Cyberdramon is an Ultimate Level Digimon, and is the partner of Ryo Akiyama. Feral in personality, his mission is to annihilate any Virus-type Digimon that have invaded the network. However, Cyberdramon is a lone soldier not affiliated with the "Virus Busters" group. His partner, Ryo, has been shown to use a unique whip generated from his D-Ark to restrain him if he gets out of control.


Main article: Cyberdramon#Design


Ryo and Cyberdramon first appeared in the clockwork-like cloud plain of the Digital World when they stopped Megadramon and resealed him by pushing him back into the ground and rejamming the clock. Cyberdramon also defeated Majiramon, and he and Ryo went off to find Cyberdramon's ultimate opponent. This led them to Baihumon's realm where Ebonwumon was watching it while Baihumon was fighting the D-Reaper. Cyberdramon was also present when it came to him and Ryo Bio-merging to Justimon to fight the D-Reaper.

He is also unique in the sense that when Ryo and Cyberdramon biomerge they do it while he is in his Ultimate form, unlike traditional tamers who merge with their digimon in their Rookie forms to become Mega Digimon.

In the movie Runaway Locomon, after the battle against the Parasimon, Cyberdramon was present at Rika's birthday party.


  • Desolation Claw (Erase Claw):[3] Fires bursts of data-erasing energy from his claws that can partially delete the opponent's digital structure.
  • Cyber Nail: Slashes the enemy with his sharp claws.

Other forms[]



Ketomon is Cyberdramon's Fresh form.

Ketomon is Cyberdramon's Fresh Digivolution in Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer, degenerating to him when his YP depletes. His default technique is "Awa", which deals damage to one enemy.


  • Awa (? lit. "Bubbles"): Fires bubbles from its mouth.



Hopmon is Cyberdramon's In-Training form. After the D-Reaper was defeated, he de-digivolved to Hopmon and was forced to return to the Digital World.

Hopmon is Cyberdramon's In-Training Digivolution in Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer, digivolving to him as he recovers from having his YP depleted. His default technique is "Hop Hip", which deals damage to one enemy.


  • Hop Hip



Monodramon is Cyberdramon's Rookie form. Cyberdramon de-digivolved to Monodramon when he boarded the Arc. Homeward Bound When in this form, his personality also changed—from a fierce, growling beast to a more inquistive, playful Digimon.

In Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer, after Ryo was thrown to space and time by Moon=Millenniummon, he met Monodramon in the ancient Digital World. Monodramon was then chosen to be Ryo's partner by ENIAC. They then went on a series of adventures through time and dimensions together to defeat XeedMillenniummon, but had to travel to XeedMillenniummon's place to defeat him. It was there that Millenniummon revealed that he was always Ryo's true partner. In the end, Monodramon was able to force a DNA Digivolution between himself and Millenniummon, resulting in a Digiegg, which would eventually become Cyberdramon.

In a special chapter of Digimon Adventure V-Tamer 01, Ryo and Monodramon team up with Tai Kamiya and Zeromaru against Vikemon, defeating him despite Taichi and Ryo's bickering.


  • Beat Knuckle



Strikedramon is Cyberdramon's Champion form.

Strikedramon is Cyberdramon's Champion Digivolution in Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer, digivolving to him when he is level 21 with the default technique "Strike Fang".


  • Strike Fang: Causes all of the portions of his Metal Plate to burn red hot so that his whole body becomes a mass of flames, then rams the opponent.


Justimon is Cyberdramon's Mega form. It can switch between Blitz Arm, Critical Arm, and Accel Arm.

Ryo Akiyama Biomerged with his partner to become Justimon. There he teamed up with the other Mega-Level Digimon of the Tamers to fight against the D-Reaper. He helped out a lot in the fight against the evil program. When the D-Reaper grew in size, the team again met to free Jeri from the core of the D-Reaper. While Gallantmon tried to reach the core, Justimon, together with Sakuyamon and MegaGargomon, fought against the massive Reaper. Because all of their attacks couldn't defeat the powerful being, Sakuyamon gave her powers to Justimon, who redirected it into his blade. With his now immense blade he cut the Reaper in half but it soon regenerated. The Digimon Sovereign then arrived, however, and dragged the Reaper back into the Digital World. Soon afterwards MegaGargomon activated the Juggernaut program which devolved the D-Reaper and during this time Justimon split back into Ryo and Cyberdramon.

When Parasimon start swarming the Real World through a portal ripped open by Locomon, Justimon arrives through the tear and helps the Tamers fight off the invaders. However, the Parasimon continue to overwhelm them until Gallantmon digivolves to Gallantmon Crimson Mode and destroys all of the Parasimon with his "Crimson Light". Runaway Locomon

When the Watchmaker summons the heroes of the past to the Fusion universe to help take down Quartzmon, Justimon shows up alongside Angemon and Angewomon to assist in the DigiQuartz. A Great Legendary Hero Gathering! The Digimon All-star Showdown!!


  • Trinity Arm: Transforms his right arm into the "Accel Arm", "Blitz Arm", or "Critical Arm".
    • Thunderclap (Accel Arm): Slams the Accel Arm to the ground, generating shockwaves.
    • Justice Burst (Blitz Arm): Fires orbs of lightning from the Blitz Arm.
    • Voltage Blade (Critical Arm): Slashes at the opponent with the Critical Arm.
  • Justice Kick: Delivers a kick with the force of 45 tons.


Notes and References[]