilda: Enough to make Raiga's example of this look tame by comparison; much like Raiga, she keeps the exact same appearance of her male counterparts of her species, but whereas Raiga only has a single form for the most part, Flare has all of the standard forms of the WarGreymon line, leading to her appearances as Greymon and MetalGreymon to heavily exaggerate this for all its worth.
  • Break the Haughty: Her humiliation in Truth and Ideals has her horrifying scarred for it and seemingly desperate with wanting to become Raiga again with Tempest.
  • Calling Your Attacks: Flat out averted during her raid on Mr. Boss' storage, where she's completely dead silent save for growling and the comlink she has with her comrades which isn't heard from around her.
  • Chest Blaster: Normally every MetalGreymon has this, no exception with Flare, but then take into consideration Flare is a girl...
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: What ultimately makes her Leeroy Jenkins moment at Mr. Boss' storage house a mute issue; she's going up against ordinary humans and smaller mechas whereas she's a 50 foot tall colossus that is both fast and strong and her organic parts of her are as hard as iron yet alone her metallic parts. Oh and that's not even getting into All Range Beam.
  • Dude, Not Funny!: She and Tempest are both called out on their laughing over the fact Raiga was forcefully degenerated into the two of them by Pteramon piercing Raiga's Digicore, Flare and Tempest are just that sick and fed up with their time DNA Digivolved into Raiga that they're just glad to finally be separate individuals again. However, their fun at the failed assassination attempt ends abruptly when it becomes clear that Brondramon is going to be lose, and Alphamon will most certainly be asking Flare and Tempest some questions regarding wherever Raiga may be.
  • Establishing Character Moment: Her busting down the wall to Mr. Boss' storage in Operation R.E.B.O.O.T. as MetalGreymon, not even flinching as many adults take aim and her, and proceeding to give everyone in sight an absolute Curb-Stomp Battle in her favor. Reckless? Very. Knew what she was up against the whole time regardless? Also accurate.
  • Foreshadowing: Considering nobody in Operation R.E.B.O.O.T. was able to catch any security footage of her with her rampage at Mr. Boss' storage, Mirror M is implied to have been with her using his Predator Eye to completely jam any kind of enemy communication or technology from working so they would escape with no evidence behind of their physical appearance. Only adding insult to injury is whatever technology did work Mirror M was already taking care of himself with his Runic Laser demolishing entire patrol towers to the ground while Flare was elsewhere.
  • Gag Boobs: Implied with her MetalGreymon form.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Doesn't seem phased when she goes in on a rampage at Mr. Boss' storage house as MetalGreymon. Then again to give her some credit for once...
  • Raised by Dudes
  • Reality Ensues: While at the same time she was being called out for her recklessness, let's face it, did anybody realistically expect her to seriously lose with all of the advantages she had as essentially a Kaiju as MetalGreymon while raiding Mr. Boss' storage?
  • Torpedo Tits: All but flat out stated by virtue of her Perfect Level form being, naturally, MetalGreymon.
  • Wham Line:
    "Flare, Warp Evolution...! WAAARGREYMON!" - Flare, Operation R.E.B.O.O.T.
    • Followed by...
      Flare: "Flare!"
      Tempest: "Tempest!"
      Raiga: "OMEGAMON!"
    • "Hey Blondie! You got what you need yet? Let's hurry and blast this joint already!" Up until the actual scene proper is shown, it was implied that Flare was completely alone with her raid on Mr. Boss' storage; turns out Mirror M was the actual mastermind behind it based off of both this particular line and the fact Mirror M's other noteworthy signs of him being a part of the carnage were also present.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Her fear of the Diablomon-species, shared with Tempest.


Voice Actor: J.G Quintel
Post X-Apocalypse 

  • Accidental Misnaming: Rather oddly he seems to refer to one of his attacks normally named "Grace Cross Freezer" as "Grand Cross Freezer". He refers to more or less every other attack by the correct name... except he calls Lucemon's "Grand Cross" move as "Grace Cross".
  • Agent Peacock: Highly incompetent despite his intelligence over Flare; Flare's fighting competency varies, but even she doesn't make anywhere near as much blunders as Tempest does with how utterly spectacular some of Tempest's failures can be by comparison. That being said, he isn't really completely useless, he's just very much an unorthodox and loony individual who acts too immature for his form. Only making things more absurd is the fact he not only is voiced by J.G Quintel, but he's even depicted with the exact same voice as Mordecai despite not sharing many of his mannerisms.
  • Badass Bookworm: Typically more intelligent than Flare is, and is part of how the intelligence for Raiga works.
  • Big Eater: Doesn't eat as much food in terms of overall weight when compared to Flare, but Tempest's meals are specifically nutrient heavy and enough to allow Tempest to fully replenish his D-Power and become Mega Level again should he ever be in a lower form currently.
  • Bishōnen: Pulls off the look surprisingly well as WereGarurumon.
  • Establishing Character Moment: In Diary of an Analog, he's quick to showcase how even though he's prone to very silly moments on his end, he's a complete No-Nonsense Nemesis at the same time to very self-contradictory degrees.
  • Men in Black: First of the group shown to outright showcase this. Unfortunately for him he often times uses the memory wipe too early when he still needs the help.
  • No-Nonsense Nemesis: Amusingly enough he can't decide whether he's super silly or super serious at any given time possible, leading to moments where Tempest's response to something happening is quick and immediate.
  • The Stoic
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: His fear of the Diablomon-species, shared with Flare.

Other Ambassadors

Steve "Susie" Susano-o_no_Okami



  • Adaptation-Induced Plot Hole: Averted; Ouryumon actually exists as a separate being, but doesn't appear very often since she prefers not to fight at all unless Alphamon needs her for Ouryuken Mode.
  • Adaptational Badass: Is roughly equal to Raiga in strength even without the Ouryuken at her side.
  • Aloof Ally: Is more heroic than Raiga typically would normally be, so often doesn't agree with her plans. She's technically her boss, but she has a huge amount of respect for Raiga since she's technically older than her.
  • Ambiguously Gay: Considering all of the Royal Knight Original Characters are females and she shows an attraction to several members of her group...
  • Curb Stomp Cushion: Gives Raiga this kind of treatment during their intense training session under zero gravity. Raiga puts up a fight despite being on the losing end of it, but she's too reckless and not refined with her technique to be able to beat Sigma. Whereas Raiga is technically older than Sigma, Sigma's dedicated significantly more of her own time to legitimately train to get stronger, whereas Raiga hardly ever trained to begin with and just resorted to her own species' brute force. With that in mind, Sigma admits it's surprising to her that Raiga even put up a fight in the first place despite that.
  • Dimensional Traveler: Had a more difficult time learning how to use Heaven's Gate because of the Ouryuken being too heavy to use it with, so she borrowed a Solgaleo to help her get to where she is now in Operation R.E.B.O.O.T..
  • Holy Hand Grenade: Digitalize of Soul.
  • Olympus Mons: Alphamon.
  • Wham Shot: Her appearance in Diary of an Analog more or less gives away that something seriously bad is soon to happen.


  • Ambiguously Gay: She's outright confirmed to be a lesbian but who she's attracted to among her fellow amazons is a mystery nobody can figure out...
  • Camp Gay: About as campy as a woman can get at times, which actually kind of irritates Raiga but otherwise appears charming to Sigma.
  • Mythology Gag: Her Dub induced Gender Flip is played straight with her being female in this specific individual. Meanwhile the Camp Gay nature associated with Frontier's depiction of LordKnightmon as a man ends up carrying over into Crusade in lesbian form.
  • Something About a Rose: Sometimes has one at her side.
  • Straight Gay: Doesn't bring up her sexuality very much and is generally very stoic and quiet emotionally.
  • The Stoic: To the point many think she's mute.


Grandis' true Partner Digimon, who orbits Earth constantly due to his sheer size preventing him from actually landing on the planet proper.

  • Kill Sat: Ragnarok Cannon.
  • Olympus Mons: A Galacticmon.
  • Reality Ensues: As Grandis' true partner Digimon, he doesn't appear too often despite that because of his sheer size as a Galacticmon making him bigger than an entire city the size of Seattle. As a result, too much risk of collateral damage exists, and thus Raiga ends up serving as a deocy to Matrix's role as Grandis' partner Digimon.

    Antagonists (OC) 


Enric Eriksen/Ogudomon

  • Abusive Parents: Kirigaya Ken wants absolutely nothing to do with him by the time Enric is finally dead.
  • Ax-Crazy: He's got a kill count of two on-page when he first appears.
  • Bad Boss: He frequently kills his own men simply because of his constantly irritated mood.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: Shares this trope with his son.
  • Black And Black Morality: How he and his son contrast with each other; true, it may be more gray for Ken, but Ken does have several shades of black morality to him, and Enric is definitely pitch black in morality.
  • Black and Gray Morality: How everyone else contrasts him with his son, often pointing out that while Ken is an asshole in his own right, he at least has standards whereas Enric is universally considered the greater of two evils, even excluding his Ogudomon aspects.
  • Call-Forward: Where have we seen that surname before? Maybe that's where Chronicler actually got his surname from.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: He makes his son look tame by comparison.
  • Deal with the Devil: How he became so famous and rich long after his Start of Darkness. Ogudomon approached Enric as the one most evil enough to use as a vessel because he needed a place to hide in plain sight, so Enric willingly agreed to it in exchange for fame and fortune. Ogudomon, actually having a sense of honor and respect for his fellow demon Digimon, actually lives up to the terms, showers Enric with wealth and fame overnight, and then promptly gets sealed inside of him for good measure so that now Enric has to keep his part of the deal up.
  • Did You Just Flip Off Cthulhu?: Really had it not been for the fact his daughter ends up marrying Ultimorian Deity Grandis, he probably wouldn't have suffered a massive Curb-Stomp Battle for insulting his daughter's choice of a suitor.
  • Domestic Abuse: His son knows this the hard way, but thankfully his mother was already dead long before Enric became the sociopath he is now. Doesn't stop him from essentially treating Ken's sister like a slave in the household.
  • Enraged by Idiocy: He's kind of trigger happy when he's pissed.
  • Establishing Character Moment: Casually using his revolver to kill off two of his men just because he was already irritated.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Henry's dad. For bonus points, Enric's first name is an alternate version of Henry's own name.
  • Evil Uncle: While Ken could be debatable in this regards towards Kazuto, Enric it's not even up for debate.
  • Fatal Flaw: Unlike most of the others whom have just one of the Seven Deadly Sins as their Fatal Flaw, Enric has almost all of them as his Fatal Flaw. His Pride makes him desire fame and fortune in a Deal with the Devil, his Greed is part of his motivation for said Deal with the Devil, his Wrath and Envy caused his Start of Darkness that leads into said Deal with the Devil because by murdering someone in cold blood, he already knew he was already doomed to hell anyways. His Lust comes from a more Sadist type of Blood Lust in which he became a Professional Killer just so he could profit off of someone else's demise over his own. While not being physically out of shape, as he got older and thus began losing a lot of his strength, his Sloth and Gluttony makes him lay back and dine in luxury because at this point he had regained the ability to transform into his true form, Ogudomon, and thus no longer feels truly threatened; his own Pride kicks in again when he realizes too late that he lost all of his actual power even with his true form regained, and because his son Ken doesn't agree with the Transformation Is a Free Action trope...
  • Faux Affably Evil: Talks very polite for someone who openly admits he has no morals to gain.
  • Fiction 500: Deconstructed with no attempt to Reconstruct it like how his son does. Enric flat out made a Deal with the Devil for his riches, and it shows. Admittedly causes his son to have a much more justifiable Reconstruction of this same trope, due to simply inheriting his old man's stash when the Devil didn't want anything from it other than Enric's corpse, as well as Ken's Deceased Fall-Guy Gambit tactics as usual.
  • Foreshadowing: His true form, Ogudomon, is the embodiment of all Seven Deadly Sins. Guess what are his only true Fatal Flaws?
  • Hate Sink: If there is any reason to truly question why and where his son ended up gaining his traits from, Enric is the person to blame in the long run.
  • The Hedonist: His main motivation is pleasure; sexual or otherwise.
  • Immortality Seeker: Because of how the Deal with the Devil trope works in his case, this may be the biggest reason he so willingly went through with it.note 
  • Non-Indicative Name: Discussed between him, Grandis, and Ken regarding Kizmel; all three are perfectly aware that Kizmel is not even remotely Enric's daughter, but everyone for some reason seems to instinctively refer to her as such for reasons unknown. Ken thinks its a demeaning term to associate Kizmel with the devil, Grandis thinks it's an affectionate term being used by Enric since Kizmel, while not related in a familial sense, is considered Enric's Morality Pet. Enric himself personally has no clue; he just agrees with Grandis in the end.
  • Olympus Mons: His true form, Ogudomon.
  • Professional Killer: What his role in the mob is even after he became a Dragon Ascendant.
  • Psycho for Hire: See Sociopathic Soldier, but overall he's generally an Ax-Crazy killer as a whole anyways.
  • Revolvers Are Just Better: His primary anti-human weapon which his son decides to steal for himself and proceed to gun down Enric while he's down.
  • Satanic Archetype: His appearance has him incredibly twisted in appearance because of his Deal with the Devil; he has devil horns, clawed hangs, goat feet, and a stingray's tail. At first he seems like he may be the Devil himself, but it ultimately turns out to be a Red Herring for the fact Ogudomon looks nothing like that.
  • Seven Deadly Sins: Has all seven of them as his Fatal Flaw.
  • Sleeps with Both Eyes Open: Grandis points this out to him in something that Enric himself doesn't even know he does. Turns out to be a dead giveaway that Enric is Ogudomon; Impmon knows that Ogudomon never blinks due to only needing to keep a few select eyes shut when sleeping, instead of all eight of them at once, and Ogudomon's head is specifically designed to never blink at all at least naturally.
  • The Sociopath: He's lacking a lot of morals, to say the least.
  • Sociopathic Soldier: Type 2. Also doubles as Psycho for Hire.
  • Toxic Friend Influence: His own son ends up developing some of his vices because of his influence over him for a while until his death.
  • Transformation Is a Free Action: Averted, and what ultimately gets him killed by Ken.
  • Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: When you're so bad to the point your son actively takes his wife's surname just to sever mere connection to you being the least of what Kirigaya Ken did regarding Enric in the end, then you know that you're a hopeless SOB. In a more narrative sense, he blends right in with the M Rated setting of Reflection Code or Sword Art Online: Special Edition, but he sticks out like a sore thumb in the T Rated Digimon Re: Tamers.


See Necrozma for more information.

The Legendary Light Dragons

Eons ago, before the current incarnation of the Digital World, existed three anomalies given physical form; born from DigiCores which displayed power that would not exist normally for many ages to come, the sheer amount of overclocking and power processing that these three Digimon display prevent them from being registered as anything weaker than Ultra Level. These three are known as Cobaldramon, the Eclipse Hydra, Brondramon, the Twilight Dragon, and Jadedramon, the Aurora Viper.

  • Eldritch Abomination: They are one of the very few threats to exist that actually terrify Millenniumon; Millenniumon only goes after them under Ryo's command and suicidal overconfidence from his Cyberdramon form's Blood Knight tendencies forcing him to view them as a Worthy Opponent, when in reality they completely outclass him.
  • Giant Space Flea from Nowhere: Played for Drama: Brondramon's debut alone completely sacks all of Washington state into a fiery inferno that forever haunts everyone who survived, while unintentionally proving Bigfoot exists by virtue of having wiped out much of its native habitat and forcing entire populations into a fleeing, panicked state of mind. Cobaldramon's entry in Japan caused it to be inhospitable completely and caused several thousand species of animals to become extinct, and the effects of this are spreading to mainland Asianote . Jadedramon is allegedly an extraterrestrial entity that, if rumors are true, caused the fucking Great Dying and wiped out 90% of the entire Earth's biosphere just by crash landing into Antarctica in the ancient past.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: They're either directly or indirectly involved in everything bad that happens in both Digimon Re: Adventure and Digimon Re: Tamers; their constant rampages throughout space and time is threatening to not only kill ZeedMillenniummon, who is the only one remotely of the same league as just one of these three in power, but if they actually manage to kill ZeedMillenniummon, than the entire Digimon Multiverse will suffer from an irreversible Time Crash.
  • Mind Rape: What happens to those who try and read their minds or attempt to brainwash them; their brains are so alien to all life around them that opening their minds forces a mass of Black Speech upon yourself from which your vision, and your whole mind, will never stop being unable to be flooded by completely.
  • Nigh Invulnerable: Even Anti-Dramon weaponry cripple against their impenetrable scales, or whatever elemental barriers the three can summon around themselves, which ultimately render every other attack nullified on the spot.
  • Reality Warper: Reality Destroying is what they're best known for.
  • Time Abyss: They're infinitely older than ZeedMillenniummon if going by the fact the latter outright states he's never going to be strong enough to be able to equal all three yet alone just one of them, and even then just one of them is enough to give him more than enough trouble on their own...
  • Time Crash: What will happen to the entire Digimon multiverse if they're not all successfully slain.


  • Ascended Fanon: See Been There, Shaped History.
  • Been There, Shaped History: A giant explosion occurs in the middle of nowhere that turns night shining as bright as day, leveling an entire forested area to the ground and not a trace of what exactly had caused it. In real-life, this is called the Tunguska event, and in Digimon Re: Tamers, first contact was established between humans and Cobaldramon via this very event; Cobaldramon's immense power caused an explosion in the dead of night in a failed attempt to materialize into the real-world.
  • Expy: Of Alatreon and King Ghidorah.
  • Godzilla Threshold: Yggdrasill became incredibly desperate to curb Cobaldramon of the Digital World that it creates Jadedramon based off of VNA from both it and Brondramon to pose a big enough threat to the duo.
  • Hydra Problem: With the exception of the middle head, the other two heads when severed can regenerate and grow an additional head as well. However, it becomes increasingly out of control of its own abilities as this happens; only by targeting the middle head can actual damage be dealt to Cobaldramon as a whole. When the middle head does get severed, it apparently can grow additional heads like the others, until all of the heads generated from the middle head suddenly converge back into an ordinary middle head.
  • Olympus Mons: A Super Ultimate so immensely powerful that he's far, far too powerful to tell anyone he's an Ultimate Level without coming across as a complete liar.
  • The Red Baron: "Supercell Eclipse Hydra".


  • Awakening the Sleeping Giant: Brondramon's rampage in the real world has the consequences of not only causing Cobaldramon to stir immensely, but also causing Jadedramon to finally take notice of its whereabouts in Antarctica.
  • The Bad Guy Wins: Chapter 16 ends with Brondramon having completely sacked Seattle with almost everything within the US Northwest and the Southwest of Canada, and the impact of its Sol Nova leading to a Megatsunami across the Pacific, decimating who knows how many coastal regions and islands in the process. While Brondramon has mysteriously vanished in the three days afterwards, the aftermath of its attack ultimately kills off Grandis, a feat which will have permanent consequences even with the revelation that There Is Another when it comes to the prospect of there having been more than one Grandis.
  • Badass Beard: A holdover from its concept designs is that Brondramon inexplicably has a stereotypical viking beard despite the otherwise Aztec motif going on with the rest of the design.
  • Calling Your Attacks: Brondramon showcases this to indicate it's capable of speech when compared to Cobaldramon.
  • The Dreaded: Millenniumon doesn't try again to face him in Chapter 16, instead prioritizing saving the important members of the VIP Club in an uncharacteristic act of selflessness.
  • End of an Era:
    • Its original death eons ago lead to the decline of the Volcanicdramon Digimon species, and soon the lack of Brondramon's presence and thus the extreme heat associated with it, the Volcanicdramon began dying out rapidly or digging themselves into immensely deep subterranean, magma filled caverns to soak themselves in the amount of heat that originally was commonplace on the surface all thanks to Brondramon's original existence. Brondramon's emergence in the real world in modern times causes a Volcanicdramon to become confused and breach the surface to check what's going on.
    • Killing off the original Grandis pretty much permanently ends the era of the Prime incarnations of the Big Three Ultimorian Deities; the only Prime Ultimorian Deity to still exist at this time is Chronicler-Prime.
  • Expy: Of White Fatalis.
  • Olympus Mons: A Super Ultimate so immensely powerful that he's far, far too powerful to tell anyone he's an Ultimate Level without coming across as a complete liar. Chapter 16 pretty much seals it; many a Mega Level are utterly curb-stomped without Brondramon even having to do anything directly at much of them, and being able to casually No-Sell direct hits from special attacks against its own sides.
  • The Red Baron: "Infernal God King Dragon".
  • Third Eye: Is described as having three eyes.
  • Turns Red: When he shines an immense gold, run.


  • Expy: Of Eruzerion.
  • Foil: Of the Sovereigns. The Sovereigns are protectors of the Digital World in four different regions of it. Jadedramon was created because two primordial forces, unstoppable (Brondramon) and invincible (Cobaldramon) were constantly putting the Digital World at risk of being outright destroyed with their various clashes against each other. Using data extracted from Brondramon and Cobaldramon's DigiCores, Jadedramon was infused with their data as well as Yggdrasill's data to serve as a vessel for Yggdrasill as a means of forcefully putting a cold stop to Brondramon and Cobaldramon's fighting. Because of this, while Jadedramon could potentially be a guardian in practice, it can also serve as a destroyer towards anyone who has ill-intent aimed directly towards Yggdrasill.
  • Light 'em Up: It's Aurora Shield, which brightens the sky with a massive array of colors when it awakens.
  • Olympus Mons: A Super Ultimate so immensely powerful that he's far, far too powerful to tell anyone he's an Ultimate Level without coming across as a complete liar.
  • Oxymoronic Being: An Ice Dragon that also functions like a plant.
  • Planimal: Its ice parts are meant to represent evergreen plants, and they can even utilize photosynthesis to heal or feed Jadedramon.
  • The Red Baron: "Eternal Comet Dragon".
  • Time Abyss: He's flat out the oldest Digimon to exist by virtue of having existed at an unknown point in time since the universe's very creation, and having crash landed into Earth long before it could even sustain life.
  • Yin-Yang Bomb: Its crystalline body is both burning hot and freezing solid at the same time; its crystals are paradox entities which distort space around them to create the effect. A single crystal from Jadedramon can shred through any Dramon Digimon known to exist, including itself, Cobaldramon, or Brondramon. MysticGreymon uses its crystalline shards by telekinetic abilities forcefully causing Jadedramon to shed them and be stored away in MysticGreymon's Hyperspace Arsenal.


"In the sharp fragment of your heart...

Everything freezes piece by piece...

From the singing of your revenant roar...

Your shadow in the stars fades away...

If you just give way into grief like this...

Even I won't recognize you anymore..."

  • An Ice Person: Literally; her entire body is a humanoid frame composed of ice crystals.
  • Assimilation Backfire: Ordinemon's spirit reborn wanting revenge on Jadedramon, but only for her plans to seduce it into submission also affecting herself at the same time, causing her entire mental state to be altered into being Jadedramon's legitimate lover. She could've avoided this fate had she known about Jadedramon's abilities to Mind Rape people with their own powers against them by shining its aurora in their face.
  • Interspecies Romance: With Jadedramon.
  • Mysterious Past: It just sort of "showed up" sometime when nobody was keeping an eye on Jadedramon, and more or less gained control of it from there.
  • Warrior Poet: If her intro scene is anything to go by based on the quote above.


  • Ambiguous Gender: Blackheart is technically devoid of any kind of obvious clue as to her gender, unless one counts by proxy her association with Raiga.
  • Back from the Dead: Something that will always happen whenever Raiga's Fusion suddenly ceases to persist, in which Blackheart will rise from her dormancy for as long as Flare and Tempest remain separate.
  • Expy: Of Noir, although unlike Noir, this particular Omegamon Zwart D is actually villainous in intent.
  • Gone Horribly Wrong: Represents Raiga's dormant desire to maintain her Fusion indefinitely, and tends to rise from the nether once her Fusion forcefully ends as an Omegamon Zwart D, with an absolutely feral personality that combines all of the negative traits of Raiga into a near mindless beast.
  • Olympus Mons: Since she doesn't restrain her power like how Raiga does, she's consistently registered as an Ultra Level Digimon in the digivice scanners. Bonus points for her species being introduced in a game which has the Ultra level exist in both lore and gameplay.
  • Our Zombies Are Different: Raiga's empty Digicore from a forcefully ended Fusion reborn into an entity of destruction.
  • The Worf Barrage: Much like Noir, she wipes out a battalion of Machinedramon with a single blow from each of her attacks.


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