Three Great Angels

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The Three Great Angels (三大天使 "Sandaitenshi"?, lit. "Three Archangels") are a group of Ultimate level Angel Digimon who are charged to protect the central Kernel of the Digital World, the domain of God, and to lead its Army, though each of them has a unique secondary duty.[1] They are also allies of the Royal Knights.[2]

Because of the extreme of being positioned near the ultimate "Goodness", they each have another side that easily dyes their body with the other extreme of "Wickedness":[3] Demon is said to be a fallen Seraphimon,[4] Lilithmon and Ofanimon: Falldown Mode are fallen Ofanimon,[5][6] and Cherubimon (Vice) is a fallen Cherubimon (Virtue).[7]

The Three Great Angels were created to face the rebellious Son of God, Lucemon.[2] When he descended to the Ancient Digital World and instigated a conflict between good and evil,[8] God divided three of its own aspects and gave one to each of his three apostles, The Three Great Angels, who would be in charge of directing God's Army in order to fight against all the Fallen Angel digimon. These three apostles were: the highest ranking among the "Male Angel" digimon, who became the absolute guardian of the order and justice of God, Seraphimon; the database who holds the vast knowledge of God, Cherubimon, who is also the highest ranking among the "Holy Beast" digimon; and, embodying the deep love of God, the symbol of the existence of the Female Angels, Ofanimon.[2] It is said that Lucemon's abilities have now been inherited and split among the Three Great Angels.[9]

Members[edit]

The Three Great Angels
三大天使 Sandaitenshi
Name Duty Alternate Form X-Antibody
Seraphimon is the highest-ranking angel and protects God's law. Black Seraphimon
Cherubimon is the angel who protects God's wisdom. Cherubimon (Vice) Cherubimon (Virtue) / Cherubimon (Vice)
Ofanimon is the angel who protects God's love. Ofanimon: Falldown Mode Ofanimon / Ofanimon: Falldown Mode

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Anime[edit]

Digimon Frontier[edit]

The Three Great Angels were chosen to rule the Digital World succeeding the defeat of Lucemon by the Warrior Ten. The ten warriors, badly weakened with their battle, died and passed their spirits, splitting into a Human Spirit (Human Hybrid) and a Beast Spirit (Beast Hybrid) and their spirits were entrusted to the Three Great Angels.

  • Cherubimon was Entrusted: Darkness, Steel, Water, Earth, and Wood
  • Ofanimon was Entrusted: Fire, Ice and Thunder

Manga[edit]

Digimon Chronicle X[edit]

Video Games[edit]

Digimon Frontier: Battle Spirit[edit]

Digimon Story: Sunburst & Moonlight[edit]

Digimon Collectors[edit]

Digimon Crusader[edit]

Digimon World Re:Digitize[edit]

The Three Great Angels appear as a collectable card set.

Digimon World Re:Digitize Decode[edit]

Ofanimon appears in the Scheme of the Demon Lords chapter (策謀の魔王篇 Sakubō no Maō-hen) guiding the protagonist through putting an end to Barbamon's plans. Seraphimon appears later in the same chapter, to help the protagonist to weaken Lucemon: Satan Mode before the final battle.

The Three Great Angels besides appear as a collectable card set.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth[edit]

After Aiba collects all of the Three Great Angels medals, the Medal Man rewards them with and INT Attach A, a CRT Attach A, and a Full Revival Spray x 3.

Digimon World -next 0rder-[edit]

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker's Memory[edit]

Seraphimon and Cherubimon (Virtue) hire Amasawa Keisuke hoping he would help them decide on who will marry Ofanimon. They decide to fight Keisuke, and the winner gets to marry Ofanimon. They both lose however, so promise to have a rematch with Keisuke one day so they can decide who gets to marry Ofanimon.

After Keisuke collects all of the Three Great Angels medals, the Medal Man rewards him with an INT Attach A, a CRT Attach A, and a Full Revival Spray x 3.

V-Pets[edit]

Trivia[edit]

The Three Great Angels are derived from the three highest angelic choirs of the Christian angelic hierarchy developed by Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite, as well as the three archangels recognized by the Roman Catholic Church.

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References Notes