Voice actor(s):Miwa Matsumoto (Japanese, 01 and 02)
Kae Araki (Japanese, Frontier)
Laura Summer (English, 01 and 02)
Bridget Hoffman (English, Frontier, Revenge of Diaboromon)
Dave Mallow (English, Angemon)
Miriam Flischer(Portuguese speaked in Brazil)
Partner(s):Endrit Turtulli
Armor Digivolution
Pegasusmon (Digi-Egg of Hope)
DNA Digivolution (+ Ankylomon)

Patamon (パタモン?) is a Digimon creature from the Japanese Digimon media franchise.

"Patamon" is the name that all members of this particular Digimon species share. There are several different Patamon that appear in various Digimon anime and manga series.

The most well-known appearance of Patamon is in the Digimon Adventure and Digimon Adventure 02 anime as the partner of T.K. Takaishi.

The Patamon of Digimon Adventure/02 also appears in all of the Digimon Adventure/02 related movies.

A Patamon appears in Digimon Frontier as what has hatched from Seraphimon's digi-egg which was taken care of by Bokomon after Seraphimon was defeated by Mercurymon.


Patamon is a main character in Digimon Adventure and Digimon Adventure 02, as well as the movies Digimon Adventure (The movie), Our War Game!, The Golden Digimentals and Diaboromon Strikes Back. Patamon can be seen as one of the most important Digimon throughout the first season, because without him Devimon would never have been defeated and Myotismon would have killed Kari and Piedmon would have won the final battle.

Patamon is the playful Digimon partner of T.K.. In Digimon Adventure, Patamon was the last of the Digi-Destined Digimon to achieve his Champion form, and the last again to achieve his Ultimate form.

T.K. returns as a main character in the second Digimon Adventure 02 season, as does Patamon. Because of the Digimon Emperor's control spires, Patamon was no longer able to Digivolve into his Champion form, and instead fought in his Armor form - Pegasusmon.

In the series, Patamon has a childish, sensitive personality.


  • Boom Bubble (Air Shot): Patamon's body inflates as he gulps in air - which he then shoots forward from his mouth.
  • Slamming Attack (Body Slam): Patamon charges at his enemy attempting to knock them out (Very unlikely to work though).


Patamon is a small cute orange flying guinea pig like creature with light blue eyes and bat-like wings, which could possibly be his ears. This mammal digimon has also been considered to look like a mouse or pig with wings.

Other Forms

The name "Patamon" refers to only the Rookie form of this Digimon. Throughout the series, Patamon gains the ability to Digivolve into a number of more powerful forms (each with a different name). However, the Rookie form remains as the most common and preferred form, due to the amount of energy required to stay in a higher form.



Poyomon (ポヨモン?)

Poyomon is Patamon's Fresh form. Poyomon's name comes from the Japanese word "poyon", an adjective which means "soft and mushy". In Digimon Adventure-Adventure 02's American version, he is voiced by Peggy O'Neal.

After Angemon sacrificed himself to defeat Devimon, Patamon's data was reconfigured into a Digi-Egg. As the DigiDestined departed for the Continent of Server, the Digi-Egg hatched into Patamon's Fresh form Poyomon.


  • Bubble Blow (Acid Bubbles): An attack that fires bubbles from the mouth.



Tokomon (トコモン?)

Tokomon is the In-Training form of Patamon. The name "Tokomon" comes from "tokoton", a Japanese word meaning "the very last".

T.K. first meets Tokomon immediately upon his arrival into the Digital World, and the two formed a strong bond very quickly. Tokomon later digivolves into Patamon when the DigiDestined children were in danger from Kuwagamon. When Patamon is reconfigured after the battle with Devimon, he hatches as Poyomon and digivolves to this form again in the Koromon Village.

While he normally appears to be harmless and cute, it is notable that when in danger Tokomon will open his mouth, which reveals layers of huge shark-like fangs, first displayed when attacking Kuwagamon during the first episode of Digimon Adventures.


  • Bubble Blow (Acid Bubbles): An attack that involves firing bubbles from the mouth.



Angemon (エンジェモン Enjemon?)

Angemon is the Champion form of Patamon. Angemon is a six-winged angel dressed in white and blue clothing. Like many other humanoid Digimon, such as Angewomon and Kazemon, his eyes are covered by his helmet and are never seen, giving him the appearance of a blind prophet.

Angemon appears for the first time during the final fight against Devimon. Devimon had already defeated the other six DigiDestined and their partner Digimon, and when he attempted to grab T.K., Patamon jumped in front of T.K. and finally Digivolved into his Champion form Angemon. In a final desperate attempt to defeat Devimon, Angemon sacrificed himself. Angemon was reborn as a Digi-Egg, soon hatching as Poyomon who would eventually Digivolve to Patamon again.

The second appearance of Angemon occurred in the Real World during the battle between Myotismon and WereGarurumon, in which he forces the former to retreat in a seeming moment of victory when he joins the battle.

Angemon is a very powerful Champion Digimon - his primary attack, the Hand of Fate is very effective against Virus Digimon, particularly the dark or undead type. Even Myotismon (an Ultimate level Digimon) was unable to dissipate it and cringed in pain after being struck, despite nullifying the attacks of the other partner Digimon in their Ultimate forms, and Phantomon (another Ultimate level Digimon) was completely destroyed by a glancing blow. Interestingly, the only Digimon Angemon is unable to defeat are those who are of the Mega level as well as Ultimate Digimon that are not inherently evil or undead; namely the Dark Masters, VenomMyotismon and Okuwamon, although he was able to hold off Piedmon for a few minutes.

He appeared during Transcendent Evolution!! The Golden Digimentals, Angemon and Angewomon appeared to fight Cherubimon. Later on, he Digivolved to Seraphimon to release the Golden Digi-Eggs.

After the Digimon Emperor was defeated and his block against Digivolution lifted, Patamon had the natural ability to once again assume his Champion form. However, his main attack, Hand of Fate, was useless against the majority of Digimon the Digidestined had to fight since they where created from Control Spires. This meant they where not real Digimon and Angemon's attack only affected evil Digimon. For that reason, Pegasusmon was still used as his primary fighting form until Angemon and Ankylomon unlocked the power of DNA Digivolution.

During Revenge of Diaboromon, Angemon and Angewomon appeared to help Omnimon fight Diaboromon. The angels pinned him down as Omnimon impaled Diaboromon before he appeared in the Real World as Armageddemon.

Angemon is Patamon's Champion digivolution in both Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer and Digimon Tamers: Digimon Medley. .


  • Hand of Fate (Heaven's Knuckle): Angemon fires a beam of highly potent sacred energy from his fist, most powerful against purest evil.
  • Angel Rod (Hot Rod): A strike using the staff he carries.
  • Angel Staff (Holy Staff): Spins his staff to block incoming attacks.
  • Angel's Requiem (God Typhoon): Spins his staff to create a whirlwind, repelling nearby enemies.


  • Angemon is the narrator for the remainder of Digimon Adventure, starting from the second-half of The Story of the Eighth Child (The Myotismon Saga). Perhaps ironically, it is also worth noting Tom Wyner (the voice actor of Devimon) was the narrator of Digimon Adventure 02.



HolyAngemon (ホーリーエンジェモン MagnaAngemon?)

MagnaAngemon (HolyAngemon in the original Japanese) is Patamon's natural Ultimate form. His main attack is Gate of Destiny .He carries the sword Excalibur, which allows him to open it. In Digimon Adventure-Adventure 02, he is voiced by Dave Mallow (US) and Miwa Matsumoto (Japan).

MagnaAngemon is Patamon's natural Ultimate form. He carries the sword Excalibur, which allows him to open the Gate of Destiny. Piedmon, the last of the Dark Masters, had been able to turn almost all the DigiDestined children and their Digimon into key chains (besides T.K & Kari; Mimi was away at the time, so she was safe also). Patamon digivolved to Angemon and joined the fight, but was easily defeated by Piedmon. After seeing T.K.'s willingness to never give up, Angemon finally digivolved into MagnaAngemon, and overwhelmed Piedmon. Using the Magna Antidote ability, MagnaAngemon was able to restore all the DigiDestined and their Digimon. MagnaAngemon then helped WarGreymon and MetalGarurumon defeat Piedmon. It was MagnaAngemon who finally finished off Piedmon with his Gate of Destiny which WarGreymon and MetalGarurumon blasted him into after it sucked in the rest of Piedmon's army. He made very few appearances in Digimon Adventure, appearing only to fight Piedmon and Apocalymon.

When TK used the crest power to free the Digimon Sovereigns, Patamon lost the power to become MagnaAngemon until Azulongmon gave one of his DigiCores to the Digi-Destined Digimon three years later. This re-enabled their lost ability to Digivolve to their ultimate forms.

MagnaAngemon makes brief appearances in Digimon Adventure 02. Angemon uses the power of one of the Destiny Stones to digivolve into MagnaAngemon and fight the nearly invincible BlackWarGreymon. Despite being only an Ultimate level Digimon, MagnaAngemon was able to fight evenly with the Mega level BlackWarGreymon. He nearly banishes BlackWarGreymon with his Gate of Destiny, but BlackWarGreymon destroys the Destiny Stone, cutting off MagnaAngemon's power source and causing him to de-digivolve and his attack to dissipate. MagnaAngemon's unusually high power for an Ultimate Digimon parallels that of his Champion form, Angemon, who is strong enough to defeat many Virus-type Ultimates, like his female counterpart Angewomon. MagnaAngemon also appears during the World Tours Arc where he teams up with MetalGreymon and Kiwimon to fight Mamemon, BigMamemon, MetalMamemon and Giromon where Tai and TK send them back to the Digital world. MagnaAngemon also appears to fight SkullSatamon, but is beaten because of the partner Digimon being in the real world for far too long. The last time he appears is when TK helps Patamon digivolve into his three forms: Angemon, Pegasusmon and MagnaAngemon, where they all attack MaloMyotismon, but they then vanish when they cross into the Digital world.

MagnaAngemon is Patamon's Ultimate digivolution in both Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer and Digimon Tamers: Digimon Medley.


  • Gate of Destiny (Heaven's Gate): MagnaAngemon creates a large portal that sucks in the data from enemy Digimon.
  • Magna Antidote (Holy Disinfection): An all-purpose healing ability used to restore the Digidestined and their Digimon from their Keychained forms.
  • Holy Sword/Shield (Excalibur): A powerful strike, or block from MagnaAngemon's sword.
  • Aurora Beam (Magna Beam): A beam of light unleashed from behind MagnaAngemon's Gate of Destiny.



Pegasusmon (ペガスモン Pegasumon?, Pegasmon)

Pegasusmon, the "Flying/Galloping Hope" (or "the hope that gallops across the skies" in Japan), is the form Patamon becomes when he Armor Digivolves using the Digi-Egg of Hope. In Japanese, he's called Pegasmon. In Digimon Adventure-Adventure 02, he is voiced by Dave Mallow(US) and Miwa Matsumoto (Japan).

Patamon first became Pegasusmon when the Digi-Egg of Hope was found. Patamon and his partner T.K., along with Kari and Gatomon had ended up in a cave after escaping from attacking Tyrannomon. T.K. managed to lift the Digi-Egg and evoked its power, allowing Patamon to Armor Digivolve to Pegasusmon.

After Ken renounced his evil persona, Pegasusmon was no longer needed as Patamon could now Digivolve naturally. Pegasusmon was used as a means of transportation around the Digital World, and appeared one last time during the battle with MaloMyotismon.

Its name comes from Pegasus, the flying horse.


  • Star Shower (Shooting Star): Pegasusmon shoots a cluster of stars from his wings.
  • Equus Beam (Silver Blaze): Shoots a green beam from his forehead.
  • Wind Mane/Mane Wind (Needle Rain): Pegasusmon sends out a shower of needles from his mane.
  • Golden Noose (Sanctuary Bind): Pegasusmon partners with Nefertimon to bind enemies with a rope of golden light. One end of the light comes from Pegasusmon's "Boots" and the other end comes from the "Boots" Nefertimon wears.



Shakkoumon (シャッコウモン?)

Shakkoumon is an Ultimate Level Mutant digimon who is the DNA Digivolved form of Angemon and Ankylomon, combining the features and armor attributes of a Dino-type Digimon with the powers of an Angel type. Its form and name are based around the Shakōkidogū. In Digimon Adventure-Adventure 02, he is voiced by Dave Mallow and Robert Axelrod (US), and Miwa Matsumoto and Megumi Urawa (Japan).

Shakkoumon was first formed when the DigiDestined were about to battle BlackWarGreymon in an effort to protect the very last Destiny Stone in episode 36. Both Cody Hida and T.K. knew they could not let the artificial Digimon destroy everyone, despite BlackWarGreymon's reasons. Their Digimon partners, Angemon and Ankylomon were able to DNA digivolve at that point, forming Shakkoumon, who teamed up with Paildramon and Silphymon to fight BlackWarGreymon.


  • Justice Beam/Harmonious Spirit (アラミタマ Aramitama[1]): Shakkoumon shoots reddish-orange beams out of his eyes.
  • Kachina Bombs/Ruling Spirit/Clay Bombs (ニギミタマ Nigimitama[2]): A hole around his waist opens up to launch exploding clay disks at enemies.
  • Heaven's Ray: Shakkoumon absorbs data energy from nearby computers or other technology and uses it to fire a beam from his chest.



Seraphimon (セラフィモン Serafimon?)

Seraphimon is Patamon's Mega form. The name Seraphimon comes from the word Seraph (plural Seraphim) which is a rank of angel. In Digimon Adventure-Adventure 02, he is voiced by Jamieson Price (US) and Nobuyuki Hiyama (Japan).

Seraphimon is a Seraph Digimon whose names and design are derived from the mythological Seraph. As one of the "Celestial Digimon", it is the executor of the enlightened God's laws.[2] It is dressed in shining, silver, holy armor and possesses ten golden wings. As the highest-ranked being among Angel Digimon, it rules over them all. Although its true face and personality is hidden behind a mask and cannot be glimpsed, it is the being closest to the Being of Goodness called "God". It is told that when it descends for the final battle against evil beings, it will purify everything. Also, it is said that Daemon, who fell to the Dark Area and became a Demon Lord Digimon, was originally a Seraphimon.[3] It bears the Crest of Hope on its plackart, and the DigiCode on its breechcloth reads DC su.pngDC be.pngDC te.pngDC ha.pngDC wa.pngDC re.pngDC to.pngDC to.pngDC mo.pngDC ni.png (全ては我と共に, Subete wa ware to tomoni?, lit. "All is with me").


  • Strike of the Seven Stars (Seven Heavens): Seraphimon fires seven orbs of energy on the enemy digimon.
  • Hallowed Knuckle (Divine Breaker): Seraphimon calls down a bolt of lightning.
  • Hallowed Ascension (Hallow Ascension): Seraphimon discharges a shockwave from his wings.


  • Patamon has one song "Don't Stop Patapata" and another one with Takeru (better known as T.K.) Takaishi (voiced by Taisuke Yamato) called "Steppin' Out".
  • In every season Patamon was last to obtain his champion evolution stage on screen, ultimate level HolyAngemon, Digi-egg Pegasusmon (except to the three new Digidestined's second set of Digieggs, Friendship, Sincerity, and Reliability), DNA-stage Shakkoumon, yet out of all of the second generation only he and Gatomon/Salamon could obtain Ultimate and Mega-level digivolution on their own.
  • In the Digimon Adventure 02 CD drama The Road to Armor Evolution (道へのアーマー進化, Michi e no Armor Shinka), as TK unintentionally picks Kari's D-Terminal, Patamon Armor Digivolves with the DigiEgg of Light, resulting in Manbomon.
  • Ironically, while Angemon is only Patamon's Champion-level Digivolution, his counterpart, Angewomon is Gatomon's Ultimate-level Digivolution, as Gatomon herself is a Champion-level, Salamon being the Rookie-level. In another bout of irony, Angemon seems as powerful as any Ultimate-level Digimon encountered by the Digidestined of Digimon Adventure 01 or 02.


  1. Aramitama 荒御魂 is the name of a violent and valiant spirit.
  2. Misspelling of Nikimitama 和御魂, the name of a mild and virtuous spirit.

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