Pronunciation

KOL-kee-mon

Name Origin

Colchian dragon, Greek mythological dragon which guards the golden fleece.

Family

Nightmare Soldiers

Type

Dragon

Stage

Rookie

Attribute

Virus

Height

3'1"

Element

Darkness

Partner

Kai

Personality

Being a Digimon of Darkness has never bothered Colchimon; he is very controlled and calculating. Similar to his partner, he rarely raises his voice, and he is very slow to anger. The thing that will rile him up the most is when those heís close to are threatened, or insulted, and heíll be the one to step in on their behalf. When he is angered he can unleash devastating power, but he will only ever go as far as he needs to, aware of others.

Colchimon is Kaiís only connection to reality, and is the only one who he will freely talk to. Colchimon is loyal to Kai up to a point, but will only ever act in his best interests. If he feels his partner is taking something too far, he will say so and refuse to proceed. However he does respect Kai and tries to help him whenever he can, even willing to sacrifice a lot that he holds dear.

Colchimon and Ladomon have a relationship much like that of a brother and sister, each one supports and protects the other. Out of the two Colchimon is the more confident, and is quicker to take action, usually with Ladomon following close behind him, sometimes against her better judgement. Colchimon often finds his job incredibly difficult, but he refuses to ever take the easy way out, fighting hard, remaining calm and staying dedicated to the very end.

Attacks

  • Shadow Blade - Colchimonís tail extends with a dark aura, and he swings it at his opponent.
  • Paralysis Pulse - Colchimon releases a sphere of energy, which slows the movement of whatever it touches.

Trivia

Colchimon has excellent vision, and can see even better in the dark than he can in the light. His movements are smooth and liquid, and he is agile enough to slip through tiny cracks and coil himself around the thinnest branch. During the day though, he prefers to rest and catch a cheeky ride on somebody else's back or shoulders.