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Name & Etymology

Attack Techniques[edit]

Name Translation Kanji/Kana Romanization Dub Description
Ichi-no-tachi [1] First Tachi 壱の太刀 N/A Earth Shaker Stabs the ground once with Jatetsufūjin-maru, generating an earthquake.
Ni-no-tachi [1] Second Tachi 弐の太刀 N/A Tectonic Tremor/Secondary Tactic Stabs the ground twice with Jatetsufūjin-maru, awakening one hundred dead warriors.
San-no-tachi [1] Third Tachi 参の太刀 N/A Earth Hammer Stabs the ground thrice with Jatetsufūjin-maru, collapsing the surrounding land with a shock wave.
Tanegashima [1]
タネガシマ N/A Primary Tactic Flips the gun-muzzles on its back at the opponent, then fires an immense destructive blast.
Kishintotsu [1] Wild God's Thrust 鬼神突 N/A Penetrating Blast Thrusts Jatetsufūjin-maru at the opponent with incredible force.
Hoshiwari [1] Star-splitter 星割り N/A

Shi-no-tachi [6][N 1] Death Tachi 死の太刀 N/A Ultimate Tactic Coalesces all of its energy into Jatetsufūjin-maru and slashes downward.
Tenshukaku [7] Castle Keep 天守閣 N/A
Thrusts the Jatetsufūjin-maru into the ground, creating a small mountain range.
San-no-tachi Kai Chitsuikaku [8] Third Tachi Revision Earth-hammering Tower 三の太刀・改 地鎚閣 N/A
Stabs the ground thrice with Jatetsufūjin-maru, exploding the surrounding land.
Go-no-tachi Goryounaku [9][N 2] Englightenment Tachi: Five-sided Fortification 悟の太刀 五稜郭 N/A
Slashes with the Jatetsufūjin-maru five times, generating deadly shockwaves.
Mu-no-tachi Rikudourin'ne [10][N 3] Nothingness Tachi: Six Realms of Saṃsāra 無の太刀 六道輪廻 N/A
Slashes with the Jatetsufūjin-maru six times, generating a massive vortex.


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Digimon Xros Wars & The Evil Death General and the Seven Kingdoms[edit]

Tactimon is one of the leaders of the Bagra Army. He is the first officer faced by Xros Heart and the first of them to be killed. He clashes with Xros Heart and Blue Flare on several occasions before being blown into the human world by Shoutmon X5B and Greymon. In the human world, he absorbs its digital power, grows gigantic and essentially goes mad with power. However, with the courage of Hinomoto Akari and the friendship of Tsurugi Zenjirou, combined with the power of the Omegamon DigiMemory, Shoutmon evolves into Omega Shoutmon and defeats Tactimon with Beat Slash before he can destroy the city. In the second arc, Bagramon highlights its help to carry out their ultimate goal, the D5, and indirectly facilitates the DigiMemories of Examon and War Greymon to approach the Human World.

Tactimon from Xros Wars
Tactimon using Ichi-no-Tachi

Digimon Xros Wars: The Young Hunters Who Leapt Through Time[edit]


The Jatetsufūjin-maru's true form unleashed

Digimon Xros Wars[edit]

Tactimon is one of the three officers of the Bagra Army. He is said to be the strongest of them and proves to be an incredibly tough opponent. In the past, he fought against three of the Royal Knights and gained victory, in the process wounding Ulforce V-dramon's eyes. He also battled Omegamon at Yggdrasill's stem along with Bagramon. His sword, the Jatetsufūjin-maru, was built by Bagramon from the data of Susanoomon's ZERO-ARMS: Orochi. In the end, Tactimon is defeated by Shoutmon EX6 and Shooting Starmon, and he graciously congratulates his opponents for the great battle before vanishing.

Video Games[edit]

Digimon Life[edit]

Digimon Xros Arena[edit]

Digimon Story: Super Xros Wars Blue & Red[edit]

Digimon Collectors[edit]

Digimon Crusader[edit]

Digimon Fortune[edit]

Digimon Fusion Fighters[edit]

Digimon All-Star Rumble[edit]

Tactimon is only obtainable as a collectible DigiCard.

Virtual Pets[edit]

Digimon Xros Loader[edit]

Digimon Fusion Loader[edit]

Tactimon is an unobtainable Boss Digimon.


Super Digica Taisen


Digimon Xros Archive
Digimon Jintrix
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Super Digica Taisen[edit]

Tactimon is a boss Digimon in the arcade version of the game[11]

Image Gallery[edit]

Virtual Pets[edit]

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Digimon Xros Loader

Additional Information[edit]

References Notes
  1. This attack is a pun on the naming scheme of Tactimon's previous attacks. "Death" (死, shi) is homophonous to "Four" (四, shi).
  2. This attack is a pun on the naming scheme of Tactimon's previous attacks. "Englightenment" (悟, Go) is homophonous to "Five" (五, Go). Also, Goryounaku is a reference to the star fort of the same name, renowned for being the site of the last battle of the Boshin War.
  3. This attack is a pun on the naming scheme of Tactimon's previous attacks. "Nothingness" (無, Mu) is homophonous to "Six" (六, Mu).