Kumbhiramon
(クンビラモン)
Kumbhiramon b.jpg
Level Ultimate
Type Holy Beast
Attribute Vaccine
Family Nature Spirits
Voice actors (Ja:) Kouki Miyata (Tamers)
(En:) Joshua Seth (Tamers)
Cards (Ja:) St-951, Bo-40t, Dα-588
Groups
Deva
Gallery

Kumbhiramon is a Holy Beast Digimon. It is the "Rat" Deva, and serves the Digimon Sovereign Ebonwumon. As a follower of Ebonwumon, who boasts of its great wisdom, it is a sage who plays the part of the "challenger" in Ebonwumon's Zen Kōans. It is mostly able to predict the mindset of anyone but Ebonwumon, and has a habit of bewildering the opponent by announcing their next move. Though it uses sarcasm with an acrimonious tone, it charmingly ends all of its sentences with "~chū". As it's not very strong, it's not suited for flinging itself at the opponent, but by means of its powerful abilities of telekinesis, it freely operates a giant steel pestle as big as its own body, the Bǎo Chǔ (宝杵? lit. "Treasure Pestle").[1] Kumbhiramon is the only Deva able to counter Pajiramon's "Vahnijvala", through the power of its thoughts.[2]

Attacks

  • Krimisa (Krimíśa)[3]: Splits itself into six bodies which it positions in a hexagram barrier, sealing the opponent inside, then smashes them with the Bǎo Chǔ, deleting them completely.
  • Deva Clone (Rokubunshin (六分身? lit. "Six Clones")): Splits itself into six bodies, then tackles the opponent.
  • Bǎo Chǔ (宝杵? lit. "Treasure Pestle")

Design

Kumbhiramon is a white rat Digimon whose torso is encased in gold spherical armor with bonji on chest. It has three small horns, brown wings, a long tail, and long, thin legs with gold greaves and sabatons. It carries a giant, green pestle with gold tips on its back.

Etymologies

Kumbhiramon (クンビラモン)

Official romanization given by the Digimon Reference Book and used in the franchise.

Fiction

Digimon Tamers

Main article: Kumbhiramon (Tamers)

Digimon Battle

Digimon Heroes!

Kumbhiramon is an obtainable Digimon.

Digimon ReArise

Main article: Kumbhiramon (ReArise)


Notes and references

  1. Digimon Reference Book: Kumbhiramon
  2. Digimon Reference Book: Pajiramon
  3. Internet Sacred Text Archive, retrieved 08/31/07; Vishnu Purana, Ch. VI: "He who practices magic rites for the harm of others, is punished in the hell called Krimíśa (that of insects)."
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.