Ordinemon is a Fallen Angel Digimon. It is a Digimon with gigantic, jet-black wings; the truth about it is still unclear, and it is theorized by a portion of researchers to appear when the Digital World has been plunged into chaos and is meeting its end. Although it was originally an Ophanimon whose role was to maintain order, it was said to have fallen due to its wrath and sorrow and fused with Raguelmon, giving rise to Ordinemon. Negative emotions themselves flow out of Ordinemon's wings, and a flap of its wings will spread miasma throughout its surroundings. The endlessly overflowing miasma is capable of eventually covering the entire world, resulting in the end of all life. However, its true nature is one of kindness, a high-standing being who plans to save the world by first returning the world, which has lost its order, to nothingness.[3]


  • End of the World: Fires a jet-black wave from its mouth that destroys all data.
  • Magna Visibility: An omnidirectional attack where it launches the two orbs embedded in its wings to attack the enemies around it.
  • Summon Apocalypse: Its falling feathers transform into countless Digimon and attack.
  • Miasma: Spreads miasma from its wings, eventually ending all life in the World.


Ordinemon is a white feminine humanoid Digimon. It has orange, green, and blue double helix-like appendages in place of hands and feet, and at the end of white hair-like appendages that cover its eyes. It has sharp teeth and three pairs of cat ears with orange highlights. It has large grey wings, each with a blue, pointed appendage, a violet jewel on the left wing, and a cyan jewel on the right wing.


Ordinemon (オルディネモン)

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

  • It: Ordine. Order.


Digimon Adventure tri.

Main article: Ordinemon (Adventure)

Digimon Masters

Ordinemon is a Jogress level Digimon that Jogresses from Ophanimon Falldown Mode and Raguelmon.

Digimon Pendulum Ver.20th

Ordinemon DNA Digivolves from Ophanimon Falldown Mode and Raguelmon.

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