Group: Sea Animal - Level: Champion - Type: Data - Attack Techniques: Twin Scissors, Lobster Step
Ebidramon was one of the Digimon who Bio-Emerged when Mephistomon was using V-Pets to plunge Earth's electronics network into chaos. Appearing in Okinawa, he attacked a ship, and then engaged Henry and Terriermon in battle. Terriermon's Bunny Blast couldn't deal any damage Ebidramon's shell, but then he Digivolved into Gargomon, and destroyed him with a Bunny Pummel.
Ebidramon appears in "Battle of Adventurers."
Name: From "ebi," Japanese for "shrimp," and "dragon," which "dra" is short for.
Group: Animal – Level: Mega – Type: Vaccine – Attack Techniques: Phantom Mist, Black Hail
Ebonwumon is the oldest of the Digimon Sovereign, the guardian of the north. While Azulongmon and Zhuqiaomon were occupied dealing with Earth’s Digimon Tamers, Ebonwumon was watching over Baihumon’s domain, while Baihumon himself engaged the D-Reaper in battle deep underground. Ryo and Cyberdramon then arrived, having followed the scent of a powerful opponent to the area, but Ebonwumon explained that neither he nor Baihumon was the enemy they sought – it was the D-Reaper. When Baihumon then emerged, Ryo and Cyberdramon flew off after the departed D-Reaper. Soon after, when Calumon had been rescued, Ebonwumon and Baihumon arrived, and they and Azulongmon and Zhuqiaomon urged Calumon to unleash the power of the Shining Digivolution, Digivolving Digimon everywhere.
When the Tamers returned to the real world, the D-Reaper was able to follow them, and the battle continued there, even as Ebonwumon and the other Sovereigns battled with the D-Reaper in the Digital World. During the final battle, when the D-Reaper opened the portal between the two worlds, Ebonwumon and the Sovereigns managed to remove the Cable Reaper from the fight, enabling MegaGargomon to activate the Juggernaut program which won the day.
Ebonwumon first appears in “Azulongmon
Explains It All.” His voice (both heads) is
supplied by Dave Wittenberg.
Name: His Japanese name, Xuanwumon, comes
from the Chinese characters for "black turtle," which
are pronouced “Genbu" in Japanese - Genbu is the turtle
god of the Japanese city of Kyoto. His American name substitutes
“xuan” for “ebon,” which means black.
Due to a programming error in the
Japanese D-Terminal, Xuanwumon and Zhuqiaomon’s names were
reversed. Bandai of Japan apologised for this error, but still,
it carried over to the US D-Terminal, where Xuanwumon became
Ebonwumon. Hence the US D-Terminal and all of Bandai of
America’s Digimon merchandise calls Zhuqiaomon Ebonwumon,
and Ebonwumon Zhuqiaomon. However, thanks to the alertness of US
story editor Mary Elizabeth McGlynn and her connection to the
fandom, the error was corrected for the US version of the show,
giving both characters their correct names. Bandai of America,
however, seem blissfully unaware this error exists, and continue
to refer to the characters with the reversed names.
Group: Mammal - Level: Rookie - Type: Data - Attack Techniques: Super Thunder Strike, Body Attack
An Elecmon was among the unfortunate Digimon
seen frozen in IceDevimon’s collection of defeated
opponents. As seen in “The Icemon Cometh.”
Name: From "electricity."