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PileVolcamon is an Android Digimon. It is one of the digivolutions of Volcamon, of which there are said to be seven types. It possesses tremendous power and destructive force, and is well-versed in all sorts of combat techniques, starting with those from pro wrestling. As it digivolved, its original massive body was polished even more, transforming it into a smart form suited for hand-to-hand combat.[4]

Attacks

  • Volcanic Driver: Uses the eruptive power of the volcanoes on its shoulders to slam the enemy into the ground head-first.
  • Diamond Fist: The strongest fist that can pierce even Chrome Digizoid.

Design

It is a pro-wrestler version of Volcamon and is also based on the real life Pile Volcano Ota.

Etymologies

PileVolcamon (パイルボルケーモン)

Official romanization given by the Digimon Reference Book and used in Japanese media and most American English media.

Fiction

Digimon Battle

PileVolcamon is the Mega of Pagumon (P) which is card digivolved after obtaining Volcamon at LV 41. It is also an enemy Digimon in Wind Valley West.

Digimon Masters

PileVolcamon is an enemy Digimon found in File Island Waterfront.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth

This information is only considered valid within the Complete Edition continuity.

PileVolcamon is #270 and is a Fire Data Type, Mega level Digimon and uses 18 memory. It digivolves from Etemon, GrapLeomon, and Volcanomon. Its special attack is Volcanic Driver and its support skill is Unwavering Defense, which greatly decreases Evasion but also reduces damage received by 15%.


Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory

PileVolcamon is #270 and is a Fire Data Type, Mega level Digimon and uses 18 memory. It digivolves from Etemon, GrapLeomon, and Volcanomon. Its special attack is Volcanic Driver and its support skill is Unwavering Defense, which greatly decreases Evasion but also reduces damage received by 15%.

Notes and References

  1. Digimon Visual Dictionary
  2. Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory trailer
  3. D-Spirit
  4. Digimon Reference Book: PileVolcamon
  5. 5.0 5.1 The name also comes from Pile Volcano Ota, due to the Digimon being based on him.
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