Group: Evil – Level: Champion – Type: Virus – Attack Techniques: Frost Claw, Zero Freeze
In the past, IceDevimon rampaged across the Digital World, consuming the data of any and all Digimon that he could, taking perverse pleasure in causing fear and death. Although a large group of Digimon successfully captured him, he proved too powerful for even Cherubimon to destroyed, and he was sealed him away forever beneath the Rose Morning Star.
Forever proved to be distinctly shorter than anticipated, however, when the DigiDestined’s destruction of Cherubimon’s castle, situated above IceDevimon’s prison, shattered its walls and liberated the frozen fiend. He immediately consumed the data of the hapless Digimon held prisoner in the castle, and then froze Takuya and Koji’s D-Tectors to prevent them from Spirit Evolving, saving them to battle after he defeated the other four DigiDestined. The battle was hard-fought, with the balance slipping back and forth, but eventually, the four were able to claim victory by Slide Evolving into their Beast forms – immobilised by a combination of Korikakumon and Zephyrmon’s attacks, IceDevimon was destroyed by MetalKabuterimon and JagerLoewemon, and had his data scanned by Loewemon.
IceDevimon appears in “Ice Ice Baby,” notably much larger in stature than the IceDevimon who previously appeared in Digimon Tamers. His voice is supplied by Dave Wittenberg, and is an impression of icy actor Christopher Walken.
Name: From “ice” and “devil.”

IceDevimon looms over TakuyaDigimon Frontier episode #36
English version written by Seth Walther
Takuya and Koji Unified Spirit Evolve into EmperorGreymon and MagnaGarurumon for the first time, and are able to repel Cherubimon by destroying his castle. Unfortunately, demolishing the building liberates the vicious IceDevimon from his prison beneath it, and he immobilises the two boys, leaving the remaining kids to battle and best him with teamwork.
Episode Trivia – The title of this episode is derived from the Vanilla Ice song of the same name.
IceLeomonGroup: Animal – Level: Ultimate – Type: Vaccine – Attack Techniques: Frozen Fury, Blizzard Breath
IceLeomon was one of the Digimon encountered by Takuya within Sakkakumon’s body, while he was separated from the other DigiDestined. Stumbling into a sub-section of the villain’s body that took the form of a region of ice, Takuya was attacked by IceLeomon, and quickly became Agunimon, seeking to quickly dispatch his foe and aid Koji in his own battle. His attempts to talk IceLeomon down failed, and in the ensuing battle of fire against ice, the victor was guaranteed, and he scanned IceLeomon’s data.
IceLeomon appears in “Stuck In Sakkakumon With You.” Both Bandai of Japan and America refer to this Digimon by his Japanese name, Panjamon, but for the dub, the name was amended to IceLeomon, carrying on two traditions – a voice by Paul St. Peter, the regular voice actor of Leomon from Digimon Adventure and Digimon Tamers, and the death of a Leomon.
Name: From “ice,” and “leo,” Latin for “lion.”
The Human Spirit of IceThe Beast Spirit of IceThe Spirits of Ice were left by the departed AncientMegatheriummon, in the care of Ophanimon. Following the decent into evil of Cherubimon, Ophanimon scattered the Spirits belonging to her and Seraphimon across the Digital World – the Human Spirit of Ice was sealed away in the valley of the Candlemon, while, somewhat bizarrely, the Beast Spirit of Ice somehow found its way into a simple video game machine.
When Ophanimon called children to the Digital World to become the DigiDestined and use the power of the Spirits, the Human Spirit of Ice was the third one the children located. When Tommy leapt to the aid of Agunimon, who had been paralysed by the Candlemon, the nearby Spirit activated, and Tommy took it for his own, using it to Spirit Evolve into Kumamon and help Agunimon defeat Wizardmon, proving to the Candlemon that they did indeed possess the powers of the Legendary Warriors, earning themselves safe passages through the valley.
The symbol of IceSome time later, the DigiDestined’s D-Tectors were stolen by a group of Toucanmon, and sold to a Datamon merchant at the Autumn Leaf Fair. While searching for them, Tommy came across the Datamon playing a video game, which ejected a prize when Tommy successfully beat it. Discovering that Datamon had the D-Tectors in his possession, Tommy headed off to find something to trade for them, but in his absence, Datamon’s dissection of the devices led him to note how Takuya’s contained two Spirits, but Tommy’s only one; apparently aware that the prize from the video game was the Beast Spirit of Ice, he implanted it into Tommy’s D-Tector. His shop was then attacked by Petaldramon, who demanded the D-Tectors, and when Tommy returned, he used his new Beast Spirit to become Korikakumon and fend of Petaldramon.
Subsequently, the Spirits of Ice were used in conjunction with the Spirits of Flame, Wind, Wood and Earth to allow Takuya to Unified Spirit Evolve into EmperorGreymon. Later still, they were used with all of the other Spirits in Ancient Spirit Evolution, creating Susanoomon.
In addition to being embodied as Spirits, each of the ten elements is represented by a certain region of the Digital World – Ice is represented by the frozen tundra which contains the Autumn Leaf Fair.
The Human Spirit of Ice first appears in “Kumamon Baby, Light My Fire,” while the Beast Spirit premieres in “Bizarre Bazaar.”Impmon

Group: Evil – Level: Rookie – Type: Virus – Attack Techniques: Badda Boom, Infernal Funnel
An Impmon was among the Digimon at the Autumn Leaf Fair during the DigiDestined’s first visit there. As seen in “Bizarre Bazaar.”
<>Name: From “imp,” a tiny mischievous creature from fantasy.

"Island of Lost Digimon" Japanese movie posterDigimon Frontier theatrical presentation
English version written by Steven Jay Blum
The DigiDestined find themselves on the Lost Island, caught up in a battle between warring factions of Human and Beast-type Digimon, initially taking sides and arguing but later being unified in a plan to stop the fighting by Bearmon and Kotemon. As a battle rages and Takuya and Koji try to keep things under control, J.P., Tommy, Zoe and the others reconstruct a passage of hieroglyphs on the island's supposed legendary protector, Onismon, only to find that he is no saviour, and that D'Arcmon and Hippogryphomon, leaders of the two Digimon factions, are both disguises of the same entity, Murmuxmon, who has orchestrated the war in order to gather enough Fractal Code to resurrect Onismon. His deception revealed, Murmuxmon acts, and Onismon is reborn, forcing everyone into an alliance to combat him. It takes the sacrifice of Kotemon, however, to call on the spirits of Onismon's ancient opponents, AncientGreymon and AncientGarurumon, who appear and defeat him.
As the one and only Frontier movie (the seventh Digimon movie overal), "Island of Lost Digimon" is in continuity with the Frontier series. It was originally screened in Japan in 2002, and eventually reached the West in 2005.

Agunimon and Logomon battle the ShadowToyAgumonDigimon Frontier episode #7
English version written by Seth Walther
Takuya, Koji and Tommy wind up on a flying island full of toys, under the control of the ShadowToyAgumon. Tempers soon become frayed as Koji and Takuya clash over how to treat Tommy, who is then abducted by WaruMonzaemon. With a little help from Pandamon, they head to his rescue, purifying the ShadowToyAgumon and turning them back into ToyAgumon in the process, only to discover that with a little kindness, Tommy has turned WaruMonzaemon back into Monzaemon and kept himself safe.
Episode Trivia – This episode derives its’ title from the 1964 Rankin Bass movie, “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” which featured “the Island of Misfit Toys.”
 “IT CAN’T BE! LUCEMON REAPPEARS”The DigiDestined observe Lucemon's imprisonment
Digimon Frontier episode #38
English version written by Michael Sorich
Having finally defeated Cherubimon, the DigiDestined believe they are under attack by Baromon, who proves his good faith and takes them to the Digital World’s Tunnel of History, where they learn the full story of Lucemon and the Legendary Warriors. Then, an attack truly does come, this time from the Royal Knights, Lucemon’s new agents, who are in the process of amassing data for him. Baromon sacrifices himself to save the DigiDestined, and the explosion caused by Dynasmon’s Breath of Wyvern attack shatters the landscape and blasts the kids to the moon.