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Revision as of 19:03, 11 July 2018

Profile
Name & Etymology
Debut
English
Japanese
Key
Contents

Attack Techniques

Name Translation Kanji/Kana Romanization Description
Tenryūzanha [4] Divine Dragon Slash Ripper 天竜斬破 N/A Accelerates Fragarach with a spin of its body and then drives the blade vertically through the opponent's skull, cutting them in half.
Shouryūzanpa [4] Rising Dragon Slash Wave 昇竜斬波 N/A Refines a dragon wave with Fragarach and then releases it directed from the bottom part to the top, cutting the opponent down with the sword's pressure alone.
Kouryūzanba [4] Biting Dragon Slash Blade 咬竜斬刃 N/A Gets in close to the opponent and then curls Fragarach around them, shaving off their whole body with the entwined blade.

Evolution

Evolves From

Evolves To

Appearances

Anime

Manga

Video Games

Digimon Championship

Can be evolved from Wingdramon.

Digimon RPG

Digimon Masters

Digimon Life

Digimon Collectors

Digimon Crusader

Digimon Fortune

Digimon Linkz

Virtual Pets

Digimon Xros Loader

Digital Monster Ver.20th

Digimon Pendulum Ver.20th

TCG

Card Game Alpha
Battle Terminal
Super Digica Taisen
Digimon xros wars super digica taisen logo.png


Image Gallery

Virtual Pets

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Digital Monster Ver.20th D-1 Grand Prix
(Digital Monster Ver.20th)

Additional Information

References Notes
  1. 1.0 1.1 Dracomon was originally designed to have a third, "Yellow" line, which would be designed as the "Almighty Dragon" (全能竜 Zen'nouryū) ruling over both heaven and earth, alongside the blue "Heavenly Dragon" (天竜 Tenryū) and green "Earthly Dragon" (地竜 Jiryū) lines. Slayerdramon was originally intended to be the Ultimate form of this line, as opposed to the Blue line which originally used Examon.