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Name & Etymology
Design & Analysis

Attack Techniques[edit]

Name Translation Kanji/Kana Romanization Dub Description
Crystal no Hahen [3] Crystal Shards クリスタルの破片 Kurisutaru no Hahen Crystal Shards[3] [N 1]
Kyodaina Crystal [3] Gigantic Crystal 巨大なクリスタル Kyodaina Kurisutaru Huge Crystal[3] Summons a gigantic crystal and fires it at the opponent.[5]
Jikoshūfuku [3] Self-Repair 自己修復 N/A Self-Restore[3] Regenerates damaged parts of its body.[6]


Evolves From[edit]

Evolves To[edit]



Digimon Savers[edit]

Yggdrasill is the host computer of the Digital World.


Digimon Next[edit]

Yggdrasill is the host computer of the Digital World.

Barbamon fused with Yggdrasill.

Digimon Xros Wars[edit]

As shown in a flashback in "Xros Miracle!! Reel in a Sliver of Hope!", after Bagramon had half his body burnt by Homeostasis, he discovered Yggdrasill, who he referred to as "the main server of the gods" and "the tree of information". He then cut part of it to replace the half of his body he lost and extend his life, which gave him great power and vast knowledge.

Before this event, the AI that controlled Yggdrasill brought its logical thinking to an extreme and saw the Real World as a threat to be destroyed. It was then destroyed itself by Daimon Masaru and Shine Greymon, and Homeostasis was created based on that incident as a calm, protective god.

Daimon Masaru and Shine Greymon confronting Yggdrasill_7D6

Video Games[edit]

Digimon Collectors[edit]

Yggdrasill_7D6 is the final boss of the game. It can only be obtained as a collectible card.

Digimon Crusader[edit]

Digimon World Re:Digitize Decode[edit]

Yggdrasill_7D6 from Digimon World Re:Digitize Decode

After being sealed inside the Infinity Mountain, Yggdrasill is reactivated in order to be the responsible of repairing the Digital World from the damage caused by the lifeform Vitium. The only solution Yggdrasill can reuse consists of activating the X-Program. Because of this program, the Royal Knights Dukemon X and Omegamon X appear in the Digital World, wondering what are Yggdrasill's reasons to reactivate the program and repeat such tragedy.

Yggdrasill appears when the protagonist (Rina or Taiga, player's choice) reaches the 12th floor of the Infinity Mountain. Yggdrasill then takes control of DORUguremon and forces him evolve to Death-X-mon. Once Death-X-mon is defeated, it confronts directly the protagonist and his companions, arguing it has already made a backup of the Digital World. Yuuya helps actively in this battle. When Yggdrasill is defeated, the X-Program is stopped.

Yggdrasill reappears at level 100 when the protagonist decides to go up to the 100th floor of the Infinity Mountain. To make Yggdrasill appear, the player must have overcome the 100 floors without being defeated once. Since this second version of Yggdrasill is stronger than the previous one (It is able to annihilate the protagonist's Digimon with a single attack), the protagonist will be assisted by Alphamon: Ouryuken, who wants to settle up with it for having been transformed him into Death-X-mon. Based on what is hinted in the game, this Yggdrasill may be the same as the one of Digital Monster X-evolution.

Yggdrasill can only be obtained as a collectible card.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth[edit]

Digimon World -next 0rder-[edit]

Digimon World -next 0rder- International Edition[edit]

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

Virtual Pets[edit]


Digimon Web released a promotional sprite for Yggdrasill_7D6 that was meant to be a downloadable character for Japanese cell phones, but it was never actually available.


Card Game Alpha
Digimon Card Game

Image Gallery[edit]

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Virtual Pets[edit]

Yggdrasill vpet.gif
Digimon Web

Additional information[edit]

References Notes
  1. This attack is probably the one depicted in episode 47 of Digimon Savers as 7D6 summoning and firing a barrage of crystals.