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Title One-Man Division
(一人師団の Hitori Shidan no?)
Otherworldly Demon God
(異界の鬼神 Ikai no Kishin?)
Level Mega
Type God Man
Attribute Virus
Prior forms Digitamamon[1]
Partners Zaxon Hacker
Voice actors (Ja:) Higao Esawa (next 0rder)

Titamon is a Digimon. The titan of revenge Titamon was born from the hatred of the Digimon defeated by the Olympos XII in battles over the sovereignty of the Digital World. It holds the alias of "One-Man Division" and is treated as if it was a legion despite being a single being because it is able to instantly summon a mighty host. Bearing the inexhaustible energy of its hatred within its gigantic body, it runs through the battlefield seeking the heads of the Olympos XII. Its large arms are covered in a multitude of skulls, and the skulls are all data of the power it has stolen from the enemies it has defeated so far. As its gigantic sword "Zanjintou" (斬神刀? lit. "Beheading God Sword") is a bone sword carved from SkullGreymon's bones, the hatred filling the sword makes a low growl.[2]


  • Konpaku Shingeki (魂魄芯撃? lit. "Soul Core-attack")[3]: Swings the Zanjintou so that it slides through the opponent's armor and body, reaching their DigiCore unhindered and chopping it up. If the opponent takes this technique head on, they'll never be able to recover.
  • Genba Mukon (幻刃無痕? lit. "Phantom-blade Unscarred"): Eviscerates the opponent with the Zanjintou, causing them to fall into a hallucination that they are being harrowed even after the blade is pulled out, so that they don't stop suffering until their spirit dies.
  • Koou Meijin (呼応冥神? lit. "Pact with Nether-god"): Summons shades based on the skulls on both of its arms, which overrun the enemy's forces as an undead legion.



Titamon (タイタモン)

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

  • Titan. From the mythological race who were progenitors and enemies of the Olympians.


Titamon was created by Kenji Watanabe. It was meant to give Ogremon a Mega form, which did not yet exist, and was originally planned to be the Bacchus representative of the Olympos XII.[4]


Digimon World Re:Digitize: Decode

Digimon Crusader

Main article: Titamon (Crusader)

Notes and references

  1. Digimon World Re:Digitize: Decode
  2. Digimon Reference Book: Titamon
  3. Shingeki (芯撃? lit. "Core-attack") is a pun on Attack on Titan (進撃の巨人 Shingeki no Kyojin?, lit. "Advancing Titans").
  4. Famitsu: Digimon World Re:Digitize: Decode, Illustrators interview!, English translation by Garmmy