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A list of Digimon at the Armour level.

The tropes listed here pertain to how these Digimon are depicted in Bandai's profiles and across the broader Digimon canon, rather than as they are in a single work.

Armor, or Amaatai in Japan, are difficult to place exactly. In terms of overall power, they usually fall somewhere between Champion and Ultimate-level Digimon. Armor-Digivolution is reached through the power of Digi-Eggs (Digimentals in Japan), which confer a temporary "pseudo-evolution". However, there are also two golden Digi-Eggs, which grant power equivalent to that of an Ultimate, a Mega, and possibly even Super-Ultimate.

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As the dub is sometimes inconsistent, the Digimon as well as the eggs covered here are listed by their Japanese names, with their English name(s) listed second.

Tropes applying to these Digimon as a whole:

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The Digimon listed here are categorized by which Digi-Egg is used for the Armour Digivolution.


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    Courage 
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Tropes that covers most or all Digimon in this category

  • Fire Is Red: And for those few whose primary color isn't red will have it somewhere.
  • Playing with Fire: Even those who are not fire-themed themselves are bound to have fire attacks.

Allomon

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A dinosaur Digimon based on Allosaurus which Amour Digivolved from Hawkmon. It's fierce even for a dinosaur Digimon, and it's in a hostile relationship with Tyranomon, a fellow Dinosaur-Type Digimon. It has strong legs, and by tilting its head down and taking a horizontal stance it is able to run at blistering speeds, which is its special characteristic.


  • Animal Jingoism: It's noted to be rivals with Tyranomon, in an extension of the rivalry media sometimes depicts between Allosaurus and Tyrannosaurus.
  • Blow You Away: Dino Burst is a mix between this and Playing with Fire, being super-heated air.
  • Braids, Beads and Buckskins: It has a mane of feathers giving this appearance, especially in its X-Antibody form.
  • Devolution Device: The Digi-Egg of Courage acts as this, where it turns a bird back into a non-avian dinosaur.
  • The Rival: To Tyranomon, if not Arch-Nemesis.
  • Stock Dinosaurs: Allosaurus, one of the most well-known and well-represented of the big meat eaters after Tyrannosaurus.
  • Use Your Head: Dynamite Head allows it to headbutt enemies with explosive force.

Baromon (Baronmon)

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An Armor-Level Demon Man Digimon which is also a guardian deity that protects the ruins (databases) of a temple in a forgotten jungle. It's said that Baromon is a survivor of an old generation of Digimon, and has several generations of a lost technology not found in current Digimon. The third eye on its brow is one of them, and it is said that this eye is able to see into the future, and it is told that it was even able to survive even at the time of the ancient Digital World's collapse.


Boarmon

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"Reckless"; this mammal Digimon exists solely to embody this word, and its legs, tail and mane are shrouded in blazing flames. No-one can stop a Boarmon's stampede, and according to one theory, it is said that the programme that governs Boarmon's thinking has no concept of "turning". Because the "totsugeki Hitai-ate", made completely of Chrome Digizoid, is attached to its brow, all obstacles ahead of it are completely smashed.


  • Breath Weapon: Its Nose Blaster attack is a fire breath attack from its snout.

Fladramon (Flamedramon)

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The Digi-Egg of Courage possesses the attribute of "Fire", and V-mon clad in it have its combat ability increased like blazing flames, allowing it to become the Dragon Man Digimon and fight its opponents with intense power.


FlaWizardmon

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While regular Wizarmon is shy and does not show its true face, this Demon Man Digimon is the exact opposite and confidently shows its true face. This is reflected from the Digi-Egg used to evolve into FlaWizardmon. Coming from Witchelny, it know sorcery based on a high-class programming language. It wields two matchstick-like canes, which further enhance the effectiveness of its fire magic.


Lynxmon

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A beast Digimon that resembles a lynx shrouded in blazing fur, and that inhabits tropical jungles. As it is the polar opposite of Garurumon, which lives in cold regions, it has a carefree personality. It hates being tied down and never swears allegiance to its master, but is recognized as being a mutually good rival to Garurumon.


Salamandermon

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With its flame-clad, salamander-like appearance, this amphibian Digimon appears to be carefree, but once it's angered, it flares up the flames of its body even more and attacks.


Shadramon

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A humanoid Insect Digimon that had an unfortunate adverse reaction to the Digimental of Courage and became fiendish. As with Fladramon it manipulates flames, and its hand-to-hand combat ability is almost on par, but it is a wicked being, exactly opposite like light and darkness.


  • Arm Cannon: Its special move, Flare Buster, where it shoots scorching-hot flames from both its arms.

    Fate (Destiny) 
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Tropes that covers most or all Digimon in this category

  • Golden Super Mode: Especially when from a Rookie-level some can be get as strong as an Ultimate, if not stronger.
  • Out of Focus: Among the Digimentals / Digieggs, Fate gets a raw deal. All the others have a full set of potential evolutions from each of the 02 partner Digimon, and Fate... doesn't. It doesn't even have a dedicated attribute of its own.
  • Palette Swap: Fate Digivolutions are golden colored versions of what their pre-evolved forms would have evolved into.

GoldV-dramon (GoldVeedramon)

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A Mythical Dragon Digimon that Armor Evolved from V-mon with the Digimental of Fate. Its existence is precious, and it possesses extraordinary offensive ability among Armors, and exhibits its Ultimate-class power if it gets in a pinch. Also, its golden body illuminates the darkness of the Net.


  • Breath Weapon: Like the regular V-dramon, it has V-Breath Arrow.

Rapidmon Armor

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A Holy Knight Digimon that armor evolved from Terriermon with the Digimental of Fate. While Rapidmon is an Ultimate level Digimon evolved from Galgomon, through use of the Digimental of Fate it has attained a shining gold form and its power has risen to that of a Mega level.


    Friendship 
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Tropes that covers most or all Digimon in this category

  • Shock and Awe: The Digimental of Friendship possesses the attribute of Lightning, and many of its Armor Evolutions posses electricity-based attacks.

Bitmon (Rabbitmon)

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Bitmon possesses not only long ears, as well as claws on its forelegs that are sharp enough to crush even diamonds, which it uses to dig through the strata no matter how solid. It is rumoured that, from time to time, it will run into ancient fossils as it travels underground, which it keeps as part of its collection. Its body and head are covered by armor created from the gathering of minerals, which allows it to absorb the impact from attacks when it curls its body into a ball. It has a very gentle personality, and would usually let an enemy pass while keeping calm; it is a defensive Digimon through and through.


Kenkimon

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A Machine Digimon whose right hand has become a forklift and whose left has become a shovel. It's a heavy machinery Digimon able to complete any kind of construction work. It runs on electricity, and charges using the plug on its tail.


Lighdramon (Raidramon)

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The Digimental of Friendship possesses the attribute of Lightning, and so the Digimental's users are granted the power to pierce the earth and move as fast as lightning, and it uses these powers to confront its enemies, defeating them with electric-shock techniques.


Rinkmon

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A Cyborg-type Digimon born from the sample data of experiments to accelerate to the speed of light in a particle accelerator. Between the sample data and the growth of this Digimon in a laboratory, it is said to have been born from the fusion of Digimentals. It is an extremely agile Digimon, which can accelerate to 98 percent of the speed of light, and when it comes to speed there is no Digimon that is a match for Rinkmon. However, despite its superior speed its power is lacking, and its hand-to-hand combat is lacking all-around.


Sepikmon

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An Armor-Level Demon Man Digimon that, due to the power of its strange mask, is able to speak with the spirits of the dead. It usually lurks in the depths of the Digital World's jungles, so it rarely ever appears in public. According to one theory, it is said that Sepikmon does not emerge from the jungle because the spirits of the dead are its only friends and that it has no living ones. If you hear voices speaking as though they were conversing, despite no-one being there, in the Digital World's jungles, you'd better leave without doing anything. Otherwise, you might end up being Sepikmon's friend.


Stegomon

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A Steogsaurus Digimon that has countless blades on its back. These are for performing counterattacks and for defending it from the enemy's attack, and are able to move in the desired direction at Stegomon's volition. Also, it sometimes performs attacks with the spikes on its tail, but it basically gets attacked by the enemy, and it is said that it mostly repels them with its blades.


  • Flechette Storm: It can fire all the spikes on its back at its opponent. The only downside is the spikes don't immediately regenerate, so if the enemy survives, Stegomon's in trouble.
  • Spin Attack: One of its attacks involves spinning like a saw blade.
  • Stock Dinosaurs: It's based on Stegosaurus, one of the most famous herbivorous dinosaurs of all.

Thunderbirdmon

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A Giant Bird Digimon that can summon thunderclouds with an echoing cry like thunder, and control thunder with the horn on its brow. Although it has a rough temperament, it has a caring nature for its comrades.


Togemogumon

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A Mammal Digimon that grows ultra-low temperature ice crystals on its back like a pincushion. If you touch even one of these crystals, it will be enough to freeze you in an instant, so simply defending itself has become its greatest offense. Togemogumon is sluggish, but because defending itself has also become offensive, it is balanced in both offense and defense.


  • An Ice Person: The spikes on its back are made of ice, which can flash-freeze anyone who touches them.
  • Flechette Storm: It can fire its spikes at a target.
  • Stone Wall: It's slow and sluggish, but its defense is deadly enough that it doesn't really need to be anything else.

PileVolcamon

Volcamon can digivolve to PileVolcamon, optionally using the Digi-Egg of Friendship. Unlike other resultants, however, this Digimon is Mega-Leveled, not Armored; for tropes concerning this Digimon, go here.
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    Hope 
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Tropes that covers most or all Digimon in this category

  • Animal Motifs: The Digimon here are based on hoofed mammals. The exception to this rule, Pegasusmon and Sagittarimon, are still based on mythological creatures that are partially based on horses themselves.
  • Exactly What It Says on the Tin: Their names are basically what they look like.
  • Holy Hand Grenade: If they're not classified under the Free-Attribute, all Digimon here are of the Vaccine Attribute. The exception isn't Bullmon, even though it evolved from Wormmon, a Virus-Attribute Digimon. Instead, it's Moosemon, who retained its Data-Attribute when it evolved from Hawkmon.
  • Mythical Motifs: Pegasusmon and Sagittarimon.

Bullmon

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A mammal Digimon whose appearance is that of a fighting bull, and which possesses tremendous charging and destructive power. However, due to the fact that it is only capable of charging forward, and that it always charges forth at full speed, it is incapable of reversing or turning. It also has a fairly short temper, and a weakness in that it gets agitated the moment it sees anything red.


Goatmon (Oryxmon)

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A mammal Digimon that resembling a large black goat, which has had the duty of guarding treasures and ruins since ancient times. It is programmed to protect important data by capitalizing on its special characteristics and putting up a powerful barrier. However, because it is a goat, it seems some of them have a troubling issue of completely eating document data. The thief Digimon Harpymon is its natural enemy.


Moosemon

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An Ancient Beast Digimon that inhabits mountainous areas and has tough flesh that makes light of adverse conditions such as the rarefied air and extreme cold. Moosemon is respected as the "Guardian Deity of the Mountains", and if those who defile the mountain where it resides appear, it will try to protect it until the end, even if it shortens its life. Its mood swings are erratic; when it is calm it is good, but when it is in a bad mood, it has an uncontrollable side. It seems Moosemon's mood is linked with the climate of the mountains, and it is told that when unexplained thunder or avalanches occur from time to time, they are due to Moosemon's bad temper.


Pegasmon (Pegasusmon)

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A Holy Beast Digimon that evolved through the power of the Digimental of Hope. The Digimental of Hope has the attribute of "Holy", and those that don this Digimental are able to obtain sacred power. Those that acquire this power are able to exhibit their absolute strength toward evildoers.


Sagittarimon

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A Mythical Digimon that is a superior species of the Centalmon family, and it is told that it is a mythical being. Although it is an Armor that pseudo-evolved from an ancient Digimon due to the power of the Digimental, it will sometimes evolve as a mutation among Centalmon. Because it consumes a large quantity of energy while in this form, it reverts after a short period.


Sheepmon

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A mammal Digimon the surface of whose body is covered in wool of the finest quality. Also, Sheepmon is very sluggish, so just watching them move in flocks will cause you to sleep. The equipment on its back is a bazooka called the "Wool Ball Booster"; with this, it reproduces the low-speed movement characteristic of Sheepmon.


    Kindness 
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Chamelemon

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A reptile Digimon whose skin has a unique structure and the ability to assimilate by scanning the surrounding environment and re-covering the texture of its skin. As a Digimon suitable for espionage, it is able to slip through impregnable security and enter databases. For that reason, there are occasions when it is used by each company in order to enter the databases of rival companies and steal information. Also, it is able to move both of its eyes, which are equipped with scanning devices, skilfully and take in a 360 degree view.


Kangarumon

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A mammal Digimon whose punching, kicking and jumping abilities are by far the best, and after it throws a diving uppercut at the opponent's chest using its nimble movements, it jumps up high in the air and unleashes an immense kick. It has a very cheerful personality, and for some reason it has been seen making light steps as if it were dancing on beaches.

Opossummon

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This Beast Digimon's cute looks and trademark colourful balloons make it seem like a Puppet Digimon from a fairytale village, but when angered it attacks by spreading around balloons charged with powerful computer viruses and detonating them. It's fond of dry, sandy soil, and usually hides under the sand with only its balloons showing above. It hops and bounces through the air when flying, and still keeps a tight hold on its balloons when on the ground. It's an annoying fellow that isn't able to move very fast, but that doesn't mean it's easy to catch.


  • Balloonacy: It floats thanks to a cluster of balloons clutched in one hand.
  • The Last of These Is Not Like the Others: For most Armor Digimon, this stage is the end of the Digivolutionary line. Opossumon is one of the few exceptions, canonically Digivolving into Cho-Hakkaimon.
  • Plaguemaster: Its balloons are full of computer viruses.

Prairiemon

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A beast Digimon that spends its time burrowing in dry land, and is able to dig underground at a speed of up to 100 km/h using the large claws on both of its arms. Its nature of behaving in colonies has been confirmed, and although it rarely ever appears on the surface due to its timid personality, it has a habit of sunbathing in groups on fine days with calm weather, so Prairiemon researchers will probably need to read a weather map.


  • Dishing Out Dirt: By being able to dig fast.
  • Fast Tunnelling: For bailing out of battle.
  • Shrinking Violet: Like real prairie dogs, they're shy things, and while they can slice enemies to bits, they'd much rather run away than actually fight.
  • Thinking Up Portals: One of its attacks is called Dimension Hole, suggesting that it can do this.

Puchiemon

A Fairy Digimon with a whimsical personality, it loves to have its head stroked and to share secrets with others, and can be found singing songs when in a good mood. However, it hates having its tail touched, and it will fall into a foul mood and refuse to listen to you if you keep trying. Its power isn't great, but it has the strange ability to becalm its opponents.


Puchiemon Green

This colored variation of Puchiemon exists. They are valued for their extreme rarity.


  • Palette Swap: Its color scheme is the reverse of the regular Puchiemon.

Toucanmon

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A loud and gaudy Armor-level Bird Digimon whose wings have degenerated from living on the ground; having existed for so long that it has become flightless. It often wants to retreat into its shell and shrug off things when feeling insecure, but can barely do so with its huge beak in the way. However, when its anger exceeds a critical point, it opens its huge, colorful beak and raises its crest as an intimidation tactic. It wears a shell over its body since its feathers have degenerated, and it is rumored to be quite muscular underneath.


    Knowledge 
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Tropes that covers most or all Digimon in this category

  • Animal Motifs: All Digivolutions of Knowledge are insect-themed.
  • Big Creepy-Crawlies: As it's ultimately based on the insectoid Tentomon line, all Digimon who evolve with the Digi-Egg of Knowledge are based on insects.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: This Digi-Egg holds the power of earth.
  • Flight: Being based on flying insects, most of them are able to fly.
  • Sigil Spam: All have the Crest Of Knowledge or similar either on their wings or their heads.

Butterflamon (Butterflymon)

An insect Digimon that, like Flybeemon and Honeybeemon, it is a mythical Digimon that was born due to the power of the Digimental of Knowledge during a large Kunemon outbreak. It prefers living in meadowy areas with a warm climate.


Digmon

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An Insect Digimon that evolved using the power of the Digimental of Knowledge. The Digimental of Knowledge bears the attribute of "Earth", and those that don this Digimental wield the power to manipulate the earth. As can be seen from its unique form, it never loses to any Digimon in underground battles.


  • Flight: It has wings hidden on its back to archive this.
  • This Is a Drill: It has drills on its hands and face.

Flybeemon

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A mythical insect Digimon that is said to have evolved in a mutant-like manner due to the power of the Digimental when Kunemon appeared in large numbers. It is extremely rare to encounter Honeybeemon or Butterflamon with this species. It has very intense territoriality, and as for those that intrude its territory, it will try to repel them even if they are a Mega.


  • Shock and Awe Its Fly Spark attack is lightning-based, when it rubs its wings together to zap an opponent.

Honeybeemon

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An insect Digimon that moves very quickly due to its tiny body, and whose speciality is making sport of the enemy. When it thinks someone is coming at it, it sneaks around behind them in the blink of an eye and they suffer a single blow from its stinger. Because of its small size, its offensive power is weak, but it possesses speed and techniques that are enough to compensate for this. However, it is extremely fond of sweets, and its weakness is that if they are placed in front of it, it can't see anything else but them.


  • The Paralyzer: Its stinger has this effect.
  • Use Your Head: It headbutts enemies with the stinger on the back of its helmet.
  • Sweet Tooth: It's fond enough of sweet foods that an offering of sweets will distract it from whatever else it's doing.

Mothmon

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Like Butterflamon, Flybeemon and Honeybeemon, Mothmon is a mythical Digimon that appears during a large Kunemon outbreak. Above all, Mothmon has a rough temperament, so it possesses aggressive habits. The phosphorous powder stored in its wings contains the ingredients for gunpowder, and there are occasions when it showers this powder to intimidate the enemy.


Searchmon

A Insect-type Armor Digimon which evolved through the power of the "Digimental of Knowledge". Under the influence of the Digimental, it has inquisitive habits, and with the radar dome attached to its back it performs scouting operations to collect information. Searchmon can pick up on even the smallest vibrations and sounds to sense the presence of enemies, also collecting data on them.


    Light 
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Coatlmon

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Coatlmon is an embodiment of the sun and wind and has the appearance of a white winged serpent. Although it's a very sacred being, it is said that if you attack it carelessly and enrage it, it will cast a deadly curse on you. However, it won't personally challenge you to a battle due to its calm composition.


  • An Ice Person: One of its attacks is called Freeze Wave.
  • Blow You Away: Another is called Toltec Wind, which invokes the ancient wind of the gods.
  • Feathered Serpent: It's a holy beast in the shape of a winged snake and heavily based on Mesoamerican symbolism.

Gargomon (Gargoylemon)

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A Demon Beast Digimon that used to be a Devil-type Digimon, but suppressed its power with restraints and is occasionally employed as a familiar for Angel Digimon. It's said that, when it is freed from the restraints' control, it exhibits tremendous power.


  • Eyeless Face: Its eyes, like those of many angelic Digimon, are completely obscured by metal implants — in its case, two intersecting strips of metal bolted over its eye sockets.
  • Familiar: It occasionally serves as this for angel Digimon.
  • Heel–Face Turn: It supposedly started out as a demonic Digimon, but redeemed itself and turned towards light.
  • One Steve Limit: Its Japanese name, Gargomon, is also the English name for Galgomon.
  • Our Angels Are Different: It resembles an angel as much as it does a gargoyle, it digivolves through Angewomon's crest, and it sometimes serves as a Familiar to angelic Digimon.
  • Our Gargoyles Rock: This one's more a very peculiar angel than anything like modern fantasy gargoyles, but its holy nature does align with gargoyles' original role as wardens against evil spirits.
  • Oxymoronic Being: Despite it digivolved from Digi-Egg of Light, it is classified as Demon Beast, has Virus attribute, and is included in Nightmare Soldiers family.
  • Too Many Belts: Covering its arms, legs and torso. Unlike 99% of examples of this in Digimon, these ones serve a purpose of keeping its power in check.

Harpymon

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A mythical beast Digimon that possesses arms with wings and the upper body of a woman. It's a thief Digimon that is called the "Snatcher" due to its stealing valuable data (treasure) from databases (ruins). It shows up like a gale, seizing treasures and attacking with its large talons. Although its power is lacking, the continuous attacks unleashed using its speed are terrifying.


  • Bird People: A humanoid with a bird's legs and wings.
  • Blow You Away: Its Wind Seeker attack manipulates the air to create a pocket of vacuum, with which it attacks.
  • Fragile Speedster: It's not that strong, usually relying on a barrage of attacks to terrify enemies into submission.
  • Light Is Not Good: It may have evolved through the Digimental of Light, but it's a selfish thief which steals anything it can get its mitts on.
  • The Rival: To Goatmon, as a consequence of thieving from ruins that Goatmon tend to guard.

Manbomon

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An extremely rare mutant Digimon that is seldom seen even in the Net Ocean. It usually moves about while going with the current near the surface, but when fighting with the enemy, it moves at astounding speed with the propeller on its tail fin. It is said that although the patterns on the surface of its body have meaning, they also differ for each individual, but because there are few cases of witness accounts, the truth of the matter is uncertain. Also, it is a precious species that produces antibodies against computer viruses within its body.


Nefertimon

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The Digimental of Light has the attribute of light, and those that don this Digimental will have the ability to purify darkness with the intense power of light. Even though Tailmon is not a descendant of an ancient species, it became able to Armor evolve by awakening the special abilities that lay dormant within its composition data.


Nefertimon X-Antibody

Seahomon

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An aquatic Digimon that inhabits places of high water pressure in the deepest trenches of the Net Ocean and as such attains a small build, but when it rises up to an area of the ocean with shallow water, it seems that it becomes even larger than Seadramon-species Digimon. Although it is still a hypothesis, Seahomon is a survivor of ancient Digimon said to have perished in the past, and there is a rumor that it might have some sort of connection with Seadramon-species Digimon.


    Love 
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Tropes that covers most or all Digimon in this category

  • Blow You Away: This Digi-Egg carries the power of wind, allowing the base Digimon to take flight.
  • Flight: Most of them are able to fly.

Holsmon (Halsemon)

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Through the attribute of Wind, Halsemon can use the Digi-Egg's power to fly without its wings, as if it's a gust of wind dancing in the sky. In air battle, its attacks quickly land onto its enemy.


  • Anthropomorphic Personification: Of the Digi-Egg of Love.
  • "Blind Idiot" Translation: Its English name was supposed to be Horusmon.
  • Eye Beams: Its Red Sun and Udjat Gaze attacks fire beams from its eyes.
  • Flight: It can fly by manipulating air currents and fly without the use of wings — which, given that it digivolves from a bird whose regular evolutions explicitly fly the normal way, is more than a bit unusual.
  • Our Gryphons Are Different: The four-legged, panther-stanced Halsemon has more than a bit in common with traditional deceptions of griffons.
  • Tornado Move: Its Tempest Wing attack is one.

Owlmon

An Armor-level Bird Digimon that evolved through the power of the "Digimental of Love". It excels in its scouting ability and primarily specializes in night activities. Its night vision scope-eyes have the ability to detect opponents up to 1 km away in the dark, so it can approach and ambush them from behind. Because Owlmon's fundamental characteristic is "Scouting" rather than "Combat", its offensive power is not great, but it excels in ninja-like strikes that utilize the darkness.


Pipismon

Pteranomon (Pteramon)

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Setmon (Sethmon)

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A Demon Beast digimon based on Set, an ancient Egyptian deity of the desert, storms, disorder, violence and foreigners.

Swanmon

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  • Feather Flechettes: Its primary attack generates a storm of feathers.
  • Flechette Storm: Its Down Tornado attack uses its feathers for this.
  • Swans A-Swimming: Like most fictional swans, Swanmon is a beautiful and elegant creature. It's also a Vaccine type, fitting swans' typically positive image.

    Miracles 
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Tropes that covers most or all Digimon in this category

  • Extra-ore-dinary: Using this Digi-Egg gives the wielder Chrome Digizoid armor.
  • Golden Supermode: A lot of them are golden-colored, but all will be powerful anyways. In fact, one of them below is not only as powerful as a Mega, but is also in one of the Special Groups!
  • Screw Destiny: As Magnamon's profile states, the Digimental of Miracles grants the ability to overcome any adversity to those who wield it.

Elephamon

  • Horn Attack: With the variation that it can shoot its tusks like missiles.

Kongoumon

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Maildramon

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A cyborg dragon Digimon plated in Chrome Digizoid armor and employed in the service of Knightmon, racing across the battlefield with Knightmon astride its back. Only a Maildramon is enormous enough to act as the steed of the large-bodied Knightmon, and its own power and endurance are also significant.


Magnamon

A Holy Knight Digimon that miraculously become as strong as a Mega level after digivolving from a Rookie Vmon. It is also a member of the Royal Knights; for more info on this Digimon, go here.

Peacockmon

A Machine-type Digimon whose body is made of a metallic-blue Chrome Digizoid alloy. With its laser-like wings extending from both of its arms, it is capable of flying at immense speeds.

Rhinomon

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    Purity (Sincerity) 
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Tropes that covers most or all Digimon in this category

  • Green Thumb: This Digi-egg has an attribute of "plants".
  • Mutant: A lot of the resultants are under the Mutant Type.
  • Plant Person: More often do you see this being Downplayed for these digimon, rather than actually being played straight.

Frogmon

Kabukimon

A Mutant Digimon with large flowers blooming from its head and hands. It can usually absorb nutrients by planting both feet firmly in the ground while squatting and assuming a pose. Unusually for a Plant-species, it dislikes being under the sun, and instead normally prefers to lie hidden, and loves artificially illuminated spaces. It is characterized by movements and an appearance that make it more noticeable, and even its behavior is gaudy. When it is behaving excitedly in the middle of battle, its method of striking a pose and treating it as its highlight scene possesses enough beauty to make its adversaries momentarily falter.
  • Hand Blast: Its Sakura Fubuki attack is one.
  • Petal Power: It can send a cloud of sharp petals at a target.

Nohemon

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A Puppet Digimon resembling scarecrow, but the crow on its right arm is its true body. The crow skillfully manipulates the scarecrow's body with psychic powers, bewildering opponents. Since the true body is a sneaky crow, it excels at telling lies and tall tales, but it is also an expert shot with a bow and arrow.


Ponchomon

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A Mutant Digimon that may originate from a Togemon who died from an accident. Instead of reformatting back to an egg, it came back as a ghost and, under the influence of a Latin music distribution program, manifested wearing a poncho. It always appear cheerful, but no one can really read its facial expression, making it rather eerie. Its actions are always carried out in Latin rhythm, being so upbeat that even other Ghost Digimon like Bakemon would join in the dance. The rhythmic motif lets Ponchomon fight swiftly in battle.


Shurimon

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A Mutant-type Digimon that evolved through the power of the Digimental of Purity. The Digimental of Purity bears the attribute of Plants, and the Hawkmon wielding the Digimental has the ability to assimilate with nature, disappearing into the wind in a flurry of leaves, and striking with pinpoint accuracy from the opponent's blind spots. Its form appropriately resembles a ninja.


Yaksamon (Yasyamon)

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A Demon Man-type Digimon that exhibits the power of a demon and possesses fierce offensive power, but its true nature is one of righteousness and devotion to protecting the weak. Furthermore, it excels in the realm of the arcane, and is capable of mastering all supernatural powers. Its personality is taciturn, but calm and reassuring.


    Sincerity (Reliability) 
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Tropes that covers most or all Digimon in this category

  • Animal Motifs: All the Digimon in this category are based on aquatic creatures.
  • Making a Splash: This Digi-Egg has the attribute of Water, and consequently most of its resultant Digimon are aquatic creatures.

Archelomon

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A reptile Digimon with knives for fore flippers. Since it's not able to move particularly quickly through the water, its personality is laid-back, but because it has sharp fore flippers and a tough shell, its chances of being attacked are small, plus it can create a whirlpool to suck its attackers in.


  • Mighty Glacier: It doesn't swim well, but it can defend itself through its shell or attacking with its front flippers. If all else fair, it can drown its opponent by summoning a whirlpool.
  • Sturdy and Steady Turtles: It's a slow swimmer, but its tough shell ensures that it's unlikely to be attacked and its goes through life with a laidback and unconcerned personality.

Depthmon

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An Aquatic Beast Man Digimon capable of swimming freely like a fish, thanks to this Digi-Egg. It wears an armor that lets it dive down to the bottom of the Oceans with no ill effects. It can go further than Hangyomon, a Digimon specializing in underwater activities, and it can even compete with Whamon in diving capacity.


  • Making a Splash: Its Bubble Bomb attack fires exploding bubbles.
  • Our Mermaids Are Different: This one's completely covered up in scuba diving gear. It also originates from a rookie dragon Digimon, instead of the beautiful woman that the trope normally depicts.

Mantaraymon

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Orcamon

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  • Beast Man: It's a humanoid orca with flippers instead of hands, and which wears a life preserver and flotation jacket.

Sabmarimon (Submarimon)

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This Digi-Egg has the attribute of "Water", and with it, Armadimon can adapt to fight underwater. Swimming freely around the ocean, it is unmatched by other techniques unleashed in underwater battles unless the Aquatic opponent is considerably exceptional as well.


Tylomon

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  • Making a Splash: It has multiple water attacks.
  • Sea Monster: A giant, reptilian seagoing predator based off Tylosaurus.
  • Stock Dinosaurs: It's based off of mosasaurs, some of the most commonly depicted of the large, predatory Mesozoic sea reptiles in modern fiction.
  • Tornado Move: Its Terror Spiral attack generates waterspouts.

    Unsorted 

BioCoatlmon (BioQuetzalmon)

Normally, BioCoatlmon is a Holy Beast Digimon which is an avatar of the sun and wind, and evolved from Wormmon through the Digi-Egg of Light. However, this Digimon is archived by Bio-Hybrid evolution, a process exclusive to Digimon Savers. For this case, Nanami charges her DigiSoul into her special Digivice and upgrade herself instantly to become a Digimon. Despite not evolving using any Digi-Egg, this Digimon is armored levels as it based a variant of the above Digimon.


BioStegomon

BioThunderbirdmon


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