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Olegmon
(オレーグモン)
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Appears in:Digimon Fusion
First appearance "Back to the Digital World! Hot Time in Dragonland!" [31]
Last appearance "Final Fusion - The Fight For Earth!" [54]
Voice actor(s):(Ja:) Kōzō Shioya
(En:) Patrick Seitz
Partner(s):Bagra Army
Gold Pirate Crew
Fusion Fighters United Army
Digivice(s):Darkness Loader
OccupationDark General of Gold Land
Member of Fusion Fighters United Army

Olegmon the Gold Pirate (金賊のオレーグモン Kinzoku no Orēgumon?, "Olegmon the Gold-thief") is a high-ranking member of the Bagra Army and the Dark General of Gold Land in Digimon Fusion.

Appearance

Main article: Olegmon#Design

The compass-rose emblems on his shoulders mark his dominion over Gold Land.

Description

Despite being one of the villainous Dark Generals, Olegmon has a heart of gold with a powerful devotion to the bonds of camaraderie, and endeavors to force the Fusion Fighters into joining him, as well as working towards returning Ballistamon to his original form of DarkVolumon, who was once his first mate. Even in defeat, he is a good sport, and congratulates the Fusion Fighters on their victory. Due to the unusual friendship he extended them, Mikey seeks to use the Code Crown to resurrect Olegmon free of Lord Bagra's influence.

Olegmon is equipped with a Darkness Loader he can use to perform digifuse. He can also enthrall Digimon with his "Yo ho ho, on the golden sea! A pirate's life be the life for me!" ("Gappo Gappo Viva Olegna") chant.

Attacks

  • Twin Broadsword Boomerang[1] (Dual Tomahawk Boomerang): Effortlessly hurls his Twin Broadswords.
  • Two-Fister Scuttle-Buster[2] (Viking Vuffet)[3]: Swings the Twin Broadswords down vertically over and over, chopping the opponent to bits in the blink of an eye.
  • Age of Discovery: Jormungandr takes the opponent away to "Jötunheimr", which is said to be the end of the world.
  • Dream Comes True: Surtr asks for the opponent's wishes and pretends to grant them, but avoids actually granting them using a convenient interpretation from Olegmon. If the opponent stubbornly refuses the wish, he keeps on doling out attacks.

Story

After Lord Bagra obtains the completed Code Crown, he reformats the Digital World into seven satellite kingdoms. Olegmon, overseen by AxeKnightmon, is installed as the Dark General of the fifth kingdom, the oceanic Gold Land. He leads the Gold Pirate Crew, which is composed of Aquatic Digimon, and raids the islands in Gold Land aboard his ship Misery. Some Digimon join his crew willingly; others are enthralled by his personal spell. When he discovers the Fusion Fighters United Army on his seas, Olegmon attempts to have them join his crew after hearing of their exploits. The humans refuse, but many of the United Army's Digimon are put under his spell and remain with him when the humans perform a tactical retreat. Olegmon then sends his forces out to harass Gold Land's villagers in search of the escaped United Army.

The next day, Olegmon battles with the Fusion Fighters United Army when they attempt to rescue their friends. The weakness of his chant is then inadvertently revealed when Ballistamon appeals to his and Shoutmon's shared past. When Shoutmon strikes Olegmon's helmet, it releases a sound that temporarily frees the enthralled, revealing that the brain-washing mechanism isn't inherent in the words but in the sound itself. BalliBeastmon is able to free the others, and OmniShoutmon is able to match Olegmon blow for blow. During the battle, however, Olegmon has his crew capture Ballistamon and reveal him to be his lost superweapon, DarkVolumon. Gold Land And The Irate Pirate! Olegmon forcibly reverts Ballistamon into DarkVolumon, who takes his order unquestioningly. Shoutmon, shocked by betrayal and by the realization that he was the one who turned DarkVolumon into Ballistamon, is unable to raise a hand to old friend as Olegmon reveals his familiar spirits Surtr and Jormungandr. Surtr misinterprets one of Christopher Aonuma's wishes to send most of the United Army away, leaving Mikey Kudo in Olegmon's clutches.

That night, as the Digimon that Olegmon ensorcelled party and Mikey as their captive audience, Olegmon attempts to recruit him once more. He espouses the virtues of friendship, which Mikey finds himself agreeing with. Mikey disagrees with Olegmon's method of obtaining friends, however, and cannot forgive him for turning Ballistamon against him. This rejection angers Olegmon, who reveals that his crew has captured Nene Amano on one of her infiltration missions. He sets her up for execution by DarkVolumon the next day, where he has her tortured by his Doomsday Woofer. Unfortunately for him, Christopher swoops in to save her, and Shoutmon appeals to DarkVolumon's heart to turn him back to Ballistamon. The United Army gets their second wind, taking out his forces and leaving Olegmon himself to fight.

Angered by his losses, Olegmon summons Surtr and Jormungandr to cast his opponents to the end of spacetime. Ballistamon then turns the Doomsday Woofer onto him, turning that fate onto the familiar spirits and then destroy Olegmon himself. Olegmon dies amiably, espousing the virtues of friendship even as he fades away. Ballistamon's Bad-News: Blast From the Past!

At the entrance to the Bagra Pandæmonium, AxeKnightmon eventually revives Olegmon's soulless body with the Revive Circuit to become a component of GrandGeneramon. Meanwhile, his soul inhabits the Digital World's eighth, hidden kingdom: the spiritual Prison Land where souls can materialize. There, with the other Dark Generals, Olegmon attempts to get his revenge on the trapped Fusion Fighters and Mikey in particular. Prison Land Olegmon eventually finds himself sympathizing with Mikey and betrays the other Dark Generals with Apollomon. Apollomon sacrifices his soul to send his allies back to their bodies. Olegmon attempts to fight but is mortally wounded by GrandGeneramon. With the last of his strength, he destroys the Revive Circuit to prevent AxeKnightmon from simply recreating GrandGeneramon. He dies once more with a smile and a laugh, entrusting the future to Mikey. Rotten to the Digi-Core! When Mikey obtains the completed Code Crown in the battle against MegaDarknessBagramon, he revives Olegmon alongside his other fallen allies. He participates in the Final Xros into Shoutmon X7F Superior Mode, who defeats MegaDarknessBagramon for good. Olegmon then returns peacefully to the Digital World. Final Fusion - The Fight For Earth!

Other forms

DigiFuses


Familiars

Surtr

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Surtr is the happy shadow under Olegmon's command who hides in Olegmon's left shoulder.

Surtr appears at Olegmon's command during the fight against the Fusion Fighters United Army. He twists Christopher Aonuma's wish to blow away the combat-capable forces and capture Mikey Kudo. During the battle the next day, Surtr saves Olegmon from drowning and, when his master is in dire straits, punches out the attacking Digimon from the sky. He then helps Jormungandr create a portal to the ends of spacetime but is defeated and sent through the very same portal by Ballistamon's Doomsday Woofer. Ballistamon's Bad-News: Blast From the Past!

Attacks

  • Dream Comes True: Asks for the opponent's wishes and pretends to grant them, but avoids actually granting them using a convenient interpretation from Olegmon. If the opponent stubbornly refuses the wish, he keeps on doling out attacks.


Jormungandr

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Jormungandr is the gloomy shadow under Olegmon's command who hides in Olegmon's right shoulder.

Jormungandr appears at Olegmon's command during the fight against the Fusion Fighters United Army and watches as they are blown away. During the battle the next day, Jormungandr saves Olegmon from drowning and, when his master is in dire straits, helps punch out the attacking Digimon from the sky. At Olegmon's command, Jormungandr creates a portal to the ends of spacetime. He is then defeated and sent through the very same portal by Ballistamon's Doomsday Woofer. Ballistamon's Bad-News: Blast From the Past!

Attacks


Other appearances

Digimon Xros Wars (manga)

Notes and references

  1. This attack is named "Blade Blitzer" in Digimon Fusion, "Ballistamon's Bad-News: Blast From the Past!" [41].
  2. This attack is named "Broadsword Fireblast" in Digimon Fusion, "Gold Land And The Irate Pirate!" [40].
  3. "Viking" (バイキング Baikingu?) is a synonym for a buffet in Japanese, and in addition, it is pronounced with an initial "b"; this makes "Viking Vuffet" a pun on "Buffet Buffet", but with the initial letters switched.


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