This page is a list of characters from the Digimon video games Digimon World DS, Digimon World Dawn and Dusk, and Digimon Story: Lost Evolution. For the characters in Digimon Story: Super Xros Wars Red and Blue, see List of characters in Digimon Fusion. For the characters in Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth, see List of characters in Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth.
- 1 Digimon World DS
- 2 Digimon World Dawn and Dusk
- 2.1 Light Fang
- 2.2 Night Claw
- 2.3 Grimmon
- 2.4 Kowloon Co.
- 2.5 Gaia Origin
- 2.6 Crossovers
- 3 Digimon Story: Lost Evolution
- 3.1 Main characters
- 3.2 DigiBase allies
- 3.3 Selector
- 3.4 Bandits
- 3.5 Other characters
- 4 Digimon Story: Super Xros Wars Red and Blue
- 5 Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth
- 6 Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory
- 7 Notes and references
The Protagonist is a human whose name and gender can be chosen by the player.
On June 15, the Protagonist enters the computer room, wondering about the rumors of "mysterious monsters from computers" that fight alongside humans, wanting to see them with their own eyes, and decides to look on the Internet. The Protagonist finds about "Digital Monsters" and sees an image of another world, showing an Agumon, a Gaomon, and a Lalamon. The kid then receives an e-mail asking if they want to open the door to the Digital World, and accepts, being dragged to inside the computer.
Upon entering the Digital World, they witness ClavisAngemon giving a lecture on combat and Digivolution to a group of Digimon, including a battle demonstration against a Mamemon. When they hear ClavisAngemon speak about humans and Tamers, the Protagonist decides to follow him after the lecture, taking a warp pad to Digi-Central.
At Digi-Central, they talk to a Terriermon who informs them about Tamers and tells them to go to the Union Office. On their way, the Protagonist bumps into Kazuya, and is surprised to learn from him there are about thirty humans already there. They're also impressed by Kazuya's Digi-Farm, and notes his Gabumon looks happy. Kazuya informs the Protagonist that if they want their own Digi-Farm, they must register as a Tamer first.
Once at the Union Office, the Protagonist meets Mr. Gure.
BlackAgumon is a surly Digimon who appears in Training Peak, challenging the Protagonist. After being defeated, he digivolves to DarkTyrannomon and demands another rematch but is again defeated. Despite wanting to grow ever stronger, DarkTyrannomon is killed when the Protagonist is confronted by Machinedramon in the Chrome Mine. BlackAgumon is reborn as Pagumon, whose care is the Protagonist's quest as a Silver Tamer. After growing closer to the Protagonist, Pagumon reveals that he used to be an Antylamon who was abandoned by a previous Tamer against Kimeramon and reborn as BlackAgumon. Through their shared travels, he eventually decides to trust in the Protagonist, and when the Protagonist finds a Core Piece, he is able to assume his Antylamon form once more. Antylamon aids the Protagonist in defeating Kimeramon once and for all, and he then joins the Protagonist permanently, which is represented as 100% Antylamon scan data. The Protagonist's success in raising Antylamon pleases Baihumon, who allows the Protagonist to advance to the Gold Tamer rank.
Haruhiko Kogure (コグレ ハルヒコ Kogure Haruhiko?), simply known as Mr. Gure (グレさん Gure-san?), is a researcher in the Digital World.
He gathers the Protagonist's bio-energy data after they touch the computer's monitor, and finds in them the potential to be a Tamer. Mr. Gure believes that Digimon and humans can exist happily in this world, but he needs the Protagonist's help and introduces the player to the leader of the Tamer Union, ClavisAngemon after obtaining agreement. He then leaves as the Protagonist gets registered to be an official Tamer.
Kazuya (カズヤ?) is the first Tamer that the Protagonist meets on they way to the Tamer Union. He tells the Protagonist about the Digi-Farm system and shows his own, which has a Tsunomon, Gabumon, and Goburimon. His preference is Animal Digimon.
- Tsunomon: A Digimon Kazuya keeps in his Digi-Farm.
- Gabumon: A Digimon Kazuya keeps in his Digi-Farm. It is happy when the Protagonist sees it.
- Goburimon: A Digimon Kazuya keeps in his Digi-Farm.
Phil is a Digimon researcher who was kidnapped by a Machinedramon that wanted to evolve further. Phil's research is on methods of evolving Digimon without the aid of a human partner. He is the inventor of the Return Chip which induces Degeneration. He tricks Machinedramon and uses the Return Chip on the Digimon to degenerate him into Skullgreymon, who the Protagonist (DS) is then easily able to defeat and rescue Phil.
Phil has a younger sister named Ellie, who is partnered with a Biyomon.
Unknown-D (アンノウン-D An'noun-Dejimon?, "Unknown Digimon") is a Digimon who seeks to revive the legendary Super Ultimate Digimon in order to prove that human Tamers make a Digimon weak. He is eventually revealed to be Alphamon. At the end ClavisAngemon helps him stop Chronomon DM but both fail.
ClavisAngemon is the leader of Tamer Union, and observes Platinum Tamers.
When the Protagonist arrives in the Digital World, ClavisAngemon is giving a battle demonstration together with a Mamemon to a group of Digimon, and then gives them a lecture about Digivolution levels, humans, and Tamers. After finishing, he and the other Digimon go back to Digi-Central.
He tries to help Alphamon stop Chronomon but fails.
BT Boss (BTボス Bado Teimāzu Bosu?, "Bad Tamers Boss") is Kain in disguise. He helps Alphamon by infecting Digimon with viruses and making you fight with your own observers. He also leads Bad Tamers.
Chronomon is the Ultra Digimon who is Unknown-D's ultimate goal. Unknown-D desires to use his power to remove all humans from the Digital World by manipulating the Tamer Kain. As an egg in the Core Field, he is protected by a Healing Plant armed with four elemental pods. By the time the Protagonist takes down the Healing Plant, it is too late—because Chronomon was awakened with Kain's dark heart, he becomes the evil Chronomon DM, intent on destroying the world. The Protagonist refuses to give up and subdues Chronomon, turning him into his Holy Mode by showing a pure heart. For this victory, the Protagonist is appointed the Tamer King. The Protagonist can come back and face Chronomon once more in his Holy Mode, winning his partnership upon defeating him, which is represented as 100% scan data for Chronomon Holy Mode.
In Digimon World Dawn and Dusk, Chronomon Holy Mode is partner to a younger version of Kogure and is fought as the final match of the Legend Tamer Quest. Additionally, when the ChronoCore is defeated, it laments that Chronomon isn't there.
- Digimon Data Squad
The Light Fang (ライトファング Raito Fangu?) is a Tamer Organization based in Sunshine CITY; they accept quests from Holy, Dragon, Aquan, and Bird Digimon.
Koh and Partners
Chief Glare (グレアたいちょう Gurea-taichou?) is the leader of Light Fang, and is partnered with Ophanimon. In Dawn, he begins acting strangely after a certain point, and is encountered at the Access Glacier during a quest. In Dusk, he is under the control of the ChronoCore.
In Digimon Story: Lost Evolution, Chief Glare is fought in the Legend Tamer Battle. His Digimon are a Gallantmon Crimson Mode, Ophanimon, and ShineGreymon Burst Mode. Winning against him provides provides 105000 EXP and 45000 bits.
Ophanimon is a Mega-level Ophan Digimon and Chief Glare's partner. One of the few Digimon not degenerated by the Mystic Energy, she helps Chief Glare manage the Light Fang organization. In Dawn, she is fought at Access Glacier as a temporary puppet of Grimmon; in Dusk, she is instead found merged with the ChronoCore in the form of Ophanimon C during the infiltration of Sunshine CITY. It is revealed in an optional quest that she was once a member of Gaia Origin.
Litton is a Gold Tamer who takes over for Chief Glare after he goes missing. She is partnered with an Anubismon. It is implied that she has a crush on Glare, as when Koh says that he can't take Sayo in, Glare suggests that she stays at his home, and Litton gets angry.
Gideon is a Silver Tamer.
Gaoh is a Bronze Tamer.
Lyla is a Bronze Tamer.
Komachi is a Normal Tamer.
Kenpa is a Normal Tamer. In Dusk, she is partnered with a Silphymon.
Cheetah is a Normal Tamer. In Dusk, he is partnered with a JumboGamemon.
Night Claw (ナイトクロウ Naito Kurou?), mistranslated in the English version as Night Crow in Dawn/Dusk, is a Tamer Organization based in Darkmoon CITY; they accept quests from Dark, Beast, Machine, and Insect/Plant Digimon.
Sayo and Partners
Chief Julia (ジュリアたいちょう Juria-taichou?) is the leader of Night Claw, and is partnered with ChaosGallantmon. In Dusk, she begins acting strangely after a certain point, and is encountered at the Access Glacier during a quest. In Dawn, she is under the control of the ChronoCore. Her NaviDigimon is an Impmon.
In Digimon Story: Lost Evolution, Chief Julia is fought in the Legend Tamer Battle. Her Digimon are ChaosGallantmon, MirageGaogamon Burst Mode, and a cloaked Daemon. Winning against her provides 96000 EXP and 40000 bits.
ChaosGallantmon is a Mega-level Dark Warrior Digimon and Chief Julia's partner. One of the few Digimon not degenerated by the Mystic Energy, he helps Chief Julia manage the Night Claw organization. In Dusk, he is fought at Access Glacier as a temporary puppet of Grimmon; in Dawn, he is instead found merged with the ChronoCore in the form of ChaosGallantmon C during the infiltration of Darkmoon CITY. Upon defeat, ChaosGallantmon regains his will and returns to his original form. It is revealed in an optional quest that he was once a member of Gaia Origin.
Raigo is a Gold Tamer partnered to a Zanbamon. He takes over command of Night Claw, briefly, after Chief Julia goes missing. Later[please confirm], he becomes envious when Chief Julia offers to let Koh stay with her.
Spike is a Silver Tamer.
Sukikiyo is a Bronze Tamer.
Kakumi is a Bronze Tamer.
Newton is a Normal Tamer and is partnered to a Kokuwamon. He is in the same team as Sayo and Dorothy.
Dorothy is a Normal Tamer. She is in the same team as Sayo and Newton.
Barone is a Normal Tamer. In Dawn, she is partnered with a Volcamon.
Kowloon Co. (クーロン商会 Kūron-shōkai?, "Cool-wrong Co.") are a group of mercenaries who work for money; they are Digimon who work in the underworld and will make anything for a certain price. They were originally hired by Grimmon to put together the parts of the virus that are attacking CITY, and whenever the protagonist encounters them, they attack. Once defeated, they usually give up a piece of the virus, which can be analyzed in order to restore parts of CITY. Their leader, GranDracmon, resides on Proxy Island, and the main character is eventually sent there to purchase his help in restoring Union Bridge while putting a lock program on it to prevent the other Tamer team from invading while the main character crosses and ends the fighting. GranDracmon, known as the "Merchant of Death", is its leader and Gaiomon is its second-in-command. Other members are WaruSeadramon and Spinomon, who only appear in Dawn, and SkullBaluchimon and Mercurimon, who only appear in Dusk.
The protagonist obtain the unique "Kowloon Blade" during the "Merchant of Death" mission by paying GranDracmon the cover charge instead of asking for the protagonist's Tamer team to foot the bill. If the protagonist cannot pay for the sword, GranDracmon will force them to defeat him in battle instead.
The Gaia Origin (ガイアオリジン Gaia Orijin?) is a group of powerful, Mega-level Digimon who watch over the Digital World. They existed way before the Union was founded. At Susanoomon's request, it stays out of the Chrono Incident, and after observing the protagonist's skill during it, they challenge Sayo or Koh to a duel for the right to be recognized by their organization. This challenge constitutes the "Gaia Origin Challenge" quest. In Dawn, Gallantmon Crimson Mode extracts some of his data to give to the Protagonist, effectively joining him, and Beelzemon Blast Mode does the same in Dusk.
The organization is currently composed of a Duftmon, Sleipmon, Apocalymon, Susanoomon, ZeedMillenniummon, Alphamon, Omnimon, Beelzemon Blast Mode, and Gallantmon Crimson Mode, all of whom are Lv.90 when fought. ChaosGallantmon and Ophanimon were once members as well. Furthermore, after defeating the Gaia Origin, a Clockmon who claims to watch over the Digital World arrives to take the protagonist back home.
- Digimon Next
- Digimon Data Squad
- Digimon World DS
Shuu and Kizuna
Shuu (シュウ?) and Kizuna (キズナ?), age 11, are the main protagonists; Shu is the male and Kizuna is the female. They are partnered with an Agumon.
Shuu is a young boy with lightly tanned skin, brown eyes, and spiky blueish black hair. He wears yellow goggles over his head, a black shirt with a yellow stylized "Q" in the chest, and an orange jacket with a yellow border in the collar He also wears yellow gloves, blue and white jeans shorts, yellow socks, and light blue, red, black, and white sneakers. He usually carries wine-colored bag with a metallic buckle in the strap.
Kizuna is a young girl with fair skin, red eyes, waist-length dark pink hair, and a developed bust. She wears pink eyepieces over head, a pink turtlenecked sleeveless dark pink top with three yellow in collarbone, a dark blue stylized "D" in the chest, yellow gloves, a short denim skirt, a purple belt, pink and purple striped leggings, yellow socks, and pink and purple sneakers with dark blue soles. She also carries a dark green pouch with a metallic circular buckle.
- Shuu (シュウ)
- Default name of the male protagonist.
- Ja: Shuu (シュウ?). A Japanese male name. Possibly from "shūri" (修理? lit. "repairing"), as the protagonist has to repair the Digivolution trees of Digimon.
- Kizuna (キズナ)
- Default name of the female protagonist.
- Ja: Kizuna (キズナ?). A Japanese female name. Possibly after "kizuna" (絆? lit. "link"), as the protagonist has to repair the Digivolution trees that connects one Digimon to another.
- Petit Flame: Shoots fire at the opponent.
- Petit Cutter: uses a cutting attack.
ToyAgumon, Kudamon, Palmon, Dorumon, and Falcomon
After Shuu/Kizuna chooses their first Farm Island, they will obtain three Digimon, one of which depends on the type of Farm Island chosen—ToyAgumon if they choose a Vulcan Farm, Kudamon if they choose Desert Farm, and Palmon if they choose a Tropical Farm. Regardless of the choice, they also get a Dorumon and a Falcomon.
- ToyAgumon is a Mythical Beast Digimon.
- Kudamon is a Beast Digimon.
- Palmon is a Plant Digimon who refers to itself as "watashi" (わたし?), a pronoun that when used in casual contexts is considered feminine.
- Dorumon is a Mythical Animal Digimon who refers to itself as "boku" (ぼく?), which is considered a masculine pronoun. Dorumon can use "Petit Cutter", a cutting attack.
- Falcomon is a Bird Digimon who refers to itself as "atashi" (アタシ?), which is considered a feminine pronoun.
After the Digimon introduce themselves to Shuu/Kizuna, they'll wait in the Farm Island.
Pico (ピコ Piko?) is a DemiDevimon.
- As KyodaiNumemon
- Unchi Paradise (ウンチパラダイス? lit. "Poop Paradise"): Showers all zones in poop, lowering Attack.
- Hyper Giga Smell: Excretes an extremely bad odor in three zones, lowering Defense.
- Nume Squall: Rains down on three zones, lowering Speed.