Clavis Angemon

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An Angel Digimon which protects the "Zenith Gate" between the Digital World and the outside world. The "Zenith Gate" is sealed by means of 360 doors, and "The Key" held by Clavis Angemon is used as the master key to every door. "The Key" is a special key that only Clavis Angemon can handle, so one can say that Clavis Angemon itself is a part of the key. It is said that, through the power placed in the key, it is able to use enough offensive power to collapse the Digital World, but only on enemies that try to break through the doors.
Digimon Reference Book

Attack Techniques[edit]

Name Kanji/Kana Romanization Description
The Key [1] ザ・キー Za Kī Manifests a keyhole for its key, using it to isolate the target from spacetime in a crystalline barrier.[4]
Zenith Gate [2] ゼニスゲート Zenisu Gēto
Heaven's Arrow [5] ヘブンズアロー Hebunzu Arō


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Digimon Adventure:[edit]

Clavis Angemon is one of the Holy Digimon that fought against Millenniumon in the past, alongside Seraphimon, Ofanimon, Valdurmon, Cherubimon, Slash Angemon and Rasielmon.

Clavis Angemon in the war of the past alongside Rasielmon and Slash Angemon.

Digimon Ghost Game[edit]

Clavis Angemon in Digimon Ghost Game.


Video Games[edit]

Clavis Angemon in Digimon World X.

Digimon World X[edit]

Clavis Angemon is an obtainable Digimon. Its Signature Weapon is the "Stargazer". Evolves from:

Digimon Story[edit]

Clavis Angemon is one of the first Digimon to greet the Player into the Digital World. He then spends his time in the Reader Room in Digi-Central. As explained by Baihumon, he was close friends with Alphamon in the past. After the Player promotes to Platinum Tamer, Clavis Angemon reveals himself as the Observer of said rank. He challenges the Player to be noble and respected, not just strong, to become the Tamer King. He then gives them a more immediate task to prove their strength: challenge the three Tamers in the Digi-Arena to a Free Battle and defeat all of them.

Clavis Angemon and Alphamon tie in battle

After the Player succeeds at their task, Clavis Angemon congratulates them but has no time to celebrate, as him and Tentomon tell the Player that Platinum Tamers have begun to disappear, including Yuji and Kazuya, and the Player may be in danger too, so he orders them to call him if anything happens. However, the situation he feared nearly comes to pass as Alphamon paralyzes the Player and attempts to brainwash him, though Clavis Angemon appears in the Player's DigiFarm and rescues them, then questions Alphamon's motives as he never expected his friend to be Unknown-D. Alphamon explains that humans have a thirst for power and will only use it for their own benefit, thus he disagrees about letting humans raise Digimon, and Digimon should become stronger on their own. The Player then realizes, and Alphamon confirms, that he was trying to make Digimon see the humans' weakness and lust, and how untrustworthy they are. However, he didn't think that was enough anymore and decided to use his last resort: awakening a Super Ultimate Digimon to destroy the Digital World to force humans back into the Real World, never to return to the Digital World. Clavis Angemon refused to allow this and he and Alphamon clashed, with Clavis Angemon seemingly emerging victorious, before falling to his knees as well. Alphamon stands up once again and says how his plan would've been perfect with the Player's power, but since that didn't work out, he steals Culumon's power, the Light of Evolution, instead, then leaves. Clavis Angemon then explains to the player that he's certain that Alphamon intends to use said power to awaken the Super Ultimate Digimon in its complete state and intends to go stop him, only to fall to his knees due to the wounds he took. Accepting the situation, he asks for the Player's help, sending them to Core Field which they can get to from the Chaotic Gate in the Reader Room, though he intends to go help them once he's tended to his wounds.

Chronomon Destroy Mode fully awakens

After Chronomon Destroy Mode knocks Kain out and pushes Alphamon back, Clavis Angemon arrives, and Alphamon asks him what's happening since Chronomon should be the legendary Digimon. Clavis Angemon confirms he is, but he can't reach his full potential without an excellent human Tamer, because despite his power, he lacks heart, so when he awakens, he senses and reflects his Tamer's heart, so Chronomon's heart is currently a reflection of Kain's, and because Alphamon took over Kain, the latter's darkness was now instilled in Chronomon's heart, turning the legendary Digimon into a demonic destroyer with an evil heart that would destroy the entire Digital World. Alphamon complains about how he merely wanted to make the Digital World a better place for Digimon, acknowledges he's to blame, and decides to stop Chronomon. Clavis Angemon joins in and both attack the Healing Plant, but Chronomon defeats them both. Alphamon thinks there's no way of stopping Chronomon, but Clavis Angemon says there is one: the bond between Tamer and Digimon, which can cause miracles. While Alphamon doesn't believe it possible, Clavis Angemon puts his trust in the Player who attacks the Healing Plant. While the Player thought the battle was over after destroying its four elemental pods, Alphamon still felt Chronomon, who broke out of the middle pod. Chronomon proclaimed he'd destroy everything other than himself, starting from the people in front of him and this world.

After the Player defeats Chronomon Destroy Mode, a light is left where Chronomon used to be, which reforms as Chronomon Holy Mode. Chronomon thanks the Player for freeing him from the dark power and turning him into a true Digimon with a heart of justice. Clavis Angemon, Alphamon and the Player are left in awe at the true legendary Digimon. Chronomon praises the Player as a Tamer truly worthy of becoming the Tamer King. The Player thinks they still have a ways to go, which Chronomon likes, as Digimon are meant to be with humans and evolve into ever more wonderful forms. Alphamon acknowledges that, while the human heart has weaknesses, so do Digimon, and that's why they all help each other to improve themselves. Clavis Angemon is beyond happy at his friend finally understanding. After Chronomon leaves, Kain accepts that he can't be a strong Tamer by just using strong Digimon, he must raise them properly. Clavis Angemon questions if he truly understood, and Kain asks for one more chance, to raise noble Digimon. Clavis Angemon forgives him and Kain promises he'll beat the Player fair and square next time, a challenge the Player accepts. Alphamon joins the apologies, knowing he shouldn't be forgiven, but still wishing for a chance to help make the Digital World a better place, which Clavis Angemon gladly accepts. For that, Clavis Angemon trusts the Player, now the Tamer King, more than ever, and they return to Digi-Central.

Back in Digi-Central, Clavis Angemon officially proclaims the Player the first Tamer King. After Kain and Tomomi join them, Clavis Angemon proclaims their job isn't over yet, as they must still keep raising Digimon to make the Digital World a better place, and the Player, as the Tamer King, must continue to take care of the Digimon, which the Player acknowledges. The credits then roll.

Digimon Collectors[edit]

Digimon Crusader[edit]

Digimon World Re:Digitize Decode[edit]

Clavis Angemon is only obtainable as a collectible card. Its card is part of the Heaven's Apostles (天界の使途 Tenkai no Shito) set.

Digimon Fortune[edit]

Digimon World -next 0rder-[edit]

Available as a collectible card.

Digimon World -next 0rder- International Edition[edit]

Available as a collectible card.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker's Memory[edit]

Clavis Angemon is available as a Digimon Medal.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth[edit]

Available as a Digimon Medal in the Japanese PS4/Switch versions, and the western Switch/PC versions.

Virtual Pets[edit]


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