- 1 DigiDestined
- 2 Other Characters
- 3 Antagonists
- 4 Notes and references
Tai Kamiya and Agumon
Matt Ishida and Gabumon
Izzy Izumi and Tentomon
Sora Takenouchi and Biyomon
Joe Kido and Gomamon
Mimi Tachikawa and Palmon
T.K. Takaishi and Patamon
Kari Kamiya and Gatomon
In the past Omnimon was part of the Holy Digimon Army that fought against the Dark Digimon Army. The only survivors were six Digi-Eggs, implied to belong to Phoenixmon, MetalGarurumon, HerculesKabuterimon, WarGreymon, Rosemon, and Vikemon.
Some time later, after Greymon and Garurumon are defeated by Argomon (Mega), they DNA digivolve into Omnimon, strike the final Argomon down, and redirect the missile into space.
In the Digivice: Virtual Pet, WarGreymon and MetalGarurumon can DNA digivolve to Omnimon.
In the Digivice: Virtual Pet BlitzGreymon and CresGarurumon can DNA digivolve to Omegamon Alter-S.
- Japanese: Mie Sonozaki
In August 2020, she is taking Kari to a lesson. They transfer trains in Shibuya through the Tokyo Loop Line. Yuuko and Kari are trapped in the train when Argomon causes the Loop Line's controls to malfunction. She is successfully able to disembark after the train stops.
Miko (ミーコ Mīko?) is the Kamiya family's cat.
In August 2020, Miko is sleeping in one of the living room's couches.
In August 2020, a clutch of Digi-Eggs hatches into a swarm of Fresh-level Argomon which immediately digivolve into In-Training. They spread through the Network, causing machines in Tokyo to malfunction, and attack nearby Digimon like Koromon.
The Argomon are brought to the DigiDestined's attention when they cause malfunctions in the Tokyo Loop Line, putting Tai Kamiya's mother and sister at risk. He manages to enter the Network and, alongside Agumon, destroys all but one of the Argomon, which warp digivolves into its Champion form, causing one of the trains to speed up and enter collision course with the next train. This Argomon is destroyed by Greymon, causing the Loop Line's controls to return to normal and the emergency stop to be activated, but before the DigiDestined can celebrate, they learn that another swarm of Argomon has hacked the American military network.
Tai, Greymon, Matt Ishida, and Garurumon track down the second swarm, which is being lead by a Rookie. They clear out the In-Training Argomon, but the Rookie quickly digivolves into its Ultimate form and entrenches itself using its "Worm Phase" technique.
Greymon and Garurumon use teamwork and seemingly defeat the Argomon, but when the smoke clears, they find it has digivolved once again into its Mega form. Argomon easily defeats the duo while completing its hack, causing a missile to launch at Tokyo. As all hope seems lost, Greymon and Garurumon suddenly warp DNA digivolve together to form Omnimon, strike the final Argomon down, and redirect the missile into space.
In the Digivice: virtual pet, Argomon is defeated in its In-Training, Rookie, Champion, Ultimate, and Mega forms by the DigiDestined's Partner Digimon.
- San no Awa (酸のアワ? lit. "Acid Bubbles") When an enemy draws near, it spits out its "San no Awa" from its giant eye-like pattern.
- Japanese: Hisao Egawa
Ogremon was first seen when it watched the DigiDestined fight against the Dokugumon at the temple of the Rainbow Mountain. Later, Ogremon and the Coredramon used Soundbirdmon to brainwash several Tuskmon and one Drimogemon to attack the village of Tanemon. The DigiDestined themselves met Ogremon for the first time during the attack. During the fight, Greymon broke one of Ogremon's horns.
After Ogremon's failure, Devimon promised to give him one more chance. By that time, Ogremon was so determined to regain his pride and defeat Greymon alone, that it even drove the Coredramon away for interrupting. This, as well as Ogremon's second loss, caused Devimon to abandon Ogremon and send MetalTyrannomon to deal with the DigiDestined instead. Furious that Devimon had replaced him with MetalTyrannomon, Ogremon fought against MetalTyrannomon and was destroyed, but not before telling the DigiDestined to "go straight ahead" in order to find the Holy Digimon.
After SkullKnightmon brought Kari Kamiya and Moon=Millenniummon's crystal to a ritual altar located in the Eternal Continent, SkullKnightmon digivolved to AxeKnightmon again and was ordered by the Vademon to sacrifice itself and Kari to restore Millenniummon. The plan failed, when Kari managed to save Gatomon's spirit inside AxeKnightmon's armor and WarGreymon destroyed AxeKnightmon.
They later sent one of Sakkakumon's spheres to attack the DigiDestined. Even though the initial plan failed because of MagnaAngemon freeing the DigiDestined, the Vademon managed to use the data collected by Sakkakumon to build Machinedramon. Despite Machinedramon's defeat, the Vademon activated its remains in overload mode and launched it towards the Cloud Continent. Machinedramon's destruction and the dark miasma in the Cloud Continent created a powerful black lightning which digivolved Sakkakumon into Kimeramon. While Kimeramon who was being absorbed inside FAGA and being fused with Moon=Millenniummon to become Millenniummon, the Vademon fought Garudamon and MegaKabuterimon to defend FAGA from their attacks. Once the fusion process of Kimeramon and Moon=Millenniummon was complete, the Vademon willingly allowed themselves to be destroyed by the resulting explosion.
Sakkakumon serves under Moon=Millenniummon, capturing other Digimon and copying their data for Millenniummon's rebirth. Its ten spheres can move independently from each other and scout around the Eternal Continent. Sakkakumon can also digivolve to Kimeramon.
When the DigiDestined were on a journey towards the Sealed Grounds, Sakkakumon's sphere No. 6 noticed them and captured Tai Kamiya, Matt Ishida, Izzy Izumi, T.K. Takaishi, Agumon, Gabumon, Tentomon and Patamon. Sakkakumon scans Agumon, Gabumon, Tentomon and Patamon and sends virtual copies of their past opponents to wear them out. But Devimon's spirit still existed, Sakkakumon instead provided Devimon with a new body to fight and attempt to corrupt Angemon. Sakkakumon itself fights Garudamon, Lillymon, Zudomon and Angewomon by using MetalGreymon's and WereGarurumon's attacks. T.K.'s feelings of hope, however, saved Angemon who then re-absorbed Devimon and digivolved to MagnaAngemon. MagneAngemon destroyed Sakkakumon No. 6 and freed its prisoners. But Sakkakumon recreated the sphere No. 6 and retreated.
Despite Sakkakumon's earlier defeat, it had provided the Vademon with data of Andromon, MetalTyrannomon, MetalGreymon, Megadramon and MetalMamemon to build Machinedramon. Machinedramon was defeated but its remains launched and collided into the Cloud Continent. Machinedramon's remaining data became one with the dark miasma of the Cloud Continent and transformed it into dark clouds with black lightnings, which digivolved Sakkakumon into a white and slightly deformed version of Kimeramon. Kimeramon then attempted to fuse with FAGA and Moon=Millenniummon's spirit and created a living copy of Gryphonmon to help the Vademon to fight MetalGarurumon, Garudamon and MegaKabuterimon who attempted to stop the fusion. Gryphonmon was destroyed, but the DigiDestined were unable to destroy FAGA, which absorbed Kimeramon inside and completed the fusion process. Then, FAGA shattered and exploded, releasing a fully reborn Millenniummon into the Digital World.
Eyesmon Scatter Mode first hatches from an egg that appeared in the Real World shortly after Tai Kamiya and Izzy Izumi first return from the Network. It quickly begins consuming data, causing immense blackouts in Tokyo that the DigiDestined are desparate to solve.
In the Digivice: virtual pet, Eyesmon Scatter Mode, Eyesmon, and Nidhoggmon are defeated by the DigiDestined's Partner Digimon.
- Scatter Mode
- Janengan (邪念眼? lit. "Wicked Thought Eye"): A cursed beam fired from all of its eyes.
- Kageshibari (影縛り? lit. "Shadow Bind"): Enters the enemy's shadow and controls its movements.
- Janengan (邪念眼? lit. "Wicked Thought Eye"): A cursed beam fired from all of its eyes.
- Gugen (愚幻? lit. "Deceptive Illusion"): Transforms the data it has accumulated into objects and uses them for offense and defense.
- Ame no Murakumo: Turns the tip of its tail into a sharp blade, then cuts the opponent to pieces.
- Sake Breath (酒ブレス?): Gets the opponent completely drunk by intoxicating them with its alcohol-laden breath.
- Annihilention: Red-hot beams fired from its eyes.
- Rudiment: Condenses the energy within its body, and breathes it out of its mouth as a wave.
Notes and references
|Main characters:||Tai Kamiya | Matt Ishida | Izzy Izumi | Sora Takenouchi | Joe Kido | Mimi Tachikawa | T.K. Takaishi | Kari Kamiya|
|Digimon:||Agumon | Gabumon | Tentomon | Biyomon | Gomamon | Palmon | Patamon | Gatomon|
|Allies:||Leomon, Falcomon and Spadamon | ElDradimon | Lopmon | Komondomon | Garbagemon|
|Antagonists:||Argomon | Ogremon | Soundbirdmon | Devimon | Eyesmon | SkullKnightmon | Vademon, Sakkakumon and Moon=Millenniummon|
|Other characters:||Yuuko Kamiya | Other characters|
|See also:||Digimon | Network | Real World | Digital World | Digivice: | List of episodes|