|Megiddo Flame||||メギドフレイム||Megido Fureimu||Megid Flame||Breathes flame that burns foes to ashes.|
|Hell Howling||||ヘル・ハウリング||Heru Hauringu||Dragon Howling||Releases a powerful shock wave from howling.|
- Aero V-dramon
- Black Megalo Growmon
- Death Meramon
- Death-X DORUgremon
- Master Tyranomon
- Megalo Growmon (with or without Megadramon)
- Metal Greymon (with or without Megalo Growmon, Grappleomon, or Bastemon)
- Metal Tyranomon
- Skull Satamon (with Sandiramon)
- First appears in Digimon Tamers - Episode 34.
Angered by Leomon's death at the hands of Beelzebumon, Matsuda Takato wanted Megalo Growmon to evolve so that he could defeat Beelzebumon. However Takato's anger caused Megalo Growlmon to bypass Tamer evolution and evolve to Megidramon. Horrified by this transformation (which lead to the result of his D-Arc's destruction), Takato could only watch as Megidramon and Beelzebumon confronted each other in brutality. Although Megidramon at first seemed to have the upper hand in combat, Beelzebumon managed to defeat Megidramon by striking finishing blow directly onto Megidramon's chest symbol, the Digital Hazard. As the unconscious Megidramon layed wounded, Takato had tended his body by his side and teared. Fearing the loss of his Partner, Takato wished for a true fight against Beelzebumon, together as it should be, resulting in a fusion of Tamer and Partner, allowing for the first Matrix Evolution witnessed within screen; Guilmon and Takato becoming a unison force as Dukemon.
Can be evolved from Megalo Growmon if above level 48, Darkness EXP 9000, and already befriended Guilmon.
Megidramon can only be obtained as a collectible card. Its card is part of the Four Great Dragons (四大竜 Shidairyū) set.
Evolves from Aero V-dramon, Megadramon, Megalo Growmon, Metal Greymon, Metal Tyranomon, or Paildramon. Can also be obtained by Jogressing Metal Greymon with Megalo Growmon (1.0), Bastemon (2.0), or Grappleomon (3.0), or by Jogressing Megalo Growmon with Megadramon (D-Scanner 1.0).
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