Powers and Stats
Tier: At least High 6-C | At least High 4-C
Name: Grottomon/Grumblemon, Gigasmon
Classification: Digimon, Legendary Warrior of Earth
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Earth Manipulation, Expert Hand-to-Hand Combatant, Petrification, Self Information Manipulation and Reactive Evolution via Overwrite, Can turn earth to Golemon, Can paralyze foes
Attack Potency: At least Large Island level+ via power-scaling (Human-Hybrid level Digimon are generally compared to Champion-level Digimon, can fight evenly with any of the other Legendary Warriors or multiple warriors at once) | At least Large Star level via power-scaling (Beast-Hybrid level Digimon are compared to Ultimates in overall power, easily overpowered the entirety of the DigiDestined in his first use of the form, can shift tectonic plates to generate localized earthquakes on demand)
Speed: FTL ( Can keep up with the rest of the Legendary Warriors, who have dodged lasers made of sunlight) | At least FTL
Lifting Strength: Likely around Class 10 (Stronger than Agunimon, who can slow down Locomon, physically) | At least Class 100 (Easily throws around large chunks of rock and can wrestle with other Beast-Hybrids like Korikakumon).
Striking Strength: At least Large Island Class+ (Damages Digimon like Agnimon and Wolfmon) | At least Large Star Class via power-scaling (Should be comparable to an Ultimate-level Digimon, can shift tectonic plates)
Durability: At least Large Island level+ via power-scaling | At least Large Star level via power-scaling
Stamina: High; can engage in prolonged combat
Range: Extended melee range with his hammer
Standard Equipment: Grumblemon uses hammers that he can instantly create out of Earth. These hammers can extend slightly if needed.
He also has a jar of magic. It has been shown to paralyze people or to create Golemon, a Champion-level Digimon, out of Earth.
Intelligence: Grumblemon speaks with a lisp and with poor grammar, but his poor speaking ability masks his skill in both combat and manipulation, easily outwitting the DigiDestined for most of the series and pummeling them in close combat with relative ease. As one of the most recurring and dangerous foes in the series, he is also remorseless, destroying a mountain without regard for its inhabitants if it means furthering his goals. However, he has a tendency to hold grudges, and he will act rashly against those who have beaten him in the past.
Weaknesses: Lack of ranged attacks
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.
- Seismic Sledge: Summons one or more of its flexible Hammers from the ground or its armor and hits the enemy with them. The attack can be used to petrify and smash enemies.
- Jack in the Box Jumps out of the ground and attacks with his hammer.
- Tectonic Slam: Smashes the ground with his fists causing an earthquake and splitting the ground apart.
- Hurricane Bomber: Spins in circles hitting things with its fists.
Key: Grumblemon | Gigasmon