|Voice actors||(Ja:) Nobuaki Kanemitsu (Adventure), Satoshi Tsuruoka (Savers)|
(En:) Bob Papenbrook (Adventure), Lex Lang (Data Squad)
Drimogemon is an Animal Digimon whose name and design are derived from drill and the mole (Mogera wogura) (土竜 Mogura?). It moves underground at high speeds with the gigantic drill attached to its snout. It is an extremely rare Digimon to come across because it is always digging deep underground. Although it has a meek, shy personality, it is fairly mischievous, and sometimes it takes the favorite bones that Garurumon has buried underground and hides them in different locations. If it were to have been discovered later than NiseDrimogemon, it could have ended up being called "Nise" (偽? lit. "Imitation").
The DigiDestined encountered a Drimogemon outside of a convenience store in an undersea cave, where the Tags should be hidden. It was the last victim of the Black Gear and would not let anyone pass as part of Devimon's will. Ikkakumon battled Drimogemon until Kabuterimon destroyed the Black Gear and Drimogemon told them that the Tags that they were looking for were in the convenience store which T.K. and Poyomon found during the fight.
Digimon Adventure: Anode/Cathode Tamer
Digimon Adventure 02
A Drimogemon under the control of the Digimon Emperor's Dark Rings captured Davis and Veemon while Snimon and Mojyamon battled the others. In the 2nd battle the same day, he was freed from the Dark Ring by Digmon's "Gold Rush".
A Drimogemon was among the many Digimon that appeared during the final battle against MaloMyotismon.
Digimon Adventure 02: Tag Tamers
Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer
The Drimogemon card, titled "Drill Spin", teaches a Digimon the Drill Spin technique. Drill Spin raises one ally's AP.
Digimon Data Squad
Ten years later, a small Drimogemon appeared in the Human World as the result of robbers hacking a bank's security system. While good-willed, he was also naïve and easily manipulated into assisting the criminals in stealing money, up until they were tracked down by the DATS team. Due to the negative emotions of the two robbers, Drimogemon grew larger and attacked the DATS team. However, the conflicting tactics of Marcus Damon and Thomas H. Norstein, which caused the attacks of their Digimon partners to cancel each other out, gave Drimogemon time to escape back into the Digital World. Marcus and Thomas, feeling guilty about messing up, decide to pursue Drimogemon at his home advantage so that they would stop Drimogemon. However in the Digital World, both of them fell into a trap by Drimogemon and were captured in a large underground labyrinth which was the Digimon's home. However thanks to the actions of Marcus, they both escaped by riding on Drimogemon's back and lured him into a colosseum, where Drimogemon couldn't dig into the ground. When he was confronted by the two boys and their Digimon, Drimogemon digivolved to a large Digmon, and was subsequently destroyed.
Later, Drimogemon would "reappear", in a nightmare forced onto Marcus by MetalPhantomon. Drimogemon carried the illusionary form of Marcus' sister Kristy Damon away, while Marcus was helpless to save her, due to being held back by rapidly multiplying Numemon.
A second wild Drimogemon is digging nearby, and asks him to cart the dirt from its digging outside the tunnel. After carting the dirt and coming back the next day, the Drimogemon will encounter a boulder in its path, which the Protagonist can move using a Champion or Ultimate Digimon. Finally, three days after the Protagonist defeats Meramon at Lava Cave, the Drimogemon will complete its tunnel connecting Native Forest and Gear Savannah. The Drimogemon will join File City and run a treasure-hunting shop near the Meat Farm.
A third wild Drimogemon can be found digging on the third floor. Once the Protagonist has recruited 45 Digimon, the Drimogemon will encounter Leomon's Stone in its path, which the Protagonist can retrieve.
Digimon World 2
Digimon World 3
Drimogemon is a common enemy found underground in the Circuit Boards of both Asuka and Amaterasu servers. He is also available as a Brown Champion Card with 11/12.
Digimon Digital Card Battle
Drimogemon is a Champion level Nature deck Digimon card. You can also get this card by choosing Hawkmon as a partner. It has 850 HP, 450 circle atttack, 310 triagle attack and 220 cross attack.
Digimon World Dawn and Dusk
Drimogemon is #147, and is a Champion-level, Attacker-class, Beast-species Digimon with a resistance to the Earth element and weakness to the Fire element. Its basic stats are 167 HP, 167 MP, 109 Attack, 95 Defense, 69 Spirit, 73 Speed, and 42 Aptitude. It possesses the Powerful 3 and MotherEarth3 traits.
It dwells in the Login Mountain.
Drimogemon digivolves from Dorumon. In order to digivolve to Drimogemon, your Digimon must be at least level 19, with 90 attack and 25 aptitude.
Drimogemon can DNA Digivolve from Gomamon and Gizamon, if the base Digimon is at least level 15, with 200 Beast experience and 120 Attack. Drimogemon can DNA digivolve to MegaKabuterimon (Red) with Stingmon or KnightChessmon (White), to Mammothmon with Icemon, or into DoruGreymon with NiseDrimogemon.
Drimogemon is an obtainable mercenary digimon. It digivolves into Digmon at LVL 11, Giromon at LVL 25 and HiAndromon at LVL 41. Craniamon can be unlocked as a Burst Mode at LVL 65 by using the Duo Solar Spear.
Drimogemon are common enemies found in Wood train bench.
Drimogemon can be ridden.
- Iron Drill Spin (Drill Spin): Attacks the enemy with its gigantic drill.
- Crusher Bone: Throws the bone it stole from Garurumon.
- Screw Claw
- Mole's Claw
Notes and references
- ↑ Drimogemon is treated as a Rookie Digimon in Digimon Masters.
- ↑ Digimon Data Squad, "Digital World, Here We Come!" 
- ↑ Digimon Masters
- ↑ Digimon Xros Wars, "Rival Kiriha, Appear!" 
- ↑ Serbian dub
- ↑ Digimon Reference Book: Drimogemon
- ↑ Digimon Reference Book: NiseDrimogemon
- ↑ Digimon Adventure 02: Anode Tamer (WSC) FAQ/Walkthrough by Sleight1 GameFAQs (2006-04-06) Retrieved on 2009-06-13.
- ↑ Digimon Adventure 02: Tag Tamers FAQ by Ajora Fravashi To Bring Back Yesterday (2005-05-05) Retrieved on 2009-06-19.
- ↑ Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer (WSC) FAQ/Walkthrough by Ajora Fravashi GameFAQs (2003-07-05) Retrieved on 2009-06-09.