|Prior forms||Baihumon (Champion)|
|Next forms||Baihumon (Mega)|
|Voice actors||(Ja:) Shinichi Kotani|
(En:) Steve Kramer
|Cards||(Ja:) St-973, Bo-393, Bo-634, Dα-598, DM02-037, DM02-112|
(En:) Bo-237, DT-157
Baihumon is a Holy Beast Digimon whose names and design are derived from the mythological White Tiger of the West (白虎 Bái Hǔ?), known in Japan as "Byakko" (びゃっこ?). It is the "Digimon Sovereign" that guards the West, and commands the Deva Makuramon, Sinduramon, and Caturamon. Although it is the youngest of the Sovereigns, it is also the most powerful, and like Azulongmon it is a neutral being that generally won't ally with others. The characters on its vambraces read "White Tiger" (白虎 Bái Hǔ?).
Digimon Adventure 02
Digimon Adventure 02: D-1 Tamers
Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer
The Baihumon card, titled "Kongou", is a Rank 6 card which teaches the Kongou technique. Kongou deals Data-type damage to all enemies.
Digimon Tamers: Digimon Medley
Digital Monster D-Project
Baihumon digivolves from Sinduramon.
Digimon World 2
Baihumon can be obtained by finding and capturing him in Tera Domain, or by raising a Meteormon with 20+DP to Lv31 and have it digivolved.It is also one of the "Mega Form Digimon" as Prof. Piyotte referred to them. They are: Virus: Diaboromon, Vaccine: Omnimon and Data: Baihumon which Prof. Piyotte couldn't remember.
Digimon World DS
Baihumon is the Observer of Silver Tamers. When a virus breaks out, Baihumon appears as a boss at Hard Mountains, at level 48.
Baihumon is both a Champion and Mega-level Mercenary Digimon. The Mega-level Baihumon is larger and more powerful than the Champion-level form. The Champion-level Baihumon digivolves to the Mega-level Baihumon at Level 41, just like most Megas.
Baihumon was available as of December 23rd of 2013 as a Mercenary Digimon and a Mercenary DigiEgg from the Cash Shop.
A Baihumon appears at the DATS center as an NPC to trade Event Coins for items.
- Kongou (金剛? lit. "Gold Strength"): Emits a wave from its mouth which converts the opponent completely into metal, making them unable to move while their body rusts, and unable to die until they have completely rusted away.
- Tekkousou (鉄甲爪? lit. "Iron-armored Claws")
- Kyokurin'o (棘輪尾? lit. "Spine-ringed Tail")