Japanese Nameシードラモン
Special TechniqueIce Arrow
Variations[Seadramon X]

Digivolution Line

RookieBetamon or SnowAgumon

Seadramon (シードラモン "Seadramon") is a marine beast Digimon of the data type. They are large sea serpents with a big, round head and razor-sharp fins. Some Seadramon present a pointy snout instead of a flat one; it is unknown what provokes this change. Their enlongated bodies allow them to squeeze and suffocate their preys and enemies. Their special attack is the Ice Arrow, on which they spit an icicle from their mouth. The shot has high penetration value and is able to pierce through several layers of armor. They may also spit Water Arrows, which are less penetrating but physically more devastating.

[edit] Anime Appearances

[edit] Digimon Adventure

Seadramon appeared as the third enemy digimon that the Digi-Destined met in Episode 3-"Garurumon". Finding a Serene Lake, the Digi-Destined decided to take the time to rest and regain their energy. While most of the kids slept in a trolley car next to the lake, a few of the boys took turns guarding the camp. While Tai was guarding, an ash from the campfire landed on Seadramon's tail, and she woke up with a rage, bringing the chunk of land with the trolley on it to the center of the lake. Matt, who walked around the lake, unable to sleep, knew he had to save his brother and friends on the Island. However, Seadramon caught him in a grip, similar to the grip Shellmon had on Tai. Gabumon digivolved into Garurumon to save Matt, and ended up fighting Seadramon, Seadramon used ice blaster to freeze him, but Garurumon attacks Seadramon with howling blaster which eats throw Seadramon's ice blast and forces her to swallow the attack which burns her insides and defeats her. Seadramon recoils from pain and the children cheer as she screams and crashes into the water, and is submerged for a few seconds. The weakened Seadramon then attempts to raise from water, but quickly succumbs to her wounds. The defeated digimon lets out a faint cry as she she sinks into the water, with smoke coming from her mouth and tail from her burned insides. After she is completely submerged a trail of smoke can be seen leading into to the water where she sank.

Though Seadramon was not seen later in the season and its unknown if she survived, there was some speculation that she appeared as Myotismon's minion in her digivolved form, MegaSeadramon in Episode 36- "City Under Siege"

[edit] Game Appearances

[edit] Digimon World

Seadramon is a playable digimon. He appears as a friendly, recruitable digimon too. Seadramon digivolves from Betamon.

Seadramon has to be fished out of the water at Dragon Eye Lake. However, you will only find him at the 2nd screen, where the lake is on your left. Seadramon will eat any type of meat. It is clear which shadow is his because it is huge and moves in a pattern fast.

If you manage to catch Seadramon, you can have one of 3 things:

+ A new Ice Technique + Seadramon digivolutions item + The Blue Flute, an item used to instantly summon Seadramon at that particular screen so he can take you to Beetle Land.

If you chose the Blue Flute, Seadramon will no longer be catchable out of the water, but if you pick one of the other 2 options he'll return to the lake and you can fish him up again.

Seadramon digivolves from Betamon and digivolves to Megadramon and MegaSeadramon.

Seadramon can also special digivolve to Vademon if it's age reaches 15 days. When this requirement is fulfilled, there is a 50% of Seadramon digivolving to Vademon.

[edit] Digimon World 3 and Digimon World 2003

Seadramon appears as a frequent enemy near lakes and in swampy areas in the game.

[edit] Digimon World DS

Seadramon digivolves from Betamon at level 13. It can then digivolve into MegaSeadramon at level 27.

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