List of Digimon Adventure characters

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A group image depicting the first generation of DigiDestined featured in Digimon Adventure. Also present in the back row are Gennai, Elecmon, Ogremon and Centarumon.

Digimon Adventure and Digimon Adventure 02 are the first two seasons of the Digimon anime series. The first series aired from March 1999 to 2000 and the second one aired from April 2000 to March 2001. A six-part film series, Digimon Adventure tri., was released from 2015 to 2018.

Protagonists[edit]

DigiDestined[edit]

The DigiDestined (選ばれし子供達, Erabareshi Kodomotachi, Chosen Children) are a group of children and their partner Digimon chosen to protect the Digital World from the forces of evil. Each child is given a device known as a "Digivice", which serves many purposes, but is mostly used to allow their Digimon partners to Digivolve into stronger forms.

Four years before Tai and his friends moved to Odaiba, Greymon defeats Parrotmon at Nerima. They witnessed by a group of figures creating their Digimon partners of the DigiDestined as a project controlling the balance between good and evil in the Digital World, each Digimon linked to a Digivice and Crest. When Gennai loses one Digi-Egg and all crests at the Server Continent, he sends seven eggs to File Island.[1] In 1999, Tai, Sora, Joe, T.K., Matt, Izzy and Mimi are transported from the human world to File Island, after receiving each Digivices. They meet their Digimon partners.[2] While finding a way home, they learn of their significance in saving the Digital World, as they are led to Server to obtain the Crests to enable their Digimon to assume their ultimate level forms. When Myotismon arrives at the human world, the DigiDestined recruit Kari and Gatomon. After Agumon and Gabumon achieve mega forms, the DigiDestined defeat the Dark Masters and Apocalymon. With both worlds restored, the children leave their partners at the Digital World. WarGreymon and MetalGarurumon merge themselves into Omnimon.[3] In 2002, T.K and Kari attend middle school. They join up with a new group of DigiDestined in Digimon Adventure 02. Their Digivices are upgraded into D3s, along with Davis, Yolei, Cody and Ken. It also allows "armor Digivolve". The Dark Rings, Dark Spirals and digivolution-negating Control Spires possess each Digimon, but they are eventually freed from their control. Ken's error was caused by Yukio Oikawa, and his sidekicks, Arukenimon and Mummymon, who plan to conquer both worlds. The DigiDestined use a new form of Digivolution known as "DNA Digivolution" to merge their Champion-level Digimon into stronger ultimate forms. In 2005, Tai and his friends spend their high school years. While they protect Meiko Mochizuki, her partner, Meicoomon, turns hostile, revealing to be the source of the infection (which turns each Digimon as enemies) and as a threat to both worlds. Though their partners sacrifice themselves to prevent Meicoomon from entering the human world, Tai and his friends travel to the rebooted Digital World, in order to reunite with their partners, but they cannot remember them. Biyomon, Tentomon, Palmon and Gomamon achieve mega forms. King Drasil, a computer host, takes control of Homeostasis, and uses Meicoomon to try to destroy humanity and allow every Digimon to rule both worlds. However, Hackmon orders the DigiDestined to destroy Meicoomon. This allows Homeostasis to delete Drasil.

Tai Kamiya [edit]

Voiced by: Toshiko Fujita (TV), Natsuki Hanae (tri.) (Japanese); Joshua Seth (TV and tri.)[4], Jason Spisak (Movie 4) (English)

Tai Kamiya, known as Taichi Yagami (八神 太一, Yagami Taichi) in Japan, is the main heroic leader of the DigiDestined and Kari's older brother. His aggressive and impulsive personality often put him in danger, and he learns that empathy and compassion are the keys to success rather than reckless courage,[5] but he remains willing to put his life on the line between family and friends. Tai is also one of the soccer players,[6] who wins a game with Sora Takenouchi.[7] Tai and Kari receive a Digi-Egg, which hatches into Botamon and eventually Digivolves to Greymon. He later defeats Parrotmon for invading Highton View Terrace.[8]

Four years later, Tai Matt, Sora, Izzy, Mimi, Joe and T.K. are transported to the Digital World, after receiving their Digivices.[2] There, Tai sees Agumon again and at the same time his friends meet their own partners. However, the group soon become separated, as Devimon divides File Island into pieces. During this time, Tai and Agumon reunite with Matt and Gabumon.[9] After reuniting themselves at Primary Village, they save Leomon. Patamon Digivolves into Angemon and defeats Devimon.[10] The kids meet Gennai, who instructs them on the second task.[11] After leaving File Island, they head to the Server Continent, where Tai obtains the "Crest of Courage".[12] When Agumon ends up Digivolving into SkullGreymon,[13] Tai is left disheartened, but Piximon restores his confidence by reminding him of how he used a bike properly. Tai uses the crest and Greymon Digivolves into Metal Greymon.[14] When Etemon gets trapped in the Dark Network, Tai and Koromon are sent back into the real world. Tai returns home, only to find his friends gone. He and Kari discover every Digimon appearing unnoticed. Tai decides to prevent a disaster for both worlds. Despite the warning of a transmission, Tai and Agumon return to the Digital World.[15] They learn that his friends are separated and DemiDevimon attempts to trick them into forgetting themselves. After reuniting with his friends, Tai and the others learn about Myotismon setting out to find the eighth child. They pursue Myotismon's army and the child turns out to be Kari, and that her partner is Gatomon.[16] After Gatomon Digivolves into Angewomon,[17] Myotismon reveals his true form. Gennai informs the kids about the prophecy for their Digimon partners to become stronger. This allows Agumon and Gabumon to achieve mega forms.[18] After defeating VenomMyotismon,[19] the DigiDestined return to the Digital World, in order to defeat the Dark Masters[20] and Apocalymon.[21] With their worlds restored, Tai and his friends leave the Digital World. In Digimon Adventure 02, Tai attends high school and passes his leadership from himself to Davis Motomiya.[22] In the epilogue, Tai becomes a diplomat for both worlds at the United Nations and he has a son with a Koromon. In Digimon Hurricane Landing!/Supreme Evolution! The Golden Digimentals, edited out of Digimon: The Movie, Wendigomon captures Tai, Matt, Sora, Izzy, Mimi and Joe, but Davis and Willis defeat him.[23] Tai is also featured in supplementary audio dramas released on CD during the television series' run, most of which consist miscellaneous adventures with the other DigiDestined that do not relate to the overall plot of the show. These include a mystery adventure Tai and Sora go on[24] and tap dancing to distract Boltmon on Valentine's Day.[25] In an audio drama released years after the end of Digimon Adventure 02, which takes place during the main series, Tai is heard talking to Agumon after a Digiport briefly opens.[26] Tai also appears in the third and final season of Digimon Fusion.

Tai was designed by Katsuyoshi Nakatsuru. In an exclusive interview released with the Digimon Adventure DVD box on December 21, 2007, producer Satoru Nishizono revealed that as the staff decided on Tai's name using kanji that related to "luck".[27] In a series of online polls conducted on the Digimon website, Tai was ranked 3rd by Japanese voters as their favorite DigiDestined.[28] When the same question was asked three more times, his rank fell to 6th,[29] rose to 4th,[30] and finally landed at 5th.[31]

Agumon[edit]
Agumon

Voiced by: Chika Sakamoto (Japanese); Michael Lindsay/Tom Fahn[32] (Agumon), MJ Lallo/Philece Sampler/Brianne Siddall (Koromon), Doug Erholtz (Koromon, SkullGreymon), Michael Lindsay/Kyle Hebert (Greymon), Joseph Pilato/Kyle Hebert (MetalGreymon), Lex Lang/Kyle Hebert (WarGreymon) (English), Peggy O'Neal (Botamon - Adventure Movie), Michael Sorich (Agumon - Adventure Movie), Bob Papenbrook (Greymon - Adventure Movie)

Agumon (アグモン) is Tai's Digimon partner, a brave reptile, whose signature attack is Pepper Breath (Baby Flame in Japanese version).

He first appears as a Digi-Egg coming out from the computer. After the egg hatches into Botamon, Tai and Kari befriend him. As Koromon, he tells them that he came from the Digital World. As Greymon, he defeats Parrotmon, before they vanished. When Agumon and Tai meet again, they currently remain friends.[2] Agumon digivolves into Greymon and defeats Shellmon.[33] Later, Devimon separates the group and divides File Island into pieces. However, Tai reunites with the others. In order to defeat Devimon, Patamon digivolves into Angemon and takes the powers from all seven digivices.[10] At the Server Continent, Tai obtains the "Crest of Courage".[12] Agumon ends up Digivolving into SkullGreymon when Tai tries forcing him.[13] Though Tai is left disheartened, he regains his confidence to avoid fear and Greymon digivolves into MetalGreymon.[34] After Etemon merges with the Dark Network, it causes a dimensional rift to open and Tai is sent back into the real world. Tai and Agumon return to the Digital World, in order to reunite with his friends.[15] After reuniting with their allies, they return to the real world to rescue Kari. While rescuing the citizens,[35] Tai and his friends confront Myotismon. After Gatomon digivolves into Angewomon,[17] Myotismon reveals his true form and Gennai reveals the prophecy of a new digivolution. This allows Agumon and Gabumon to achieve Mega forms, after Angemon and Angewomon shoot their arrows at Tai and Matt.[18] After defeating VenomMyotismon,[19] the DigiDestined return to the Digital World, where they meet the Dark Masters. Piximon sacrifices himself, allowing the DigiDestined to escape.[36] Izzy learns that WarGreymon equips "Dramon Destroyers", which is effective against Digimon with "Dramon". When MetalSeadramon appears,[37] Whamon sacrifices himself to save WarGreymon and defeat MetalSeadramon.[38] A heated argument between Tai and Matt causes the group to go separate ways.[1] Tai uses the medicine to save Kari.[39] WarGreymon uses the "Crest of Light" to defeat Machinedramon.[40] While fighting against Piedmon, the DigiDestined reunite themselves and MagnaAngemon defeats Piedmon.[41] The DigiDestined end up in the dimension, where Apocalymon destroys all tags. Tai and his friends discover the power of the crests appearing within their hearts..[42] Apocalymon fails to destroy both worlds, after his suicide attack is trapped by the power of the Digivices. With both worlds restored, Tai and his friends return home, parting ways from their partners.

Other Forms

Botamon (ボタモン): Agumon's Baby/Fresh form.
Koromon (コロモン): Agumon's In-Training form.
Greymon (グレイモン, Gureimon): Agumon's Champion form, a Dinosaur-type Digimon with a muscular chest and forearms, orange skin with blue stripes, and a brown helmet with antler-like horns on the side and a single horn on the nose. Agumon protects Tai from danger. His signature attack is Nova Blast (Mega Flame in the Japanese version), a large powerful fireball like a dragon.
MetalGreymon (メタルグレイモン, Metarugureimon): Agumon's Ultimate form, a Cyborg type Digimon whose strength is said to be comparable to that of a nuclear warhead. Agumon obtains his form with the "Crest of Courage", while fighting Etemon. His signature attack is Giga Blaster (Giga Destroyer in the Japanese version), two highly destructive missiles fired from his chestplate.
MetalGreymon (Virus) (メタルグレイモン (ウィルス種), Metarugureimon (Wirusu Shu)): Agumon's alternate Ultimate form. In Digimon Adventure 02, Agumon is possessed by the new Dark Spiral, but Tai and his friends remove it.
SkullGreymon (スカルグレイモン, Sukarugureimon): Agumon's alternate Ultimate form, an undead type Digimon caused by Dark Digivolution that resembles a skeletal dinosaur with a visible heart and a missile launcher on it's back. During battle, SkullGreymon attacks everyone with Dark Shot missile attack, before losing his energy and reverts to Koromon.[43] His signature attack, Dark Shot (Ground zero in the Japanese version), fires a missile from his spinal cord.
WarGreymon (ウォーグレイモン, Wōgureimon): Agumon's Mega form, a Dragon Man Digimon clad in Chrome Digizoid armor, with improved speed and strength. He is equipped with Mega Claw (Dramon Killers in the Japanese version) gauntlets, which are weapons specifically designed to defeat Dramon-species Digimon. Agumon obtains his form while fighting Myotismon. His two signature attacks are Terra Force (Gaia Force in the Japanese version), a super-dense fireball energy shot, and Brave Tornado (also Terra Force in the English dub), which he spins himself through the air and defeats any enemies.
Omnimon (オメガモン, Omegamon): An white knight Digimon appeared after MetalGarurumon and WarGreymon fuse themselves.[44] His signature attacks are Transcendent Sword (Grey Sword in the Japanese version) and Supreme Cannon (Garuru Cannon in the Japanese version). Agumon and Gabumon share their form while fighting Diaboromon.[3]
Omnimon Merciful Mode (オメガモン マーシフルモード, Omegamon Māshifuru Mōdo, Omegamon Merciful Mode): An angel form. In Digimon Adventure tri., Omnimon fuses with Phoenixmon, HerculesKabuterimon, Rosemon, Vikemon, Seraphimon and Magnadramon.

Matt Ishida[edit]

Voiced by: Yūto Kazama (TV), Yoshimasa Hosoya (tri.) (Japanese); Michael Reisz (TV),[45] Vic Mignogna (tri.) (English)

Matt Ishida, known as Yamato Ishida (石田 ヤマト, Ishida Yamato) in Japan, is one of the members for the DigiDestined and Tai's friends. Matt lives in Odaiba, after his parents were divorce.[7] This leads to an awkward relationship between his mother and himself, as he feels that they treat each other more as strangers instead of family, as well as pressures him to prioritize T.K.'s safety.[46] In the English version, there was a dub error where Matt indicates that they are half-brothers when in fact they were full brothers.[47] Matt is regarded as "cool" by his peers and is seen as a "born rebel" who "prefers to do things his own way".[48] However, he can be passionate and emotional as well and behind his façade, lies an "introspective, sensitive side" that comes mostly through his younger brother T.K, whom he is fiercely protective of.[49] He takes caution in the Digital World and often clashes with Tai, due to his recklessness.[7] Matt plays a harmonica.

When Devimon separates Matt from the group and divides File Island into pieces, the two reunite with Tai and Agumon.[9] They later reunite with the others at Primary Village, while protecting T.K. and Leomon. After Patamon Digivolves to Angemon, he defeats Devimon.[10] The Kids are contacted by Gennai, who instructs them on the next phase of their adventure.[11] After meeting Piximon, Matt finds his "Crest of Friendship".[50] When Tai and Agumon are transported back to the real world after Etemon's defeat, his friends become separated. When leaving T.K. behind,[51] Matt and Joe end up working at a restaurant on their debt. However, Tai and T.K. confront DemiDevimon for using them. Matt uses the "Crest of Friendship", allowing Garurumon to Digivolve into Weregarurumon and foil DemiDevimon's tricks.[52] After reuniting with his allies and reassembling their group, Matt and the others learn of Myotismon's scheme to enter the real world to find and kill the eighth DigiDestined child. They all pursue Myotismon and his forces and eventually discover that the eighth DigiDestined child is in fact Tai's younger sister Kari and that her partner Digimon is Gatomon.[16] After Gatomon Digivolves into Angewomon,[17] Myotismon reveals his true form and Gennai reveals the prophecy of evolution. This allows Agumon and Gabumon to achieve mega forms, after Angemon and Angewomon shoot the light arrows on Matt and Tai.[18] After defeating Myotismon,[19] they return to the Digital World and meet the Dark Masters.[20] When Cherrymon tricks Matt into betraying his friends,[53] Matt fights with Tai, but the others go separate ways.[1] After MetalGarurumon defeats Puppetmon,[54] Matt falls into depression, but Gabumon convinces him to forgive their friends. Matt and Joe help Sora overcome her doubts.[55] The reunited heroes defeat Piedmon[56] and Apocalymon. With their worlds restored, the members leave their Digimon partners at the Digital World.[57] In Digimon Adventure 02, Matt forms a band with three other classmates called the Teen-age Wolves (stylized TEEN-AGE WOLVES) and serves as their lead vocalist and bassist.[58] He believes that Davis Motomiya became the new leader of the DigiDestined.[22] In the series epilogue, Matt and become astronauts and arrive on Mars, even though their destination was the Moon. Matt married Sora and they have two Children: a daughter with a Yokomon and a son with a Tsunomon. In Digimon Adventure tri., Matt becomes a lead singer of a new band, Knife of Day, after the Teen-age Wolves disbanded.

Matt was designed by Katsuyoshi Nakatsuru. In an exclusive interview released with the Digimon Adventure DVD box on December 21, 2007, Satoru Nishizono revealed that as the staff had agreed on deciding Tai's name, he had tried to name the other characters similarly with kanji that related to "luck".[27] Jeff Nimoy, co-screenwriter of the English version for both series, noted that if there were anything he could change about Matt, it would be making him "less indecisive", citing his complication of adapting the script of the scene where Matt confronts his feelings in a cave with Gabumon.[59] Matt is one of the most popular characters in the Digimon Adventure series. In a series of online polls conducted on the Digimon website, Matt was ranked 1st by Japanese voters as their favorite DigiDestined.[28] When the same question was asked three more times, his rank remained at 1st[29][30] but fell to 2nd,[31] losing to Kari. In addition to this, Matt is ranked 1st as the DigiDestined voters would want to switch places with,[60] whom the voters would want as a brother,[61] as the best-looking DigiDestined in the winter,[62] and whom the voters would want as their boyfriend.[63] He placed 2nd as the DigiDestined who voters related the most to,[64] as the best-looking DigiDestined in the summer,[65] and as the best-looking DigiDestined in the autumn,[66] and as the DigiDestined who voters thought was the strongest.[67] In addition to this, Matt's harmonica ranked 1st for the individual item of the DigiDestined that the voters would want.[68]

Gabumon[edit]

Voiced by: Mayumi Yamaguchi (Japanese); Kirk Thornton (English)

Gabumon (ガブモン) is a reptile Digimon with a wolf-pelt who is very loyal to Matt, giving him free rein to find himself but trying to reason with him whenever he falls too far. His signature attack is Blue Blaster (Petit Fire in the Japanese version). Originally Tsunomon when he and Matt met, Gabumon assumed his current form to protect him from Kuwagamon.[2] He also prevents him from having fear and temptation.

In the Digital World, Gabumon digivolves to Garurumon and saves Matt from Seadramon. Devimon seperates the group and divides File Island into surrounding pieces. After saving Leomon, the kids return to Infinity Mountain, where Angemon defeats Devimon.[10] The DigiDestined travel to the Server Continent, where Matt obtains the "Crest of Friendship".[69] When Tai is sent back to the real world, his friends go separate ways.[15] When DemiDevimon tricks Matt and Joe at a restaurant, Garurumon digivolves to WereGarurumon.[52] After reuniting with their allies, they return to the real world to stop Myotismon and save Kari. After Gatomon Digivolves into Angewomon,[17] Myotismon reveals his true form. After Gennai reveals the prophecy of evolution, Angemon and Angewomon use Matt and Tai, causing Gabumon and Agumon to achieve mega forms.[18] After defeating Myotismon,[19] the DigiDestined return to the Digital World, where they meet the Dark Masters. Piximon sacrifices himself to save the DigiDestined.[36] A heated argument between Matt and Tai causes their friends to go separate ways.[1] After Gabumon defeats Puppetmon,[54] Matt falls into depression, but Gabumon convinces him to reunite with his friends. Matt and Joe rescue Sora from being trapped in the realm of darkness.[55] The reunited heroes later defeat Piedmon.[41] Gennai warns the members about an ancient evil. It turns out to be Apocalymon, who destroys all tags from the members. While the members have their crests appearing in their hearts,[42] they destroy Apocalymon. The Digivices prevent him from using a suicide attack and destroying both worlds. The members part ways from their partners, while the gate between both worlds are closing.[57] In the second Season's epilogue, Gabumon and Matt become a pair of Astronauts who make it all the way to Mars.

Other Forms

Punimon (プニモン): Gabumon's Baby/Fresh form.
Tsunomon (ツノモン): Gabumon's In-Training form.
Garurumon (ガルルモン): Gabumon's Champion form, a large, wolf-like beast with white sharp fur and dark blue stripes. Gabumon obtains his form while fighting Seadramon. His signature attack is "Howling Blaster" (Fox Fire in the Japanese version), firing blue icy cold flames from his mouth.
WereGarurumon (ワーガルルモン, Wāgarurumon): Gabumon's Ultimate form. Modeled after werewolves, he stands upright and has an anthropomorphic build. Gabumon obtains his form after using the "Crest of Friendship", while fighting DemiDevimon. His signature attack is "Wolf Claw" (Kaiser Nail in the Japanese version), a powerful claw.
MetalGarurumon (メタルガルルモン, Metarugarurumon): Gabumon's Mega form, a completely mechanized wolf. Gabumon first obtains his form, while fighting Myotismon. His signature attacks are "Metal Wolf Claw" (Cocytus Breath in the Japanese version), a blue blast of icy breath and "Ice Wolf Claw" (Grace Cross Freezer in the Japanese version), the launched missiles within his body.
Omnimon (オメガモン, Omegamon): An white knight Digimon who appeared after MetalGarurumon fuses with WarGreymon.[44] His signature attacks are Transcendent Sword (Grey Sword in the Japanese version) and Supreme Cannon (Garuru Cannon in the Japanese version). The form was used while fighting Diaboromon.[3]
Omnimon Merciful Mode (オメガモン マーシフルモード, Omegamon Māshifuru Mōdo, Omegamon Merciful Mode): An angel winged Digimon. In Digimon Adventure tri., Omnimon fuses with Phoenixmon, HerculesKabuterimon, Rosemon, Vikemon, Seraphimon and Magnadramon.

Sora Takenouchi[edit]

Voiced by: Yūko Mizutani (TV), Suzuko Mimori (tri.) (Japanese); Colleen Villard (TV and tri.)[7], Wendee Lee (in "Invasion of the Daemon Corps") (English)

Sora Takenouchi (武之内 空, Takenouchi Sora) is a female member of the DigiDestined. Despite being somewhat of a tomboy, she takes caution in the Digital World due to Tai's recklessness and serves as the mother figure of the DigiDestined.[70][7] She is also a member for the soccer team along with Izzy.[46]

When Devimon separates Sora from her friends, she reunites with them and save Leomon at Primary Village. At Infinity Mountain, Angemon uses the combined power from the digivices to defeat Devimon.[10] The Kids meet Gennai, who instructs them to obtain all tags and crests.[11] After leaving File Island, they travel to the Server Continent. Datamon tricks them into freeing them, kidnaps Sora and takes revenge against Etemon.[71] Datamon fails to make a copy of Sora, when she obtains the "Crest of Love". After Tai rescues Sora, they escape.[34] Though Tai defeats Etemon, he is sent to the human world and his friends go separate ways. Sora hides around each areas to help her allies foil DemiDevimon's plan. Sora stops Tai and T.K. from eating amnesiac mushrooms,[72] allows Matt and Joe to keep working at the restaurant,[52] and saves Mimi from the nightmare.[73] After Sora reunites with her allies, they meet Myotismon. Sora uses the "Crest of Love", allowing Biyomon to Digivolve into Garudamon.[74] While protecting Kari and Gatomon from Myotismon's army, Sora and Mimi confront Phantomon.[35] Birdramon rescues Lilymon and Sora.[75] After Gatomon Digivolves into Angewomon,[17] the DigiDestined defeat Myotismon.[19] They return to the Digital World, where they meet the Dark Masters.[20] Though Sora is trapped in a dark cave, Matt and Joe rescue her, and they end up leaving there.[55] After the reunited heroes defeat Piedmon[56] and Apocalymon, the members leave the Digital World.[57] In Digimon Adventure 02, Sora becomes a tennis player, who passes her responsibility to Yolei Inoue. In Digimon Hurricane Landing!/Supreme Evolution! The Golden Digimentals (edited for Digimon: The Movie), Davis and Willis defeat Wendigomon to save Sora.[22] Some film scenes for the subplot were removed and localized for Digimon: The Movie as an English dub.[23] In the series epilogue, Sora and Biyomon become fashion designers. Sora has married Matt and they have two children: a daughter with a Yokomon and a son with a Tsunomon. Sora appears in supplementary audio dramas released on CD during the television series' run, most of which consist of miscellaneous adventures with the other DigiDestined that do not relate to the overall plot of the show. She also appears in her own radio show.[24] In an audio drama released years after Digimon Adventure 02, it takes place for the series that Sora learns to play tennis.[76] In Digimon Adventure tri., Sora manages to help Biyomon remember her, after the reboot is initiated. After saving Meiko Mochizuki, the DigiDestined defeat Meiccomon.

Sora was designed by Katsuyoshi Nakatsuru. In an exclusive interview released with the Digimon Adventure DVD box on December 21, 2007, Satoru Nishizono revealed that as the staff had agreed on deciding Tai's name, he had tried to name the other characters similarly with kanji that related to "luck".[27] In a series of online polls conducted on the Digimon website, Sora was ranked 5th by Japanese voters as Favorite DigiDestined.[28] When the same question was asked two more times, her rank remained at 5th[30] but fell to 8th.[31] In addition to this, Sora is ranked 1st as whom the voters would want as an older sister[61] and as the best-looking DigiDestined in the summer.[65]

Biyomon[edit]

Voiced by: Atori Shigematsu (Japanese); Tifanie Christun (TV), Cherami Leigh (tri.), Melodee Spevack (Birdramon, Garudamon) (English)

Biyomon, known as Piyomon (ピヨモン) in Japan, is a small bird Digimon with much curiosity. Her signature attack is Spiral Twister (Magical Fire in the Japanese version). Originally Yokomon when she and Sora met, Biyomon assumed her form, while fighting Kuwagamon.[2][77]

Nyokimon (ニョキモン)
Biyomon's Baby/Fresh form.
Yokomon (ピョコモン, Pyokomon, Pyocomon)
Biyomon's In-Training form resembling a bulb.
Birdramon (バードラモン, Bādoramon)
Biyomon's Champion form, a large bird with flame-like body. Her signature attack is Meteor Wing, a fiery attack from the feathers. Sora often travels on her claws.
Garudamon (ガルダモン)
Biyomon's Ultimate form, an enormous avian warrior, based on the mythological Garuda. Biyomon assumed her form after Sora uses the "Crest of Love" and realizes that she has misunderstood her mother's love. Her signature attack is Wing Blade (Shadow Wing in the Japanese version), a super-speed vacuum blade released.
Phoenixmon (ホウオウモン, Hōōmon, Hououmon)
Biyomon's Mega form, a large bird Digimon based on the mythological Houou or Fenghuang. Her signature attack is Starlight Explosion. She appears in Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer, Digimon Adventure PSP and Digimon Adventure tri..

Izzy Izumi[edit]

Voiced by: Umi Tenjin (TV), Mutsumi Tamura (tri.) (Japanese); Mona Marshall (English)

Izzy Izumi, known as Koshiro Izumi (泉 光子郎, Izumi Kōshirō) in Japan is one of the members for the DigiDestined. A child prodigy with a very high IQ and a computer expert. He lives with his adoptive parents, with his adoptive father being the last surviving relative of the real one. When he initially found out that he was adopted, he began to subconsciously distance himself from his parents, focusing more on his computer instead. The issue was resolved once they came forward with the truth and he accepted them as his true parents.[78]

After finding the active data of the Digital World, Izzy uses the computer program for Tentomon to Digivolve into Kabuterimon, who destroys the black gear to free Andromon from Devimon's control.[79] Devimon separates the group, but Izzy reunites with them at Primary Village to save Leomon. At Infinity Mountain, Angemon sacrifices his power to defeat Devimon.[10] The members are contacted by Gennai, who instructs them to get tags and crests.[11] Piximon saves the members from Kuwagamon. Izzy obtains the "Crest of Knowledge".[50] A short while later, Izzy receives a message from a Digimon in danger, claiming to know where the last crest can be found. Motivated by this, the DigiDestined set off to free the imprisoned Digimon, Datamon but as they are trying to free him, Etemon attacks them. As they try to fend him off, Datamon escapes, taking Sora and Biyomon along with him.[71] Izzy is quick to point out that Sora may still be located somewhere in the pyramid, which ultimately leads to Tai rescuing her.[34] When Tai and Agumon are transported back to the real world, his friends go separate ways. Izzy and Tentomon end up in Vademon's dimension. Though Izzy surrenders his curiosity, he retrieves it. Tentomon Digivolve into MegaKabuterimon with the "Crest of Knowledge" and defeats Vademon.[80] The reunited heroes return home to save Kari from Myotismon.[17] Izzy remembers the day he was adopted and reveals that he had heard them talking about it one night and that he had tried to forget about what he had heard by focusing on computers. Izzy's parents assure him that they love him and Izzy accepts them as his parents. After the DigiDestined defeat Myotismon,[19] they return to the Digital World, where they meet the Dark Masters.[20] Izzy learns that WarGreymon is equipped with "Dramon Destroyers", which are particularly effective against Digimon with "Dramon" in their name. He later destroys MetalSeadramon[81] and Machinedramon.[82] After reuniting with his allies, they defeat Piedmon and Apocalymon.[56] The members leave the Digital World.[57] In Our War Game, Izzy discovers a computer virus Digimon invading the internet and turning out to be Diaboromon. Izzy manages to stop everyone from sending many e-mails on the computer, in order to stop Diaboromon.[3] In Digimon Adventure 02, Izzy relinquishes his responsibility to Cody Hida. However, he continues to aid the new generation of DigiDestined by using his computing expertise to monitor the Digital World and alert them about any problems. With Willis' help, Izzy discovers that the new Digivices given to the new members have three functions naming it D3. As the new heroes stop Ken Ichijouji, Izzy devises a plan to invade his base by using Cody's information on pipelines that cross there. In the series epilouge, Izzy researches gateways to the real and Digital worlds with Sora's father and Joe's Brother Shuu. He has a daughter with a Motimon. In Digimon Adventure tri., Izzy works on a new company in the IT business with the base office of operations, creating a program for their partners to travel back and forth between every monitors and the outside world.

Tentomon[edit]

Voiced by: Takahiro Sakurai (Japanese); Jeff Nimoy, R. Martin Klein (in "Invasion of the Daemon Corps," "BlackWarGreymon's Destiny," "A Million Points of Light"), Joshua Seth (Pabumon, Motimon) (English)

Tentomon (テントモン) is a ladybug (瓢虫, Tentōmushi)-like insect Digimon. His signature attack is Super Shocker (Petit Thunder in the Japanese version). Originally Motimon when he and Izzy met, Tentomon assumed his current form to protect Izzy from Kuwagamon.[2] He is known to be highly intelligent, curious and polite. Although he admires and is fascinated by his curiosity, he cannot understand, he is slightly baffled when Izzy looks at his laptop instead of socializing with his friends, and occasionally becomes annoyed when Izzy chooses to investigate mysteries rather than solving other problems. He speaks with heavy Kansai dialect.

Pabumon (バブモン, Babumon, Bubbmon)
Tentomon's Baby/Fresh form.
Motimon (モチモン, Mochimon)
Tentomon's In-Training form.
Kabuterimon (カブテリモン)
Tentomon's Champion form, a more developed insect than Tentomon, and is modeled after the rhinoceros beetle. His signature attack is Electro Shocker (Mega Blaster in the Japanese version), which uses a ball of electricity.
MegaKabuterimon (アトラーカブテリモン, Atorākabuterimon, AtlurKabuterimon)
Tentomon's Ultimate form resembling a Japanese rhinoceros beetle and based on Atlas beetle. Tentomon obtains his form after Izzy uses the "Crest of Knowledge" His signature attack is Horn Buster.
HerculesKabuterimon (ヘラクルカブテリモン, Herakurukabuterimon, HerakleKabuterimon)
Tentomon's Mega form resembling a Hercules Beetle. His signature attack is Mega Electro Shocker. He appears in Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer, Digimon Adventure PSP and Digimon Adventure tri..

Mimi Tachikawa[edit]

Voiced by: Ai Maeda (TV), Hitomi Yoshida (tri.) (Japanese); Philece Sampler (English)

Mimi Tachikawa (太刀川 ミミ, Tachikawa Mimi) is one of the members for the DigiDestined. She is characterized by her blunt and outspoken nature. She lives with her parents in Odaiba, although an error occurs in the English dub, where she mentions having a baby brother. Mimi was most affected by the events taking place around her friends. Realizing that her Digimon friends may sacrifice themselves, Mimi decides to fight back and save the Digital World.[83][84]

Devimon separates Mimi and Palmon from the group, but they reunite themselves at Primary Village. At Infinity Mountain, Angemon defeats Devimon.[10] The Kids are contacted by Gennai, who instructs them to retrieve scattered crests.[11] The DigiDestined travel to the Server Continent through the desert, where Mimi obtains the "Crest of Sincerity" at the top of a large cactus.[85] After Etemon's defeat, Tai and Agumon are transported back to the real world, and his friends are separated. Mimi is forced to stay at the castle, where Gekomon, Otamamon and ShogunGekomon live. While Tai and Joe convince Mimi to leave the castle, she sings a song for ShogunGekomon to wake up. After Tai stops ShogunGekomon, he, Mimi and Joe leave the castle.[73] The reunited heroes return to the human world. Mimi, Sora and Palmon evade Phantomon and the ghost army of Bakemon. Mimi uses the crest for Palmon to Digivolve into Lilymon.[35] Birdramon rescues Sora and Lilymon.[75] After the DigiDestined recruit Kari and Gatomon,[17] they defeat Myotismon.[19] The members return to the Digital World, whre they meet the Dark Masters.[20] A heated argument between Tai and Matt leads their friends to separate themselves.[1] Joe joins Mimi, but he leaves her behind. After Mimi reunites with her friends, they defeat Piedmon.[41] After defeating Apocalymon and restoring both worlds, the members leave the Digital World.[57] In Digimon Adventure 02, Mimi moves to New York City and dyed her hair pink. Despite the move, Mimi manages to make her way to the Digital World on occasion. In Digimon Hurricane Landing!/Supreme Evolution! The Golden Digimentals (removed from Digimon: The Movie) Davis and Willis defeat Wendigomon to save the others.[23][86] In the Series epilouge, Mimi has become a celebrity Chef and she and Palmon have a cooking show. She has a son with a Tanemon as his Partner digimon. Mimi appears in supplementary audio dramas released on CD during the television series' run, most of which consist of miscellaneous adventures with the other DigiDestined that do not relate to the overall plot of the show. These include Mimi comically battling Kari over identifying whom Izzy's love letter is addressed to[87] and being captured by Boltmon on Valentine's Day.[25] In an audio drama taking place before Digimon Adventure 02, Mimi documents her new life in New York about the September 11 attacks, which took place shortly after she arrived.[88] In Digimon Adventure tri., Mimi attends the festival at Tsukishima General High School.

Mimi was designed by Katsuyoshi Nakatsuru. In an exclusive interview released with the Digimon Adventure DVD box on December 21, 2007, Satoru Nishizono revealed that as the staff had agreed on deciding Tai's name, he had tried to name the other characters similarly with kanji that related to "luck".[27] In a series of online polls conducted on the Digimon website, Mimi was ranked 6th by Japanese voters as Favorite DigiDestined.[28] When the same question was asked three more times, her rank rose to 3rd,[29] fell to 9th,[30] and failed to chart on the final poll.[31] Mimi is ranked first as the DigiDestined whom voters are related the most.[64]

Palmon[edit]

Voiced by: Kinoko Yamada (Japanese); Anna Garduno (Palmon, Tanemon), Mari Devon (Togemon), Dorothy Elias-Fahn (Palmon in "A Million Points of Light," Lilymon, Rosemon) (English)

Palmon (パルモン, Parumon) is a plant Digimon with reptilian features. Her signature attack is Poison Ivy. She sees the good in Mimi and often tries to make her appreciate what she has. As they prepare to leave, Palmon can't say goodbye until Mimi leaves. The two later reunite and are happy to see each other.

Yuramon (ユラモン)
Palmon's Baby/Fresh form.
Tanemon (タネモン)
Palmon's In-Training form.
Togemon (トゲモン)
Palmon's Champion form, a large Haniwa-faced cactus with a tuft of orange hair and a pair of boxing gloves. Her signature attack is Needle Spray (Chikuchiku Bang Bang, lit. Prickly Bang Bang in the Japanese version), with multiple prickles.
Lilymon (リリモン, Ririmon)
Palmon's Ultimate form, a childlike Fairy type Digimon born from a flower. Her signature attack is Flower Cannon (Flow' Cannon in the Japanese version). Palmon obtains her form, after Mimi uses the "Crest of Sincerity".
Rosemon (ロゼモン, Rozemon)
Palmon's Mega form, a Fairy type Digimon in the form of beautiful woman, armed with vine-shaped whips. Her signature attack is Forbidden Temptation. She appears in Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer, drama CD, Digimon Adventure PSP and Digimon Adventure tri..

Joe Kido[edit]

Voiced by: Masami Kikuchi (TV), Junya Ikeda (tri.) (Japanese); Michael Lindsay (TV), Robbie Daymond (tri.) (English)

Joe Kido, known in Japan as Jo Kido (城戸 丈, Kido Jō), is a member of the DigiDestined. In the Japanese anime, Joe has two older brothers, Shin and Shuu. In the English dub, he only has a brother, Jim. He plans to study hard around schools, in order to become a physician. Joe is the bearer of the "Crest of Reliability" (Faithfulness/Sincerity/Integrity in Japan).[89]

At File Island, Joe begins to feel more responsible for the group's safety as he is the eldest, but his tendency to panic means the group looks to Tai, Matt and Sora when making choices. After Joe recruits Gomamon, they climb through the mountain, where they are ambushed by Unimon (who is possessed by a black gear). When Joe distracts Unimon, Gomamon Digivolves into Ikkakukmon and saves Unimon, destroying the gear.[90] Devimon separates Joe and Gomamon from their group. The two reunite with Sora. They return to Infinity Mountain, where Angemon defeats Devimon.[10] The members are contacted by Gennai, who instructs them on the next phase of their adventure.[11] After leaving File Island, they travel to the Server Continent where they are ambushed by Etemon. After Joe obtains the "Crest of Reliability", he escapes with his friends.[91] When Tai and Agumon are sent back to the real world, his friends become separated. DemiDevimon leads Joe and Gomamon to a restaurant, where Digitamamon forces Joe and Matt to work off his debt. However, Tai and T.K. convince Matt and Joe to apologize and leave the restaurant. Together, they foil DemiDevimon's trick.[52] The reunited members return to the real world in search of Kari. While protecting T.K. and Joe, Ikkakumon Digivolves into Zudomon. Wizardmon tells him that he must give the tag and crest for Kari.[75] After recruiting Kari and Gatomon,[17] they defeat Myotismon.[19] The members return to the Digital World to confront the Dark Masters.[20] When a heated argument between Tai and Matt causes their friends to go separate ways,[1] Joe goes along with Mimi, but they are separated at Primary Village. Joe searches for and asks Matt to apologize.[92] After Joe and Matt rescue Sora,[55] the reunited heroes defeat Piedmon[56] and Apocalymon. With the worlds restored, the members leave the Digital World.[57] In Digimon Adventure 02, Joe is still studying to be a Doctor and passes his responsibilities to Cody Hida.[22] In the series epilouge, Joe has become The Digital world's first Doctor. He has a son with a Bukamon. Digimon Adventure tri., Joe chooses between continuing his studies or saving the world. After Joe saves Gomamon, the DigiDestined destroy Meicoomon.

Gomamon[edit]

Voiced by: Junko Takeuchi (Japanese); R. Martin Klein[93] (English), Michael Sorich (Zudomon, Vikemon)

Gomamon (ゴマモン) is a seal-like Digimon with purple markings, orange hair and spots on his body. His signature attack is Fish Power (Marching Fishes in the Japanese version). Unlike most of the partner Digimon, Gomamon sometimes mocks Joe, but it supports him on their journey.

Pichimon (ピチモン, Pitchmon)
Gomamon's Baby/Fresh form.
Bukamon (プカモン, Pukamon)
Gomamon's In-Training form.
Ikkakumon (イッカクモン)[94]
Gomamon's Champion form, a large walrus covered in thick fur with a large sharp horn. He is capable of swimming long distances. His signature attack is Harpoon Torpedo (Harpoon Vulcan in the Japanese version) shooting from the horn.
Zudomon (ズドモン)
Gomamon's Ultimate form, an enormous furless walrus with a rear shell and a large saw horn. He wields a powerful hammer made of Chrome Digizoid Metal. His signature attack is Vulcan's Hammer (Hammer Spark in the Japanese version). Gomamon obtains his form after Joe uses the "Crest of Reliability".
Vikemon (ヴァイクモン, Vaikumon)
Gomamon's Mega form, a walrus Digimon based on the Viking Berserker. His signature attack is Arctic Blizzard. He is armed with two morning stars. He appears in Digimon Adventure PSP and Digimon Adventure tri..
Plesiomon (プレシオモン, Pureshiomon)
Gomamon's alternate Mega form based on the Plesiosaur. He appears in Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer. His signature attack is Sorrow Blue.

T.K. Takaishi[edit]

Voiced by: Hiroko Konishi (Age 8, series), Megumi Han (Age 8, video game), Taisuke Yamamoto (Age 11), Hiroaki Hirata (Epilogue), Junya Enoki (tri.) (Japanese); Wendee Lee (Age 9), Doug Erholtz (teen, epilogue), Johnny Yong Bosch (tri.) (English)[7][22][95][95][96]

T.K. Takaishi, known as Takeru Takaishi (高石 タケル, Takaishi Takeru) in Japan, is a current member of the DigiDestined. He is gentle, sweet-natured and generous.[97] He is also obedient and follows the DigiDestined's lead without complaints. He is Matt's younger brother, though the English dub made an error that they are half-brothers.[98] He sides with Kari Kamiya.[99]

Unlike the others, T.K. lives in Odaiba with his mother, while Matt lives with his father.[6] Despite the couple's divorce, T.K. does not mention to them.[46] At the start of the series, T.K reunites with Matt and attempts to be brave to "impress" him,[5] before he eventually open up to the other DigiDestined as well.[7] When Devimon seperates the group and divides File Island into pieces, T.K. arrives at the Primary Village, a birthplace for all Digimon. After meeting Elecmon,[100] T.K. helps the reunited heroes save Leomon. At Infinity Mountain, Angemon uses the combined powers from all partners to destroy Devimon. The data is reformatted into a Digi-Egg and T.K. finds the "Crest of Hope", while his partner Digivolves slowly for a long time.[10][51][71] After Tai and Agumon returned to the real world, they save T.K., Matt and Joe from DemiDevimon.[101] T.K. and Matt rescue Izzy. The reunited heroes return to the human world in search of Kari and Gatomon. While Patamon realizes his misunderstandings, Matt and T.K. meet Pumpkinmon and Gotsumon, who are killed by Myotismon.[102] After the DigiDestined recruit Kari,[17] they defeat Myotismon.[19] The Kids return to the Digital World, where they meet the Dark Masters.[20] After being kidnapped by Puppetmon, T.K. tricks him and saves himself. Matt argues with Tai, until they learn the truth about Gennai. While T.K. goes along with Tai, Matt defeats Puppetmon. After T.K. reconciles with Matt, they reunite with the others. Patamon Digivolves into MagnaAngemon, then defeating Piedmon and Apocalymon, T.K. leaves Patamon at the Digital World. In Digimon Adventure 02, T.K. and his mother moved to a new apartment building, next to Cody Hida and Yolei Inoue, two new DigiDestined members. Although much of his physical appearance and voice have changed, his personality has remained.[103] In the series epilogue, T.K. has become a novelist, having written books about his and the other kids' adventures in the Digital World. He has a son with a Tokomon. T.K. is also featured in supplementary audio dramas released on CD during the television series' run, most of which consist miscellaneous adventures with the other DigiDestined that do not relate to the overall plot of the show. These include T.K. in his dream during New Years[24] and tap dancing to distract Boltmon on Valentine's Day.[25] In an audio drama released years after Digimon Adventure 02, T.K. is heard compiling a novel about his journey.[104]

T.K. was designed by Katsuyoshi Nakatsuru. In an exclusive interview released with the Digimon Adventure DVD box on December 21, 2007, Satoru Nishizono revealed that as the staff had agreed on deciding Tai's name, he had tried to name the other characters similarly with kanji that related to "luck".[27] Initially, T.K. was unpopular with the viewers, but Digimon Adventure 02 saw a rise in his popularity. In a series of online polls conducted on the Digimon website, T.K. was ranked 7th by Japanese voters as Favorite DigiDestined.[28] When the same question was asked two more times, his rank rose to 2nd,[29] but fell to 3rd.[30][31] T.K. is also ranked 1st as whom the voters would want as a younger brother[61] and as the DigiDestined whom the voters thought was the strongest.[67] He placed 2nd as the DigiDestined voters would want to switch places with[60] and as the best-looking DigiDestined in the winter.[62] When voters were asked which DigiDestined they would want as their boyfriend, T.K. placed in 3rd.[63]

Patamon[edit]

{{Voiced by|Miwa Matsumoto|Laura Summer, Bridget Hoffman (in "Revenge of Diaboromon"), Dave Mallow (Angemon, MagnaAngemon & Seraphimon), Jamieson Price (Angemon, MagnaAngemon & Seraphimon in "tri. Confession through Coexistence")

Patamon (パタモン) is a pudgy guinea pig Digimon with bat wings as ears. His signature attack is Boom Bubble (Air Shot in the Japanese version).

Poyomon (ポヨモン, ))
Patamon's Baby/Fresh form.
Tokomon (トコモン)
Patamon's In-Training form.
Pegasusmon (ペガスモン, Pegasumon, Pegasmon)
A Pegasus Digimon, which Patamon digivolves into with the Digi-Egg of Hope. His signature attacks are Equus Beam (Silver Blaze in the Japanese version) and Star Shower (Shooting Star in the Japanese version) attack. With Nefertimon, he can execute Golden Noose (Sanctuary Bind in the Japanese version), in order to restrain enemies.
Manbomon (マンボモン)
A mutant type Digimon based on Ocean sunfish. Patamon obtains the form with the Digi-Egg of Light. He appeared in the drama CD, when the DigiDestined trade their eggs.
Baromon (バロモン)
A wizard Digimon based on the mythological Barong. Patamon uses the Digi-Egg of Courage to obtain his form. He appears in Digimon World: Digital Card Battle.
Angemon (エンジェモン, Enjemon)
Patamon's Champion form and an Angel Digimon. He defeats Devimon using the combined power from others and the Digivice. His signature attack is Hand of Fate (Heaven's Knuckle in the Japanese version).
MagnaAngemon (ホーリーエンジェモン, HōrīEnjemon, HolyAngemon)
Patamon's Ultimate form, an Archangel Digimon. Patamon obtains his form after T.K, uses the "Crest of Hope". His signature attack is Gates of Destiny (Heaven's Gate in the Japanese version).
Shakkoumon (シャッコウモン, Shakkōmon)
A mutant statue Digimon based on Shakoki-dogu. He appears after Ankylomon fuses with Angemon. After absorbing an enemy's attack, his eyes can emit powerful counterattack beams. His signature attacks are Justice Beam (Aramitama in the Japanese version) and Kachina Bomb (Nigimitama in the Japanese version).
Seraphimon (セラフィモン, Serafimon)
Patamon's Mega form, a six-winged Digimon based on a Seraph angel. Patamon uses a Golden Digi-Egg to obtain his form in The Golden Digimentals. He also appears in Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamers, Digimon Adventure PSP and Digimon Adventure tri.. His signature attack is Strike of the Seven Stars (Seven Heavens in the Japanese version).

Kari Kamiya[edit]

Voiced by: Kae Araki (TV), M.A.O (tri.) (Japanese); Lara Jill Miller (TV), Tara Sands (tri.) (English)

Kari Kamiya, known as Hikari Yagami (八神 ヒカリ, Yagami Hikari) in Japan, is Tai's younger sister and the current member of the DigiDestined. She did not attend summer camp with her friends, due to poor health. She is characterized as a compassionate girl putting others before herself.[105][106] Revealed to be "the eighth DigiDestined child" (八番目の選ばれし子供, Hachi-banme no erabareshi kodomo) Kari admires Tai and is seen as an equal to T.K.[99] While fighting Puppetmon, Kari was briefly possessed by a god-like digital entity who reveals the truth about the birth of eight Digimon heroes. In Digimon Adventure tri., the entity is revealed to be a sentient program known as Homeostasis (ホメオスタシス), whose purpose is the stabilization of the human and Digital Worlds. In Digimon Adventure 02, Kari becomes a "smiling, charmingly energetic and bright girl", but sometimes "mischievous" and "playful". She uses a digital camera, after giving a whistle to Gatomon at the end of the first season.[107] Joining the new DigiDestined, Kari obtained the Digi-Egg of Light (光のデジメンタル, Hikari no dejimentaru) and her fellow DigiDestined Davis Motomiya has a one-sided crush on her.[108] In the series epilogue, Kari has become a kindergarden teacher. She has a son who has inherited her whistle and he has a Salamon as his partner Digimon.

Kari was designed by Katsuyoshi Nakatsuru. In an exclusive interview released with the Digimon Adventure DVD box on December 21, 2007, Satoru Nishizono revealed that Kari's name referenced the Japanese word for "light" (, "hikari"). The producers include the character when wanting to introduce her as the eighth child.[27] In a series of online polls conducted on the Digimon website, Kari was ranked 4th by Japanese voters as their favorite DigiDestined.[28] When the same question was asked two more times, her rank fell to 5th,[29] and then 6th,[30] but finally landed at 1st.[31] In addition, Kari is ranked as 1st, whom the voters would want as a younger sister[61] and as the best-looking DigiDestined in the spring.[109] She placed in 3rd as the DigiDestined who the voters thought was the strongest[67] and as the best-looking DigiDestined in the winter.[62]

Gatomon[edit]

Voiced by: Yuka Tokumitsu (Japanese); Edie Mirman (TV), Kate Higgins (tri.) (English)

Gatomon, known as Tailmon (テイルモン, Teirumon) in Japan, is an exalted beast Digimon in the form of a bipedal cat with a holy tail ring. Unlike the others, she is a Champion level Digimon. Her signature attack is Lightning Paw (Neko Punch, lit. Cat Punch in the Japanese version). Her Digi-Egg is separated from the other seven chosen ones. After Wizardmon's death, Gatomon helps her friends defeat Myotismon, the Dark Masters and Apocalymon. In Digimon Adventure 02, Gatomon loses her ring after being attacked by a Dark Ring-controlled Unimon, but Gennai retrieves it. He explains to her that it can prevent the dark energy from the Digimon Emporer's base from spreading. Gatomon later Armor Digivolves into Nefertimon and then DNA Digivolves with Aquilamon to form Silphymon.

YukimiBotamon (ユキミボタモン)
Gatomon's Fresh/Baby form.
Nyaromon (ニャロモン)
Gatomon's In-Training form.
Salamon (プロットモン, Purottomon, Plotmon)
Gatomon's Rookie form, a Holy beast Digimon. Her design and name is based on Plott Hound. According to a YTV interview with the English dub producer, Terri-Lei O'Malley, Salamon was named after her pet cat.[110]
Nefertimon (ネフェルティモン, Neferutimon)
A sphinx beast Digimon named after Nefertiti. Gatomon obtains her form after using the Digi-Egg of Light. Her signature attacks are Rosetta Stone, a shooting stone tablet coming from the beam and Beam of Isis (Curse of Queen in the Japanese version; Cat's Eye Beam in the English dub), firing beams from his head gear. With Pegasusmon, it can execute Golden Noose (Sanctuary Bind in the Japanese version), restraining enemies with a rope of golden light.
Butterflymon (バタフラモン, Batafuramon, Butterflamon)
A butterfly Digimon that Gatomon digivolves into after using the Digi-Egg of Knowledge. It appears in drama CD, when the DigiDestined swapped their Digi-Eggs.
Tylomon (ティロモン, Tiromon)
A sea animal Digimon based on Tylosaurus. Gatomon uses the Digi-Egg of Reliability to obtain this form in Digimon World: Digital Card Battle.
Angewomon (エンジェウーモン, Enjeūmon)
Gatomon's Ultimate form and an Archangel Digimon. Her signature attacks are Celestial Arrow (Holy Arrow in the Japanese version). After Kari gave up the "Crest of Light", Gatomon manages to resume her form in certain occasions.
Silphymon (シルフィーモン, Shirufīmon, Silphymon)
An animalistic Digimon based on the mythological Sylph. She appears after Aquilamon fuses with Gatomon. Her signature attack is Static Force (Top Gun in the Japanese version).
Magnadramon (ホーリードラモン, Hōrīdoramon, Holydramon)
Gatomon's Mega form, a serpentine holy dragon with ten wings, a distinctly lion muzzle and two horns, based on Ao Qing. She is introduced in The Golden Digimentals, after Gatomon uses the Golden Digi-Eggs. She also appears in Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamers, Digimon Adventure PSP and Digimon Adventure tri.. her signature attack is Fire Tornado (Holy Flame in the Japanese version).
Ophanimon (オファニモン, Ofanimon)
Gatomon's alternate Mega form based on an Ophanim angel. She appeared in Digimon Tamers: Battle Spirit Ver. 1.5 and Digimon Adventure PSP. Her signature attack is Eden's Javelin.
Ophanimon: Falldown Mode (オファニモン:フォールダウンモード, Ofanimon: Fōrudaun Mōdo, Ofanimon: Falldown Mode)
Gatomon's alternate Mega form based on an Ophanim fallen angel. In Digimon Adventure tri., Nyaromon ends up digivolving into this form, after being corrupted by Kari's negative emotions.
Ordinemon (オルディネモン, Orudinemon)
A white humanoid Digimon, which Ophanimon: Falldown Mode fuses with Raguelmon. In Digimon Adventure tri., she arrives at the human world. After Jesmon frees Gatomon, Ordinemon becomes weakened and Omnimon destroys her.

Davis Motomiya[edit]

Voiced by: Reiko Kiuchi (Japanese); Brian Donovan (English) Davis Motomiya, known in Japan as Daisuke Motomiya (本宮 大輔, Motomiya Daisuke), is the main protagonist of Digimon Adventure 02 and one of the members for the DigiDestined. After losing his own googles, Davis is given the ones Tai used. He has a one sided crush on Kari and is jealous of her friendship with T.K., something that they both tease him with. Davis was also the first to offer Ken a second chance and knew that Ken was truly sorry for his actions as the Digimon Emperor by helping save the Digital World. When MaloMyotismon traps the other kids in mind illusions, Davis is unaffected as his desire is to defeat MaloMyotismon. In the series Epilouge, Davis has opened a noodle cart, which eventually expanded into a chain. He has a son who has inherieted Tai's Goggles making him the epilogue DigiDestineds' leader. His son his a DemiVeemon as his partner Digimon.

In Digimon Adventure tri., Davis is mysteriously defeated by Alphamon, but is eventually rescued by Tai.

Veemon[edit]

Voiced by: Junko Noda (Japanese); Derek Stephen Prince, Steven Blum (Flamedramon, Raidramon, Magnamon) (English)

Veemon (ブイモン, Buimon, V-mon) is a small blue dragon-like Digimon similar to Davis in personality. His signature attack is Vee Headbutt (V-mon Head in Japanese version).

Chibomon (チコモン, Chikomon, Chicomon)
Veemon's Baby/Fresh form. He reverts from Veemon, after exerting excess power.
DemiVeemon (チビモン, Chibimon)
Veemon's In-Training form. He reverts from Veemon, while in the human world.
Flamedramon (フレイドラモン, Fureidoramon, Fladramon)
A dragon man type Digimon which Veemon digivolves into when he uses the Digi-Egg of Courage. His signature attacks are Fire Rocket and Flame Fist (Knuckle Fire in the Japanese version).
Raidramon (ライドラモン, Raidoramon, Lighdramon)
An animal Digimon which Veemon digivolves into when he uses the Digi-Egg of Friendship. His signature attacks are Thunder Blast (Lighting Blade in the Japanese version) and Blue Thunder.
Magnamon (マグナモン, Magunamon)
An exalted Knight Digimon, which Veemon digivolves into when he uses the Digi-Egg of Miracles. His signature attack is Magna Blaster (Extreme Jihad in the Japanese version). He appears in Digimon Adventure 02 and Hurricane Landing!!/Transcendent Evolution!! The Golden Digimentals.
Sagittarimon (サジタリモン, Sajitarimon)
A mythical archery centaur Digimon which Veemon digivolves into when he uses the Digi-Egg of Hope. He appears in the drama CD when the members swapped their eggs.
ExVeemon (エクスブイモン, Ekusubuimon, XV-mon)
A mythical dragon type Digimon and Veemon's Champion form. His signature attack is Vee-Laser (X-Laser in the Japanese version).
Paildramon (パイルドラモン, Pairudoramon)
A dragon Digimon which ExVeemon DNA Digivolves into with Stingmon. He also appears in Digimon Tamers Brave Tamer as ExVeemon's digivolution. His signature attack is Desperado Blaster.[111]
Imperialdramon: Dragon Mode (インペリアルドラモン:ドラゴンモード, Inperiarudoramon: Doragon Mōdo)
An ancient dragon mount Digimon and the latter's first form, which Paildramon digivolves into after he first uses one of Azulongmon's Digicores. His signature attack is Mega Crusher (Mega Death in the Japanese version).[112] This form serves as a mode of transportation for the DigiDestined on some occasions.
Imperialdramon: Fighter Mode (インペリアルドラモン:ファイターモード, Inperiarudoramon: Faitā Mōdo)
Imperialdramon's second form, which he gained from the older kids' Digimon after the gave up their power to digivolve to ulimate level. His signature attack is Giga Crusher (Giga Death in the Japanese version).
Imperialdramon: Paladin Mode (インペリアルドラモン:パラディンモード, Inperiarudoramon Paradin Mōdo)
Imperialdramon's third form. In Revenge of Diaboromon, Imperialdramon uses the Omni Sword created from Omnimon's data to digivolve into Imperialdramon Paladin Mode and defeat Armageddemon. His signature attack is Omni Sword (Omega Sword in the Japanese version).

Yolei Inoue[edit]

Voiced by: Rio Natsuki (Japanese); Tifanie Christun, Bridget Hoffman (in "Invasion of the Daemon Corps") (English)

Yolei Inoue, known as Miyako Inoue (井ノ上 京, Inoue Miyako) in Japan, is one of the members for the DigiDestined, and the holder of the Digi-eggs of Love and Sincerity, known as the Digimental of Love (愛情のデジメンタル, Aijō no dejimentaru) the Digimental of Purity (純真のデジメンタル, Junshin no dejimentaru) respectively in the original version. Yolei has good computer skills and technical knowledge, also providing the team with snacks as her family owns a grocery store. She eventually begins a relationship with Ken. In the epilogue, Yolei is a home maker she and Ken have married and have three children: the oldest a daughter with a Poromon, and two sons, the older with a Minomon and a baby with a Leafmon.

In Digimon Adventure tri., she is mysteriously defeated by Alphamon but is eventually rescued by Tai.

Hawkmon[edit]

Voiced by: Kōichi Tōchika (Japanese); Neil Kaplan, Steven Blum (Pururumon, Poromon) (English)

Hawkmon (ホークモン, Hōkumon) is a small hawk-like Digimon with red feathers and large yellow feet. His signature attack is Feather Strike (Feather Slash in the Japanese version).

Pururumon (プルルモン)
Hawkmon's Fresh/Baby form. He reverts from Hawkmon, after exerting excess power.
Poromon (ポロモン)
Hawkmon's In-Training form. He reverts from Hawkmon, while in the human world.
Halsemon (ホルスモン, Horusumon, Horusmon)
An griffin-like Digimon that Hawkmon Armor Digivolves into with the Digi-Egg of Love. His signature attacks are Mach Impulse and Tempest Wing.
Shurimon (シュリモン)
A ninja Digimon which Hawkmon Armor Digivolves into with the Digi-Egg of Sincerity. His signature attack is Kusanagi.
Rinkmon (リンクモン, Rinkumon)
A mutant ice-skating Digimon which Hawkmon Armor Digivolves into when uses Digi-Egg of Friendship. He appears in the drama CD when the members swapped their eggs.
Aquilamon (アクィラモン, Akwiramon)
A giant horned eagle Digimon and Hawkmon's Champion form. His signature attack is Grand Horn (Glide Horn in the Japanese version).
Silphymon (シルフィーモン, Shirufīmon, Silphymon)
A sylph Digimon which Aquilamon DNA digivolves into with Gatomon where it possesses Gatomon's ears and Aquilamon's legs, wing feathers, and tail feathers. It's signature attack is Static Force (Top Gun in the Japanese version). Silphymon also appears in Digimon Tamers Brave Tamer as Aquilamon's evolution.
Valkyrimon (ヴァルキリモン, Varukirimon)
A Valkyrie Digimon who Silphymon digivolves into. She appears in Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer. His special attack is Fenrir Sword.

Cody Hida[edit]

Voiced by: Megumi Urawa (Japanese); Philece Sampler (English)

Cody Hida, known as Iori Hida (火田 伊織, Hida Iori) in Japan, is the youngest member of the new DigiDestined living with his paternal grandfather and Kendo master, who fills in as a father figure for his own deceased father Hiroki. After Ken abandons his Emperor persona, Cody initially refuses to trust him, but eventually realizes that Ken has Changed for the better. Near the end of the series, Cody learns that his father was Yukio Oikawa's best friend. In the series epilogue, Cody becomes a lawyer, and has a daughter with Upamon as her partner Digimon.

In Digimon Adventure tri., Cody is mysteriously defeated by Alphamon, but is eventually rescued by Tai.

Armadillomon[edit]

Voiced by: Megumi Urawa (Japanese); Robert Axelrod, Dave Mallow (Tsubumon, Upamon), Tom Fahn (Digmon, Submarimon) (English)

Armadillomon, known as Armadimon (アルマジモン, Arumajimon) in Japan, is a small armored armadillo-like Digimon with three-clawed limbs and a short tail. In the Japanese version, he speaks with a Nagoya dialect and usually ends his sentences with "da'gya!". In the English dub, he speaks with a Southern United States accent. His easy going nature is a sharp contrast to Cody's serious personality. His signature attack is rolling into a ball and spinning into the opponent, Diamond Shell (Rolling Stone in the Japanese version).

Tsubumon (ツブモン)
Armadillomon's Fresh/Baby form. He reverts from Armadillomon after exerting excess power.
Upamon (ウパモン)
Armadillomon's In-Training form based on axolotl. He reverts from Armadillomon while in the human world.
Digmon (ディグモン, Digumon)
An insect Digimon with dual-drills. Armadillomon uses the Digi-Egg of Knowledge to Armor Digivolve into this form. He uses his drills to burrow into the ground and uses Gold Rush with missiles.
Submarimon (サブマリモン, Sabumarimon)
A submarine Digimon. Armadillomon uses the Digi-Egg of Reliability to Armor Digivolve into this form. He swims around the water for undersea combat. The cockpit is attached to his head with a pilot for underwater transport. His signature attack is Oxygen Torpedo (Oxygen Homing in the Japanese version).
Pteramon (プテラノモン, Puteranomon, Pteranomon)
A dinosaur Digimon that Armadillomon Armor Digivolves into after using the Digi-Egg of Love. He appears in the drama CD when the members swapped their Armor Digi-Eggs.
Ankylomon (アンキロモン, Ankiromon)
An Ankylosaurus Digimon and Armadillomon's Champion form. His signature attack is Tail Hammer.
Shakkoumon (シャッコウモン, Shakkōmon)
A statue Digimon based on Shakoki-dogu, Ankylomon DNA Digivolves with Angemon to obtain the form. After absorbing an enemy's attack, his eyes can emit powerful beams to devastate those it hits. He appears in Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer as an evolution of Ankylomon. His signature attacks are Justice Beam (Aramitama in the Japanese version) and Kachina Bomb (Nigimitama in the Japanese version).

Ken Ichijouji[edit]

Voiced by: Romi Park (Japanese); Derek Stephen Prince (English)

Ken Ichijouji (一乗寺 賢, Ichijōji Ken), is the Digimon Emperor (デジモンカイザー, Dejimon Kaizā, Digimon Kaiser) and one of the members for the DigiDestined. He lives with his parents in Tamachi. In the Digital World, Ken was possessed by a Dark Spore created by a Myotismon-possessed Oikawa, which eventually brainwashes him. After losing his older brother, Ken received an e-mail from Oikawa, while falling under the influence of the spore. As the Digimon Emperor, he enslaves many Digimon using Control Spires, Dark Rings, and Dark Spirals. After Davis reveals his identity, Ken stays in the Digital World and pilots his air fortress powered by the "Crest of Kindness". After the DigiDestined defeat his creation Kimeramon, they discover that Ken was under the delusion that the Digital World was a game. After learning the truth and breaking free from the dark spore's influence, a grief-stricken Ken regresses to his normal appearance realizes the error of his ways and abandons his emperor persona. After Ken reunites with Wormmon, they join the DigiDestined, in order to protect the digital world and eventually the real one. Ken later begins a relationship with Yolei and by the series epilogue are Married with Three Children: the oldest a daughter with a Poromon, and two sons, the older with a Minomon and a baby with a Leafmon. In the epilogue, Ken works as a police detective with Wormmon helping him.

In Digimon Adventure tri., Ken is mysteriously defeated by Alphamon, but is eventually recued by Tai. On a related note, the black-clothed look-alike of Gennai posed as Ken's Digimon Emperor form.

Wormmon[edit]

Voiced by: Naozumi Takahashi (Japanese); Paul St. Peter, Wendee Lee (Leafmon, Minomon) (English)

Wormmon (ワームモン, Wāmumon) is a small green caterpillar Digimon. He possesses the ability to crawl and generates silk from his mouth. His signature attack is Sticky Net (Nebaneba Net in the Japanese version). Wormmon fears that Ken (as the Digimon Emperor) will succumb to the power of darkness. Though Wormmon sacrifices himself, Magnamon uses his power to destroy Kimeramon.

Leafmon (リーフモン, Rīfumon, Leafmon)
Fresh/Baby form of Wormmon.
Minomon (ミノモン)
In-Training form of Wormmon.
Bucchiemon (プッチーモン, Putchīmon, Pucchiemon)
A fairy putti Digimon which Wormmon Armor Digivolves into, using the Digi-Egg of Kindness. He appears in Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer and in the drama CD. His signature attack is Heavy Beam (Heartner Beam in the Japanese version).
Shadramon (シェイドラモン, Sheidoramon)
An insect Digimon which Wormmon Armor Digivolves into, using the Digi-Egg of Courage. He appears in Digimon World: Digital Card Battle.
Quetzalmon (クアトルモン, Kuatorumon, Coatlmon)
A mythical Quetzalcoatl Digimon which Wormmon Armor Digivolves into, using the Digi-Egg of Light. He appears in Digimon World: Digital Card Battle.
Stingmon (スティングモン, Sutingumon)
A green, humanoid insect Digimon with spiked blade forearms.
Paildramon (パイルドラモン, Pairudoramon)
A dragon man type Digimon which Stingmon DNA Digivolves into with ExVeemon. His signature attack is Desperado Blaster.
Dinobeemon (ディノビーモン, Dinobīmon, Dinobeemon)
A mutant type Digimon which Stingmon Digivolves into in Digimon Tamers Brave Tamer. His signature attack is Hell Masquerade.
Imperialdramon: Dragon Mode (インペリアルドラモン:ドラゴンモード, Inperiarudoramon: Doragon Mōdo)
An ancient dragon Digimon and the latter's first form, which Paildramon digivolves into when he uses one of Azulongmon's Digicores. His signature attack is Mega Crusher (Mega Death in the Japanese version).
Imperialdramon: Fighter Mode (インペリアルドラモン:ファイターモード, Inperiarudoramon: Faitā Mōdo)
Imperialdramon's second form, which Tai and friends give their power to him. His signature attack is Giga Crusher (Giga Death in the Japanese version).
Imperialdramon: Paladin Mode (インペリアルドラモン:パラディンモード, Inperiarudoramon Paradin Mōdo)
Imperialdramon's third form. In Revenge of Diaboromon, he receives Omnimon's power and sword and digivolves to that form to defeat Armageddemon. His signature attack is Omni Sword (Omega Sword in the Japanese version).
GranKuwagamon (グランクワガーモン, Gurankuwagāmon)
An insect Digimon that Dinobeemon Digivolves into. He appears in Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer and Digital Card Battle. his signature attack is Dimension Scissors.


Antagonists[edit]

Parrotmon[edit]

Voiced by: David Lodge

A large bird Digimon invading Highton View Terrace. He is defeated by Greymon. His presence led to higher powers in the Digital World selecting the eight DigiDestined and crafting their crests. The battle in Highton View Terrace was forgotten by all who witnessed it, though Kari had memories of Koromon. Parrotmon appears the pilot episode and as the first act of Digimon the Movie.

Devimon[edit]

Voiced by: Kaneto Shiozawa (Japanese); Tom Wyner (English)

A devil Digimon with a long arms and bat wings. He can enslave other digimon with his "Touch of Evil". A summoner of the Black Gears, he uses them to brainwash other Digimon like Meramon, Andromon, Monzaemon, Unimon, Leomon, Frigimon, Mojyamon, and Centarumon as they can't resist the gears. They are used to control each part of File Island. Devimon lives on top of Infinity Mountain, and possesses Leomon and Ogremon as servants. Devimon uses the gears to split File Island into numerous pieces and separated the Digi-Destined from each other. However, his plan was foiled when Angemon used the combined powers of the Digivices to destroy him. During the sojourn to the Continent of Server, two remaining Black Gears caused trouble for the DigiDestined. The first one was found in the stomach of Whamon until Tai's Digivice destroyed it before they can be digested. The final Black Gear was in the back of a Drimogemon acting under Devimon's will that was found near a convenient store in an underwater cave that held the Tags that the DigiDestined were seeking.

In Digimon Adventure 02, Ken added Devimon's remaining data as body parts for Kimeramon.

Etemon[edit]

Etemon
Voiced by: Yasunori Masutani (Japanese); Richard Epcar (English)

Etemon (エテモン) is an orange-furred monkey Digimon with sunglasses. His voice inspires Elvis Presley. He rules over a portion of the Server Continent, using the power source known as the Dark Network. He is very egotistical and charismatic, but still ruthless despite his behavior. He uses the network to prevent any Digimon partners from digivolving. Etemon is served by his Gazimon henchmen, Kokatorimon, and an army of Monochromon (one pulls Etemon's vehicle) and Tyrannomon. After the Digi-Destined obtained all their crests, they infiltrate Etemon's pyramid base. Datamon attempts to take revenge against Etemon, but they end up falling into a giant ball absorbing the network. He then absorbs the netwotk to become Etemon Chaos (エテモンカオス, Etemon Kaosu). When he is defeated by Metal Greymon he causes a vortex that sends Tai back to the human world. Etemon absorbs the network and uses Chrome Digizoid Metal to Digivolve into a Mega-level cyborg Digimon named MetalEtemon (メタルエテモン, Metaru Etemon). He is defeated by Zudomon and SaberLeomon.

Myotismon[edit]

Voiced by: Ryūzaburō Ōtomo, Toshiyuki Morikawa (02) (Japanese); Richard Epcar (English)

Myotismon (ヴァンデモン, Vandemon, Vamdemon) is a vampire Digimon resembling Count Dracula. In Digimon Adventure, he recruits DemiDevimon and Gatomon as loyal minions. Through them, he has established an army of Bakemon and has gained followers in the form of Wizardmon, Mammothmon, Gesomon, Raremon, SkullMeramon, Phantomon, Pumpkinmon, Gotsumon, DarkTyrannomon, MegaSeadramon, Tuskmon, Snimon, and an army of Gizamon. He sets out to find Kari in the real world, but the DigiDestined members follow him after defeating the Devidramon and Myotismon's servent Dokugumon who stayed behind. Myotismon's army invaded the city, but Gatomon defects from him when she remembers her past and discovers that she's Kari's partner Digimon. He his destroyed by AngeWomon, but returns in a mega form called VenomMyotismon (ヴェノムヴァンデモン, VenomuVandemon, VenomVamdemon). Gennai reveals a prophecy about Tai And Matt's Digimon partners obtaining mega forms. The DigiDestind defeat VenomMyotismon, but Myotismon's soul survived and he possesses Yukio Oikawa, after tricking him with the promise of entering the Digital World.

After years of scheming and subconsciously directing Oikawa into creating an elaborate plan to ensure his return to power, Myotismon reveals itself after having Oikawa take himself and the group of children to the World of Dreams. There, Myotismon leaves Oikawa's body while he absorbs the bloomed Dark Flowers to become the Dark Lord-type Digimon MaloMyotismon (ヴェノムヴァンデモン, BeriaruVandemon, BelialVamdemon). After killing Arukenimon and Mummymon in cold blood, he attempts to place the new DigiDestined in delusions without interference. Myotismon battles the new DigiDestined in the Digital World, but Imperialdramon defeats him.

DemiDevimon[edit]

DemiDevimon
Voiced by: Kōki Miyata (Japanese); Derek Stephen Prince (English)

DemiDevimon (ピコデビモン, Pikodebimon, PicoDevimon) is a bat Digimon and Myotismon's servant. He tricks the DigiDestined members into forgetting themselves and to prevent the power of crests from activating. DemiDevimon escapes Myotismon's initial defeat, but oversees the prophecy that leads to his resurrection as VenomMyotismon, who then devours DemiDevimon as a "snack".

Dark Masters[edit]

The Dark Masters are a group consisting of four Mega-level Digimons, took advantage of the DigiDestined returning to their world to conquer the Digital one, converting it into Spiral Mountain and dividing it into four territories. In Digimon Adventure tri., the Dark Masters failed to destroy the first DigiDestined members when Tapirmon sacrificed himself to have their partners digivolve into Digimon Sovereigns. In Adventure 02, the DigiDestined members free them. As the DigiDestined learn, the defeat of each master caused their domain to cease and be eventually reconstituted for the restored Digital World.

MetalSeadramon (メタルシードラモン, MetaruShidoramon)
Voiced by: Yuuto Kazama (Japanese); Doug Erholtz (English)
The first of the Dark Masters, MetalSeadramon rules over the Net Ocean, appearing as a large sea serpent covered in golden armour where he is served by Scorpiomon and a group of Divermon. Very arrogant and egotistical, he attempts to destroy the DigiDestined. He also tells his minions off for failing their missions. MetalSeadramon is eventually defeated by WarGreymon as his domain begins to cease. In Digimon Adventure tri.: Loss, a reboot version of MetalSeadramon is defeated by Agumon, Gabumon, and Gatomon.
Puppetmon (ピノッキモン, Pinokimon)
Voiced by: Etsuko Kozakura (Japanese); David Lodge (English)
The second of the Dark Masters and a forest puppet inspired by Pinocchio. He has the mind of a child, being immature, playful with a rotten temper while treating his minions Kiwimon, Blossomon, Mushroomon, Floramon, Deramon, Cherrymon, and a group of RedVegiemon as playthings that he destroys on a whim. He lives into a toy-like mansion which can transform into a giant wooden robot. While he can control others with strings and has an arsenal of real firearms, he wields Bullet Hammer mallet, which uses energy blasts. When the DigiDestined entered his domain, Puppetmon abducts T.K., but he escapes. When Matt turns against his friends, they go seperate ways. After Puppetmon loses his hammer, he flees around the field, only to be ambushed and killed by MetalGarurumon causing his domain to cease.
Machinedramon (ムゲンドラモン, Magendoramon)
Voiced by: Hisao Egawa (Japanese); Dave Guerrie (English)
A large hulking robotic dragon armed with two large cannons. He has an emotionless, cold, calculating mind and speaks with a whispery voice. He often resorts to military strategies in combat, including scorched earth strategies. He rules over Spiral Mountain's cityscape, and commands a vast army of machine Digimon consisting of Hagurumon, Megadramon, Gigadramon, and an army of Mekanorimon and Tankmon. Machinedramon targets the DigiDestined as they explore the city, leading them to fall into the city's lower levels. Machinedramon destroys an army of Numemon previously enslaved by his minion WaruMonzaemon, before WarGreymon defeats Machinedramon. In Digimon Adventure tri.: Loss, a reboot version of Machinedramon is destroyed by Phoenixmon, HerculesKabuterimon, and Seraphimon.
Piedmon (ピエモン, Piemon)
Voiced by: Chikao Ōtsuka (Japanese); Derek Stephen Prince (English)
The leader of the Dark Masters, Piedmon is a Majin-type Digimon dressed as a colourful pierrot who possesses a number of magical tricks and wields four swords. He maintains an upbeat but sadistic sense of humor, displaying a passion for fighting. Four years earlier, Piedmon led and army of Gardromon and Mekanorimon in attacking the Agents' base and stole all the crests and tags, while Gennai protected the Digi-Eggs after hijacking a Mekanorimon but lost Gatomon's in the process. Piedmon lives on top of Spiral Mountain in a large observatory-funhouse building in a rocky wasteland to observe the actions. In addition, he is served by LadyDevimon and an army of Vilemon. However, he is defeated by WarGreymon and MetalGarurumon who send him flying right into MagnaAngemon's Gate of Destiny.

Apocalymon[edit]

Voiced by: Chikao Ōtsuka (Japanese); Paul St. Peter (English)

A demonic Digimon, responsible for bringing chaos in the Digital World, using Devimon, Myotismon and the Dark Masters. He was born from the data of Digimon who had died instead of Digivolving, and that their sadness and anger fills his being. Apocalymon changes the Digital World in order to spread his grief and cause suffering. In the Japanese version, he refers to itself as "we", possibly because of his nature of being composed of the many Digimon whose data composes himself, and as a reference to the Biblical Legion. Apocalymon was shown to copy MetalSeadramon's River of Power, Myotismon's Crimson Lightning, and Machinedramon's Giga Cannon attacks. His ability, "Reverse Digivolve", makes any Digimon partners revert back to their default forms. Apocalymon destroys all the crests and tags with his Dark Claw attack and turns the kids and their Digimon into data. After the DigiDestind use the power of their crests within their hearts, they return to the dimensional space in order to destroy Apocalymon. His ultimate attack Total Annihilation fails, when the power of the Digivices confine the explosion.

In Digimon Adventure tri., it is revealed that the cube of Apocalymon's data created Meicoomon. After her defeat, Dark Gennai recovers the fragment, and left planning to try again with Daemon and Diaboromon.

Diaboromon[edit]

Voiced by: Paul St. Peter

Introduced in the short film Our War Game, Diaboromon is a computer virus Digimon who appeared as a Digi-Egg. He invades the internet after hatching into Kuramon, while evolving to his current state. In the English dub, Diaboromon was created by Willis, but the egg was attacked and mutated into a virus. In his previous form, Diaboromon wreaks havoc across Japan and America's electrical systems. He launches nuclear missiles to wipe out the DigiDestined, while cloning himself, but Omnimon stops him.

In Revenge of Diaboromon, he survives and reconstitutes himself. He traps Omnimon, Angemon and Angewomon, while a lot of Kuramon enters the real world to converge and combine into Armageddomon to destroy Tokyo, but Imperialdramon Paladin Mode defeats Armageddomon.

Kimeramon[edit]

Voiced by: Tom Wyner

Kimeramon (キメラモン, Chimairamon) is a Composition Digimon created by Ken while as the Digimon Emperor to be his ideal Digimon partner to help him take over the Digital World, and he is seen working on it over a period of time. By that time, Ken synthesized various Digimon data to combine the best attributes into his creation. Kimeramon has Kabuterimon's head, Greymon's lower jaw and torso, Garurumon's back legs, Monochromon's tail, one of Kuwagamon's left arms, SkullGreymon's right arm, Airdramon's wings, Angemon's top wings, and MetalGreymon's hair. After acquiring the data remains of Devimon, manifesting in his upper arms, Ken completes Kimeramon. Though he is too powerful for the armored Digimon to fight, Devimon's data intensified his terrifying combat instinct and made him beyond Ken's control as it starts to runs amok while destroying everything in his path. When Davis uses the Digi-Egg of Miracles, Magnamon uses Wormmon's power to destroy Kimeramon with the Magna Explosion attack.

Arukenimon[edit]

Voiced by: Wakana Yamazaki (Japanese); Mari Devon (English)

Arukenimon (アルケニモン, Arachnemon) is a drider-like Digimon who is extremely cunning with great intelligence but has an equally scary temper. Created by Oikawa, she assumes her human form with white hair, spider clothes and large shades concealing her eyes. Overseeing Ken's actions as the Digimon Emperor from behind the scenes, Arukenimon becomes the central antagonist after the boy turns over a new leaf. At first, she appeared before the DigiDestined in her human form as she uses "Spirit Needle" hair on the Control Spires to transform into enemy Digimon where she turned had used one of each Control Spires to create Thundermon, Golemon, and Minotarumon and 10 Control Spires to create Okuwamon. She lured the DigiDestined into Giga House and used a flute to control the resident insect Digimon to kill them off for her. However, when that scheme failed, she decided to take drastic measures and shifted to her Digimon form. She fought the DigiDestined and proved to be a formidable foe, but suffers a humiliating defeat before Mummymon saved her. When Arukenimon created BlackWarGreymon with one hundred Control Spires, he takes his free will and nearly destroys all the Destiny Stones to imbalance the power of the Digital World. Pursing BlackWarGreymon, Arukenimon sees Kari, Yolei, and Ken in a phase warp and creates Blossomon from some Control Spires to deal with them. When trying to confront BlackWarGreymon, it took Arukenimon 200 Control Spires to create a herd of Mammothmon which were destroyed by BlackWarGreymon. When BlackWarGreymon is motivated to destroy them after slaying Arukenimon's final Control Spire Digimon Knightmon, Arukenimon prevents the DigiDestined from interfering, but Azulongmon appears. Arukenimon, Mummymon and Oikawa plan to open the portal between two worlds. They kidnap twenty children in Japan and implant Dark Spores within them. The three confront BlackWarGreymon, whom Oikawa revealed their origins. While the revelation clearly shocked and troubled Arukenimon, she doesn't discuss it and focuses on the efforts of tracking the kids. In the end, Arukenimon is killed by MaloMyotismon.

Mummymon[edit]

Voiced by: Toshiyuki Morikawa (Japanese); Kirk Thornton (English)

Mummymon (マミーモン, Mamīmon) is a mummy Digimon and Arukenimon's sidekick. Created by Oikawa, he wears a royal blue coat and hat and wields a cane. The two work for Oikawa in their attempt to change the Digital world. However, he is killed by MaloMyotismon when he tries to avenge Arukenimon.

BlackWarGreymon[edit]

Voiced by: Nobuyuki Hiyama (Japanese); Steven Blum (English)

An artificial Digimon clone of WarGreymon, created by Arukenimon from a hundred Control Spires. He would turn out that, due to the number of Spires used in his creation, He had developed a conscious mind. However, his self-awareness had caused him to be confused about his purpose. When he destroys the rest of the Destiny Stones, Azulongmon reprimands him for causing the imbalance of the world. BlackWarGreymon departs to find his own purpose. He later confronts Oikawa for disrupting the balance of both Earth and the Digital World and for using him. When Myotismon takes over Oikawa, the injured BlackWarGreymon sacrifices himself to seal the Highton View Terrace Gate and prevent Myotismon from entering the Digital World.

Yukio Oikawa[edit]

Voiced by: Toshiyuki Morikawa (Japanese); Jamieson Price (English)

Yukio Oikawa (及川 悠紀夫, Oikawa Yukio) is one of the few humans who is aware of the Digimon's existence. As a child, he was a friend of Cody Hida's father, Hiroki. They learned about the Digital World, but were discouraged by Hiroki's father Chikara. Though forced to part, Oikawa and Hiroki promised each other to reach the Digital World together. Oikawa investigated the event at Highton View Terrace. After Hiroki's death, Oikawa discovers Tai and his allies returning to the Digital World. When Oikawa promised the revived Myotismon to visit there, he possesses him. Oikawa created his sidekicks, Arukenimon and Mummymon. After the death of Sam Ichijouji, Oikawa implanted the Dark Spore on Ken, and uses the power of Control Spires to possess every innocent Digimon and prevent the Digidestined's partners from Digivolving. Kari, T.K., Davis, Yolei and Cody rescue Ken, and restore all the Destiny Stones whom BlackWarGreymon nearly destroys. Oikawa, Arukenimon and Mummymon gather a bunch of children with promises of bettering their lives. When Oikawa implants the spores in the other Kids, Cody confronts Hida for his actions. After Oikawa absorbs the power of a prematurely-bloomed Dark Flower, he injures BlackWarGreymon, who sacrifices himself to seal the gate to the Digital World at Highton View Terrace. When Oikawa and the children end up entering a World of Dreams, Myotismon reveals how he used Oikawa and leaves his body looking like him. Oikawa attempts to Attack, but is fatally weakend. After the DigiDestined defeat MaloMyotismon permantly, the dying Oikawa meets Datrinimon. He uses the World of Dreams to convert himself into data-based butterflies to restore the Digital World.

Daemon[edit]

Voiced by: Masami Kikuchi (Japanese); Bob Papenbrook (English)

A demon lord Digimon with a robe concealing his true appearance. He arrives in the human world, along with his sidekicks MarineDevimon, LadyDevimon, and SkullSatamon. When Daemon opens a portal to The Digital world, Imperialdramon, Silphymon and Shakkoumon distract him. Ken uses his inner darkness to change the location and Daemon is sent to the Dark Ocean.

Alphamon[edit]

Introduced in Digimon Adventure tri., Alphamon (アルファモン, Arufamon) is a black knight Digimon armed with the Holy Sword Gradalpha and the Ouryuken (王竜剣) broadsword. He is King Drasil's servant, who sets out to find Meicoomon and makes her berserk in order to activate the power. When Alphamon defeats Davis, Yolei, Cody and Ken, he and Meicoomon fight against Jesmon and Omnimon.

King Drasil[edit]

Introduced in Digimon Adventure tri., King Drasil (イグドラシル, Yggdrasill) is a host computer-like being in the form of a tree. He sends Alphamon to rescue Meicoomon, who holds a shard of Apocalymon's data. In addition, he has a dark-clothed clone of Gennai as his servant. After the reboot of the Digital World, Hackmon delivers a message from Homeostasis to Daigo. Drasil uses Meicoomon to try to destroy humanity and absorb the real world. However, the plan fails after Omnimon destroys Ordinemon and Drasil is shut down by Homeostasis.

Recurring characters[edit]

Gennai[edit]

Young Voiced by: Hiroaki Hirata (Japanese); Jeff Nimoy, Steven Blum (Series Finale) (English)
Old Voiced by: Joji Yanami (Japanese); Mike Reynolds (English)

Gennai (ゲンナイ, Gennai) is a data-based human and a guide of the DigiDestined members. As an elder, he assigns them to retrieve all lost crests and tags at the Server Continent. He also warns them about the risks of Digivolving incorrectly. Gennai contacts the united members about Myotismon entering the human world. Gennai allows the children to use nine correct cards on the dimension gate, which leads to the real world. Gennai modifies Izzy's computer, enabling him to make contact by email for both worlds, which he uses on several occasions. Four years ago, a young Gennai protects all eight Digi-Eggs from Piedmon. Gennai sends the rest of the Eggs to File Island, except Gatomon. Gennai reveals that every DigiDestined members arrived to the Digital World, after all Digimon villains escape from the Wall of Fire, a barrier distorting between time and space. After Tai and his friends destroy Apocalymon, Gennai sends the children home, suggesting them to leave their partners at the Digital World.

After Gennai regains his youthful appearance when Digimon started appearing throughout the world, he uses the DigiCore given from Azulongmon. Gennai's clones help the DigDestined members remove all evidence of Digimon. Gennai recovers Gatomon's ring the entire time as he explains that was so it can Armor and DNA Digivolve like the others.

In Digimon Adventure tri., Gennai is mentioned by Daigo and Maki, while solving the case about the infected Digimon. He was found in a statis pod alongside Davis, Yolei, Cody and Ken before being rescued by Tai.

  • Benjamin (ベンジャミン, Benjamin): An America-based clone. Voiced by Michael Lindsay in the English dub.
  • Jackie (ジャッキー, Jakkī): A China-based clone. Voiced by Jeff Nimoy in the English dub.
  • Hogan (ユーカリ, Yūkari, Eucaly): An Australia-based clone dressed as Santa Claus in water shoes and an old fashion swimsuit. Voiced by Neil Kaplan in the English dub.
  • José (ホセ, Hose): A Mexico-based clone. Voiced by Michael Sorich in the English dub.
  • Ilya (イリア, Iria): A Russia-based clone. Voiced by Neil Kaplan in the English dub.
  • Dark Gennai: A dark-clothed clone of Gennai. As King Drasil's servant, he believes that the Digimon are being enslaved by humans and oversees the plan of using Meicoomon to destroy humanity with their world absorbed into the Digtial World. As Ken, he senses Meicoomon's dark power, while feigning the abduction and sending Imperialdramon to fight the DigiDestined. After the Digital World's reboot, Dark Gennai upsets Meicoomon once more. After Omnimon destroys Meicoomon, Gennai returns to the Digital World with a fragment of Apocalymon, as he plans to try again with Daemon and Diaboromon. Voiced by Jeff Nimoy in the English dub.

Homeostasis[edit]

Voiced by: Lara Jill Miller (TV series), Tara Sands (tri.), Cherami Leigh (tri. - "Loss")

Homeostasis is a digital lifeform and one of the host computers that run the Digital World.

First appearing in Adventure, she made contact with and possessed Kari to bring up the history of the Digital World where she also showed the fight between Parrotmon and Greymon as well as Piedmon's invasion on the Agents' base.

In the Digimon Adventure tri films, Homeostasis' history is expanded. She was the one who had the Digimon of the original DigiDestined Digivolved to the Harmonious Ones during a losing battle against the Dark Masters. In "Confession," Homeostasis possesses Kari, to inform the DigiDestined about the Digital World, the Real World and the Reboot. In "Coexistence," Homeostasis possesses Kari again and informs the DigiDestined not to interfere in Raguelmon's fight with Jesmon as she was the one sending him. In "Future," Homeostasis deletes King Drasil after Meicoomon's defeat.

Digimon allies[edit]

Meramon (メラモン)
Voiced by: Hidetoshi Nakamura (Japanese); Peter Spellos (English)
A Champion-level fire Digimon and a neighbour of Yokomon living in Mount Miharashi on File Island. He is possessed by a Black Gear, but Birdramon destroys it. Later, Meramon aids the DigiDestined in their fight against the Dark Masters. In Digimon Adventure 02, Meramon appears as a partner of an Indian DigiDestined named Mina.
Andromon (アンドロモン, Andoromon)
Voiced by: Kiyoyuki Yanada (Japanese); Michael Sorich (English)
A cyborg-type Digimon whom the DigiDestined meet in a factory on File Island, he is possessed by a Black Gear, but Kabuterimon destroys it. Later, Andromon aids the DigiDestined in their fight against the Dark Masters. In Digimon Adventure 02, Andromon is possessed by a Dark Ring, but comes across Tai, T.K., and Kari, each face activating part of his old memory, which he recalls as a photograph he took of their last meeting four years ago. Andromon breaks free of the Dark Ring's influence and destroys it. He then proceeds to reprogram the Gardromon in the domed city.
Leomon (レオモン, Reomon)
Voiced by: Hiroaki Hirata (Japanese); Paul St. Peter (English)
A humanoid lion Digimon and Ogremon's long-term rival, living on File Island. In Digimon Adventure, Leomon is brainwashed by Devimon, but Tai and Matt free him by using their Digivices. Later, he helps them defeat Devimon. Leomon eventuslly gains the abililty to Warp-Digivolve into the sabretooth lion Digimon SaberLeomon. Though sacrificing himself in defeating Metal Etemon, Leomon is revived at Primary Village following Apocalymon's defeat. In Digimon Adventure tri., Leomon visits the human world, where he is killed by Meicoomon, who senses the infection.
Ogremon (オーガモン, Ōgamon)
Voiced by: Hisao Egawa (Japanese); Beau Billingslea (English)
Leomon's rival and a Champion-level Digimon living on File Island. He is a brutish, aggressive character, but shows a sense of honor and admiration for Leomon. They are possessed by Devimon, but are freed after Devimon's defeat. After Joe and Mimi recruit Ogremon, they defeat MetalEtemon and save both worlds from the Dark Masters and Apocalymon.
Centarumon (ケンタルモン, Kentarumon)
Voiced by: Masaki Aizawa (Japanese); Bob Papenbrook (English)
A one-eyed centaur Digimon in a helmet with pipes on it's humanoid back living in an ancient temple on File Island and is knowledgeable on the history of the Digivices. After Izzy and Mimi destroy the Black Gear on him, Centarumon explains to them the history of the Digivices. Proir to the Kids' battle with Apocalymon, he and Gennai examine the Wall of Fire, which tells them about Apocalymon. After the kids defeat Apocalymon, the two worlds revert to normal.
Elecmon (エレキモン, Erekimon)
Voiced by: Yasuhiro Takato (Japanese); Michael Sorich (English)
A Rookie-level rabbit-like Digimon and the caretaker of Primary Village, where all Digimon are born from Digi-Eggs. After the DigiDestined defeat the Dark Masters and Apocalymon, Elecmon returns home.
Whamon (ホエーモン, Hoēmon)
Voiced by: Masafumi Kimura (Japanese); Peter Spellos (English)
A whale Digimon and a friend to the DigiDestined, transporting them to Server after freeing him from a Black Gear that was in his stomach. He leads them to the hidden location of the Tags in an underwater cave. Whamon comes to the rescue of the DigiDestined when cornered by MetalSeadramon, swimming into the deepest part of the Net Ocean until found by MetalSeadramon's Divermon army. Whamon rescues WarGreymon from MetalSeadramon, but is mortally wounded. In Adventure 02, Whamon helps bring Cody and Joe to an underwater oil platform that the other New DigiDestind are trapped in while Ikkakumon battles a Dark Spiral-controlled MegaSeadramon.
Piximon (ピッコロモン, Pikuromon, Picklemon)
Voiced by: Isamu Tanonaka (Japanese); Richard Cansino (English)
A famous trainer in the Digital World, Piximon is an Ultimate-level Digimon who appears as a pink, ball-shaped pixie with large wings. He is a well-meaning Digimon, but his training methods make him irritating to work with. He trains the DigiDestined to work together, and helps Tai and Agumon face their fears of Digivolving after Tai forced Greymon to Digivolve into SkullGreymon. Piximon sacrifices himself to save the DigiDestined from the Dark Masters.
Wizardmon (ウィザーモン, Wizāmon, Wizarmon)
Voiced by: Akira Ishida (Japanese); Robert Axelrod (English)
A Champion-level Digimon and Gatomon's friend who accompanied Myotismon's forces to the Real World. He is killed by Myotismon while protecting Kari and Gatomon from him. In Digimon Adventure 02, Wizardmon appears as a ghost at the television station. He tells the DigiDestined a cryptic prophecy concerning Myotismon's return and about Ken's redemption through the power of a Golden Digi-Egg.
Azulongmon (チンロンモン, Chinronmon, Qinglongmon)
Voiced by: Jūrōta Kosugi (Japanese); David Lodge (English)
The guardian and ruler of the Digital World's Eastern Hemisphere, based on Seiryuu. He is the most amiable of the Digimon Sovereigns or Harmonious Ones, seeing the good in humans and coming to their aid in dire events. Like the other Sovereigns, Azulongmon was sealed away by the Dark Masters. However, Azulongmon returns to the Digital World and reprimands BlackWarGreymon for destroying the Destiny Stone. It's revealed that Azulongmon and the other the Sovereigns were responsible for helping the DigiDestined members. He loans two of his DigiCores out to the DigiDestinated: the first allowing the DigiDestineds' partners to assume their Ultimate forms while allowing Paildramon to become Imperialdramon and the second to Agumon to regain his ability to become WarGreymon. In Digimon Adventure tri., the Digimon Sovereigns were partnered with the first previous DigiDestined before Tai.
Hackmon (ハックモン, Hakkumon, Huckmon)
Voiced by: Shunsuke Takeuchi (Japanese); Aaron LaPlante (English)
A mysterious Digimon and a messenger of Homeostasis observing evidence at both worlds. He digivolves into Jesmon (ジエスモン, Jiesumon) and saves helps the DigiDestined destroy Ordinemon.

Willis and Terriermon[edit]

Willis: Voiced by: Nami Miyahara (Japanese); Bob Glouberman (English)
Terriermon: Voiced by: Aoi Tada (Japanese); Mona Marshall, Michael Sorich (Gargomon), Lex Lang (Rapidmon) (English)

Willis, known as Wallace (ウォレス, Woresu) in the Japanese version, is an American DigiDestined living in New York City. He appeared in Digimon Hurricane Touchdown/Supreme Evolution! The Golden Digimentals and in the CD drama, Natsu e no Tobira. As a resident of Denver, Willis owns twin Digimon partners: Terriermon and Kokomon. When Kokomon gets infected by a virus, he digivolves into Wendigomon. However, Davis and his friends save Kokomon from being infected.

Meiko Mochizuki and Meicoomon[edit]

Meiko Mochizuki: Voiced by: Miho Arakawa (Japanese); Cristina Vee (English)
Meicoomon: Voiced by: Yukiko Morishita (Japanese); Kate Higgins (English)

Meiko Mochizuki (望月 芽心, Mochidzuki Meiko) is a new DigiDestined from Tottori, who is transferred to high school. She has a shy and kind demeanor. After obtaining her Digivice in 1999, Meiko becomes distraught, when her partner, Meicoomon (メイクーモン, Meikūmon), went feral and felt very guilty towards her friends. Meicoomon is a Champion level Maine Coon cat Digimon, (also known as "Libra") revealed to be holding a shard of Apocalymon's data in her body. While Meiko keeps the residual malice within Meicoomon in check, the power manifests as an infection within her. This forces Homeostasis and Hackmon to deem Meicoomon a threat and Alphamon fails to capture her. Though subjected to the reboot, Meicoomon retains her memories of Meiko and her condition eventually worsens through Drasil's plan to the point of absorbing Gatomon, while swallowing the real world into the Digital World as Ordinemon. However, Omnimon destroys Ordinemon.

Meicrackmon Vicious Mode (メイクラックモンヴィシャスモード, Meikurakkumon Vishasu Mōdo)
Meicoomon's Ultimate form. She obtains this form after killing Leomon and attacking the other Digimon. Overcome by her infection, she is far stronger and more aggressive. She goes into a berserk rage, when Gennai upsets her.
Raguelmon (ラグエルモン, Raguerumon)
Meicoomon's Mega form. She and Alphamon fight against Omnimon and Jesmon.
Ordinemon (オルディネモン, Orudinemon)
A white feminine humanoid Digimon. When Nyaromon ends up evolving to Ophanimon Falldown Mode, she fuses with Raguelmon as part of Drasil's plan. After Jesmon frees Gatomon, Ordinemon becomes weakened and Omnimon destroys her.

Daigo Nishijima[edit]

Voiced by: Daisuke Namikawa (Japanese); Doug Erholtz (English)

Daigo Nishijima (西島 大吾, Nishijima Daigo) is Tai's substitute teacher and one of the government agents at Incorporate Administrative Agency. He is described as warm, friendly, compassionate and light-hearted. The prequel flashback revealed that Daigo was one of the DigiDestined, before Tai replaced him. After falling off from the canyon cliff to the facility, Daigo dies from blood loss while sending Tai, Davis, Yolei, Cody and Ken back to the real world.

Maki Himekawa[edit]

Voiced by: Yuko Kaida (Japanese); Cherami Leigh (English)

Maki Himekawa (姫川 マキ, Himekawa Maki) is Daigo's friend and one of the government agents at Incorporate Administrative Agency. She assigns Tai and his friends to reunite with their partners at the rebooted Digital World. She hides crucial information from them about Meicoomon's power and the disappearance of others, but the evidence is revealed. The prequel flashback revealed that Maki was one of the DigiDestined and Homeostasis' medium before Kari. Though the Dark Masters seal the Digimon Sovereigns away, Maki and Gennai initiate the reboot. While Tapirmon does not remember Maki, she suffers a mental breakdown and ends up entering the Dark Ocean.

International DigiDestined[edit]

In Digimon Adventure 02, other children throughout the world became DigiDestined. These DigiDestined became known during the "Digimon World Tour" episodes when Digimon and Control Spires stated appearing in the Real World.

Michael[edit]

Voiced by: Konami Yoshida (Japanese); Tom Gibis (English)

Michael is a DigiDestined residing in New York.

In 1999, Michael witnessed Gorillamon climbing the Empire State Building.

Four years later, Michael was brought to the Digital World by Mimi where he helped the DigiDestined pay the bill that Digitamamon gave them. He even helped in the fight against a Gorillamon that has a Dark Spiral on it. When Digimon started appearing around the world, Michael helped Davis and Mimi round up the ones in New York and battle a berserk Cherrymon.

Betamon[edit]

Voiced by: Dina Sherman (Betamon), Doug Erholtz (Seadramon)

Betamon is the partner of Michael.

Seadramon
The Champion form of Betamon that resembles a sea serpent.

North American DigiDestined[edit]

Besides Michael, the following DigiDestined are from North America:

Phil (Sam)
Voiced by: Kae Araki (Japanese); Brianne Siddall (English)
A dark-skinned boy.
Flarerizamon (Flarelizardmon)
Voiced by: Takahiro Sakurai
A fiery lizard Digimon that is Phil's partner.
Tatum
A female DigiDestined from North America. She was responsible for getting a ShogunGekomon away from Niagra Falls before the nearby Army could take action.
Airdramon
A winged serpent Digimon. This Airdramon is Tatum's partner.
Maria
Voiced by: Yuka Tokumitsu (Japanese); Dorothy Elias-Fahn (English)
A Latin-American DigiDestined girl.
Centarumon
This Centarumon is Maria's partner.
Steve
A DigiDestined from North America.
Frigimon
This Frigimon is Steve's partner.
Lou
Voiced by: Kae Araki (Japanese); Dan Lorge (English)
A Native American DigiDestined.
Tortomon
A spikey tortoise Digimon who is Lou's partner.

Poi Brothers[edit]

Eldest Poi Brother Voiced by: Youto Kazama (Japanese); Kirk Thornton (English)
Middle Poi Brother Voiced by: Junko Noda (Japanese); Jonathan Fahn (English)
Youngest Poi Brother Voiced by: Reiko Kiuchi (Japanese); Dan Lorge (English)

The Poi Brothers are DigiDestined from China. When a Mojyamon was causing trouble on the streets, one of them saved their grandfather as they engage the Mojyamon. Kari, Angewoman, Izzy, MegaKabuterimon, and Jackie intervene and clear things up. Outside of the Poi Brothers being smitten by Kari, one of them accompanied Kari and Izzy to the Chinese border to help the Digimon persuade the army positioned there into letting the Digimon pass so that they can be taken to Kowloon Park.

Syakomon[edit]

The Poi Brothers have three clam-like Syakomon as partners.

Octomon
An octopus Digimon that is the Digivolved form of the Poi Brothers' Syakomon.

Asian DigiDestined[edit]

Besides the Poi Brothers, the following DigiDestined are in the lower parts of Asia:

Yue Hong
Voiced by: Junko Takeuchi (Japanese); Mary Elizabeth McGlynn (English)
A Chinese DigiDestined who was escorting some Airdramon to Kowloon Park.
Apemon
An ape Digimon who is Yue's Digimon partner.
Dien
A Vietnamese DigiDestined.
Gorillamon
A gorilla Digimon with a cannon for a right forearm. This version is Dien's partner.
Mina
Voiced by: Ai Maeda (Japanese); Wendee Lee (English)
A DigiDestined from India. She had trouble getting the Digimon with her passed the Chinese border until Kari, Izzy, and a Poi Brother helped her persuade the Chinese army to let them go to Kowloon Park.
Meramon
Voiced by: Peter Spellos
This Meramon is the partner of Mina.

Derek[edit]

Voiced by: Chika Sakamoto (Japanese); Derek Stephen Prince (English)

Derek is a DigiDestined from Australia. He befriends Joe and Cody after they drove away an Ebidramon, a Gesomon, and a Shellmon. Afterwards, he helps to take down a Control Spire that is guarded bya Scorpiomon.

Crabmon[edit]

Voiced by: Joe Ochman

A crab Digimon who is Derek's partner.

Coelamon
A Coelacanth Digimon who is Crabmon's Champion form.

Austailan DigiDestined[edit]

Besides Derek, there are other DigiDestined in Austrailia. One of them has a Bukamon, one of them has a Divermon, and two of them have two Gizamon.

Catherine Deneuve[edit]

Voiced by: Megumi Uraha (Japanese); Philece Sampler (English)

Catherine Deneuve is a French DigiDestined. She attempted to destroy the Control Spire at the Seine River only for Giromon to capture her and have Mamemon, BigMamemon, and MetalMamemon guard her. With help from Tai, T.K., and T.K.'s grandfather, they rescue Catherine who helps fight the Mamemon Brothers and Giromon.

Floramon[edit]

Voiced by: Junko Takeuchi (Japanese); Mary Elizabeth McGlynn (English)

Floramon is a plant Digimon who is Catherine's partner.

Kiwimon
A kiwi Digimon who is Floramon's Champion form.

French DigiDestined[edit]

Besides Catherine, there are other DigiDestined living in France that are seen on the passing bus following the Control Spiries destruction. The Digimon seen with them are an Elecmon, a Gotsumon, a Vegiemon, two Gazimon, and two Vilemon.

Rosa[edit]

Rosa is a DigiDestined from Mexico. She assisted Matt and Ken into driving Minotarumon and Dokugumon out of the Mayan ruins.

Gotsumon[edit]

This Gotsumon is Rosa's partner. Matt and Ken mistook him for a wild Digimon until Rosa appeared.

Monochromon
A Monoclonius Digimon who is Gotsumon's Champion form.

Anna, Sonya, and Yuri[edit]

Anna Voiced by: Reiko Kiuchi (Japanese); Wendee Lee (English) Sonya Voiced by: Laura Summer Yuri Voiced by: Naozumi Takehashi (Japanese); Doug Erholtz (English)

Anna, Sonya, and Yuri are Russian DigiDestined. Because Gennai's clone Ilya was running late, Sora and Yolei had a hard time understanding them. Using Russian foods as symbols, they are able to help defeat the Flymon that are swarming throughout Moscow, Russia.

Unimon, Snimon, and Kuwagamon[edit]

Anna, Sonya, and Yuri have a Unimon, a Snimon, and a Kuwagamon as partners.

Siberian DigiDestined[edit]

Three DigiDestined residing in Siberia have three Frigimon as partners. They alongside Sora and Yolei had trouble subduing the Mammothmon there until Imperialdramon arrived to knock them out.

Minor characters[edit]

Susumu and Yuuko Kamiya (八神進と八神裕子, Yagami Susumu to Yagami Yuuko, Susumu & Yuuko Yagami)
Susumu: Voiced by: Susumu Chiba, Hiroya Ishimaru (Movie 1) (Japanese); Doug Erholtz (English)
Yuuko: Voiced by: Yuko Mizutani, Yoshiko Sakakibara (Movie 1), Atori Shigematsu (tri.) (Japanese); Dorothy Elias-Fahn (English)
Tai's and Kari's parents.
Miko
Voiced by: Michael Sorich
The Kamiya family's pet cat.
Hiroaki Ishida (石田裕明, Ishida Hiroaki)
Voiced by: Hiroaki Hirata (Japanese); David Greenlee (English)
Matt's & T.K.'s father and Nancy's ex-husband. He works as a reporter at Fuji TV and tends to be a workaholic, but has a nice demeanor. He finds out about his sons' connection to the Digimon during Myotismon's invasion.
Nancy Takaishi (高石 奈津子, Takaishi Natsuko)
Voiced by: Chika Sakamoto (Japanese); Barbara Goodson (English)
Matt's and T.K.'s mother, Hiroaki's ex-wife, and a newspaper reporter. In Digimon Adventure 02, Nancy moved to Odaiba where she helps her sons rescue other children.
Michael Takaishi (高石 ミッシェル, Takaishi Missheru)
Voiced by: Hiroaki Hirata (Japanese); David Lodge (English)
Matt and T.K.'s grandfather on Nancy's side of the family who resides in Paris. He helps Tai and T.K. at the time when Mamemon, BigMamemon, MetalMamemon, and Giromon were causing trouble in Paris.
Haruhiko and Toshiko Takenouchi (武之内淑子と武之内春彦, Takenouchi Susumu to Takenouchi Haruhiko)
Voiced by: Toshiko Fujita (Japanese); Elizabeth Rice (English)
Voiced by: Toshiyuki Morikawa (Japanese); R. Martin Klein (English)
Sora's parents. Her mother Haruhiko banned her from a soccer game due to a leg injury. This caused a distance between them, though that was resolved later in the first season. Her father Toshiko is an anthropology professor at Kyoto University. He researches the information of the Digital World which led to him meeting Yolei and Poromon. In addition, Toshiko has Shuu as a student.
Masami and Kae Izumi (泉政実と泉佳江, Izumi Masami to Izumi Kae)
Masami: Voiced by: Masami Kikuchi (Japanese); Jeff Nimoy (English)
Kae: Voiced by: Kae Araki (Japanese); Mari Devon (English)
Izzy's adoptive parents. After Masami and Kae lost their son, they take care of Izzy as a ward after his real parents died in a car accident. The tension between Izzy and his parents are resolved, when they tell him about the adoption.
Keisuke and Satoe Tachikawa (太刀川ケースケと太刀川サトエ, Tachikawa Keisuke to Tachikawa Satoe)
Keisuke: Voiced by: Takahiro Sakurai (Japanese); Dan Woren (English)
Satoe: Voiced by: Yuka Tokumitsu (Japanese); Julie Maddalena (English)
Mimi's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Kido
Joe's parents.
Shin and Shuu Kido (城戸シンと城戸シュウ, Kido Shin to Kido Shuu, "Jim Kido" in English dub)
Voiced by: Masami Kikuchi (Japanese); Doug Erholtz (English)
Joe's older brothers, Shuu being the first born. The two brothers each helped the DigiDestined on separate occasions: Shin helping out during Myotismon's attack on Odaiba after evading capture and Shuu meeting Yolei while as a student under Haruhiko Toshiko. The two brothers appear together in the CD dramas: Getting Joe to join them on triple date with Jun Motomiya and Yolei's sisters in Michi E No Armor Shinka. They own their own partner Digimon in Digimon Original Stories CD2 after MaloMyotismon's defeat. In the English dub, they were portrayed as a single character named Jim.
Mr. and Mrs. Motomiya
Mr. Motomiya Voiced by: Doug Erholtz
Davis' parents.
Jun Motomiya (本宮ジュン, Motomiya Jun)
Voiced by: Kazusa Murai (Japanese); Peggy O'Neal (English)
Davis' older sister and a fan of the Teenage Wolves. She has a one sided crush on Matt, but stops purusing him when she discovers his relationship with Sora after he saw her saving her the night when some Digimon crashed the Teenage Wolves' concert. Jun starts a relationship with Shuu. In Digimon Original Stories CD2, Jun got her own Digimon.
Mr. and Mrs. Inoue
Mr. Inoue Voiced by: Kouichi Tohchika (Japanese); David Lodge (English)
Mrs. Inoue Voiced by: Peggy O'Neal
Yolei's parents. They run a bodega that is part of their apartment buiilding.
Momoe and Chizuru Inoue (井ノ上百恵と井ノ上千鶴, Inoue Momoe to Inoue Chizuru)
Momoe Voiced by: Rio Natsuki (Japanese); Dina Sherman (English)
Chizuru Voiced by: Rio Natsuki (Japanese); Elizabeth Rice (English)
Yolei's older sisters living with their parents and brother. Momoe and Chizuri play a larger role in the CD dramas: joining their friend Jun Motomiya in a triple date with the Kido brothers in Michi E No Armor Shinka and own their Digimon partners in Digimon Original Stories CD2.
Mantarou Inoue (井ノ上 万太郎, Mantarou Inoue)
Voiced by: Jonathan Fahn (in "Big Trouble in Little Edo"), Tom Fahn (in "Spirit Needle")
Yolei's older brother.
Fumiko Hida
Voiced by: Keiko Koumyouji (Japanese); Mary Elizabeth McGlynn (English)
Cody's mother.
Chikara Hida (火田主税, Hida Chikara)
Voiced by: Kousei Tomita (Japanese); Dan Lorge (English)
Cody's paternal grandfather living with the boy and his daughter-in-law Fumiko. He trains Cody in kendo, and serves as a father figure in place of his son and police officer Hiroki while also having a history with Yukio Oikawa. In later episodes, he is shown to be familiar with the Digimon when he catches Armadillomon drinking his liquid yogurt.
Ichijouji Family
Ken's Father: Voiced by: Masafumi Kimura (Japanese); Frank Catalano (English)
Ken's Mother: Voiced by: Asako Dodo (Japanese); Wendee Lee (English)
Sam Ichijouji (一乗寺治, Ichijōji Osamu): Voiced by: Romi Park (Japanese); Steve Staley (English)
Osamu was Ken's older brother, whose death Ken blamed himself. While being possessed by the Dark Spore, Ken becomes a genius student and the Digimon Emperor. After his parents are informed about the Digital World, they help Ken in stopping Oikawa.
Mochizuki Family
Professor Mochizuki: Voiced by: Yutaka Aoyama (Japanese); Aaron LaPlante (English)
Meiko's Mother: Voiced by: Hitomi Yoshida (Japanese); Colleen Villard (English)
Meiko's father is a professor, who had a failed experiment on Meiccomon. The couple visit Odaiba, while helping the DigiDestined members destroy Meiccomon.

Minor Digimon[edit]

Digitamamon (デジタマモン)
Voiced by: Jin Horikawa (Japanese); Derek Stephen Prince (English)
An Ultimate-level Digimon encased in a partially hatched egg with Peter Lorre's voice. He is the owner of a diner who wants to run a good business despite his short temper and being judgmental. He forces Joe and Gomamon into working at his diner, alongside his Vegiemon employee, to pay off the debt they own him after failing to provide the preferred currency. After Matt and Gabumon arrive and resolve to help their friends out, Digitamamon is bribed by his acquaintance DemiDevimon to keep the two boys and their Digimon in his employment while the imp causes "accidents" to lengthen the debt. Tai and T.K. eventually arrive at the diner, and try to persuade Matt and Joe to simply walk out. Demidevimon is then exposed and Digitamamon fights the boys, only to be sent flying by Weregarurumon. His diner falls into disrepair some time during the Dark Masters' reign and is ripped from its place in the Digital World, becoming part of Piedmon's wasteland. In the second season, Digitamamon turns over a new leaf and wants to make a good living despite repeating his past mistakes. He falls victim to a Dark Spiral but is freed by Shurimon, befriending the DigiDestined. Digitamamon later opens a new Chinese restaurant with Tapirmon, using the waters of a spring that conceals the last Destiny Stone as the secret ingredient to his popular noodle soup.
Tapirmon (バクモン, Bakumon)
Voiced by: Tanuki Sugino (TV), Kaori Ishihara (tri.) (Japanese); Paul St. Peter, Colleen Villard (tri.) (English)
An animal Digimon works at the Chinese Restaurant in Digimon Adventure 02 he can digivolve into Megadramon (メガドラモン, Megadoramon). In Digimon Adventure tri., he was Maki's Digimon partner, who apparently sacrifices himself to prevent the Dark Masters from invading the world. After the reboot of the Digital World, Tapirmon does not remember Maki.
Numemon (ヌメモン)
Voiced by: Yūji Ueda, Hiroaki Hirata, Masami Kikuchi
Ugly, slimy, slug-like mutant Digimon living in the sewers. They have some difficulty adapting to sunlight. An army chase the DigiDestined at File Island, but come to their aid against Monzaemon after their leader meets Mimi. A group of Numemon appear as slaves for WaruMonzaemon in Machinedramon's city, but rebel against him, praising Kari as their saviour. The Numemon try to fight Machinedramon, but he destroys them.
Gekomon (ゲコモン), Otamamon (オタマモン) and ShogunGekomon (トノサマゲコモン, TonosamaGekomon)
Gekomon: Voiced by: Masami Kikuchi, Hiroaki Hirata, Kōki Miyata, Junko Takeuchi (Japanese); Dave Mallow (English)
Otamamon: Voiced by: (Japanese); Dorothy Elias-Fahn, Wendee Lee (English)
ShogunGekomon: Voiced by: Ginzo Matsuo (Japanese); Bob Papenbrook (English)
A group of recurring amphibian Digimon, the frog-like champion Gekomon and the tadpole-like rookie Digimon Otamamon serve the huge frog-like ShogunGekomon, who fell asleep for three-hundred years after suffering from the depression of losing a singing contest. They live in the castle. DemiDevimon tricks Mimi into being the leader princess of Gekomon and Otamamon. After Mimi regains her senses, she sings a song to wake ShogunGekomon up. He goes on a rampage, but MetalGreymon stops him. When Mimi and Joe are separated from the others, they reunite with Gekomon and Otamamon, who tell them that their castle was destroyed due to world collision. In Digimon Adventure 02, ShogunGekomon and the group rebuilt their castle as a feudal Japanese village. When the Control Spiral appears, it possesses ShogunGekomon, Ninjamon and others. However, Kari and her friends destroy the Control Spire, in order to free them.

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