Group: Exalted Beast – Level: Ultimate – Type: Vaccine – Attack Techniques: Deva Blade, Terra Blade
Vajramon is the ox Deva, who appeared in the Akihabara district of Tokyo along with Pajiramon. The duo began consuming electrical appliances to stabilise their freshly Bio-Emerged bodies, when they were attacked by the Tamers – Vajramon faced off against Renamon, powered up with a Crystal Fire Modify Card, while Pajiramon handled Terriermon. Vajramon and Renamon seemed fairly evenly matched, neither dealing notable injury to the other, and Vajramon became quite enamoured by Renamon’s strength. When Terriermon became Rapidmon during the battle, his Tri-Beam blasted Pajiramon and also caught Vajramon, seemingly destroying them both, but Vajramon was able to reconstitute his data, and during the night, came to Renamon, and made her an offer – to come and listen to what he had to say. Renamon accepted, though Vajramon failed to realise that it was simple to gain more information on the Devas and their master.
Where the two of them went over the next day is unknown, but they reappeared the following evening in a stadium, where Vajramon explained that he had brought her there to ask her to join his side – the side of the Digimon Sovereign, a master much more fitting to Digimon than mere humans. The other Tamers and their Digimon arrived to overhear the conversation, as did Calumon, but Calumon got in the middle of it, and Vajramon attacked him, prompting the three Tamers to Digivolve their Digimon to battle him. As the fight raged, Vajramon continued to try to convince Renamon – now Kyubimon - to join his side, threatening her with destruction if she refused, and unable to conceive of why she would rather stay with Rika. When Rika then reached for a Modify Card to help her, she found a Blue Card in her deck, which she then slashed, allowing Kyubimon to Digivolve into Taomon for the first time. Disgusted by her new, more-human appearance, Vajramon attacked her, but Taomon parried his sword strikes with ease. After revealing her deception to him, Taomon used her Talisman of Light attack to destroy Vajramon.
Vajramon first appears in “Duel with the Deva.” His voice is supplied by Michael McConnohie.
Name: From “Vajra,” one of the twelve Devas from Sanskrit.
Group: Vegetation - Level: Champion - Type: Virus - Attack Techniques: Compost Bomber, Stink Jet
When he received a copy of the new Digimon game, Henry passed over a Vegiemon as a playable character, instead electing to use Terriermon. The Vegiemon was then seen being destroyed by Gorillamon, who loaded its data. As seen in “It Came From the Other Side.”
Later, a Vegiemon was among the unfortunate Digimon seen frozen in IceDevimon's collection of defeated opponents. As seen in "The Icemon Cometh."
Name: From “vegetable.”
Group: Exalted Beast – Level: Ultimate – Type: Vaccine – Attack Techniques: Boar Bog, Fusion Ball
Vikaralamon is the peg Deva, the last of the Devas to appear on Earth, a colossal porcine beast who rampaged throughout Shinjuku, trailing loose bits of data behind him. His primary strength is his incredibly size and resistance to injury, but he can also generate energy spheres from his mouth, and spit streams of sticky black ooze.
Having pursued a mysterious boy into the city, the Tamers were present at the site of Vikaralamon’s Bio-Emergence, and had their Digimon Digivolve and attack him, only to find that their attacks had so little effect that Vikaralamon did not even acknowledge their presence. So strong were the Tamers’ desires to save the city and their loved ones, however, that they were able to summon Blue Cards and Digivolve their Digimon to Ultimate form. The Ultimate blocked Vikaralamon’s path, and he reacted to them, just as Hypnos activated their Juggernaut program. Rapidmon’s Rapid Fire failed to injure Vikaralamon, but he responded by trapping Rapidmon in a Boar Bog that Taomon then dispelled. WarGrowlmon slashed his way through another blast of Boar Bog, but Vikaralamon then crushed him beneath a Fusion Ball, holding him fast. Another Boar Bog trapped Taomon and Rapidmon, as the data trail behind Vikaralamon split open into a rift linking Earth and the Digital World. Power-ups courtesy of Modify Cards enabled them to escape, and Rapidmon was able to finally injure the Deva by firing his missiles directly into his mouth. At that point, however, the effects of the Juggernaut began to kick in, tugging on Vikaralamon and the two Ultimates, threatening to pull them back into the Digital World. This was prevented, however, by the mysterious boy the Tamers and followed, who revealed himself to be the monkey Deva, Makuramon, and crashed the Hypnos system with an explosion. Vikaralamon resumed his offensive, unfazed by attacks from the military and striking back with Fusion Balls, as Takato did his best to re-energise WarGrowlmon with a little primal scream therapy. WarGrowlmon was revived, and shredded through another Fusion Ball, seizing Vikaralamon by the tusk and holding him back while Rapidmon and Taomon dealt with his wild attacks. WarGrowlmon then hurled the Deva aside, and obliterated him with a close-range Atomic Blaster.
Vikaralamon first appears in “The Boar Wars.” His voice is supplied by Michael Sorich.
Name: From “Vikarala,” one of the twelve Devas from Sanskrit.
Group: Evil - Level: Champion - Type: Virus - Attack Technique: Nightmare Shocker, Demon Dart
Vilemon Bio-Emerged into the real world on the soccer field of Takato’s school, where Guilmon and Calumon had been designing their own game. Vilemon proved to them that he was tougher than his small size made them believe, sending them running with his attacks. Takato, Henry and Terriermon soon arrived on the scene, and used Hyper Wing and Speed Modify Cards to improve their chances. As Vilemon powered up another Demon Dart, Takato struggled to pick a new card – but then, Rika and Renamon appeared, and Vilemon turned on them. Rika slashed a Clone Modify Card, tricking Vilemon into attacking a Renamon duplicate. The real Renamon then destroyed Vilemon with her Diamond Storm, and absorbed his data.
Vilemon appears in “Dream a Little Dream.” His voice is supplied by Dave Mallow.
Name: From “vile,” meaning disgusting, although Henry mispronounces his name as “Veel-ah-mon” when he reads his D-Power analysis.
Group: Micro – Level: In-Training – Attack Technique: Killing Stone
Viximon is in the In-Training form of Renamon, the Digimon partner of Rika. After the defeat of the D-Reaper, the effects of the Juggernaut were then felt on the Digimon, reverting them to their In-Training forms and forcing them to return to the Digital World. Rika begged for Viximon to fight it, telling her she loved her, but as she floated through the portal, Viximon told Rika to stay strong, and knew that they would see each other again.
Viximon appears in “Such Sweet Sorrow.” Her voice is supplied by Mari Devon.
Name: From “vixen,” the name for a female fox.
Virtual Pets, or V-Pets, were designed by Takehito Uehara. Uehara intended the original V-Pet to replace his daughter Minami’s dead dog, Mei, and styled it’s physical appearance after the animal, but Minami blamed herself for Mei’s death, after he had drowned while she was surfing, and wouldn’t accept a computer program as a replacement for him. The idea was soon purchased by Ryuuji Tamashiro, however, who mass-produced the V-Pets and turned them into a worldwide phenomenon.
The V-Pet craze quickly swept the globe – few were those who did not have one. Described as an evolution of gaming combining digital pets and online gaming by Tamashiro, the V-Pets seemed like harmless fun – but in actuality, Tamashiro was the evil Digimon, Mephistomon, who had reprogrammed the V-Pets and planned to use them to wreak havoc on Earth’s electronics network, scrambling it and making it easier for Digimon to Bio-Emerge into the real world. It began slowly, with localised incidents of V-Pets behaving erratically, such as the one on Janyu Wong’s computer, but before Mephistomon could fully unleash his plan, he needed to locate the vaccine program, to prevent it from being used against him. Uehara had already discovered the presence of a virus within the V-Pets and had created a vaccine program to cure it, but when Mephistomon's Digimon agents attacked, he hid it within the original V-Pet, which he gave to Minami and told her to flee. Uehara was captured and his daughter pursued and brought back to the VP Labs island base, where they used her to try and force the information from Uehara. Takato, Kai, Growlmon and Seasarmon arrived and rescued them, but in the ensuing escape, Uehara revealed that the vaccine program was within the original V-Pet, from which Seasarmon had emerged; hence, the program was now within Seasarmon. Mephistomon showed his face and attacked and captured Seasarmon, reverting him to Labramon, and with that, his scheme was initiated in force. Across the world, the innocent-looking little V-Pets morphed into sinister devil-like creatures, and began destroying and consuming data, throwing electrically powered systems into chaos and causing Digimon to Bio-Emerge. When Labramon was fatally injured during the ensuing battle with Mephistomon, Minami finally accepted him and called him “Mei” – and by speaking that name allowed, she activated the vaccine program within Labramon. As he died, the program was released, deleting all the V-Pets, and undoing all the damage they had done.
V-Pets appear in “Battle of the Adventurers."