|Mugen Cannon||||Infinity Cannon||ムゲンキャノン||Mugen Kyanon||Giga Cannon/Infinity Cannon||Releases energy blasts from its 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||Crushes or stabs its enemy using its right arm.|
- Aero V-dramon
- Andromon (with or without Metal Tyranomon, Megadramon and Metal Mamemon or certain Digimon from the Pendulum series)
- Any Adult Dark Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Arena
- Any Adult Dark Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Battle
- Any Digimon of Child level or above (with the Mugen Cannon item)
- Gigadramon (with or without Megadramon or Metal Tyranomon)
- Marin Devimon
- Megadramon (with or without Metal Tyranomon, Andromon and Metal Mamemon, any Perfect Digimon, certain Digimon from the Pendulum series, Gigadramon or Metal Tyranomon)
- Mega Seadramon
- Megalo Growmon
- Megalo Growmon (Orange)
- Megalo Growmon (X-Antibody)
- Metal Greymon
- Metal Greymon (Virus)
- Metal Mamemon (with Metal Tyranomon, Andromon and Megadramon)
- Metal Tyranomon (with or without Megadramon, Andromon and Metal Mamemon, Megadramon or Gigadramon)
- Skull Greymon
- Waru Monzaemon (with any Perfect Digimon or certain Digimon from the Pendulum series)
- Apocalymon (with or without Piemon)
- Armagemon (with Diablomon)
- Chaosdramon (with or without Dukemon and Ancient Volcamon)
- Hi Mugendramon (with Scorpiomon)
- Millenniumon (with Chimairamon)
- Moon Millenniumon (with Chimairamon)
- Rust Tyranomon (with Aegisdramon)
- Zeed Millenniumon (with Chimairamon and Millenniumon)
Mugendramon was one of the Dark Masters, a group of four Ultimate level Digimon born of Apocalymon's chaos. While the Chosen Children were in the real world combating Vamdemon, he and the other Dark Masters successfully conquered and reformatted the Digital World, twisting it into Spiral Mountain. He was the leader of the mechanical Metal Empire, and his domain was the city.
Mugendramon pursued Yagami Taichi, Yagami Hikari, Takaishi Takeru, Takenouchi Sora and Izumi Koushiro during their time spent in the city trying to find medicine for Hikari. He forced them into the underground sewer network, where he eventually cornered them and slaughtered a massive number of Numemon attempting to protect Hikari. In response, he was killed by War Greymon.
Lilithmon summons Mugendramon to attack the Children.
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.
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 one of Dark Masters that can be battled in the first Infinity Tower's Battle Arena on the 4th round. 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 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 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 the boss Digimon of Area 07.
|Card Game Alpha|
|Digimon Card Game|
|Digimon World: Digital Card Arena
|Digimon World: Digital Card Arena
(battle portrait, English)
|Digimon Adventure 02: D-1 Tamers
|Digimon Championship||Digimon World Re:Digitize Decode|
|Digimon Masters||Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker's Memory|
(Card with War Greymon)