Feresmon is the main antagonist of the second half of Digimon Dreamers.


Main article: Feresmon#Design



  • Demon's Shout: Controls the actions of other Digimon.
  • Black Statue: Changes the opponent into a black stone statue.


Digimon Dreamers[]

Feresmon is an evil Digimon that works for Barbamon, and has many minions. In its army are a large amount of Vilemon, as well as Cyclonemon, DarkLizardmon, Devimon, Minotaurmon, and Boogiemon.

Barbamon sends it to Witchelny to take it over RITSU KODO, where it uses its magic to combine the Digital World and Human World into one World, which it would then rule. It claims this is possible because the Human World was made up of strings which could be in both an open and closed state with the strings in the shapes of ones and zeroes. This apparently would allow it to use Witchleny's magic to merge the two Worlds together as that made the two World's similar enough to allow the merge. Wizardmon's Future

One day, Feresmon and its army travelled to Witchelny with Feresmon claiming that magic leads to the creation of dangerous Digimon and demanded the closure of Brocken Magicial Academy as well as a prohibition on magic claiming it needed to do so to ensure the peace. The natives of Witchelny agreed to its demands in the hopes of peace but this just allowed Feresmon to take over Witchelny and rule with an iron fist. Feresmon would throw any Digimon who practiced magic into prison and young Digimon were no longer no allowed to learn magic. Since no one could use magic, and no one could learn magic, no one was able to put a stop to Feresmon's actions. Witchelny's Plight Feresmon would also use magic itself, powering up it and its allies. Infiltrating the Magic Castle

One day, Feresmon attacks Wizardmon and its friends. Pulse of Revival During the fight it uses its Demon Shout technique on Wizardmon and tells it to stab itself to death with its staff Devimon Showdown but as Wizardmon was about to Leomon throws it through a portal to another World so it could heal its wounds. Pulse of Revival Thunder Cloud Leomon and the others were somehow able to survive.

When Wizardmon and its allies charge to attack the castle, they run into Devimon — whom Feresmon had powered up with a mixture of magic and its own powers. Infiltrating the Magic Castle

Devimon loses despite this and returns to Feresmon, with Feresmon upset that it would dare return to it with its tail tucked between its legs. Ashamed at Devimon for losing, it uses its Demon Shout technique and has Devimon kill itself with Ritsu and the others arriving just in time to see it happen. Pulsemon tells Feresmon to return magic to Witchelny but it refuses since ruling the World was easier with the Witchelny residents unable to use magic. Pulsemon tries to fight but is unable to digivolve its arm into Bulkmon's, with Wizardmon telling it that it hadn't fully recovered from the previous battle. Wizardmon decides it would fight instead but is unable to avoid the Demon Shout technique whilst in the middle of a jumping attack. The technique fails, however, with Wizardmon's attack causing large amounts of damage to the surprised Feresmon. It then laughs and tells Feresmon it had already told it that it would be unable to use the technique on it a second time. The Terrifying Demon's Shout It demands to know why the Demon Shout didn't work with Wizardmon happily shows off how, showing it had used magic shields to cover its ears. It then puts shields on its allies ears. It powers itself up and uses its enhanced Thunder Cloud technique it had used to defeat Dragomon with the attack seemingly defeating Feresmon. Feresmon however, sporting a new look, laughs and tells it that said attack wasn't any where near enough to defeat it. Ritsu worries that Feresmon had digivoled, since it now looked different, but Gatomon realizes it hadn't and what it had actually done was use magic to combine its Black Statue and Demon Shout techniques to give itself armor. Wizardmon attacks Feresmon again but its attacks do nothing as Feresmon's magic and armor had powered it up to become even stronger than had it digivolved to the Mega level. It uses its Demon Shout technique on Wizardmon again, and, as it was now stronger than before the technique worked even with Wizardmon covering it's ears with its magic shields. Feresmon tells Wizardmon to kill Gatomon, with Pulsemon attacking it hoping it could wake it up with its electric. This doesn't work though, and the brainwashed Wizardmon easily defeats Pulsemon. As Feresmon commands Wizardmon to kill everyone clouds appear and surround Pulsemon and Gatomon. Pulsemon is then able to absorb the electric from Wizardmon's Thunder Cloud attack. The Power of Knowledge Pulsemon boasts it was able to do so due to its training, and digivolves its head to Bulkmon's — which was now also bursting with extra power. Rather than fight Feresmon, it attacks Wizardmon with its powered up Thunder Dread attack able to snap the Wizard out of its brainwashing. The sight confuses Feresmon, bemused by its partially digivolved body, and when Pulsemon tells it about its curse and demands it tell them how to undo said curse it instead easily defeats Pulsemon.

Seeing no way to win, Wizardmon tells Feresmon to free Witchelny but Feresmon instead laughs and tells its plan to rule the combined Worlds. Pulsemon returns to the fight, not wanting Feresmon to achieve its goals, but Feresmon defeats it without effort once again.

Feresmon mocks the group, and asks them if they have the thirst to learn things. Ritsu and Pulsemon say they hate studying but, as Feresmon laughs, Pulsemon states that what matters is the choice to be able to study or not — and that it hates Feresmon for removing that choice for the residents of Witchelny. Feresmon points out they have no way to win, though Ritsu realizes they could probably nullify its armor by using a strong electric attack as the armor was made via the Demon's Shout as the previous Thunder Dread was powerful enough to negate it when it had been brainwashing Wizardmon. Wizardmon's Thunder Cloud had no effect on the armor before, but Wizardmon mentions it could use its Bolt Break attack to do the job. Gatomon refuses to allow it to use the attack though, as doing so would result in Wizardmon's death as its body would not be able to cope with that much electricity surging through it. As Wizardmon charges up Bolt Break, ready to sacrifice its life to stop Feresmon, Ritsu stops Wizardmon and tells it that he has an idea. The World of Zeroes and Ones Feresmon laughs, since Wizardmon would die by using the attack and tells them it was pointless anyway since even if it did sacrifice its life it'd be pointless as Bolt Break would barely make a scratch on its armor. Ritsu tells Pulsemon to absorb the excess electricity and act as an external battery so that it wouldn't kill Wizardmon — and though Gatomon thinks he's joking, Pulsemon agrees to try out the plan. Feresmon sees this as mocking, and as Wizardmon begins charging the power of its DigiCore so that could charge up enough energy to use Bolt Break its latent potential manifests as MedievalGallantmon. Feresmon becomes shocked at seeing MedievalGallantmon, and though it knew Wizardmon had an exceptional DigiCore it had no clue it had the potential to one day digivolve to such a powerful Digimon. Not wanting it to digivolve into such a Digimon in the future it decides it needed to stop playing around and actually kill Wizardmon. Gatomon attacks it to stall it and allow Wizardmon and Pulsemon to continue charging their power and as they do so, Feresmon defeats Gatomon. Feresmon is too late though, as Wizardmon is able to use Bolt Break in time and thanks to Pulsemon's help — it did so without dying. Bolt Break destroys Feresmon's armor but that's all it did, as Feresmon was still alive. Feresmon, still desiring to kill Wizardmon before it cand digivolve and spoil its plans continues to attack but everyone is shocked when Bulkmon intercepts the attack and breaks Feresmon's magic staff — Pulsemon finally having fully digivolved for the first time. As Gatomon wonders if Bolt Break's excess electricity had undone Pulsemon's curse, Ritsu celebrates the fact he had finally seen his partner digivolve. Wizardmon's Future Feresmon laughs, and congratulates it for managing to digivolving to the Champion level via a bug. It mocks it, pointing out a Champion level Digimon was still weaker than an Ultimate level, and is taken by surprise when Bulkmon punches it in the face — with the punch sending it flying across the room. Bulkmon tells it that its digivolution wasn't the result of a bug, but rather its bond with Ritsu, with Ritsu touched. Feresmon tries to fight back, only for its attacks to be easily deflected and blocked. Bulkmon meanwhile, is able to land attack after attack — with everyone shocked at just how well Bulkmon was controlling electricity. Gatomon mentions that Bulkmon as a species aren't supposed to be able to display this kind of power, with Wizardmon theorizing that it must have a special DigiCore.

Seeing it had no chance to win, Feresmon escapes through a hole in the wall with the group unable to do anything since — unlike Feresmon — they were unable to fly. Bulkmon, refusing to give up, tells Ritsu to believe in it. Ritsu reminisces about the past and tells his partner that he was going to delete it since it couldn't digivolve and said that, at the time, the reason he didn't was because he felt deep down they were the same, as he didn't want to grow up either. He tells his partner that he learned he was wrong, and that Pulsemon did want to grow up, and had been working really hard to be able to do so. Ritsu feels Bulkmon's strength and courage resonating inside of him and with their feelings synched together — Ritsu yells out for Bukmon to fly. To everyone's shock, including Feresmon's now that Bulkmon had quickly caught up, it works — with wings made of electricity appearing on Bulkmon's back. Now in the air, it attacks Feresmon — their battle continuing from where they had left off. A DREAM TO DIGIVOLVE

Ritsu, Gatomon, and Wizardmon watch on in shock at with they're seeing — with Ritsu telling the other two that he had felt Bulkmon's courage flowing through him. They watch as Bulkmon defeats Feresmon, with Feresmon freaking out as it realizes it was dying — yelling out for its master Barbamon to save it. To Feremon's surprise, Barbamon actually does show up — not to save it — but to tell it that they needed to re-think their strategy to take over Witchelny and that continuing to fight was too dangerous. It tells it that Wizardmon was about to awaken to its potential as MedievalGallantmon and that if they continue to fight they would both be taken out by MedievalGallantmon. Not wanting this to happen, Barbamon simply watches as Feresmon falls to the ground. It then leaves. RITSU KODO

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