Digimon Savers/Characters

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Characters from Digimon Savers include:

DATS Agents

Marcus Damon (Daimon Masaru)

"It's fighting time!"

Voiced by: Soichiro Hoshi (JP), Quinton Flynn (EN)

Marcus is a fourteen-year-old student who loves to fight and, in a way, considers himself to be an "ultimate fighter" . He lives with his mother Sarah and younger sister Kristy. Marcus meets and fights Agumon in the first episode of the series. When the fight ends in a draw, Agumon agrees to become his partner. Soon afterward, he's recruited as a member of DATS. Marcus is one of the few shown to fight Digimon by himself, though he still counts on Agumon's help to fight the stronger opponents. Even though others can evoke their DNA charges by themselves, Marcus must connect a punch on an enemy to do so, subsequently using it to digivolve Agumon.

After the final battle he decides to stay in the digital world to help keep Digimon in-line.

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Thomas H. Norstein (Tohma H. Norstein)

Voiced by: Hirofumi Nojima (JP), Crispin Freeman (EN)

Thomas is a 14-year-old boy genius who graduated from the Stockholm Royal University of Science at the age of 13. His abilities are considered élite, even within DATS. He bases his operations on data and theoretical principles, and as such his personality clashes with Marcus'. His mother is Japanese and his father is a prominent Austrian aristocrat named Franz Norstein. Franz and Thomas's mother met while she was an exchange student in Austria, and Thomas lived with his mother in Japan until she died. He was taken back to Austria. He also has a younger sister, Relena, who suffers from a strange disease. It is never shown who Relena's mother is, but she died of complications during childbirth. While Thomas does not particularly care for his cold father, he does love his sister very much and does whatever he can to protect her. Calm and shrewd, he is the exact opposite of Marcus and sees him as a rival. He has an elitist attitude but he gets emotional when thinking of his mother, who died years ago when he was young.

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Yoshino "Yoshi" Fujieda

"This is the worst!"

Voiced by: Yui Aragaki (JP), Colleen O'Shaughnessey (EN)

At eighteen years of age, she is the oldest member of the group, compared to Marcus Damon who is fourteen years old and Thomas H. Norstein who is roughly the same age. Yoshino is independent and sees herself as an older sister figure to her two teammates. Despite her mature demeanor, she hides a terrible burden from her childhood and because of it, she has difficulty believing in her ability to do anything. When she was younger, Yoshino dealt with a severe inferiority complex that stemmed from being unable to be as good as her sisters at anything (the most noteworthy incident was a piano recital). As a result, years later, she still is secretly worried about being useless to anyone. Lalamon had been aware of her suffering for some time and helped her to overcome it. The fact became apparent when she started to feel she was useless to Marcus and Thomas since her Digimon was easily beaten in every single battle they took part in, but she eventually gained her own confidence, which allowed Lalamon to warp digivolve to Lilamon.

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Keenan Crier (Noguchi Ikuto)

Voiced by: Rie Kugimiya (JP), Brianne Siddall (EN)

As opposed to the other members of DATS, Keenan did not live in the human world, nor did he originally have a particular liking for it. Though originally born on Earth to the DATS scientists Kevin and Michelle Krier (Kenji and Misuzu Noguchi), he was accidentally transported to the Digital World as an infant. In the Digital World, he was raised by a Frigimon, who acted a a mother figure to him. Falcomon was raised alongside him like a brother. Following her death, he was raised by Merukimon, who became a father figure to him. He believes in defending the peace of the Digital World, and also believed that humans were nothing but a threat to it. Despite his young age, Keenan has great fighting skill (many of his moves mirror the ninja-like aspects of Falcomon). He wields a boomerang, and wears a cape and a necklace adorned with feathers, and also has facepaint.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • And This Is For: After Merukimon is killed by Kurata, he says this in regards to him before making Falcomon warp digivolve to Crowmon and curbstomp the Gizumon XT who killed Merukimon.
  • Charles Atlas Superpower: Lets not forget that this is a ten year old kid who, in most episodes is pulling stunts of strength and agility that would turn an Olympic Athlete green with envy. The best representation of this is the episode where he finally meets his parents and he carries his own mother out of their possessed house, making multi-story jumps the entire time. Once again, to reiterate, this kid is TEN YEARS OLD!
  • Fourth Ranger
  • Heel Face Turn
  • Tarzan Speak: Strangely enough, even though Digimon usually speak normally, so being raised by them really shouldn't have affected his speech pattern. He gets better by the end of the show.
  • Let's You and Him Fight: Keenan vs. other humans, until...
  • Raised By Mons

Miki Kurosaki & Megumi Shirakawa

Miki voiced by: Ai Nagano (JP), Kate Higgins (EN)
Megumi voiced by: Yukiko Hanioka (JP), Stephanie Sheh (EN)

The computer operators at DATS, who generally give data on the digimon the team is facing. After the final battle, they become police officers.

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Richard Sampson (Satsuma Rentarou)

The Commander of DATS Japan, giving the three main members their orders. He also worked with Yushima as a private investigator, which led to them joining the expedition to the digital world and meeting Spencer Damon.

Voiced by: Taiten Kusunoki (JP), Jamieson Price (EN)

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Homer Yushima (Yushima Hiroshi)

A mysterious old man who gave Marcus his Digivice and some advice several times throughout the series. Eventually revealed to be the chief officer of DATS and the partner of Kamemon, as well as a member of the first expedition to the Digital World.

Voiced by: Yuuichi Yagashima (JP), Kirk Thornton (EN)

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Spencer Damon (Daimon Suguru)

Voiced by: Eiji Takemoto (JP), Jeff Nimoy (EN)

The legacy of Dr. Spencer Damon is felt throughout the series, even though he does not appear in it personally at first. He is Marcus's father, and a member of the expedition to the Digital World. When the group was forced to escape back to the human world, he stayed behind to make sure they could escape, and for a while, it was unknown what happened to him. That is, until the answers were revealed by the Digimon called Mercurimon. Spencer had remained back in the Digital World in order to seek out the "god" of the Digital World named Yggdrasil. Before that, however, he created the Digivice, and sent the data for it to the human world along with Kudamon and Kamemon. After making a deal with Mercurimon to preserve the peace of both worlds, he departed.

Over time, he was joined in his search by BanchoLeomon until they found Yggdrasil, but things went wrong and by the time Marcus and gang confronted Yggdrasil, it used Spencer's soulless body as its own. The soul of Spencer himself was taken in by BanchouLeomon at the last second when the Royal Knights advanced on them. However, thanks to his friend's sacrifice, Spencer was restored and Yggdrasil was purged from his body. Spencer returns to his family at the end of the last episode.

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Partner Digimon


Voiced by: Taiki Matsuno (JP), Brian Beacock (EN)

Agumon adores his partner Marcus, and considers himself to be "Marcus's employee". He even refers to Marcus as his Boss (though in the original Japanese he is referred to as aniki which is slang for bro... and what members of the Yakuza use to refer to their boss.) In the first episode, he is referred to by the code-name of Raptor-1 by DATS.

His digivolutions are as follows:

    • In-Training: Koromon, a round, pink mon, with long ears, red eyes, and sharp teeth. Blows bubbles.
    • Rookie: Agumon, his default form. Note that he is different from his Digimon Adventure counterpart due to a pair of red wristbands on his hands and is considerably large.
    • Champion: GeoGreymon. Essentially Agumon, but proper dinosaur size, lots of spikes, a carapace on its head, and a massive fire attack.
    • Ultimate: RizeGreymon. GeoGreymon, with added mecha-armor, red hair, wings, and a giant revolver arm.
    • Mega: ShineGreymon. A winged knight-like dragon-themed warrior.
      • ShineGreymon Ruin Mode, a dark version of Burst Mode with black flames.
      • Burst Mode: ShineGreymon Turns Red and gains wings, a sword, and a shield made of fire.
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"Sir, yes Sir!"

Incredibly loyal to Thomas, Gaomon is the strong and quiet type, though he talks more in later episodes. He tends to blush when complimented. He almost always addresses Thomas as "Sir". He tends to be sarcastic towards Agumon.

Voiced by: Kazuya Nakai (JP), Skip Stellrecht (EN)

His digivolutions are as follows:

    • In-Training: Wanyamon, a fluffy, blue mon with a cat face and a W on his forehead.
    • Rookie: Gaomon, his default form.
    • Champion: Gaogamon. Essentially Gaomon on four legs, with a scarf, and more wolf-like.
    • Ultimate: MachGaogamon. Gaogamon, with added mecha-armor, and wrestling gear.
    • Mega: MirageGaogamon. A knight-like wolf-themed warrior with a big red cape.
      • Burst Mode: MirageGaogamon gains jet thrusters and a giant sickle / flail made of light.
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Voiced by: Yukana (JP), Dorothy Fahn (EN)

Yoshi's partner has been with her for years. Though kind-natured, she isn't above teasing her companion.

Her digivolutions are as follows:

    • In-Training: Budmon, a green mon with a leaf and three purple thorns.
    • Rookie: Lalamon, her default form.
    • Champion: Sunflowmon. Has a dragon-esque green body with leaf wings and a big sunflower for a head.
    • Ultimate: Lilamon. A pink and green pixie with flowers for her hands and feet.
    • Mega: Rosemon. A red-clad female warrior wielding a vine whip and rapier.
      • Burst Mode: Rosemon turns white and gains a pink rosary of floating jewels.
Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Bishojo Line: As you may have guessed.
  • Fan Service: Rosemon
  • Faux Action Girl: Gets better as Yoshino does. Lampshaded in the "Tokuten Eizou" special (essentially a Clip Show with commentary from the main three Digimon), with both Agumon and Gaomon noting that Lalamon was basically useless before she became Lilamon.
  • Gainaxing: Rosemon, with more fanservice than the rest of the series combined.
  • Green Thumb
  • Lady of War: Rosemon only. She's usually pretty silly, otherwise.
  • Ms. Fanservice: As Rosemon, not only her transformation shows her naked, but also her attack Forbidden Temptation and her breasts have a tendency of "jump" when she fights.
  • Plant Aliens
  • Shipper on Deck: (In episode 32 she as Rosemon, tries to get Yoshino to go on a date with Ivan to the mall)
  • Shout-Out/Expy: Sunflowmon resembles the Pokémon Sunflora, astonishingly enough, but what sells it is that her attack is Sunshine Beam. Which is pretty similar to Pokémon's Solarbeam.
    • Her evolution line is a parallel to the Palmon line, with Palmon and Togemon switching places (chubby plant-flower-fairy instead of flower-chubby plant-fairy). Unsurprising as both reach the same Mega form.
    • And additional shout out occurs in the twenty-minute "movie" in which Lalamon shows that she knows kung fu and proceeds to beat up mooks while doing Bruce Lee imitations and wielding nun-chucks made out of sausages.
  • The Smurfette Principle: Of the Digimon half of the team.
  • Whip It Good: As Rosemon.


Voiced by: Chie Kujiro (JP), Steve Blum (EN)

His digivolutions are as follows:

    • Rookie: Falcomon, his default form.
    • Champion: Peckmon, a yellow, ninja-gear clad ostrich.
    • Ultimate: Crowmon (Yatagaramon), a black and purple crow with golden armor and three legs.
    • Mega: Ravemon, a samurai with silver bird armor, one white wing, and one black wing.
      • Burst Mode: Ravemon's arms and wings merge and turn glowy purple. His armor turns white.
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PawnChessmon Black & White

No voice actors

Their digivolutions are as follows:

    • Rookie: PawnChessmon, their default form.
    • Champion: KnightChessmon. Centaurian warriors wielding giant darts.
    • Ultimate (Black): RookChessmon. A giant, black, humanoid castle.
    • Ultimate (White): BishopChessmon. A white mechanical bishop.
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Voiced by: Nanaho Katsuragi (JP), Sam Riegel (EN)

His digivolutions are as follows:

    • Rookie: Kudamon, his default form.
    • Champion: Reppamon, a large white fox with a sickle for a tail.
    • Ultimate: Qilinmon, a green Chinese unicorn with big white wings.
    • Mega: Kentaurosmon (Sleipmon), a giant eight-legged Equitar with red armor and a big crossbow. One of the Royal Knights.
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Voiced by: Naozumi Takahashi (JP), Jeff Nimoy (EN)

His digivolutions are as follows:

    • Rookie: Kamemon, his default form.
    • Champion: Gawappamon, a green plush turtle that fires CDs from it's head.
    • Ultimate: Shawjamon, a white clad amphibious Digimon wielding a mystical staff.
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Other Characters

Sarah Damon (Daimon Sayuri)

Voiced by: Mariko Kouda (JP), Mary Elizabeth McGlynn (EN)

Sarah is Marcus and Kristy's mother, as well as Spencer Damon's wife. While she first appeared, she reacted somewhat casually to Agumon's presence, it was eventually revealed that she had been knowledgeable of the existence of Digimon for some time. Though kind and supportive of her son, she is somewhat fearful when he voiced that he had to go to the Digital World and stop the machinations of Kurata. Her memories of the family's time with Agumon were temporarily erased, but that seems to have been reversed. She later appears to give the former DATS team dinner, and is very dumbfounded when meeting BanchoLeomon for the first time.

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Kristy Damon (Daimon Chika)

Voiced by: Kokoro Kikuchi (JP), Melissa Fahn (EN)

Kristy is Marcus's sister. She was immediately taken with and friendly towards Marcus's rival and friend Thomas, and it was her wish that he escort her and her mother on her birthday. Later, Kristy befriended a newly hatched Digimon who eventually became Biyomon, but this relationship ended when Biyomon was struck down, and later driven to madness after being revived. When her friend was finally defeated, Kristy was happy to know her friend no longer had to suffer. He comes later back as her partner.

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Biyomon (Piyomon)

Voiced by: Haruhi Terada (JP), Terrence Stone (EN)

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Akihiro Kurata


A cowardly scientist who used to work with Sampson, Yushima, Spencer, and Keenan's parents, and accompanied them on the first expedition into the Digital World. His experiences and activities there were less than positive. Several years later, he's somehow curried the favour of the politicians in charge of DATS and uses this influence to first accompany the team into the Digital World, then when that doesn't go quite as planned, to convince the government that both Digimon and DATS are a threat and to have them wiped out and arrested respectively. Things continue to go pear-shaped from there. As the series goes on, he's shown to have no regard for human life either, and in fact he's real plan with the data he took from the Digital World was to revive a powerful digimon called Belphemon and use him to Take Over the World.

Voiced by: Masami Kikuchi (JP), Brian Palermo (EN)

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Absent-Minded Professor: A bit of one when first introduced, particularly when he's around digimon, since he has "allergies" towards them. Of course, this demeanor is a ruse.
  • Ax Crazy
  • Big Bad: No, he's not the final opponent... but pretty much everything that goes wrong in the series is his fault, so...
  • Catch Phrase: The Gratuitous English line above.
  • Complete Monster: The biggest one in the franchise.
  • Despotism Justifies the Means: His ultimate plan.
  • Dirty Coward: He's a genocidal monster, but when the tables turn on him, he reacts with complete fear. In the end he responds by begging ShineGreymon Burst Mode to stay back and begs for his life and then asking for someone to save him before he gets vaporized.
  • Disk One Final Boss: After he's dealt with, the heroes then have to deal with the justifiably infuriated digital God his actions convinced to Kill All Humans.
  • Fantastic Racism: Against Digimon.
  • Faux Affably Evil: His humorous quirks only emphasize how he is easily the most monstrous villain of any Digimon canon.
  • Four Eyes, Zero Soul
  • Humans Are the Real Monsters: Well he most certainly is, and because of it, the Digimon believe this about all humans.
  • Humiliation Conga: After ShineGreymon evolves to Burst Mode, the fight becomes this for him. First, ShineGreymon preceeds to literally tear his One-Winged Angel form apart around him and shrugs off his counterattack like it was nothing. His dialog after that is consists almost entirely of begging for his life as he's soundly defeated in one punch. To add insult to injury, his attempt to destroy the Digital World with his dying breath backfires and results in his death as he's screaming for someone to save him. Sure, that did set up the next arc, but he didn't know that, his last memories are being vaporised by his own revenge plot while dying as he lived as a scared, pathetic man. Due to him being the most evil Digimon villain ever, his downfall is extremely satisfying.
  • Hypocrite: Okay Kurata, you hate Digimon. So how come so many of your plans and experiments rely on Digimon, your three lackeys can transform into Digimon, and you even merge with a Digimon! Shouldn't you not be able to stand it? Thomas even calls him on this!
    • He's much worse than that; he believes digimon are dangerous beasts because a Lynxmon had previously attacked him, except that the audience can see that the digimon had only attacked him after he had shot at it. Additionally Kurata reveals that he had invaded and committed genocide on the Digital world which meant a LOT of permanent deaths, among them Keenan's adoptive mother, while accusing the Digimon of eventually attacking the Real World due to their vicious nature!
    • He never cared about the damage done by Digimon, he always had plans to use Belphemon to rule the human world, who coincidentally, does more damage in his rampage then all the earlier Digimon COMBINED. Really, his attitude can be summed up as It's All About Me.
  • Karmic Death: And how! Although unfortunately, his action that accidentally caused his own death also had some terrible unforseen consequences as well. Still doesn't change the fact he got exactly what he deserved though.
  • Knight of Cerebus
  • Mad Scientist
  • Manipulative Bastard
  • Oh Crap: His reaction to ShineGreymon Burst Mode. His Oh Craps get progressively larger as ShineGreymon shrugs off his counterattack like it was nothing, shoots him an absolutely hate-filled Death Glare while performing an Unflinching Walk straight towards him, and finally when Marcus prepares to punch his face in. His biggest one, however, comes when his final plan fails to destroy the Digital World as he'd wanted and he's killed in the resulting reaction.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: He wishes to kill all Digimon. There's a reason fans consider him worse than Myotismon...
    • This was his initial goal but he eventually changes his mind when he realizes Digimon can be controlled. He still keeps up the act however as part of his bid to get the government on his side, who end up funding his Take Over the World scheme.
  • One-Winged Angel: Merges with Belphemon to become Belphemon Rage Mode, his face appearing in its chest.
  • Playing Against Type: This is Tenchi and Keiichi, folks. Not to mention Digimon's own beloved Jou, Demon, Dolphin, and freakin' Neemon.
  • Scary Shiny Glasses
  • Smug Snake: Most notably shown when he mocks Spencer even when the man stayed behind to allow the rest of the team to escape.
  • The Sociopath
  • Ungrateful Bastard: Towards Spencer Damon.
  • Villainous Breakdown: "DAMON! DAMON! DAMON! DAAAAMOOOOON!"
  • Xanatos Speed Chess: Very good at this.


Voiced by: Ryoko Ono (JP), Philece Sampler (EN)

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Voiced by: Takanori Hoshino (JP)

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Voiced by: KENN (JP), Dave Wittenberg (EN)

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Yggdrasil/"King Drasil"

The god of the Digital World. He's not impressed with how humans have been wrecking his world lately.

Voiced by: Rika Fukami (JP), Jonathan David Cook and Mona Marshall (EN)

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Anti-Villain: Type III. The guy is only trying to protect the Digimon and Kurata tried to genocide them, it's only natural he'd come to think Humans Are the Real Monsters. That and the two worlds are about to collide and from his perspective due to Kurata's actions, destroying the human world is the best option.
  • Big Bad: Of the final arc. However, Kurata is still directly responsable for this and the overall Big Bad of the series, so Yggdrasil is actually just the Final Boss.
  • God Is Evil: Subverted. He's normally a pretty good guy, it's just a Complete Monster of a human tried to destroy his worshipers, convincing him that Humans Are the Real Monsters.
  • Humans Are the Real Monsters: Thanks to Kurata's completely unprovoked attempted genocide of the Digimon, he's come to believe this. Marcus manages to convince him otherwise in the end.
  • Master Computer: Is revealed to be the computer that oversees the Digital World. His realizing the limitations this comes with is a major plot point.
  • One-Winged Angel: After being defeated in Spencer Damon's body, he transforms into a massive machine form.
  • Physical God: Is the god of the Digital World and pretty much has the power to back that up.

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