He serves as an antagonist in Digimon Frontier, serving Cherubimon.
Powers and Stats
Tier: At least 6-C | At least High 4-C, possibly 4-A
Name: Arbormon | Petaldramon
Gender: Technically genderless, treated as male
Classification: Hybrid-level Cyborg Digimon | Hybrid-level Plant Digimon, Member of the Ten Legendary Warriors
Attack Potency: At least Island level (Can fight evenly with the other Legendary Warriors, Hybrid-level Digimon are more or less compared to Champion-level Digimon in terms of power) | At least Large Star level, possibly Multi-Solar System level (Beast-Hybrid level Digimon are often comparable or superior to Ultimates .such as Digitamamon in power. Defeated Calmaramon fairly casually)
Lifting Strength: Superhuman (Lifts Agnimon and Wolfmon at the same time with one hand each in Episode 14) | Class 5 (Drags Blizzarmon a short distance in Episode 19)
Striking Strength: At least Island Class | At least Large Star Class, possibly Multi-Solar System Class
Durability: At least Island level via power-scaling | At least Large Star Class, possibly Multi-Solar System Class
Stamina: High. He has underwent several prolonged battles with the heroes without tiring
Range: Standard melee range normally, several dozen meters with vines | Several dozen meters due to sheer size, hundreds of meters with projectiles and plant control
Standard Equipment: None
Intelligence: Arbormon is not a particularly intelligent Digimon, speaking slowly with a stereotypical "dumb muscle" accent and generally relies on his allies to do the thinking for him. Despite this, he has proven himself to be a legitimate threat, batting away the heroes on several occasions with his furious barrages of punches and kicks and combining them with his plant-based powers to devastate large areas very quickly. However, he's easily tricked due to his poor critical thinking, leading him to be outsmarted on several occasions.
Weaknesses: Can be lazy and is easily distracted and tricked due to his low intelligence.
Overwrite: All Digimon can rewrite their data, so that they are able to react to various situations that were once problematic for it. This usually causes a gigantic increase in power and sometimes new skills and resistances are gained. However, the more emotional the Digimon is, the more violent the overwrite becomes.
- Machine Gun Dance: He spins around to punches and kicks opponents from long distances with vines extending from his hands and feet.
- Blockade Seed: Shoots out a seed-shaped bomb from his mouth.
- Leaf Cyclone: Shoots a tornado of razor-sharp leaves within a blast of energy.
- Thousand Spikes: Sends its vein-tails into the ground and grabs the enemy.
- Vegetation Consumption: Petaldramon can devour and absorb the surrounding vegetation to make himself larger and stronger.
Key: Arbormon | Petaldramon