Xiangpengmon is a Holy Bird Digimon. It is a Digimon with a body so immense that it could cover a mountain.[3] Xiangpengmon normally slumbers deep in the Net Ocean. While sleeping, Xiangpengmon's data keeps its environment at equilibrium. It will awaken if it senses a change for the worse in the waters, swiftly moving to fix the problem before returning to sleep. Because of its large size, any time it surfaces, wings flapping, it causes abnormal weather to occur. While it is in the sea, many other aquatic Digimon build nests in the crevices of its sleeping body. These Digimon give energy to Xiangpengmon so the latter can stay nourished while it sleeps, resulting a symbiotic relationship that helps all of them. None of Xiangpengmon's moves will harm singular targets. They are all large-scale attacks that cause widespread annihilation.[4]


  • Lightning Scourge (雷煌鞭 (らいこうべん) Raikōben?, lit. "Bright-Lightning Scourge")[5]: Causes countless bolts of lightning to strike down over the area where its foe is.
  • Divine Lance (神碎牙 (しんさいが) Shinsaiga?, lit. "Spirit-Shattering Fang"): Fires the spears equipped on its wings to shatter the ground.
  • Sea of Destruction (天星壊海 (てんせいかいかい) Tensei Kaikai?, lit. "Star-Breaking Sea"): Makes an enormous sphere of seawater and sends it crashing into the ground.



Xiangpengmon (シャンポンモン)

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

  • (Zh:) Flying (翔 Xiáng?).
  • (Zh:) Péng (鹏?) is a giant mythical bird that transforms from a fish.


Xiangpengmon is one of the Digimon created for Digimon New Century. It was first shown in promotional material for the game on October 3, 2022 without stating its name, and was added to the Digimon Reference Book before actually debuting in New Century.


Digimon New Century[]

Xiangpengmon digivolves from Huankunmon.

Notes and references[]

  1. Digimon New Century
  2. Digimon New Century
  3. The official English translation says "it could cover several mountains".
  4. Digimon Reference Book: Xiangpengmon
  5. This attack was also named Lightning Scourge (撕煌雷 (しこうらい) Shikōrai?, lit. "Shred of Bright Lightning") in the Digimon Reference Book, though this error was corrected three weeks later.