Dark Masters

The Dark Masters are a fictional villain group that appear in the first season of the Digimon media franchise, Digimon Adventure. The group consists of four powerful Mega-Level Digimon. They are MetalSeadramon, Puppetmon, Machinedramon, and Piedmon. They are the fourth major villains in the first season of the series.

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Dark Masters' Territories and Minions - Victims of The Dark Masters
... Sukamon When the forest was becoming a part of the Dark Masters' world, the ground opened up and he tried to escape, but he fell to his death ... Piximon He saved the DigiDestined after their first defeat by the Dark Masters ... In the next episode after their defeat by the Dark Masters it is stated in the English dub) Scorpiomon He was trapped in a hut set on fire by MetalSeadramon and came out ...
List Of Digimon Adventure Episodes - Episode List
... to travel to the Continent of Server 15 "The Dark Network of Etemon" ("Etemon! The Stage Mounting of Evil") "Etemon! Aku no Hanamichi ... He uses his Dark Network to prevent the Digimon from Digivolving and then traps the group inside of a cave, where they discover their first Crest, Tai's Crest of Courage ... Datamon pulls himself, Etemon and many of Etemon's minions directly into the Dark Network ...
Digimon Adventure - Characters - Villains
... and the rest were sucked into the Dark Network ... He was killed into the Dark Network after he took Etemon with him ... Though loyal to Myotismon to the bitter end, his master consumed him to gain the energy needed to evolve into his final form ...
Yamato "Matt" Ishida - Villains - Dark Masters
... The Dark Masters is a group that consists of four powerful Mega-Level Digimon ... had turned the entire Digital World into Spiral Mountain, where each of the Dark Masters rule one section of it ...

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