|This article is about DeathMeramon. For the Death Meramon who appears in C'mon Digimon, written with the interpunct, see Death Meramon.|
|Voice actors||(Ja:) Hiroaki Hirata (Adventure), Tomohisa Asō (Xros Wars)|
SkullMeramon is a Flame Digimon. His name originates from the English word skull and Meramon (or the Japanese word meramera meaning to burn).
His body is extremely hot, so much so that water and ice attacks have no effect on him while fire attacks just make him stronger and larger. His super hot blue flames have supreme destructive power. He bears a resemblance somewhat to the Marvel comics superhero Ghost Rider.
SkullMeramon is first seen as one of Myotismon's henchmen who is searching for the Eighth Child. He is disguised in his hat and trench-coat before he encounters and reveals his true self to Sora Takenouchi and Mimi Tachikawa at the top of Tokyo Tower. Birdramon and Togemon try their best but miserably fail to stop him before Taichi "Tai" Kamiya, Greymon, Koushiro "Izzy" Izumi and Kabuterimon arrive. After Greymon digivolves to MetalGreymon, the two Ultimates begin to fight and SkullMeramon initially has the upper hand. However, MetalGreymon takes advantage of SkullMeramon´s inattention and distraction and manages to overpower him by pulling him into the sky and using his Giga Blaster, destroying him in midair.
Kazu Shioda was seen using a SkullMeramon card to beat Kenta Kitagawa. Another one in hat and trench-coat was among the shadowed Digimon that wanted Rika Nonaka to tame one of them. A SkullMeramon was among the many Digimon seen through the rip in the sky during Vikaralamon's rampage.
Digimon World 2Edit
SkullMeramon digivolves from Meramon, then digivolves into Boltmon.
Digimon World 3Edit
SkullMeramon appears in Asuka Fire Dungeon, and appear as a card with 26/26 and Black type.
Digimon World ChampionshipEdit
- Metal Fireball (Heavy Metal Fire): Launches a destructive ball of melted metal from its mouth. Alternatively, it fires blue fire mixed with liquid metal so that it clings to an opponent.
- Flame Chain (Heat Chain): Uses one of the chains on its body as a whip.
- Heat Chain Midareuchi (ヒートチェーン乱れうち? lit. "Heat Chain Flailing"): Uses many chains as whips.