|Mugen Cannon||||Infinity Cannon||ムゲンキャノン||Mugen Kyanon||Giga Cannon/Infinity Cannon||Fires superdreadnought-class energy waves from its two cannons.|
|Booster Claw||||ブースタークロー||Būsutā Kurō||Dragon Fire/Booster Claw||Attacks with the claws of both hands, or launches its left hand's retractable Booster Claw on a cable, or shoots a fireball from its right hand.|
|Catastrophe D||||カタストロフディ||Katasutorofu Di||Catastrophic Day||Either self-destructs to create a massive explosion, or fires missiles from all over its body.|
|Mugen Hand||||Infinity Hand||ムゲンハンド||Mugen Hando||Infinite Hand/Dragon Fire/Booster Claw|
|Giga Destroyer||||ギガデストロイヤー||Giga Desutoroiyā||Launches organic missiles from the hatch on its chest.|
- Aero V-dramon
- Andromon (with or without Metal Tyranomon, Megadramon and Metal Mamemon or with Metal Tyranomon, Megadramon and Ex-Tyranomon or certain Digimon from the Pendulum Ver.20th series)
- Atlur Ballistamon
- Bakumon (Warp Evolution)
- Any Adult Dark Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Arena
- Any Adult Dark Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Battle
- Any Black Lv.5 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Red Lv.5 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Ex-Tyranomon (with Metal Tyranomon, Megadramon and Andromon or with Skull Greymon, Metal Greymon and Metal Mamemon)
- Gigadramon (with or without Megadramon or Metal Tyranomon)
- Loader Liomon (with a Virus Attribute Perfect Digimon from the Vital Bracelet Digital Monster)
- Locomon (with a Virus Attribute Perfect Digimon from the Vital Bracelet Digital Monster)
- Marin Devimon
- Megadramon (with or without Metal Tyranomon, Andromon and Metal Mamemon, Metal Tyranomon, Andromon and Ex-Tyranomon, any Perfect Digimon, certain Digimon from the Pendulum Ver.20th series, Gigadramon or Metal Tyranomon)
- Mega Seadramon
- Megalo Growmon
- Megalo Growmon (Orange)
- Megalo Growmon (X-Antibody)
- Metal Greymon (with or without Skull Greymon, Metal Mamemon and Ex-Tyranomon)
- Metal Greymon (Virus)
- Metal Greymon (2010 Anime Version)
- Metal Greymon: Alterous Mode
- Metal Mamemon (with or without Metal Tyranomon, Andromon and Megadramon or with Skull Greymon, Metal Greymon and Ex-Tyranomon)
- Metal Tyranomon (with or without Megadramon, Andromon and Metal Mamemon, Megadramon, Andromon and Ex-Tyranomon, Megadramon or Gigadramon)
- Rebellimon (with a Free or Vaccine Attribute Perfect Digimon from the Vital Bracelet Digital Monster)
- Skull Greymon (with or without Metal Greymon, Metal Mamemon and Ex-Tyrannomon)
- Waru Monzaemon (with any Perfect Digimon or certain Digimon from the Pendulum Ver.20th series)
- Apocalymon (with or without Piemon or with Piedmon, Pinochimon and Metal Seadramon)
- Armagemon (with or without Diablomon)
- Chaosdramon (with or without Dukemon and Ancient Volcamon)
- Hi Mugendramon (with Scorpiomon)
- Millenniumon (with or without Chimairamon)
- Moon Millenniumon (with Chimairamon)
- Omegamon Alter-S
- Omegamon Zwart
- Omegamon Zwart Defeat
- Ragna Lordmon
- Rust Tyranomon (with Aegisdramon)
- War Greymon
- Zeed Millenniumon (with Chimairamon and Millenniumon or Chaosdramon, Breakdramon, and Pteranomon)
In "Evolutionary Radiance: Shining Evolution", a Mugendramon is among the new Ultimate-level Digimon who evolved through Culumon's powers and comes to fight with the Four Holy Beasts against the D-Reaper.
In "Decisive Battle!! Rose of Venus, Ofanimon's Rescue Plan", several Mugendramon are seen in Cherubimon's beast Digimon army in a flashback when Ofanimon is telling the Chosen Children about the history of their conflict.
In "Warrior Beelzebumon, Dance!", Lilithmon summons a tamed Mugendramon to lead a Scorpiomon attack on the Pyramid of Revival while Xros Heart is trying to save Baalmon. Mugendramon breaks through the Pyramid's barrier and, when Lilithmon feeds him all of the Scorpiomon, evolves into Hi Mugendramon.
A post-reboot Infected[N 1] Mugendramon who serves the Mysterious Man appears in "Loss". When the Chosen Children venture into the Digital World, the Mysterious Man uses this Mugendramon to attack and pursue them. It is destroyed by Seraphimon, Hououmon, and Herakle Kabuterimon.
The pre-Reboot Dark Master Mugendramon also appears, with the other Dark Masters, in the opening of "Loss" in a flashback that recounts their first defeat by Himekawa Maki's original group of Chosen Children.
There are two different Mugendramon in the series.
The first one is a Dark Evolution of Agumon, the partner of Taichi. In "The Final Stage, Done Devimon", this Dark Evolution is triggered in their battle with Done Devimon when, after both Taichi and Agumon (as Metal Greymon: Alterous Mode) have been tainted by miasma, Done Devimon devours Taichi, which causes Metal Greymon to dark evolve into Mugendramon with fury. He attacks Done Devimon, but is unable to gain the upper hand and is overpowered. He is saved by the intervention of Tokomon, who uses his powers to snap Agumon out of it and trigger a temporary evolution into his true Ultimate form in order to save Taichi.
A real Mugendramon attacked the Chosen Children as they tried to enter FAGA in "The Attack of Mugendramon". It was created by Sephirothmon using the data taken from the Chosen Children's Digimon. It constantly shot Cloud Continent to release the Miasma stored there for the revival of Millenniumon. The Chosen Children's Digimon tried to fight it, but it managed to defeat and absorb the data of Lilimon, Zudomon, Atlur Kabuterimon and Garudamon. War Greymon, powered up by Yagami Hikari's power, managed to defeat Mugendramon though with heavy wounds. However, the FAGA Vademon moved on to the next stage of their plan, shooting Mugendramon's chest into Cloud Continent and overloading its reactor, causing it to explode.
In "Next Chapter: DIGIVICE-V-", a swarm of Hagurumon appeared after a WARNING sign. They then spun in a tornado, before being blown away by a Digimon that appeared at the center of it: the Raid Boss, Mugendramon. Gammamon and his Tamer then appeared and rushed towards Mugendramon through the swarm of Hagurumon. At some point, they were joined by a male Tamer with Jellymon and a female Tamer, Risa, with Angoramon. Mugendramon then shot its Mugen Cannon at them, but it was blocked by Boutmon. That was followed by portals appearing around the Tamers, which summoned Tamers from all over the world to serve as their Support Attackers. Gammamon, as well as Tamer-owned Jellymon and Angoramon ran forward and leaped towards Mugendramon, and then all the Digimon surrounded the Raid Boss, while themselves being surrounded by the swarm of Hagurumon. With all the worldwide Tamers cheering on, the Ghost Game trio then leaped towards Mugendramon once again.
Mugendramon is the partner of Analogman and the final boss of the game that must be defeated in the final floor of Infinity Mountain. However, after their defeat, Mugendramon and Analogman did not vanished from Digital World but rather banished to Back Dimension, a place that can be accessed each year by entering the entrance of either Ogre Fortress, Dark Lord Mansion, or Ice Sanctuary. After defeating Mugendramon once again, the defeated Digimon is actually just a transformed wild Digimon. As a result, Jijimon will give the player Chain Melon each time it is defeated in Back Dimension.
A dying Mugendramon survived long enough to encounter a Chimairamon and Jogress with it to form Millenniumon. It is the pre-final boss Digimon of Cathode Tamer's main storyline before it fuses again into Millenniummon. When it is accompanied by Millenniummon in the battle, they can learn Apocalymon's Ankoku, which is the strongest of all damaging Variable Techniques.
Mugendramon is an obtainable Ultimate level Digimon. Like all bosses, it can only be obtained in the post-game.
After gathering all seven 7s cards, it is suspected that the card that has been causing problems in the Digital World, the Bug Card, is in the possession of Mugendramon, who is peacefully living at the top level of Infinity Mountain. Mugendramon is the final boss of the game. It is a Black Card, but is a Perfect level Digimon card as the Ultimate level did not exist at the time of the game's development.
Mugendramon evolves from Skull Greymon regardless of its DP.
Mugendramon is the fourth opponent of Infinity Tower's Battle Arena. It created an army of machines to destroy everything in the world, and plans to finish the job with its Mugen Cannon. It uses the Machine Empire deck, a Black/Darkness and Yellow/Rare deck with 5 attack, 3 defense and 3 evolution speed, made out of Mugendramon's army of machines. After being defaeted, it enters in panic because Venom Vamdemon would be furious at it being defeated by the player, and it runs away.
Mugendramon is also an obtainable Perfect-level Black/Darkness card whose stats are:
- HP: 2400
- DP: 60
- +P: 0
- Circle attack: 980
- Triangle attack: 520
- X attack: 0, Crash
- Support Ability: None.
Mugendramon's attacks are Mugen Cannon, Booster Claw and Catastrophe D.
Mugendramon is a wild Digimon that can be found in Amaterasu Dum Dum Factory, and is also one of Magasta Royal Guard's Digimon. It can attack twice in a turn with its Machine power.
Mugendramon is available as an Ultimate Red card with 50 AP / 49 HP.
An NPC Mugendramon appeared at Chrome Mine as one of Unknown-D's henchmen. He was ordered to kidnap the Digimon researcher Phil, and captured the player who came to rescue Phil. He also defeated Dark Tyranomon who apparently came to "rescue" the player and Phil. Although already in an Ultimate stage, he desires to become stronger than what he is, but as he fallen into Phil's trick, he devolved to Skull Greymon by using researcher Phil's Devolve Chip.
Mugendramon evolves from Metal Tyranomon. In order to evolve into Mugendramon, your Digimon must be at least level 47 with a defense of 170 and an attack of 230, but only once you have revived Mugendramon.
Mugendramon (Spade) DigiXroses from Metal Tyranomon, Andromon, Megadramon, and Ex-Tyranomon, whilst Mugendramon (Heart) DigiXroses from Metal Mamemon, Metal Greymon, Skull Greymon, and Ex-Tyranomon. Mugendramon can DigiXros to Millenniumon with Chimairamon, to Chaosdramon with Dukemon and Ancient Volcamon, and to Apocalymon with Piemon, Pinochimon, and Metal Seadramon.
Mugendramon can only be obtained as a collectible card. Its card is part of the Crack Team (クラックチーム Kurakku Chīmu) set.
Mugendramon is an obtainable partner Digimon, he can be raised after you battle him on Yggdrasil Dungeon. Evolves from Gigadramon.
A Mugendramon rampaged in the Digital World, destroying multiple Cities and killing countless Digimon, however it was killed by WarGreymon. As it died it swore it would come back for revenge when it was reborn.
Mugendramon is the boss Digimon of Area 07.
|Card Game Alpha|
|Digimon Card Game|
|Digimon Reference Book||Digimon Jintrix||Digimon Collectors||Digimon Collectors|
|Digimon Crusader||Digimon New Century|
|Digimon Adventure||Digimon Illustration Competition||Digimon Xros Wars
|Digimon Xros Wars|
|Digimon World: Digital Card Arena
|Digimon World: Digital Card Arena
(battle portrait, English)
|Digimon Adventure 02: D-1 Tamers
|Digimon Adventure 02: D-1 Tamers
|Digimon Championship||Digimon World Re:Digitize Decode|
|Digimon Masters||Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker's Memory||Digimon Linkz|
(Card with War Greymon)
|Entry for the Digimon Illustration Contest by As'maria (used on St-279)||Illustration by Watanabe Kenji for the Digital Monster Premium Art Series||Illustration by Watanabe Kenji||Illustration by Watanabe Kenji|
|Illustration by Watanabe Kenji||Sketches for Digimon Adventure Model Sheet
(Digimon Adventure 15th Anniversary Blu-ray)
|Digimon Size Comparison
(Digital Monster - Artbook Ver.1～5&20th)
|Promotional poster |
(Digimon Adventure tri.)
|Figure-rise Standard Amplified - Mugendramon
|Figure-rise Standard Amplified - Mugendramon||Figure-rise Standard Amplified - Mugendramon||Digimon Card Game|
(Official Deck Sleeve)
|Digimon Pendulum||Digivice||Digimon Accelerator
|Vital Bracelet Digital Monster|