Caturamon is an Exalted Beast Digimon. It is the "Dog" Deva, and serves the Digimon Sovereign Baihumon. As a follower of Baihumon, it looks after its fellow followers Makuramon and Sinduramon as if they were its younger brothers (as for those two, it appears they do not feel the same degree of obligation). Its sense of justice is strong, and it is unsatisfied when it can't make something clear in black-and-white. When all of its comrades are quarreling, it will sometimes serve as a moderator or presiding judge, transforming itself into the "Bǎo Chuí" (宝鎚? lit. "Treasure Hammer"), which is a gigantic hammer, and passing judgment over guilt and innocence.
- Howl of Power (Śwabhojana): Generates a massive earthquake accompanied by a shock wave by striking the ground with the Bǎo Chuí.
- Bǎo Chuí (宝鎚? lit. "Treasure Hammer")
- Howl of the Heavens: Releases a supersonic howl that can shatter barriers.
Caturamon is a Shisa Digimon with a white body, long blue tail, and black markings on its face. It wears a purple scarf, blue armor with purple trim and gold plates which have bonji on its shoulders and thighs, and purple beads around its neck. Its helmet is adorned with three dark blue horns and gold eyebrows.
- Caturamon (チャツラモン)
Official romanization given by the Digimon Reference Book and used in the franchise.
- Catura, member of the mythological Twelve Heavenly Generals.
Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer
The Caturamon card, titled "Shuvabojana", teaches a Digimon the Shuvabojana technique. Shuvabojana deals Data-type damage to one enemy.
Digimon Story: Super Xros Wars Blue and Red
Digimon Soul Chaser
Caturamon digivovles from Lighdramon.
Caturamon is an enemy Digimon in the Four Holy Beasts Area and the Collapsed Four Holy Beast Area.
Digimon New Century
Notes and references
- Digimon Encyclopedia: Digimon Tamers Cast List
- This attack is named "Swabhojana" in 'Digimon ReArise.
- Internet Sacred Text Archive, retrieved 08/31/07; Vishnu Purana, Ch. VI: "The religious student who sleeps in the day, and is, though unconsciously, defiled; and they who, though mature, are instructed in sacred literature by their children, receive punishment in the hell called Śwabhojana (where they feed upon dogs)."