(デジモンハンター Dejimon Hantā?)
(En:) Evil, Demon
|Debut||Digital Monster Ver. 3|
* (w/ Devimon)
|DigiFuse forms||DigiFuse Chart|
Wicked Underling Hacker
|Voice actors||(Ja:) Hisao Egawa (Adventure), Kenta Miyake (Savers), Ryuzaburou Ohtomo (Xros Wars)|
(En:) Beau Billingslea
Ogremon is an Evil Digimon. It is a Demon Digimon resembling an Oni in Japanese folklore. The attacks it carries out with its muscles have tremendous destructive power. It has a high intelligence, but a rough temper, the driving force behind its destructive anger. It is very belligerent, and is referred to as the "Digimon Hunter" due to seeking to fight bold Digimon with as much combat power as itself. It carries a bone club that is said to be a femur of a slain SkullGreymon. Also, it is a rival to Leomon.
- Pummel Whack (覇王拳 Haouken?, lit. "Tyrant Fist"): Fires dark energy from its fist. Some media depict the energy in the shape of Ogremon's head, similar to Leomon's "Fist of the Beast King".
- Bone Mace (骨棍棒 Hone Konbou?, lit. "Bone Club"): Whacks enemies with its club.
- Faint Punch (Feint Punch)
- Strong Maul
- Bone Strike: Attacks with a hard bone club.
- 1 Design
- 2 Fiction
- 2.1 Digimon Adventure
- 2.2 Digimon Adventure 02
- 2.3 Digimon Adventure tri.
- 2.4 Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer
- 2.5 Digimon Tamers: Digimon Medley
- 2.6 Digimon Savers: Ultimate Power! Activate Burst Mode!!
- 2.7 Digimon Fusion
- 2.8 Digimon Adventure:
- 2.9 Digimon Adventure V-Tamer 01
- 2.10 Digimon Next
- 2.11 Digimon World
- 2.12 Digimon World 2
- 2.13 Digimon World 3
- 2.14 Digimon World 4
- 2.15 Digimon World Re:Digitize: Decode
- 2.16 Digimon World: Next Order
- 2.17 Digimon Digital Card Battle
- 2.18 Digimon World DS
- 2.19 Digimon World Dawn and Dusk
- 2.20 Digimon Story: Lost Evolution
- 2.21 Digimon Story: Super Xros Wars Blue and Red
- 2.22 Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth
- 2.23 Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory
- 2.24 Digimon World Championship
- 2.25 Digimon Battle
- 2.26 Digimon Masters
- 2.27 Digimon Heroes!
- 2.28 Digimon Soul Chaser
- 2.29 Digimon Links
- 2.30 Digimon ReArise
- 2.31 Digimon New Century
- 3 Notes and references
Ogremon is a Digimon that resembles a green ogre with long, unkempt white hair, pointed ears adored by earrings, two horns on its head and spikes jutting from its shoulders. It's known for having its mouth open nearly all the time with an exaggerated lower jaw similar to Violator and has fang-like tusks on its upper jaw like a traditional Oni. It wears a black loincloth with a belt, a bracer on its right arm, red bandages on both its left arm and right leg and black belts on its left leg. It carries a large, spiked femur bone as a bludgeon weapon. It has a skull and crossbones on its left arm below its shoulder spikes, metal studs on the knuckles of its left hand, and a scar on the back of its right hand.
Its Toei art depicts its horns as symmetrical whereas its Bandai art depicts the right horn as larger than the left one.
- Orgemon (オーガモン)
Official romanization given by the Digimon Reference Book and used in most Japanese media.
- Orge. Misspelling of Ogre.
- Ogremon (オーガモン)
Official romanization given by Digimon Jintrix and used in American English and some Japanese media.
An Ogremon appears in Odaiba.
Digimon Adventure: Anode/Cathode Tamer
Ogremon are recruitable enemies in File Mansion—Right and Millenniummon's Lair.
Digimon Adventure 02
25 years later, another Ogremon is seen with a hurt arm and is being tended to by Joe, who is now the Digital World's first doctor as seen in the Epilogue of the series.
Digimon Adventure 02: Tag Tamers
The boss of Ryo's side of Black Ship 2, Greymon, has an Ogremon in its party.
Digimon Adventure tri.
Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer
Ogremon are enemies in the Dark Daisuke's Crevasse.
The Ogremon card, titled "PF Critical I", is a Rank 3 allows the player to press a button during the Digimon's attack to increase power by 25%.
Digimon Tamers: Digimon Medley
Digimon Savers: Ultimate Power! Activate Burst Mode!!
Digimon Adventure V-Tamer 01
Several Ogremon are servants of Daemon. One appears among Myotismon's troops at Nightmare Castle. Later, after Rei escapes Demon Castle, an Ogremon is among those clamoring for the honor of hunting her down, but is slain when Callismon decides to prove he alone deserves the mission.
An Ogremon fights a Garurumon on the Battle Stage in the Net Game World.
Ogremon is the leader of a small group of bandits which terrorize the Great Canyon. It first appears near Monochromon's shop after talking to Yuramon, and ambushes Mameo on the right of the forked road. It is accompanied by a group of Agumon and challenges him to a battle. After defeating Ogremon, it and its goons retreat to its fortress at the bottom of the Canyon where it battles Mameo again. When Mameo defeats it a second time, it flees. The third time Mameo fights Ogremon is in Whamon's secret cave, but this time it has a Gabumon and a WaruSeadramon with it. When Mameo defeats it a third time, it lies about joining the city and flees. Ogremon fights Mameo one last time in Drill Tunnel. When it loses for the fourth time, it finally joins the city were he patrols for shady looking characters. Ogremon is the only character (Besides Leomon) to have its own theme music.
Ogremon digivolves from Gabumon and Patamon, and can digivolve to Andromon and Giromon. If the waste gauge hits maximum, it will digivolve to Sukamon. If it reaches 240 hours of life without digivolving to the Ultimate level, it has a 50% chance of digivolving to Vademon when praised or scolded. At 360 hours, it will digivolve to Vademon regardless.
Digimon World 2
An Ogremon resides in Meditation Dome before being Kim's partner. The Ogremon's data is taken in order to create Wild Code.
Digimon World 3
Ogremon can be found in Asuka's West Sector, in North Badlands and South Badlands. In the PAL version of the game, Ogremon can be found in Amaterasu's East Sector, in West Wire Forest, once Galacticmon has been beat.
Digimon World 4
Ogremon is sometimes seen in the game in Death Valley and in MaloMyotismon's base.
Digimon World Re:Digitize: Decode
Digimon World: Next Order
Ogremon is a Hand-To-Hand Virus type, Champion level Digimon. It digivolves from Gotsumon, Terriermon, and Goblimon, and can digivolve into SkullGreymon, WaruSeadramon, and MetalTyrannomon. If the poop gauge hits max, it will digivolve into PlatinumSukamon.
Digimon Digital Card Battle
The Ogremon card is #122 and is a Champion level Darkness-type card with 1050 HP, needing 40 DP to digivolve into, and worth 10 DP in the DP Slot. Its attacks are:
- "Pummel Whack": inflicts 530 damage.
- "Bone Mace": inflicts 320 damage.
- "Faint Punch": inflicts 0 damage, and counters opponent's attack.
Its support effect is "Discards Cards in own DP Slot and multiply Attack Power by number of discards.".
Digimon World DS
Ogremon digivolves from Goblimon, and can digivolve further into Arukenimon or Etemon depending on its stats. An Ogremon is fought earlier in the game, within Data Forest while the player searched for a piece of equipment Gabumon dropped.
Digimon World Dawn and Dusk
Ogremon is #096 and is a Champion-level, Attacker-class, Beast-species Digimon with a resistance to the Earth element and a weakness to the Fire element. Its basic stats are 167 HP, 180 MP, 116 Attack, 95 Defense, 73 Spirit, 70 Speed, and 40 Aptitude. It possesses the Powerful 3 and MotherEarth3 traits.
It dwells in the Chip Forest.
Ogremon digivolves from Goburimon and can digivolve into ShadowWereGarurumon. In order to digivolve or degenerate into Ogremon, your Digimon must be at least LV26 with at least 120 attack and at least 750 beast exp.
Ogremon can be hatched from the Nature Egg.
Digimon Story: Lost Evolution
Ogremon is #073, and is a Champion-level, Attacker-class, Beast-species Digimon with a resistance to the Earth and Dark elements and a weakness to the Holy and Water elements. It possesses the High Critical and Item Hunter traits, and has the special skill Rock Split.
It dwells in the Resistor Jungle. When defeated, it can drop the debug plates for both Ogremon and ShadowWereGarurumon.
Ogremon digivolves from Goblimon and can digivolve into ShadowWereGarurumon. In order to digivolve or degenerate into Ogremon, your Digimon must be at least level 19 with 105 Attack, but only once you have revived Ogremon.
It can be hatched from the Fang Striped Egg.
Digimon Story: Super Xros Wars Blue and Red
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth
Ogremon is an Earth Virus Type, Champion level Digimon and uses 8 memory. It digivolves from Impmon, Gaomon, and Goblimon and can digivolve to Digitamamon, SkullMeramon, and WereGarurumon. Its special attack is Pummel Whack and its support skill is Haymaker which increases Critical Hits by 15%.
In Complete Edition, Ogremon can also digivolve to SkullSatamon.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory
Ogremon is #078 and is an Earth Virus Type, Champion level Digimon and uses 8 memory. It digivolves from Impmon, Gaomon, and Goblimon and can digivolve to Digitamamon, SkullMeramon, WereGarurumon, and SkullSatamon. Its special attack is Pummel Whack and its support skill is Haymaker which increases Critical Hits by 15%.
Digimon World Championship
Ogremon digivolves from Goburimon at level 21, and digivolves to Etemon at level 31. Ogremon can also digivolve to Mummymon or an Etemon that ends in KingEtemon instead of MetalEtemon through card digivolution.
The Ogremon present in this game is commonly mistaken with Fugamon due to its unusual Brown colouration and tiger stripe outfit.
Digimon Soul Chaser
Digimon New Century
Notes and references
- 2000 Bandai D-Terminal English toy
- Digimon Battle
- Digimon World Dusk
- Digimon Adventure V-Tamer 01, "Another Tamer" 
- Digimon World Re:Digitize: Decode
- Digimon Adventure:, "The Vagrant War Demon, Rebellimon" 
- This attack is named "Bone Cudgel" on Bo-04, and Digimon Battle.
- Digimon Adventure: Anode Tamer (WSC) FAQ/Walkthrough by Sleight1 GameFAQs (2006-04-06) Retrieved on 2009-06-13.
- Digimon Adventure 02: Tag Tamers FAQ by Ajora Fravashi To Bring Back Yesterday (2005-05-05) Retrieved on 2009-06-19.
- Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer (WSC) FAQ/Walkthrough by Ajora Fravashi GameFAQs (2003-07-05) Retrieved on 2009-06-09.