There was a discussion a while ago about armor evolution, which sparked in me an idea about the digimental/digieggs being actual eggs and giving birth to Digimon. I finally got around to draw one of them:
Level: Armor Type: Elemental Atribute: Free
Previously only know as evolution itens, it was recently uncovered that Digimentals which acquired a big amount of data are able
to born a Digimon, like a Digitama.
FortisElemon is born from the Digimental of Courage and as such, inherited fire habilities. They are capable of inspiring their allies
in battle, engulfing them in flames that enhance their powers (Fortis Flame). THe ultimate aspect of this habilidade allows FortisElemon
to enable an ally to armor evolve (Courage Blessing). If they're endangered, they can defend themselves with their scimitar (Flaemis Cut).
The idea for this family is that they're Mamemon-like, small but great power. The catch is that they're more support oriented and not as powerful on their own. All have Digicores with their Crests and the Digi-entelechy symbol (I don't think it was ever stated as such?) to represent their connection to evolution.
Ooh, I like that you decided to go with the support route instead of the more combative route. Which helps accentuate the fact that the Digimon is the armor itself and, therefore, is inherently centered around empowering allies.
In short, very, very well done, and I hope to see Digimon concepts for the othe Digimentals as well.
P.S. I like that you put the digital hazard symbol on the shield.
PROFILE: The first known instance of this Fallen Angel Digimon was originally an Angemon-species Digimon, infected with DeviDramon data after being captured, tortured and branded with the Mark of Evil by the Dark Side hosts. It is extremely violent and cruel, but is loyal to its Lord, whether they are Dark Digimon, Holy Digimon or even a Tamer. Its Signature Move is a wave of scarlet energy that emerges from the palm of its hand, which can be thrown or used to strike its foe (Crimson Revenge). Its Special Move is manifesting a gate leading to the Dark Area, from which there is no return (Gate of Despair). It can also create copies made of dark energy that weaken its foes on touch (Soul of Darkness).
I mean, it's almost like it was already there, with Baalmon, Lucemon FM, Manticoremon, NeoDevimon, Bagramon, Beelzebumon and a lot more.
Ochistrikitu's work is always superb, I'm very grateful to be able to work with him; be sure to check him on Twitter
I always love El Doradimon since I saw him. He shows how different things in the digital world are since even the place you live could be a monster. I decided to give him a full line with that concept. Not an artist, though so I won't give pictures.
What seems to be a simple straw hut is actually a Digimon. Living in a symbiotic relationship with those who live in him. He protects other Digimon from the weather and other hazards and they provide food and other services to Strawmon. In case of a serious threat, Strawmon turns into a giant ball of hay and rolls away at high speed with along with the digimon living inside of it. In the digital world you may see an entire village of Strawmon rolling across the land.
It looks like a mushroom the size of a house with a set of doors and windows. If you go inside him, you will find a fully functional house with a kitchen, bedroom, and living area. The Giant Mushmon has no real means of combat, but he can hide from danger by going underground. He can also move through the earth and pop up where you least expect it. One day you might see a baron grassland the next, an entire town of Giant Mushmon could be there.
It looks like a giant robot and a stone castle have merged together (like Alexander from Final Fantasy). He has two massive tower like arms that can crush anything that gets in its way. His main body is the upper part of a castle robot, but inside of legs, he is supported by serval rolling balls that allow it to move in any direction. Many powerful Digimon and their servants make their home in Castlemon due to the protection and offensive power he provides.