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MagnaGarurumon is a Cyborg Digimon. It is a Transcendent-species Digimon that possesses power over Light which is said to have surpassed even the might of the Ten Legendary Warriors. It specializes in moving at light speed, and when its aviation unit is equipped, it is able to fly at subluminal speeds. Also, its "Charge Phantom" chest armor, its long-range firing "Sniper Phantom" on its right arm, and its mid-range firing "Strike Phantom" on its left arm are capable of being detached, although this decreases a portion of its firepower. By spinning at high altitudes, the "Laser Sights" on its chest are capable of locking onto all anti-air and anti-ground targets, so as soon as it spins at an extremely high altitude and confirms its targets, it commences a full-scale attack. It seems that it's already too late to escape from MagnaGarurumon.[8]

Attacks

  • Feral Fire[9] (Machine Gun Destroy): Conducts a simultaneous firing of all its guns at all the locked targets, then violently pulverizes the main target at high speed. The Digimon Frontier dub broadly chooses to assign attacks to individual sections of this attack.
    • Barrel Fire[10]: Fires bullets from the Sniper Phantom.
    • Magna Rockets[11]: Fires missiles from the Strike Phantom.
    • Magna Missile[12]: Consecutive missiles are launched at the opponent from the Charge Phantom's wings.
  • Starburst Hunter[13] (Starlight Velocity): Accelerates to speeds that exceed the subluminal and reach the superluminal level after detaching the Charge Phantom, then erases everything that comes in contact with any of the bands of light.
  • Magna Cannon: Fires from the Sniper Phantom.
  • Ultimate Victory

Design[]

MagnaGarurumon resembles a large, robotic wolf or wolf-like creature. Its body is predominantly silver with blue and red accents, giving it a high-tech appearance. MagnaGarurumon's head is adorned with a large, golden mane-like crest, and it has sharp, angular features, including its eyes. It also sports a pair of rocket thrusters on its back. It also bears the "晃"(Kō/Akira lit. "Bright and Dazzling/Clear) on it's chest.

Etymologies[]

MagnaGarurumon (マグナガルルモン)

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

  • (La:) Magna (lit. "Great").
  • (Ja:) Garuru (ガルルル?), the onomatopoeia for a wolf's growl.

Fiction[]

Digimon Frontier[]

Digimon BattleSpirit 2[]

Digimon Fusion[]

Digimon World: Next Order[]

KaiserGreymon and MagnaGarurumon are collecting energy in an attempt to revive their master, Susanoomon. They require Fire, Light, Ice, Wind, Lightning, Dark, Earth, Wood, Water and Steel energy though the duo already posses all but Wood, Wind, Earth, Steel and Dark. After the Hero has collected Wood, Wind and Earth energy for KaiserGreymon, Kaiser sends them to find MagnaGaurumon, as he must've got lost as he's running late. MagnaGarurumon is found in the Infinite Cauldron. The tamer gives informs MagnaGarurumon of the situation, so Magna agrees to trust the tamer. MagnaGarurumon has the Steel and Dark energy provided but is struggling to transport it so has the tamer take 10 Supermassive Machine Parts labelled A through J to give to KaiserGreymon, who Magna refers to as "EmporerGreymon", to act as the Steel energy. After transporting it, the tamer then has to transfer the Dark energy to KaiserGreymon in the form of a supermassive dark matter, which despite the name is very small but has vast amounts of high compressed energy. MagnaGaurumon has 40 of these, though only has the tamer carry 20 of them, carrying the rest itself to take to KaiserGreymon. They then return to KaiserGreymon, combine all the energy together, which frees Susanooomon. The two of them then join the City as thanks. They both work in the arcade, KasierGreymon during the day and MagnaGaururmon during the night and swap coins for a choice of two different materials, a Stone or Wood material from KasierGreymon or a Liquid or Steel item from MagnaGarurumon once a day, however the second option is glitched and can be selected over and over, never actually doing the trade, meaning only the first option can ever be chosen by both Digimon.

MagnaGarurumon is a Weapon Neutral type, Mega level Digimon. It digivolves from WereGarurumon, Rapidmon and MetalMamemon and can DNA Digivolve to Susanoomon with EmperorGreymon. Mega level Digimon can't poop but if Piedmon's experiment maxes the poop gauge, it will digivolve into PlatinumSukamon or Sukamon.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth[]

This information is only considered valid within the Complete Edition continuity.

MagnaGarurumon is #287 and is a Light Free Type, Mega level Digimon and uses 18 memory. It digivolves from KendoGarurumon, can Mode Change to/from MagnaGarurumon (SV), and can DNA Digivolve to Susanoomon with KaiserGreymon. Its special attack is Machine Gun Destroyer and its support skill is Dark-Lgt, Thunder-Cannon, which increases damage dealt by Electric, Water, Light and Dark attacks by 8%.


Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory[]

MagnaGarurumon is #287 and is a Light Free Type, Mega level Digimon and uses 18 memory. It digivolves from KendoGarurumon, can Mode Change to/from MagnaGarurumon (SV), and can DNA Digivolve to Susanoomon with KaiserGreymon. Its special attack is Machine Gun Destroyer and its support skill is Dark-Lgt, Thunder-Cannon, which increases damage dealt by Electric, Water, Light and Dark attacks by 8%.

Digimon Masters[]

MagnaGarurumon is an obtainable Digimon at the H-Hybrid level and can Jogress to Susanoomon with KaiserGreymon.

Digimon Heroes![]

MagnaGarurumon digivolves from BeoWolfmon.

Digimon ReArise[]

MagnaGarurumon digivolves from KendoGarurumon.

Digimon New Century[]

MagnaGarurumon is a Mega level Digimon that digivolves from KendoGarurumon and can DNA digivolve to Susanoomon with EmperorGreymon.

Notes and references[]

  1. MagnaGarurumon's Hybrid level is treated as equivalent to the Mega level in the Digital Monster Card Game and as an EX-Spirit Digimon in the D-Tector Card Game. MagnaGarurumon is a Mega Digimon in Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory and in Digimon Pendulum Z II.
  2. Digimon Frontier, "Takuya and Koji's Evolution Revolution" [35]
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Spirit-Digivolving Figures: MagnaGarurumon
  4. Bo-859: Darkness into Light, Thunder-fang into Cannon
  5. Hybrid-Digivolving Figures: MagnaGarurumon
  6. Digimon Frontier, "The Brothers Yin and Yang" [48]
  7. Digimon Frontier, "Ice Ice Baby" [36]
  8. Digimon Reference Book: MagnaGarurumon
  9. This attack is named "Magna Missile" in Digimon Frontier, "It Can't Be! Lucemon Reappears" [38] and "Machinegun Destroyer" in the Digimon Reference Book and Digimon World: Next Order, Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory, and Digimon ReArise.
  10. This attack is named "Magna Rocket" in Digimon Frontier, "Cherubimania" [37] and "Feral Fire" in "Jerks And The Beanstalk" [41].
  11. This attack is named "Magna Missiles" in Digimon Frontier, "Jerks And The Beanstalk" [41].
  12. This attack is named "Magna Missiles" in Digimon Frontier, "Ice Ice Baby" [36] and "Magna Rockets" in "Jerks And The Beanstalk" [41].
  13. This attack retains its original name of "Starlight Velocity" in the Digimon Reference Book.
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