Four Great Dragons

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The Four Great Dragons (四大竜 "Yondairyū"?) are a group of four Ultimate-level Dragon Digimon that is composed by Qinglongmon, Goddramon, Holydramon and Megidramon.[1][2]

It's considered that Qinglongmon is the most deified existence in the group,[1] while Goddramon has the strongest magical power among the four.[3] On the other hand, Megidramon has a personality so fiendish that it doesn't bear the slightest resemblance to the other three.[2] He boasts the fiercest, most evil destructive power among the Four Great Dragons.[4]

It is said that Slayerdramon's form is one that can only be attained by those who complete the training that is called the "Trial of the Four Great Dragons", which can only be challenged by Dragon Digimon.[5]

Members[edit]

Four Great Dragons
四大竜 Yondairyū
Name Dragon King Alternate Form
Goddramon Ao Run, Dragon King of the West Sea Goddramon (X-Antibody)
Holydramon Ao Qin, Dragon King of the South Sea Holydramon (X-Antibody)
Megidramon Ao Shun, Dragon King of the North Sea Megidramon (X-Antibody)
Qinglongmon Ao Guang, Dragon King of the East Sea

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Digimon Collectors[edit]

Digimon Crusader[edit]

Digimon World Re:Digitize[edit]

The Four Great Dragons appear as collectable cards.

Digimon World Re:Digitize Decode[edit]

The Four Great Dragons appear as collectable cards.

Digimon All-Star Rumble[edit]

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth[edit]

After Aiba collects all of the Four Great Dragons medals, the Medal Man rewards them with 2 Diamonds and 1 Chrome Digizoid.

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

After Amasawa Keisuke collects all of the Four Great Dragons medals, the Medal Man rewards him with with 2 Diamonds and 1 Chrome Digizoid.

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Trivia[edit]

The Four Great Dragons are derived from the Chinese myth of the Four Dragon Kings who rule over the four seas surrounding China, and manifest as its four great rivers. The Dragon Kings appeared prominently in the Ming dynasty epics Journey to the West (西遊記 "Xī​yóu​jì​"?) and Creation of the Gods (封神演義 "Fēng​shén​ Yǎn​yì​"?).

Although the group has been mentioned in the Japanese card games and the Digimon Dictionary profiles, it has not appeared in any of the franchise serials.

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