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Dragomon is a minor villain in the Digimon series including Digimon Fusion season 3 and he also made a cameo appearance in Digimon Adventure 02.
Dragomon is an Ultimate Level Digimon that resembles a Cthulhu-based sea monster with scaly blue skin and scarlet-orange bat wings, wearing purple prayer beads and he also wields a trident as a weapon.
Digimon Adventure 02
Dragomon is also known as the "Dark Undersea Master". He is the ruler of the mysterious realm known as the Dark Ocean, and was served by the Scubamon who all worship him. Though the Scubamon were enslaved by the Digimon Emperor and attempted to take Kari upon her releasing them, they decided to return to their master. After Kari and T.K. left for their world, Dragomon's shadowed form emerges from the Dark Ocean.
Digimon Fusion (season 3)
Dragomon was going after a Plesiomon who wanted to capture him, but Tagiru and the others managed to stop Dragomon. Dragon brainwashed Mizuki, but Tagiru snapped her out of the possesion. With the help of Submarimon, Arresterdramon defeated Dragomon, and Tagiru captured him as well.
Video Game appearances
Digimon World 2
Dragomon digivolves from Octomon, and can digivolve further into Pukumon.
Digimon World 3
Dragomon can be found in Amaterasu's Seabed towards West Sector.
Digimon World DS
Dragomon digivolves from Sukamon. Dragomon also appears while at Training Peak, he is however destroyed by Cyberdramon's Erase Claw (who appeared just in time with his Tamer Yuji), these events take place after Calumon asks you to find him a Digi-Cake. Dragomon is sometimes found in the Drain Tunnel.
Digimon World Dawn/Dusk
Dragomon can digivolve to Neptunemon. Dragomon can be found in Macro Sea. To degenerate to Dragomon, Neptunmon must be at least LV 38 with 4100 dark exp, but only if you have befriended Dragomon.
- Forbidden Trident.
- Tentacle Flapping.
- Thousand Whip.
- Tentacle Claw.
- Dragomon's name is derived from the mythical deity Dagon.
- Dagon's physical appearance is both one of the Great Old Ones from the works of H.P. Lovecraft, and the mythological Umibōzu.
- Dragomon's first appearance was in the 13th episode of Digimon Adventure 02.