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Digimon World 4

2005 video game

Digimon World 4, known as Digimon World X (デジモンワールドX, Dejimon Wārudo X) in Japan, is an action role-playing video game for the PlayStation 2, GameCube, and Xbox developed by BEC and published by Bandai as part of their Digimon franchise. Unlike previous games in the Digimon World series, it features action-based hack and slash gameplay and supports up to four players. Each player plays as either an Agumon, a Veemon, a Guilmon, and a Dorumon. The game is loosely based on the 2005 Digital Monster X-Evolution film, even using footage from the movie itself. The Gamecube version was not released in the PAL Region.


The game's protagonists are members of the "D.S.G. (Digital Security Guard)". Based on Digital Monster X-Evolution, it is immediately revealed that a computer virus known as the "X-virus" is spreading quickly and is infecting many Digimon. "The Yamato Server" has disappeared, and a new server known as "The Doom Server" has taken its place. They are sent to the first area of the game named Death Valley to search for Chief Leomon. When it is completed the player finds out that The Doom Server may in fact be The Yamato Server. The player is then sent to destroy the "Doom Dome". This is where the first real boss appears, Apocalymon. The player is then sent to Dry Land to stop the X-Virus spreading and must defeat MaloMyotismon. They are then sent to the Venom Jungle to stop the Dread Note from launching and must then defeat Lucemon. They are then sent to the final area of the game Machine Pit to destroy the final boss Mecha Rogue X.


Digimon World 4allows four players to control their own Digimon simultaneously.

Digimon World 4 is an action role-playing game with elements of digital pet games.[1] The game offers a choice of one of four starter Digimon: Dorumon, Veemon, Guilmon, and Agumon. Depending on what the player does in the game, the Digimon it selects and the level, it may gain a Digivolution. In this game the player does not use the Digimon powers but instead attacks the enemy by using weapons like swords, guns and axes.


Digimon World 4 was developed and published by Digimon series veteran Bandai. The game was first showcased at Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2004 with release planned for the summer.[1] It later enjoyed exhibition at E3 2005,[2] and had gone gold by June 2.[3] Specially marked copies of the game were packaged with a limited-edition Digimon trading card depicting a new Digimon called Dorumon.[4]



Digimon World 4 has received average to poor reviews from critics. It holds an average of 6.1 on IGN, which states "Digimon World 4 had the makings of a decent action role-playing game. Unfortunately, a myriad of issues bring it down. It has a wholly unsatisfying single-player game, made worse by a clunky camera and overly cheap enemies. It's also unbalanced, leaving players without any compatriots out in the cold. Bring in a few friends and things change drastically."[9] The game was also criticized for its similarities to Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles, yet "not coming close in terms of narrative, style and game mechanics," and for its drastically different style than the other Digimon World games.


  1. ^ abIGN Staff (March 26, 2004). "Pre-E3 2004: Digimon World 4". IGN. Archived from the original on April 5, 2004. Retrieved April 4, 2010.
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  3. ^Adams, David (June 2, 2005). "Digimon World 4 Spins into Orbit". IGN. Archived from the original on June 11, 2011. Retrieved April 4, 2010.
  4. ^Dunham, Jeremy (February 16, 2005). "A Bonus Goody for Digimon". IGN. Archived from the original on February 17, 2005. Retrieved April 4, 2010.
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  15. ^"Aggregate score for GameCube". Metacritic. Archived from the original on 2008-09-13.
  16. ^"Aggregate score for Xbox". Metacritic. Archived from the original on 2008-09-13.
  17. ^"Aggregate score for PlayStation 2". Metacritic.

External links[edit]

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Legend-Arms (「Legend-Arms」 or formerly 伝説の古代武器, Densetsu no Kodai Buki ; lit. "Legendary Ancient Weapons"), also referred to as Weapon Digimon[1] (武器デジモン, Buki Dejimon), are Digimon that specialize in carrying out transformations into giant, peerless weapons based on the master they choose, and which according to legend, "if held by an angel will save the world, and if held by a demon will destroy the world." Spadamon is the last, and the strongest, of the Weapon Digimon in the LS-tou Zone and was used as a trump card to pull the Zone from the edge of defeat from invaders, but when its powers and memories were sealed and it was hidden in a different Zone. The Zone was later occupied by the invading army, and the defeated Weapon Digimon went into stasis.[1]Durandamon is the strongest sword among the Legend-Arms, and Bryweludramon is the strongest shield.[2]


Digimon Story: Super Xros Wars Red & Blue[edit]

Digital Monster 20th Anniversary[edit]

Digimon Pendulum 20th Anniversary[edit]

Digimon Card Game[edit]

List of Legend-Arms[edit]




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The Legend-Arms (の,Densetsu no Kodai Buki?), also known as Weapon Digimon (武器デジモン,Buki Dejimon?), are unique Digimon who carry out transformations into giant, peerless weapons based on the master they choose, and which according to legend, "if held by an angel will save the world, and if held by a demon will destroy the world." The strongest sword among the Legend-Arms is Durandamon, while the strongest shield is said to be BryweLudramon.[1] The Legend-Arms in the LS-tou Zone used their strongest member, Spadamon, to repel invaders, but eventually, they seemingly sealed away its abilities and memories before releasing it in a different Zone, which allowed the invading army to occupy the Zone and force the other Legend-Arms into stasis.[2]


Digimon Story: Super Xros Wars Red and Blue

Spadamon is one of the main characters in the game as well as the mainstay of Fusion Fighters. It is said to be the last and strongest among the Legend-Arms and is handed down through legend as a being that "if held by an angel will save the world, and if held by a demon will destroy the world".

In the game, Spadamon trusts in the comrade that it acceptes as its master and consequently changes its shape. It can lend its power to either Shoutmon X4 or Shoutmon X5, forming Shoutmon X4S and Shoutmon X5S respectively, which vastly increases the user´s power. This singular ability can also be used when fighting an opponent that wields more than one weapon at a time, balancing or turning the tide of the battle and greatly improving the chance of triumph as the fight progresses. Although it is powerful when it becomes a weapon, as a Digimon its combat abilities are low.

The same as Spadamon, Armamon is the final antagonist of the game and also part of the group of the Legend-Arms. The Demon Lord Barbamon attempts to awaken this massive Digimon for use it as a weapon against Fusion Fighters, but is instead turned into its sword and used as a weapon himself. After Barbamon's mind awakens inside the sword folllowing a vicious battle, it manages to Force DigiFuse with Armamon into OmegaArmamon Burst Mode, who is finally destroyed for good by Fusion Fighters.

Digital Monster 20th Anniversary

Digimon Pendulum 20th Anniversary

List of Legend-Arms

Weapon Forms

See also

Notes and References

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Characters / Digimon Legend Arms

The Legend-Arms, also known as Weapon Digimon, are unique Digimon who carry out transformations into giant, peerless weapons based on the master they choose, and which according to legend, "if held by an angel will save the world, and if held by a demon will destroy the world." The strongest sword among the Legend-Arms is Durandamon, while the strongest shield is said to be Bryweludramon. The Legend-Arms in the LS-tou Zone used their strongest member, Spadamon, to repel invaders, but eventually, they seemingly sealed away its abilities and memories before releasing it in a different Zone, which allowed the invading army to occupy the Zone and force the other Legend-Arms into stasis.

Tropes applying to the Legend-Arms as a whole:

  • Living Weapon: The Legend-Arms are Digimon that can also turn into weapons.

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Debut:Digital Monster Ver.20th

One of the "Legend-Arms", who are capable of transforming themselves into weapons. A legend about the Legend-Arms goes, “if held by an angel it will save the world, and if held by a demon it will destroy the world.” Zubamon carries the ”Twentiest” data, and often shouts out “I am the Twentiest!” despite not understanding what it means. It despises crookedness, and is constantly seeking sharpness. A day where its battles, jokes, and sharpness turn out well will leave it in high spirits. Although it has a technique, "Twenty Dive", in which it charges head-first, Zubamon's true power is exhibited while it is in its weapon form.

Zubamon, along with its previous forms Sakumon and Sakuttomon, were created for Digimon's 20th anniversary

  • Absurdly Sharp Claws: Its "20 Scratch" note 20 is pronounced as "Two O" where it scratches with the claws on both hands.
  • Bling of War: Zubamon is covered in golden armor.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: The "Legend-Arms" Digimon were established back when Spadamon was introduced all the way back in 2010.
  • Living Weapon: Part and parcel of being a Legend-Arms.
  • Meaningful Name: Zuba comes from zubazuba meaning "straightforwardly".
  • Numerological Motif: 20, in keeping with it being created to celebrate the franchise's 20th anniversary.
  • Use Your Head: Its "Twenty Dive" where it charges head-first at the opponent.
  • You Keep Using That Word: He insists on claiming he's "the Twentiest" despite not knowing what that means.


Zubaeagermon (ZubaEagermon)


Debut:Digital Monster Ver.20th

"I, who am the Twentiest, will never halt! I'm going to keep on running forth!" With those words carved into Zubamon's heart, it evolved into a form that embodies that forward-charging style. Zubaeagermon's policy is simply to continue charging forth without pause, no matter if smooth or rough terrain awaits it, or even if it has to crawl and struggle to continue forward.

  • Absurdly Sharp Blade: By transforming itself into its prided sword form, it is able to slice through any enemy using 100% of its strength.
  • Bling of War: As with the rest of its line, it's golden.
  • Determinator: It will keep charging forth even if it has to crawl and struggle to do so!
  • Foe-Tossing Charge: Its preferred method of attack, even to the point of ignoring anything in its path. Its "Road T(w)o Decade" where it thrusts straight into the enemy's chest while shouting "Twentiestttt!!".
  • Living Weapon: Part and parcel of being a Legend-Arms.
  • Meaningful Name: Zuba comes from zubazuba meaning "straightforwardly".
  • Morph Weapon: As one of the Weapon Digimon, it's capable of turning into a weapon, in its case a sword.
  • Numerological Motif: Twenty. Like Zubamon, it even has the number emblazoned on its helmet-blade.
  • Spin Attack: Its "Vingtième" note Fra: "Twentieth" where it curls its body into a ball and spins towards the enemy, slicing them with its tail blade.
  • Unusual Weapon Mounting: It has a BFS on its tail and a second on its helmet.




Debut:Digital Monster Ver. 20th

Attacks:Grasslash, Blindead

As it continues to sprint forward, this Perfect level Digimon is a step closer to crossing into the world on the other side. Although it knows not what future awaits it, it continues training and tempering its swords to cut through any obstacles that stand in its way. When it transforms itself into a weapon, it uses the characteristic greatsword on its back to unleash countless varieties of attacks.




Debut:Digital Monster Ver. 20th

Attacks: (Original) Zwanglänzenote Twenty-Sparkling, Thron Messernote Throne Knife; (Dub) Zwei Glänze/Zwanglänze, Thron Messer

A Digimon possessing the ultimate holy blade, it evolved by honing its sword to its best ability and attaining data on 'legendary swords' found in mythology and video games. Boasting strength that puts it among the strongest Legend-Arms capable of transforming into swords, it is said that wielding Durandamon in sword form will surely bring about victory. Its slashing attacks are fierce enough to cut through any sort of defense, although there have been records that only the strongest of the Legend-Arms Digimon capable of transforming into shields are able to withstand Durandamon's attacks.



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Debut:Digital Monster Ver.20th

One of the 'Legend-Arms', who are capable of transforming themselves into weapons. It is the only one among the 'Legend-Arms' capable of transforming itself into a shield. It wields sturdy, steel shields on its head and on both arms, protecting it from attacks coming from any direction. As a Digimon made with protection in mind, there have been records of it protecting areas being targeted by the D-Brigade. Not only that, Ludomon is also able to exhibit its defensive abilities at their maximum strength while it is transformed into a shield.

  • Dual Wielding: A pair of clawed shields, which it uses for its "Wall Rake" to either attack or defend.
  • Living Weapon: Comes with being a Legend-Arms.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: Based around the concept. It wields a pair of clawed shields and wears a helmet with the same design.
  • Meaningful Name: Ludo comes from Shīrudo 「シールド」, a Japanese romanisation of 'shield'.




'Debuted in: Digimon Pendulum Ver.20th

Attacks:Frisbicker, Assault Claw

The evolved form of Ludomon, it has grown even more durable and attained outstanding speed. It dashes at high speed across battlefields, rescuing straggling Digimon who are no longer able to fight. It is capable of transforming itself into a shield to be wielded to aid in escaping the battlefield, protecting its wielder from any attack that comes their way. TiaLudomon's shields have magical properties that allow it to erect barriers of ice, which freeze and nullify opponent attacks.

  • An Ice Person: Able to create barriers of ice, as seen in its artwork.
  • Barrier Warrior: It can create barriers of ice, an ability which apparently isn't one of its named attacks.
  • Fire, Ice, Lightning: It fill the Ice portion of this trope while it evolved forms fill the Fire and Lightning portions.
  • Living Weapon: Well, living shield, but it comes with the territory of being a Legend-Arms.
  • Meaningful Name: Tia is possibly comes from Teal (ティアル Tiaru), a blueish color, or Theia (テイアー Teiā), a titaness in Greek mythology and Ludo comes from Shīrudo 「シールド」, a Japanese romanization of 'shield'.
  • Morph Weapon: It can turn itself into a shield.
  • Noble Wolf: Invoked. It wears wolf-themed armor and shields and acts to rescue the wounded in wars.
  • Throwing Your Shield Always Works: Its "Frisbicker" where it throws the shields on its arms.
  • Wolverine Claws: Its "Assault Claw" where it charges at high speed and attacks with its claws.




Debut:Digital Monster Ver.20th

The evolved form of TiaLudomon, it has been further mechanised and attained the ability to fly. By sacrificing its agility, it gained durability that allows it to withstand even an attack from an Ultimate level head-on. The shields attached to its shoulders and arms automatically put up an electric barrier which cannot be seen, causing enemies to be confused as to why their attacks are not working. Not only that, it is also able to increase the area covered by its barrier in exchange for being unable to move, allowing it to protect entire regions to a certain extent.

  • Barrier Warrior: Its "Lightning Buster" generates electricity at high output from its head and uses it to strike the enemy at the cost of its speed. It can take this even further by expanding its barrier to cover huge areas at the cost of immobilizing itself.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: Part of an evolution line personifying this concept. Its arms are covered with shields.
  • Shock and Awe: Its shields and one of its attacks are electrical in nature in contrast with TiaLudomon's ice barriers.
  • Some Kind of Force Field: It can make invisible barriers.
  • Wolverine Claws: It has them on its gauntlets just like TiaLudomon.


Bryweludramon (BryweLudramon)


Debut:Digimon Pendulum Ver.20th
Attacks: Crimson Storm, Blast Smash

An Ultimate Legend-Arms shield Digimon, virtually all of its body is comprised of shields and has taken the form of a dragon. By attaining the data of "Legendary Shields", from mythology and video games, it evolved to become a shield with absolute hardness, one that cannot even be scratched by any attack. While appearance-wise it seems to be made from Red Digizoid, the extent of its hardness cannot be analyzed. Bryweludramon has two standalone AI units, "Gause" and "Fay", which allow it to see in all directions. "Gause" and "Fay" also possess barriers made from flames, and are able to extend the scope of their barriers to cover even Bryweludramon. Because "Gause" and "Fay" are capable of acting independently of Bryweludramon, no matter how far-separated they are, it is said that they are even capable of covering the entire world with their barriers. Although Bryweludramon may be the strongest shield, it seems that its barriers have been broken and bested by its nemesis, Durandamon.

  • Arch-Enemy: Considers Durandamon its nemesis. Fittingly, they personify opposite concepts.
  • Barrier Warrior: Can create barriers of fire, which it uses when performing a Foe-Tossing Charge.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: Durandamon's profile, released before Bryweludramon's, mentioned that only the strongest shield Digimon could withstand it. Bryweludramon is that Digimon.
  • Drone Deployer: Has two mobile AI units named Gause and Fay.
  • Foe-Tossing Charge: Its Blast Smash attack involves it performing one while encased in a barrier of fire.
  • Equippable Ally: Like all Legends-Arm Digimon, it turns into a weapon someone else can wield. In this case, a shield.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: It's made entirely out of shields and fire.
  • Playing with Fire: It rounds out the Fire, Ice, Lightning theme that its previous two evolutions started by creating barriers of flame.
  • Shout-Out: To Prydwen, the shield of King Arthur.
  • Wreathed in Flames: It's capable of wrapping itself in Gause and Fay's flame barriers, as seen in its official artwork then charging the enemy.




Debut:Digimon Pendulum Ver.20th
Attacks: Direct Smasher, Ignition Prominence, Duel Edge-Flowsion

A Digimon born from the Jogress between Durandamon, the strongest sword among the Legend-Arms, and Bryweludramon, who is said to be the strongest shield. It is said to have been born when an evil being lurking in the depths of the Dark Area awakened, and the Digicores of the two Legend-Arms resonated with each other. Its main body, formed from the fusion of the Digicores at a higher plane, was made in the image of "the knight that would wield them" as imagined by Durandamon and Bryweludramon.

While Ragna Lordmon is a Jogress form, it is unusual in that it still retains Durandamon and Bryweludramon's consciousnesses, while the main body itself has its own, separate consciousness. The sword and shield hover and move out of their own wills without coming into direct contact with Ragna Lordmon; they make sport of the enemy with the way they enact their offensive and defensive maneuvers like three separate beings in one body. Their level of coordination is stunning, giving rise to its absolute defense and sudden and unpredictable, yet powerful attacks, which are nigh impossible to overcome.

  • "Blind Idiot" Translation: The official translation is "Ragna Loardmon". The a isn't meant to be there, and appears to have somehow merged "Lord" and "Load" together as "Lord" can be translated to both "Load" and "Lord". (which has caused the translation of the Royal Knight Lord Knightmon to sometimes be translated as Load Knightmon).
  • Born of Magic: When Durandamon and Bryweludramon jogressed, the fusion created RagnaLordmon to wield them in the idealized image of their wielder.
  • Fusion Dance: The result of a Jogress between a Durandamon and a Bryweludramon. It's unique in that Durandamon and Bryweludramon's consciousnesses still exist within their respective arms, while RagnaLordmon's body is a separate entity regardless.
  • Half the Man He Used to Be: Its Direct Smasher has RagnaLordmon bisect the enemy with its sword.
  • Kill It with Fire: Duel Edge-Flowsion, RagnaLordmon's strongest attack, has it impale the enemy with its sword while it's covered in the shield's flames, completely incinerating the enemy down to the last byte.
  • Playing with Fire: Its Ignition Prominence has it spew high-temperature flames from its shield, turning its surroundings into a sea of fire.


Spadamon (Supadamon)


Weapon form

Debuted in: Digimon Xros Loader (Digimon Code Crown 02: SSS Discovery)

One of the legendary "Legend-Arms" who according to legend, "if held by an angel will save the world, and if held by a demon will destroy the world", it is a Weapon Digimon that transforms itself into a weapon. Although its personality is earnest and serious, it has a side that is weak to pressure. Its combat abilities are low, but it shows its true merit when it becomes a weapon.

Spadamon is also a known member of the Xros Heart (Fusion Fighters) army, and is partnered with Taiki (Mikey) Kudo.

  • Chekhov's Gunman: It was the first Legend-Arms Digimon introduced, in 2010. Some more of them appeared in 2017 and 2018.
  • Equippable Ally: It can turn into a lance, one that dramatically increases the power of whoever wields it. Apparently this is the same for all Weapon Digimon.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: Spadamon doesn't remember its past, or its hidden abilities. Nor does it remember how to recover those memories.
  • Last of His Kind: All the other Weapon Digimon were defeated long ago.
  • Magikarp Power: It's not a very impressive fighter, but when it turns into a weapon, all bets are off.
  • Non-Indicative Name: Spada is Italian for "sword"... and yet Spadamon turns into a lance.
  • Out of Focus: Spadamon got a good amount of publicity when it first appeared, a starring role in the Xros Wars games and anime, and since then it's fallen into obscurity, though it made a return in Digimon Adventure: (2020).
  • Panthera Awesome: It looks like a white lion cub.
  • Retcon: Hoo... Its Digimon Reference Book profile removes a lot, such any mention of the LS-tou Zone, Spadamon's Laser-Guided Amnesia or it being the last of its kind (since that part is, at least, definitely not true), as well as being the strongest. It also changes Spadamon from being un-levelled, like most Digimon introduced in the Xros Wars media, to a Rookie, before the mass retcon that followed suit.
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Debuted in:Digimon Story: Super Xros Wars

A legendary Weapon Digimon that is the final boss of Digimon Story: Super Xros Wars. It was born from a Digital Virus that was equipped with the Galactic Sword, a blade made from the data of the Demon Lord Barbamon.

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Armamon's final form, gained through Barbamon merging with Armamon. Its body has features from its forming Digimon, such as Barbamon's robe and the ethereal appearance of Armamon. It possesses six arms equipped with their respective weapons: 4 different kind of swords which represent the classical elements of nature (fire, ice, thunder and light) and the main one inherited from Barbamon's power of darkness. It also has a sort of spiked brass knuckles in one of its hands.

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