A list of Digimon at the Mega level and beyond.
All Digimon listed here are listed in alphabetical order, save for those that belong to special groups. Those Digimon are listed in individual folders on this page after the main listings. The tropes listed here pertain to how these Digimon are depicted in Bandai's profiles and across the broader Digimon canon, rather as they are in a single work.
Mega-level Digimon are referred to as Kyūkyokutai, or "Ultimate", in Japan, which naturally causes some confusion with the level the dub refers to as "Ultimate". The Mega level is the sixth and final stage of a Digimon's evolution, or "digivolution" cycle. Naturally, as those Digimon who reach the Mega level have to survive for very long periods of time in order to even reach this level, they are quite rare. However, there are some Digimon that are capable of evolving past the limitations of the Ultimate level and become even more powerful. Some of these are known as Chō Kyūkyokutai or "Super Ultimate" Digimon — the American equivalent for this term is known as "Ultra", which was used in Digimon World DS.
As the dub version is many times inconsistent, the Digimon covered here are listed by their Japanese names, with their English name(s) listed second. note
For Mega-level Digimon that belong to special groups, please go here.
- Oddly Common Rarity: Despite apparently being difficult for any Digimon to reach, there are over two hundred confirmed Mega-level Digimon. Averted in the case of the Super-Ultimate level, of which there are only four.
- Olympus Mons: Many Mega-level Digimon are based on gods and fulfill equivalent roles in the Digital World's cosmology, and nearly all of them have huge amounts of power. Those that are portrayed as exceptionally powerful and/or important to the nature of the Digital World are listed as this in their tropes entries.
- Person of Mass Destruction: Whether it's in most episodes of the anime, the manga, or even just Bandai's profiles, it's clear that a single Mega-level is capable of causing great amounts of destruction on their own.
- Serial Escalation: The Mega level being the "final" stage of evolution has repeatedly been superpassed, whether it's by mode changing, fusing, or simply gaining more and more power. Several of these are considered Super Ultimates/Ultra Digimon, while others are just considered more powerful Megas. Ironically, the Mega level itself was originally considered as surpassing the established evolution levels. Even now, a Digimon reaching this level naturally is — supposedly — quite rare.
A Cyborg Digimon born from the fusion of a Plesiomon with Seadramon-species data. It is said that its shining armor, made of a golden Chrome Digizoid alloy, will purify all evil. It is a member of the Crack Team, and is mainly in charge of analyzing information on the enemy and reconnaissance. It is also known as the brains of the Crack Team due to the fact that the analyzed information is quickly sent to the Crack Team deployed to its surroundings, giving them the advantage in combat situations. In addition, it conceals sufficient firepower to enable battalion-class annihilation warfare, even when acting alone. Its Special Moves are firing gigantic shots of water from both its arms (Power Water), shooting down an enemy it has locked onto with missiles launched from its deck (Blaze Power), and crushing the opponent with a water current spewed out from its mouth (Tera Hydro Breath). Also, it has "Shine Breaker", wherein it simultaneously fires a large quantity of missiles enough to cover the sky, and charges upon the enemy at its maximum output.
- Beyond the Impossible: Aegisdramon evolves from Plesiomon, who is already a Mega.
- Breath Weapon: It's Tera Hydro Breath attack.
- Converging-Stream Weapon: How "Shine Breaker" is described.
- Flying Seafood Special: An airborne cross between a plesiosaur and a sea serpent.
- Fusion Dance: Of Plesiomon and Seadramon-species data. In particular, it looks like it's part MetalSeadramon.
A Mega-level Mutant Digimon that evolved from Algomon. When the numerous eyes on the body open, they release a strong bombardment of cursed power. Naturally, it's the Mega form of the Ultimatenote -level Algomon.
- The Brute: Invoked in its "Brute Force" attack.
- Extra Eyes: Comes with being based on Argos Panoptes. See the previous trope for their locations.
- Eyes Do Not Belong There: On its shoulders, its knees, and its throat.
- Japanese Ranguage: Its Japanese name takes advantage of the "l" and "r" matter, and makes its name a dual reference to the word "algorithm" (it shares its premiere — the Digimon Savers movie — with a female character named Rhythm) as well as Argos Panoptes, the many-eyed monster of Greek Mythology.
- One Steve Limit: It has the same name as its pre-evolved (Ultimate) form, making it one of the few Digimon not to change its name entirely when it evolves.
- Plant Person: Just like its previous form.
- Punny Name: The Algo in Algomon is part of "Algorithm." It was originally meant to play off of another character introduced in the Digimon Savers movie, the Ambiguously Human Rhythm.
A God Man Digimon that guards and supervises the Dark Area, the area to which the data of all Digimon whose lifespans have ended or who have fallen in battle are ultimately transmitted. Anubimon constantly surveys the Dark Area for this data, and if a Digimon is evil, Anubimon will seal their data in eternal darkness. However, if a Digimon is good, Anubimon will reset their data as a Digi-Egg. Thus, Anubimon has the power to decide the rebirth of a digimon, and acts as the Digital World's judge.
- Everyone Hates Hades: Actually averted! That said, Belphemon's profile mentions that Digimon that are sealed in the Dark Area become the "flesh and blood of the Seven Great Demon Lords", and by all intents and purposes, it seems that Anubimon is the one putting them there; however, it's just doing its job, and nothing indicates Anubimon is their ally.
- Pyramid Power: The name of one of its attacks, which involves sealing its opponent in a pyramid of light.
A Bewitching Beast Digimon and the Mega form of Arkadimon, the "Super Ultimate" intended to be revived by Demon. It has evolved to this form by absorbing a great deal of evil energy. For data on Arkadimon's other forms, see the entries for Baby/In-Training, Rookie, Champion, and Ultimatenote Digimon.
- Arcadia: What it's named after. Given it was created specifically to be the partner of a character who believes in Utopia Justifies the Means, this falls into the realm of Meaningful Name.
- Good Wings, Evil Wings: Naturally has the demonic variety.
- Life Drain: "Dot Matrix", which converts the opponent's data into energy and uses it to heal itself.
- Morph Weapon: "Exile Spear", which is formed by forming the tentacles on its arm into a spear.
- One Steve Limit: All of Arkadimon's forms share the same name.
Arkadimon Super Ultimate
After evolving by absorbing energies of both good and evil and accessing the power of the "Digimental", Arkadimon finally truly becomes Arkadimon Super Ultimate. In this form, it is able to destroy large areas and defeat entire armies.
A Super-Ultimate Digimon that was born when Diablomon's babies fused in large quantities and caused a mutation. Though Diablomon could copy and reproduce itself, these copies' abilities were less than that of Diablomon itself. However, by producing large amounts of babies and fusing them into one being, it was able to create even greater power than its original form. Like with other "Diablomon-species", Armagemon is not affiliated with light or darkness.
- Big Creepy-Crawlies: It carries the Diablomon line's "arthropod" theme.
- Facial Horror: It has no lips.
- Fusion Dance: The Fusion Dance of many, many, many Kuramon.
- Olympus Mons: Referred to as a "Super Ultimate" in its profile. Bonus points for being the evolution of Diablomon, who was the incarnation of the Y2K bug and an Olympus Mon in its own right.
- Macross Missile Massacre: "Black Rain", which involves firing energy-shells from its back like missiles.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: It's named after Armageddon. As in the end of the world. Yeah.
The desire for revenge of a Digimon defeated by Magna Kidmon ran wild, and as a result of the Minus Mind Data applying an overload to its Digi Core, the form of the defeated Digimon underwent a mutation-like transformation. In order to vent its raging fury at its form becoming so similar to that of the opponent it should defeat, it has forgotten even the goal of defeating Magna Kidmon that was its dream, and continuously sabotages it.
- Motive Decay: It's so full of anger that it ends sabotaging its own attempts at getting revenge.
- The Rival: To MagnuKidmon; its resentment at being defeated by the latter fueled its transformation into what it is now.
- Roaring Rampageof Revenge- It used to be a Digimon that was defeated by MagnuKidmon and as a result of a mutation, it took on a form similar to it's enemy.
An Ancient Digimon that resembles an old woman. It is said that it was once a Rosemon until a curse was put upon it, but no one knows for sure. One swing from the broom it holds erases viruses.
- Amulet of Concentrated Awesome: Has a Tifaret, just like Rosemon.
- Blinding Bangs: Her hair completely obscures her eyes.
- Distaff Counterpart: To Jijimon, another Ultra Digimon that resembles a little old man.
- Flying Broomstick: Her Broomstick Quarterstaff doubles as this in Digimon Tamers.
- Glasgow Grin: Like Wizarmon and Meramon, Babamon's mouth is stiched.
- I Was Quite a Looker: When/if it actually was a Rosemon.
- Pint-Sized Powerhouse: She's a Mega, and about the same size as a Rookie.
- Power Gem: The jewel at her throat is a Tiferet, which are supposed to grant Rosemon eternal beauty and great power.
- Punished with Ugly: A Rosemon that was supposedly cursed into the form of an old woman. However, it's unknown if Babamon sees this as a punishment or not.
- Spell My Name with an "S": The only real explanation for how Bandai of America could have gotten "Embrace Haze" from "Empress Haze" for her initial dub attack.
- Stealth Pun: Its broom erases viruses. Babamon is literally cleaning up, in computer terms.
A Demon Lord Digimon that is said to be Vamdemon's final form. Unlike VenomVamdemon, which lost its intelligence in its pursuit of greater power, BelialVamdemon succeeded in surpassing it by harmonizing its intelligence with its other aspects. Its personality is inhumanly cruel, and it will do anything in order to achieve its desires. The living two weapons on its left and right shoulders are known as "Sodom" and "Gomorrah", and they leech power from BelialVamdemon.
- Bowdlerize: It's named "MaloMyotismon" in the dub, removing all reference to the demon Belial. Fans generally agree that it's not a very good name.
- Bloody Murder: "Melting Blood" evokes the corrosive variety, being a red mist that's essentially vomited from Sodom and Gomorrah.
- Demon Lords and Archdevils: Named for Belial, a high-ranking demon, and classified as a "Demon Lord" digimon.
- Extra Eyes: Three each on Sodom and Gomorrah; Sodom has blue eyes while Gomorrah has red.
- Fog of Doom: "Pandæmonium" releases this.
- Living Weapon: Sodom and Gomorrah.
- Lotus-Eater Machine: "Mental Illusion" traps its enemy in one of these.
- Religious and Mythological Theme Naming: Its two living cannons, "Sodom" and "Gomorrah", which are named for the two cities of wicked people in Genesis.
- Rule of Symbolism: BelialVamdemon has black and white Yin and Yang-style symbols all over its body, possibly to suggest the balance between power and intelligence it has (and VenomVamdemon lacks).
- Shoulder Cannon: Has two living ones that drain its strength to power themselves.
- The Symbiote: "Sodom" and "Gomorrah" are living beings that attach to and leech off of BelialVamdemon.
- Unholy Nuke: "Pandemonium Flame", which according to Barbamon's profile, draws power from the Dark Area. However, unlike Barbamon's "Pandemonium Lost" attack, BelialVamdemon is only capable of drawing one fraction of these energies.
- With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: Notably averted, in contrast to VenomVamdemon.
A virus attribute MetalGarurumon whose entire body is armed with cold-based weapons. It has a fersome personality, in that once the Laser Sights on its body lock onto its prey, it will pursue them relentlessly and bombard them with missiles regardless of whether they are friend or foe.
Tropes unique to BlackMetalGarurumon are listed here. For tropes that it shares with MetalGarurumon, please see its own entry below.
- Breath Weapon: "Cocytus Breath" and "Fire Wolf Claw".
- Canon Name: Sometimes referred to as BlackMetalGarurumon, and other times referred to simply as a viral MetalGarurumon. They seemed to have settled upon BlackMetalGarurumon in recent years, however.
- Evil Counterpart: To MetalGarurumon, just as BlackWarGreymon is to WarGreymon.
- Palette Swap: A black recolor of the blue-and-white MetalGarurumon.
- Playing with Fire and An Ice Person: Unlike MetalGarurumon, BlackMetalGarurumon has both of these covered, with "Cocytus Breath" and the usual plethora of ice-based weaponry for ice, and "Fire Wolf Claw" to cover fire.
- Red and Black and Evil All Over
An Assault-Landing type version of SaintGalgomon that invades hostile areas. Like the normal MegaGargomon, it is equipped with weaponry all over its body. Though it is slow, it can attack in multiple directions without firing a shot.
Tropes unique to BlackSaintGalgomon are listed here. For tropes that it shares with SaintGalgomon, please see its own entry below.
- Environment-Specific Action Figure: Its profile differentiates it from SaintGalgomon by describing it as a version designed for "Assault Landing" in hostile areas.
A Fallen Angel Digimon that was created when Seraphimon's Digicode was combined with that of Mercuremon. BlackSeraphimon appears in this exact role in Digimon Frontier. Since then, it has appeared in more recent Digimon productions as an Evil Counterpart to Seraphimon. For the other BlackSeraphimon, look at the list of tropes immediately below these.
- Creepy Cool Crosses: The diagonally-arranged cross on its chest is symbolic of it being a corrupted version of Seraphimon.
- Energy Ball: "Seven Hells" involves firing these, just like Seraphimon's "Seven Heavens".
- Evil Counterpart: To, of course, Seraphimon.
- Fallen Angel: Classified as one. It's notable in that he's the only "Fallen Angel" version of one of the Three Great Angels that isn't portrayed as one of the angels themselves going crazy, unlike Cherubimon Vice and Ofanimon Falldown Mode. Yet anyway.
- Good Wings, Evil Wings: Demonic bat-wings, in contrast to Seraphimon's angelic-looking wings
- Mon in White: A case where its white color contrasts its villainous nature.
- Non-Indicative Name: He's not actually black-colored at all.
- One Steve Limit: Once again, see the other BlackSeraphimon below.
- Rule of Seven: Just like Seraphimon's "Seven Heavens", he's hot "Seven Hells".
- Unholy Nuke: Its most powerful attack is called Seven Hells.
BlackSeraphimon (Digimon World 3)
Another digimon named BlackSeraphimon, this digimon is a black-colored version of Seraphimon that appears in Digimon World 3. Since then, it hasn't appeared again.
Tropes unique to BlackSeraphimon are listed here. For tropes that it shares with Seraphimon, please see its own entry on the page for special groups.
- Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Seems to have been forgotten and replaced with the Digimon Frontier version in the years since Digimon World 3.
- Dark Is Not Evil: It'll attack you in Digimon World 3 for trespassing, but upon defeat, it will reveal that it was actually a Secret Test of Character. Notably, he's one of the few "Black(Insert name here)mon" that is not characterized as an Evil Counterpart or more violent version of the digimon it's based on.
- Palette Swap: Save for the DigiLetters on its breechcloth (see Shout-Out) below.
- Red and Black and Evil All Over: Visually only; see "Dark Is Not Evil" above.
- Shout-Out: The DigiLetters on its breechcloth, which are different from Seraphimon's, correspond to the Japanese words "Subete / ware to to", which are part of a quote associated with Sephiroth of Final Fantasy VII fame. The full quote is "Subete wa ware to tomoni", or "All Will Become One With Me".
A Dragon Man Digimon feared as the "jet black Dragon Warrior", BlackWarGreymon is a Virus-species WarGreymon. Though its creed and principles are the polar opposite of its Vaccine counterpart, it lives by its own warped code of justice. BlackWarGreymon detests cowardice and foul play, and won't consider vulgar digimon its comrades even if they are both Virus-species. The details of how it converted to a virus are a mystery, and the Brave Shield on its back is missing the Crest of Courage.
BlackWarGreymon appears as a major character in Digimon Adventure 02, as an artificial Digimon created from Black Towers.
Tropes unique to BlackWarGreymon are listed here. For tropes that it shares with WarGreymon, please see its own entry below.
- Anti-Hero: Described as following its own "warped" code of justice, similar to BantyoLeomon.
- Canon Name:
- Much like BlackMetalGarurumon above, Bandai would often waffle between calling this guy BlackWarGreymon or just considering it a virus version of WarGreymon. The D-3 digivice toy, video games, and the anime generally went with the former, and the card game went with the latter. Much like with BlackMetalGarurumon, this has mostly fallen by the wayside, and he's universally called BlackWarGreymon now.
- This also aso applies to its signature move. Beforehand, the attack was simply called "Gaia Force", but more recently, it's been given the moniker of "Ankoku no Gaia Force" to differentiate it. Amusingly, the dub had always been doing this (except in the cases of Inconsistent Dub) by calling it "Terra Destroyer".
- Even Evil Has Standards: Not evil per se, but it hates vulgar digimon, unfairness, and foul play.
- Evil Counterpart: Downplayed. While it is the exact opposite of the noble WarGreymon, it's not outright evil, even having its own code of justice.
- My Species Doth Protest Too Much: Won't associate with other Virus-species digimon if it doesn't care for their behavior.
- Noble Demon: A possible interpretation of its "warped" code of justice.
- Palette Swap: Oh come on, who do you think ir's a recolor of?
- The Power of Hate: "Ankoku no Gaia Force" involves it amassing the negative emotions of the world and forming it into the attack, as opposed to WarGreymon, who gathers ambient energy from the atmosphere.
- Red and Black and Evil All Over: BlackWarGreymon doesn't have any red on its body, but it does come into play when it uses its own version of "Gaia Force", which is colored red.
- The Red Baron: Called the "jet black Dragon Warrior" in its profile.
- Tornado Move: "Black Storm Tornado".
BlackWarGreymon also has a form when affected by the X-Antibody, which appears in Digimon World Re:Digitize as the partner of Yuuya Kuuga.
- Elemental Absorption: This is just speculation, but given the normal WarGreymon X-Antibody has Poseidon Force, which draws from water, it stands to reason that "Hades Force" is similar, only involving the ground.
- Jet Pack: Shown to have this in its official Bandai art, as opposed to its heroic counterpart, who just floats around.
- Power Crystal: Has these, just like the Vaccine version. These ones are red.
An ultimate form of Greymon-species Digimon, it is a subspecies of WarGreymon armed with electric-powered weapons. It reinforces its heavyweight grappling with electricity, striking with the "Plasma Stakes" on both arms, which send electric current flowing into even the sturdiest of structures and destroying them from within. It is capable of rotating the "Thunder Verniers" on its back to face forward, from which it fires electricity, or using them while faced backwards to propel it forward.
A Cyborg Digimon which was created at the same time as Andromon. However, unlike the mechanically-based Andromon, Boltmon is organic-based and possesses emotions. Though its power was greater than Andromon's, it was difficult to control and ran wild, and so was left to oblivion in the darkness. Because its own existence was denied, Boltmon wanders about, wrapped up in its own sorrow.
- An Axe to Grind: Its Battle Tomahawk.
- Cyborg: Boltmon was created alongside Andromon as a prototype for cyborg Digimon. Unlike Andromon, who is chiefly mechanical with a few organic components, Boltmon is chiefly organic with a few technical enhancements.
- Dark Is Not Evil: Boltmon's profile makes no mention of it being evil, just that it was hard co control, ending up abandoned as a result.
- Fiery Red Head: It has both red hair and is prone to going berserk.
- Frankenstein's Monster: It has the look of the Universal Studios version of the monster, and the back-story of the original novel's version of the monster.
- Meta Plot: Has long been known to have a relationship with Andromon in the franchise. Good luck finding an adaptation featuring either one that cares.
A gigantic Machine Dragon Digimon that was said to have been created to destroy everything on the ground. When it evolved, it succeeded, through hacking, in obtaining the design data for various kinds of construction equipment. It has power and ability surpassing that of other Machine Digimon, but in acquiring excellent mechanical performance, its organic parts were nearly reduced to zero, and its motives and emotions were therefore lost. For this reason, it does not concern itself when it suffers damage, and it is feared as the ultimate dragon of destruction that will continue destroying things until its body rusts away. It attacks using its gigantic shovel arms and the drills upon its back. After Breakdramon passes, not even the question of "What?" is left behind.
- Animal Mecha: A massive robotic dragon that doubles as living construction equipment.
- Combat Tentacles: How it extends and attacks with its various drills.
- Fusion Dance: Breakdramon is one of the two Digimon who combine into Royal Knight Examon, with Slayerdramon opposite. Interestingly, Breakdramon and Slayerdramon are both the Megas at the end of Dracomon's branching evolutionary lines.
- Japanese Ranguage: The only possible source "Infinity Bowling" could have come from. Come on, Bandai of America, get it together!
- Loss of Identity: It lost its emotions when it became fully mechanized.
- Major Injury Under Reaction: Its profile states that it won't stop wreaking destruction without concern to how injured it may be.
- Meteor Move: How "Gravity Press" is described as working.
- Shovel Strike: "Destroyed Rush", which involves attacking with its steamshovel arms.
- This Is a Drill: On its back and nose, and used in its "Infinity Boring" attack.
- The Undead: This only applies to its portrayal in Digimon Xros Wars.
A variation of Breakdramon called GigaBreakdramon appears in Digimon Xros Wars: The Young Hunters Leaping Through Time modified to be controlled manually. Aside from being constructed artificially, it appears to be functionally identical to Breakdramon itself. It has no level but since it is just a modified Breakdramon it can be listed here.
- Humongous Mecha: Again, it's an artificial digimon.
- Debut: Digimon Pendulum 20th anniversary version
A Mega-level Legends-Arms shield Digimon. Its entire body is composed of shields and has taken the form of a dragon. By attaining the data of "legendary shields" from legends and video games, it evolved to become a shield boasting absolute hardness, one that cannot be scratched by any attack. While appearance-wise it would appear to be made out of red digizoid, the true extent of its hardness cannot be analysed. Bryweludramon has two standalone AI units, Gause and Fay, which allow it to see in all directions. Gause and Fay also possess barriers made from flames, and are able to extend the scope of their barriers to cover even Brweludramon. Because Gause and Fay are capable of acting independently of Bryweludramon, no matter how far-separated they are, it is said they are even capable of covering the entire world with their barriers. Although Bryweludramon may be the strongest shield, it seems that its barriers have been broken and bested before by its nemesis Durandamon.
- Archenemy: Considers Durandamon its nemesis. Fittingly, they personify opposite concepts.
- Barrier Warrior: Can create barriers of fire, which it uses when performing a Foe-Tossing Charge.
- Chekhov's Gunman: Durandamon's profile, released before Bryweludramon's, mentioned that only the strongest shield Digimon could withstand it. Bryweludramon is that Digimon.
- Drone Deployer: Has two mobile AI units named Gause and Fey.
- Foe-Tossing Charge: Its Blast Smash attack involves it performing one while encased in a barrier of fire.
- Equippable Ally: Like all Legends-Arm Digimon, it turns into a weapon someone else can wield. In this case, a shield.
- Our Dragons Are Different: It's made entirely out of shields and fire.
- Playing with Fire: It rounds out the Fire, Ice, Lightning theme that its previous two evolutions started by creating barriers of flame.
- Shout-Out: To Pryden, the shield of King Arthur.
- Wreathed in Flames: It's capable of wrapping itself in Gause and Fay's flame barriers, as seen in its official artword then charging the enemy.
A Synthetic Beast Digimon that resembles a bear and was created when Arkadimon's data was combined with a Gryzmon. Callismon appears in Digimon V-Tamer 01 as one of the servants of Saiba Neo.
- Arm Cannon: Used to fire its "Rodeo Bullet" attack.
- Badass Bandolier: It wears two across its chest.
- Bio-Augmentation: Created by augmenting a Gryzmon with Arcadimon's data.
- Dishing Out Dirt: In later incarnations, "Deep Forest" creates earthquakes, followed by fissures that erupt outward.
A Cyborg Digimon with powerful long-range cannons and defenses akin to an impregnable fortress. Though it can cut down approaching enemies with its tail, it is poor at close quarters combat.
Cannondramon appears in Digimon World 3 as the Mega form of Koemon.
- Beware My Stinger Tail: Can attack with its tail when push comes to shove.
- Chest Blaster: One of its cannons is on its chest.
- Dinosaurs Are Dragons: It's a dramon-type Digimon, despite otherwise simply being a sauropod spliced with a tank.
- The Last of These Is Not Like the Others: More like none of these are like the others. Koemon goes from a monkey, to a pirate (Hookmon), to a cybernetic centaur (Assaultmon), to a cybernetic dragon armed with weapons. It's the most esoteric evolution chain in Digimon bar none.
- Long-Range Fighter: Specifically designed for long range combat, poor at up-close-and-personal battling.
- More Dakka: "Grenade Storm" fires its various munitions.
- Our Dragons Are Different: A "Dramon"-type digimon, which in this case means a cyborg sauropod dinosaur with twin cannons grafted to its back.
- Shoulder Cannon: The three long-range cannons on its back.
- Wave Motion Gun: "Dyna Cannon", whereupon it fires off all three of the cannons on its back.
Mugendramon, who was constructed using components from many Cyborg digimon, exhibited unimaginable destructive power. Considering the experiment a success, further enhancements were made to a Mugendramon in order to further improve it, resulting in Chaosdramon. Possessing a crimson red body comprised entirely of "Red Digizoid", its armor is super hard and deflects every attack. Intent on destroying everything, its Digicore automatically enacts improvements in order to make Chaosdramon more destructive. It is also the Digimon that the leader of the mysterious "Crack Team" deploys as its agent.
Chaosdramon appears as one of Barbamon's underlings in Digimon Next.
- Arm Cannon: "Destroyed Hook" involves a missile fired from its right hand.
- BFG: Two, just like Mugendramon.
- Evolving Weapon: Chaosdramon's Digicore enacts improvements to Chaosdramon's body, making it even more deadly.
- Law of Chromatic Superiority: It's red, it's superior to Mugendramon, and it's covered in the super-hard Red Digizoid.
- Mythology Gag: It's based on "[[Chaos Lord" from Digimon World 2.
- Olympus Mons: Implied. Mugendramon was one of the Dark Masters, and Chaosdramon is a superior version of it.
- Our Dragons Are Different: Like Mugendramon before it, a "-Dramon" type digimon.
- Plague Master: "Destroyed Hook" injects a virus into its victim.
- Super Prototype: Averted in its relationship to Mugendramon. Mugendramon was the previous model, but Chaosdramon is the clear improvement.
- Tron Lines: On its unarmored portions.
- Unobtanium: It goes a bit further beyond just being covered in Chrome Digizoid: its armor is Red Digizoid, which boasts superior defensive power and hardness.
- Up to Eleven: Chaosdramon is everything Mugendramon is up to eleven, but "Hyper Mugen Cannon" is an improved, "super dreadnought-class" version of Mugendramon's standard attack.
- Wave Motion Gun: "Hyper Mugen Cannon".
Although it exhibits several times the power and firepower compared to its fellow Mega Megadramon, it is difficult to handle due to it being destructive and autonomous, so it chooses its user.
- Arm Cannon: On its right arm.
- BFG: Its Shoulder Cannons are even bigger than the standard variety's.
- Chainsaw Good: Its right arm appears to have chainsaw blades mounted around its Arm Cannon.
- Submachine Guns: A smaller one under the claws of its left arm.
- No Range Like Point-Blank Range: Its "[[Names to Run Away from Really Fast Genocide Attack" has it grab the enemy, then blast them with missiles. Its Red Digizoid body is what allows it to walk away from this unharmed.
In normal situations, when two Digimon jogress, two Digicores are fused into one and the two components are reborn as one Digimon. However, Chaosmon retains the two separate Digicores of the Digimon that comprise it, and thus exists in an incomplete state. Thus, Chaosmon is the codename for Digimon that "should not exist", and according to the "Central Dogma" of the Digital World, are "impossible singularities", or "bugs". Due to Chaosmon's unstable existence, its lifespan is very brief, and it is conjectured that this is due to the running of a program that eliminates bugs that was released by the Digital World's management system. The "standard" form of Chaosmon seems to be the result of a jogress between BantyoLeomon and Darkdramon, the faces of which are both visible on its arms.
- And Show It to You: Not a threat or inflicted upon it by others, but a consequence of its very nature; its two separate Digicores are visible on its shoulders.
- Arm Cannon: The "Gigastick Cannon" on its "Darkdra Arm" (the left one) fires off its own charged cells as an energy blast to perform its "Dark Prominence" attack.
- Badass Longcoat: It has a white colored one with an impressive set of coattails in addition to its many scarves and ribbons.
- Blade Below the Shoulder: Its "BAN-TYO Blade", like Omegamon's Grey Sword, deploys from the "Bantyo Blade" on its right arm.
- Body Horror: Omegamon has what looks like stylized, transformed versions of MetalGreymon and WarGreymon's heads for "hands", while Chaosmon's "Bantyo Arm" and "Darkdra Arm" more or less look like Darkdramon and BantyoLeomon's severed heads.
- Came Back Wrong: A variation; Digimon that jogress end up being reborn as a fused being. Chaosmon not only didn't jogress properly, it came into being as a living glitch destined to be deleted by the Digital World's defense mechanism.
- Cool Sword: The "BAN-TYO Blade", used to perform "Haou Ryoudanken", a decisive, "invincible" sword stroke.
- Evil Counterpart: More or less this to Omegamon; it's formed from the combination of two Digimon, and one of its components comprises a sword while another provides a cannon. Chaosmon is even more or less a Mirror Match to Omegamon, with the latter's sword arm and cannon arm being on opposite sides from the latter's. That said, it does follow Omegamon's pattern of a beast-based digimon forming the right arm and a dragon-based digimon forming the left, just with the weapons themselves reversed.
- Fusion Dance: The product of one between BantyoLeomon and Darkdramon.
- Game-Breaking Bug: Once again, one of these in-universe.
- Lean and Mean: Much more thin and lithe looking than Omegamon.
- Merging Mistake: It is a failed fusion between MantyoLeomon and Darkdramon which, while looking like a complete being, is basically a living glitch.
- Olympus Mons: Status inherited from BantyoLeomon if not Darkdramon.
- Opposites Attract: Darkdramon's profile alludes to it and BantyoLeomon being bitter enemies. No wonder their fusion turned out so fundamentally wrong it literally broke the law of the Digital World.
- Pixellation: Not used for censorship purposes, in this case, but rather used on several of Chaosmon's extremities in order to better reflect its nature as a living programming glitch.
- Power Crystal: Has several, on its hips, chest, and head crest.
- Reality-Breaking Paradox: Chaosmon is itself the living embodiment of dividing by zero, a walking talking "bug". Its existence is supposed to be impossible, and the Digital World itself has to correct it by deleting Chaosmon from the system. As shown by UltimateChaosmon, what began with Chaosmon can get much, much worse.
- Scarf Of Asskicking: Its body is wrapped in numerous scarves and ribbons.
- Yin-Yang Bomb: Its End of Paradox attack shoots beams of both light and darkness.
Chaosmon: Valdur Arm
Chaosmon: Valdur Arm is another type of Chaosmon that is believed to have been born from the Jogress of BantyoLeomon and Valdurmon. Naturally, Valdurmon's face can be observed on its left arm instead of Darkdramon's, forming the "Valdur Arm", in addition to several sets of wings as well.
- Arm Cannon: The "Valdur Arm" more or less fills the same function as the "Darkdra Arm".
- Holy Hand Grenade: As the "Valdur Arm" comes from a Holy-species digimon like Valdurmon, its "Aurora Blaster" is a purifying energy blast.
- Light Is Not Good: Being half comprised of Valdurmon and wielding holy powers doesn't make Chaosmon any less dangerous and destructive.
Chronomon Holy Mode
A giant bird-like Digimon with holy powers.
- Olympus Mons: Chronomon was one of the strongest Digimon in the game it was introduced in.
Chronomon Destroy Mode
A corrupted version of Chronomon, now armed with massive laser cannons on its shoulders.
ClavisAngemon is a Virtue-Type Digimon aligned with the Three Great Angels, it rules over Dominimon and has equal power to SlashAngemon, who is also an Ultimate. It fights using the key-shaped weapon in its hand, and its purpose is guarding the Zenith Gate, which is sealed with 360,000 doors and leads to the "Zenith of the Digital World".
- Big Good: Rules over its fellow angelic digimon, Dominimon, and is one of the allies of the Three Great Angels.
- Celestial Bureaucracy: A Virtue-Type digimon, referring to one of the several different heavenly choirs of angels. Invoked in the Digimon mythos by making it below the Three Great Angels, equal to SlashAngemon, and above Dominimon.
- Cool Gate: The guardian of one, anyway.
- Eye-Obscuring Hat: Its helmet completelt covers its eyes.
- Gold and White Are Divine: Its armor is white with gold designs on it.
- Gratuitous Latin: "Clavis" is Latin for "Key".
- Improbable Weapon User: Its weapon is an enormous key. Sounds familiar.
The final form of Garurumon, it is a subspecies of MetalGarurumon that has taken on a humanoid form, unlike the other final form Z'dGarurumon. It is clad in golden Chrondigizoit armour capable of deflecting attacks, and excels in swordplay using its weapon "Kiju Engetsutou" (Golden Beast Crescent Blade).
A Giant Bird and Cyborg Digimon whose body is covered in Chrondigizoit, which makes it impervious to attack. It is said to be the evolved form of the Perfect-level digimon Parrotmon, and its purpose is to eliminate invaders who enter the Digital World.
- Bowdlerize: Its name was changed to Eaglemon in the West, most likely to avoid references to the crucifixtion... despite its name being a reference to "crossing" from one world to the next. Likewise, the US version of the D-Terminal referred to its "Kaiser Phoenix" attack as "Phoenix Claw", presumably because All Germans Are Nazis.
- Frickin' Laser Beams: "Mystic Break", a white-hot ray that reduces its opponents to ash.
- Guardian of the Multiverse: Destroys anyone that invades the Digital World.
- Irony: It's the evolved form of Parrotmon. Parrotmon is notorious for causing trouble in the Human World, while it's Crossmon's job to eliminate those who invade the Digital World.
A Cyborg Digimon that is believed to be the weapon-of-last-resort for the mechanized D-Brigade. Though this is technically only a rumor that stubbornly refuses to fully come to light, it is widely believed that Darkdramon was originally a Tankdramon that was shot down during the pursuit of the target known as "CODENAME: BAN-TYO". It was supposedly retrieved, modified, and evolved into Darkdramon at a D-Brigade research facility by infusing it with a large amount of "dark matter". As a result, it went wild and broke out, and thus not even the D-Brigade know its exact wherabouts. It is believed to currently be hunting down "CODENAME: BAN-TYO" even now. Darkdramon's weapon is the "Giga Stick Lance" equipped onto its right arm, the power of which even rivals that of Dukemon's holy lance, Gram.
- Arch-Nemesis: To CODENAME: BAN-TYO. Darkdramon premiered at the same time as the first of the Bantyo Digimon, BantyoLeomon.
- Casting a Shadow: "Dark Roar", which fires off a large sphere of Dark Matter.
- The Corruption: Dark Matter, here.
- Dark Is Evil: It's a rampaging beast created from an experiment Gone Horribly Right.
- Evil Counterpart: Its profile makes the Giga Stick Lance this to Dukemon's lance, Gram.
- Gone Horribly Right: Its reconstruction went a bit too well for the D-Brigade. And as Chaosmon shows, it eventually found BantyoLeomon alright.
An Undead Digimon and the form of the "Prototype Digimon" of the "Doru series" that achieved evolution through "Death X Evolution" via experiments that aimed at even further evolution. Because it requires the Digi-Core of other Digimon to survive, it has earned the title of "the Digi-Core Predator". By continuing to devour Digi-Cores, it can continue to move despite technically being "dead". However, it has a massive amount of Digi-Core data inside its body as a result, and can barely remain active without restraints.
Tropes unique to Death-X-Dorugoramon are listed here. For tropes that it shares with Dorugoramon, please see its own entry below.
- Beware My Stinger Tail: Replaces the blade of Dorugoramon's tail with a sphere-shaped cage holding what looks like some kind of mysterious data inside it.
- Evil Counterpart: To Dorugoramon and Alphamon.
- Good Wings, Evil Wings: Trades Dorugoramon's Razor Wings for red and black demonic ones.
- Never Say "Die": As shown in its dub name, "Dex"-Dorugoramon.
- Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: It's an undead zombie cybernetic dragon.
- Our Zombies Are Different: Definitely meant to be zombie-like, considering it feeds on other Digimons' Digi-Cores.
- Palette Swap: Averted. Though obviously based on Dorugoramon, it has a number of different features and details in addition to different colors.
An Undead Digimon. Despite its name, Death-X-Mon has no Digicore and thus, cannot truly be called a Digimon. It also has no physical form despite appearing solid. If it detects a Digimon, it will absorb it into its body and perpetually disassemble it in a perpetually repeating set of processes known as "Process F" and "Process O". Though it is a simple program, it is thought that there is no potential way of defeating it. If there are no Digi-Cores nearby, it will go into stasis, but as long as Digi-Cores are present, it will never cease.
- The Assimilator: The end result of its "Process F" and "Process O" attacks.
- Came Back Wrong: The poster boy of Death-X-Evolution.
- Eldritch Abomination: A formless Undead being that can't even technically be referred to as a Digimon that absorbs its own kind. Yep, definitely qualifies.
- Evil Counterpart: If Death-X-Dorugoramon is one to Alphamon, Death-X-Mon can be considered one to Alphamon Ouryuken.
- Good Wings, Evil Wings: Has Death-X-Dorugoramon's demonic-looking wings.
- Never Say "Die": Same as the other "Death-X" digimon.
- You Cannot Grasp the True Form: More like You Cannot Attack the True Form. Death-X-Mon is more a sentient program than a physical entity. Of course, this didn't apply to its sole animated appearance.
A Demon Lord Digimon Digimon who was once a high-ranking Angel Digimon before falling to the Dark Area. However, despite this fact, it is different from others of its kind in that it does not pursue evil to its utmost and instead prefers to watch and maintain a position of neutrality. Despite this, it is a terrifying Digimon, and it is believed that at the time of the final battle, its body will turn jet-black and Deathmon will become a God of Destruction.
- Extra Eyes: Has an extra eye on each hand.
- Eye Beams: "Explosion Eye" is fired from its main eye.
- Eyes Do Not Belong There: Has two on its hands in addition to its cycloptic eye.
- Fallen Angel: Described as such in its profile. Unlike Demon and Lilithmon, it is unknown what Digimon it originally was.
- Good Wings, Evil Wings: Has a pair of red, torn bat wings.
- Hand Blast: "Death Arrow" is an arrow of energy fired from one of the eyes on its hands.
- Our Demons Are Different: As a monstrous cyclops with eyes on its hands, a backward swept horn, and bat wings, it's by far one of the stranger demons in the Digimon canon.
- Neutral Evil: Stated to be as such in-universe in its profile.
- Never Say "Die": In its dub name and the initial dub name for "Death Arrow".
- Paint It Black: As stated in its profile, its skin turns black when assuming its "god of destruction" form. This also causes it to transform from a Data to a Virus Digimon.
- Unwitting Pawn: Barbamon's profile states that Deathmon is this to Barbamon.
Said to be the true form of Digitamamon, Devitamamon is a Mutant Digimon with all the evil in the Digital World stuffed inside its body. For that reason, it is referred to as "Pandora's Box".
- Eyes Do Not Belongthere: A whole bunch of them all along its muzzle.
- Fog of Doom: "Black Death Cloud".
- Good Lips, Evil Jaws: Its vicious, crocodile-like maw drive home the point that he's much less "funny-looking" than Digitamamon.
- Good Wings, Evil Wings: Devitamamon has a pair, though they look too small to fly.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: Supposedly "all the Digital World's evil", hence the comparison to Pandora's Box.
- Spikes of Villainy: On its arms.
- Stealth Pun: Devitamamon is a bad egg.
A Digimon whose Type and Attribute are both "Unknown". It repeatedly attempts to absorb all the data on the Network in order to evolve and grow stronger, and has thus brought the Digital World to the brink of destruction. A Diablomon that has absorbed a great deal of data believes itself to be an all-knowing and all-powertful being, and it takes pleasure in destruction and slaughter. When this Digimon congregates in large numbers, their motivation becomes clear: they desire to hijack a military satellite in order to destroy the Real World with a nuclear strike.
- Added Alliterative Appeal: Its "Catastrophe Cannon" attack, as well as its "Cable Crusher" and "Web Wrecker" attacks in the dub.
- A God Am I: Starts seeing itself this way once it devours enough data.
- Big Eater: Diablomon chow down on the network.
- Chest Blaster: Its "Catastophe Cannon" is fired from its chest.
- Creepily Long Arms: Has long, cable-like arms that can grow longer to hit things at a distance.
- Femme Fatalons: It has a large set of them.
- Lean and Mean: A thin, stringy spider monster that wants to destroy both worlds.
- Monster Progenitor: Produces millions of Kuramon, as stated in Armagemon's profile.
- Name's the Same: In-universe example. It has an attack called "Paradise Lost", just like Lucemon Falldown Mode.
- Nuke 'em: It's "raisen d'être" is to do this to the Real World.
- Omnicidal Maniac: Gunning for the destruction of the Real and Digital Worlds.
- Rubber Man: Extends its arms like massive cables when using its "Tentacle Bug" attack, as well as "Virus Download".
- Shoulders of Doom: Its shoulders are a pair of long blue spikes.
- Sphere of Destruction: Its "System Fail" technique.
- Spikes of Villainy: A row of them down its back. It uses them in its "Page Fault" technique.
A carnivorous digimon with strength far beyond that of other Dinosaur Digimon that is known as "The King of Terror". It shows unequaled ferociousness in battle, and slays its prey with its jaws and talons, which are almost as long as its body. Its exceedingly brutal manner lends well to battles where the weak are food for the strong, and it is for that reason it is called "King". Due to fighting between different Dinorexmon, the species' numbers are very small.
- Absurdly Sharp Claws: Which it uses in its "Splatter Hunting" technique. Its primary claws are as nearly as long as its body!
- Dinosaurs Are Dragons: "Ogre Flame" is a fire-breathing attack that fires explosive, magma-like grenades that melt the opponent on contact.
- Endangered Species: A self made one, due to most Dinorexmon killing each other.
- Mix-and-Match Critters: A combination of two Stock Dinosaurs, Tyrannosaurus rex and raptors.
- Raptor Attack: It has the Hollywood raptor's popular portrayal as a vicious killing machine and an extremely exaggerated version of their raised foot claws.
- The Red Baron: It's called the "King of Terror".
- Tyrannosaurus rex: Evoked in its name and title, "The King of Terror", and its stocky and powerful build.
An Ancient Beast Digimon that evolved from a small percentage of SaberLeomon that managed to avoid succumbing to their injuries and becoming food by absorbing minerals from the earth and strengthening their bodies. While its movements are much slower than SaberLeomon's, its strength and body size are far greater. It uses its sword-like fangs to bring down opponents with thick armor or hides, and is feared by other digimon for its bravery and wild predatory instincts.
- Absurdly Sharp Claws: Which it uses in "Ground Fang", an attack in which it tears its opponent apart while holding it down.
- Death from Above: "Highland Fang", which involves cutting its foes with its fangs while leaping down from above.
- Extra-ore-dinary: Evolved from SaberLeomon by absorbing minerals from the earth.
- Gameplay and Story Segregation: Despite its profile mentioning it, no virtual pet, card, or other Digimon-related media depicts Dinotigemon evolving from SaberLeomon.
- King of Beasts: Despite being named after a tiger, it has a lion-like mane and evolves from SaberLeomon.
- Mighty Glacier: Slower than SaberLeomon, but larger and more powerful.
An evolution of HolyAngemon. It is equipped with a weapon known as the Final Excalibur. ClavisAngemon is Dominimon's overseer. In Digimon V-Tamer 01, Lord HolyAngemon evolves into him after his win ratio drops, leaving him unable to evolve into Seraphimon. Beyond that, not much is known about this Digimon.
- Brought Down to Badass: Doesn't lose all its powers, but while still a capable fighter, it is not as powerful as Seraphimon.
- Celestial Bureaucracy: A Dominion-Type digimon, referring to one of the several different heavenly choirs of angels. Invoked in the Digimon mythos by making it below ClavisAngemon] and [=SlashAngemon.
- Expy: Its design is basically the meeting point between Seraphimon and HolyAngemon.
Dorugoramon is an imaginary Digimon given form by the "day dream of a Digi-Core". Because of the interface on its brow, its own creativity is capable of being unleashed, allowing it to evolve. It is possible that due to having the life-force of the legendary beast known as the "Dragon" within its Digi-Core, it can be considered an "avatar of Destruction" and the incarnation of something called the "Final Enemy".
Dorugoramon is one of Dorumon's possible Mega forms and one of the Digimon that carries the X-Antibody.
- Beware My Stinger Tail: It has a pointed blade at the end of its tail.
- Clap Your Hands If You Believe: What brought Dorugoramon into existence, apparently.
- Demoted to Extra: Most Bandai-related material uses Alphamon as Dorumon's Mega form, even having it evolve from Dorugreymon and not Grademon as it was originally designed. Alphamon even gets treated like Death-X-Dorugoramon and Death-X-Mon's Foil, despite both of them drawing inspiration from Dorugoramon. Seems to be finally Subverted as Dorugoramon has finally reappeared in Digimo Story Cyber Sleuth: Hackers Memory as an obtainable Digimon after being shoved aside in favor of Alphamon.
- Digital Monster of Mass Destruction: Referred to as such in its profile. Also counts as Foreshadowing of its connection to Death-X-Mon, the final enemy of the X-Antibody storyline.
- Foil: To Death-X-Dorugoramon, its Evil Counterpart, to Alphamon, Dorumon's alternate Mega form, and Ouryumon, another Dragon digimon born from a Digi-Core's "daydream" and the final form of the Ryudamon line.
- Incendiary Exponent: A lot of its official artwork shows it projecting fire from its hands.
- Power Crystal: The "old style interface" on its head, which is a trait of all of Dorumon's various forms.
- Ramming Always Works: "Brave Metal", an atttack where Dorugoramon puts "all its body and soul" into an attack.
- Razor Wings: Shown to have metallic-looking wings, with sharp-looking, dagger like structures pointing out.
- Significant Anagram: Like all members of the Dorumon, the "Doru" part of its name means "Digital or Unknown".
- Sphere of Destruction: "Doru Din", a destructive shockwave.
- Wreathed in Flames: Its standard profile artwork shows it capable of doing this with its hands.
- Debut: Digital Monster Ver. 20thAttacks: Zwanglänze, Thron Messer
A Digimon possessing the ultimate holy blade, it evolved by honing its sword to its best ability and attaning data on "legendary swords" found in mythology and video games. Boasting strength that puts it among the strongest Legend-Arms capable of transforming into swords, it is said that wielding Durandamon will surely bring about victory. Its slashing attacks are fierce enough to cut through any sort of defense, although there have been records that only the strongest of the Legend-Arms Digimon capable of transforming into shields are able to withstand Durandamon's attacks.
- Blade Below the Shoulder: It has blades for all of its limbs.
- Bling of War: Its entire body is covered in golden armor.
- Equippable Ally: Like all Legends-Arms Digimon, it turns into a weapon, in this case a sword.
- Infinity +1 Sword: Durandamon is the sword. Anyone who wields it in battle will win.
- Light Is Good: It's bright gold, a Vaccine type, and turns into the ultimate holy sword.
- Numerological Motif: Downplayed as the number 20 is not visible anywhere on its armor, though one of its attack names is German for "Twenty Sparkles."
- Public Domain Artifact: Named after Durandal.
- Spin Attack: Thron Messer, which pretty much turns Durandamon into a living blender.
It was artificially created from a captured Vademon, that had the data that configured its body analyzed and improved. In an American facility, called "Area 51", it seems they were using and building extraterrestrial technology, but the truth is shrouded in mystery. It is said that the USA is covertly conducting research and development on Digimon in order to take possession of the Digital World.
- Area 51: This is where secret government experiments turned a captured space alien into a powerful cyborg for mysterious ends.
- Armies Are Evil: The US is trying to weaponize it.
- Cyborg: It's a heavily mechanized version of Vademon, its old organic brain still faintly visible through its translucent "skull".
- Earth-Shattering Kaboom: It has an attack called Planet Destroyer.
- Mind Probe: How its Brain Rupture attack works.
- Mind Rape: Its Brain Rupture attack is upgraded to the point where it can destroy the brain.
ElDoradimon once wandered into the research data for ancient ruins on a neglected computer, and over a long period time it unified with that data. If it retracts its head, arms, and legs, it looks like nothing more than the ruins of an ancient fortress. Due to the enormous quantity of research data it holds, it has become a slow-witted Digimon with a large build, but it is probably difficult to bring down even if is attacked by scores of Digimon. It is definitely an impregnable Digimon.
- Arm Cannon: Has two of them, derived from Justimon's. They're called Critical Arms.
- Blow You Away: Its Marut Cyclone attack.
- Theme Naming: Along with Raijinmon and Suijinmon, who it was introduced alongside, and use Justimon's Accel Arm and Blitz Arm.
As a successful elaboration on MetalSeadramon, it demonstrates the fastest movement speed and strongest submarine interception ability. In order to further expand its sphere of influence, the Crack Team constructed this massive Digimon in absolute secrecy and endowed it with the ability to control the sea and possession of a cruising range which covers the vast Net Ocean. Its overall length exceeds even that of Whamon, and since Digimon belonging to the Crack Team, such as Chaosdramon, can be loaded in its interior, it is no longer a single Digimon, and it is even possible to say that it is an assault landing ship that doesn't understand when and where on the Net Ocean it will surface, or whether to commence its attacks.
- Cybernetic Mythical Beast: It's a sea serpent so heavily cyborgized to be able to serve as a submarine carrier ship.
- Cyborg: To an even greater degree than MetalSeadramon — this thing is far more machine than serpent by this point.
- Living Ship: By way of being a Sea Monster modified and enhanced to the point of being able to hold other Digimon in its body and carry them from place to place.
- Sea Monster: It's a mechanical sea serpent.
- Unusual Weapon Mounting: Has a gun in its mouth.
A fugitive Digimon born from data on wanted criminals. To tell the truth, there is actually a price on its head, but it isn't distrusted as it's believed to be a Bounty Hunter, as it is a strange villain on a hunt for criminals. It wields the "Guilty Chain" on its left arm, and the "Judgment Sickle" on its right.
- Characterization Marches On: It's current description has nothing to do with its original incarnation as the newest form of Adventure's Bonus Boss Diablomon.
- Generic Doomsday Villain: When it debuted in Rumble Arena, it was played up as the newest One-Winged Angel evolution of Diaboromon, at the expense of motivation or goal. Part of this involved the use of Final Boss, New Dimension, with the arena being an empty, dark plane with long chains of Kuramon eyes, like those that appeared in Diablomon Strikes Back.
- Sinister Scythe: Attached to its right arm.
- Overly Long Tongue: It can attack with its tongue. The attack is even called Unpleasantly Long Tongue.
- Power Gives You Wings: The most notable difference between GoldNumemon and the lower levels of the Numemon family tree is the enormous pair of wings it gains upon evolving.
- Toilet Humor: Well, it IS a Numemon variant. It can throw gold excrement.
The ultimate form of Kuwagamon-species Digimon. It is an especially evil being among Insect Digimon, and if you happen to stumble across GranKuwagamon within the Digital World, you won't be able to do anything but curse yourself. Because it inhabits the depths of the Digital World's forests, and is only active at night, it is called the "Demon of the Deep Forest". Also, its greatest rival is HerculesKabuterimon, and the battle between these two continues without ever ending.
The Wonderswan games depict GranKuwagamon as being the natural Mega form of Ken Ichijougi's partner Wormmon.
- Big Creepy-Crawlies: A positively titanic beetle-like monster.
- Dark Is Evil: It only operates at night, it's nickname has the word demon and it's enemy is a gold-armored HerakleKabuterimon. On the other hand,it was part of a small band of Digimon that stood up to the D-Reaper from Digimon Tamers and the Royal Knights in Digimon Frontier.
- Dimensional Cutter: Its Dimension Scissor attack physically shears through surrounding space-time.
- Evil Counterpart: To HerakleKabuterimon, to which it is also a rival.
- Affably Evil: It's supernaturally charming.
- Always a Bigger Fish: The Seven Great Demon Lords, some of the nastiest and strongest demon Digimon around, steer clear of it.
- The Corrupter: Especially for Angel Digimon.
- Our Centaurs Are Different: A blue humanoid upper body and the lower body of some kind of beast with what look like sharks attached to its forelegs. It also has wings.
- Our Vampires Are Different: Very, very different. It's also the king of all vampire Digimon.
- Competition Freak: It loves seeking challengers.
- Foe-Tossing Charge: Destroyed Crash.
A Mythical Beast Digimon with the head, wings, and forelegs of a bird, and the body of a Beast Digimon with a snake-like tail. Though it is able to fly about the sky, it makes its home in desert regions and mountain caves. Griffomon's power is great, and together with its quick-witted movements, it makes it very difficult for one to predict a way to defeat it. It serves as a guard against illegal penetrations of the net, as well as a guard for secure information.
- Good Wings, Evil Wings: It has bat-like wings, despite its profile describing them as being one of Griffomon's bird like traits.
- Inconsistent Dub: Notable, in that none of its initial dub attack names had anything to do with what its Japanese attacks could do.
- MacGuffin Guardian: Characterized as both this and as a living defense against Hollywood Hacking.
- Make Me Wanna Shout: "Supersonic Voice", which can disrupt an enemy's data.
- Man Bites Man: "Moebius Bite"
- Organ Autonomy: Its snake headed tail is depicted as acting on its own in various artworks.
- Our Gryphons Are Different: An "opinicus" variant, having a snake for a tail, but with a pair of bat wings instead of eagle wings. Additionally, one of its preevolutions is a hippogriff Digimon.
- Deader Than Dead: The fate of any Digimon that hears its "Black Requiem" attack die and will never recover.
- Diabolus ex Nihilo: Comes out of the depth of the Dark Area, in other words Hell itself.
An Insect Digimon based on the Hercules beetle, HerakleKabuterimon evolved by incorporating the data of Kuwagamon and Kabuterimon-species Digimon. Because it has traits of both types, it eliminates their respective weaknesses and reconciles their opposing natures. Its body shines gold, and its powerful wings allow it to cross the Digital World at supersonic speed. It is rivals with GranKuwagamon, continuing the Kabuterimon and Kuwagamon species enmity with one another.
- Big Good: The Flavor Text for one of its cards in the "Jintrix" series refer to it as "the King of Insects."
- Gold Makes Everything Shiny: As shown by its golden-colored shell.
- Japanese Beetle Brothers: Combines traits of the stag beetle-based Kuwagamon species and the rhino beetle-based Kabuterimon species, while also being GranKuwagamon's rival. On the other hand, it seems to be primarily based on the tri-horned Atlas beetle (Chalcosoma atlas), a much bigger rhinoceros beetle variant than the kabutomushi.
- Retcon: HerakleKabuterimon was introduced in Digimon World as an Ultimate. It was retconned into a Mega in the first Digimon Pendulum v-pet, which also introduced its pre-evo AtlurKabuterimon.
- Shock and Awe: Its "Giga Blaster" attack, and if Kabuterimon and AtlurKabuterimon are any indication, its "High Mega Blaster" and "Horn Buster Kai" attacks as well.
- Thunder Beetle: Much like the Kabuterimon and Kuwagamon lines it's based on, HerakleKabuterimon is a gigantic beetle-like creature that fights primarily through Shock and Awe attacks.
- Bishounen Line: It's much more humanoid than the normal-looking HerakleKabuterimon, possessing a more upright posture, a larger set of forearms, and a much smaller set of second arms.
HiAndromon was perfected by improving the incomplete Andromon. The percentage of Chrome Digizoid parts which compose its body has increased, and it is impossible to miss the extent of its gains in offensive and defensive power from this, compared to Andromon. Additionally, as Andromon it was incomplete, and by adding Chrome Digizoid parts to the Bio-Synapse circuits which govern its thinking, it became self-aware, making it possible for it to execute its objectives. Because it is both a Vaccine-species and a Cyborg, its attacks against Virus-types are not only fearfully accurate but also intense.
A Holy Beast Digimon based off of the mythical phoenix, or houou, that possesses four shining, golden wings. It is considered the head of all Bird Digimon and the supervisor of Holy Digimon. In fact, it is considered the ultimate form of all Bird Digimon. It draws unfathomable Holy power from the two Holy Rings on its feet. The grains of light that fall from its wings can purify wickedness.
The Digimon Adventure PSP game, Digimon Adventure tri. and assorted Wonderswan games depicts Hououmon as Biyomon's Mega form.
- Amplifier Artifact: Its two Holy Rings, which provide it with power.
- Back from the Dead: In Digimon World 2, Crimson Flare revives fallen allies.
- Big Good: Its profile describes it as the leader of all Bird and Holy Digimon.
- Inconsistent Dub: It's referred to as Hououmon in the Digimon Tamers dub, and Phoenixmon everywhere else.
- Mana Drain: "Life Force", which drains the power from its opponents.
- Olympus Mons: It's considered the ultimate Bird Digimon.
- Retcon: As it debuted in Digimon World, it was originally depicted as an Ultimatenote . When the Wind Guardians Pendulum came along, it became a Mega.
A Mega Ancient Dragon Digimon that existed in ancient times. There is a clear distinction between it and other Digimon in terms of existence or ability. Also, Imperialdramon is called the Dragon Mode, but there seems to exist a "Fighter Mode" that is able to liberate all of its power. However, it has been said that that form has never been seen. Due to its immense power, controlling it is next to impossible, and depending on how it was raised it may become a saviour or a god of destruction.
- BFG: The cannon on its back.
- No Kill Like Overkill: Its "Mega Death" attack destroys everything within a few hundred meters around whatever it hits.
- Physical God: Labelled as one, which given it's Mega-level isn't surprising.
Imperialdramon Fighter Mode
A form of the Ancient Dragon Digimon Imperialdramon: Dragon Mode that liberated all of its powers, changing form into the legendary Fighter Mode. It is an ultimate Digimon that acquired a great intellect by changing from the difficult-to-control Dragon Mode to a human mode. It is said that the power to destroy a planet dwells in its attacks.
- Apocalypse How: Up from Imperialdramon's Physical God status, Fighter Mode is capable of a Planetary scope of destruction.
- Foreshadowing: The last line of its profile mentions the possibility that there's an even greater form it can evolve into.
Imperialdramon Paladin Mode
A form of the Ancient Dragon Digimon Imperialdramon: Fighter Mode that acquired the power of the holy knight Omegamon, powering up and changing into a legendary holy knight (Paladin Mode). As the final, strongest form of Imperialdramon that was told of since ancient times, it descended in a time of great disruption in the ancient Digital World, and rescued the world from complete collapse. However, all of the details of that era are a mystery, and if research into Digimon and the Digital World progresses, it is likely that they will eventually be clarified.
- BFS: Its Omega Sword, gained from Omegamon.
- Big Good: A legendary hero, and the founder of the Royal Knights, though it isn't considered a member.
- Gold and White Are Divine: A holy knight Digimon with gold and white armor.
- King Arthur: As the Royal Knights are the Digital World's Knights of the Round Table, Imperialdramon Paladin Mode is their King Arthur, having founded them and eventually disappeared, prophesised to return again.
- Knight in Shining Armor: It has the look of one.
- Palette Swap: Of Fighter Mode.
An Ancient Digimon who resembles an old man. Jijimon is thought to have existed since the genesis of the Digital World, and that ot knows everything there is to know about it. Though it is friends with digimon who uphold justice, its own body is feeble. It has the ability to summon humans to the Digital World in times of crisis. In addition to having great knowledge, Jijimon supposedly has a great power of its own... but rarely uses it.
- Blinding Bangs: Exaggerated. His hair and beard cover the entirety of his face.
- Brilliant, but Lazy: He allegedly knows everything, but doesn't use his own power.
- Pint-Sized Powerhouse: One of the few Mega Digimon the size of an average Rookie.
- Old Master: He appears in this role in absolutely every single appearemce... save for Digimon Tamers, where he's just a senile old man.
- Simple Staff: With what appears to be a giant version of Tailmon's glove at the end of it.
- Spear Counterpart: To Babamon, another Ultra Digimon resembling a little old lady.
- Retcon: Introduced in Digimon World, which was released before the Pendulum v-pets came out and introduced the Mega level.
- Arm Cannon: Can use the same ones as Fuujinmon, Raijinmon and Suijinmon.
A Puppet Digimon resembling PawnChessmon with a mustache who wears a crown, a cape and wields the "King Stick". It maneuvers behind the scenes to build a Chessmon empire. However, nobody knows what kind of thing a Chessmon empire is, and because of the environs, they aren't even interested. Since it is a coward it almost never attacks by itself, and it's only fast when it comes to running away in an emergency. Its catchphrase is, "He that fights and runs away may live to fight another day!" However, it also has an intellect that is surprisingly on the same level as a supercomputer. It can create a decoy of itself to escape easier, but if it's completely cornered, it can unexpectedly unleashed a powerful attack.
A Puppet Digimon that styles itself as the "King of Etemon", and is said to be a being that is "set at the top." It even goes so far as to call itself the "King of Kings." The "snazzy" Saru Suit it wears is emblazoned with the characters for "Great King". Despite the fact that it swaggers about as though it were a huge star, most digimon treat KingEtemon derisively. KingEtemon has formed a sort of "mock" Royal Family with PrinceMamemon, who honestly believes itself to be royalty.
- Bare-Fisted Monk: "King Monkick" is by all intents and purposes a simple kick.
- Bling of War: Its "Saru Suit" is colored gold.
- Brandishment Bluff: "Saru Shibai" is described as an attack that bluffs and demoralizes the opponent, crippling their fighting spirit.
- Chest Insignia: A crown marking, along with the Japanese characters for "Great King".
- Energy Ball: Depicted wielding one in stock artwork and in several cards.
- Golden Super Mode: It's one of Etemon's final forms, and its body assumes a golden color upon evolution.
- King Mook: In that it's "King of Etemon", which isn't very impressive in and of itself.
- Miles Gloriosus: How bad is it at this? The Flavor Text for one of the cards says it considers itself a Royal Knight.
- One-Way Visor: As opposed to Etemon and MetalEtemon's Cool Shades.
- Stealth Pun: Just like Etemon, it outfit is called a "Saru Suit". What does this translate to? "Monkey Suit".
- Combat Stilettos: Much like Sakuyamon.
- Jerkass Genie: Very much so. It can grant the wishes of whoever releases it, but being stuck in a lamp has made it bad tempered, and it's just as likely to attack whoever lets it out.
A Fairy Digimon based off of a sea angel and which is rarely seen. Though it bears the name "Angemon", it is not actually connected to Digimon that bear that name. It wears a Holy Ring around its neck, much like the ones worn by Holy-species Digimon like Tailmon and Angewomon. MarinAngemon is a peace-loving Digimon, and rather than fight, it has the ability to remove its opponent's fighting spirit with its "Ocean Love" technique.
- Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: Its Holy Ring.
- Actual Pacifist: It manages to be one, courtesy of...
- Care-Bear Stare: The effect of its "Ocean Love" technique in its profile and in Digimon Xros Wars.
- Chest Insignia: The heart-shaped marking on its chest.
- In Name Only: Like its profile states, it doesn't have any connection to other Digimon with the name "Angemon".
- Killer Rabbit: Most Digimon Ultimate and beyond are massive, and Megas the size of most In-Training Digimon like MarinAngemon are scarce.
- Love Bubbles: How its "Ocean Love" technique is portrayed in Digimon Tamers.
An Angel Digimon that appears in a form through which incompatible Angel and Fallen Angel Digimon united and accomplished a Jogress Evolution when an unprecedented crisis loomed over the Digital World. It links with gates and overcomes predicaments by controlling the forces of Angel and Fallen Angel-tribes it summons from another Digital World. It is because of the nature possessed by Mastemon, who is called "The Tactician From Another World", that it unifies both species, which are usually hostile to each other. As it possesses a unified heart despite being a Jogress Evolution of two opposing Digimon itself, it lends its power to Digimon in various situations by freely manipulating the energies of light and darkness, and also takes on formidable opponents itself.
- Combat Stilettos: As with Angewomon and LadyDevimon, its boots have heels. Probably not an issue, what with the wings.
- Good Wings, Evil Wings: Has feathery angelic wings on one side and demonic bat wings on the other.
- Meaningful Name: Derived from Mastema, an angel from Judaism.
- Our Angels Are Different: Both this and Our Demons Are Different at once due to being the combined form of Angewomon and LadyDevimon.
- Oxymoronic Being: A Digimon born from two rivals, one angelic and one demonic.
- Power Gives You Wings: An angel Digimon's strength can be measured by how many wings they've got. Angewomon has eight. Seraphimon has ten. Mastemon? Has twelve. Mastemon has more raw power than one of the agents of the Digital World's God.
A Cyborg Type that calls itself "The King of Digimon." It underwent extensive training by seeking out a Worthy Opponent, gathering combat data from numerous victories... as well as numerous defeats. After studying its weaknesses, it was reborn in its current form: a "full-metal" Cyborg whose body is covered in Chrome Digizoid. While its combat abilities are high, it won't hesitate to use childish or dirty tricks.
MetalEtemon appears in Digimon Adventure as the Mega form of Etemon.
- Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: Just as Etemon wears a Monzaemon plush on its hip, MetalEtemon wears a WaruMonzaemon.
- Banana Peel: The primary use of its "Banana Slip" attack.
- Casting a Shadow: Its "Dark Spirits Deluxe" attack.
- Chest Insignia: The characters on its chest, which translate to "Strongest".
The final form of Garurumon, which powered up by incorporating machinery into its body. Not only has it retained its natural cunning, it is equipped with countless weapons concealed throughout its body. The four laser sights on its nose, making it capable of analyzing its opponent through the use of things like infrared and x-rays while also making it difficult for its opponent to evade it. MetalGarurumon can can project beam-like wings from the structures on its back, allowing it to move through the network at "ultra high speed."
Like WarGreymon, MetalGarurumon set the standard for numerous Digimon that followed after it, most notably the final forms of The Lancer's Digimon partner in subsequent media. It can fuse with WarGreymon into Omegamon.
- An Ice Person: In the form of its "Cocytus Breath" attack, and various attacks that strike the opponent with freezing weaponry.
- Bishounen Line: Inverted. It goes back to being four-legged after spending time as the humanoid WereGarurumon.
- Breath Weapon: "Cocytus Breath" is always fired from the mouth.
- Canis Major: A wolf bigger than most cars.
- Inconsistent Dub: Where do we begin? He's the dub's biggest offender in this regard, and what's listed above are an attempt at making sense of it. Like with WarGreymon, some attacks are called by the same name, and just gaining sense of what is used where can be extremely confusing. It even "made up" a name for an attack that was never given one in the original, muddling the whole thing even furthernote . They even managed to make it worse without MetalGarurumon himself showing up. In Digimon Tamers, when Takato uses "Digi Modify" on a MetalGarurumon card, Guilmon calls his attack "MetalGarurumon Blaster".
- Laser Sight: Four of them, built into its nose.
- Macross Missile Massacre: "Grace Cross Freezer", "Freeze Bomber", and "Giga Destruction" are this. For comparison, "Garuru Tomahawk" instead involves firing a single missile.
- The Nose Knows: Most likely the one example in fiction where this is due to the laser sights built into it.
- Power Gives You Wings: The beam-like wings that project from its back.
It has been found that it has gained additional armaments as well as upgraded sensors. In order to arm its entire body to adapt to both long- and short-distance combat, it has taken on a bipedal form, and is equipped with the gatling gun "Metal Storm", which has the ability to snipe over long distances, bombard a large area at mid-range, and rapid-fire extremely quickly even at short distances, boasting of overwhelming firepower. Its combined bombardment capability is more than 1.2 times that of MagnaGarurumon's; it's basically a mass of firearms in the shape of a beast.
- Oddly Common Rarity: Once again, Ultimates are supposed to be rare, and yet there are whole schools of MetalPiranimon.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: It's described as a replicating Digimon.
A Mega Composite Digimon that has fused the overwhelming power possessed by Mugendramon and the data of various powerful Digimon possessed by Chimeramon. It is said to be impossible to defeat, and at present the unclear cause of its fusion is being ascertained, but it is unlikely any clues will be found.
- Backpack Cannon: Mugendramon's cannons are the only part of its body that were not turned into an energy being.
- Dimension Lord: Can create entire universes and destroy them at will.
- Energy Being: Most of Mugendramon has turned into a vague aura, for whatever reason.
- Fusion Dance: A Jogress between a Chimeramon and a Mugendramon made this thing.
- The Juggernaut: There is almost nothing that can stop it.
- Millennium Bug: It is, for all effects and purposes, the bug itself.
- Paint It Black: The part of it supplied by Chimeramon have all turned black.
Existing within Millenniunnmon's inner world, it is a soul Digimon. As a result of Millenniumon's dark spirit becoming a Digimon it does not possess a fixed form. Although it often takes the shape of a crystal, it seems that, due to its hatred and anger against the enemies that oppose it, that shape can be changed. Also, as a soul it does not have sustenance, and so it is immune to physical attacks. To defeat MoonMillenniumon, one must first defeat Millenniumon, its true form, but it's unlikely as there are virtually no Digimon who are up to that task. Also, even if by some chance Millenniumon is defeated, it is said that it will separate from its now-dead true form and be revived throughout time and space.
- God of Evil: It's explicitly labelled as a Wicked God.
- Intangible Man: Due to being an evil spirit without a solid form.
- My Death Is Only The Beginning: Killing Millenniumon just allows it to evolve to this form, and become even more powerful.
- No-Sell: As a result of being a soul without a physical body it is immune to all physical attacks.
- Soul Power: MoonMillenniummon doesn't possess corporeal destructive force, it attacks the enemy's spirit instead.
Flying freely between time and space, it is a king of evil that is still trying to destroy all eras and all worlds. Although a Digimon will become a Digi-Egg if it is defeated in battle, there are very rare occasions when it has instead been reborn from within the corpse of its data. According to one theory, when Millenniumon died in a furious battle, the dark soul it possessed was reborn as ZeedMillenniumon. Also, as for the bands which wrap around ZeedMillenniumon, it is said that they are like chains that suppress its abilities, but it is unknown who could cast such a spell on Millenniumon. However, it is foretold that if it is released from this spell, it will rain destruction upon the Digital World.
- Came Back Wrong: It failed to reconfigure back into an egg upon its death and proceeded to become one of the most unholy forces the Digital World has to offer.
- Eldritch Abomination: Millenniumon was bad enough, but now it's become an undead corpse, floating around in space and time looking to conquer everything.
- I Love Nuclear Power: Its Chrono Paradox attack fires atomic beams from its mouths.
- Omnicidal Maniac
- Power Limiter: The bands of coding around its body restrain its power, but given how powerful ZeedMillenniumon already is, that doesn't exactly slow it down.
- Chest Blaster: Fires its Full Moon Blaster attack from its chest.
- Wolverine Claws: Has clawed gauntlets.
MirageGaogamon Burst Mode
- Blade on a Stick: Its weapon is the latter with a crescent-shaped blade at the other end of the handle. The whole thing is made of energy.
- Debut: Digimon Adventure tri.
A Digimon with gigantic, jet-black wings; the truth about it is unclear, and it is theorized by a portion of researchers to appear whenever the Digital World has been plunged into chaos and is meeting its end. Although it was originally an angel Digimon whose role was to maintain order, it was said to have fallen due to its wrath and sorrow and fused with another Digimon, giving rise to Ordinemon. Negative emotions themselves flow out of Ordinemon's wings, and a flap of its wings will spread miasma throughout its surroundings. The endlessly overflowing miasma is capable of eventually covering the entire world, resulting in the end of all life. However, its true nature is one of kindness, a high-standing being who plans to save the world by first returning the world, which has lost its order, to nothingness.
- Apocalypse Maiden: Researchers figure it's a harbinger of the end of the world. At the very least, it can definitely accomplish that.
- Fusion Dance: Between two fallen angel Digimon.
- Marionette Motion: Ordinemon's body just sort of hangs between its two giant wings.
- Mook Maker: Its feathers turn into Digimon which attack everything in sight.
- Obliviously Evil: It wants to save the world by destroying it, and it's too far gone to realize these goals are somewhat contradictory.
- Order Versus Chaos: It falls strongly on the side of order. In fact, the world falling into chaos is said to precipitate its arrival.
- Our Angels Are Different: It's more like an angel from Evangelion than typical Digimon angels — a borderline Eldritch Abomination, made of evil, with a body that simultaneously looks human and very much not.
- Theme Naming: Two of its three attacks have to do with the end of the world.
An ancient Digimon that went extinct in the distant past. Boasting a size beyond imagination, it is called the "Ruler of the Skies". Its personality is ferocious, and it is said that it will frequently assault even larger Digimon.
A Digimon that can't survive without leeching off of other beings, even though it is a Mega. Parasimon is powerless when by itself, but when it gathers in numbers, it can easily defeat Champion Digimon. When Parasimon leeches off of another, it can draw out the host Digimon's abilities to their utmost limit, exhibiting a dreadful power. Also, it can amplify the host's desires, and it is capable of taking advantage of those weaknesses. The existence of Parasite Digimon types other than Parasimon has been confirmed, and the influence of Parasite Digimon, in addition to viralization, is considered the cause of berserk Digimon.
- Big Creepy-Crawlies: An arthropod Digimon bigger than a person.
- Cyclops: It has a single, gigantic eye dominating its forward end.
- Joke Character: Given it can't even beat a Champion-level by itself, it is definitely the weakest Mega Leveled Digimon.
- Puppeteer Parasite: Not to the extent of other examples, but Parasimon can control and influence the feelings, emotions and desires of the Digimon it latches onto.
- Zerg Rush: The only way they can defeat a Champion-leveled Digimon with ease.
- Wrestler in All of Us: It uses wrestling moves.
- Breath Weapon: It has a burping attack that works similar to one.
- Overly Long Tongue: Its oversized tongue is always lolling out of its mouth, and it has an attack called Huge Yucky Tongue.
- Palette Swap: A silver recolor of GoldNumemon.
- Power Gives You Wings: The most notable difference between PlatinumNumemon and the lower levels of the Numemon family tree is the enormous pair of wings it gains upon evolving.
- Toilet Humor: It throws excrement to attack, much like all other members of the Numemon family.
A Plesiosaur Digimon that was discovered in a computer found in a British laboratory dedicated to mysterious creatures. Treated as a rumor among researchers, Plesiomon tends to appear in locations where it can be poorly seen, and seems to create a mysterious fog wherever it goes.
For several years, Plesiomon was regarded as the Mega form of Gomamon, appearing as such in one of the WonderSwan games, but as of the release of the Digimon Adventure RPG, Vikemon, originally the Mega form of Shakkoumon and therefore Armadimon, takes that role. Nonetheless, this can still be considered a "canonical" evolution.
- Japanese Ranguage: Bandai of America refers to this Digimon as "Preciomon". The anime dub thankfully averted this.
- Make Me Wanna Shout: How its "Sorrow Blue" attack works.
- Making a Splash: In the dub version, anyway.
- Name's the Same: In-universe example. Plesiomon's "Shaking Pulse" attack has the same name as one of Rukamon, or Dolphmon's, attacks.
- Shrouded in Myth: It's treated as such in universe, as Digimon researchers doubt Plesiomon even exists and it has the ability to keep itself from being seen clearly.
- Stock Ness Monster: It's more or less based on the loch ness monster.
A God Man Digimon who presides over "the land of the dead", or the Dark Area, and attacks with terror and violence. Plutomon wanders the world, pursuing criminals or villains who deserve to fall into the "land of the dead". It is said that if it detects such prey, Plutomon will appear wrapped up in a deep darkness. Plutomon cares only for chewing upon the wicked, and has jaws full of sharp teeth all over its body that chatter whenever Plutomon pursues its prey. As such, even good Digimon fear Plutomon. It is similar to Jupitermon of the Olympus Twelve, as far as its role of punishing evil, but Jupitermon will not accept Plutomon due to its cruelty and there is a long-standing feud between the two.
- Casting a Shadow: Plutomon appears to its victims "wrapped in shadow", and the profile art depicts it summoning a large pair of demonic jaws made of dark energy.
- Everyone Hates Hades: Played with. It's not evil, but not exactly well liked either, and more than a little morally ambiguous. In fairness, Hades/Pluto wasn't exactly well liked even in ancient Greece.
- Failed a Spot Check: If it hunts villains and criminals and is supposed to rule the Dark Area, it sure seems to have missed all of the Demon Lords and Archdevils running around in its own backyard.
- Hell Hound: Has this motif, and in Digimon Crusader, Plutomon evolves directly from Cerberumon Jinrou Mode.
- Hero with Bad Publicity: Due to being so damn creepy.
- Irony: Executing criminals sends them to Anubimon, who assigns them to the Dark Area, where they then add to all the problems there. It's a vicious cycle.
- '90s Anti-Hero: Its attitude isn't dissimilar to Ghost Rider or The Punisher.
- Red and Black and Evil All Over: As far as the colorscheme goes, though it's not exactly evil.
- The Rival: To Jupitermon. See Shadow Archetype below.
- Shadow Archetype: Is this to Jupitermon; they both punish evil, but Jupitermon believes Plutomon is too cruel.
- Shoulders of Doom: Large, dog-like mouths lined with fans. Yep, they qualify.
- This Was His True Form: In "Digimon Crusader", it first appears as the pre-evolved form, Cerberumon Jinrou Mode, before revealing itself as Plutomon.
- Too Many Mouths: covered in them.
- Unscrupulous Hero: Not evil, but cruel, violent, and very very scary.
- Cephalothorax: Like other Mamemon variants.
- King Mook: A golden, crowned Mamemon with a royal title, apparently so due to having incorporated data on human royalty into itself.
- Pint-Sized Powerhouse: It's bigger than Mamemon, but still small for a Mega.
A "British punk" Digimon that was brought into existence when Britain's strongest hacker caused a mutation in a computer virus, into which it poured all the knowledge it possessed. Although Pukumon is small, it has a rebellious personality that contends for "first place" in the Digital World. It can't help picking fights, no matter whether the opponent is stronger or weaker than itself. It tends to prefer to use its fists to settle disputes, but will not hesitate to use the spikes built into its Chrondigizoit helmet.
- Evil Counterpart: To MarinAngemon in the Deep Savers Pendulum. Both are tiny Megas, one Vaccine and the other Virus.
- Flying Seafood Special: As shown in its blink-and-you'll-miss-it cameo in Digimon Tamers.
- Good Old Fisticuffs: Its "Britain Punch" attack.
- Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Yet another In-Training or Rookie-sized Mega.
- Playful Hacker: Pukumon owes its existence to one.
- Poisonous Person: According to the dub anyway.
- Spike Shooter: Its "Needle Squall" attack.
A colossal Digimon that continues to absorb data and amplify its power. The large, wicked ball that corresponds to the majority of its body is a fusion reactor that generates its power source, the 'Gyuputo Particles', from the data it absorbed. Quartzmon's true body is at the top, and can act away from the large wicked ball, and it's also possible for it to change its form. It has a greed for the data of the entire world, and completely swallows and absorbs Digimon.
- Belly Mouth: Its true body has one.
- Combat Tentacles: Uses them to fill its enemies full of explosive particles.
- Expy: Shares a lot of traits design-wise with Apocalymon and the D-Reaper.
- Extra Eyes: Has six red eyes on its face.
- Generic Doomsday Villain: Wants to eat the entire world, because it can.
- I Love Nuclear Power: The massive orb-walker... thing it sits on is a fusion reactor.
- Badass in Charge: A Chessmon only digivolves by winning, and this one has reached the mega level.
- Drop the Hammer: Its scepter doubles as a hammer.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Its Heartbreaker attack.
A Mega-level Fairy Digimon said to be the largest flower in the Digital World. While its appearance is so beautiful that it enraptures all who lay eyes on it, the stench it emits is out of this world. There are a number of people who fell for Rafflesimon's beauty at first sight and sought to find it again after a single glance. However, Rafflesimon's lifespan is short, and its life processes will cease after just several days have passed. Because of the extremely low likelihood of being able to catch sight of a Rafflesimon, it is also known as the "Miraculous Flower". Despite its circumstances, Rafflesimon never expresses any pessimism about its looming death, constantly yearning to live a normal life and dancing elegantly to its very last.
- Attack Reflector: It's surrounded by hovering flower petals it can use to deflect attacks.
- BFG: It can turn its giant, poofy dress sleves into cannons.
- Eyeless Face: Like Rosemon, its upper face is covered by a flower-themed helmet.
- Fairy Sexy
- Flower Motif: The Rafflesia Arnoldi, also known as the corpse lily, which only blooms for a few days of its life, and smells awful.
The final boss of Digimon World 3. A Digimon formed by Snatchmon merging with the Gunslinger satellite.
- Attack the Tail: The first half of its boss fight is taking out its tail.
- Beware My Stinger Tail: Like the other Bemmon-related Digimon, it has a sharp tail. The difference here is that its stinger can both stab things and shoot lasers.
- Cyber Cyclops: Like the other Bemmon evolutions.
- Eye Beams: It has an eye-laser with the attributes of an ability that it copies.
- Final Boss: Of Digimon World 3.
- Frickin' Laser Beams: Most of its attacks involve firing various beams.
- Fusion Dance: Of Snatchmon and a Kill Sat.
- HP to 1: It leads off the battle with Ragnarok Cannon, which has this effect.
- Kill Sat: Its armor and weapons are made from one.
- Power Copying: Able to copy an attack's attributes into its eye-laser attack.
- Sequential Boss: The tail has to be destroyed before the main body.
- Unusual Weapon Mounting: The spikes on its head and tail both fire beam attacks.
- Wave Motion Gun: Fired from its head and chest.
A Mega Level Digimon who observes all Angel Digimon with eyes of distrust, in order to prevent the fall of other Angel Digimon. The moment it detects an Angel Digimon which has begun to fall, it will attack and destroy them before they would have fallen completely. However, because it was shunned for its role as an observer, it began to be filled with nihilistic thoughts until its sole line of thought was to reject everything. At that stage, it no longer discerns between friend or foe, turning into a fearsome Digimon that carries out destruction indiscriminately.
- Cat Folk: A humanoid cat.
- Evil Counterpart: To Rasielmon. This one evolved from Meicrackmon Vicious Mode.
- Fallen Angel: A Fallen Angel-type Digimon.
- He Who Fights Monsters: After suffering a bout of Sanity Slippage, Raguelmon has become a Fallen Angel-type, the very thing it dedicated itself to destroying, and an unbelievably dangerous one at that.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: It attacks by impaling enemies on its claws and tail.
- Purple Is Powerful: Its claws and tail glow purple.
- Arm Cannon: Like Suijinmon and Fuujinmon, it has a copy of one of Justimon's weapons.
- Shock and Awe: Its attacks all revolve around thunder.
An Ophan Digimon that was once appointed to the same rank as Ofanimon. It possesses the mysterious power to foresee everything in the world from the "Kernel" (God's domain). It is said that it knows all about events throughout the Digital World, and has gained a divine amount of knowledge with that power.
- Cat Folk: Though more human-looking than Raguelmon.
- Confusion Fu: Sefer Raziel uses "any kind of miracle to exterminate the enemy", although it's apparently random enough that even Rasielmon doesn't know what it'll conjure up.
- Elemental Powers: It uses the magic circles on its hands to attack with the five Chinese classical elements in any combination.
- Geometric Magic: The magic circles on its hands let it use its Elemental Powers for its Knowledge Stream attack.
- Our Angels Are Different: Rasielmon shares the Ophan type with Ofanimon.
- Blade Below the Shoulder: The wing on its left arm is a bladed weapon used for melee attacks.
- Feather Flechettes Fires feathers made of Chrome Digizoid with Shadow Pierce.
- Tornado Move: Has an attack called Dark Tornado.
- Winged Humanoid: Its wings are attached to its arms.
Ravemon Burst Mode
- Purple Is Powerful: Its wings, arms and legs are now purple.
A Fairy Digimon who has an appearance like a rose and is called the "queen of flowers". Possessing the form of a beautiful woman, it desires to remain such a way forever. Despite being pre-occupied by its looks, Rosemon's strength is still comparable to that of other Mega digimon, making it more than just a pretty face. It wears a jewel called the "Tifaret", which is engraved with the symbol of love and beauty and is said to give its wearer eternal beauty and power. Rosemon's specialty is "taming" other digimon, and those who are struck by her "Thorn Whip" technique become her slave in mind, body, and soul.
- Absolute Cleavage: Her outfit is slit from her neck to her navel.
- Amulet of Concentrated Awesome: Her "Tifaret" jewel. In her "Burst Mode" (see below) it even becomes weaponized.
- Chained by Fashion: She has thorny vines wrapped around her body.
- Dominatrix: She's clearly designed with this in mind, and invoked with the effect of "Thorn Whip".
- Eyeless Face: She has a rose replacing her upper cranium, leaving her with no recognizable facial features above her nose.
- Fairy Sexy: Being a Fairy-Type Digimon, and being also clearly designed to be attractive, Rosemon fits this trope.
- Immortality Begins at 20: She's eternally young and beautiful.
- Kamehame Hadouken: One of the ways "Forbidden Temptation" is fired in Digimon Savers.
- Morton's Fork: A Yuramon can either Digivolve into a Tanemon or a Budmon, and their respective Ultimate forms Lilymon and Lilamon can both evolve into Rosemon. Lilamon however can potentially Digivolve into Lotusmon as well, but Rosemon appears to be the more common result.
- Ms. Fanservice: One of the most notorious examples of this in Digimon. In particular, "Forbidden Temptation" has her becoming completely naked... while her body is cloaked in energy, of course. She also tends to be liberally used for fanservice in her anime appearences, most notoriously through liberal use of Gainaxing/
- Petal Power: "Forbidden Temptation" is this, combined with Distracted by the Sexy and Frickin' Laser Beams.
- Shock and Awe: "Thorn Whip" delivers a shock to her enemy.
- Spike Shooter: "Thorn Shot" and "Danger Thorn".
- Whip It Good: "Thorn Whip", naturally.
- Whip Sword: "Roses Rapier" is depicted as such in Digimon Savers, whipping outward and growing to reach and spear her target.
- Ms. Fanservice: Worth nothing again, in that she switched out the skin-tight body suit in favor of a multi-piece ensemble that includes chaps.
Rosemon Burst Mode
Rosemon is also capable of entering Burst Mode by reaching the limits of her abilities via Burst Evolution. Exhibiting a unique aura of love and beauty, Rosemon's outfit has turned white and black, its cape appears to be made of energy, and it is surrounded by multiple Tifaret jewels.
- Energy Weapon: Her cape generally qualifies as this, given she uses it to envelop her opponent when performing her "Charité" attack.
- Kiss of Death: When using "Aguichant Lèvres", blowing a kiss precedes the "energy beams that blow the crap out of everything" part.
The ultimate of Tyranomon, which has been living through the fierce, long-lasting battles since Digital World's birth by evolving alongside it. It has endured many years in harsh enviroments as MetalTyranomon, and its whole cyborg body is rusting. Its tactics specialise in annihilation warfare, mowing down its enemies along with their bases as one. RustTyranomon predates on Digimon, gorging on hundreds of thousands of Digimon within a short period without leaving any trace.
- BFG: Somewhere along the way it acquired a large electromagnetic cannon
- Kill It with Fire: It's "Rust Breath" attack unleashes scarlet flames which also induce rust.
- Meaningful Name: RustTyranomon is so called because its mechanical parts are starting to rust.
- Stronger with Age: It was a MetalTyranomon, which has lived for an incredibly long time and evolved somewhere along the way.
An Ancient Beast Digimon said to be capable of moving at mach speed. Its origins are unknown, but it is theorized that it was originally a Leomon transformed into a beast. Others think that it is actually Leomon's ancestor. With its speed, it can easily dodge attacks, and its overdeveloped fangs and claws possess great power. The needle-like hairs on its back are poisonous, and its claws can tear an enemy to shreds.
SaberLeomon appears in Digimon Adventure as the Mega form of Leomon.
- "Blind Idiot" Translation: "Twin Fang" is the dub name for "Infinity Arrow", which does not involve its teeth at all.
- Informed Ability: SaberLeomon's supposed ability to move at mach speed has never been shown in its fictional appearances.
- Panthera Awesome: Naturally being a variety of Leomon along with a saber toothed cat, but it also has tiger-like stripes. Does that make it a liger?
SaintGalgomon is the Mega form of Lee Jianliang's partner Terriermon in Digimon Tamers.
Sakuyamon is Renamon's Mega form in Digimon Tamers.
- Bishōnen Line: From a humanoid fox as a Renamon and Taomon to a humanlike Digimon clad in armor designed after foxes.
- Familiar: She summons fox spirits.
- Incendiary Exponent: She has a fiery kick attack.
- Petal Power: She can summon a storm of cherry blossoms.
- Technicolor Fire: Blue.
Sakuyamon X-AntibodyBeginning with necromancy and Onmyoudou, it has grown into a specialist who has mastered every secret art that has been passed down through the eastern Digital World. By attuning itself closely to the Digital World's nature, it is able to transform various object data such as flora or rocks into shikigami in the shape of flowers or foxes, and order them to do its bidding. It is skilled in using its kuda-gitsune and shikigami for reconnaissance and espionage; acting as a watchman of the darkness, it strikes at its foes from the dark using the information it has obtained.
- Big Good: Since it's apparently Yggdrasil's second in-command.
- Blue and Orange Morality: Most of its actions, beneficial, detrimental or otherwise are all in the name of progress for the Digital World and its inhabitants.
- Secret Test of Character: Routinely implements these, though apparently so far, no-one has actually overcome one.
- Chest Blaster: Fires its Glorious Burst and Corona Splash attacks from the lens on its chest.
- Double Weapon: It wields a double-ended sword.
- Flaming Sword: It can envelop its sword in flames.
- Playing with Fire: Shoots bullets of fire from its chest with Corona Splash.
- Power of the Sun: Powers its attacks with sunlight, which it focuses through the lenses on its wings.
ShineGreymon Burst Mode
- Flaming Sword: It now wields a sword that is made of fire, which it can merge with its fiery shield.
ShineGreymon Ruin Mode
- Palette Swap: Of Burst Mode.
Once a Mammon, it continued to battle with Virus-species Digimon until its body was eroded away completely, leaving nothing but bones. However, its Vaccine based survival instincts are strong, even in death, and it exterminated the virus that left it this way, unexpectedly losing its emotions and intelligence in the process. Its Digicore remains intact, allowing SkullMammon to keep moving, but should it be struck, it would spell the end for it.
- Attack Its Weak Point: SkullMammon's Digicore is exposed for all to see, and any damage to it would mean death for the Digimon.
- Ballistic Bone: Its "Spiral Bone" attack involves throwing one of its vertebrae at its enemy.
- Creepy Shadowed Undereyes
- Elephant Graveyard: A walking elephants' graveyard.
- Honorable Elephant: It kept on fighting Virus Digimon until its flesh had completely eroded. If that doesn't qualify, I don't know what does.
- Loss of Identity: Its continued survival resulted in this.
- Spikes of Villainy: Its profile doesn't call it evil, but the spikes running up and down its back are definitely evocative.
- Bishounen Line: It walks on its hind legs, rather than all fours.
A Dragon Man Digimon whose body is clad in Chrome Digizoid scale armor. It is said that its form is one that can only be attained by those who complete the training that is called "The Trial of the Four Great Dragons", which can only be challenged by Dragon Digimon. It carries the extensible greatsword Fragarach, and has mastered the original fencing technique "Ryuzanken".
- Clean Cut: "Tenryūzanha" (translated as Divine Dragon Slash Ripper), which can cut clean through an opponent vertically.
- Gratuitous Japanese: Unlike most Digimon attacks, Slayerdramon's are named and transliterated from Japanese.
- Shout-Out: Fragarach was the sword of Mannanan mac Lir and Lugh Lamfada in Celtic Mythology.
- Sword Beam: "Shouryūzanpa" (lit. Rising Dragon Slash Wave)
It inhabits the green depths of the jungle. It boasts the greatest and strongest powers among the Dinosaur Digimon living in the Digital World, and it is said that it possesses strength equal to that of Dinorexmon. Due to its extreme belligerence it leads a highly brutal existence, but the latest research has made it clear that it possesses astonishing intelligence. The blades on its back have become its greatest feature, and since they possess excellent defensive and offensive power, if it suffers a direct attack, the attacker is forced to suffer nearly fatal wounds. It can also shoot off the blades on its back, and since they keep growing back in an inexhaustible supply, don't count on it running out.
- Breath Weapon: It can shoot a lance of 15,000°C plasma from its mouth.
- Dinosaurs Are Dragons: It's part of the Dragon's Roar field, despite being a fairly typical pseudo-dinosaurian monster otherwise.
- Spike Shooter: It can fire off the blades on its back in a deadly burst.
- Stock Dinosaurs: It's — very loosely — based off of Spinosaurus, one of the most popular giant carnivorous dinosaurs in modern media.
A Machine Digimon which possesses parts from both Justimon and Mugendramon. While the reason why these parts are used is unknown, there is no doubt it has great combat strength.
- Arm Cannon: On both arms. They happen to be copies of Justimon's Accel Arm.
- Cyborg: It's been upgraded with parts from Justimon, using its Accel Arms, and Mugendramon's Mugen Cannons.
- The Last of These Is Not Like the Others: Its fellows Fuujinmon and Raijinmon were bipedal. Suijinmon is a centaur, and has the extra components from Mugendramon.
Although it is an aquatic Digimon, it has been enhanced to allow for quick movement even outside of water. It has the personality of a lone wolf, and dislikes schooling like fish due to its great pride.
- Chainsaw Good: It can move the spikes on its armor like the blade of a chainsaw. The hoverboard also has a buzzsaw on it.
- Eyes Do Not Belong There: That green gem-looking is actually a third eye that it uses to summon its hoverboard. It falls into this since the perception-based symbolism for the third eye is completely avoided and the top of Surfimon's head is further away from its regular eyes, what with it being a Shark Man and all.
- Hover Board: It flies around on a hoverboard that it summons from its third eye.
- Named Weapons: Surfimon's hoverboard is named the Dash Slider.
- Pride: The reason why it's a loner and dislikes forming schools with other fish Digimon.
- Shark Man: A humanoid with the head of a shark.
- All Your Powers Combined: It was created by combining all of the spirits of the Ten Warriors.
- Expy: Of Omegamon. It even has a Greymon and Garurumon motif on its gauntlets.
- Facial Markings: The stripes on the faceplate of its helmet are Agnimon's.
- Heavenly Blue: It gets the blue parts of its armor from MagnaGarurumon, who is not an example of this.
- Holy Hand Grenade: This seems to be its element based on the way its design incorporates the Kanji for heaven/sky.
- Physical God: It's based on the Japanese god of storms.
- Red Is Heroic: Gets the red parts of its armor from KaiserGreymon.
- Restart the World: Its job is to do this when cyberspace descends into chaos.
- Serial Escalation: One of Susanoomon's English cards lists its power level as Super Ultimate.
- Shaping Your Attacks: Yakusa no Ikadzuchi calls down lightning bolts in the shape of dragons to restrain a target.
- Sword Beam: The Ama no Habakiri attack sends a sword-shaped beam out from the ZERO ARMS: Orochi.
ZERO ARMS: OrochiZERO ARMS: Orochi is a cannon-like digital lifeform which serves as Susanoomon's weapon.
- BFG: It's an apparently living one.
- BFS: Titamon wields a gigantic sword made from a SkullGreymon's, ah, skull.
- Gameplay and Story Segregation: It's supposedly gigantic, but in its appearance in Digimon World: Next Order it's no larger than most other Digimon.
- Mind Rape: Its Traceless Phantom Blade attack makes the target think it's being stabbed over and over again.
- The Power of Hate: It draws on the hatred of Digimon defeated by the Olympos XII.
- The Red Baron: It's also known as the God Beheader.
- Summon Magic: It has an ability called Dark God Pact which summons spectral warriors.
- Beware the Nice Ones: An affable sort with an amusing walk who welcomes all kinds of Digimon into its abode. Disrupt the peaceful atmosphere, and it will show no mercy towards you.
- Cherry Blossoms: Depicted in its official art in the middle of a shower of cherry blossom petals.
- Combat Hand Fan: It wields one.
- Expy: Of PrinceMamemon. One's a (faux) western prince, the other is a feudal lord.
- It's Personal: Ruin the peace it cultivates in its castle and it will kill you.
- King Mook: It's a Mega level member of the Mamemon family.
- Petal Power: Has an attack called Appare Zakura.
- Pint-Sized Powerhouse: As with most Digimon related to Mamemon.
The "King of Bugs" that governs all Insect Digimon. Its stronghold, the "Under Forest", exists deep underneath the darkest forest, and it is said that it only moves at night. It is able to manipulate every Insect Digimon at will, so it almost never fights in person. Due to the high density Chrome Digizoid which compose its shell, it is thought to be impossible for ordinary Digimon to even scratch it.
- Evil Counterpart: To HeraklesKabuterimon.
A Cyborg Digimon which boasts of being the largest on land, and the heaviest. The boosters equipped to its back spray downward, supporting the weight of its colossal body, and are used when moving. It has undergone very heavy-duty remodelling, and although its moving speed is by no means fast, its bulky armor makes it unnecessary for it to evade the enemy's attacks, and it is impossible to prevent the backlash of its superweapon, released from the gunport on its chest, unless you are UltimateBrachimon's weight.
UltimateChaosmon is a Digimon born from the fusion of BantyoLeomon, Darkdramon, Valdurmon, and Sleipmon. Because of the strain that comes from fusing four mighty powers at once, Chaosmon's power is concentrated in its arms and they have grown massive as a result. Because it is unable to store its Digicores within its body, so the two of them are now exposed bare upon its shoulders. It is unable to suppress its power, and it constantly flows from its body as though it were leaking out. As such, Rookie digimon and below are unable to approach it without being deleted.
UltimateChaosmon appears as the final enemy of the manga version Digimon Xros Wars, as a form taken by ZeedMillenniumon at the end of the story.
Tropes that are unique to UltimateChaosmn are listed here. For tropes it shares with Chaosmon, please see its own entry.
- And Show It to You: A variant like Chaosmon above, in that its separate Digicores are exposed. Unlike Chaosmon, in this case, they're absolutely huge and look like an enormous pair of eyes.
- Body Horror: Has severely oversized limbs, a withered, out of scale torso, two exposed Digicores that look like enormous eyes, and some of those limbs are twisted, tortured-looking versions of the Digimon that comprise it.
- Eldritch Abomination: Based on the original Eldritch Abomination from Greek Mythology.
- Fusion Dance: Between BantyoLeomon, Darkdramon, Sleipmon, and Valdurmon.
- Good Wings, Evil Wings: Has one bird-like angelic wing, and one demonic dragon wing.
- Greek Mythology: In addition to being named after "chaos", as in "disorder", UltimateChaosmon is also based on certain depictions of the primordial Chaos from this.
- Mother of a Thousand Young: In the Xros Wars manga, its existence begins creating such digimon as Megidramon.
- Top-Heavy Guy: Its arms and Digicores are absolutely massive, but the core of its body is extremely tiny in comparison.
- Walking Wasteland: Rookie-level Digimon and anything lower can't even approach it without being deleted.
- Wave Motion Gun: "Ultima Burst" fires a blast of energy from its Digicores.
- Care-Bear Stare: It can nullify attacks motivated by malice with its Purge Shine attack.
Assorted Wonderswan games depict Valkyrimon as the true Mega form of Hawkmon from Digimon Adventure 02.
- Familiar: The golden bird on its shoulder, Freyr, is one.
- An Ice Person: It can freeze its opponents with Feral Sword.
- The Straight and Arrow Path: It can shoot homing arrows.
- Tornado Move: Its Sanction Storm attack creates tornadoes.
- Valkyries: As the name will tell you, Valkyrimon is based on these female Norse warriors. Its sword and arrow are even named after figures of Norse mythology to drive the point home.
A Demon Beast Digimon with the lower half of a Beast and an upper half covered in a beetle-like shell, VenomVamdemon is the true evolved form of the "King of Darkness", Vamdemon. In unleashing its hidden power, VenomVamdemon possesses nothing but omnicidal, violent impulses. Thus, Vamdemon, who conducted itself in the manner of a gentleman, hates revealing its true form.
VenomVamdemon appears in Digimon Adventure as the evolved form of Vamdemon.
- Breath Weapon: "Inferno" is a blast of fire from VenomVamdemon's mouth.
- Chest Blaster: "Chaos Flame", though it's really more of "mid-torso", or "upper crotch" blaster...
- Eyes Do Not Belong There: Four of them, right there, on its stomach. Or its crotch. It's kind of a toss up.
- Good Wings, Evil Wings: Batwinged, torn, and out of scale with the lower body. There's also a much smaller pair sprouting out of its shoulders, and another slightly larger pair right above its hips.
A subspecies of WarGreymon, whose body is clad in armor of the super-metal "Chrome Digizoid", it easily wields its gigantic crushing sword "Dramon Breaker", and is the "Dragon Warrior of Heroes" that fights against its opponents with unique sword techniques. Furthermore, VictoryGreymon possesses an evolutionary code that differs from Digimon that were naturally born in the Digital World, and it is thought that it is a Digimon that digivolved from a Digi-Egg that was produced due to artificial data intervention.
- BFS: The main difference from WarGreymon is that VictoryGreymon wields one of this.
- Draconic Humanoid: Much like WarGreymon, he's a humanoid dragon.
- Tyke-Bomb: It was deliberately engineered as a Digi-Egg to be so powerful.
A Mega Digimon that governs the freezing lands of the permafrost, where nothing ever thaws. Its fur has become like ice crystals, and is said to be as hard as Chrome Digizoid. With the morning star "Mjöllnir" it carries on its back, it can annihilate a mountain in one swing, distorting space itself. It manages the Ikkakumon and Zudomon corps, and although in the midst of battle it appears as a heartless berserker, it shows a face of great compassion for its subordinates.
- Bruiser with a Soft Center: It is extremely compassionate to its allies in spite of its vicious temperament in battle.
- I Call It "Vera": The morning stars it carries on its back are named Mjöllnir.
- An Ice Person: With Arctic Blizzard, it can flash-freeze an opponent by forcing the surrounding area down to absolute zero.
- Impossibly Cool Weapon: Mjöllnir isn't just a pair of morning stars — it's a pair of morning star nunchucks.
- Literally Shattered Lives: After using Arctic Blizzard, it will usually try to smash the opponent with Mjöllnir.
- Mighty Roar: Bazooka Howl.
A Digimon said to be a dragon that swims in magma, it is thought to live in a place so deep underground that not even Digimon that move about there can reach it. According to some researchers, there are a few who argue that it might have been Volcanicdramon that supported the world from deep beneath the ground ever since the Digital World was created. If it gets to a point where Volcanicdramon rises to the surface, it may be that some kind of crisis is occurring in the Digital World.
- Breath Weapon: Volcanic Flare is a fire breath attack.
- Foe-Tossing Charge: Glide Blaze is an aerial one performed while Wreathed in Flames.
- Hot Wings: Jets of fire can be seen emitting from gaps in its wings.
- Magma Man: Oddly downplayed compared to its previous evolutions. This one puts more emphasis on fire than lava, though it can certainly live in lava.
- Our Dragons Are Different: It's a wyvern made of rock and fire.
- Playing with Fire: Both of its named attacks are fire-themed.
- Wreathed in Flames: It performs its Glide Blaze attack while engulfed in fire.
The vilest, most wicked Digimon through which the "Grudgeful Hand", born from the data of hatred that overflows from the Dark Area, served as the source of evil that caused Myotismon to be forcefully absorbed by Piedmon. It lacks Piedmon and Myotismon's sense of self, and acts according to its will, influenced by the Grudgeful Hand. That will is the eradication of light, so as to consume the world in darkness.
A strong dragon warrior clad in Chrome Digizoid armor and the Mega form of Greymon-species Digimon. Though it differs from other, more monstrous Digimon that bear the Greymon name and has a humanoid form, it has greatly increased its speed and power. The Dramon Killer weapons on its arms are especially effective against Dramon-species Digimon, but because WarGreymon is a dragon-like Digimon itsself, they effectively serve as a double-edged sword and endanger their wielder as well. In addition, the two shells on its back can unite to form the strongest shield, the "Brave Shield."
WarGreymon is the Mega form of the original Agumon, and as such, has a sort of legendary status in the Digimon mythos. It pretty much set the precedent for most of the final forms of protagonist Digimon that came afterwards, including other Digimon that bear the "Greymon" name. It can fuse with MetalGarurumon into Omegamon and has an "evil" counterpart in the form of BlackWarGreymon.
- Bishounen Line: It's described as being as such for the Greymon family in its profile, in that it's humanoid while (most) Greymon are big and monstrous.
- Elemental Absorption: In a variation where the user draws on ambient elemental energy instead of the opponent's attack, WarGreymon's profile describes "Gaia Force" as gathering energy from the surrounding atmosphere and throwing it in the form of a high-temperature energy ball.
- Energy Ball: Its "Gaia Force" technique, which takes the form of a massive fireball.
- Everything's Better with Spinning: "Brave Tornado" and "Great Tornado".
- Flight: Shown to be capable of it in all of its fictional appearances.
- Iconic Logo: The Crest of Courage adorns the "Brave Shield".
- Inconsistent Dub: Just look at its attack listing above. Of course, that's the best we could do for organizational purposes; the fact of the matter is, the dub used different attack names for different attacks regularly.
- Kill It with Fire: "Gaia Force" and "Grey Fire" are both heat and fire based.
- Lizard Folk: Classified as a "Dragon Man" type.
- Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: The Brave Shield, whose halves are mounted on the backs of its shoulders.
- Takes One to Kill One: WarGreymon is a dragon-like Digimon, and the Dramon Killers are effective against other such Digimon. Of course, this doesn't exclude it from being vulnerable to their effects, either.
- Weapon of Choice: The Brave Shield and Dramon Killers.
- Weapon of X-Slaying: Rather infamously, its Dramon Killer weapons.
- Wolverine Claws: The Dramon Killers effectively fit this trope at least visually, occupying the position of its "knuckles" while its actual hands are free.
Because of its mission as a true hero, it must have 100% success in battle. It has imparted the super toughness of the Brave Shield to the Dramon Killers, leading to it possessing perfected equipment of unified offense and defense. Due to its fighting style, in which it instantly plunges into the heart of the enemy with the vernier it has equipped to its back, which boast explosive acceleration at the expense of it being able to fly for extended periods, it has certainly become the strongest form of land combat Digimon.
- Elemental Absorption: Noteworthy because it appears on screen in Digimon X-Evolution, with fiery energy drawn from the ground to create "Gaia Force" and water from the ocean to create "Posideon Force."
- Making a Splash: "Poseidon Force."
- My Hero Zero: Invoked in its "Gaia Force ZERO" and "Grey Fire ZERO" attacks.
- No Range Like Point-Blank Range: Its profile describes it performing "Gaia Force ZERO" this way.
- Power Crystal: Like many other X-Antibody Digimon, it has several of them adorning the armor.
A Majinnote Digimon dressed like a samurai with the lower body of a horse. It is the brave leader of the Musyamon Corps., and though it stands at the top of known warlords, Zanbamon prefers to fight by personally penetrating the enemy's ranks. Its body is fully integrated with its horse's in order to more easily move across the battlefield, and it can fight without losing its balance even during a furious battle. It wields a simple youtou in one hand, and the massive zanbato named "Ryūzan-maru"note in the other.
Zanbamon serves as one of the primary villains of Digimon Next, where is one of the Commandments and a subordinate of Barbamon.
- Anti-Armor: Its "Uchi Kubi Goku Mon" attack can cut the opponent no matter how strong its armor may be.
- Badass Cape: A tattered red cape.
- BFS: The "Ryūzan-maru", which is used in performing "Uchi Kubi Goku Mon".
- Bling of War: Its armor is all colored gold.
- Cool Helmet: It's a visual shout-out to Date Masamune, even.
- Dual Wielding: Wields two katanas two fights.
- I Call It "Vera": The "Ryūzan-maru".
- Our Centaurs Are Different: Its entire lower body is a demonic-looking horse, with Zanbamon's upper torso shoved to the end of the horse's body and the head of the beast intact.
- Sequence Breaking: A non-gameplay example; instead of having a standard Ultimatenote form in between, one of its trading card games indicates it evolves straight from Musyamon. However, other sources indicate it evolves more conventionally, sometimes from Asuramon or Vajramon.
- Sword Beam: "Jumonji Kiri" involves sending out these with its youtou.
- The Dragon Slayer: Invoked in the name of its weapon, the "Ryūzan-maru".
A subspecies of MetalGarurumon, the final form of Garurumon, it is the ultimate beast tank Digimon equipped with the ultimate superdreadnought-class weapon, "Zeed Cannon" (ズィード砲 Z'd Hou?, lit. "Z'd Cannon"). ZeedGarurumon's weapons and ammunition are equipped throughout its body, so its physical strength isn't consumed, and it can sustain a rain of bullets for a long duration. The four laser sights on the tip of its nose have been improved for its ammunition, and can now lock-on to hundreds of objects. Furthermore, ZeedGarurumon possesses an evolutionary code that differs from Digimon that were naturally born in the Digital World, and it is thought that it is a Digimon that digivolved from a Digi-Egg that was produced due to artificial data intervention.
- Tyke-Bomb: It was deliberately altered when it was a Digi-Egg to be more powerful.