|Type||(Ja:) Demon Dragon|
(En:) Dark Dragon
|Next forms||MadLeomon (Orochimode)|
* (w/ MadLeomon)
|Voice actors||(En:) Lex Lang (Tamers)|
|Cards||(Ja:) St-360, St-533, Bo-879, Bo-54t|
(En:) St-137, DT-21
Orochimon is a Dark Dragon Digimon. It is gigantic and possesses eight heads, though seven of them are dummies, and the black one in the middle is the only real one. The roots of Orochimon's creation are old, and although it was a being such that it raged in all its fury in the ancient Digital World, and drove some areas to devastation, it was sealed by the servant of a "being" which sought to preserve the harmony of the Digital World.
- Sake Breath (酒ブレス?): Gets the opponent completely drunk by intoxicating them with its alcohol-laden breath.
- Spirytus Breath: An upgraded version of Sake Breath. It subjects high-concentration alcohol to high pressure, vaporizing and releasing it.
- Inferno Blast: Spews out a powerful blaze.
- Ame no Murakumo: Turns the tip of its tail into a sharp blade, then cuts the opponent to pieces.
- 1 Design
- 2 Development
- 3 Fiction
- 4 Notes and references
- Orochimon (オロチモン)
Official romanization given by the Digimon Reference Book and used in the franchise.
Orochimon was adopted from a winning entry in the "Bandai-Town FAX Service Digimon Illustration Contest" which belonged to Noritake Furuta from Niigata Prefecture.
Orochimon is a wild Digimon with 12 HP and 3 AP. It is #36 in the D-Ark Notes, and its code is -224. It appears as the boss of Secret B, and as an enemy in Area 5. Orochimon is replaced by Pandamon in the D-Ark 1.5.
Digimon Savers 3D: The Digital World in Imminent Danger!
When Agumon, Gaomon, Lalamon, and Calumon fly in the air whilst riding a Roller coaster in the Digital World, they land on an Orochimon's head. It chases them, though after Agumon pulls a rope a large amount of pans fall from the sky and hit Orochimon on its heads, allowing the group to escape.
Digimon Fusion Fighters
Digimon Adventure tri.
Orochimon can Burst Digivolve from Reppamon.
Orochimon appears in the fourth Northwest area of Forest Coliseum and can be unlocked by winning the "Power" mini-game.