(サイクロモン Cyclomon)
Cyclonemon b
Level Champion
Type (Ja:) Dragon Man
(En:) Dragon
Attribute Virus
Family Unknown
Debut Digital Monster Ver.5

Cyclonemon is a Dragon Digimon whose Japanese name is derived from the mythological Cyclops, whose English name is derived from "Cyclone", and whose design is derived from the fictional Gigan. It is a one-eyed Digimon with an abnormally developed right arm. It was originally a stalwart dragon warrior, but its right eye was crushed by the warrior Leomon, and it became an oni of revenge. In order to defeat Leomon, it has strengthened and enlarged its right arm, and it is on the lookout for a chance to take it down. For the sake of revenge, it has lost its pride as a warrior, leaving it as nothing more than a warrior obsessed with bloodshed.[1]

Digimon Adventure V-Tamer 01

A Cyclonemon and a Tuskmon, presumably working for Daemon and Neo, raid Hospitown while Taichi and Zeromaru are staying there. The Tuskmon is taken down by Greymon, Meramon, and Centarumon, each of whom digivolved from one of the Agumon that Taichi befriended at Holy Angel Castle, while Zeromaru makes quick work of the Cyclonemon. Potential for the Future!

Digimon World 2

Cyclonemon digivolves from Gizamon, and can digivolve further into Megadramon.

Digimon World 3

Cyclonemon can be found in Asuka's Underground Sewers along with Raremon where Datamon (Boss) is also located in the control room nearby. His red color variant can be located in Asuka's Kulon Pit, in the Dark Dungeon. In the PAL version of the game, Cyclonemon can be found in Amaterasu's Circuit Boards underground, once Galacticmon has been beaten. He is also available as a Brown Champion Card with 16/16.

Digimon All-Star Rumble

Cyclonemon are minor enemy Digimon who appear in the Factory Town and Lava Pit story mode stages. They attack with a high-temperature breath but are locked into a single direction for the relatively long duration.


  • Hyper Heat: Uses an extreme temperature which can melt anything.
  • Arm Bomber (Strength Arm)

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