Digimon Masters

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Box Art
Digimon Masters Box Art
Name Japan Digimon Masters
System PC
Release Date Korean (한국어) October 30, 2009
United States September 2011 (pre-closed beta)
Language Korean Japanese

Digimon Masters (디지몬 마스터즈, デジモンマスターズ Dejimon Masutāzu) is a video game.

Contents

Gameplay

Players control an avatar of one of the four main Tamers of Digimon Savers: Masaru Daimon, Tohma H. Norstein, Yoshino Fujieda, and Ikuto Noguchi. The avatar is not meant to represent the actual Tamer, and thus players are allowed to choose their own name and modify the appearance of the Avatar. After selecting a Tamer, players are then able to select a Partner Digimon. The Partner Digimon will be used in battle to accomplish NPC-given missions. The player may also hatch new Mercenary Digimon from Digitama dropped by enemy Digimon. Over the course of the game, Partner and Mercenary Digimon will evolve into stronger forms (some of which may require special items or quests to unlock) and learn new skills.

Characters

Players may choose from one of four player avatars, with some customization available.

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Daimon Masaru
Thoma H. Norstein
Fujieda Yoshino
Noguchi Ikuto

Partner Digimon

A Partner Digimon refers to one of the four digimon the Player is able to choose to begin their game with. They are only available at this point and their species cannot be acquired as Mercenary Digimon later. Unlike many Mercenary Digimon that the player can hatch later, all of your partner digimon's evolutionary stages are "unlocked", meaning that they do not require Evoluter items on top of the usual level requirements. There are many quests that pertain specifically to your partner digimon, such as the "Burst Mode" quests given by Bantyo Liomon.

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Agumon (2006 Anime Version)
Gaomon
Lalamon
Falcomon (2006 Anime Version)

Mercenary Digimon

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In addition to the player's Partner Digimon, the game allows the use of additional party digimon known as Mercenary Digimon who are acquired by hatching Digi-eggs. The player must hatch the Mercenary Digi-egg using an incubator along with the right type of DATA chips items. Mercenary Digi-eggs and data items can be acquired through game play after defeating enemy Digimon or purchased in the cash shop. The player can hatch the Mercenary Digimon after injecting DATA three times successfully: each time represents one stage of development. The player may inject additional DATA until the fourth or fifth stage. The higher the stage, the bigger the Digimon and subsequently the higher its stats. However, the Mercenary Digi-egg may break after one or several attempts past the third stage. The alternate way to hatch a Mercenary Digi-egg is to buy it from the cash shop. The Mercenary Digi-egg bought from the cash shop has a 100% rate of success for at least 3 bars.


Child Adult Perfect Ultimate Mode Change Jogress
Agumon Greymon Metal Greymon War Greymon Victory Greymon Omegamon
Arkadimon Arkadimon Adult Arkadimon Perfect Arkadimon Ultimate
Armadimon Ankylomon Shakkoumon Vikemon Shakkoumon
Betamon Seadramon Mega Seadramon Metal Seadramon Giga Seadramon
Bearmon Gryzmon Grappleomon Dino Tigemon Bantyo Liomon
Piyomon Birdramon Garudamon Hououmon Ornismon
Black Agumon Greymon (Black) Metal Greymon (Virus) Black War Greymon
Black Gabumon Black Garurumon Black Were Garurumon Black Metal Garurumon
Candlemon Wizardmon Mystimon Dynasmon
Commandramon Sealsdramon Tankdramon Darkdramon
Pico Devimon (Bakemon) Bakemon Pumpkinmon Boltmon
Pico Devimon (Devimon) Devimon Vamdemon Venom Vamdemon Belial Vamdemon
Pico Devimon (Soulmon) Soulmon Phantomon Piemon Chaos Piemon
Petit Meramon Meramon Death Meramon Boltmon
Revolmon Super Starmon Justimon Fuujinmon
Dobermon Cerberumon Anubimon
Dogmon Cerberumon Anubimon
Dokunemon Dokugumon Archnemon Parasimon
DORUmon (Death-X-DORUgamon) Death-X-DORUgamon Death-X-DORUguremon Death-X-DORUgoramon Death-X-mon
DORUmon (DORUgamo)n DORUgamon DORUguremon DORUgoramon
DORUmon (Raptordramon) Raptordramon Grademon Alphamon Alphamon Ouryūken
Dracumon Sangloupmon Matadormon Gran Dracmon
Dracomon: Coredramon (Blue) Coredramon (Blue) Wingdramon Slayerdramon Examon
Dracomon: Coredramon (Green) Coredramon (Green) Groundramon Breakdramon Examon
Drimogemon Digmon
Giromon HiAndromon Craniummon
Elecmon Leomon Panjyamon Saber Leomon Bantyo Liomon
Funbeemon Waspmon Cannon Beemon Tiger Vespamon
Gabumon Garurumon Were Garurumon Metal Garurumon Z'dGarurumon Omegamon
Gazimon Devidramon Mephismon Gulfmon
Goburimon Ogremon Etemon Metal Etemon King Etemon
Gomamon Ikkakumon Zudomon Vikemon
Gotsumon Icemon Insekimon Metal Etemon King Etemon
Guilmon Growmon Megalo Growmon Dukemon Dukemon Crimson Mode
Hagurumon (Guardromon) Guardromon Andromon Hi Andromon Craniummon
Hagurumon (Mechanorimon) Mechanorimon Megadramon Mugendramon Chaosdramon
Hawkmon Aquilamon Silphymon Hououmon Valdurmon
Impmon Ice Devimon Skull Satamon Beelzebumon Beelzebumon Blast Mode
Keramon Chrysalimon Infermon Diablomon Armagemon
Kiwimon Sinduramon
Kiwimon Blossomon Gryphomon
Kotemon (Gladimon) Gladimon Knightmon Lord Knightmon
Kotemon (Musyamon) Musyamon Asuramon Zanbamon
Kunemon Flymon Ookuwamon Gran Kuwagamon
Lopmon (Turuiemon) Turuiemon Andiramon (Data) Cherubimon (Virtue)
Lopmon (Wendimon) Wendimon Antylamon Cherubimon (Vice)
Lucemon Lucemon Falldown Mode
Monodramon Strikedramon Cyberdramon Justimon Fuujinmon
Mushmon Woodmon Algomon Algomon Ultimate
Palmon (Togemon) Togemon Lilimon Marine Angemon
Palmon (Woodmon) Woodmon Jyureimon Pinocchimon Ancient Troiamon
Patamon Angemon MagnaAngemon Seraphimon Black Seraphimon Shakkoumon
Renamon Kyuubimon Taomon Sakuyamon Kuzuhamon
Ryudamon Ginryumon Hisyaryumon Ouryumon Alphamon Ouryuken
Plotmon (Black Tailmon) Black Tailmon Lady Devimon Minervamon
Plotmon (Tailmon) Tailmon Angewomon Holydramon Ofanimon
Plotmon (Mikemon) Mikemon Bastemon Lilithmon
Qinglongmon Qinglongmon
Shamamon Hanumon Mammon Skull Mammon
Starmon Super Starmon Justimon Fuujinmon
Swimmon Tylomon Whamon Neptunemon
Tentomon Kabuterimon Atlur Kabuterimon Herakle Kabuterimon Tyrant Kabuterimon
Terriermon Galgomon Rapidmon Saint Galgomon Black Saint Galgomon
Tsukaimon Devimon Neo Devimon Demon Demon Beast Mode
V-mon XV-mon XV-mon Paildramon Imperialdramon Imperialdramon Fighter Mode
Imperialdramon Paladin Mode
V-mon V-dramon V-dramon Aero V-dramon Ulforce V-dramon
Wormmon Stingmon Jewel Beemon Grandis Kuwagamon
Zhuqiaomon Zhuqiaomon

Extra Mercenary Digimon

Extra Mercenary Digimon are mercenary that are only obtainable through Kamemon Core Shop or through Event.

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Pawnchessmon (White)
Pawnchessmon (Black)
Kamemon
Gizmon: AT
Tanemon
Kudamon (2006 Anime Version)

Evolution

All Digimon have an evolution tree. Normally, a digimon gain the ability to evolve to the next stage once they reach a certain level (11 for Adult, 25 for Perfect, 41 for Ultimate, 65 or 71 for Burst Mode/Mode Change). However, depending on how the Digimon hatched, some of the evolutionary forms may be "locked", so even if you reach the level requirements, you cannot evolve. These slots are unlocked by rare or expensive items known as Evoluters. The number of Evoluters required to unlock a particular digimon's evolution tree depends on the species. Evolution also consumes a portion of the Tamers' DigiSoul bar, the higher stages requiring more DigiSoul. When the Tamers' DigiSoul bar is depleted, the digimon returns to its lowest form.

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Evolutor
  • Adult - Unlock at level 11.
  • Perfect - Unlock at level 25, requires 3 Evoluter to Unlock the Perfect Stage.
  • Ultimate - Unlock at level 41, requires 6-8 Evoluter to Unlock the Ultimate Stage.
  • Burst Mode - Unlock at level 65. Requires Burst Mode Item to unlock.

Burst Mode

Once a Mercenary Digimon reached level 65, they can unlock their Burst Mode (level 71 for Partner) by using a specific item called "Burst Mode Items". Once you unlock your Burst Mode you will be needing 3 accelerator in order to evolve in to your Burst Mode Form and consumes more Tamer digisoul.

Burst Mode Digimon

Side Evolutions

Side Evolutions are an equivalent to the Partner Digimon's Burst Mode stage. They consume the same amount of DigiSoul as a regular evolution to Ultimate, and often require Accelerator items each time they are used. They are often referred to as "Side Mega".

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Cherubimon (Virtue)
King Etemon
Imperialdramon (Fighter Mode)
Ofanimon
Bantyo Liomon
Victory Greymon
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Z'd Garurumon

Side Mega Digimon

Jogress

Jogress Evolution allows you to make Jogress Digimon by combining two specific Digimon. Must be Tamer level 70 and must have completed some requirements before you can unlock the Quest.

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Omegamon

Jogress Digimon

Locations

Real World

  • DATS Center
  • D-Terminal
  • D-Terminal Dungeon B1
  • D-Terminal Dungeon B2
  • Yokohama Village
  • Small Forest Park
  • Small Forest Trail
  • Wood Bench Park
  • Wood Bench Trail
  • Yokohama East Village
  • Oil Refineries

Western Area

  • Western Village
  • Western Area Outskirts
  • Western Area East
  • Wilderness Area
  • Digimon Farm
  • Wind Valley
  • Ruined Historic
  • Western Area West
  • Dark Tower Wastelands
  • Digimon Maze Entrance
  • Digimon Maze B2
  • Digimon Maze B1
  • Digimon Maze F1
  • Digimon Maze F2
  • Digimon Maze F3
  • Digimon Maze F4

Glacier Area

  • Snowstorm Village
  • Frozen Grounds
  • Snowman Village
  • Distorted Data Village
  • Infinite Ice Wall

Beanstalk Village

Floramon Village

Geckomon Village

Mud Fridge Village

Kagimon Village

Steel Area

File Island

Image Gallery

See the Gallery.


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