|Prior forms||MetalTyrannomon + Megadramon + Andromon + MetalMamemon|
MetalGreymon Alterous Mode
* (w/ Kimeramon)
* (w/ Kimeramon)
* (w/ Aegisdramon)
|DigiFuse forms||DigiFuse Chart|
Tai Kamiya (Adventure:)
|Voice actors||(Ja:) Hisao Egawa (Adventure)|
(En:) Dave Guerrie (Adventure), Michael Sorich (Fusion)
|Cards||(Ja:) St-279, St-580, Bo-55, Bo-136, Bo-436, Dα-244, 1-047|
Machinedramon is a Machine Digimon. With its whole body in 100% full metal, it is the Digital World's strongest Digimon. It was built by synthesizing the parts of many Cyborg Digimon, and it is thought that all of the Cyborg Digimon produced so far were merely prototypes for the completion of Machinedramon. Its power is at a level that would overwhelm other Digimon, and it possesses an intellect which boasts incomparable throughput, but it is a purely mechanical Digimon which does not share their self-will. Instead, someone planted a program containing evil intentions within the DigiCore at the center of its body, and Machinedramon is supplied with infinite power from that malice-filled DigiCore.
- Giga Cannon (∞ Cannon): Fires superdreadnought-class energy waves from its two cannons.
- Dragon Fire (Booster Claw): Drills its right arm into the opponent.
- Catastrophe Day (Catastrophe D): Detonates itself in a large explosion.
- Infinite Hand (∞ Hand): Launches a blast of energy from its hand. In Digimon World Championship it crushes an opponent with its huge arm.
- Giga Destroyer: Fires organic missiles from the hatch on part of its chest.
- 1 Design
- 2 Fiction
- 2.1 Digimon Adventure
- 2.2 Digimon Adventure 02: Tag Tamers
- 2.3 Digimon Adventure 02: D-1 Tamers
- 2.4 Digimon Adventure tri.
- 2.5 Digimon Tamers
- 2.6 Digimon Frontier
- 2.7 Digimon Fusion
- 2.8 Digimon Adventure:
- 2.9 Digimon World
- 2.10 Digimon World 2
- 2.11 Digimon World 3
- 2.12 Digimon Digital Card Battle
- 2.13 Digimon World Re:Digitize
- 2.14 Digimon World: Next Order
- 2.15 Digimon World DS
- 2.16 Digimon World Dawn and Dusk
- 2.17 Digimon Story: Super Xros Wars Blue and Red
- 2.18 Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth
- 2.19 Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory
- 2.20 Digimon World Championship
- 2.21 Digimon Battle
- 2.22 Digimon Masters
- 2.23 Digimon Heroes!
- 2.24 Digimon Soul Chaser
- 2.25 Digimon Links
- 2.26 Digimon ReArise
- 2.27 Digimon New Century
- 3 Notes and references
Machinedramon is made from synthesized body parts of many Cyborg Digimon—Megadramon's helmet and right claw, MetalTyrannomon's jaw and chest circuits, two of MetalMamemon's Psycho Blasters, MetalGreymon (Vaccine)'s left claw and chest plates, and Andromon's shoulder pads. Its tail is a hollow stump, which in Digimon Adventure tri. can project a serpentine tail made out of energy, while in Digimon Adventure:, it can extend, revealing rotating beam-like weaponry.
In Digimon Fusion it lacks its Psycho Blasters. In Digimon World through Digimon World 3, it has a full robotic dinosaur tail, red eyes, and its Psycho Blasters can be stowed in reverse—Figure-rise Standard Amplified MACHINEDRAMON is able to re-position its Psycho Blasters as reference to this. In some media, such as Digimon World: Next Order, Digimon Adventure tri., and Figure-rise Standard Amplified MACHINEDRAMON, its eyes can flash red, also referencing its original appearance. In Digimon Adventure:, an incomplete version of Machinedramon lacking its Psycho Blasters appears early on as an energy projection of Agumon.
- Mugendramon (ムゲンドラモン)
Official romanization given by the Digimon Reference Book and used in Japanese media.
Digimon Adventure: Anode and Cathode Tamer
Digimon Adventure 02: Tag Tamers
Machinedramon are major enemies in Ryo's side of Machine Base 2, Gear Base 2, ElectroBase 2, and Darkness Server 2, as well as Ken's side of Darkness (Ankoku and Yami) Server, Despair Server, Moon-Server, as well as in Ken's two pre-boss battles in Millenniummon's Castle.
Machinedramon digivolves from Megadramon in line 29.
Digimon Adventure 02: D-1 Tamers
It is possible to obtain a Machinedramon through jogressing two Hagurumon and obtaining enough jogress points.
Digimon Adventure tri.
Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer
Machinedramon are enemies in Millenniummon's World.
The Machinedramon card, titled "Mugen Cannon," teaches a Digimon the Mugen Cannon technique. Mugen Cannon deals Virus-type damage to all enemies.
Digimon Tamers: Digimon Medley
Machinedramon are regular enemies in the "The Final Dark Digimon" and "A New World" chapters. This is a reference to the fact that the boss of these chapters, Apocalymon, uses Machinedramon's attack in the Digimon Adventure anime.
Digimon Xros Wars (manga)
Digimon Fusion Fighters
Machinedramon cannot be used during single player but is usable in multiplayer, taking the final slot on the Digimon list. It uses the same moves as the first battle against Machinedramon and has the stats of the Digimon used to defeat it.
Digimon World 2
Machinedramon digivolves from SkullGreymon. It can also be obtained by trading SkullGreymon at the Digimon Centre. Its special attack in this game is an attack, "Giga Cannon" that spend 60 MP. It`s a single attack.
Digimon World 3
Machinedramon appears as a random battle in the Amaterasu Dum Dum Factory and as one of the Royal Guard's (in the undersea base Magasta) partner Digimon. It is also a Red S-Energy Card with 50/49.
Digimon Digital Card Battle
The Machinedramon card is #108 and is an Ultimate level Darkness-type card with 2400 HP, needing 60 DP to digivolve into, and worth 0 DP in the DP Slot. Its attack, "Giga Cannon", inflicts 980 damage, its attack, "Booster Claw", inflicts 520 damage, and its attack, "Catastrophe Day", inflicts 0 damage, and is a Crash attack. It has no support effect.
A real Machinedramon is VenomMyotismon's right hand man and resides in Infinity Tower.
Digimon World Re:Digitize
Digimon World Re:Digitize: Decode
Digimon World: Next Order
Machinedramon is a Weapon Virus type, Mega level Digimon. It digivolves from MetalMamemon, Gigadramon and MegaSeadramon. Mega level Digimon can't poop but if Piedmon's experiment maxes the poop gauge, it will digivolve into PlatinumSukamon or Sukamon.
Digimon World DS
Machinedramon is the kidnapper of Phil, a Digimon researcher. By the way of an item, it is forced to degenerate into SkullGreymon before being fought.
Machinedramon digivolves from Megadramon. Machinedramon also appears in the Hard Mountains.
Digimon World Dawn and Dusk
MachineDramon is #311, and is a Mega-level, Attacker-class, Machine-species Digimon with a resistance to the Steel element and weakness to the Water element. Its basic stats are 323 HP, 327 MP, 174 Attack, 148 Defense, 104 Spirit, 124 Speed, and 75 Aptitude. It possesses the Heroic Power, Heroic Guard, Ether Ring, and Sniper 4 traits.
It dwells in the Process Factory.
MachineDramon digivolves from SkullGreymon. In order to digivolve to MachineDramon, your Digimon must be at least level 55, with 280 attack, but only if you have previously befriended a MetalSeadramon.
MachineDramon can also DNA digivolve from any two of MetalTyrannomon, Gigadramon, and Megadramon, if the base Digimon is at least level 50, with 300 attack, but only if you have previously befriended a MetalSeadramon. MachineDramon can DNA digivolve to Millenniummon with Kimeramon, or to Apocalymon with Piedmon.
MachineDramon can be hatched from the Machine Egg.
Digimon Story: Super Xros Wars Blue and Red
Machinedrmaon (Spade) DigiFuses from MetalTyrannomon, Andromon, Megadramon, and ExTyrannomon, whilst Machinedramon (Heart) DigiFuses from MetalMamemon, MetalGreymon (Vaccine), SkullGreymon, and ExTyrannomon. Machinedramon can DigiFuse to Millenniummon with Kimeramon, to Chaosdromon with Gallantmon and AncientVolcanomon, and to Apocalymon with Piedmon, Puppetmon, and MetalSeadramon.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth
Machinedramon is an Electric Virus Type, Mega level Digimon and uses 18 memory. It digivolves from Gigadramon, Megadramon, and Datamon. Its special attack is Infinity Cannon and its support skill is Full Functionality which prevents sleep.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory
Machinedramon is #294 and is an Electric Virus Type, Mega level Digimon and uses 18 memory. It digivolves from Gigadramon, Megadramon, and Datamon, and can digivolve to Chaosdramon and Apocalymon. Its special attack is Infinity Cannon and its support skill is Full Functionality which prevents sleep.
Digimon World Championship
Machinedramon is card digivolution digivolving from Megadramon or Gigadramon. There is also a mutant digivolution, in which it digivolves from Monzaemon. Machinedramon can also digivolve to Chaosdromon.
Machinedramon is also a boss located at the Babamon Village Region.
Machinedramon is a Mega-level Mercenary Digimon. Machinedramon digivolves from Megadramon, and can digivolve to Chaosdramon once the "Hyper Cannon" has been applied to it. It can also Jogress to either Millenniummon or Moon=Millenniummon with Kimeramon.
Digimon Soul Chaser
Machinedramon digivolves from MetalTyrannomon.
Digimon New Century
Machinedramon digivolves from SkullGreymon.
Notes and references
- Machinedramon is an Ultimate level Digimon in Digimon World.
- Digimon Pendulum 5: Mugendramon
- Digimon Xros Wars (manga), "Xros Revolution!! The Guide to Miracles!!" 
- Digimon Masters
- Digimon World DS
- Digimon World: Next Order
- Digimon Adventure:, "The Final Stage, DoneDevimon" 
- Digimon Adventure: Anode Tamer and Cathode Tamer
- Digimon Fusion, "Showdown in the Sand Zone" 
- Digimon Masters; removed from gameplay as of January 9, 2020 (Digimon Masters: "[Notice] Notice in advance of 14th Jan Maintenance").
- This attack is named "Infinity Cannon" in Digimon World, Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth, Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory, Digimon World: Next Order, Digimon Links, Digimon ReArise, and on BT2-106: Infinity Cannon.
- This attack retains its original "Booster Claw" name in Digimon Digital Card Battle.
- This attack is named "Dragon Fire" in Digimon Battle and "Booster Claw" in Digimon Masters.
- Bo-302: Ultimate Connection!!
- Figure-rise Standard Amplified MACHINEDRAMON