|Genocide Attack||||ジェノサイドアタック||Jenosaido Atakku||Genocide Attack/Darkside Attack/Rocket Attack/Eradication Attack||Fires countless organic missiles from both of its arms.|
|Ultimate Slicer||||アルティメットスライサー||Arutimetto Suraisā||Ultimate Slicer/Parry Force/Ultimate Attack||Slashes the enemy with its claws, or uses its arms to create vacuum blades.|
|Mega Death Scythe||||メガデスサイズ||Mega Desu Saisu||Big Mega Fire||Extends a scythe from one claw and slices enemy with it.|
|Metal Arm||||メタルアーム||Metaru Āmu||Stabs the enemy with its arm.|
|DG Dimension||||DG ディメンジョン||Dī Jī Dimenjon||Creates a dark space full of flying polygons and energy spheres, damaging all enemies within it.|
- Agumon (Warp Evolution)
- Airdramon (with or without Guardromon)
- Any Adult Dark Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Arena
- Any Adult Dark Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Battle
- Any Adult White Digimon from the Battle Spirits Card Game
- Any Black Lv.4 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Red Lv.4 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any SoC Lv.4 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Bakumon (Warp Evolution)
- Bomber Nanimon
- Cockatrimon (with Kuwagamon)
- Coredramon (Blue) (with certain Digimon of the Pendulum Ver.20th series)
- Coredramon (Green) (with certain Digimon of the Pendulum Ver.20th series)
- Dark Tyranomon
- Flare Lizamon (with Yanmamon)
- Greymon (2010 Anime Version)
- Greymon (Black)
- Greymon (X-Antibody)
- Guardromon (with or without Airdramon)
- Knight Chessmon (White)
- Kuwagamon (with Cockatrimon)
- Leomon (X-Antibody)
- Monochromon (X-Antibody)
- Monodramon (Warp Evolution)
- Rhinomon (X-Antibody)
- Seadramon (X-Antibody)
- Tyranomon (with or without Airdramon)
- XV-mon (with or without Tyranomon, Angemon, Dobermon, or Darcmon)
- XV-mon (Black)
- Yanmamon (with Flare Lizamon)
- Any Black Lv.6 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Digimon that also Evolves from Black Lv.5 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Digimon that also Evolves from Red Lv.5 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Red Lv.6 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Belphemon: Sleep Mode
- Bio Darkdramon
- Black War Greymon (with or without Black Megalo Growmon)
- Darkdramon (with or without Gigadramon, Triceramon and Tankmon or with a compatible Digimon from the Pendulum Ver.20th series)
- Deathmon (with Jyureimon)
- Demon (with Lady Devimon)
- Goddramon (with or without Holy Angemon, Master Tyranomon, and Triceramon)
- Goddramon (X-Antibody)
- Gran Kuwagamon (with Herakle Kabuterimon)
- Herakle Kabuterimon (with Gigadramon)
- Megidramon (with or without Megalo Growmon)
- Metal Etemon (with Tonosama Gekomon or Okuwamon)
- Metal Garurumon
- Metal Seadramon (with or without Mega Seadramon, Tylomon and Metal Tyranomon)
- Mugendramon (with or without Metal Tyranomon, Andromon and Metal Mamemon, with Gigadramon or Metal Tyranomon, any Perfect Digimon, or with a compatible Digimon from the Pendulum Ver.20th series or with Metal Tyranomon, Andromon and Ex-Tyranomon, or certain Virus Perfect Digimon from the Digimon Pendulum (except Waru Monzaemon))
- Piemon (with Vamdemon or Fantomon)
- Pinochimon (with Jyureimon or Gerbemon)
- Pukumon (with Dagomon or Marin Devimon)
- Skull Greymon (Death Evolution)
- Ulforce V-dramon
- Venom Vamdemon (with Waru Monzaemon or certain Virus Perfect Digimon from the Digimon Pendulum (except Waru Monzaemon))
- War Greymon
- Z'd Garurumon (with Garurumon)
A Megadramon appeared in the Real World. Paildramon fought against it, causing it to return to the Digital World.
A Megadramon was imprisoned in the cloudy mechanical plane of the Digital World. However, Makino Ruki, Shiota Hirokazu and Kitagawa Kenta accidentally freed him by fixing a jammed clock. He tried to kill Renamon (who evolved to Kyubimon but was overwhelmed) to be able to absorb her data and enter the Real World, but was defeated by the surprise appearance of Akiyama Ryo and Cyberdramon.
A Megadramon appears briefly in Digimon Adventure: - Episode 20. It stops Yagami Taichi, Greymon, Ishida Yamato, and Garurumon from chasing Velgrmon. Leomon and Peckmon stay to fight it while the Chosen Children go on. It was defeated by Leomon and Peckmon after a difficult battle.
Saiba Neo owned a Megadramon, which he created by Jogressing a Cockatrimon and a Kuwagamon. It fought Yagami Taichi and Zeromaru, but even though Neo used a technique of infinitely Jogressing and Partitioning to constantly heal it, it couldn't overpower Zeromaru. On the brink of defeat, Neo Jogressed Megadramon with a Jyureimon to create Deathmon.
Before Akiyama Ryo met the Tamers, in the desert plain on the Digital World, Ryo and Cyberdramon fought Megadramon. With Ryo hiding behind a rock, Cyberdramon hit Megadramon with his Cyber Nail while telling them to bully a Digimon who could fight back instead of destroying defenceless villages. Megadramon told him that no one could defeat them and shot a cliff with their Darkside Attack (Genocide Attack), causing an avalanche to fall on top of Ryo. Cyberdramon blocked the avalanche with his body, causing both of them to be buried, while Megadramon took the chance to leave while laughing.
After Cyberdramon rescued himself and Ryo from the avalanche, Ryo got on Cyberdramon's back and they flew away to find and get revenge on Megadramon, who they found as he was destroying a Mushmon village, and immediately slashed them then shot them with a beam from his hand, finally defeating them.
Several Megadramon appeared from the polyhedron alongside many other Virus Digimon.
Megadramon appears as an obtainable Perfect-level Virus type Digimon in Digimon World.
Megadramon serves as the second boss of the Infinity Mountain. Located in the middle of its room, it's an optional boss that can be entirely avoided, although it does block the way to some item monitors. When approached, it will stay quiet and do nothing, and the Player is given the option to walk back or start a battle. Upon defeat, it quietly joins the Village of Beginnings. It stands outside of Greymon's Battle Arena not doing anything other than bragging, although it does become unlocked as a possible opponent in the tournaments.
- At least 3000 HP, 5000 MP, 500 Offense, 300 Defense, 400 Speed and 400 Brains stat requirements
- Less than 10 Care Mistakes
- A Weight between 50 to 60g
- Bonus conditions: Battle more than 30 times and have at least 30 different techniques mastered.
Megadramon's evolution item is the Mega Hand (Japanese: メガハンド) which lets any Adult Digimon evolve into Megadramon.
Megadramon is one of the few Perfect Digimon that can evolve; in this case, it (as well as Metal Greymon) can become Skull Greymon via Death Evolution. There is a 10% chance of it evolving this way immediately after recovering from a lost battle, so it's recommended to save before making an attempt.
Megadramon is a Perfect level Sky-type Variable Digimon that can be learned by the combination of any Adult Ver. 4 Digimon (Leomon or Cockatrimon). Its signature technique, Genocide Attack deals damage to 1 opponent Digimon. It costs 4 VP.
Megadramon is an obtainable Level Perfect Darkness Card with 1810 HP, 920 Circle Attack, 290 Triangle Attack, 300 Cross Attack with First Attack effect. Its Support Effect damages both players' Digimon by halving their HP.
Megadramon can be evolved from Cyclomon with 0+ JP and Deltamon with 0-5 JP. However, Megadramon itself cannot evolve to any Ultimate-Level Digimon. Its Signature Technique is Genocide Attack, which prevents the target Digimon from healing their HP for that turn.
Megadramon is an obtainable Digimon that appears during the last stages of Millenniumon. It evolves from Guardromon (with Digimental) as well as Mechanorimon or Cyclomon (without Digimental) and can evolve further into Mugendramon with high Jogress Points or Millenniumon with very high Jogress Points. Its Signature Technique, Genocide Attack, is a Technique that has raises the user's AP gradually when it is attacked.
Megadramon is an obtainable Digimon that appears as the mini-boss Digimon in the third room of Gear Field and later used by a Tamer in D1 Tournament Grade 1 (Taichi stage). It evolves from Guardromon (with Digimental) as well as Mechanorimon or Cyclomon (without Digimental) and can evolve further into Mugendramon with high Jogress Points or Millenniumon with very high Jogress Points. Its Signature Technique, Genocide Attack, is a Technique that has raises the user's AP gradually when it is attacked.
Megadramon appears as the second to last opponent in Steep Road's Battle Arena, replacing Gigadramon as the last opponent only for the first time. It calls the player a shrimp in the Battle Café, looking down on him before opening the Battle Arena. It keeps looking down on the player once he reaches it in the Battle Arena, where it plays the Mega Shock deck, a deck with 4 attack, 2 defense and 2 evolution speed, and which is purely destructive. Upon being defeated, it tells the player to leave, with the player demanding the Passcode as he beat it. However, Megadramon reveals that it is not the Battle Master, Gigadramon is. The Battle Arena ends at this point, with the player getting no rewards.
Megadramon is also an obtainable Level Perfect Black/Darkness Card whose stats are:
- HP: 1810
- DP: 50
- Circle Attack: 920
- Triangle Attack: 290
- Cross Attack: 300, First Attack
- Support Effect: Both players' HP are halved.
Megadramon's attacks are Genocide Attack, Ultimate Slicer and Mega Death Scythe.
Megadramon is the wild Digimon that can be found in the Dark Takato and Zeed Millenniumon stages. It can convert into a Plug-In Card Genocide Attack, a Technique that has raises the user's AP gradually when it is attacked.
Megadramon can be found in Amaterasu's West Sector, in Dum Dum Factory. In the Europe and Japanese version, Megadramon can also be found in Amaterasu's Circuit Board underground, after finishing the main storyline by defeating Ragnamon.
Megadramon is an obtainable Digimon card that belongs to Red card with 2 S-Energy cost and has 26 AP / 20 HP.
Megadramon is an obtainable Digimon which is evolved from Airdramon, Birdramon, Greymon, or Seadramon, and can evolve to Darkdramon. It can also be obtained as a collectible card. Its card is part of the Crack Team (クラックチーム Kurakku Chīmu) set and the Mega Digimons (メガデジモンズ Mega Dejimonzu) set.
Megadramon is the boss Digimon of Area 06.
Megadramon can be evolved from Guardromon or Mechanorimon if 1 or less calls, Win Ratio 40% or higher, Training 40+ times, Battle 30 times. Megadramon can be Jogress with a compatible Digimon to get Mugendramon.
Megadramon can be evolved from Guardromon or Mechanorimon if 1 or less calls, Win Ratio 40% or higher, Training 40+ times, Battle 30 times. Megadramon can be Jogress with a compatible Digimon to get Venom Vamdemon.
Megadramon is an enemy Digimon in Secret S.
Megadramon is an obtainable Digimon by Jogressing XV-mon with Tyranomon (Pendulum Progress 1.0), Angemon (2.0) or Dobermon (3.0) or by Jogress via Tyranomon with Airdramon (D-Scanner 1.0). Megadramon can evolve further into Chaosdramon, Dukemon, Megidramon, Ulforce V-dramon, or War Greymon.
Megadramon is an enemy Digimon.
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|Digimon New Century||Digimon Survive|
|Digital Monster Ver. S||Digimon World
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|Digimon Adventure 02: D1 Tamers
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