|Appears in:||Digimon Adventure/02/tri.|
|First appearance||"And so it begins..." |
|Voice actor(s):||(Ja:) Miwa Matsumoto|
(En:) Laura Summer, Bridget Hoffman (Revenge of Diaboromon), Dave Mallow (Angemon/MagnaAngemon/Seraphimon), Jamieson Price (Angemon/MagnaAngemon/Seraphimon tri.)
|Partner(s):||Takeru "T.K." Takaishi|
|Pegasusmon (Digi-Egg of Hope)|
|Manbomon (Digi-Egg of Light)|
|Baronmon (Digi-Egg of Courage)|
|DNA Digivolution (+ Ankylomon)|
|Ultimate||Shakkoumon (with Ankylomon)|
Patamon is the playful Digimon partner of T.K.. He has a sensitive, sometimes childish personality but as Angemon and his later forms, he is mature, brave, righteous and is very protective to both T.K. and Kari when both of them are in danger. At his base form, Patamon is weak but his Champion and Ultimate forms are immensely powerful for their respective level, especially against evil Digimon such as Devimon and Piedmon.
- Boom Bubble (Air Shot): Sucks in air then spews an air shot out in one burst.
- Kūchū Air Shot (空中エアショット? lit. "Aerial Air Shot")
- Tai Atari Bomb (たいあたりボム? lit. "Body Blow Bomb")
- Kūchū Tai Atari Bomb (空中たいあたりボム? lit. "Aerial Body Blow Bomb")
- Patapata Hover
- Slamming Attack (はねビンタ Hane Binta?, lit. "Wing Slap"): Slaps the enemy with his wing-like ears.
- Thousand Wings (Thousand Wing)
- Spin Kick
- Air Slam
- Petit Tackle
Digimon Adventure: Anode/Cathode Tamer
When the DigiDestined are captured by Millenniummon, Patamon must be rescued along with T.K. and joins Ryo in his adventure when he is. He is a Data and battles in the Sky.
Digimon Adventure: Our War Game
Digimon Adventure 02
Digimon Adventure 02: Revenge of Diaboromon
Digimon Adventure tri.
Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer
Patamon can be recruited if Ryo Akiyama chooses to save T.K.
Digimon Tamers: Battle Spirit Ver. 1.5
Patamon is also a playable character in many chapters of Digimon Tamers: Digimon Medley if T.K. is available and battles.
Patamon appears in Digimon ReArise as part of the 20th Anniversary celebration of Digimon Adventure.
The name "Patamon" refers to only the Rookie form of this Digimon. Throughout the series, Patamon gains the ability to digivolve into a number of more powerful forms (each with a different name). However, the Rookie form remains as the most common and preferred form, due to the amount of energy required to stay in a higher form.
Poyomon's Digi-Egg was held by the Agents alongside T.K.'s Digivice and Tag, the Crest of Hope, and the other Digi-Eggs, Digivices, Tags, and Crests, but when Piedmon attacked their base and stole the tags and crests, Gennai took the Digi-Eggs and Digivices and escaped in a Mekanorimon. He deposited the Digi-Eggs on File Island, where it eventually hatched into Poyomon.
After sacrificing himself to defeat Devimon, Angemon was reformatted as a Digi-Egg. T.K. keeps the egg with him, and it hatches into Poyomon soon after the DigiDestined complete their raft for Server Continent.
Poyomon is Patamon's Fresh form.
After Angemon sacrifices himself to defeat Devimon, Patamon's data is reconfigured into a Digi-Egg. As the DigiDestined depart for the Continent of Server, the Digi-Egg hatches into Patamon's Fresh form, Poyomon.
Tokomon is the In-Training form of Patamon.
T.K. first meets Tokomon immediately upon his arrival into the Digital World, and the two formed a strong bond very quickly. Tokomon later digivolves into Patamon when the DigiDestined children were in danger from Kuwagamon. When Patamon is reconfigured after the battle with Devimon, he hatches as Poyomon and digivolves to this form again in the Koromon Village.
While he normally appears to be harmless and cute, it is notable that when in danger Tokomon will open his mouth, which reveals layers of huge shark-like fangs. However, he is never seen using these fangs so it is likely they are just used as a scare tactic.
When Patamon becomes very weak, such as after a DNA Digivolution, or Mega Digivolution, he is most likely to revert to this form.
Patamon first became Pegasusmon when the Digi-Egg of Hope was found. Patamon and his partner T.K., along with Kari and Gatomon ended up in a cave after escaping from attacking Tyrannomon. TK managed to open the Digi-Egg and evoked its power, allowing Patamon to armor digivolve to Pegasusmon.
Unlike the other Armor Digimon, Pegasusmon was still needed after Ken reformed, mainly due to the fact that Angemon's main attack, Hand of Fate, was useless against the Control Spire Digimon the DigiDestined had to face, as well as the fact that it's hard for T.K. to ride on Angemon.
During the fight against Pukumon, Joe Kido stumbles into the other DigiDestined and scatters their D-Terminals, so that T.K. accidentally picks up Kari's D-Terminal and uses the Digi-Egg of Light to armor digivolve Patamon to Manbomon.
Baronmon is the 2nd match in Pyramid City's Extra Arena, which features Patamon's digivolutions.
He uses the "Twin Meteor" Deck.
Angemon is the Champion form of Patamon.
Patamon becomes Angemon for the first time during the final fight against Devimon. Devimon had already defeated the other six DigiDestined and their partner Digimon, and when he attempted to grab T.K., Patamon jumped in front of T.K. and finally digivolved into his Champion form Angemon. In a final desperate attempt to defeat Devimon, Angemon sacrificed himself, but was soon reborn as a Digi-Egg, eventually hatching to Poyomon soon after.
Angemon reappeared in the Real World during the battle between Myotismon and WereGarurumon, and with their combined strength, the pair manage to drive off the villain, although they are unable to put an end to him.
Angemon is a very powerful Champion Digimon—his primary attack, the Hand of Fate is very effective against Virus Digimon. Even Myotismon (an Ultimate level Digimon) had been unable to dissipate it, (he had been able to dissipate Ultimate-level attacks from the other DigiDestined's Digimon), although the attack itself was an ambush, and Phantomon (another Ultimate Digimon) was completely destroyed by it. Interestingly, the only Digimon Angemon is unable to defeat are those who are of the Mega level; namely the Dark Masters and VenomMyotismon although he was able to hold off Piedmon for a few minutes. During the battle with LadyDevimon, Angemon and Birdramon left in the middle of the fight in order to gather the forces.
After the Digimon Emperor was defeated and his block against Digivolution lifted, Patamon had the natural ability to once again assume his Champion form. However, his main attack, Hand of Fate, was useless against the majority of Digimon the DigiDestined had to fight, since they where created from Control Spires. This meant they were not real Digimon and Angemon's attack only affected evil Digimon. For that reason, Pegasusmon was still used as his primary fighting form until Angemon and Ankylomon unlocked the power of DNA Digivolution.
When Diaboromon resurfaces on the net, Angemon and Angewomon appeared to help Omnimon fight Diaboromon. The angels pinned him down as Omnimon impaled Diaboromon before he appeared in the Real World as Armageddemon.
Patamon assumed his Angemon form after reuniting with T.K. to battle one of the three infected Kuwagumon. He and Gatomon paired up and they managed to defeat Kuwagumon. Angemon later appeared during the battle with Alphamon, but was quickly defeated by the powerful Mega level Digimon.Despite fighting off his own infection, Patamon persuaded T.K. into helping the partner Digimon to stop Meicrackmon and digivolve to Angemon to join the battle. However, he is fully succumbed to his infection and begins to attack the partner Digimon in a beserk manner. Eventually, Angemon fight off his infection long enough to help everyone entered the Distortion before the reboot begins. Angemon briefly appears during Patamon's digivolution to higher level forms.
MagnaAngemon is Patamon's natural Ultimate form. He carries the sword Excalibur, which allows him to open the Gate of Destiny. Piedmon, the last of the Dark Masters, had been able to turn almost all the DigiDestined children and their Digimon into key chains. Patamon digivolved to Angemon and joined the fight, but was defeated by Piedmon. After seeing T.K.'s willingness to never give up, Angemon finally digivolved into MagnaAngemon, and overwhelmed Piedmon. Using the Magna Antidote ability, MagnaAngemon was able to restore all the DigiDestined and their Digimon. MagnaAngemon then helped WarGreymon and MetalGarurumon defeat Piedmon. It was MagnaAngemon who finally finished off Piedmon with his Gate of Destiny which WarGreymon and MetalGarurumon knocked him into after it finished off the last of Piedmon's army. He made very few appearances in Digimon Adventure, appearing only to fight Piedmon and Apocalymon.
When TK used the crest power to free the Digimon Sovereigns, Patamon lost the power to become MagnaAngemon.
MagnaAngemon makes brief appearances three years later. Angemon uses the power of one of the Destiny Stones to digivolve into MagnaAngemon and fight the nearly invincible BlackWarGreymon. Despite only being an Ultimate, MagnaAngemon is able to fight on equal footing with the Mega BlackWarGreymon, due to his advantage against Evil Digimon. He nearly destroys BlackWarGreymon with his Gate of Destiny, but BlackWarGreymon destroys the Destiny Stone, cutting off MagnaAngemon's power source and causing him to degenerate and his attack to dissipate.
Azulongmon gave one of his DigiCores to the DigiDestined Digimon, restoring their lost ability to digivolve to their ultimate forms.
MagnaAngemon also teams up with MetalGreymon and Kiwimon to fight Mamemon, BigMamemon, MetalMamemon and Giromon where Tai and T.K. send them back to the Digital World. Angemon digivolves to MagnaAngemon after scaring off MarineDevimon, but when he shows up to fight SkullSatamon, he is hit by SkullSatamon's Nail Bone attack without being able to defend himself due to SkullSatamon's speed. Instead of pursuing SkullSatamon, MagnaAngemon gives his power to Imperialdramon Dragon Mode alongside the other Digimon, allowing their friend to become Imperialdramon Fighter Mode; afterward, he degenerates to Patamon. MagnaAngemon appears a final time when T.K. has Patamon digivolve to three of his forms: Angemon, Pegasusmon, and MagnaAngemon, who each attack MaloMyotismon. However, they vanish when they cross into the Digital World.
MagnaAngemon briefly appears during Patamon digivolution to Seraphimon.MagnaAngemon again appears during the battle to stop the more beserked Meicrackmon along with the other partner Digimon (in their Ultimate levels) He was quickly taken down by her increasing powers. Later, MagnaAngemon managed to protect T.K. from falling debris during the battle between Raguelmon and Jesmon. MagnaAngemon appeared to defeat most of the Vilemon summoned by Ordinemon, but only to be knocked away by Devimon being summoned by Dark Gennai. Together with the rest of the Vilemon, Devimon managed to inflict major damage against MagnaAngemon. Fortunately, MagnaAngemon recovered and continued the battle.
Seraphimon is Patamon's Mega form.
Seraphimon is one of the keepers of the golden Digi-Eggs, the other being Magnadramon. During the battle, Angewomon and Angemon warp digivolved into their Mega forms to release the Golden Digi-Eggs. After releasing them, the two Megas could not stay in this form and had to degenerate into Gatomon and Patamon.
During the battle against the revived Machinedramon, Patamon asked T.K. to join the fight and which T.K. agrees, allowing Patamon to Digivolve to Seraphimon. Together with Phoenixmon and HerculesKabuterimon, their combined assault managed to finished of Machinedramon. MagnaAngemon Digivolves to Seraphimon in an effort to stop Jesmon's assault against Raguelmon. As the battle continues into the Digital World, Alphamon joins the battle as well. As Raguelmon blocks Seraphimon's attack, Alphamon uses a powerful attack that reverted Seraphimon back to Tokomon. Seraphimon joins the other partner Digimon to confront Ordinemon after regaining his memories which were lost during the Reboot. During the battle against Ordinemon, he fuses with the other partner Digimon to form Omnimon Merciful Mode who managed to destroy her..
Omnimon Merciful Mode
Notes and References
|Digimon Adventure tri.|
|Main characters:||Taichi "Tai" Kamiya | Yamato "Matt" Ishida | Sora Takenouchi | Koushiro "Izzy" Izumi | Mimi Tachikawa | Joe Kido | Takeru "T.K." Takaishi | Kari Kamiya | Meiko Mochizuki|
|Digimon:||Agumon | Gabumon | Biyomon | Tentomon | Palmon | Gomamon | Patamon | Gatomon | Meicoomon|
|Antagonists:||Alphamon | Kuwagamon | Dark Gennai and Imperialdramon | MetalSeadramon | Machinedramon | King Drasil|
|Other characters:||Daigo Nishijima and Bearmon | Maki Himekawa and Tapirmon | Hackmon | Yuuko Kamiya | Leomon | Ogremon | Professor Mochizuki | Homeostasis | Original DigiDestined and Harmonious Ones | Other characters|
|See also:||Digimon | Digital World | Digital Dimension | Quantum sea | Digivice | D-3 | D-Terminal | Backup field | Infected Digimon | Incorporated Administrative Agency | List of episodes|
|Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna|
|Main characters:||Taichi "Tai" Kamiya | Yamato "Matt" Ishida | Sora Takenouchi | Koushiro "Izzy" Izumi | Mimi Tachikawa | Joe Kido | Takeru "T.K." Takaishi | Kari Kamiya | Davis Motomiya | Cody Hida | Yolei Inoue | Ken Ichijouji|
|Digimon:||Agumon | Gabumon | Biyomon | Tentomon | Palmon | Gomamon | Patamon | Gatomon | Veemon | Armadillomon | Hawkmon | Wormmon|
|Allies:||Menoa Bellucci | Kyotaro Imura|
|See also:||Digimon | Digital World | Digivice | D-3 | Smartphone Digivice | D-Terminal|