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Lord Bagra (Bagramon)

The powerful king of the Bagra Empire, and the leader of its Bagra Army. He commands a vast army of Digimon along with the three generals, but does not leave his castle until the endgame.

His digivolved and Xrossed forms are as follows:

DarknessBagramon, with DarkKnightmon. An immensely powerful fusion of the two, with the addition of two enormous black wings.

Voiced by: Takeshi Kusao (Japanese), Neil Kaplan (English)

  • Anti-Villain: In the manga he would rather destroy the world than let evil monsters like UltimateChaosmon, who he was barely able to seal away, take control. That and he is really frustrated with homeostasis "God" being unable to tell him why some monsters are born evil, like his brother.
  • Apocalypse How: His true goal. How big are we talking? Class X-5.
  • Arc Villain: Subverted. In a first for the animes, Bagra is the sole Big Bad of the entire Fusion series (except in the Japanese version, which has a third season with a new antagonist), even though each previous season had its own overarching antagonist (Apocalymon for Adventure 01, Myotismon for Adventure 02, D-Reaper for Tamers, Lucemon for Frontier, and Kurata for Data Squad).
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  • Archangel Gabriel: The demonic inversion, in that his name is a corruption and reordering of the symbols and sounds in Gabriel's name.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever MegaDarknessBagramon
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: As the emperor of the Bagra army, it makes sense that he'd be incredibly powerful- and he is, possibly one of the toughest final villains the franchise has provided.
  • Badass Cape: He wears one over a Badass Longcoat
  • Battle in the Center of the Mind: After being seemingly killed and assimilated by DarkKnightmon, he wrests control back through one of these, and initially confronts Taiki, Akari and Cutemon in one during the final battle.
  • Beard of Evil: He's got a beard. He's evil. Pretty cut and dry.
  • Big Bad: He's the leader of the Bagra Army.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: After curbstomping everyone several times initially even before becoming DarknessBagramon, he himself ends up on the receiving end of one these at the hands of Shoutmon X7 Superior Mode.
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  • Disc-One Final Boss: Subverted.DarkKnightmon tried to take over, but it backfired big time. Also worth noting is that he's the first Digimon Big Bad to remain the main antagonist throughout their entire series, in an anime series anyway.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: Especially in the dub.
  • Expy: Of the MegaTen version of Lucifer. Despite being the demonic inversion of Gabriel. Kinda weird.
    • He also has a number of similarities to Daemon, both conceptually and in terms of his role in the story.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: In the manga by virtue of his long relationship with homeostasis.
  • Hot-Blooded: Before he absorbs DarkKnightmon, he says that the latter lacks idealism and conviction and he really hams it up during the final battle, suggesting that Bagramon is this to some degree.
  • I Am Not Left-Handed: You can tell just by looking that his most powerful hand is his right one. But even when that one is occupied with initiating D5, he's still prepared to wipe the walls with the good guys with just his left hand. Only being impaled by Dark Knightmon actually saves the heroes from getting creamed.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Twice. The second time killing him.
  • In Their Own Image: The purpose of the D5 is to merge the two worlds and reshape them in his image.
  • Killed Off for Real: Is destroyed at the end by Shoutmon X7 Superior Mode, ending up like his Three Generals, his unreformed Dark Generals, and his brother. Though in the Japanese version only, a third season has him reincarnated as a human, but with a completely different personality.
  • Multiversal Conqueror: Probably second to Milleniumon in this aspect if not equal to him in the entire franchise so far.
  • Olympus Mons: He's a Demon Lord digimon, a classification reserved for the most powerful demonic digimon in the mythos.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: The ultimate goal of his plan, D-5, which will destroy all dimensions and allow him to reshape them in his own image.
  • One-Winged Angel: As DarknessBagramon.
  • Orcus on His Throne: For a powerful Digimon, he sure just sits in his throne a lo. With that said, he is very, very powerful when he does do his job. Turns out to be Justified as, ultimately whether the Death Generals won or lost didn't matter to him, he'd still harvest all the negative energy he needed, either from them succeeding or them dying.
  • Power Gives You Wings: The first bit of the transformation into DarknessBagramon is, naturally, him growing enormous wings.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning
  • Red Right Hand: His right arm and leg are huge, bony and monstrous. His right arm is capable of drastically increasing in size to attack, enough to reach straight through to the human world and initiate D5.
  • Spikes of Villainy: His demonic horns and aspects of his artificial limbs.
  • Super Mode: DarknessBagramon
  • Villain Ball: His decision to bring Kiriha to the Digital World is this since he does nothing about it afterwards and lets him wreak havoc on his army whether on his own or by teaming up with Taiki. Since Kiriha does play a strong role in his defeat, this ultimately came back to bite him.
  • Visionary Villain: In the anime, where he seeks to make a new world.
  • The Voice: Until episode 21 he's not seen directly.
  • Winged Humanoid: Note that he already has wings in his base form, they just are very small.


A robotic Digimon shaped like a poop, who can transform into a golden, robotic ninja Digimon. While he appeared loyal to Bagramon, in reality, he served as a spy for DarkKnightmon, until they joined Bagramon. He later served as the personal bodyguard to Yuu Amano, and came to legitimately care for the boy.

His digivolved and Xrossed forms are as follows:

DeadlyTuwarmon, with DeadlyAxemon. Basically Tuwarmon with some of DeadlyAxemon's parts.
DeadlyTuwarmon Hell Mode, with DeadlyAxemon, Apollomon Whispered's entire army and energy from Hell's field. A spikier version of DeadlyTuwarmon with abilities derived from the individual fields within Hell's Field.

Voiced by: Masami Kikuchi (Japanese), Michael Sorich (Damemon), Richard Epcar (Tsuwamon) (English)

  • Arm Cannon: As DeadlyTsuwamon, his fusion with DeadlyAxemon.
  • Catchphrase: "Dame! Dame!" Faithfully translated as "No good! No good!" after his debut in the dub.
  • Expy: Damemon looks like a robotic Sukamon.
  • Fighting with Chucks: His "Mantis Arm" blades, which are really more bladed tonfas. Or Sinister Scythes.
  • Gratuitous English: He sure likes to speak with additional English phrases and then explain what they mean.
  • Mysterious Backer: How he acts when he first meets Shoutmon due to Ewan/Yuu wanting to have a worthy opponent.
  • Ninja: The near-majority of Tuwarmon's techniques focus on various forms of nijitsu.
  • Pokémon Speak: Inverted - Damemon was unnamed in his first few appearances and a contest was held in Japan to name his species, the winning name matching his catchphrase.
  • Smoke Out: Smokin' Boogie. A smoke bomb with additional bomb.


The Digimon sitting at Damemon's controls. While he's originally thought to just be along for the ride, his true nature is a bit more sinister.

Voiced by: Kenji Akabane (Japanese), Doug Erholtz (English)

  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Inexplicably grows giant during his last fight. Actually made him something of a challenge until Taiki pulled out Bastemon.
    • Wisemon says that he was compressing his data to appear small.
  • Deader Than Dead: Considering that his data was consumed by Bastemon instead of dispersing into the atmosphere, he's not coming back anytime soon.
  • Devil in Plain Sight: Considering Damemon's own role as a Mole, that's saying something.
  • Eaten Alive: By Bastemon of all 'mon!
  • Expy: As Damemon is one for Sukamon, ChuuChuumon is one for Chuumon.
  • False Friend: As Damemon lays dying, he just sits by and yawns despite Yuu's pleas for help.
  • Head Pet: To Damemon, seemingly.
  • Just Desserts: Becomes Bastemon's snack.
  • Karmic Death: Not long after he shows his true colours to Yuu and the mortally-wounded Damemon, Bastemon brutally kills him offscreen and erases him from existence by eating his data.
  • Smug Snake: Just look the expression on his picture.


One of the generals of the Bagra army, who commands MadLeomon and the other early opponents faced by Xros Heart. He's fixated on his military record, and his favorite word is "Perfect."

Voiced by: Bin Shimada (Japanese), Kirk Thornton (English)

  • Adaptational Badass: In the anime, OmegaShoutmon is able to beat him with relative ease and he never has the chance to unseal his sword and properly wield it. In the manga, it takes Shoutmon X7 to defeat him.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Is EXTREMELY massive in the Real World due to him sucking up a ton of energy.
  • Back from the Dead: His sword can do this to the data of fallen Digimon, but it turns them into shady souls.
  • BFG: The cannons on his back, called Tanegashima (which is the name of Japanese firearms, based on a Japanese island).
  • BFS: The Jatetsufuujinmaru (Sealed Iron Serpent God). Notable because it is damn huge...and it's not even unsealed yet! Key word there being seal, simply sheathing it was not enough and even if it's sealed, it can deal major damage!
  • Blood Knight: He delights in finding a Worthy Opponent in Team Xros Heart, and his normally stoic personality gives way to bombastic revelry whenever they push him to his limits. His sword was sealed prior to their second direct confrontation to curb its immense power, saving it for a foe formidable enough to merit its unsealing.
  • Catchphrase: "Perfect" and variations on it, similar to how Crusadermon used "beautiful." He doesn't use it nearly as much in the dub, though.
  • Chekhov's Gun: The energy stored within the sword, which had remained undestroyed from Tactimon's defeat, is instrumental in Bagramon's D5 plot.
    • In the manga, it gets unsealed. And dear god does he kick ass once he starts using it.
  • Everything's Better with Samurai: A subversion. Highly strategic, dangerously lethal, and as an adversary to the heroes, also shown to be more than just competent in combat by himself.
  • First Blood: In the manga, even more impressive he that he was the first to ever make Greymon bleed.
  • Four Is Death: His tachi techniques follow a set pattern, one to four. However, the fourth technique uses the Kanji for death instead of four.
  • General Ripper: He's not above sacrificing the Bagra Army's soldiers in order to attain victory, which results in Dorulumon abandoning the Empire's army, and BlueMeramon betraying them for being considered such a sacrifice in the past.
  • Katanas Are Just Better: Confirmed to be the theme of his attacks by his website profile. Though, as noted above him, he does carry two cannons on his back.
  • Killed Off for Real: If Episode 30 is anything to go by.
  • Necromancer: Sort of. He can transform data from fallen Digimon into dark data, that can fight and constrict enemies.
  • Outside-Context Problem: In the manga the Royal Knights were caught off guard by him because they were not even aware of his existence.
  • The Perfectionist: He expects perfection out of his subordinates. "Perfect" and its variations are even a Catchphrase for him in the original.
  • Poisonous Person: Manga only.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: Despite his view on soldiers leaning towards "expendable" Tactimon goes easy on Kongoumon when he learn Kongoumon had been fighting Twilight, Blue Flare and Xros Heart all at once in addition to the regular zone resistance and then goes to the forest zone himself to help even the odds.
    • A more sinister example is when he captures Dorulumon and Taiki in the Magma Zone. He was planning to brutally kill Dorulumon to begin with and decides to kill both of them at once for convenience.
  • Shoulders of Doom
  • Smug Snake: At times. The dub played it up more than the original at the expense of his perfectionist tendencies.
  • The Strategist: His primary told in the Bagra Army.
  • Theme Naming: Most of his attacks.
    • ICHI NO TACHI!note  - Creates an earthquake with the Jatetsufuujinmaru.
    • NI NO TACHI!note  - Turns the data of fallen Digimon into dark data with the Jatetsufuujinmaru.
    • SAN NO TACHI!note  - Creates a shockwave with the Jatetsufuujinmaru.
    • SHI NO TACHI!note  - Slashes the opponent with the Jatetsufuujinmaru.
    • GO NO TACHI!note  - Creates powerful energy whips with the Jatetsufuujinmaru. (Manga only)
    • MU NO TACHI!note  - Creates a vortex with the Jatetsufuujinmaru. (Manga only)

Laylamon (Lilithmon)

One of the Bagra Army's generals.

Her digivolved and Xrossed forms are as follows:

Laylamon Combined (GattaiLilithmon), with (what's left of) Blastmon and the Evilmons. A...comical combat form, where Blastmon's head forms an Epic Flail. In the Japanese version, three Evilmons were also part of the fusion and formed talking breast armour (the English dub edited the Vilemon out for obvious reasons).
Evilbeast Laylamon (MajuuLilithmon), with Blastmon and the energy of the Underworld. An enormous and powerful monster of a form, with Lilithmon atop a centaur body armed with spikes from Blastmon.

Voiced by: Houko Kuwashima (Japanese), Cindy Robinson (English)

  • Adaptational Wimp: In the original source material, she is one of the Seven Great Demon Lords, representing the sin of Lust. As such, she is one of the most powerful Digimon in existence, being able to destroy entire universes simply by losing her composure and is a multiversal constant that will exist for as long as Lust does. In the anime, she's repeatedly bested by Xros Heart and co. after her first few appearances. She fares better in the manga, manhandling DarkKnightmon and giving the heroes a hard time, but she too gets taken down by the end.
  • All Amazons Want Hercules: The manga has her explain her motive for working under Bagramon. She has fallen in love with him.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: She grows gigantic in episode 48 after merging with Blastmon.
  • Bad Boss: Has a habit of deleting her minions to power up her stronger subordinates.
  • Berserk Button: Don't make Lilithmon mad, or she'll go insane (or "explode" as she calls it).
  • Blood Upgrade: Lilithmon likes drinking other creature's blood but the sight of her own causes her to explode.
  • Boobs of Steel
  • Butt-Monkey: Became this in the Death Generals arc.
  • Demoted to Extra: Seems to have happened to her and Blastmon, as they were not allowed to become Death Generals, so they are now on "vacation" - and she's pissed off about it.
  • Dub Name Change: From Lilithmon to Laylamon (Layla means "dark beauty").
  • Enemy Mine: With DarkKnightmon as of Episode 21. As per usual, DarkKnightmon's intentions are anyone's guess. Of course, both intend to betray the other as soon as they have no further use for one another.
    • This is ultimately subverted when we find out in episode 29 that DarkKnightmon was part of the Bagra Army from the start; technically he and Lilithmon were always on the same side, Lilithmon just didn't know it.
  • Femme Fatalons: And they're poisonous. She stabs Reapmon with them.
  • Gainaxing: Lilithmon's chest likes to bounce a lot.
  • Good Wings, Evil Wings: Compared to Beelzemon's angelic feathers, Lilithmon has demonic, batlike wings.
  • Grievous Harm with a Body: Uses Blastmon's head as an Epic Flail in her DigiXrossed form.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: It's not very hard to piss her off.
  • Hellish Pupils: Especially when she's mad.
  • Horny Devils: Well, she is supposed to be the Demon Lord of Lust, basically the Digimon equivalent of a succubus though Xros Wars don't seem to follow this particular bit of in-universe- she even gets teased by the Evilmons and Blastmon about "not having a boyfriend".
  • Killed Off for Real: Is destroyed by Beelzemon's Kamikaze attack.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: Not that Lilithmon was weak to begin with or anything, but in the Death Generals arc she was mostly a side character used for comic relief more than serious battles, especially after Yuu DigiXroses her into a silly-looking form. This is changed heavily in episode 48, where she properly merges with Blastmon, grows gigantic and starts absorbing the whole Hell's Field, threatening the lives of everyone inside in the process and requiring Beelzemon to sacrifice himself to take her out.
  • Olympus Mons: Theoretically, being one of the Seven Great Demon Lords. In practice, not really.
  • One-Winged Angel: As MajuuLilithmon, fused with the power of Hell's Field.
  • Revenge Myopia: In the show what keeps her going is revenge on Beelzemon for betraying her. Except it really could not be called "betrayal" when he is basically the second coming of someone she murdered and had ruined the life of prior to that killing.
  • Single Tear: In their final appearance, Lilithmon and Blastmon share tears when she reveals he and Tactimon were the only people she truly trusted.
  • The Smurfette Principle: She's the only girl in Bagramon's army (and in her Digimon group, the Seven Great Demon Lords).
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Likely just an error, but TV Asahi's website called her "Rirismon," the flat transliteration of her name.
    • The same error is present in the Italian dub.
  • Summon Magic: EMPRESS EMBLAZE! - Summons a giant, grotesque hand creature to attack her foe. (Manga only)
  • Too Kinky to Torture: In the manga adaptation, she has her soul ripped out, put into the body of a Gekomon, and then put back in her regular body; and what does she do after that? She squeals in ecstasy.
  • Villain Decay: While she had her moments, she was more threatening and competent in her initial appearances. This slowly changed as the series neared the Death General arc until finally she was just used for comic relief alongside Blastmon. Her last stand in Hell Field did help mitigate this a bit.
  • Villain Forgot to Level Grind: Despite her joke status and introduction of new powerful foes Lilithmon is still capable of giving the protagonists a good fight. She could have been just as dangerous as most of her successors if given access to their resources.


The last of the Bagra army's generals. A powerful warrior, he's obsessed with collecting and devouring diamonds in order to increase his own shine. Though ferociously strong, he's also a bit...well, off.

Voiced by: Daisuke Kishio (Japanese), Patrick Seitz (English)

  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: When we first see him out and about, he's more preoccupied with getting his hands on treasure than he is on fighting his enemies. And making sure sand isn't all over his body. And...let's just say his attention span is just plain nonexistent.
  • Bad Boss: One of many in the Bagra army that is able to power up by using the leftover components of destroyed minions.
  • Berserk Button: Subverted. He hates it when his body gets dirty, and considers it more important than anything else, but it's more of a Tranquil Fury. A Scorpiomon who falls on him with a bunch of sand gets little more than a Death Glare over it.
  • Breath Weapon: Crystal Breath
  • Butt-Monkey: Became this in the Death Generals arc.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: As evidenced by his constant lack of concern for his duties. But what really drove it home was when he thought that Kiriha's partner Cyberdramon was in love with him...
  • Death by Irony: Averted when he gets blasted by Shoutmon X 5 B. His body is destroyed but his head survives. Played straight in the following season when he dies in an explosion.
  • Demoted to Extra: Seems to have happened to him and Lilithmon, as they were not allowed to become Death Generals, so they are now on "vacation".
  • Dumb Muscle: Even more so in the manga where he openly admits to it to being stupid and takes even more force to defeat. Show Blastmon was, if not much of a strategist, then at least able to connect dots and act on reasonable conclusions but was a little easier to fight against.
  • Lightning Bruiser: He's pretty damn fast when propelled by energy released from his fist.
  • Losing Your Head: Inverted. He loses the rest of his body and has to bounce around to move.
  • Manchild: He has the power of an Mega level Digimon...and the brain capacity of a 5 year old.
    • In fact, he names one of his powerful attacks as Final Sbagon Punch...with sbagon being a Japanese onomatopoeia for explosions.
  • The Nicknamer: He calls Tactimon "Tac-chan" ("Tacty" in the dub) and recently Lilithmon "Lili-tan".

Reapmon (Baalmon)

An assassin for the Bagra army, Reapmon is quite disliked by the Generals due to his closed and hard-to-read personality and sneaky behavior, which earned him the derogatory nickname "Shinigami". Reapmon seems to be serving the Bagra army for his own personal reasons, such as when he offers Lilithmon to assassinate Taiki.

Reapmon actually hails from Sand Zone, and was a member of its guardians, the Warriors Of The Goddess, as well as its leader, Angemon's disciple. One day however, he was forced to kill every single member of the order when they suddenly went berserk, sporting a strange mark on his forehead. Thus, Reapmon joined the army to search for the one responsible for that traumatic day, oblivious to the fact that Lilithmon herself is to blame.

After Lilithmon mortally wounds him, Taiki uses the power of the Goddess to revive him, and he is reincarnated as Beelzemon.

Voiced by: Daisuke Kishio (Japanese), Matthew Mercer (English)

  • Chained by Fashion: He wears a chain that binds a large book to his back. Strangely, neither the chain nor the book seem to slow him down much.
  • Cool Mask: He dons the Goddess' mask when he runs to save Shoutmon X4K. It gets incorporated into his Beelzemon form after his reincarnation.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Was once a disciple of the Warriors of the Goddess, under Angemon's tutelage. One day, everybody in the clan except for him went berserk thanks to an EBEmon under Lilithmon's control, and he was forced to slay them all.
  • Death Is Cheap: He takes the full force of HiMugendramon's attack and gets a really dramatic death-scene... Then he gets reborn. As Beelzemon. Less than a minute after his death. In other words, his death had absolutely no negative effects whatsoever.
  • Dub Name Change: From Baalmon to "Reapmon" (reflecting his status as the Bagra Army's grim reaper).
  • Expy: He's rather mysterious so far, but fans have already noticed a few suspicious similarities to a certain demon lord featuring prominently in Digimon Tamers... In fact, merchandise depicted Reapmon being reincarnated as Beelzemon and performing a Heel–Face Turn.
    • Which would be very fitting, as Beelzebub is one of the more prominent deities who are referred to as Baal, even having an alternative spelling as Baal Zebub.
    • He also has shades of Digimon Adventure's Wizardmon, in both appearance and ultimate fate.
    • He also looks quite a bit like Asura.
  • Flash Step: He shows this off when Blastmon tries to forcefully, err, remove him.
  • Hypercompetent Sidekick: Implied to have been this compared to Blastmon and Lilithmon/Laylamon.
  • Iconic Item: Beelzemon's helmet/mask in the Sand Zone episodes. It originally belonged to the goddess, and Reapmon is shown wearing it when he sacrifices himself. It then becomes his when he's reincarnated.
  • Last of His Kind: He's the last of The Goddess' Warriors who lived in Sand Zone. What happened to the rest of them? He killed them when they were under EBEmon's control.
  • Let's Fight Like Gentlemen: He easily seperated Mikey from his Fusion Loader, but allowed him to retrieve it out of fairness.
  • Nothing Up My Sleeve: He has a shotgun hidden in his sleeve. Yes, it's one of Beelzemon's "Berenjena" shotguns.
  • Too Many Belts: Inexplicably has them all over his right arm.
  • The Unfavorite: The generals also don't seem to like him very much, either.
  • You Are Already Dead: Dorulumon mentions that one of Reapmon's qualities is that he is so effective at his job, you are almost certainly done for if he targets you.
  • Zipperiffic: Like Wizarmon, he has zippers in odd places on his legs.

Vilemons (Evilmons)

A trio of Digimon who serve as Blastmon's minions.

Voiced by: Liam O'Brien, Neil Kaplan, Travis Willingham (English)


A field commander for the Bagra empire. He's the first opponent to face Taiki and his friends, and uses the tactic of absorbing his subordinates in order to become more powerful.

His digivolved and Xrossed forms are as follows:

MadLeomon Armed Mode, with several Mammon, Chikurimon and Troopmon. MadLeomon gains a chainsaw on his right arm and cybernetic armor.
MadLeomon Orochi Mode, with Orochimon. Orochimon's heads replace MadLeomon's limbs and his mane changes color.
MadLeomon Final Mode, with several Apemon. A spikier version of MadLeomon with a loincloth made from Apemon's fur.
Leomon. A lion-man who wields a short sword. He is restored to this form after being brought back to life and purified by the Code Crown.

Voiced by: Nobuo Tobita (Japanese), Vic Mignogna (English)

  • Axe-Crazy: Come on people, it's in his name.
  • Back from the Dead: He gets resurrected and purified into Leomon.
  • Bad Boss: To become more powerful, he'll absorb his minions.
  • Beware My Stinger Tail: Orochimon has a rattlesnake's rattle, which MadLeomon can use as a drill when fused with the snake 'mon.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: His Armed Mode gives him a chainsaw attached to his arm.
  • Chainsaw Good: Well, he's a bad guy, but in his "armed" form, his main weapon is an enormous chainsaw.
  • Extendable Arms: Orochimon's heads become this for him when he fuses with it, though it's not fast enough or strong enough to keep up with Shoutmon X2.
  • Mega Neko: He's a giant lion digimon.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: In Orochi Mode, he uses four of Orochimon's heads as extendable arms.
  • Power Dyes Your Hair: Orochi Mode turns his mane yellow and Final Mode turns it red.
  • Recurring Boss: He shows up several times in the first few episodes.
  • Scaled Up: By Xrosing with Orochimon. It doesn't work, as usual.
  • Starter Villain: Well, might as well start out with a villain whom you know is going to die.


A fast-moving lion-like Digimon that replaces MadLeomon in the manga as the Bagra Army's commander in the Green Zone.

His digivolved and Xrossed forms are as follows:

'Mush-Upped MachLeomon, with the Abyss Truffle and several Drimogemon. MachLeomon grows larger and mushrooms, armor, and drills sprout all over his body.

  • Deadly Upgrade: The Mushmon elder describes the Abyss Truffle as this. It gives MachLeomon a new form and a temporary power boost, but makes him go berserk and would have killed him had he not been finished off by Shoutmon X3. If he'd been a weaker Digimon it would have just killed him instantly.
  • Dual Wielding: He wields two large knives.
  • Evil Smells Bad: After fusing with the Abyss Truffle, he smells like rotting garbage. The upgrade gets him high enough that he thinks it smells good.
  • Knife Nut: His preferred weapons in his base form are two big knives made of bone.
  • Palette Swap: Aside from his clothes and mane being white, he's identical to MadLeomon.
  • Power High: The Abyss Truffle gives him this along with a regular high.
  • Speed Blitz: His Sonic Thrust attack propels him around Shoutmon and Ballistamon as he attacks them with his knives. Shoutmon X2 has the reflexes to keep up with him, but Shoutmon and Ballistamon themselves don't.
  • Starter Villain: He replaces MadLeomon as this in the manga.


The commander for the Bagra army in the Island Zone. He commands a fleet of aquatic Digimon, which include a number of Mantaraymon fitted with armor that serve as battleships. His special spear is known as the King's Bite.

Voiced by: Mitsuaki Madono (Japanese), Liam O'Brien (English)

  • Back from the Dead: He is revived and purified by the power of the Code Crown in Episode 29.
  • Evil Brit: In the dub, he has a high-class British accent.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Is killed by his own spear; its tricked into impaling him.
  • Living Weapon: His King's Bite has a mind of its own, and will not relent until it has pierced its target. Even if its own master tries to stop it.
  • Olympus Mons: His name and role in the Expanded Universe make him one of these, but his actual role in the show is significantly less remarkable.
  • Sea Monster: Him and his subordinate Digimon.
  • Taking You with Me: After being impaled on King's Bite, he attempts to take his enemies with him with his Wave of Depth attack.

AncientVolcanomon (AncientVolcamon)

The Bagra army's commander in the Magma Zone. He has enslaved a number of Digimon to dig for the area's Code Crown, and has a fiery temper. Literally.

His digivolved and Xrossed forms are as follows:

FusedAncientVolcamon, with his Meramon army. His limbs become wreather with Meramon's fire, his face turns red, and his volcano is now a Chest Blaster.

Voiced by: Kiyoyuki Yanada (Japanese), JB Blanc (English)

  • Back from the Dead: He is revived and purified by the power of the Code Crown in Episode 29.
  • Bad Boss: The guy is both a slave-driver and a practitioner of MadLeomon's favored power up method.
  • Body Horror: What happens when he gets all stopped up and gets his magma flowing backwards.
  • Chest Blaster: Gets this later on, after powering up and becoming FusionAncientVolcamon
  • Demoted to Extra: One of the Ten Legendary Warriors is now a minor boss character.
  • Evil Brit: In the dub, he speaks in a British accent.
  • High-Pressure Emotion: He starts erupting when he gets angry. Oddly, the reverse is true as well. Physically cooling him down will calm him down.
  • Hot-Blooded: When he gets mad, he gets mad. And starts spewing magma everywhere. It takes a blast of ice from his subordinate Yukidarumon to get him to cool down, both physically and mentally.
  • Laughably Evil: It's hard not to chuckle at him, especially after he "cools down."


The Bagra Army's commander in the Lake Zone. He leads his forces to besiege the castle in the Lake Zone to get the code crown from Bastemon. He was later demoted for his recent failures.

Voiced by: Yasuhiro Takato (Japanese), Patrick Seitz (English)

Machinedramon (Mugendramon)

A last-minute weapon for the Bagra army in the Sand Zone. Lilithmon essentially brings him in to wreck everyone. He also likes eating his fellow soldiers.

His digivolved and Xrossed forms are as follows:

HiMachinedramon (HiMugendramon), with several Scorpiomon. A red version of Machinedramon.

  • BFG: When he absorbs all the mook Scorpiomon and upgrades to HiMachinedramon, he gets TWO.
  • Humongous Mecha: The largest thing we've seen the Bagra army throw out yet, actually.
  • Killer Robot: He's a robotic digimon and he's evil.
  • Wave-Motion Gun: His Infinity Cannon attack.


An angel Digimon who aspires to become the president of the Heaven Zone. He's actually working to capture the Heaven Zone for Lilithmon and obtain a sealed dark power for himself.

His digivolved and Xrossed forms are as follows:

Lucemon Falldown Mode: His original form. Unlike in Digimon Frontier, he has no light or darkness powers.
Lucemon Satan Mode: Gained by absorbing The Corruption sealed away beneath the Heaven Zone. This form is a mindless, draconic beast with dark powers.

Voiced by: Taiki Matsuno (Japanese), Michael Sinterniklaas (English)

  • Adaptational Wimp: The strongest of the Seven Great Demon Lords, Lucemon is so powerful that the combined powers of the other six combined can't stand against him even when he's heavily weakened from being trapped in his Rookie form and tortured. Here he's Lilithmon's pawn.
  • Beam Spam: His main attack as Lucemon Satan Mode.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: As is tradition for the various Lucemon in Digimon media, this one originally poses as a good guy hoping to better the Heaven Zone's judicial system.
  • Creepy Child: And after about two minutes into episode 16, you realize he's actually this.
  • Demoted to Extra: Originally the Big Bad of Digimon Frontier. Now serves as a lackey to Lilithmon even when it's said that he is the strongest of the Seven Demon Lords
  • Killed Off for Real: While most evil Digimon from the Season 1 Zones are revived and purified by the power of the Code Crown, Lucemon is never seen in Episode 29 or during the Shoutmon X7 Superior Mode fusion. This could be because, while the others appear to have been corrupted by Lord Bagra, Lucemon is implied to be evil on his own due to having his own ambitions and motivations for working for Laylamon.
  • Light Is Not Good: He looks like an angel, but he's evil as they come.
  • Meaningful Name: He's named after Lucifer a.k.a The Father Of Lies, is it any wonder he's able to fool an entire zone into electing him leader.
  • Nightmare Face: That… expression on his face, shortly before his transformation into Satan Mode. It’s as empty as it is demented, and all you can see within his eyesockets and mouth is the exact same darkness he’s been engulfed in. It’s clear to see that, at that point, he was already long gone…
  • Olympus Mons: He's one of the Seven Demon Generals.
  • One-Winged Angel: Well, twelve actually if you want to get into specifics.
  • President Evil: After being elected leader of the Heaven Zone.
  • Smug Snake: Probably even moreso then the last one.
  • Vocal Dissonance: After transforming into Lucemon Satan Mode. Big, scary dragon demon with a voice that sounds like Waluigi or Zoidberg.


The Bagra commander in the Forest Zone. Under Tactimon's command he was sent to hunt down Taiki, and Xros Heart, but gets beaten easily by Kiriha and Nene.

Voiced by: Tetsu Inada (Japanese), Matthew Mercer (English)


A ferocious Digimon residing in the Digital space which was tamed by Bagramon.

  • Eyeless Face: The manga gives it his Mega level appearance.
  • Namedar: In a meta sense. Arkadimon was the name Neo gave the one he had, so either he accidentally got the species name right or people in Xros Wars's universe just so happened to give theirs the same name.
  • Olympus Mons: Very weak compared to his original portrayal in Digimon V-Tamer 01. That said, it is the only Digimon who had no trouble living in digital space and it eats data similar to Lucemon.
  • Villain Forgot to Level Grind: In the manga it was said to have rampaged through the domain of the gods but Duftmon had developed a vaccine against its most powerful attacks as a result of fighting it for hundreds of years.


A samurai Digimon who was able to take over the Shinobi Zone. He and his army was able to occupy the castle, and has strong lackeys like Shurimon and Gaioumon to back him up.

Voiced by: Takashi Nagasako (Japanese), Travis Willingham (English)

  • Back from the Dead: We don't see Musyamon himself among the Digimon fusing with Shoutmon into Shoutmon X7 Superior Mode, but we do see some of his minions, namely Shurimon, Kotemon, and Etemon. With their revival and purification from their deaths in the Warrior Zone arc, it is highly likely the same applies to Musyamon and the rest of his minions.


A very...odd-looking...Digimon who has a knack for sweets. He was able to take over Sweets Zone, sending its citizens underground while locking up the chefs to serve him delicious meals. He hosts an Iron Chef tournament to see who between WaruMonzaemon or Akari is the Sweets Master.

Voiced by: Hiroaki Hirata (Japanese), Matthew Mercer (English)

  • Absurdly Sharp Blade: His head, hands and feet are!
  • Back from the Dead: Obviously among those revived and purified by the Code Crown as in the final episode he is shown among the Digimon fusing with Shoutmon into Shoutmon X7 Superior Mode.
  • Gratuitous Spanish: Ole!
  • Lean and Mean: He's very skinny, but still evil.
  • Sweet Tooth: He took control of the Sweets Zone and imprisoned all of the chefs for his own use.


A large mechanical dragon Digimon buried beneath Sweets Zone. It was said that this Digimon was the one responsible for breaking the Digimon World into Zones, and had since then been depowered.

  • Gone Horribly Wrong: Once the human world was discovered the Bagra army's goal changed from taking over the Digital World to taking over everything that exists everywhere. Breakdramon was supposed to help them do this but it somehow ended with the two worlds on a collision course for each other.
  • Life Drinker: Uses the data from other Digimon to survive, particularly Cutemon's parents.
  • Noodle Incident: Exactly how it caused the Digital World's division is not explained.


A warrior Digimon who led a charge against the Sword Zone.

Voiced by: Ryotaro Okiayu (Japanese), Christopher Corey Smith (English)

  • Heroic Sacrifice: Used the last of his strength to pulverize the tower that prevented Xros Heart from leaving Sword Zone.
  • Redemption Equals Death: Saves Taiki from being blasted by Tactimon at the expense of his own life.
  • Tsundere: Is unable to accept his defeat and purification at first, but later sacrifices himself.

Alternative Title(s): Digimon Xros Wars Bagra Army


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