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Bedivere Stormheart

Slayerdramon

A charismatic, well-known war hero known for holding fast in the face of overwhelming odds, Bedivere is a heroic, noble knight, accustomed to pulling acts of extreme heroics under the orders of others. However, when thrust into command of the Peacemakers, he is also forced to face his own heroes, the Royal Knights, and initially proves poor against them. Over time he becomes more of a heroic figure able to face up to the knights alongside his fellows, and turns out able to match even Artorius himself. Once he achieves his Examon form Bedivere becomes even stronger, and by the end of the Crusade, is able to face Artorius on fairly even footing. However things take unexpected turns as Amatsu-Mikaboshi is unleashed, forcing Bedivere to take up the Black Sword and face the terror with his allies. Ultimately they prevail, ushering in a new era of peace with Bedivere the new Lord of the Empty Seat.

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  • Badass Cape: His is red as opposed to the regular green for Slayerdramon.
  • Badass Normal: Much of Bedivere's character dynamic in relation to Thor is designed around this, he lacks the raw power of a god, yet can be powerful anyway. He also becomes this in relation to the Royal Knights, fitting how he wants to be like them when they're all Badass Normals to start with (though Artorius, Percival and Lancelot in particular go beyond the levels of 'normal' given the Alpha In-Force, Power of Miracles and Omega In-Force).
  • Cool Sword: The Fragarach, which aside from being a sword can become a chain-whip for the Koryu Slash attack.
  • Custom Uniform: In relation to regular Slayerdramon, his armor is more bluish, his cape is red and his sword is more Arthurian in design than scimitar-style.
  • Determinator
  • The Hero: Aside from his backstory, Bedivere becomes this for the Peacemakers as their leader.
  • Knight In Shining Armour
  • Prophetic Name: Bedivere is named for the knight 'Bedivere' of Arthurian legend, who casts the Excalibur back to the Lady of the Lake, at King Arthur's request. Guess who does this to the Black Sword at Artorius' request?
  • There Is No Kill Like Overkill: Avalon's Gate. That is all. The best example being on Angra Mainyu. Pump the guy full of fire, ice and viral shells, then use an explosive to shatter his skull and explode his head from the killing blow.
  • Took a Level in Badass: When he gets his Examon form, Bedivere gets massively more powerful and gains access to more ranged potential than in either of his other forms. He also gets his signature finish, Avalon's Gate.
  • Wide-Eyed Idealist
  • You Shall Not Pass!: In the backstory, Bedivere pulls one of these against a trio of Diaboromon, holding them back before mounting a counterattack with troops under his command, and killing one of them alone.

Caradoc Stern

Valkyrimon

The son of a noble of the same name, Caradoc was raised to atone for his father's shame of abandoning Odin in battle. As such he wants to do this a lot and much of his initial personality is focused entirely around this dynamic, as is his signature darker appearance for his species. Later he serves as a secondary hero to Bedivere, having established a love interest in the form of Guinier, and a new motivation of a Roaring Rampage of Revenge against the Royal Knights. This is added to with the addition of a new form, Dynasmon X, bestowed on him by Galahad when the Knight got his Redemption Equals Death.Ultimately he is able to atone the shame driving him on throughout, by helping to defeat Amatsu-Mikaboshi.

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  • The Atoner: Very much Caradoc's motivation and signature point. He wants to atone for the shame his father commited. This motivation, however, weakens as he comes to realize that sins of the fathers don't need to become those of the son.
  • Custom Uniform: His clothes and armor are black and silver as opposed to the normal white and gold, reflecting his darker aspects and tendencies.
  • Darker and Edgier: Only Kheprius could possibly claim to have a past as dark, and even he doesn't quite reach how dark Caradoc can get, particularly during his Roaring Rampage of Revenge. He's also Darker and Edgier in comparison to Bedivere and Guinier, who are quite heroic, idealistic figures.
  • Determinator: He never stops, even facing up to Royal Knights who are majorly stronger than he is in the pursuit of atonement.
  • {{"I Know You're In There Somewhere" Fight}}: With Guinier. Subverted because she is but can't get out, so he has to beat down her Deadly Upgrade until she's unconscious before she'll stop.
  • Jerkass: He can be this occasionally, but he mellows out more and more as time goes on.
  • Kill 'em All: He starts to act disturbingly like this regarding the Royal Knights by the end of Unholy Crusade. The Chaos Lords too, but they're justified in that it's 'them or us'.
  • The Lancer: To Bedivere.
  • Love Interest: To Guinier, and she is the same for him. The two are the first couple of the RPG to reveal their feelings, and they remain strong throughout.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: Dynasmon X.
  • Parental Abandonment: Inverted with his father, as the problem there is that his father pressures him to a horrific degree (it's commented in Devil's Ascent that Caradoc used to be quiet and submissive when he first joined the military due to this). Played horribly straight with his mother who was forced to abandon him by his father because she disagreed with her son being treated that way. Her fate is currently unknown.
  • Purple Eyes
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: He uses this as a motivation in the latter half of the RPG, partly in retribution for the Siege, and partly for Guinier's forced transformation and brainwashing into Megidramon by Angra Mainyu.
  • The Lancer: To Bedivere, the two are pretty much thematic opposites, a well-known hero liked and admired, and a shamed son whose family are the targets of hate and abuse. The two face off on occasion.
  • There Is No Kill Like Overkill: Played pretty damn straight during the fight against the Royal Knights' assembled mooks during the storming of Camelot. Various lower-level mook Digimon vs. one very pissed-off Dynasmon X who happens to be strongest Digimon known at that point. What do you think happens? Galahad even reigns him in about it after the overkill goes too far.
  • Tough Love: His dad was big on this, mostly to prepare him for the 'career choice' of being the instrument of atonement.
  • Tragic Hero: He seems partly inclined this way during some of his monologues on his atonement, determining that he will atone for the shame even if it costs him his life.
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: He used to be this, and to a degree, he still is. Why else would he go back home post-UC? Admittedly his dad wasn't supposed to come back, but how do we know Caradoc didn't want some thanks from the old man? Which he didn't get.
  • You're Not My Father: Possibly.

Guinier Stormheart

Aero Veedramon / Ulforce Veedramon

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  • Action Girl: Played with. At first she's fairly useless in Royal Knight fights because against the majority of Knights, her weaponry just isn't good enough to deal with them. Her RK counterpart, Tristan, has the benefit of being plain faster and having more experience. Then she gets Megidramon and plays the trope straight. And then she gets Future Mode.
  • Big Brother Mentor: Bedivere. He's a well-known war hero, legendary leader and generally the celebrity. Guinier is just his older sister. Subverted by her being the older sibling. By the end of UC, though, the balance is more even as Bedivere loses his Infinity Plus One Sword and Guinier gains both Megidramon and her Future Mode, basically giving her the power-skill aspects which Examon combines for Bedivere.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: When Angra Mainyu forces her evolution to Megidramon. Caradoc has to physically beat her out of the form, which initially doesn't work. Then he gets Dynasmon X.
  • Deadly Upgrade: Megidramon, the first time. It's still as deadly the other times, but she has control and the Digital Hazard, the 'deadly' part, hasn't had much impact beyond copius destruction of the immediate scenery. Yet.
  • Fragile Speedster: And how. Her Future Mode, however, plays off the fragile part by being so fast she's near-impossible to hit unless the attacker can move just as fast. Completely averted with Megidramon though, which is a tank.
  • Laser Blade: In her Ulforce Veedramon forms, she has two attached to her wrists. In Future Mode, she also has a laser shield she can conjure from the air.
  • Love Interest: To Caradoc.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: With herself, believe it or not. Her Ulforce Veedramon forms are blue, fast knight Digimon. Her Megidramon form is a colossal, red strength-oriented dragon Digimon.

Thor Odinson

Imperialdramon Paladin Mode

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Svarog Gilgamesh

Apollomon

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Michael Ha'Yisrael

Magna Angemon

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Samael Cain

Beelzemon

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Gigas Kranatos

Hercules Kabuterimon

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Nocchi Marion

Puppetmon

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Sha Wujing

Shawjamon

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Tyr Koenig

Victory Greymon

An incredibly nice, optimistic and friendly individual. He's not always the brightest, but he always means well and tries his best to be a hero. He's quick to forgive and often prefers to reason with opponents rather than fight them. When he does fight them, he always goes for non-lethal, non-crippling blows. Tyr made a vow to never kill anybody ever. His goal in life is to be like his heroes, the Royal Knights. When he's sad, he always puts on a happy face to keep up others' morale, despite how awful he feels on the inside.

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  • A Friend in Need:
  • Adorkable: He's an awkward, clumsy, sweet individual who happens to be a massive Royal Knight fanboy. He also has all their action figures.
  • Apologetic Attacker
  • Apologizes a Lot
  • Appropriated Appellation: Tyr doesn't seem to realize that his nickname "The Brick Wall of Fire" was actually intended to mock his idiocy and his lack of creativity in fights.
  • Ascended Fanboy: Strangely, it’s a tragic example. He idolizes the Royal Knights so much, when they disband after their ranks are decimated and when its suggested that the Peacemakers are to become the new Royal Knights, he doesn’t think that any of them, especially himself, are worthy to take their place. His goal in life was to become like the Royal Knights, but when he finally does, he casts the role aside out of his inferiority complex.
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: See above.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: It takes a lot to anger Tyr, but if you do... More specifically, Sir Galahad was forced to use Tyr’s best friend ,Gunnar, as a meat shield against one of Tyr’s attacks when the former was holding him in place for Tyr. Tyr hits Gunnar instead and that causes his Ancient Evolution.
  • BFS: The Dramon Breaker
  • Big Eater
  • Black and White Morality: This is how he sees the world. Too bad he’s in a grey vs grey vs black world.
  • Break the Cutie: Perhaps the Ur example...
  • Broken Pedestal: The Royal Knights are this to him, though he won’t believe it the Siege. He stubbornly thinks that he can get them to stop their crusade and come back to the good side.
  • Butt-Monkey: Early on, he just gets hurt a lot in the form of slapstick comedy. The torment becomes more serious later.
  • Chaste Hero
  • Chick Magnet
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: To a fault. It’s due to his desire to become like the Royal Knights.
  • Custom Uniform: The green cape that symbolizes his desire to be a hero just like the Royal Knights. He gives it away in the epilogue after telling a fanboy of ‘’his’’ never to be like him
  • Determinator: Tyr is absolutely set in his morals and vows.
  • The Ditz
  • Doomed Hometown: Avalon. It’s not technically his hometown, but he has lived there since moving with his father.
  • Dual Wielding: Tyr can break his Dramon Breaker into two sections that can attach to his wrist bracers: the hilt become a short blade that can act as a vice and the main blade remains as the blade.
  • Dumb Muscle
  • Mr. Fanservice: According to Ivy’s friend.
  • Even the Guys Want Him: (Apparently...)
  • Extreme Doormat
  • Famous Ancestor: The leader of the famous Great Ten, Tiwaz Koenig, is Tyr's ancestor. He isn't aware of this until his mortally wounded father tells him, saying that he kept it from Tyr because he didn't want Tyr to get the idea that he could become like Tiwaz, the reason being his father didn't want him to become disappointed when (or so he thought) Tyr wouldn't be able to. Ouch.
  • Famous Last Words: “Why-... Why is the world... like this? Why can’t I... Why can't I... save—“ Subverted since he doesn’t quite die, thanks to Kheprius, though.
  • The Fettered
  • Good Samaritan: He’s willing to help anybody in need.
  • Green Eyes
  • The Heart: An interesting version considering that he's trying to reassure himself as much as he is everybody else.
  • Hellish Pupils: The rare times his Berserk Button is pushed.
  • HeroicBSOD: He has one during the Siege. And another when most of the Royal Knights die.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Subverted. He almost gives his life trying to talk Pyra down when she becomes Black Imperialdramon Fighter Mode because he refuses to fight her.
  • Heroic Vow: Tyr vows never to kill anybody and promises that he's going to save everybody.
  • Heroic Wannabe: Ever since he was an Agumon, he wanted to become just like the Royal Knights...
  • Humble Hero: Tyr is this in spades.
  • Idiot Hero: There's a reason his friends call him "The Brick Wall of Fire". And it's not for the reason he thinks
  • Incorruptible Pure Pureness: Tyr is probably one of the purest Peacemakers, even after all the things that don't go well for him...
  • Kindhearted Simpleton
  • The Klutz
  • The Knights Who Say "Squee!": Tyr has done this a few times in the heat of battle.
    Tyr: (Upon being complimented by Sir Dagonet) Oh man... I... Really?! Wow, Mister Sir Dagonet, sir. That means so much to me! I... Oh man. ...Ex-Excuse me! (Tyr proceeds to tear up in joy)
  • Manchild: He's 24 and he still plays with Royal Knight action figures.
  • Missing Mom: His mother died when he was young.
  • Mistaken for Gay: By Valentine, mostly.
  • Mundangerous: He’s very clumsy and often hurts himself tripping over things. Lampshaded by Samael when he says “I think I saw him trip over wind once.”
  • Naïve Newcomer
  • Never Got to Say Goodbye: To Dunk, his closest friend on the team.
  • Out of the Inferno: Like Tiwaz, Tyr has done this once or twice.
  • Really Dead Montage: Subverted. He doesn’t quite die.
  • Self-Deprecation: He does this a lot in Unholy Crusade, knowing that he isn’t anything like the gods or elite soldiers on the Peacemakers.
  • Seven Heavenly Virtues: Tyr seems to have all of these down without trying to.
  • Stepford Smiler: He fakes many smiles to hide his true emotions from others, not wanting to dampen their spirits just because he feels sad. It eventually takes its toll on him.
  • Stupid Good
  • Thou Shalt Not Kill: Tyr absolutely refuses to kill anybody. It's because when he was young, Gunnar's father was killed in an encounter with demons and he saw what that did to Gunnar. He knows how death affects people, so he vowed to never let anybody die as long as he was around. He goes to great lengths to do this, honing his sword technique to only incapacitate the enemy, which is extremely hard with the massive Dramon Breaker. He stays true to this too, until Typhon...
  • Took a Level in Badass: When he became Ancient Greymon, but subverted since the Ancient Greymon was actually Tiwaz...
  • Tragic Hero: Throughout UC. His highest aspiration in life is to be like the Royal Knights, his heroes, who happen to be the antagonists of UC. He tries to reason with them to get them to stop their Crusade and he can’t bring himself to fight them properly.
  • Trauma Conga Line: From the Siege onwards.
  • Turn the Other Cheek: He's willing to forgive the Royal Knights even after everything they did and he's the first to forgive Khep after Khep's Face–Heel Turn,, which absolutely flabberghasts the Grandis Kuwagamon.
  • Walking Away From The Sunset: In the epilogue, signifying the harsh reality that he came to realize.
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: During the last conversation he had with his father. His father admits that he wasn’t the best of fathers and his father admitted that he never believed in him growing up.
  • Wide-Eyed Idealist: Oh so much.
  • Wrong Genre Savvy: Tyr honestly believes that his heroes, the Royal Knights, will talk reasonably with him and stop their crusade if he persists, under the impression that they're the same heroes as they were when he was young. They don't. Tyr comes to realize this during the siege. A Heroic BSoD ensues.

Kheprius "Khep" Aeolus

Grandis Kuwagamon

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  • Affectionate Nickname: It was originally "Khep", but once that became his status quo name, it became "Kheppy", started by Samael.
  • The Atoner: Post character-development.
  • Ax-Crazy: Borders on this sometimes.
  • Be All My Sins Remembered
  • Big Brother Mentor: To Tyr later on.
  • Blood Knight
  • Break the Haughty: Happens to him when Tyr/Tiwaz turns the tables on him in their battle and wipes the floor with him.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Khep gets away with his bad attitude, villainous background and questionable methods due to his skills as a fighter for the Peacemakers and The Royal Knights.
  • Byronic Hero
  • Combat Pragmatist: He's not above throwing dirt or kicking below the belt. Especially notable in his fight against Tyr.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Being one of three /four survivors of the raid and massacre of his village. He and his two friends proceed to train for the soul purpose of revenge. Once they’re strong enough, they hunt down the culprits and kill them in a slow, horrific manner. They then become mercenaries and eventually fugitives, until Khep’s two friends agree to give him up to save their own skins.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Doomed Hometown/Start of Darkness: The destruction of his village and family was the point that he started Roaring Rampage of Revenge, which turned him into what he is now.
  • Easily Forgiven: Nobody outside Pyra really gives Khep any malice about the fact that he had betrayed them and took part in the Siege of Avalon. This is after his Heel–Face Turn, but still.
  • Anti Heroic Redhead
  • Evil Is Hammy: He gets over-the-top sometimes.
  • Face–Heel Turn: Following Cador’s offer.
  • Flaw Exploitation: Kheprius often pulls this during his fights, particularly during his fight with Tyr.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Following the Siege.
  • Heel Realization: Thanks to Gigas during the Siege.
  • Heroic BSoD: A small one when Gigas makes him realize what he’s become during the Siege.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Subverted. He takes a beam blast from Pyra’s Black Imperialdramon FM form that was meant for Tyr. He mortally wounds Pyra to knock her out of that form. He then activates his XAI System (the X-Antibody) and uses the data from his old digicore to help slow Tyr, Pyra and his own deaths so that they could get medical help in time.
  • Jerkass: A pretty pronounced one at that.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold
  • Jumping Off the Slippery Slope: Back when he killed his village’s murderers.
  • Meaningful Name/Religious and Mythological Theme Naming: "Kheprius" is derived from Khepri, who was an Egyptian solar diety (in the form of a beetle) that was said to continually push the sun into and out of the underworld, to explain where the sun goes at night. Guess whose rival happens to be a sun god? Also, Kheprius sometimes makes the reference of him sinking into darkness ever since his hometown was destroyed, kind of like the way that Khepri and the sun travel deep into the underworld. Khepri is associated with rebirth, renewel and resurrection. These three things are also heavily associated with Kheprius. Rebirth: Kheprius' "old self" dying along with his innocence when his hometown was destroyed, which became his Start of Darkness. Renewel: During the Siege, his realization of what he had become, resulting in his Heel–Face Turn and his new status as The Atoner. Resurrection: His Heroic Sacrifice when he took a Pyra's Deadly Upgrade's Positron Laser blast which was meant for Tyr. Kheprius was mortally wounded and he started to approach Pyra as she charged her next blast. As he approached, he said the following, signifying his resurrection, showing subtle signs of the type of digimon he used to be before the village massacre. "For the longest time, I have killed and I have slowly died. Now, I die and come out of the underworld, the darkness, the eternal night inside of me..." Khepri literally means "come into being" {i.e the dawning sun.) "Aeolus" is derived from the Greek god of the winds.
  • Mr. Vice Guy: He drinks quite a bit, mostly for fun, and he implied that he’s divulged in the occasional sexual pleasure as well.
  • Pet the Dog: Whenever his past is brought up, especially when he tells Pyra during his Face–Heel Turn and Motive Rant.
  • Psycho for Hire: He and his two friends started the mercenary team "Black Pincer Company". They took jobs so bad that the Royal Knights were tasked with hunting them down.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Khep enjoys these. The most prominant example is the one he used against Tyr. Off the battlefield, he also doles one out to Thor and Svarog, but is stopped by Pyra before he can get to the Council members.
  • Rebellious Spirit
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning
  • Restraining Bolt: A digital program is installed in Khep’s neck, so if he is 500 metres from Pyra, he gets shocked. Sir Cador later gets rid of the control program in exchange for Khep's loyalty.
  • Shoot the Dog: He mortally wounds Pyra to stop her rampage.
  • Social Darwinist
  • Tall, Dark, and Snarky
  • Token Evil Teammate: Khep fits this, as does Samael.
  • Troubled Backstory Flashback: He has a dream of his village being massacred.
  • The Unfettered: Khep was this from his Start of Darkness up until his Heel Realization.
  • Villainous Breakdown: A small one at the end of his fight with Tyr/Tiwaz, right before he gets an Omega Corona to the face.
  • Villain Protagonist
  • Vitriolic Best Buddies: With Samael.
  • Wildcard: Pre-character development
  • Worthy Opponent: Samael to him. Cador also counts.

Pyra Torren

Paildramon

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  • Action Girl
  • The Atoner: She becomes this after her rampage.
  • Big Sister Instinct: To Maximus
  • Bodyguard Crush: Sort of. Galic asks Pyra to watch over Azur because of his recklessness and Azur soon develops feelings for Pyra. After some thinking, Pyra returns them.
  • Broken Bird: After she believes Maximus dies.
  • Cool Big Sis: To Maximus.
  • Dark Action Girl
  • Determinator: Especially after the Siege. Taken to a whole new level when she becomes Black Imperialdramon Fighter Mode, making it Nightmare Fuel.
  • Faux Action Girl: Sort of. Also a Deconstruction. She can hold her own in battle, but she’s simply outmatched by the Royal Knights. This plays and important role in her character and serves as fuel for her drive for power later on.
  • Good Is Not Nice: This side of her is evident once Kheprius betrays them. She gets considerably worse.
  • Hellish Pupils: When Pyra becomes Black Imperialdramon.
  • Heroic BSoD: A big one, after thinking that her brother died. It gets worse after that.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: By Khep's Gran Killers.
  • Kuudere: Type 1 fits Pyra quite well. She always remains calm and collected, but she's definately not emotionless. Pyra is just very concerned with remaining in control of her emotions.
  • Love Interest: To Azur.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: After thinking that her little brother Maximus had died.
  • Sanity Slippage: Pyra begins to lose it after Maximus' informed death. The sanity slippage peaks when she believes that her father was indirectly responsible.
  • Ship Tease: This was done with Galic and Pyra, causing Azur to grow resentful. However, much later on the shipping was put to rest with a Ship Sinking.
    • Also, the relationship between Pyra and Kheprius was played with for a long time, peaking when Khep starts to wonder if he loves Pyra or just has a connection with her. Teased further with the hug he gave Pyra after impaling her with his claw. Word of God says the jury's still out on whether he does have romantic feelings for her or not.
    • There's also been some hints between Pyra and Sigurd, but it was implied that they become just friends.
  • Tragic Monster: She gets better, after Kheprius helps.
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: Daughter, in this case. Her father, Terraneus, does this to her in the epilogue.

Galic Lupocuore

Mach Gaogamon

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Azur Schattenlicht

Were Garurumon

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Dunkelheit Schattenlicht

Cerberumon

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Duo Greyclaw

Gaiomon

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Lucia Almehada

Queen Chessmon

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  • Cloudcuckoolander: You rebuke those unconscious Knightmon, Lucia!
  • The Ditz: She gets better.
  • Royal Blood

Trowa Mithra

Tiger Vespamon

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Kole Sterj

Piedmon

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Tiwaz Koenig

Ancient Greymon

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Fenrir Weissritter

Ancient Garurumon

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Perun Sturmracher

Susanoomon

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Drachna

War Greymon

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  • You Are Too Late: Though he tells Bedivere about the reduction in the guard, he does so too late for the guards to be prepared for the siege.

Siegfried

Medieval Gallantmon

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  • Family-Unfriendly Death: Rotted to nothing by a virus in Tiamat's Destroyed Hook missile.
  • Just Following Orders: Though not really used as an excuse. He had no way to know what Angra Mainyu was going to do to Guinier and fully regrets obeying his orders once he found out.
  • Killed Off for Real: Killed in the final battle by Tiamat.

Dhazbog Ullr

Emperor Greymon

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Sigurd Jerin

War Greymon

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Gunnar Cyndar

Shine Greymon

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Ulik Vithar

Black War Greymon

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Lord Artorius

Alphamon

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  • Big Bad: Of the entire RPG, basically.
  • Dark is Evil: Initially averted by the backstory, and then played very much straight by the events of Unholy Crusade itself.
  • Disc-One Final Boss: His death at Amatsu-Mikaboshi's hands leads into the Chaos Arc, short as that was.
  • Gratuitous Latin: While none is ever used in person, his name is simply a more Latinized version of the more common 'Arthur'.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Like Imego before him, Artorius summoned something he couldn't control and got annihilated for his trouble.
  • Infinity +1 Sword: The Black Sword.
  • Jumping Off the Slippery Slope: After spending the first third of the storyline slipping steadily down it, allowing the Siege and declaring his aim to kill off the Tamers pretty much throws him head-first off it. Then he takes up the Black Sword. And THEN he freed Amatsu-Mikaboshi.
  • Killed Off for Real
  • Knight Templar
  • Mega Manning: The Alpha-Gain Force in essence. To the point that by the end, he's slinging divine-level attacks like God Matrix around.
  • Shout-Out: He starts with the Grade Alpha, in essence the equivalent of the Sword in the Stone. Then Michael breaks that and he takes up the Black Sword, the dark equivalent to Excalibur. It's Arthurian Mythology in fine form. Bedivere also continues it, as shown by his Prophetic Name.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: In his eyes, the Tamers are harming the Digital World and must go before it's too late. In Devil's Ascent, he's proven right by the existence of Mephistopheles' Cambion.

Sir Lancelot

Omnimon

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  • Born Winner: He's an Omnimon, Mega II Level, and just utterly epic at smashing what gets in his way.
  • Cool Sword: Transcendent Sword!
  • Deus ex Machina: Subverted against Amatsu-Mikaboshi. Lancelot begins to say All Delete in the same largest font, epic build-up way as Hyperion did in Civil War before killing Gog-Magog... only for Amatsu-Mikaboshi to cut him in half and prevent him finishing the attack, which explodes without him controlling the massive energies involved.
  • The Dragon: To Artorius.
  • Karmic Death: Lancelot was cut in half by Amatsu-Mikaboshi. Lancelot ripped his own son, Galahad, in half during the Siege because he went against their cause.
  • Killed Off for Real
  • Kill It with Ice: Supreme Cannon!
  • Knight Templar
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: He reveals during the last Royal Knight battle that he is Galahad's father.
  • Mythology Gag: Done towards the end. Lancelot starts to say All Delete in the same largest possible font style as Hyperion did in Civil War, only to be cut down halfway through the attack name.
  • Offing the Offspring: Killing Galahad definitely counts.
  • Old Shame: Galahad fullstop. He never spoke of Galahad's conception due to being magically seduced by Elaine and never revealed he was Galahad's father until after the poor guy's death.
  • One-Hit Kill: ALL DELETE! Shame he never got past ALL-!. Though Word of God has stated he doubted it would have worked anyway.

Sir Hector

Gallantmon

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Sir Percival

Magnamon

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Sir Galahad

Dynasmon

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Lady Guinivere

Crusadermon

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Sir Gawain

Duftmon

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Sir Cador

Examon

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Sir Tristan

Ulforce Veedramon

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Sir Bors

Sleipmon

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Sir Dagonet

Craniummon

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Sir Pelleas

Albiomon

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Sir Constantine

Saint Templarmon

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    The Chaos Lords 

Amatsu-Mikaboshi

Chaosmon

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  • Anthropomorphic Personification: He is the personification of the Primordial Chaos.
  • Attack Its Weak Point: Due to his nature, he is only defeated by a series of combined opposite attacks (ie, Michael's holy and Samael's hellish attacks), culminating in a combined Order and Chaos union of Ouryuken and Omni Sword which destroys him.
  • Calling Your Attacks With Haiku: He stands out for this, rather than just using attack names, he has haiku for each of his attacks!
  • Gratuitous Iambic Pentameter: He speaks in strict haiku format, a subtle nod to his origins as the Kami of chaos and the stars, and even has haiku for his attacks.
  • One-Man Army: By himself, Amatsu-Mikaboshi slaughters his way through Artorius, Guinevere, Gawain and Lancelot, making himself the logical equivalent. To be fair they were all weakened from previously fighting the Peacemakers.
  • Eldritch Abomination
  • One-Hit Kill: Chaos-ordered life, these things must exist alone, End of Paradox
  • One-Winged Angel: Ultimate Khaosmon, not that this should be a surprise.

Typhon

Chaos Seadramon

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Sir Mordred

Chaos Gallantmon

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  • The Dragon: The closest thing Amatsu-Mikaboshi has to one. Noticably, he is one of the two to ask their objectives upon being released.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Hector.
  • For the Evulz: More or less the motivation of all the Chaos Lords, who turned to chaos out of a desire to bring destruction and ruin to the world.
  • Meaningful Name: He is named for Sir Mordred, the traitor who killed Arthur and ended any chance of the Kingdom of Logres in Arthurian Mythology. Fittingly, he is one of the Chaos Lords, who turned on the entire world for destruction.
  • Power Gives You Wings: Chaos Mode.
  • Smug Snake: And how...
  • Theme Naming: He uses the Arthurian Theme Naming of the Royal Knights. Simultaneously, he breaks the 'chaotic entity' Theme Naming of the other Chaos Lords.
  • The Un-Reveal: Despite his name connection to the Royal Knights and mythological connections to Artorius, nothing was ever revealed of his past or why he fell.

Tiamat

Chaosdramon

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Zahhak

Chaos War Greymon

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  • The Brute
  • Implacable Man: He takes both Michael and Samael on at once, and still almost wins. To be fair, Michael was already blown halfway to hell by Amatsu-Mikaboshi.
  • The Juggernaut: Absurdly so.

Yam Lotan

Chaos Piedmon

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  • Ax-Crazy: Terrifyingly shown, as proven by his massacre of the 'Digidestined'.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: He manages to kill all six Biomerged 'Digidestined' with one move each, even the leader.
  • The Evil Genius: Mad genius.
  • Gorn: His speciality, illustrated by the 'Digidestined' fight.
  • Screw The Rules I Serve Chaos: He is able to bypass the normal protective measures of Biomerge Digimon, dealing mortal wounds to both Digimon and human.

Ophion

Chaos Ulforce Veedramon

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  • Ax-Crazy: He is so determined to kill Nocchi and Galic that he runs right through their trap and is sliced to pieces.
  • Chekhov's Skill: Nocchi's string shenanigans with Tristan, another Ulforce Veedramon come back as the weapon which kills Ophion. Nocchi sets a trap and Ophion is lured into flashing right through the strings, cutting himself into pieces in the process.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Tristan. Ophion is the one who ultimately kills Tristan.
  • You Are Already Dead: The effect after running through Nocchi's string-wire trap is this, short of the phrase itself. Regardless, he doesn't start falling to pieces until Galic reveals this.

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