Four powerful Mega level Digimon who serve as antagonists in Digimon Adventure, whose existence were brought forth by Apocalymon. Note that most tropes regarding them as a group only apply to the anime, and that they are listed as such here because the group's existence is acknowledged by Bandainote and for organizational purposes. Due to this connection to them, Apocalymon is listed here as well.
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Tropes applying to the group as a whole:
- Dark Is Evil: It's in the name, folks.
- Fusion Dance: A specific combination of two of them is used to put Apocalymon into play in his various cards.
- Made of Evil: Apocalymon brought them into existence, so this pretty much applies.
- Villain Decay: A strange example, but despite their still large powerful, in the backstory they were able to defeat the Harmonious Ones (essentially the guardians and almost Gods of the Digital World) whereas here they are defeated by the Digidestined, who only have two Megas, and fr the most part fight them seperately.
The final form of the Seadramon-species whose whole body is covered in the strongest metal, Chrondigizoit alloy. Its Metal Body reflects every attack. Furthermore, it has the fastest speed of movement among aquatic Digimon. Metal Seadramon was remodeled as a Digimon for use in interception under the sea. Through this, it was completed as a Digimon for use in land, sea, and sky interception. Its Special Move is an energy cannon that is fired off from its snout (Ultimate Stream).
- The formal name of the "Chrondigizoit Metal" used by Metal-species Digimon is called "Chrondigizoit Hybrid Organism alloy" and is abbreviated as "CHO-alloy". Chrondigizoit alloy is an intermediate material between Chrondigizoit metal and living tissue, so it is able to integrate with living tissue, and it possesses both the super-hard firmness of Chrondigizoit, as well as the smoothness of living tissue.
- Breath Weapon: Considering he fires "Ultimate Stream" out of his nose, this most certainly applies. He's also shown to breathe fire in the anime.
- Chrome Champion: He's covered in gold armor.
- Flying Seafood Special: A flying sea serpent.
- An Ice Person: His "Giga Ice Blast" attack, according to the dub. In the original, MetalSeadramon has never been shown to have any ice-based attacks like other Seadramon-species Digimon.
- Making a Splash: His "Poseidon Divide", summons a massive wave of water to wash away the enemy.
- The Last of These Is Not Like the Others: MetalSeadramon is the only Data-attributed Dark Master, while the rest are Virus attributes.
- Our Dragons Are Different: A "Dramon" type Digimon. This puts him at the mercy of WarGreymon's attacks in the anime.
- Sea Serpents: A powerful, dangerous armor-plated sea serpent.
- Sinister Schnoz: It's a frikkin cannon.
- Unusual Weapon Mounting: As mentioned above, his nose is a cannon.
- Wave-Motion Gun: His "Ultimate Stream" attack shoots a powerful energy beam.
The Digital World's strongest Digimon, whose body is 100% full metal. It was built by synthesizing the parts of many Cyborg Digimon, and it is thought that all of the Cyborg Digimon produced so far were merely prototypes for the completion of Mugendramon. Its power is at a level that would overwhelm other Digimon, and it possesses an intellect which boasts incomparable throughput, but it is a purely mechanical Digimon which does not share their self-will. Instead, someone planted a program containing evil intentions within the Digicore at the center of its body, and Mugendramon is supplied with infinite power from that malice-filled Digicore. Its Special Move is superdreadnought-class energy waves fired from its two cannons (∞ Cannon).
For a non-protagonist digimon, Mugendramon has had a considerable amount of influence on the mythos. Not only is it one half of the nigh-Cosmic Horror Millenniumon, it's also the basis for later digimon such as Chaosdramon.
- BFG: Two, in fact, strapped to its back.
- Evil Genius: It's made out to be such in its profile.
- Genius Bruiser: It's said to possess a high amount of intellect as well as power.
- Mechanical Monster: A giant dragon Digimon 100% made of metal that's considered the peak of cyborg Digimon.
- Mix-and-Match Man: It's comprised of parts from multiple Cyborg and Machine Type Digimon; if you look closely, you'll see that its two cannons are derived from MetalMamemon's Psycho Blaster, its head and right arm come from Megadramon, both its shoulders, chest, and its entire left arm are taken from MetalGreymon, its lower jaw and feet come from MetalTyrannomon, and its knee caps are Andromon's shoulder pads. In a way, it's the mechanical counterpart to the "biological" Kimeramon.
- Our Dragons Are Different: Which, like MetalSeadramon, makes him susceptible to WarGreymon's Dramon Killers in Digimon Adventure.
- Power Source: Its Digicore serves as a "Replenishment" type, of the "infinite" variety.
- Retcon: It was originally depicted as an Ultimatenote .
- Shoulder Cannon: Its main cannons are mounted directly on the back of its shoulders.
- Straw Vulcan: It has great intellect and power, but not the "will" of other digimon.
- World's Strongest Man: Its profile information advertises it as the strongest Digimon. Though, this was back in 1999, when it debuted, and more Digimon have cropped up since, including some who could easily challenge it for the title of strongest Digimon.
Hi-MugendramonIn Digimon Xros Wars, Mugendramon gains a "powered up" form known as Hi-Mugendramon, which is attained by absorbing large numbers of its minions.
- Large and in Charge: It's much larger than Mugendramon itself.
A strange-looking and elusive Demon Man Digimon that is completely shrouded in mystery. Demon Man Digimon have many mysterious qualities, and since Demon- and Undead-species are basically beings from another dimension, their true forms are not totally understood. Why it appeared, and the purpose of its existence are also unclear, and there are currently no means of clarifying those questions. However, its strength is without equal, and if you happen to stumble across Piemon, you probably won't be able to do anything but curse your fate. Its Special Move is an inescapable technique in which it teleports the four swords that pierce the "Magic Box" on its back, causing them to skewer the opponent in the following instant (Trump Sword).
For Piemon's Palette Swap, ChaosPiemon, please see the "Chaos Generals" section.
- Baleful Polymorph: Has the ability to transform people into keychains in the anime.
- Diabolus ex Nihilo: An in-universe version. No-one knows where it came from or why, and Piemon's obviously not telling.
- Hand Blast: It's "Ending Snipe" fires a magical blast from its hands.
- Impossible Hourglass Figure: A masculine example, in that Piemon has a really thin waist.
- Monster Clown: A demon monster clown.
- New Powers as the Plot Demands: His "Clown Trick" has been used to cover several attacks, but is most known for turning the opponent into a key chain and causing explosions. Does various magical effects including transformation and disguises and reflecting an opponent's attack back.
- Space Master: How "Mask's Square" works; it gives Piemon total control over an area, allowing it to teleport itself and its attacks, as well as control those within it to a limited degree.
- Throwing Your Sword Always Works: "Trump Sword", though its profile also mentions he can teleport them at will.
- Villainous Harlequin: Has mostly shown up in media as an antagonist. Though, at the very least, the Piemon in Digimon V-Tamer 01 was as an Anti-Villain. Its appearence in Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth is a very unique version of him.
- You Cannot Grasp the True Form: Said to be the trait of Piemon, and all Demon Man Digimon like him.
Built from the body of a cursed Jyureimon, it is an Ultimate Puppet Digimon. It is thought that it was probably a single fiendish hacker that constructed Pinochimon from Jyureimon's data. It has an appearance like a marionette, but it can move under its own volition. Its personality is detestable, as it tells fibs, and when a computer presents false information, it is the work of Pinochimon. Its Special Move is packing gunpowder into its revolver-style hammer, then striking with its strongest technique (Bullet Hammer). If one suffers this attack, they will probably vanish without a trace, not just from the hammer's blow but also from the explosion of the gunpowder.
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: "Kyodai Mokujin." The enormous robotic house Pinochimon uses to attack the heroes in Digimon Adventure was extrapolated into an actual attack in Digimon Masters, with said house being named "Housemon."
- Battle Boomerang: Uses its "Wood Cross" this way.
- Broom Stick Quarterstaff: A variation, in that Pinochimon uses its Bullet Hammer as if it were a broom in its "Cleanup" attack.
- Consummate Liar: Pinochimon is an eager and prolific liar, although in some media its nose serves as a tell and gives away its lies by growing longer when Pinochimon fibs.
- Double Weapon: Its "Bullet Hammer" is part hammer, part revolver.
- Drop the Hammer: Its "Bullet Hammer" boosts a hammer's concussive force by also detonating a large amount of gunpowder during the blow.
- Gatling Good: Also "Bullet Hammer."
Apocalymon (Apokarimon, Apocalymon)
A mysterious Digimon that appeared when negative thoughts gathered through dark power. None know its true identity, and whether this thing is a Digimon cannot be analyzed. Although the reason for its appearance is unconfirmed, it is thought that it seeks to purge the chaotic Digital World and return it to "Nothingness". According to one theory, there is a prophecy of Apocalymon's coming in a book of ancient prophecies.
- All Your Powers Combined: It possesses the attacks of the Digimon comprising it, as well as those of their evolutions.
- Body Horror: There are tubes and veins connecting its body to the massive, uh, thing it happens to be attached to.
- Combat Tentacles: The large claw-like appendages coming out of its lower half.
- Earth-Shattering Kaboom: "Gran Death Big Bang", though it's really more of a "Universe Shattering Kaboom" by all intents and purposes.
- Eldritch Abomination: Formed from negative emotions and those that fell before evolving, and his mere presence warps time and space in the anime.
- The Heartless: To Digimon that died before they could evolve as well as to humanity.
- Humanoid Abomination: The upper half of it, anyway.
- Japanese Ranguage: It's referred to as "Apokarimon" by Bandai of America. Averted in the anime dub itself.
- Made of Evil: Born from a mixture of darkness and negativity. This isn't unusual for Digimon, but the amount of those at the Mega level is pretty low.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Its name has part of "Apocalypse" in it, so...
- Never Say "Die": All three dub names for "Gran Death Big Bang" eliminate the "Death" part. Same goes for "Death Evolution".
- Omnicidal Maniac: It wants to turn the entire Digital World to nothingness because it's too chaotic.
- Power Nullifier: "Death Evolution" reverses, well, evolution.
- Sinister Geometry: Its main body is a dodecahedron.
- Taking You with Me: The aim of "Gran Death Big Bang".
- Too Many Belts: Both of its arms are covered in a dozen belts.
- Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: Both in its profile and in Digimon Adventure; being the result of both humankind's negative emotions and the lingering regrets of fallen digimon have made Apocalymon very pissed off.