|Type||(Ja:) Demon Man|
|Partners||Qing Long Leader|
|Voice actors||(Ja:) Chō (Xros Wars)|
(En:) JB Blanc (Fusion)
|Cards||(En:) Bo-299, B1-047|
Pharaohmon is a Ghost Digimon whose name and design are derived from the pharaoh. It was adopted from a winning entry in the "Bandai-Town FAX Service Digimon Illustration Contest" which belonged to Toshiki Mizutani from Kanagawa prefecture. Its body shines gold enough to be baleful. It is said that it evolved from Mummy Digimon, and it boasted absolute power in the ancient Digital World, ruling many areas. As for the mysterious ancient ruins that dot the Digital World, many Digimon were under Pharaohmon's control at the Genesis of the Digital World, and from these places which are said to have been raised in just a few days, that control can be perceived.
Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer
Pharohmon is one of the three Digimon Ryo must face once he obtains Agumon/Veemon.
Digimon World 3
Pharaohmon is the first boss in the game. He can be found at the Protocol Ruins. Defeating him will reward the player an Old Wand.
Digimon World 4
Pharaohmon is seen in the Ancient Ruins dungeon in Grief Wasteland.
Digimon World Dawn and Dusk
Pharaohmon is #366, and is a Mega-level, Technical-class, Holy-species Digimon with a resistance to the Light element and weakness to the Wind element. Its basic stats are 314 HP, 354 MP, 164 Attack, 140 Defense, 142 Spirit, 113 Speed, and 73 Aptitude. It possesses the All Elements, Mind's Eye, Miser, and DeathBarrier traits.
It dwells in the Thriller Ruins.
Pharaohmon digivolves from Mummymon. In order to digivolve to Pharaohmon, your Digimon must be at least level 50, with 9000 Dark experience and 9000 Holy experience.
Pharaohmon can be hatched from the Golden Egg.
- Necromist: Emits a fear-gas that steals the will of hostile Digimon, and slowly desiccates their flesh. This leaves the opponent with two options—whether to be lured completely to the world of death, or to serve Pharaohmon as an immortal, even in death.
- Fist of Nile
- Mummy Mayhem
- Tut-ankh-lyl (トゥト・アンク・ラィル? lit. "Living Image of the Night")