The Digimon for March 18th, 2013 is Leviamon!

Called the “Devil Beast” out of terror of the exceedingly mighty power that this monster possesses, it is counted as one of the “Seven Great Demon Lords” and is the strongest monster existing in the Digital World. This extensive monster, said to possess gigantic jaws which could guzzle even the Digital World, is reported to sleep in the depths of the Net Ocean nearest to the Dark Area, and if it is awakened, it will despise any Digimon at the top, and will flee even Angel Digimon, much less other Demon Lord Digimon. However, as the existence of the limits on Digimon are decoded, its own appears similar to nothingness, and it is said that it builds the foundation for the existence of wickedness in the Digital World. Its Special Moves are destroying everything with its gigantic jaws (Rostrum), and mowing everything down with its long tails (Cauda).

- Digimon Reference Book translation credit to Wikimon.

Did you know that…?

  • Leviamon is an Ultimate-level digimon, which is known as a “Mega” in the US. His Attribute is Virus, and he is classified as a Demon Lord Digimon. He belongs to the Dark Area, Deep Savers, and Nightmare Soldiers families.
  • Leviamon’s name is derived from “Leviathan”, a gigantic demon beast associated with the sea in the Bible. His opposite is the Behemoth, which represents land. Some interpretations of the Leviathan depict it as a crocodile, hence why Leviamon is visually based on one as well.
  • In Paradise Lost, Leviathan was one of Lucifer’s right-hand demons, and one of the strongest in existence.
  • Leviamon belongs to the group known as the “Seven Great Demon Lords.” Each member of this group represents one of the Seven Deadly Sins. In Leviamon’s case, he represents Envy. The same is true of Leviathan in classical Demonology.
  • Leviamon’s attacks translate to “Snout” (“Rostrum”), and “Tail” (“Cuada”) in Latin. He has two other attacks as well: “Duo Cuada” (“Double Tail”) and “Anima” (“Breath”) respectively.

Anime and Manga Appearances:

Leviamon had a brief cameo in Digimon Savers as one of the Seven Great Demon Lords as part of a flashback depicting the origins of Belphemon.

In Digimon Xros Wars, Leviamon is one of several legendary warriors who fought the Bagra Army alongside Omegamon. He, like the others, was transformed into a Digi Memory, which was later discovered and used by Kudou Taiki. Later, at the end of the second half of the series, Leviamon was restored to life by the power of the Code Crown alongside his comrades.

Leviamon also had a brief cameo in the Digimon Xros Wars manga series.

Video Games and Virtual Pets:

Leviamon has a fairly major role in the video game Digimon Savers: Another Mission (Known as Digimon World Data Squad in America), where he is one of the bosses and part of the Seven Great Demon Lords. He also features in a Demon Lord-focused subquest in Digimon World DS, and will appear with the other six in the upcoming Digimon World: Re:Digitize DeCode for the Nintendo 3DS.

As for virtual pets, Leviamon is featured in the Digivice Burst, DigiWindow, and Digimon Xros Loader.

The Digimon for April 25th, 2013 is Aegisdramon!

Aegisdramon | Level: Ultimate/Mega | Cyborg Digimon | Attribute: Vaccine

A subspecies of Digimon born from the fusion of a Plesiomon with Seadramon-species data. It is said that its shining figure, clad in golden armor, will purify all evil. Its Special Move “Shine Breaker”, in which it simultaneously fires concentrated bombardments of shining energy and bombardments of scorching energy at the target, from all the cannons on its body, completely annihilates the target with the gigantic explosion of super-destructive energy produced from the fusion of the two types of energy at the point of convergence of all the bombardments. That explosion releases a glistening, golden flash, causing you to feel its terrifying power while also sensing its divinity at the same time.

- Digimon Story: Lost Evolution translation credit to Wikimon

Did you know that…?

  • Aegisdramon’s name is derived from the greek word “Aegis”, which refers to either “the protection offered by a high religious authority”, or “the holder of a shield signifying the same”, as well as the English word “dragon”.
  • Aegisdramon’s attacks are “Tera Hydro Breath” and “Shine Breaker.”
  • Aegisdramon made its debut in Digimon Story: Lost Evolution, the fourth game in the Digimon World DS series, which to date has not been released in America.
  • Due to not appearing in any media outside of video games, Aegisdramon does not belong to any existing family. However, given its profile, we’d guess that it’d be one of the Deep Savers.

Notable Roles

Aegisdramon’s sole role has been in Digimon Story: Lost Evolution, where it first appeared as part of a quest that had to be unlocked via a password. After completing the quest and reviving Aegisdramon, one could find wild Aegisdramon in the game, as well as evolve a Plesiomon into one after meeting certain requirements.

Read more about Aegisdramon:

I called upstairs to my brother to tell him I was watching the digimon movie and two seconds later I heard a crash, then silence, then another crash

he literally tripped running downstairs to watch the digimon movie, then got back up, learned nothing, and tripped again still racing towards his ultimate goal of the digimon movie. my brother and I are both in our twenties


5 / 11 / 15 “A Beast Man-type Ultimate Digimon which governs the freezing lands of the permafrost, where nothing ever thaws.” - Digimon Adventure

Hello, and welcome to the Daily Digimon blog! To celebrate our grand opening, we’re focusing on five unique Digimon today! And to kick us off, here’s our fourth entry: Boltmon!

A prototype Cyborg Digimon constructed at the same time as Andromon. Unlike the mechanically-based Andromon, the organically-based Boltmon possessed emotions, as well as power that surpassed Andromon’s, but it was difficult to control and ran wild, and was consigned to oblivion in the darkness. It is an unfortunate Digimon whose own existence was denied, so it wanders within the darkness of its sorrow. Its Special Move is to easily wield its gigantic battle axe (Tomahawk Steiner).

- Digimon Reference Book translation credit to Wikimon.

Did you know that…?

  • Boltmon is an Ultimate-level digimon, which is known as a “Mega” in the US. His attribute is Data, and he is classified as a Cyborg Type digimon. He is a member of the Nightmare Soldier and Metal Empire families.
  • Boltmon’s name comes from “bolt”, and is based on Frankenstein’s monster. The use of the world “bolt” refers to the bolts often seen in the neck of said monster in movie adaptations; the same is true of his green skin. However, Boltmon’s characterization in his profile is more similar to that of the monster in Mary Shelley’s original novel than what is seen in the movies.
  • He has two other attacks, one of which is “Bousou” meaning “Berserk”, with the other simply being “Battle Tomahawk.”
  • His “Tomahawk Steiner” attack is a reference to the “Frankensteiner” technique used in professional wrestling.

Anime Appearances:

Despite being a rather old digimon, Boltmon’s animated appearances have been relatively minor. The first was in Digimon Tamers, where he was one of many digimon evolved by the Shining Evolution, and the second was in Digimon Xros Wars where a group of them were being attacked by the Bagra Army.

However, Boltmon did serve as one of the primary antagonists (if you could call it that) of the Adventure 02 drama CD, “The Road to Armor Evolution.”

Video Games and Virtual Pets:

Boltmon made his debut in the Digimon Pendulum 3.0 “Nightmare Soldiers” virtual pet, and went on to be featured in the DigiWindow and Digivice Burst. As for video games, Boltmon was in both Digimon Adventure: Anode/Cathode Tamer and Digimon Adventure 02: D1 Tamers and Tag Tamers for the WonderSwan, is obtainable in Digimon World 2, was a random enemy in Digimon World 3, and is available in the Digimon World DS series as well as both Digimon RPG and Digimon Masters. He features in Digimon Collectors as well.

I’m in need of help with Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth

I’m on Chapter 14 and have yet to get an Ultimate level digimon, so before continuing the story I spent ages training my MegaloGrowlmon to evolve him into Megidramon, only to find out he Isn’t in the game xD.

So now I’m going for ChaosDukemon, only problem is this one weird evolution requirement.

Can anyone tell me what this is and how i get it done? Thanks.


So, this brings me to the cards I consider the most broken in the Digimon Battle-Card Game: Rapidmon and Magnamon, specifically these versions.

So, why do I consider these broken? The special effects, that shut down other special abilities and can be pumped by discarding a card and this can be used as much as you like. After the initial turn you play this, your hand will be rather full and you can just throw away card after card to overpower your opponent. Essentially, keeping them from ever reaching an Ultimate level Digimon.

Magnamon poses an additional threat by having his effect to void Power Option Cards, so your opponent cannot use any tricks to accelerate and break your lock down. Your opponent can’t even digivolve to counteract you by using a Digivice, so no other armored Digimon, mirror matches, or tricks to take you down. Magnamon is the quickest and most efficient way to win.

But, remember that these cards have 2 different backs, which make the combo hard to pull off. There was no printing of Digi-Egg of Miracles or Destiny in the first 2 sets, so the backs are different from the promos. In addition, Veemon wasn’t printed until after set 2. Terriermon was included in the movie promo set with Rapidmon and Magnamon- so they all have the same art on the back.

This is why Bandai messed up. If the rules were to apply in official tournaments, sleeves would always have to be used if you wanted to use Magnamon, if allowed at all.

Which brings me to my final point about this game. There were no official tournaments, not even prior to set 3. This made the game more of a casual game rather than a structured one. Many collectors simply collected the game to look at the cards and not really play. I remember trading/selling off my collection for another card game and lots of money. I’m not sure what happened to the collection, but all of the cards talked about were in my collection when I got rid of it back in 2005.

anonymous asked:

Maybe you can help me. The new Digimon thing has been exploding all over my dash and I have to admit I don't quite get the hype. I remember when it first came out years ago, but my house was a house of Pokemon and none of us ever got into Digimon. What's the draw of Digimon?

Digimon started out as a Tamagotchi like game for boys in Japan–where they originally had six stages for growth; Baby/Fresh, Baby II/In-Training, Child/Rookie, Adult/Champion, and Perfect/Ultimate. After the first set, the next set would add a new Level – Ultimate/Mega. Each digimon can evolve into whatever depending on a certain criteria has been reached. This means that any specific Digimon can evolve into Greymon, it isn’t just Agumon that is allowed to evolve into it.

Of course, with the near limitless combinations Digimon can evolve into, the Adaptations tend to force Digimons into a specific evolution path, but to add a bit more meat to the story, the creators made sure to give both the tamers (as they are later called) and their digital partners a lot more character  Each person with a Digimon partner would grow and develop as the story goes along, allowing people to become more infested in the fights than it just being mindless. Of course, those without Digimon are given a lot of character as well, helping out the main characters as much as they could against the forces that wanted to destroy the humans and rule the Digital World! Or destroy it.

…But hey, a nice stroll with your pets to become the ‘best that ever was’ is fun too, but many people prefer partners rather than animals.

YA KNOW......

trying to balance my love for comic books, Star Trek and Star Wars, AMINE, all cartoons not relating to comics or anime, live action movies of said comic books and anime, but, did i mention ANIME plus the fandoms (i mostly lurk in the tags and reblog wonderful fan art) TV shows in addition to THE EFFING SHIPS. 

its a wonder i get any actual work or life done 

chihirosgettintipsy asked:

Di Di DiDigimon DigimonDi Di DiDigimon DigimonDi Di DiDigimon Digital MonstersDigimon are the ChampionsDigimon Digital MonstersDigimon are the ChampionsChange (Action) into Digital Champions to save the Digital WorldDigimon Digital MonstersDigimon are the ChampionsDigimon Digital MonstersDigimon are the ChampionsDigivolve into ChampionsDigivolve into Ultimate (Digimon Make Noise)Digimon Digital MonstersDigimon are the ChampionsDigimon Digital MonstersDigimon Are The C