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     Agumon 

Agumon - The "Hero"

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An Agumon which inhabits the northern region of Native Forest, he is the other main contender for the most powerful member of Native Forest along with Kunemon. He is seemingly oblivious to what happens south of where he resides, and doesn't bother venturing there often if ever, so he is ignorant to both Coal's existence and that of many of the other inhabitants since they all refuse to go near the powerful Agumon. While he may not know of Coal, Coal feels sickened by there being another Agumon of sorts around who is stronger than him and so he wishes to overcome him one day and prove himself the superior Digimon.

While once Coal may have had some level of respect for him, after he killed Kuwagamon after Kuwagamon could no longer truly fight Coal has nothing but seething hatred for the Digimon and a new-found desire to grow stronger than him to one day kill him and repay him for what he did to Coal's first friend.


  • Absurdly Sharp Claws: Easily capable of shredding any unlucky targets, this has only been enhanced when he digivolved into WarGreymon.
  • Adaptational Badass: Seeing as he's the Agumon from Digimon World, which couldn't ever go past the Ultimate level which this one has, he's much stronger than the video game version of him.
  • Adaptational Jerkass: While the Agumon in Digimon World was your partner through and through, the fact that the quest centers on Coal's point of view paints a very different picture of him, one that isn't as flattering.
  • Adaptation Personality Change: The Agumon from Digimon World didn't have too much of a personality while the quest, due to the different events, have shaped and one could even say helped him develop a personality.
  • Artificial Limbs: When he digivolved into Metal Greymon, his left arm turned mechanical in nature.
  • Bishounen Line: He ends up digivolving into the humanoid War Greymon while all of his other forms were either big, monstrous or a combination of the two.
  • Breath Weapon: He had the traditional Pepper Breath technique all Agumon have which is essentially spitting out an explosive ball of fire. It was upgraded to the much more fearsome Nova Blast when he digivolved to Greymon but after he digivolved again to Metal Greymon, he has since lost any type of Breath Weapon.
  • Challenge Seeker: It was pretty easy to see that he was interested in fighting Coal when the two first met, as the Black Agumon was probably one of the strongest Digimon Agumon had seen be that point. Of course, now he's constantly seeking out Coal for an entirely different reason altogether.
  • Chest Blaster: As a Metal Greymon, he could launch missiles from his chest with his Giga Destroyer technique.
  • Cool Helmet: Gains a rather interesting-looking one when he digivolved into War Greymon.
  • Create Your Own Villain: He essentially turned Coal into the villain to his hero when he killed Kunemon and the two have constantly been at each other's throats ever since.
  • Cyborg: He was part machine and part fire-breathing dinosaur when he turned into Metal Greymon.
  • Dinosaurs Are Dragons: Despite looking a lot like a miniature Tyrannosaurus rex, Agumon are instead classified as Dragon Digimon. His digivolution into War Greymon only emphasizes this, as War Greymon in general are known as the Dragon Man Digimon.
  • Dragon Knight: He became a picture-perfect definition of this when he digivolved into War Greymon.
  • Energy Ball: His Terra Force technique, a standard of the War Greymon species, takes the form of an utterly massive fireball.
  • Elemental Absorption: His Terra Force technique supposedly gathers energy from the surrounding atmosphere before it's thrown in the form of a high-temperature energy ball.
  • Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: Every single point of Agumon's digivolutional line, from Greymon to War Greymon, all emphasize how amazing dinosaurs can be, especially when those dinosaurs can shatter buildings, breathe fire and even fire missiles.
  • Everything's Better with Spinning: His Brave Tornado and Great Tornado attacks involve quite a bit of spinning, making him into a living tornado that slashes apart just about anything.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Even if he's hell-bent on killing Coal, even he won't interrupt someone who's currently grieving for a recently-deceased comrade.
  • Extendable Arms: He gained the ability to do this when he digivolved into Metal Greymon, where he could shoot off his clawed hand due to the fact that it was connected to him via wire, even having its own name in the form of Trident Arm.
  • Fiery Redhead: As a War Greymon, he gains some red hair that flows out of his helmet but even then he always had a rather fiery personality even as an Agumon.
  • Fiery Salamander: He's clearly based on dinosaurs of some description and has fire as his main elemental power, a theme that doesn't change as he digivolves.
  • Fireballs: It was his strongest attack as an Agumon and that stayed the case when he digivolved into Greymon where it was upgraded to the more potent Nova Blast. He briefly lost the ability to do this as Metal Greymon but got it back as War Greymon in the form of his Terra Force attack.
  • Flight: He gained the ability to fly when he digivolved into Metal Greymon, which has wings that, counter to their tattered-looking appearance, fully allow him to fly. He kept the ability as a War Greymon but, seeing as he lost his wings, it's a little unclear just how he manages to keep himself afloat.
  • Flying Brick: He gains the classic power set as soon as he digivolved into War Greymon, although Metal Greymon also fit the bill as well.
  • Foil: He serves as a rather effective one for Coal, seeing as he's basically had Lady Luck smiling down on him since Day One, what with meeting his partner and having a gym to use to power himself up, along with the protection of the Mega-level Jijimon while Coal had to fight to survive every single day and hunt for each and every meal.
  • Good Is Dumb: While he's a steadfast part of the light side, being aligned with Cherubimon first and foremost, the fact of the matter is that Agumon isn't terribly bright. He doesn't seem to do a lot of thinking for himself, relying on either his human partner, friends or superiors to do the thinking for him and generally just relies more on emotion then anything else. Also, his Dump Stat is his intelligence.
  • Heroic Build: He's rather muscular when he digivolved into the humanoid War Greymon.
  • Horn Attack: He could pull this off as a Greymon due to the large, hard horns he was spouting. They even had a few attacks based on them, such as his Great Antler or Horn Impulse attacks.
  • Iconic Logo: He has the Crest of Courage on his Brave Shield, just like any other War Greymon.
  • Kamehame Hadoken: His Terra Force attack really resembles the Spirit Bomb from Dragon Ball Z, to the point of Shout-Out territory.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Even as an Agumon, he specialized in being extremely fast, hard-hitting and durable, something that hasn't changed as he digivolved all the way to Mega.
  • Lizard Folk: His Mega-level form, War Greymon, counts as one, being humanoid but with several reptile-like traits and the species in general are even classified as a Dragon Man type.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: The Brave Shield on his back can be devastating effective when it comes to blocking enemy attacks. It can usually be seen mounted on his back.
  • Misery Builds Character: Even though the death of Jijimon hit him hard, he grew a lot as a person and in power due to the fact that he and his partner struck out on their own directly afterwards.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Due to his blind following of Jijimon, he ended up killing Kunemon, than a Kuwagamon and causing his and Coal's entire rivalry to launch off into the relationship where the two desperately want to murder each other that it is today.
  • Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: He was a Cyborg dinosaur when he was Metal Greymon.
  • Non-Mammalian Hair: He gained some when he digivolved into Metal Greymon and War Greymon, as they both have Fiery Redhead flowing out from their helmets.
  • Nuke 'em: He could launch tactical nuclear missiles from his chest as a Metal Greymon.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: Despite being completely flightless and bipedal, Agumon is still classified as a Dragon Digimon and stays this way even as a War Greymon, which is basically a humanoid dragon wearing armor.
  • Playing with Fire: In just about every form he takes outside of his Ultimate, the ability to use fire against his opponents is a key theme.
  • Series Mascot: While he's certainly not the mascot of the quest, Agumon in general are essentially the face of the Digimon franchise.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: As War Greymon, his Non-Mammalian Hair is red while his eyes are green.
  • Spin Attack: His Brave Tornado technique as a War Greymon involves this where he spins like a drill with his claws over his head.
  • Tail Slap: He could do this as a Greymon and Metal Greymon with his Tail Whip and Tail Crash attacks, along with just bluntly slamming it into his enemies, seeing as his tail was nothing less than pure muscle and battle-hardened skin.
  • Takes One to Kill One: Seeing as War Greymon is a dragon-like Digimon, and the Dramon Killers it uses are effective against other such Digimon. Of course, this doesn't exclude him from being vulnerable to his own weapons either.
  • The Rival: This is his main role in the story when it comes to him and Coal, the rivalry itself would've only simmered at a not-so friendly rivalry but took a turn for the worse when he ended up killing Kunemon, one of Coal's best friends.
  • Tyrannosaurus rex: Agumon is essentially a tiny one [[spoiler:, Greymon is a properly-sized one with a horned helmet while Metal Greymon is an enormous, Cyborg one.
  • Weapon of Choice: Since he digivolved into War Greymon, the Brave Shield and his Dramon Killers are his go-to weapons for every fight.
  • Wolverine Claws: He had a nasty pair of these when he was an Agumon that could easily tear through other Digimon due to just how strong he was and it's only gotten worse since he digivolved into War Greymon.
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     Gotsumon 

Gotsumon - The Big-Little Guy

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A rather unintelligent rock Digimon, Gotsumon can usually be seen in Agumon's company, first making his appearance by fighting Sovrano and Coal while Greymon attacked and killed Kuwagamon, thoroughly earning both the Impmon and BlackAgumon's eternal hatred. After the fight between him and Coal in the Tropical Jungle, he managed to snag the [[spoiler: Human Spirit of Earth and digivolve into Grumblemon but not before losing his Golemon form and data.

Working with Agumon, Gotsumon doesn't seem to really have any malice for anybody, being far too dumb to realize or understand that Coal and his friends don't want to be killed but fights them anyways due to thinking that that's what he should do.


  • Ain't Too Proud to Beg: He startes groveling, or at least tries to, when his escape plan is foiled and Coal is bearing down on him. It doesn't really work.
  • Back for the Dead: After dying the first time, he shows up again with a lack of memories but apparently having been found by MetalGreymon, only to be quickly pushed off a cliff by Rika not five minutes after his reappearance. Though unfortunately for Coal and his friends...
  • Back from the Dead: He came back once more, some time after Coal died, and din't die almost immediately, and has rejoined his group as a natural Gigasmon.
  • Breath Weapon: He got one when he digivolved into Golemon in the form of his Curse Crimson technique which takes the form of a gigantic blast of hot gas.
  • Combat Pragmatist: He doesn't mind sneak-attacking someone or, when he digivolves into Grumblemon, hiding underground or even outright running when he's known he's lost.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: His first time dying is being sliced apart by Coal's sword length and height-wise while his second death is him being pushed over the edge of a gigantic cliff.
  • Curbstomp Battle: He definitely dished some of these out to Coal and his friends when he could, such as their first fight where Coal couldn't break though his absurd defenses, but he's also been on the other side of things like when he and Coal fought again in Misty Trees. Of course, he ended up on the worst side of things when he reappeared after his death, only to be quickly pushed off a cliff by Rika only a few moments after his reintroduction.
  • De-Power: Happens to him a few times, as he ends up losing his Champion-level form to Coal right before he became Grumblemon, weakening his power boost severely, and had his Beast Spirit stolen from him by Duskmon.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: Throughout all of his evolutions, from Gotsumon to Gigasmon, his elemental powers have all circled around mud, dirt and earth in general. He even becomes the Human and Beast Spirit of Earth.
  • Disney Villain Death: The second time around, he ends up getting pushed off of a cliff by Rika and vanishes beneath the canopy before anyone can visually see him die.
  • Drop the Hammer: When he got his hands on the Human Spirit of Earth, he digivolved into Grumblemon who's Weapon of Choice is a hammer.
  • Dumb Muscle: He gets rather impressively strong in the physical sense as he digivolves and gets the Spirits of Earth but it doesn't stop him from being rather dumb in the head.
  • Facial Markings: As a Grumblemon, he has red markings under each eye and one on his nose.
  • Fast Tunnelling: He gained the ability to dig through the earth rather easily when he turned into Grumblemon.
  • Golem: His state as a Gotsumon, Golemon and Gigasmon thoroughly make him qualified, seeing as they're all human-shaped earth elementals.
  • Know When to Fold 'Em: He has no problem with running away if things aren't looking good for him or the battle has shifted in his enemies' favor.
  • Our Giants Are Bigger: Gigasmon is based off of a Gigas but he really isn't all that big, especially compared to his earlier form, Golemon. He is rather physically imposing though.
  • Our Gnomes Are Weirder: Grumblemon is definitely an odd-looking Digimon, what with its muscled arms, gigantic nose and squat stature.
  • Rock Monster: As a Gotsumon, he's nothing more then a human-shaped being made up of rocks which doesn't change when he digivolves into Golemon, a massive humanoid beast made up of rock and string and then taken even further when he turns into Gigasmon.
  • Sinister Schnoz: Both Grumblemon and Gigasmon have rather large ones, easily crossing over into Gag Nose territory.
  • Smash Mook: Gotsumon is rather unintelligent to an absurd degree, not even being able to form complete sentences, but in exchange he's rather good at dishing out damage and extroardinarly good at taking hits, it's just that he's never really gone past the point of tactically thinking outside of just punching an enemy.
  • Spin Attack: He gained the ability to pull one of these off when he turned into Gigasmon and got access to the form's Quakmire Twister technique.
  • Stone Wall / Mighty Glacier: He starts out with rather high defenses and health but, as he digivolves to Golemon and then into Grumblemon and Gigasmon through the Spirits of Earth, he can eventually dish out hard-hitting blows but ends up slower then dirt.
  • The Brute: He's pretty strong for a non-partner Digimon and seems to like fighting but he's a little lacking in the intelligence department.
  • The Dragon: He served this role to Agumon, being his sidekick and friend, although he was more of a strong fighter then he was a thrilling conversationalist.
  • Tunnel King: Becoming Grumblemon gave him the ability to dig through dirt and earth faster than he could move above-ground.
  • You No Take Candle: Used to highlight his lack of intelligence, he started out talking like this when he first met Coal.

     Biyomon 

Biyomon - Rival Born of Beauty

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A Bird Digimon who works with Agumon and Gotsumon, she's generally run into and fought with Coal a few times before she found the Human Spirit of Wind in the Great Canyon and became Kazemon. While she's generally not as brutal as her companions, she does have a hatred for Coal due to him being the cause of her sister's death.


  • Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: Like all Biyomon, she has a metal ring around her left leg, resembling an ID tag that naturalists usually place on birds to track them down after rescuing them.
  • Bird People: She ends up becoming both Kazemon and Zephyrmon, the former being more fairy-like than bird but the latter is more par the course.
  • Blow You Away: As a Biyomon, she naturally has access to a few wind techniques which only becomes all the more prominent when she turns into Kazemon and later Zephyrmon, the Human and Beast Spirits of Wind.
  • Breath Weapon: She gaines one when she digivolves into Birdramon in the form of Fireballs.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: She ends up getting crushed to death by Rain's tentacles, something that thankfully happens offscreen.
  • Cute Bruiser: While she was rather adorable as a Biyomon, her looks rapidly increased when she turned into Kazemon and then again as Zephyrmon.
  • Cute Monster Girl: Her Beast Spirit form is one of the most human-looking of them all and it's rather attractive. It's actually lampshaded by Rain who gets rather pissed off by the fact that her rival's Beast Spirit form is gorgeous while Calmaramon...isn't.
  • Department of Redundancy Department: Spiral Twister. In the original, it's just called Magical Fire.
  • Designated Girl Fight: Just about every time she shows up, she usually can be found duking it out with Rain. It doesn't end well for her.
  • Distracted by the Sexy: Her outfit as Kazemon alludes to this rather heavily.
  • Dude Magnet: When she digivolves into Kazemon, she gets her own fanbase of Digimon who like the way she looks. Funnily enough, this happens twice when she reincarnates into Sakura for the same reason.
  • Expy: She is the Biyomon from Digimon Adventure.
  • Facial Markings: Gains a green stripe on both cheeks and on both sides of her forehead when she turns into Kazemon.
  • Fanservice: Digivolving into the scantily-clad Kazemon really seems to attract quite a bit of attention from other Digimon, not to mention the fact that she's got her own fanbase as a result of her looks.
  • Feather Fingers: Deconstructed; her wings end in claws that allow her to grip objects but, as a consequence, Biyomon in general aren't the best flyers.
  • Fireballs: She gained the ability to launch quite a few of these when she digivolved into Bidramon, either with her Fireball technique which shoots out of her mouth or her Meteor Wing technique which is more of a Spam Attack shot out from her fiery wings.
  • Flight: While she's not the greatest at flying, she can still do it, being a Bird Digimon with wings and all. This continues to be a trend for her entire digivolutional line from Birdramon all the way to Zephyrmon.
  • Giant Flyer: Digivolving into the massive Birdramon definitely makes her one, although she loses quite a bit of size when she grabs the Human Spirit of Wind and turns into Kazemon.
  • Identity Amnesia: When she dies and is reborn as Sakura, she has absolutely no idea that she was the Cherubimon-aligned Kazemon in her past life.
  • Kick Chick: As a Kazemon, her entire fighting style is based around a lot of hip and leg-based attacks, even including some Capoeira styled handstand kicks. She doesn't do a lot of kicking when she turns into Zephyrmon though, as the form has bird-like feet which aren't the greatest when it comes to kicking.
  • Killed Off for Real: In a sense. She ends up dying by Rain's hands but, due to having all of her data absorbed by the Ranamon, she gets reborn as Rain and Coal's daughter, Sakura, with no recollection or memories of her past life.
  • Mix-and-Match Critters: Birdramon is a cross between a bird and a dragon.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Her outfits as both a Kazemon and Zephyrmon are rather revealing, to say the least.
  • Noisy Nature: As Birdramon, she's capable of letting out a very loud avian shriek.
  • Official Couple: She ends up in a relationship with Agunimon who is Agumon from Digimon Adventure. When she dies and reincarnates into Sakura, there's even some Ship Tease between her and Rex, the reincarnated Agunimon.
  • One-Way Visor: Sports one when she grabs the Human Spirit of Wind and turns into Kazemon.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: Birdramon is a -Dramon Digimon, making her a dragon even if there's very little draconic about her though. She loses all draconic traits when she turns into Kazemon.
  • Our Fairies Are Different: She's essentially an adult human woman with large fairy wings on her back.
  • Playing with Fire: She has access to the Spiral Twister technique, a double-helix of fire, like all Biyomon do. She upgrades this to the more potent Meteor Wing and Fireball attacks when she digivolves into Birdramon.
  • Polly Wants a Microphone: She's a bird that can talk, which is par the course when it comes to Digimon in general who, with very few exceptions, can all talk.
  • Razor Wind: Zephyrmon's Hurricane Gale technique is essentially a Spam Attack of these.
  • Spin Attack: Kazemon's Tempest Kick and Hurricane Kick techniques both involve a bit of spinning.
  • Stripperiffic: Both her Kazemon and Zephyrmon forms are rather scantily-clad and attractive.
  • Tertiary Sexual Characteristics: She's pink, has jewelry in the form of the metal ring around her leg, her feathers form a hair-like structure and wears female lingerie as a Kazemon.
  • The Lost Lenore: She ends up being this for Agunimon after her death.
  • The Phoenix: Biyomon in general are brightly-colored birds who have a loose association with fire which only becomes all the more prominent when she digivolves into Birdramon.
  • The Rival: She serves as this when it comes to Rain, having laughed at the ugly Hagurumon when they were all Rookies which developed into Rain's hatred and despise born of jealousy over Kazemon and Zephyrmon's beauty.
  • The Smurfette Principle: She was really the only noticeable female when it came to Coal's rivals and Cherubimon's team of Agumon and the spirit-wielders.
  • Toothy Bird: She gains a mouth full of jagged, sharp-looking teeth when she digivolves into Birdramon, fitting as the name for the species itself is a combination of the words bird and dramon/dragon.
  • Tornado Move: She has the ability to conjure a tornado of wind as a Biyomon which only grows stronger when she turns into Kazemon and Zephyrmon.
  • Wind Is Green: It's her secondary coloration as a Kazemon.
  • Winged Humanoid: She gains large, pixie-like wings when she turns into Kazemon which turn into proper bird wings when she got her hands on the Beast Spirit of Wind and became Zephyrmon.
  • Women Are Wiser: Among her friends in Agumon, Gotsumon, Agunimon and Beetlemon, she seems to be the most level-headed and intelligent, willing to think things through and not afraid of a little time spent for introspection.
  • Wreathed in Flames: Her digivolution into Birdramon definitely counts, seeing as the species in general are giant birds almost completely covered in flames.

     Agunimon 

Agunimon - Spirit of Fire

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First met when the meeting between Daemon and Cherubimon was taking place, Agunimon is one of the spirit-wielding Digimon under Cherubimon's banner and embodies the best elements of the Light should be: caring, compassionate, a savior and bastion to the weak no matter the type or species and, overall, just a really stand-up guy.

One of the nicest, or at least sympathetic, of Coal's enemies, Agunimon is a firm believer in his own honor code, wherein the merciless deletion of weaker foes is looked down upon and every Digimon is deserving of a second chance.


  • Arm Cannon: He gains one on each wrist when he turns into BurningGreymon.
  • Anime Hair: As the Human Spirit of Fire, he has a pretty weird hairstyle, namely a burst of blonde hair that goes all the way down to his back, almost like a mane.
  • Cute Little Fangs: Oddly enough, despite being humanoid in form and a generous distance away from the Rookie level where this trope is rather prominent, Agunimon does have two canines that poke out of his mouth even when it's closed.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Despite the fact that both of his forms are Demon types, Agunimon himself is actually one of the nicest Digimon around, being a protector of the weak and defenseless while also having a rather kind and caring attitude.
  • Determinator: If there's one thing Agunimon won't do, it's stop fighting. Case in point, his duel with Coal has him ripped open, bleeding data everywhere and on the verge of exhaustion, a state that would outright kill any other Digimon, but Agunimon just gets back up and keeps on fighting.
  • Elemental Powers: He's the Human Spirit of Fire and later gains the ability to turn into the Beast Spirit of Fire so it's rather obvious what his main elemental power is. It's fire.
  • Elemental Punch: It's one of his signature moves, throwing a haymaker while his hand is coated in fire. He can even launch the fire off of his arm as a ranged attack and even perform some Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs that basically explode on impact.
  • Expy: He is the Agumon from Digimon Adventure, or at least his reincarnation, so their personalities are essentially the same.
  • Facial Markings: He's got two red stripes on both of his cheeks.
  • Fiery Salamander: He's more humanoid then lizard until he gets his Beast Spirit but the motif is still there. One of his attacks even has salamander in the name, namely his Burning Salamander technique.
  • Friendly Enemy: He's the closest Coal has ever gotten to being friends with an enemy/rival due to his merciful approach when it comes to all Digimon, including Strings, Meramon and Char. It seems Agunimon himself is aware of the fact that the two of them, if circumstances were different, could be rather close friends when he hands the Beast Spirit of Wood back to Coal.
  • Gold Makes Everything Shiny: Both Agunimon and BurningGreymon have gold as their secondary color scheme for their armor.
  • Heroic BSoD: He suffers two of them back to back when his lover Kazemon dies at the enemies' hands and it's revealed that Tank/Sideways is a double-agent that's been planning on betraying them.
  • Hot-Blooded: He can get rather fired up when everything starts getting a little hectic or a Plot Twist happens, such as when Duskmon betrayed him and his friends by stabbing Kazemon, an action that lead to the Wind Spirit's demise.
  • Hot Wings: He grows a pair of these when he gets his hands on the Beast Spirit of Fire and gains the ability to turn into BurningGreymon.
  • Idiot Hero: To a small extent, as his attempts to protect every weak Digimon isn't exactly the kind of strategy that flies well in a place like the Digital World and has earned him the scorn/disapproval of both Duskmon and Coal himself. It doesn't help that Agunimon usually follows his emotions rather then anything else.
  • Killed Off for Real: He was apparently killed off sometime after Coal spared his life during their battle in Freezeland, a fact Coal only learned when Daemon noted that Rex is the reincarnation of Digimon Adventure Agumon, the same Digimon Agunimon was.
  • Killed Offscreen: It's generally unclear just how Agunimon died, as Coal and everybody else was only alerted to it when Rex came onto the scene a little bit after the Freezeland Arc, although it's likely that someone took advantage of his weakened state after his fight with Coal.
  • Law of Chromatic Superiority: His primary color is red and he's noted to be one of the strongest Digimon of Agumon's group.
  • Lightning Bruiser: He mixes extremely-high speed and attack to devastating effect, easily keeping pace with Coal when he was already tired. He's a bit of a Jack-of-All-Stats though when it comes to everything else, as he's certainly not as prone to collapsing when a heavy hit lands than other Digimon that are built like him.
  • Nice Guy: Above all else, Agunimon is just one of the nicest Digimon you'll probably ever meet. Compassionate, kind-hearted, willing to protect the weak and rather honorable to boot, it's been noted that, in another life, he and Coal probably would've been friends.
  • Our Demons Are Different: Agunimon himself is actually a Demon Man Digimon, oddly enough.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: BurningGreymon, his Beast Spirit form, is based on a Vritra, an evil dragon from Vedic folklore.
  • Playing with Fire: Well, he's the Human Spirit of Fire, so it's his main method of fighting. He usually uses his control over fire to enhance his close quarters combat though, like lighting his fists on fire.
  • Ship Tease / Official Couple: It's learned through an omake that he and Kazemon are in a committed relationship, although it hits a rough spot when Kazemon dies. Oddly enough though, when Agunimon dies as well, his reincarnated self, Rex, has some Ship Tease moments with Sakura, the reincarnated Kazemon.
  • Sigil Spam: He has a stylized fire kanji located on the two armor pieces on his waist/outer thigh.
  • Spam Attack: He has one in the form of a flame-boosted Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs and also BurningGreymon's Pyro Barrage technique.
  • The Lost Lenore: He has one in the form of Kazemon who sacrificed herself to give him and his allies enough time to retreat.
  • Tragic Keepsake: He's seen carrying around a necklace he was planning on giving to Kazemon before her death.
  • Wreathed in Flames: He can do this to himself through the use of his Pyro Tornado technique and, when he Slide Digivolves into BurningGreymon, he gains access to the form's Wildfire Tsunami attack.

     Beetlemon 

Beetlemon - Spirit of Thunder

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Possessing the Human Spirit of Thunder and taking its form, not much is known about Beetlemon, as he's often taken a backseat to other characters such as his Best Friend Agunimon or Agumon. What is known about him is that he works rather well with the former in combat and he enjoys walking around the forested areas of the Digital World.


  • Arm Cannon: When he gains the ability to turn into MetalKabuterimon, he gains two massive cannon arms.
  • Big Creepy-Crawlies: Subverted, as while Beetlemon and MetalKabuterimon are based on bugs, Beetlemon is a heavily-armored humanoid and MetalKabuterimon is completely mechanical.
  • Elemental Powers: Due to being the Human Spirit of Thunder, Beetlemon is nearly unmatched in his ability to conjure, control and attack with electricity. This only grows exponentially in power when he gains the ability to turn into MetalKabuterimon, the Beast Spirit of Thunder.
  • Flight: As a Beetlemon, he supposedly has the ability to fly, although he's never gotten the chance to show it off due to being Out of Focus.
  • Ground Punch: One of his attacks granted to him by just being a Beetlemon is the ability to charge his fist full of electricity before pounding it into the ground, releasing a gigantic burst of thunder that travels along the ground.
  • Out of Focus: Among all of Coal's enemies, such as Agumon, Biyomon, Agunimon and the like, Beetlemon has gotten the least attention or characterization and, as a result of that, not much about the Human Spirit of Thunder is known outside of him being aligned with Cherubimon and working rather well in battle alongside Agunimon.
  • Shock and Awe: He's the Human Spirit of Thunder, being able to attack with the raw power of electricity comes with the territory.
  • Shoulders of Doom: Being a Beetlemon, he naturally has these as a part of his design.
  • Sigil Spam: Like all of the Hybrid Digimon, he has the kanji for his respective element, Thunder, somewhere on each of his forms.
  • Tank Goodness: He gains tank treads in place of normal feet when he turns into his Beast Spirit form and it's also his bulkiest form.
  • Unusual Weapon Mounting: As MetalKabuterimon, he has an utterly massive cannon on his head.

Blood Knights

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     Crimson 
The leader of the Blood Knights and brother to Cecilia. Coming from an underprivileged and harsh background, he is quite driven to succeed even if it means spilling blood to do it.

     Damien 
One of the higher ranking Blood Knight officers, he is partnered with Etemon.

     Etemon 
Damien's partner and former announcer at fighting events. Implied to be a reincarnation of the Etemon from Digimon Adventure.

Marcus' Group

     Marcus 
A Human who is aligned with Cherubimon and the Blood Knights, being quite the blood knight himself. His tendency to punch first and ask questions later has caused problems between him and Smoke.
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     Gaia Two 
A clone of War Greymon, he is Marcus' partner and fights right alongside him. Named after Gaia, his father's friend.

     Henry 
A reasonable Human who is about the only thing keeping Marcus from just punching everything on his way through the Digital World. Partnered with Terriermon.

     Terriermon 
Henry's battle-loving partner who is not quite as calm and reserved as him.

Demon Lord's Forces

     Duskmon 

Duskmon - Spirit of Darkness

  • Absurd Cutting Power: His blade can easily cut through most digimon which is to be expected given his age and status as a spirit user.
  • Absurdly Sharp Blade: Every time he uses one of his swords its cutting is demonstrated by easily cutting through any mon including coal's chrome digizoid armor.
  • Ancient Artifact: Uses the corrupted spirits of darkness
  • Cavalry Betrayal: After a fierce battle between agunimon beetlemon and metalgreymon that wasnt going well Duskmon showed up just after arbormon lost his beast spirt. As things looked like they were about to turn around he struck down arbormon after he thought he was being helped by a friend.
  • Dead Serious: Every time he appears he is shown to be a no nonsense sort of person who gets right to the point.
  • Devil in Plain Sight: With the way he acted around the other spirits in the holy union its a wonder no one saw him as a possible enemy.
  • Didn't See That Coming: Was actually surprised when rain's attack was actually able to land on him at the battle of chrome mine.
  • Double Agent: Pretended to be on the side of the holy union for a while before betraying them and forcing them to retreat from a decisive battle that ended with the death of kazemon by rain.
  • Eye Beams: Is capable of firing of beams of darkness from the eyes around his bodies.
  • Eyes Do Not Belong There: Has eyes on his chest, shoulders, knees, and feet.
  • False Friend: Even though he wasnt much of a talker or very nice arbormon honestly though of him as a friend this makes his death at his hands that more tragic.
  • Lack of Empathy: So far he hasn't shown any ability to empathize with other people not even showing any emotion for his so called comrades.
  • Obvious Judas: Players saw his betrayal coming a mile away because of his actions and source material but no could precisely tell when he would pull it off.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Has nine creepy blood red eyes
  • The Dragon: A dragon for Lucemon and a major antagonist for coal and his allies.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: He killed arbormon soon after he lost his beast spirit stating such weakness and failure is not to be permitted.

Other

     IceDevimon 

Ice Devimon - Serial Killer

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One of the most dangerous and unhinged Digimon around, IceDevimon first appeared when Coal and Sovrano journeyed to the Tropical Jungle and, through one of their many fights with Agumon and co., ended up getting separated from each other. Showing himself to be rather smug, sociopathic and downright chilling when it comes to his attitude towards other Digimon, he quickly makes himself the biggest threat in the jungle and takes a rather unnerving and pointed interest in Inari.


  • An Ice Person: As an IceDevimon, he's naturally got a talent for killing people with ice. While that's par the course for the Digital World, he takes it a gruesome step forward in using his powers to preserve the Digimon he's killed as makeshift trophies.
  • Ax-Crazy: His form of entertainment is freezing Digimon solid, killing them and preserving their bodies, and likely their shocked and fearful expressions right before their deaths, in stalagmites and stalactites located all around his personal abode in the Freeze Ravine.
  • Blood Knight: His main motivation, outside of his sociopathic amusement in killing those weaker than him, is essentially power above all else. Seeing as some of the Digimon noted in his cavernous home are Mega-level Digimon, he's certainly gathered quite a bit of it.
  • Breath Weapon: He has one in the form of a blast of freezing-cold air.
  • Chest Insignia: Like all IceDevimon, he has the Mark of Evil located front and center on his chest.
  • Creepily Long Arms: Like regular Devimon, he's got a pair of arms that go all the way past his knees.
  • Creepy Souvenir: An entire cave full of ice blocks containing dead and terrified Digimon that run the range of Rookie to Mega.
  • Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors: He's of the Virus attribute, making him particularly well-suited to fighting Data-type Digimon but weak against Vaccine-types like Sorcerymon.
  • Evil Is Deathly Cold: Along with the fact that he's an icy version of Devimon, he doesn't usually show a ton of emotion unless something's gone wrong for him.
  • Evil Plan: He essentially wants Inari as a partner, and gives her the option of joining him by deleting Sovrano, of whom he seems jealous of for gaining Inari's affection.
  • Good Wings, Evil Wings: He's got a pair of giant, batlike wings on his back and he's one of the evilest characters encountered even long after he's dead and gone.
  • In Love with Your Carnage: Part of the reason he seems attracted to Inari in the first place is due to him seeing a few similarities between them, namely that both he and Inari hunted other Digimon constantly to become as powerful as they are.
  • Killed Off for Real: He ends up being killed by Sovrano after he digivolves into the Champion-level Sorcerymon.
  • Knight of Cerebus: While things in the Tropical Jungle weren't all that great, everything took a turn for the worst when IceDevimon decided to show himself, nearly killing Sovrano and easily leagues above everyone in terms of his personal power.
  • Not So Different: He thought this of Inari due to their shared habit of continuously hunting down Digimon for power, although he didn't take into account that Inari placed her love for Sovrano over getting stronger.
  • Palette Swap: IceDevimon in general are ice-themed versions of a regular Devimon.
  • Serial Killer: Again, the icy cave filled to the brim with the frozen remains of his victims.
  • The Sociopath: From taking an absurd amount of delight in killing other Digimon to keeping their dead, horrified bodies frozen in ice and situated all around his lair, IceDevimon certainly isn't the most kind or mentally stable Digimon around.
  • The Woobie: His backstory sheds some light on exactly why he is the way he is: namely due to the fact that all of his friends were slaughtered right in front of him gruesomely by a group of Demon Lord-affiliated Fiendmon and he himself was only saved at the last second by an unknown force, although there's hints that it was a Cherubimon.
  • Winged Humanoid: Just like a regular Devimon, he's a tall, humanoid figure with gigantic bat wings on his back.
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