List of Digimon Adventure characters

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

Digimon Adventure, Digimon Adventure 02, and Digimon Adventure tri., anime series produced by Toei Animation for the Digimon franchise, are centered on the DigiDestined (選ばれし子供達, Erabareshi Kodomotachi), a group of children chosen to protect the Digital World. Each child is partnered with a Digimon and use a Digivice[a] to help them Digivolve[b] into stronger forms.

The main DigiDestined cast was designed by Katsuyoshi Nakatsuru. Producer Satoru Nishizono and the staff used a name analysis software to decide on the characters' names, using kanji combinations that related to "luck."[5] For Digimon Adventure tri., director Keitaro Motonaga found that some parts of developing the characters were "difficult to control" due to the characters' "strong personalities", but the staff had "rebuilt" the characters by taking account of their personal growth while retaining their original personalities.[6]

Main characters[edit]

DigiDestined[edit]

Taichi "Tai" Kamiya (八神 太一, Yagami Taichi, Taichi Yagami in the Japanese version)[7][8][9]
Voiced by: Toshiko Fujita (Adventure, 02)[10], Natsuki Hanae (tri.)[11] (Japanese); Joshua Seth,[12] Jason Spisak (Revenge of Diaboromon)[13] (English)
Tai is the leader of the DigiDestined and the star player on the school's soccer team.[8] His aggressive and impulsive personality often puts him in danger, but he learns that empathy and compassion are the keys to being a successful leader.[7][8] He is partnered with Agumon and holds the Crest of Courage (勇気の紋章, Yūki no monshō).[14][15]
In Digimon Adventure 02, Tai attends middle school and passes on leadership to Davis.[9] In the series' epilogue, Tai and Agumon become diplomats for their respective worlds and Tai has a son with a Koromon.

Yamato "Matt" Ishida (石田 ヤマト, Ishida Yamato, Yamato Ishida in the Japanese version)[16][17]
Voiced by: Yūto Kazama (Adventure, 02),[10] Yoshimasa Hosoya (tri.)[11] (Japanese); Michael Reisz (Adventure, 02), Vic Mignogna (tri.) (English)
Matt is T.K.'s older brother.[c][16] He lives in Odaiba with his father after his parents divorced three years prior.[16] This leads to an awkward relationship with his mother, as he feels that they treat each other more as strangers instead of family.[19] He takes caution in the Digital World, especially when it comes to T.K.'s safety,[20] and often clashes with Tai, due to the latter's recklessness.[16] He is partnered with Gabumon and holds the Crest of Friendship (友情の紋章, Yūjō no monshō).[21][22] While fighting the Dark Masters, Matt begins to doubt his worth to the team and T.K., causing him to leave the group. However, he rejoins when he realizes that he truly valued the friendships he had with them.
In Digimon Adventure 02, Matt forms a band with his classmates called the Teen-age Wolves and provides lead vocals and bass.[17]
In Digimon Adventure tri., he becomes the vocalist and bassist of Knife of Day after the Teen-age Wolves disbands. In the series' epilogue, Matt and Gabumon become astronauts. Matt marries Sora[23] and they have two children: a daughter with a Yokomon and a son with a Tsunomon.
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.[24]

Sora Takenouchi (武之内 空, Takenouchi Sora)[25][26][27][28]
Voiced by: Yūko Mizutani (Adventure, 02),[10] Suzuko Mimori (tri.)[11] (Japanese); Colleen Villard, Wendee Lee ("Invasion of the Daemon Corps") (English)
Sora is Tai's best friend and was on the soccer team with him.[26] Despite being tomboyish, Sora takes caution in the Digital World and serves as the mother figure of the DigiDestined,[26] often acting as a mediator between Tai and Matt.[28] She is partnered with Biyomon and holds the Crest of Love (愛情の紋章, Aijō no monshō).[29][30] Sora has a difficult relationship with her mother at first.
In Digimon Adventure 02, Sora's relationship with her mother has greatly improved. She takes up tennis and flower arranging, learning both from her mother.
In the series' epilogue, Sora and Biyomon become fashion designers. Sora has married Matt[23] and they have two children: a daughter with a Yokomon and a son with a Tsunomon.

Koshiro "Izzy" Izumi (泉 光子郎, Izumi Kōshirō, Koshiro Izumi in the Japanese version)[31]
Voiced by: Umi Tenjin (Adventure, 02),[10] Mutsumi Tamura (tri.)[11] (Japanese); Mona Marshall (English)
Izzy is a computer expert and enjoys researching the Internet.[31] His intellectual curiosity is strong, but sometimes, he becomes too absorbed to focus on his surroundings.[31] He politely defers to the rest of the DigiDestined.[31] He is partnered with Tentomon and holds the Crest of Knowledge (知識の紋章, Chishiki no monshō).[32][33] When he initially found out that he was adopted, he began to subconsciously distance himself from his parents, focusing more on his computer instead. However, they later come to accept each other as family.[34][35]
In Digimon Adventure 02, Izzy continues to aid the new generation of DigiDestined by using his computer expertise to monitor the Digital World and alert them about any problems.
In Digimon Adventure tri., Izzy works at 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.
In the series' epilogue, Izzy researches gateways to the Real and Digital Worlds with Sora's father and Joe's brother, Shu. He has a daughter with a Motimon.

Mimi Tachikawa (太刀川 ミミ, Tachikawa Mimi)[36][37]
Voiced by: Ai Maeda (Adventure, 02),[10] Hitomi Yoshida (tri.)[11] (Japanese); Philece Sampler (English)
Mimi is a beautiful girl in Izzy's class who has lived a sheltered life under wealthy parents.[d][37] She tends to push responsibility onto others when things are difficult for her, but people can't help but be charmed by her straightforward personality.[37] Realizing that her Digimon friends may sacrifice themselves, Mimi decides to fight back and save the Digital World. She is partnered with Palmon and holds the Crest of Sincerity (純真の紋章, Junshin no monshō).[39][40]
In Digimon Adventure 02, Mimi moves to New York City, but she manages to make her way to the Digital World on occasion.[41][42] In Digimon Adventure tri., Mimi moves back to Japan and enrolls in Tai's high school.
In the series' epilogue, Mimi and Palmon have become a celebrity chefs and have a cooking show. She has a son with a Tanemon as his partner Digimon.
In a series of online polls conducted on the Digimon website, Mimi was ranked 6th by Japanese voters as Favorite DigiDestined.[43] When the same question was asked three more times, her rank rose to 3rd,[44] fell to 9th,[45] and failed to chart on the final poll.[46] Mimi is ranked first as the DigiDestined whom voters related to the most.[47]

Joe Kido (城戸 丈, Kido Jō)[48]
Voiced by: Masami Kikuchi (Adventure, 02),[10] Junya Ikeda (tri.)[11] (Japanese); Michael Lindsay (Adventure, 02), Robbie Daymond (tri.) (English)
Joe is an honor student and from a family of high-ranked professionals.[48] He spends time studying to enter a high-ranked university[48] and become a physician. Because he is the oldest, he feels responsible for their safety, but his indecisiveness means the group looks to others when making choices.[48] He is partnered with Gomamon and holds the Crest of Reliability (誠実の紋章, Seijitsu no monshō).[49][50]
In Digimon Adventure 02, Joe is still studying to be a doctor and passes his responsibilities to Cody Hida.[9] In the series' epilogue, Joe has become the Digital World's first doctor. He has a son with a Bukamon.
In Digimon Adventure tri., Joe is reluctant to rejoin the DigiDestined, prioritizing his studies over fighting, but eventually finds the resolve to continue fighting.

Takeru "T.K." Takaishi (高石 タケル, Takaishi Takeru, Takeru Takaishi in the Japanese version).[51][20]
Voiced by: Hiroko Konishi (Adventure),[10] Megumi Han (Adventure PSP), Taisuke Yamamoto (02), Hiroaki Hirata (adult), Junya Enoki (tri.)[11] (Japanese); Wendee Lee (Adventure), Doug Erholtz (02), Johnny Yong Bosch (tri.) (English)[52][52][53]
T.K. is Matt's younger brother[c] who is gentle and obedient.[20] Unlike the others, he lives in Setagaya with his mother due to their parents' divorce,[20] and despite this, T.K. avoids talking about it.[19] T.K. idolizes Matt and wants to impress him,[51] but he opens up to the other DigiDestined and follows their lead without complaints, particularly Tai.[20] He is partnered with Patamon and holds the Crest of Hope (希望の紋章, Kibō no monshō).[54][55]
In Digimon Adventure 02, T.K. and his mother move to Odaiba, where Cody and Yolei are his neighbors. Although much of his physical appearance and voice have changed, his personality remains the same.[56] Joining the new DigiDestined, T.K. obtains the Digi-Egg of Hope (希望のデジメンタル, Kibō no dejimentaru). In the series' epilogue, T.K. has become a novelist, having written books about his and the other DigiDestined's adventures in the Digital World. He has a son with a Tokomon. Hiromi Seki confirmed via V Jump that T.K. and Kari do not get married.[23] In an audio drama released years after Digimon Adventure 02, T.K. is heard compiling a novel about his journey.[57]
In a series of online polls conducted on the Digimon website, T.K. was ranked 7th by Japanese voters as Favorite DigiDestined.[43] When the same question was asked two more times, his rank rose to 2nd,[44] but fell to 3rd.[45][46] T.K. is also ranked 1st as whom the voters would want as a younger brother[58] and as the DigiDestined whom the voters thought was the strongest.[59] He placed 2nd as the DigiDestined voters would want to switch places with[60] and as the best-looking DigiDestined in the winter.[61] When voters were asked which DigiDestined they would want as their boyfriend, T.K. placed in 3rd.[62]

Kari Kamiya (八神 ヒカリ, Yagami Hikari, Hikari Yagami in the Japanese version)[63][64][65]
Voiced by: Kae Araki (Adventure, 02),[10] M.A.O (tri.)[11] (Japanese); Lara Jill Miller (Adventure, 02), Tara Sands (tri.) (English)
Kari is Tai's younger sister and is a gentle, compassionate girl who puts others before herself.[63][64] She was unable to come to camp due to a cold, but was eventually revealed to be the eighth DigiDestined child.[64] Kari admires Tai[64] and is seen as an equal to T.K.[66] She is highly perceptive of her environment and Digimon, but this also leaves her vulnerable to the Dark Ocean and being possessed by Homeostasis. She is partnered with Gatomon and holds the Crest of Light (光の紋章, Hikari no monshō).[67][68]
In Digimon Adventure 02, Kari becomes a "smiling, charmingly energetic, and bright girl," but sometimes "mischievous" and "playful". She becomes interested in photography.[65] Joining the new DigiDestined, Kari obtains the Digi-Egg of Light (光のデジメンタル, Hikari no dejimentaru). Davis has a one-sided crush on her.[69] In the series' epilogue, Kari has become a kindergarten teacher. She has a son who has inherited her whistle and he has a Salamon as his partner Digimon. Hiromi Seki confirmed via V Jump that T.K. and Kari do not get married.[23]
Originally, Kari was not planned to appear, but halfway into Digimon Adventure's broadcast, Nishizono decided to add her as a character, having been influented by how "cute" she looked in the 1999 film.[5] In a series of online polls conducted on the Digimon website, Kari was ranked 4th by Japanese voters as their favorite DigiDestined.[43] When the same question was asked two more times, her rank fell to 5th,[44] and then 6th,[45] but finally landed at 1st.[46] In addition, Kari is ranked as 1st, whom the voters would want as a younger sister[58] and as the best-looking DigiDestined in the spring.[70] She placed in 3rd as the DigiDestined who the voters thought was the strongest[59] and as the best-looking DigiDestined in the winter.[61]

02 DigiDestined[edit]

Davis Motomiya (本宮 大輔, Motomiya Daisuke, Daisuke Motomiya in the Japanese version)
Voiced by: Reiko Kiuchi (Japanese); Brian Donovan (English)
Davis is the main protagonist of Digimon Adventure 02 and the leader of the new DigiDestined, wearing Tai's goggles after losing his own during battle. He has a one-sided crush on Kari and is jealous of her friendship with T.K. Though impulsive and simple-minded, Davis values his friends and is strongly dedicated to protecting them. He openly accepts Ken as a DigiDestined without hesitation after the Digimon Emperor is defeated, and when MaloMyotismon traps the other DigiDestined in mental illusions, Davis is unaffected as his desire to defeat MaloMyotismon is more powerful. He holds the Digi-Egg of Courage (勇気のデジメンタル, Yūki no dejimentaru) and the Digi-Egg of Friendship (友情のデジメンタル, Yūjō no dejimentaru).
In the series' epilogue, Davis has opened a noodle cart, which eventually expands into a food franchise. He has a son who has inherited Tai's goggles, making him the epilogue DigiDestined's leader. His son has a DemiVeemon as his partner Digimon.
In Digimon Adventure tri., Davis is mysteriously defeated by Alphamon, but is eventually rescued by Tai.
Yolei Inoue (井ノ上 京, Inoue Miyako, Miyako Inoue in the Japanese version)
Voiced by: Rio Natsuki (Japanese); Tifanie Christun, Bridget Hoffman (in "Invasion of the Daemon Corps") (English)
Yolei is the president of the Computer Club at Odaiba Elementary School. She lives in the same apartment building as T.K. and Cody, where her family runs a convenience store on the first floor. Her proficiency with computers and technical knowledge allows her to navigate the Digital World easily and she often provides snacks to the DigiDestined. However, Yolei can also be impulsive and idealistic, which sometimes gets her in trouble. She holds the Digi-Egg of Love (愛情のデジメンタル, Aijō no dejimentaru) and the Digi-Egg of Sincerity (純真のデジメンタル, Junshin no dejimentaru).
In the epilogue, Yolei becomes a housewife after she marries Ken, they 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.
Yolei appears in the game Digimon Digital Card Battle, where her name listed as "Keely."
Cody Hida (火田 伊織, Hida Iori, Iori Hida in the Japanese version)
Voiced by: Megumi Urawa (Japanese); Philece Sampler (English)
Cody is the youngest member of the new DigiDestined living with his paternal grandfather and kendo master, who serves as a father figure in place of his 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. He holds the Digi-Egg of Knowledge (知識のデジメンタル, Chishiki no dejimentaru) and the Digi-Egg of Reliability (誠実のデジメンタル, Seijitsu no dejimentaru).
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.
Ken Ichijoji (一乗寺 賢, Ichijōji Ken)
Voiced by: Romi Park (Japanese); Derek Stephen Prince (English)
Ken is the Digimon Emperor (デジモンカイザー, Dejimon Kaizā, Digimon Kaiser) and a 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 spore's influence. 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 returns to his normal appearance after realizing 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 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 assisting him as Stingmon.
In Digimon Adventure tri., Ken was captured by Alphamon alongside Davis, Yolie, and Cody before they are eventually rescued by Tai. During that time, Dark Gennai posed as an older version of Ken's Digimon Emperor form during his initial attacks.

Partner Digimon[edit]

Agumon
Agumon (アグモン)
Voiced by: Chika Sakamoto[10] (Japanese); Michael Lindsay/Tom Fahn[71] (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), Peggy O'Neal (Botamon - Adventure Movie), Michael Sorich (Agumon - Adventure Movie), Bob Papenbrook (Greymon - Adventure Movie) (English)
Agumon is a brave dinosaur Digimon and Tai's partner. He is simple-minded, but he always believes Tai has the best interests for the team and trusts him as a friend. He has the ability to digivolve into dinosaur-type forms with flame-based attacks.
Aside from normal digivolutions, Agumon also has corrupted digivolutions, brought on from being forced to digivolve against his will, such as SkullGreymon (スカルグレイモン, Sukarugureimon) and MetalGreymon (Virus) (メタルグレイモン (ウィルス種), Metarugureimon (Wirusu Shu)) during his captivity with the Digimon Emperor.
During the Destiny Stone Arc, Agumon attempts to teach BlackWarGreymon about friendship. When BlackWarGreymon arrives in the Real World to confront and destroy Yukio Oikawa, Agumon warp digivolves into WarGreymon to stop him. In the series' epilogue, Agumon and Tai become diplomats for their respective worlds.
Name Level Signature Attack
Botamon (ボタモン) Baby
Koromon (コロモン)[72] In-Training Bubble Blow
Agumon[73] Rookie Pepper Breath
Greymon (グレイモン, Gureimon)[74] Champion Nova Blast
MetalGreymon (メタルグレイモン, Metarugureimon)[75]
(with the Crest of Courage)
Ultimate Giga Blaster
WarGreymon (ウォーグレイモン, Wōgureimon)[76] Mega Terra Force
Omnimon (オメガモン, Omegamon)
(WarGreymon with MetalGarurumon)
Mega Transcendent Sword, Supreme Cannon
Omnimon Merciful Mode (オメガモン マーシフルモード, Omegamon Māshifuru Mōdo)
(Omnimon with Phoenixmon, HerculesKabuterimon, Rosemon, Vikemon, Seraphimon and Magnadramon)
Mega Transcendent Sword, Supreme Cannon
Gabumon (ガブモン)
Voiced by: Mayumi Yamaguchi[10] (Japanese); Kirk Thornton (English)
Gabumon is a reptile Digimon wearing a wolf pelt and Matt's partner. He has the ability to digivolve into wolf-type forms with ice-based attacks. He is shy and very loyal to Matt. While Gabumon reasons with him whenever he falls too far, he still supports and trusts Matt with any decision he makes. In the series' epilogue, Gabumon and Matt become an astronaut team and make it all the way to Mars, even though their actual destination was the moon.
Name Level Signature Attack
Punimon (プニモン) Baby
Tsunomon (ツノモン)[77] In-Training Bubble Blow
Gabumon[78] Rookie Blue Blaster
Garurumon (ガルルモン)[79] Champion Howling Blaster
WereGarurumon (ワーガルルモン, Wāgarurumon)[80]
(with the Crest of Friendship)
Ultimate Wolf Claw
MetalGarurumon (メタルガルルモン, Metarugarurumon)
(with the Crest of Friendship)
Mega Metal Wolf Claw
Omnimon (オメガモン, Omegamon)
(WarGreymon with MetalGarurumon)
Mega Transcendent Sword, Supreme Cannon
Omnimon Merciful Mode (オメガモン マーシフルモード, Omegamon Māshifuru Mōdo)
(Omnimon with Phoenixmon, HerculesKabuterimon, Rosemon, Vikemon, Seraphimon and Magnadramon)
Mega Transcendent Sword, Supreme Cannon
Biyomon (ピヨモン, Piyomon, Piyomon in the Japanese version)
Voiced by: Atori Shigematsu[10] (Japanese); Tifanie Christun (TV), Cherami Leigh (tri.), Melodee Spevack (Birdramon, Garudamon) (English)
Biyomon is a bird Digimon and Sora's partner. She has the ability to digivolve into bird-type forms with flame-based attacks. She is expressive about her feelings and is affectionate towards Sora. She helps Sora open up to her mother and mends their relationship. In the series' epilogue, she and Sora become fashion designers.
Name Level Signature Attack
Nyokimon (ニョキモン) Baby
Yokomon (ピョコモン, Pyokomon, Pyocomon)[81] In-Training Bubble Blow
Biyomon[82][83] Rookie Spiral Twister
Birdramon (バードラモン, Bādoramon)[84] Champion Meteor Wing
Garudamon (ガルダモン)[85]
(with the Crest of Love)
Ultimate Wing Blade
Phoenixmon (ホウオウモン, Hōōmon)
(with the Crest of Love)
Mega Starlight Explosion
Tentomon (テントモン)
Voiced by: Takahiro Sakurai[10] (Japanese); Jeff Nimoy, R. Martin Klein (in "Invasion of the Daemon Corps," "BlackWarGreymon's Destiny," "A Million Points of Light"), Joshua Seth ("And so it begins," Motimon, Pabumon) (English)
Tentomon is a ladybug-like insect Digimon and Izzy's partner. He has the ability to digivolve into insect-type forms with electric-based attacks. He is highly intelligent, curious, and polite. Although he admires and is fascinated by Izzy's curiosity, he cannot understand it and is baffled by Izzy preferring his laptop over socializing with his friends. Tentomon occasionally becomes annoyed when Izzy becomes sidetracked by his curiosity.
Name Level Signature Attack
Pabumon (バブモン, Babumon, Bubbmon) Baby
Motimon (モチモン, Mochimon)[86] In-Training Bubble Blow
Tentomon[87] Rookie Super Shocker
Kabuterimon (カブテリモン)[88] Champion Electro Shocker
MegaKabuterimon (アトラーカブテリモン, Atorākabuterimon, AtlurKabuterimon)[89]
(with the Crest of Knowledge)
Ultimate Horn Blaster
HerculesKabuterimon (ヘラクルカブテリモン, Herakurukabuterimon, HerakleKabuterimon)
(with the Crest of Knowledge)
Mega Mega Electro Shocker
Palmon (パルモン, Parumon)
Voiced by: Kinoko Yamada[10] (Japanese); Anna Garduno (Palmon, Tanemon), Mari Devon (Togemon), Dorothy Elias-Fahn (Palmon in "A Million Points of Light," Lilymon, Rosemon) (English)
Palmon is a plant Digimon with reptilian features and Mimi's partner. She has the ability to digivolve into plant-type forms with plant-based attacks. She sees the good in Mimi and often tries to make her appreciate what she has. When Mimi first leaves the Digital World, Palmon is unable to say goodbye to her. In the series' epilogue, she and Mimi become celebrity chefs and have their own cooking show.
Name Level Signature Attack
Yuramon (ユラモン) Baby
Tanemon (タネモン)[90] In-Training Bubble Blow
Palmon[91] Rookie Poison Ivy
Togemon (トゲモン)[92] Champion Needle Spray
Lilymon (リリモン, Ririmon)[93]
(with the Crest of Sincerity)
Ultimate Flower Cannon
Rosemon (ロゼモン, Rozemon)
(with the Crest of Sincerity)
Mega Forbidden Temptation
Gomamon (ゴマモン)
Voiced by: Junko Takeuchi[10] (Japanese); R. Martin Klein, Michael Sorich (Zudomon, Vikemon) (English)
Gomamon is a seal-like Digimon and Joe's partner. He has the ability to digivolve into seal-type forms with water-based attacks. Gomamon has a laid-back and easygoing personality, where he often attempts to convince Joe to overcome his fears and socialize instead of studying.
Name Level Signature Attack
Pichimon (ピチモン, Pitchmon) Baby
Bukamon (プカモン, Pukamon)[94] In-Training Bubble Blow
Gomamon[95] Rookie Marching Fishes
Ikkakumon (イッカクモン)[96] Champion Harpoon Torpedo
Zudomon (ズドモン)[97]
(with the Crest of Reliability)
Ultimate Vulcan's Hammer
Vikemon (ヴァイクモン, Vaikumon)
(with the Crest of Reliability)
Mega Artic Blizzard
Patamon (パタモン)
Voiced by: Miwa Matsumoto[10] (Japanese); Laura Summer, Bridget Hoffman (in "Revenge of Diaboromon"), Dave Mallow (Angemon, MagnaAngemon & Seraphimon), Jamieson Price (Angemon, MagnaAngemon & Seraphimon in "tri. Confession through Future") (English)
Patamon is a pudgy guinea pig Digimon with bat wing ears and T.K.'s partner. Due to T.K.'s young age in Adventure, initially he is the last to digivolve into higher forms. In Adventure, he sacrifices himself to defeat Devimon, recomposing into a Digi-Egg afterwards. Because of this, T.K. is sometimes reluctant to let him fight.
Patamon has the ability to digivolve into angelic-type forms with light-based attacks. Additional forms not seen in the show include Manbomon (マンボモン), where Patamon uses the Digi-Egg of Light to armor digivolve into in the drama CD Michi he no Armor Shinka.
Name Level Signature Attack
Poyomon (ポヨモン) Baby
Tokomon (トコモン)[98] In-Training Bubble Blow
Patamon[99] Rookie Boom Bubble
Angemon (エンジェモン, Enjemon)[100] Champion Hand of Fate
MagnaAngemon (ホーリーエンジェモン, HōrīEnjemon, HolyAngemon)[101]
(with the Crest of Hope)
Ultimate Gate of Destiny
Pegasusmon (ペガスモン, Pegasumon, Pegasmon)
(with the Digi-Egg of Hope)
Armor Star Shower, Equus Beam
Shakkoumon (シャッコウモン, Shakkōmon)
(Angemon with Ankylomon)
Ultimate Justice Beam, Kachina Bomb
Seraphimon (セラフィモン, Serafimon)
(with the Crest of Hope)
Mega Strike of the Seven Stars
Gatomon (テイルモン, Teirumon, Tailmon in the Japanese version)
Voiced by: Yuka Tokumitsu[10] (Japanese); Edie Mirman (TV), Kate Higgins (tri.) (English)
Gatomon is an exalted beast Digimon in the form of a bipedal cat and Kari's partner. She wears a special ring on her tail that gives her extra strength and prevents dark energy from spreading. Unlike the others, she is a Champion-level Digimon and displays a more mature behavior due to her complicated past. While escaping the Dark Masters, Gennai accidentally dropped her Digi-Egg, causing her to grow up alone. When she meets Myotismon, she is forced to be his underling, with Wizardmon as her only companion. Upon meeting Kari in the Real World, Wizardmon helps Gatomon realize that she may be her partner Digimon, causing her to defect from Myotismon. In Digimon Adventure 02, Gatomon loses her ring after being attacked by a Dark Ring-controlled Unimon, but retrieves it from Gennai at the end of the series.
Gatomon has the ability to digivolve into angelic-type forms with light-based attacks. Additional forms not seen in the show include Butterflymon (バタフラモン, Batafuramon, Butterflamon), where Gatomon uses the Digi-Egg of Knowledge to armor digivolve into in the drama CD Michi he no Armor Shinka.
Aside from normal digivolutions, Gatomon also has corrupted digivolutions. When Kari believes Tai had died in Coexistence, her overwhelmingly negative emotions force Nyaromon to warp digivolve into 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) before being absorbed by Raguelmon as the latter digivolves into Ordinemon (オルディネモン, Orudinemon). But Gatomon was extracted from Ordinemon before joining the other DigiDestined Digimon in destroying her.
In a chat room hosted by YTV with the English dub producer, Terri-Lei O'Malley mentioned that Salamon was named after her pet cat.[102]
Name Level Signature Attack
YukimiBotamon (ユキミボタモン) Baby
Nyaromon (ニャロモン)[103] In-Training Bubbles
Salamon (プロットモン, Purottomon, Plotmon)[104] Rookie Puppy Howling
Gatomon[105] Champion Lightning Paw
Angewomon (エンジェウーモン, Enjeūmon)[106]
(with the Crest of Light)
Ultimate Celestial Arrow
Nefertimon (ネフェルティモン, Neferutimon)
(with the Digi-Egg of Light)
Armor Rosetta Stone, Cat's Eye Beam
Silphymon (シルフィーモン, Shirufīmon)
(Gatomon with Aquilamon)
Ultimate Static Force
Magnadramon (ホーリードラモン, Hōrīdoramon, Holydramon)
(with the Crest of Light)
Mega Fire Tornado

02 Partner Digimon[edit]

Veemon (ブイモン, Buimon, V-mon in the Japanese version)
Voiced by: Junko Noda (Japanese); Derek Stephen Prince, Steven Blum (Flamedramon, Raidramon, Magnamon), Dina Sherman (Chibimon) (English)
Veemon is a blue dragon-like Digimon and Davis' partner. Veemon can use the Digi-Eggs of Courage, Friendship, and Miracles to armor digivolve, but he eventually learns to digivolve naturally into dragon-type forms. Additional forms not seen in the show include Sagittarimon (サジタリモン, Sajitarimon), where Veemon uses the Digi-Egg of Hope to armor digivolve into in the drama CD Michi he no Armor Shinka.
Name Level Signature Attack
Chibimon (チコモン, Chikomon, Chicomon) Baby
DemiVeemon (チビモン, Chibimon) In-Training
Veemon Rookie V Headbutt
Flamedramon (フレイドラモン, Fureidoramon, Fladramon)
(with the Digi-Egg of Courage)
Armor Fire Rocket
Raidramon (ライドラモン, Raidoramon, Lighdramon)
(with the Digi-Egg of Friendship)
Armor Thunder Blast
Magnamon (マグナモン, Magunamon)
(with the Digi-Egg of Miracles)
Armor Magna Blast
ExVeemon (エクスブイモン, Ekusubuimon, XV-mon) Champion XV Laser
Paildramon (パイルドラモン, Pairudoramon)
(ExVeemon with Stingmon)
Ultimate Desperado Blaster
Imperialdramon: Dragon Mode (インペリアルドラモン:ドラゴンモード, Inperiarudoramon: Doragon Mōdo)
(Mega form of Paildramon)
Mega Positron Laser
Imperialdramon: Fighter Mode (インペリアルドラモン:ファイターモード, Inperiarudoramon: Faitā Mōdo): Giga Crusher
Imperialdramon: Paladin Mode (インペリアルドラモン:パラディンモード, Inperiarudoramon Paradin Mōdo) Omni Sword
Hawkmon (ホークモン, Hōkumon)
Voiced by: Kōichi Tōchika (Japanese); Neil Kaplan, Steven Blum (Pururumon, Poromon) (English)
Hawkmon is a hawk-like Digimon and Yolei's partner. Compared to Yolei, he is down-to-earth and helps her stay grounded. Hawkmon can use the Digi-Eggs of Love and Sincerity to armor digivolve, but he eventually learns to digivolve naturally into hawk-type forms. Additional forms not seen in the show include Rinkmon (リンクモン, Rinkumon), where Hawkmon uses the Digi-Egg of Friendship to armor digivolve into in the drama CD Michi he no Armor Shinka. In the video game Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer, he can also digivolve into Valkyrimon (ヴァルキリモン, Varukirimon).
Name Level Signature Attack
Pururumon (プルルモン) Baby
Poromon (チビモン) In-Training
Hawkmon Rookie Feather Strike
Halsemon (ホルスモン, Horusumon, Horusmon)
(with the Digi-Egg of Love)
Armor Tempest Wing
Shurimon (シュリモン)
(with the Digi-Egg of Sincerity)
Armor Ninja Star
Aquilamon (アクィラモン, Akuiramon) Champion Grand Horn
Silphymon (シルフィーモン, Shirufīmon)
(Aquilamon with Gatomon)
Ultimate Static Force
Armadillomon (アルマジモン, Arumajimon, Armadimon in the Japanese version)
Voiced by: Megumi Urawa (Japanese); Robert Axelrod, Dave Mallow (Tsubumon, Upamon), Tom Fahn (Digmon, Submarimon) (English)
Armadillomon is an armadillo-like Digimon and Cody's partner. He has a laid-back personality and speaks with a Nagoya dialect, usually ending his sentences with "da gya." In the English dub, he speaks with a Southern United States accent. His easygoing nature is a sharp contrast to Cody's serious personality. Armadillomon can use the Digi-Eggs of Knowledge and Relaibility to armor digivolve, but he eventually learns to digivolve naturally into Ankylomon. Additional forms not seen in the show include Pteramon (プテラノモン, Puteranomon, Pteranomon), where Armadillomon uses the Digi-Egg of Love to armor digivolve into in the drama CD Michi he no Armor Shinka. In the video game Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer, he can also digivolve into Vikemon (ヴァイクモン, Vaikumon).
Name Level Signature Attack
Tsubumon (ツブモン) Baby
Upamon (ウパモン) In-Training
Armadillomon Rookie Diamond Shell
Digmon (ディグモン, Digumon)
(with the Digi-Egg of Knowledge)
Armor Gold Rush
Submarimon (サブマリモン, Sabumarimon)
(with the Digi-Egg of Reliability)
Armor Oxygen Torpedo
Ankylomon (アンキロモン, Ankiromon) Champion Tail Hammer
Shakkoumon (シャッコウモン, Shakkōmon)
(Ankylomon with Angemon)
Ultimate Justice Beam, Kachina Bomb
Wormmon (ワームモン, Wāmumon)
Voiced by: Naozumi Takahashi (Japanese); Paul St. Peter, Wendee Lee (Leafmon, Minomon) (English)
Wormmon is a caterpillar Digimon and Ken's partner. He possesses the ability to crawl and generates silk from his mouth. When Ken becomes the Digimon Emperor, Wormmon stays by his side hoping that he will return to his normal self. Realizing Ken has lost sight of himself, Wormmon sacrifices himself to allow Magnamon to destroy Kimeramon. He is later reincarnated at Primary Village and meets a reformed Ken. Additional forms not seen in the show include Bucchiemon (プッチーモン, Putchīmon, Pucchiemon), where Wormmon uses the Digi-Egg of Kindness to armor digivolve into in the drama CD Michi he no Armor Shinka. In the video games Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer and Digital Card Battle, he can also digivolve into Dinobeemon (ディノビーモン, Dinobeemon) and GranKuwagamon (グランクワガーモン, Gurankuwagamon).
Name Level Signature Attack
Leafmon (リーフモン, Rīfumon) Baby
Minomon (ミノモン) In-Training
Wormmon Rookie Sticky Net
Stingmon (スティングモン, Sutingumon) Champion Spiker Strike
Paildramon (パイルドラモン, Pairudoramon)
(Stingmon with ExVeemon)
Ultimate Desperado Blaster
Imperialdramon: Dragon Mode (インペリアルドラモン:ドラゴンモード, Inperiarudoramon: Doragon Mōdo)
(Mega form of Paildramon)
Mega Positron Laser
Imperialdramon: Fighter Mode (インペリアルドラモン:ファイターモード, Inperiarudoramon: Faitā Mōdo): Giga Crusher
Imperialdramon: Paladin Mode (インペリアルドラモン:パラディンモード, Inperiarudoramon Paradin Mōdo) Omni Sword

tri characters[edit]

Meiko Mochizuki (望月 芽心, Mochidzuki Meiko)
Voiced by: Miho Arakawa (Japanese); Cristina Vee (English)
Meiko is a DigiDestined from Tottori, who transfers to Tsukishima High School. She has a shy and kind demeanor. Meiko's presence keeps Meicoomon's feral behavior in check.
Meicoomon (メイクーモン, Meikūmon)
Voiced by: Yukiko Morishita (Japanese); Kate Higgins (English)
Meicoomon is a Champion-level Maine Coon cat Digimon and Meiko's partner, known by the codename "Libra." Meicoomon contains a shard of Apocalymon's data within her body, which causes the infection in the Digital World. This forces Homeostasis and Hackmon to deem Meicoomon a threat while King Drasil and Dark Gennai see her as a means to destroy humanity. Being separated from Meiko for long periods of time causes her to go feral.
In Determination, Meicoomon digivolves into her Ultimate form, Meicrackmon Vicious Mode (メイクラックモンヴィシャスモード, Meikurakkumon Vishasu Mōdo) and kills Leomon. Despite the reboot, Meicoomon retains her memories of Meiko when Dark Gennai causes her to relapse. In Coexistence, she digivolves into her Mega form, Raguelmon (ラグエルモン, Raguerumon). She absorbs Gatomon (as Ophanimon Falldown Mode), while swallowing the Real World into the Digital World as Ordinemon (オルディネモン, Orudinemon). Omnimon destroys Ordinemon.

Recurring characters[edit]

Digital World[edit]

Gennai (ゲンナイ, Gennai)
Young Voiced by: Hiroaki Hirata (Japanese); Jeff Nimoy, Steven Blum ("A Million Points of Light") (English)
Old Voiced by: Joji Yanami (Japanese); Mike Reynolds (English)
Gennai is a data-based human and a guide of the DigiDestined. Four years ago, Gennai protected all eight Digi-Eggs from Piedmon and sends them to File Island, though he accidentally loses Gatomon's egg in the process. As an elder, he assigns them to retrieve all lost crests and tags at the Server Continent. After Tai and his friends destroy Apocalymon, Gennai sends the children home, suggesting that they leave their partners at the Digital World.
In Digimon Adventure 02, Gennai uses the DigiCore given from Azulongmon and regains his youthful appearance. When Digimon begin appearing around the world, he helps the DigDestined remove all evidence with his clones Benjamin (ベンジャミン, Benjamin) (America), Jackie (ジャッキー, Jakkī) (China), Hogan (ユーカリ, Yūkari, Eucaly in the Japanese version) (Australia), José (ホセ, Hose) (Mexico), and Ilya (イリア, Iria) (Russia).
In Digimon Adventure tri., a dark-clothed Gennai clone who believes humans would eventually enslave the Digimon, aided King Drasil in his scheme of using Meicoomon to destroy humanity. Dark Gennai initially posed as Ken in his Digimon Emperor attire while searching for Meicoomon. The real Gennai was found in a stasis pod alongside Davis, Yolei, Cody and Ken, before being rescued by Tai.
Homeostasis (ホメオスタシス, Homeosutashisu)
Homeostasis is a digital lifeform and one of the host computers that run the Digital World. First appearing in Adventure, she possessed Kari to show her the history of the Digital World.
In the Digimon Adventure tri films, Homeostasis is the one who had the Digimon of the original DigiDestined digivolved to the Harmonious Ones during a losing battle against the Dark Masters. Homeostasis forces King Drasil to shut down after Ordinemon's defeat.
Meramon (メラモン)
Voiced by: Hidetoshi Nakamura (Japanese); Peter Spellos (English)
A Champion-level fire spirit Digimon and a neighbor of Yokomon living in Mount Miharashi on File Island. He is possessed by a Black Gear, but Birdramon destroys it.
Andromon (アンドロモン, Andoromon)
Voiced by: Kiyoyuki Yanada (Japanese); Michael Sorich (English)
An Ultimate-level 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.
Leomon (レオモン, Reomon)
Voiced by: Hiroaki Hirata (Japanese); Paul St. Peter (English)
A Champion-level 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 eventually gains the ability to warp-digivolve into 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 his infection.
Ogremon (オーガモン, Ōgamon)
Voiced by: Hisao Egawa (Japanese); Beau Billingslea (English)
Leomon's rival and a Champion-level ogre 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 Champion-level one-eyed centaur Digimon in a helmet with pipes on it's humanoid back, living in an ancient temple on File Island and knowledgeable of the history of the Digivices. After Izzy and Mimi destroy the Black Gear on him, Centarumon shares his knowledge.
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 Champion-level whale Digimon and a friend to the DigiDestined, transporting them to the Server Continent 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 they are 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)
Piximon is an Ultimate-level famous trainer in the Digital World. 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)
Wizardmon is 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 Fuji TV Station, telling the DigiDestined a 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)
Azulongmon, a Mega-level, is one of the four Digimon Sovereigns and is the ruling guardian of Digital World's Eastern Hemisphere (based on Seiryuu). In Digimon Adventure 02, the Sovereigns were revealed to have been sealed away by the Dark Masters during the events for the first series with the DigiDestined sacrificing their Crest powers. During BlackWarGreymon's assault on the Destiny Stones, Azulongmon was freed by the DigiDestined and defeated BlackWarGreymon. He loaned the DigiDestined two of his DigiCores, allowing the DigiDestined to digivolve to their past Champion forms. In Digimon Adventure tri., Azulongmon and the Sovereigns were originally the partner Digimon of the first DigiDestined.
Hackmon (ハックモン, Hakkumon, Huckmon)
Voiced by: Shunsuke Takeuchi (Japanese); Aaron LaPlante (English)
A mysterious Rookie-level Digimon and a messenger of Homeostasis observing evidence at both worlds. He warp-digivolves into Jesmon (ジエスモン, Jiesumon) and helps the DigiDestined destroy Ordinemon.

International DigiDestined[edit]

Willis (ウォレス, Woresu, Wallace in the Japanese version)
Voiced by: Nami Miyahara (Japanese); Bob Glouberman (English)
Terriermon: Voiced by: Aoi Tada (Japanese); Mona Marshall, Michael Sorich (Gargomon), Lex Lang (Rapidmon) (English)
Willis is an American DigiDestined living in New York City, appearing in Digimon Hurricane Touchdown/Supreme Evolution! The Golden Digimentals and in the CD drama, Natsu e no Tobira. Willis is a Denver resident who owns twin partner Digimon: Terriermon and Kokomon. When Kokomon gets infected by a virus, he digivolves into Wendigomon. However, Davis and his friends save Kokomon from being infected.
Michael (マイケル, Maikeru)
Voiced by: Konami Yoshida (Japanese); Tom Gibis (English)
Michael is a DigiDestined residing in New York and a friend of Mimi's. In 1999, Michael witnessed Gorillamon climbing the Empire State Building, leading him to become a DigiDestined and partner with Betamon. When Digimon started appearing around the world, Michael helped Davis and Mimi round up the ones in New York and battle a berserk Cherrymon.

Incorporate Administrative Agency[edit]

Daigo Nishijima (西島 大吾, Nishijima Daigo)
Voiced by: Daisuke Namikawa (Japanese); Doug Erholtz (English)
Daigo is Tai's substitute teacher and a government agent from the Incorporate Administrative Agency. He is described as warm, friendly, compassionate, and light-hearted. Loss revealed that Daigo was the leader of the original DigiDestined predating Tai's group, partnered with Azulongmon. After falling off a canyon cliff and waking up in an underground facility, a mortally wounded Daigo dies in an explosion after sending Tai, Davis, Yolei, Cody and Ken back to the Real World.
Maki Himekawa (姫川 マキ, Himekawa Maki)
Voiced by: Yuko Kaida (Japanese); Cherami Leigh (English)
Maki is Daigo's ex-girlfriend and a government agent from the Incorporate Administrative Agency. She hides crucial information concerning Meicoomon's power and the location of the missing DigiDestined. Loss revealed that Maki was one of the DigiDestined predating Tai's group, serving as Homeostasis' medium like Kari. She became disillusioned over her partner Tapirmon needing to sacrifice himself for the Digital World. This influenced Maki to ally herself with Dark Gennai to revive Tapirmon through the Digital World's reboot, only to suffer a mental breakdown over Tapirmon not remembering her. She is last seen descending into the Dark Ocean.

Antagonists[edit]

Adventure antagonists[edit]

Devimon (デビモン, Debimon)
Voiced by: Kaneto Shiozawa (Japanese); Tom Wyner (English)
Devimon is a Champion-level devil Digimon with long arms and bat wings. He can enslave other Digimon with his "Touch of Evil" claw attack and by embedding them with Black Gears. They are used to control each part of File Island. Devimon lives on top of Infinity Mountain, using Orgemon and a Black Gear-infected Leomon as his enforcers in an initial attempt to kill the Digidestined, before using the gears to fracture File Island to separate the DigiDestined from each other. After the children regroup, Devimon absorbs most of the Black Gears into his body to increase his size, only to be destroyed by Angemon. In Digimon Adventure 02, Ken finds Devimon's remains and uses his data to complete Kimeramon.
Etemon
Etemon (エテモン)
Voiced by: Yasunori Masutani (Japanese); Richard Epcar (English)
Etemon is an Ultimate-level puppet monkey Digimon with sunglasses. He is egotistical, charismatic, and often abusive to his subordinates. He rules over a portion of the Server Continent using a power source known as the Dark Network, which he uses to keep tabs on the DigiDestined and prevent their partner Digimon from Digivolving. Etemon is served by his Gazimon henchmen, a Kokatorimon, an army of Monochromon, and Tyrannomon. After the DigiDestined infiltrate Etemon's pyramid base, Etemon and his rival Datamon, fall into the network causing them to fuse into Etemon Chaos (エテモンカオス, Etemon Kaosu). When he is defeated by MetalGreymon, he causes a vortex that sends Tai back to the Real World. Etemon later returns as a Mega-level cyborg Digimon named MetalEtemon (メタルエテモン, Metaru Etemon). He is defeated by Zudomon and SaberLeomon. In the English version, Etemon's voice and mannerisms are reminiscent of Elvis Presley.
Myotismon (ヴァンデモン, Vandemon, Vamdemon)
Voiced by: Ryūzaburō Ōtomo, Toshiyuki Morikawa (02) (Japanese); Richard Epcar (English)
Myotismon is an Ultimate-level vampire Digimon. In Digimon Adventure, he establishes an army of Digimon and sets out to find and kill the eighth DigiDestined. After discovering that Kari is a DigiDestined and Gatomon is her partner, he captures them both, but he is later destroyed by Angewomon. He returns in his Mega form, VenomMyotismon (ヴェノムヴァンデモン, VenomuVandemon, VenomVamdemon), but he is destroyed by WarGreymon and MetalGarurumon after Tai and Matt achieve Mega digivolution. However, his soul survives and he possesses Yukio Oikawa, after tricking him with the promise of entering the Digital World.
Throughout several years of directing Oikawa into executing his plan to ensure his return to power, Myotismon reveals himself in the World of Dreams. 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, he attempts to trap the new DigiDestined in illusions, but Davis breaks free. Myotismon battles the DigiDestined in the Digital World, but Imperialdramon and everyone from the Real World, defeat him for good.
DemiDevimon
DemiDevimon (ピコデビモン, Pikodebimon, PicoDevimon)
Voiced by: Kōki Miyata (Japanese); Derek Stephen Prince (English)
DemiDevimon is a Rookie-level blue bat Digimon and Myotismon's servant. He tricks the DigiDestined into amnesia to prevent the power of their crests from activating. DemiDevimon escapes Myotismon's initial defeat, but oversees the prophecy that leads to his resurrection as VenomMyotismon, who then devours DemiDevimon.
Apocalymon (アポカリモン, Apokarimon)
Voiced by: Chikao Ōtsuka (Japanese); Paul St. Peter (English)
Apocalymon is a Mega-level demonic Digimon attached to a large structure from the waist down. He is the first season's final antagonist, responsible for the chaos in the Digital World. He was born within a void from the data of Digimon who died because they were unable to digivolve and adapt, becoming consumed by their collective sadness and rage as he grew to bitterly hate the Digital World itself. In the Japanese version, he refers to itself as "we."
Besides his ability to regenerate, Apocalymon can use his structure's claw-like attachment to replicate the attacks of other Digimon while using his "reverse digivolve" to revert the DigiDestined's Digimon to their default forms. After replicating Devimon's Dark Claw to take the Digidestined's Crests and destroy them, Apocalymon turns the DigiDestined and their Digimon into data. However, the DigiDestined use the power of their Crests within their hearts to restore and heavily damage Apocalymon. He attempts to destroy everything with his final attack Total Annihilation, only for the power of the Digivices to confine the resulting explosion.
In Digimon Adventure tri., it is revealed that a shard of Apocalymon's data survived and became the core of Meicoomon, whom King Drasil and Dark Gennai exploit in their plan to destroy humanity. The plan failed with Meicoomon's demise, but Dark Gennai recovers the shard and decides to ally himself with Daemon or Diaboromon.

Dark Masters[edit]

The Dark Masters are a group consisting of four Mega-level Digimon. In Digimon Adventure tri., the Dark Masters are revealed to have made a previous attempt to kill the first DigiDestined but are defeated after Tapirmon sacrificed himself so his fellow Digimon can digivolve into the Digimon Sovereigns. In 1999, the Dark Masters take advantage of the DigiDestined's absence by sealing away the Sovereigns and converting the Digital World into Spiral Mountain which is divided into four territories. As the DigiDestined learn, each Dark Master's defeat causes their domain to dissolve and be restored to its original form.

MetalSeadramon (メタルシードラモン, MetaruShidoramon)
Voiced by: Yuuto Kazama (Japanese); Doug Erholtz (English)
MetalSeadramon rules over the Net Ocean, appearing as a large sea dragon covered in golden armor. He is served by Scorpiomon and a group of Divermon. Extremely stubborn, temperamental, and fierce, he attempts to destroy the DigiDestined. MetalSeadramon is eventually defeated by WarGreymon as his domain disappears. In Digimon Adventure tri.: Loss, a rebooted MetalSeadramon is defeated by WarGreymon and MetalGarurumon.
Puppetmon (ピノッキモン, Pinokimon)
Voiced by: Etsuko Kozakura (Japanese); David Lodge (English)
Puppetmon is a forest puppet inspired by Pinocchio. He infantile, immature, and playful but with a rotten temper. He treats his minions Kiwimon, Blossomon, Mushroomon, Floramon, Deramon, Cherrymon, and a group of RedVegiemon as disposable playthings. He lives in 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 the Bullet Hammer mallet, which uses energy blasts. When the DigiDestined enter his domain, Puppetmon abducts T.K. and escapes. Later, when Tai's group fights Puppetmon, he tries to escape, but is killed by MetalGarurumon.
Machinedramon (ムゲンドラモン, Mugendramon)
Voiced by: Hisao Egawa (Japanese); Dave Guerrie (English)
Machinedramon is a robotic dinosaur armed with two large cannons. He has an emotionless, cold, and calculating mind. 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, and Gigadramon as well as 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. He destroys an army of Numemon previously enslaved by his minion WaruMonzaemon, before being defeated by WarGreymon. In Digimon Adventure tri.: Loss, a rebooted 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 and forth of the Dark Masters, Piedmon is a Majin-type Digimon dressed as a colourful pierrot. He 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 prior to the events of the first series, Piedmon led an army of Gardromon and Mekanorimon in attacking the Agents' base. He stole all the crests and tags but Gennai protected the Digi-Eggs. Piedmon lives on top of Spiral Mountain in a large observatory-funhouse building in a rocky wasteland. Also, he is served by LadyDevimon and an army of Vilemon. However, he is defeated by WarGreymon and MetalGarurumon who send him flying into MagnaAngemon's Gate of Destiny.

02 antagonists[edit]

Kimeramon (キメラモン)
Voiced by: Tom Wyner
Kimeramon is a chimera Digimon created by the Digimon Emperor to be his ideal partner Digimon in taking over the Digital World. 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. However, Devimon's data makes him uncontrollable. When Davis uses the Digi-Egg of Miracles, Magnamon uses Wormmon's power to destroy Kimeramon.
Arukenimon (アルケニモン, Arachnemon)
Voiced by: Wakana Yamazaki (Japanese); Mari Devon (English)
Arukenimon is a drider-like Digimon who is cunning, intelligent, and tempermental. After secretly overseeing Ken's actions as the Digimon Emperor, she appears before the DigiDestined in her human form and uses her "Spirit Needle" hair to transform Control Spires into enemy Digimon. In the end, Arukenimon is killed by MaloMyotismon.
Mummymon (マミーモン, Mamīmon)
Voiced by: Toshiyuki Morikawa (Japanese); Kirk Thornton (English)
Mummymon is a mummy Digimon. Created by Oikawa, he wears a hat, royal blue coat, and wields a cane. Alongside Arukenimon, he serves Oikawa. However, he is killed by MaloMyotismon when he tries to avenge Arukenimon.
BlackWarGreymon (ブラックウォーグレイモン, Burakkuwogureimon)
Voiced by: Nobuyuki Hiyama (Japanese); Steven Blum (English)
BlackWarGreymon is an artificial black Digimon clone of WarGreymon, created by Arukenimon from a hundred Control Spires. He becomes self-aware and undergoes an existential crisis. He tries to find purpose by battling Azulongmon and destroys six of the seven the Destiny Stones to face him. When Azulongmon appears with the DigiDestined's help and defeats him, BlackWarGreymon is reprimanded for endangering their realities. He later confronts Oikawa for disrupting the balance of both the Real and Digital worlds. After being fatally wounded by a Myotismon-possessed Oikawa, BlackWarGreymon sacrifices himself to become a seal to the Highton View Terrace gate to prevent Myotismon from entering the Digital World.
Yukio Oikawa (及川 悠紀夫, Oikawa Yukio)
Voiced by: Toshiyuki Morikawa (Japanese); Jamieson Price (English)
Oikawa is a human aware of the Digimon's existence. As a child, he and Cody Hida's father, Hiroki, promised to visit the Digital World together. After Hiroki's death, Oikawa makes a deal with Myotismon to enter the Digital World, leading him to becoming possessed. Under Myotismon's influence, Oikawa creates Arukenimon and Mummymon. They then abduct children to absorb power from the Dark Spores implanted in them. When Oikawa tries to enter the Digital World, he instead enters the World of Dreams and is mortally wounded by MaloMyotismon. After the DigiDestined permanently defeat MaloMyotismon, Oikawa meets Datrinimon and uses the World of Dreams to convert himself into data-based butterflies, restoring the Digital World.
Daemon (デーモン, Demon)
Voiced by: Masami Kikuchi (Japanese); Bob Papenbrook (English)
Daemon is a wrathful demon lord Digimon whose robes conceal his true appearance. He is able to traverse between worlds. On December 26, 2002, Daemon appeared in Japan with his minions MarineDevimon, LadyDevimon and SkullSatamon to retrieve the Dark Spore within Ken. Ken uses his inner darkness to change the portal's location to the Dark Ocean, trapping Daemon there. In Digimon Adventure tri., Dark Gennai decides to ally himself with Daemon or Diaboromon after his plan with Drasil fails.

Movie-exclusive characters[edit]

Parrotmon (パロットモン)
Voiced by: unvoiced (Japanese); David Lodge (English)
Parrotmon is a large bird Digimon, who invaded Highton View Terrace in 1996. He is defeated by Greymon, but his presence led to higher powers in the Digital World to choose the eight DigiDestined. The battle in Highton View Terrace was erased from memory, although Kari could still remember Koromon.
Diaboromon (ディアボロモン)
Voiced by: unvoiced (Japanese); Paul St. Peter (English)
Diaboromon is a computer virus Digimon who first appears in Digimon Adventure: Children's War Game! (the second part of Digimon: The Movie). First appearing as a Digi-Egg, he invades the internet after hatching into Kuramon and wreaks havoc across Japan and America's electrical systems while Digivolving into his current state. He launches nuclear missiles to wipe out the DigiDestined. However, Omnimon destroys Diaboromon and his clones, causing the missiles to crash harmlessly into the water.
In Revenge of Diaboromon, he survives. He traps Omnimon, Angemon, and Angewomon, while sending millions of Kuramon into Tokyo to combine into Armageddomon to destroy it, but Imperialdramon Paladin Mode defeats Armageddomon. In Digimon Adventure tri., Dark Gennai decides to ally himself with Daemon or Diaboromon after his plan with Drasil fails.
Wendigomon (ウェンディモン, Wendimon)
Voiced by: Tomomichi Nishimura, Mamiko Noto (Kokomon) (Japanese); Paul St. Peter, Wendee Lee (Kokomon) (English)
Wendigomon is a beast Digimon who appears in Digimon Adventure 02: Digimon Hurricane Landing!! / Transcendent Evolution!! The Golden Digimentals! (the third part of Digimon: The Movie). Terriermon's twin, the trainee-level Kokomon was Willis' other partner Digimon who mysteriously disappeared. He resurfaced in his corrupted Champion-level state and abducted any DigiDestined with an original Digivice to his pocket dimension. Wendigomon's goal was to "go back" to how things were. Magnamon and Rapidmon defeat his corrupted state, and he resurrects as a Digi-Egg.

tri antagonists[edit]

Alphamon (アルファモン, Arufamon)
Alphamon is a black knight Digimon armed with the Holy Sword Gradalpha and the Ouryuken (王竜剣) broadsword. He is King Drasil's servant and defeats Davis, Yolei, Cody and Ken. Following his defeat by Omnimon, Alphamon helps Meicoomon fight against Jesmon and Omnimon.
King Drasil (イグドラシル, Yggdrasill in the Japanese version)
King Drasil is a host computer 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 corrupted Gennai clone as his servant. After the reboot of the Digital World, Hackmon delivers a message from Homeostasis to Daigo that Drasil will use Meicoomon to destroy humanity and absorb the Real World. However, the plan fails after Omnimon destroys Ordinemon and Drasil is shut down by Homeostasis.

Minor characters[edit]

Family[edit]

Susumu Kamiya (八神進, Yagami Susumu, Susumu Yagami in the Japanese version) and Yuko Kamiya (八神裕子, Yagami Yuko, Yuko Yagami in the Japanese version)
Susumu: Voiced by: Hiroya Ishimaru (original film), Susumu Chiba (Adventure), (Japanese); Doug Erholtz (English)
Yuko: Voiced by: Yoshiko Sakakibara (original film), Yuko Mizutani (Adventure & 02), Atori Shigematsu (tri.) (Japanese); Dorothy Elias-Fahn (English)
Susumu and Yuko are Tai and Kari's parents. They are named after their voice actors from the television, Susumu Chiba and Yuko Mizutani.
Hiroaki Ishida (石田裕明, Ishida Hiroaki)
Voiced by: Hiroaki Hirata (Japanese); David Greenlee (English)
Hiroaki is Matt and T.K.'s father. 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. He is named after his voice actor in the television series, Hiroaki Hirata.
Nancy Takaishi (高石 奈津子, Takaishi Natsuko, Natsuko Takaishi in the Japanese version)
Voiced by: Chika Sakamoto (Japanese); Barbara Goodson (English)
Nancy is Matt and T.K.'s mother and a newspaper reporter. In Digimon Adventure 02, she moved to Odaiba.
Haruhiko Takenouchi (武之内春彦)
Voiced by: Toshiyuki Morikawa (Japanese); R. Martin Klein (English)
Haruhiko is Sora's father and an anthropology professor at Kyoto University. He researches information on the Digital World.
Toshiko Takenouchi (武之内淑子, Takenouchi Toshiko)
Voiced by: Toshiko Fujita (Japanese); Elizabeth Rice (English)
Toshiko is Sora's mother, who urged Sora to do flower arranging instead after a soccer injury. This initially causes a rift between the two until Sora realizes her mother truly loves her. She is named after her voice actress in the television series, Toshiko Fujita.
Masami Izumi (泉政実, Izumi Masami) and Kae Izumi (泉佳江, Izumi Kae)
Masami: Voiced by: Masami Kikuchi (Japanese); Jeff Nimoy (English)
Kae: Voiced by: Kae Araki (Japanese); Mari Devon (English)
Masami and Kae are Izzy's adoptive parents. After Masami and Kae lose their son, they adopt Izzy after his real parents die in a car accident. When Izzy overhears them discussing this as a child, he feels distant from them until he understands that they truly consider him as their son. They are named after their voice actors in the television series, Masami Kikuchi and Kae Araki.
Jim Kido
Voiced by: Masami Kikuchi (Japanese); Doug Erholtz (English)
Jim is Joe's older brother. In the original version, Joe had two older brothers, but in the English version, both brothers were portrayed as a single character. Joe's first older brother, introduced in Digimon Adventure, is Shin Kido (城戸シン, Kido Shin), who helps him out during Myotismon's attack. In Digimon Adventure 02, Joe also had another older brother, Shu Kido (城戸シュウ, Kido Shū), who is the eldest in the family and is also a college student working with Sora's father, Haruhiko Takenouchi. In the drama CD Michi e no Armor Shinka, they go on a date with June and Yolei's older sisters and eventually get their own Digimon in the drama CD Digimon Adventure: Original Stories.
June Motomiya (本宮ジュン, Motomiya Jun, Jun Motomiya in the Japanese version)
Voiced by: Kazusa Murai (Japanese); Peggy O'Neal (English)
June is Davis' older sister and a fan of the Teenage Wolves. She has a one-sided crush on Matt, but stops pursuing him when she witnesses him saving Sora after Digimon crash the Teen-age Wolves' concert. Jun starts a relationship with Shu. She eventually gets her own Digimon in the drama CD Digimon Adventure: Original Stories.
Chikara Hida (火田主税, Hida Chikara)
Voiced by: Kousei Tomita (Japanese); Dan Lorge (English)
Chikara is 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.
Sam Ichijoji (一乗寺治, Ichijōji Osamu, Osamu Ichijoji in the Japanese version)
Voiced by: Romi Park (Japanese); Steve Staley (English)
Sam was Ken's older brother and a child prodigy who died in a car accident.
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 Meicoomon. The couple visit Odaiba, while helping the DigiDestined members destroy Meicoomon.

Minor Digimon[edit]

Digitamamon (デジタマモン)
Voiced by: Jin Horikawa (Japanese); Derek Stephen Prince (English)
Digitamamon is an Ultimate-level Digimon and the owner of a diner. In Digimon Adventure, he forces Joe and Gomamon into working at his diner to pay off the debt they owe him, only to be bribed by DemiDevimon into keeping them in the restaurant. In Digimon Adventure 02, Digitamamon falls victim to a Dark Spiral but is freed by Shurimon. He 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)
A Rookie-level tapir Digimon who works at the Chinese Restaurant in Digimon Adventure 02. Another Tapirmon appears in Digimon Adventure tri. as Maki's partner Digimon, able to digivolve into Megadramon (メガドラモン, Megadoramon). He sacrifices himself to help defeat the Dark Masters. After the reboot of the Digital World, a revived Tapirmon cannot remember Maki.
Numemon (ヌメモン)
Voiced by: Yūji Ueda, Hiroaki Hirata, Masami Kikuchi
A Champion-level slug-like mutant Digimon living in the sewers. They have difficulty adapting to sunlight. They chased the DigiDestined at File Island, but came 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 savior. Machinedramon then destroys the rebelling Nunemon.
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 amphibian Digimon that live in a castle, the Rookie-level Otamamon and Champion-level Gekomon serve Ultimate-level ShogunGekomon, who slumbered for three-hundred years after losing a singing contest. DemiDevimon tricks Mimi into becoming princess of the castle. 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 Otamamon and Gekomon, who tell them that their castle was destroyed due to a cataclysm. In Digimon Adventure 02, ShogunGekomon and the group rebuild their castle as a feudal Japanese village. When the Control Spiral appears, it possesses ShogunGekomon, Ninjamon, and others. However, the DigiDestined destroy the Control Spire and free them.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ A Digivice (デジヴァイス, Dejivaisu), based on Bandai's Digital Monster virtual pet toy,[1] is a digital device that the DigiDestined use to enter the Digital World and help their Digimon partners Digivolve.
  2. ^ Digivolution (進化, Shinka) is the process by which a Digimon evolves into a higher-leveled, more powerful form.[2][3][4]
  3. ^ a b The English version made an error where Matt says they're half-brothers.[18]
  4. ^ The English version made an error where Mimi says she has a baby brother when she has no siblings.[38]

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