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Lucemon
(ルーチェモン)
Lucemon b
Level Rookie[1]
Type Angel
Attribute Vaccine
Family Virus Busters
None
Debut Bo-610: Lucemon
Next forms Lucemon Chaos Mode[2]
Partners Bagra Army
Legend Angels
Voice actors (Ja:) Kumiko Nishihara (Frontier), Taiki Matsuno (Xros Wars)
(En:) Mona Marshall (Frontier), Michael Sinterniklaas (Fusion)
Cards (Ja:) Bo-610, Bo-912, Bo-1095, Bo-1141, Bo-136t, Dα-433, Dα-518, 1-110
(En:) Bo-273, DM-034
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Lucemon is an Angel Digimon. It has the appearance of a child, and is said to have descended to the ancient Digital World long ago. It manifested in an era in which the Digital World was still chaotic, and it is said that it brought about order and harmony. However, because of a later "Rebellion" against Lucemon, it summoned a long period of darkness. Although it has the appearance of a child, the power and intelligence it possesses surpass even that of an Ultimate Digimon. It is said that Lucemon's abilities have now been inherited and split among the Celestial Digimon.[3]

Attacks

  • Grand Cross[4]: Fires ten super-heated spheres of light arranged in a cruciform syzygy, a technique more powerful than Seraphimon's "Strike of the Seven Stars".
  • Divine Feet (Divine Feat): Creates a great sword or spear of light and with it pierces the enemy.

Design

Lucemon takes the appearance of a blue-eyed blond-haired boy wrapped in white cloth, a modern depiction of the mythological angel. It bears eight angelic wings on its back, two on its head, and two around its waist for a total of twelve wings. Lucemon wears a Holy Ring on each of its arms and legs, and has the symbol of the Zero Unit on its right hand and the Digital Hazard on its left. It also purple tattoos on its left arm and leg, and on the left side of its chest and face. Compared to Lucemon Chaos Mode and Lucemon Shadowlord Mode, this form represents the original angelic Lucifer in Abrahamic mythology.

Etymologies

Lucemon (ルーチェモン)

Official romanization given by the Digimon Reference Book and used in the franchise.

  • Lucifer, the angelic name of the mythological Satan, as well as "Luce" (Lat: "Light").


Fiction

Digimon Frontier

Main article: Lucemon (Frontier)

Digimon Fusion

Main article: Lucemon (Fusion)

Digimon Masters

Lucemon is a Champion-level Mercenary Digimon. Lucemon can digivolve to Lucemon Chaos Mode.

Digimon Pendulum Progress 2.0: Armageddon Army

Lucemon is an obtainable Digimon.

Lucemon can digivolve from Kyupimon. In order to digivolve to Lucemon, you must train both Puttimon and Kyupimon in the morning with no care mistakes after previously having a Mega with a Master Status. It cannot evolve, but its stats are second only to Omnimon (Pendulum Progress 3.0), and has the longest life expectancy of 190 hours.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth

Lucemon is a Light Vaccine Type, Rookie level Digimon and uses 14 memory. It digivolves from Tokomon and can digivolve to Angemon, Devimon and can Warp Digivolve directly to Lucemon Falldown Mode. It's special attack is Grand Cross and its support skill is Justice Genome which increases damage from Light skills by 15%.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory

Lucemon is #060 and is a Light Vaccine Type, Rookie level Digimon and uses 14 memory. It digivolves from Tokomon and can digivolve to Angemon, Devimon and can Warp Digivolve directly to Lucemon Falldown Mode. It's special attack is Grand Cross and its support skill is Justice Genome which increases damage from Light skills by 15%.

Digimon World: Next Order

Lucemon is a Holy Vaccine type, Rookie level Digimon. It digivolves from Tokomon and Nyaromon and can digivolve into IceDevimon, Piddomon, Wizardmon and Kurisarimon. If not meeting the requirements for any of those Champions before the age of 7, it will digivolve into Numemon if Attack is higher, or Geremon if Wisdom is higher. If the poop gauge hits max, it will digivolve into Sukamon.

Notes and references

  1. Lucemon is treated as a "Champion" Digimon in Digimon Masters.
  2. Digimon Frontier, "When Knights Fall..." [47]
  3. Digimon Reference Book: Lucemon
  4. This attack is mistranslated as "Ground Cross" on DM-034, named "Cross Strike" in Digimon Fusion, "Welcome to the Jungle Zone!" [18], and called "Galaxy Crash" in the Portuguese and Spanish dub of Digimon Frontier.