Beastmon is an Animal Digimon. It loves to be showy and has a sly personality, and its specialty is using its charmingly sparkling eyes and the jewels worn all over its body to bewitch the opponent, allowing it to manipulate them as it desires. Generally, if one becomes the victim of Beastmon's glamour, they are completely eviscerated. Although it excels in nimbleness with its flexible movements, it is also powerful despite its appearance, and the claws on its hands are sharp enough to cut even a rock to pieces. It is said to be at loggerheads with Nefertimon, who is an avatar of light.
- Witch Warp (Helter Skelter): Beguiles the opponent with the bewitching charms of its belly dance. In Digimon World 3, this attack causes Digimon to de-digivolve back into their Rookie stage.
- Mind Fogger (Vampire Dance): Gets close to the opponent while dancing, then sucks out all the blood in their body, down to the last drop.
- Vampire Jewel (きゅうけつアメジスト Kyūketsu Amejisuto?, lit. "Vampire Amethyst")
- Bastemon (バステモン)
Official romanization given by the Digimon Reference Book and used in Japanese and some American English media.
- Bastet. Mythological Egyptian cat goddess of protection.
Name used in Digimon World 3 and American English media.
Name used in Digimon Fusion and American English media.
A statue of what seems to be a masculine Beastmon appears in Bastia Castle.
Digimon Fusion Fighters
Digimon World 3
Persiamon is Asuka's Game Master's final Digimon. Persiamon is a threat because of its ability to attack hits 4 times, its "Helter Skelter" technique which de-digivolves your partner Digimon to its Rookie level, whilst "Vampire Jewel" absorbs MP. Persiamon has massive amounts of HP; however it takes much higher damage from Fire techniques.
It drops Charm Gas but cannot be stolen from.
In Digimon World 2003, after defeating Galacticmon, the Zhu Que Leader has a Persiamon as her second Digimon.
Digimon Story: Super Xros Wars Blue and Red
Bastemon digivolves from Nefertimon.
Digimon Soul Chaser
Beastmon digivolves from Mikemon.