|Haouken||||Supreme King Fist||覇王拳||N/A||Pummel Whack||Shoots a dark version of Leomon's Juuouken.|
|Hone Konbou||||Bone Club||骨こん棒||N/A||Bone Cudgel/Bone Mace||Strikes the enemy with an electrically-charged Hone Konbou.|
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- Agumon (X-Antibody)
- Any Child Dark Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Arena
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- Any Child Nightmare Soldiers Digimon
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- Shamamon[N 1]
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- Asuramon (with or without Igamon)
- Astamon (with Mad Leomon or Shadramon)
- Beowolfmon (with Growmon)
- Big Mamemon (with Greymon or Revolmon)
- Black Megalo Growmon
- Boltmon (with Andromon and Sinduramon)
- Cyberdramon (with Raptordramon)
- Dagomon (with certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Dark Knightmon (with Porcupamon)
- Death Meramon
- Etemon (with or without Bao Hackmon or Zubaeagermon)
- Fantomon (with Bakemon, Meramon, or Wizarmon)
- Gerbemon (with or without Red Vegimon, Woodmon, Togemon, or Kiwimon)
- Groundramon (with Devidramon)
- Hangyomon (with Mantaraymon or with certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Lady Devimon (with Devimon)
- Megadramon (with Coredramon (Green))
- Megalo Growmon (with Arresterdramon or Reppamon)
- Mercurymon (with Were Garurumon and Prairiemon)
- Metal Greymon (with a Vaccine or Free Attribute Adult Digimon from the Vital Bracelet Digital Monster)
- Metal Mamemon (with Garurumon, Greymon, Angemon, Leomon, or Tailmon)
- Metal Tyranomon
- Neo Devimon
- Orgemon (X-Antibody) (with X-Antibody)
- Piccolomon (with certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Platinum Scumon
- Pumpmon (with Garurumon or Hanumon)
- Savior Hackmon (with Targetmon)
- Skull Greymon
- Skull Satamon (with or without Devimon)
- Titamon (Warp Evolution)
- Tonosama Gekomon (with certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Vamdemon (with Dokugumon)
- Waru Monzaemon (with or without Mechanorimon, Guardromon, Tankmon, Clockmon, or Thunderballmon)
- Waru Seadramon
- Were Garurumon
- Were Garurumon (Black)
- Were Garurumon (X-Antibody)
- Whamon Perfect
- Xros Up Arresterdramon (Orgemon) (with Arresterdramon)
- Zudomon (with or without Leomon)
Orgemon was an aggressive Digimon and rival of Leomon. He makes his debut in "Messenger of Darkness, Devimon!". He is first a minion of Devimon, but later joins the Chosen Children against the Dark Masters.
25 years later, another Orgemon is seen with a hurt arm and is being tended to by Kido Jou, who is now the Digital World's first doctor as seen in the epilogue of the series.
An Orgemon and a Fugamon worked hard to prepare the best ramen over the world in DigiQuartz. In order to get their wish, they worked alongside a human cook, father of a boy named Masaru. When Orgemon and Fugamon got out of control, Akashi Tagiru had to hunt them, so they became part of his Collection.
In "All Will Be Revealed Now! The Secret of the Digimon Hunt!", Tagiru DigiXrossed Orgemon with Arresterdramon to form Xros Up Arresterdramon (Orgemon) in order to fight against Keramon, alongside Mogami Ryouma and Xros Up Astamon (Triceramon).
Orgemon is one of Devimon's high ranking servants. He established a rivalry with Agumon after their first fight, where the latter as Greymon broke one of his horns, and from there on wished to fight him one-on-one, even attacking his own allies to do so. After he failed to beat Greymon, Devimon sent Metal Tyranomon after the Chosen Children, making Orgemon realize he had been replaced. As such, he fought and seemingly died against Metal Tyranomon to buy time for the Chosen Children to flee, while also pointing them in the right direction.
As shown in "The Vagrant War Demon, Rebellimon", Orgemon actually survived his fight and, before the events of the episode, evolved into his eponymous Perfect Level. However, he also lost his memories, only briefly remembering his fight with Greymon once he clashed with his evolved state, Metal Greymon.
Another Tamer-owned Orgemon appears as part of the audience of the Battle Stage.
Orgemon assaulted Asunaro Village for their Asunaro Meat in "Orgemon Invasion". He ate a big plate of Asunaro Meat, which Koemon handled, while Tanemon, Tokomon, Punimon, two Koromon, Chicomon, Poyomon, Penmon, two Agumon and Mochimon stared at them in fear. Orgemon proceeded to take the meat with him, but Tanemon tried to stop him, as the meat was made for the Digimon of the village so they'd grow strong and evolve. Orgemon easily flicked Tanemon away, and then the two Agumon, a Koromon, a Mochimon, a Chicomon, a Poyomon, a Bubbmon and a Tokomon gathered around them, trying to protect them even while terrified. Orgemon looked at them and realized that only a few of them had evolved at all, with Koemon explaining that a curse on the village prevented them from evolving. Orgemon then returned to eating the Asunaro Meat while assuring them that he'd evolve for them, with Tanemon crying due to that, however, he was stopped by a kick to the top of his head from Pulsemon, who declared that he'd keep Asunaro Village's meat safe to both Orgemon and Koemon, and the Digimon that had tried to defend Tanemon, who happily cried at his arrival. Orgemon was angry at Pulsemon, and only got more mad after the latter misunderstood his comment, so he went and punched Pulsemon in the head. Kodou Ritsu, Bokomon, Patamon, and the Digimon of Asunaro Village screamed at Pulsemon who had apparently been knocked out with a single blow, and Orgemon pointed out that, as a warrior, he made it a point not to go easy on anyone and they should not think badly of him, then tried to leave, only to stop in shock as Pulsemon got back up. Pulsemon taunted him to attack him again, claiming that he'd evolve, and Orgemon punched him in the head again, convincing himself that he must've accidentally held back earlier. Once again, Orgemon tried to leave, only for Pulsemon to get back up for a second time. Orgemon let loose a storm of blows on Pulsemon, to the fear of Ritsu, Bokomon and Patamon, but Pulsemon merely got up again. Furthermore, he was only getting more excited, as the more pain he endured, the closer he was to evolving, and laughed while ordering Orgemon to keep hurting him, freaking out the latter, while Ritsu just looked at him with a smile, accustomed to his partner's behaviour. Nonetheless, he tried to stop Pulsemon from pushing it too far, while Orgemon got extremely angry.
Their fight continued in "The Pulse of Evolution", where Orgemon hit Pulsemon with his Haouken, leaving him badly beaten on the ground as Ritsu, Bokomon, Patamon, Tanemon, Mochimon, Bubbmon, Chicomon, a Koromon, Poyomon and an Agumon watched them. Orgemon praised Pulsemon for making him use his Haouken, but blamed his loss on being just a Child, born in a village where no one can evolve, with Ritsu accepting that Orgemon being an Adult-level gave him too much of an advantage. Orgemon then pointed out Tamers were useless and challenged Ritsu to fight him, but Ritsu was terrified of him as he realized that, just as he was full when he went back to the Real World after eating in the Digital World, getting hurt or dying would be just as real. In his thoughts, Ritsu asked Pulsemon for forgiveness for not being able to do a thing and Orgemon mocked him, but Pulsemon called him a moron as he got back up, because he never said Ritsu had to fight alongside him, his job was to have the conviction that Pulsemon could beat Orgemon, and use that feeling to cheer Pulsemon on so he could defeat him. Bokomon seconded Pulsemon, as even if he felt powerless as a partner sometimes, with his wholehearted support, his bond with Pulsemon would give him strength. Ritsu acknowledged their words and cheered Pulsemon on with all his might. A vitals waveform went through both of them as their heartbeat was heard, and Pulsemon started glowing. Orgemon, Bokomon, Patamon, Ritsu, Tanemon and Chicomon looked at him in awe, as he seemingly broke the curse of Asunaro Village and they pictured him as the ideal Bulkmon, but in reality, only his head changed, with the rest of his body remaining that of Pulsemon's, to everyone's shock.
Continuing in "Inner Bulkmon", Pulsemon had seemingly evolved into Bulkmon, however, only his head changed, to the shock of Kodou Ritsu, Bokomon, Patamon, and Pulsemon himself. Due to the weight of his now-oversized head, he fell to the ground. Ritsu pictured the full Bulkmon in his head and wondered why that had happened when he was sure Pulsemon had evolved. Orgemon laughed at Pulsemon's head being so big he couldn't even move, but Pulsemon rushed at Orgemon by biting at the ground, which freaked Orgemon out, and he then punched Pulsemon back the way he came as Koemon watched. Pulsemon's head then devolved, which calmed Ritsu down, but then his arms evolved, followed by his legs, leaving all spectators shocked. Pulsemon's right arm then evolved, with him wondering what had happened. Ritsu thought the evolution had failed but Bokomon said it was proof he was resisting Asunaro Village's curse.
Angry at how they kept talking, Orgemon attacked, but Pulsemon accidentally punched him in the gut as his arm evolved. He then kicked Orgemon in the face with an evolved leg. Koemon asked Orgemon if he was okay, but Orgemon told him not to worry and he swore not to lose on his honour as a warrior, while Pulsemon proclaimed he'd protect Asunaro Village. Patamon and Bokomon observed how it was a clash of prides and they were going all-out, but Ritsu thought they just wanted to hog all the meat to themselves, which caused both Digimon to shut him up. Nonetheless, Pulsemon thanked his Tamer as he was now one step closer to becoming the strongest. A happy Ritsu then asked his Partner Digimon to beat Orgemon to a pulp with the power in his body. Orgemon assaulted Pulsemon with his Haouken, but Pulsemon proclaimed he'd smash him to beat with his pulse, then beat Orgemon with an Electrical Fist to the face after fully evolving into Bulkmon. Ritsu, Patamon, Bokomon, Koemon and the Digimon of Asunaro Village witnessed this moment. Koemon took Orgemon away on a cart as the villagers celebrated their victory.
In VITAL BRACELET Lab, an overlay with Orgemon's data appears in the eponymous Vital Bracelet Lab, alongside many other data overlays, in front of Palmon and its Tamer. Another overlay shows Orgemon as part of the Agumon Dim Card's evolution line.
Orgemon appears as an obtainable Adult-level Virus type Digimon in Digimon World.
Orgemon appears as a minor antagonist in the game as well. To see Orgemon for the first time, the Player needs to talk to Yuramon twice, after crossing the invisible bridge in the Great Canyon and Yuramon will warn the Player about a group of bandits lurking around and assaulting passersbies in the Great Canyon. When reaching there, Orgemon and a gang of Agumon and Gabumon will end up attacking the Player, engaging a battle. After defeating the gang, Orgemon will escape into its fortress. When arriving there, the fortress will be full of Agumon and Gabumon guarding the area and will attack the Player if spotted, though they provide an easy battle. After reaching Orgemon in its room, a battle will be engaged, and after it's defeated, Orgemon will abandon its fortress and escape again. If the player comes back to this area, Nanimon will be found.
In Freezeland an angry Whamon will request the Player's help because Orgemon stole and took away its cave, so the Player has to ferry on Whamon to its cave, where Orgemon, with several Gabumon and a Waru Seadramon await for the Player, into another battle. Once it's defeated for the third time, Orgemon will escape again, and Whamon will join the Village of Beginnings.
The last encounter takes place inside the Drill Tunnel, with a third attempt of Orgemon taking territory. The Player will engage into another battle and, after defeated, Orgemon will lament itself how he's never been able to defeat the Player and ends up joining the Village of Beginnings and finally ending all sources of his crimes. Orgemon doesn't really do much in the Village other than stacking up Prosperity Points, but it says it's patrolling the city and keeping it safe.
- At least 1000 HP and 100 Offense stat requirement
- More than 5 Care Mistakes
- A Weight between 25 to 35g
- Bonus conditions: Battle more than 15 times and have at least 28 different techniques mastered.
Orgemon's evolution item is the Spike Club which lets any Child Digimon evolve into Orgemon.
Orgemon has 4 possible evolutions depending on the stats and Care Mistakes made:
- Scumon (When its Poop Gauge is full).
- Vademon (When you scold it when its age reaches 15 days old, though this has a 50% chance of happening).
Finishing Technique - Haouken:
Upon contact with the enemy, Orgemon will use its bone club and smash it on the enemy.
Orgemon is an obtainable Adult level, Virus Attribute, Land Type Digimon. It can be found in File Island Mansion – Right. One also fights alongside Devimon in his final boss battle.
Orgemon appears as an obtainable Adult-level Black/Darkness card, whose stats are:
- HP: 1050
- DP: 40
- +P: 10
- Circle attack: 530
- Triangle attack: 320
- X attack: 0, Triangle Counter
- Support Ability: Discard all of your Power cards and multiply your attack power by the number of cards discarded.
Orgemon's attacks are Haouken, Hone Konbou and Feint Punch.
Can be evolved from Goburimon if above level 7 and Attack above 70, or can be found at Data Forest. It can evolve to Etemon if above level 33 and Beast EXP above 3500, or Archnemon if above level 16. He also appears as a boss Digimon at Data Forest.
Orgemon is one of Titamon's subordinates.
Orgemon plays a similar role as he did in the Digimon Adventure anime, though with several appearances in game-only sub-episodes. He serves as an NPC, a boss and a temporary playable character in certain episodes.
A third Orgemon appeared in the Real World in Episode 25, "Koromon, the Great Clash in Tokyo!" in front of Yagami Taichi, Koromon and Yagami Hikari. It quickly attacked the three, leaving a crater in the floor. Koromon attempted to fight it on his own, but Taichi reminded him that they had always fought together, causing him to evolve into Agumon once again.
This Orgemon is the thirtieth obligatory boss of the game, fighting Agumon at the end of Episode 25, "Koromon, the Great Clash in Tokyo!". It can power up after taking damage with Anger, and can deal damage with Hone Konbou and Haouken. Upon being defeated, it drops the Shock Attack DigiPiece, which allows the equipped Digimon to perform the technique of the same name, which deals damage and Shock to one enemy.
Orgemon appears in the Scheme of the Demon Lords chapter (策謀の魔王篇 Sakubō no Maō-hen) as the minion of Barbamon. It is also an obtainable Digimon which is evolved from Goburimon, Betamon, Gabumon or Tyumon, and can evolve to Digitamamon, Etemon or Waru Monzaemon. It can also be obtained as a collectible card. Its card is part of the The Ogre's Way of Life (鬼の生き様 Oni no Ikizama) set.
Orgemon is an enemy Digimon in Area 06 and 07.
Orgemon is an enemy Digimon.
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