Pajiramon b
Title Dark Deva
Level Ultimate
Type Holy Beast
Attribute Virus
Family Nightmare Soldiers
Nature Spirits
Voice actors (Ja:) Masako Katsuki (Tamers)
(En:) Mary Elizabeth McGlynn (Tamers)
Cards (Ja:) Bo-824, Bo-39t, Dα-586

Pajiramon is a Holy Beast Digimon. It is the "Sheep" Deva, and serves the Digimon Sovereign Zhuqiaomon. As a follower of Zhuqiaomon, it is a powerful figure who rules the world of dreams. It doesn't befriend the other Deva and is always calm, never changing its mind. Among the Deva, it has surprisingly many secrets whose truth is not divulged, and it is also known as the Dark Deva. Its personality is cruel, and lacks feelings of consideration for others. The arrows of light fired off from its "Bǎo Gōng" (宝弓? lit. "Treasure Bow"), which it never parts with even for a moment, have the power to knock out the opponent.[1]


  • Bǎo Gōng (宝弓? lit. "Treasure Bow")
  • Vahnijvala[2]: Confines the opponent within a nightmare world from which they cannot awaken, by means of its special arrows. Kumbhiramon is the only Deva able to counter it, through the power of its thoughts.
  • Thunder Stomp: Stomps hard enough for a localized quake.


Pajiramon is a centaur-like sheep Digimon notable for its long arms with large forearms. It has a pair of purple ram horns and a single, straight purple horn between them. It wears a purple cuirass with spaulders and gold trim, purple vambraces with gold trim, red lining, and bonji on the back of the hands, a red scarf, and a red belt with three gold buckles which have bonji on the middle one. It carries a purple crossbow with a black tiller.


Pajiramon (パジラモン)

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


Digimon Tamers

Main article: Pajiramon (Tamers)

Digimon Heroes!

Pajiramon digivolves from Devimon.

Digimon ReArise

Main article: Pajiramon (ReArise)

Notes and references

  1. Digimon Reference Book: Pajiramon
  2. Internet Sacred Text Archive, retrieved 08/31/07; Vishnu Purana, Ch. VI: "He who is a tender on sheep, and hunter of deer, goes to the hell termed Vahnijwála (or fiery flame); as do those who apply fire to unbaked vessels (potters)."
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