Digimon Encyclopedia


Lucemon (X Antibody)

X Antibody
Evil King
Special Move
・Paradise Lost
・Purgatorial Flame
・Seventh Divine Cruz


Both divine and diabolical, this ultimate Evil King Digimon is the strongest of the Seven Great Demon Lords Digimon. Lucemon: Chaos Mode instigated a rebellion in ancient times, and was sealed away in the Dark Area along with many other Evil King Digimon. Its power exceeds that of other Mega Digimon, so much so that it even rivals the entity that is considered “God.” Although it has a godlike side that cherishes all living things, it also has a demonic side that wants to annihilate the world itself. This is why it aims to destroy this world, and build a new one in its stead. Its special move Paradise Lost launches its enemy high into the air with a wild barrage before it grabs their limbs and slams them into the ground, and Dead or Alive seals the enemy with a three-dimensional magic circle made from holy and evil spheres. Those caught in this magic circle have a 50/50 chance of being completely obliterated or taking heavy damage.

■Effects of the X Antibody on Lucemon’s DigiCore:
Despite being a Demon Lord, Lucemon (X Antibody) now has six golden wings that illuminate its form with such divine brilliance it could easily be mistaken for an Angel. But the changes to Lucemon (X Antibody) go more than skin deep. Its power and intelligence now far exceed those of its former self as well, elevating it above God as a perfect being. Having obtained the ultimate level of power and wisdom, such that it can arrange all as it wills, Lucemon (X Antibody) came to reign over the Digital World as the avatar of both creation and destruction.
Lucemon (X Antibody)’s special move is Seventh Divine Cruz, which involves unleashing the light of destruction from a collection of ten super-heated spheres of light arranged into the shape of a cross as if they were planets in alignment. Digimon slain by this technique are said to have their DigiCores absorbed by the Crown of Pride to be converted into Lucemon (X Antibody)’s flesh and blood.