Colosseum Stadium

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The Colosseum Stadium is a perfect stage for Digimon Arena.

Digimon Arena

- The arena is located within the DATS Center near Yukaridramon and Chuchidarumon, but the map is in Western Village.
- The Digimon Arena was added on Feb. 13, 2018, the Season 2 was added March 27, 2018. It added new features and more levels.

[Guide to Digimon Arena]

  • Basic concept of Digimon Arena system is to measure the battle ability of tamers.
  • You can enter Colosseum Stadium area with the Digimon Arena Admission ticket and duel with other Digimons.
  • You can obtain Battle Points whenever you complete each stage of Digimon Arena.
  • Battle Points can be invested through the NPC Board in DATS Center, and you can receive reward according to the invested points.
  • Only tamers above level 10 can participate.

[Related NPCs]

  • NPC Miki Kurosaki: You can enter [Digimon Arena] through her.
  • NPC Board: You can invest your [Battle Point] on Board to claim your rewards.
  • NPC Mary: You can begin, continue challenges or leave Digimon Arena through her.

[How to Obtain Admission Ticket]

- Complete quest '[Daily] Digimon Arena Admission' = NPC Miki Kurosaki

[Digimon Arena Notice]

  • [Digimon Arena] is planned to be updated by 2 seasons.
  • The Season 1 update of [Digimon Arena] does not include [Weekly Ranking], [Monthly Ranking], [Seasonal Ranking] and [Hall of Fame].
  • [Digimon Arena Admission] which is required for entering [Digimon Arena] will be removed every 00:00 (GMT +9) as it expires daily.



Digimon Arena Season 2

Ranking System and Difficulty Level are updated on Digimon Arena's 2nd Season.

[Difficulty Level Update]

- Digimon Arena Common Mode battle increased to level 30.

- The max HP of opponents of level 12 ~ 20 have been decreased.

- The opponents from level 21 to 30 will gradually be stronger.

- Battle Point obtained from level 21 to 30 will gradually be increased.

[Hero Mode Update and Improvements]

- Hero Mode has been added to Digimon Arena.

- You can start Hero Mode through Mary located in upper-left corner of Colosseum Stadium.

- Hero Mode has much higher difficulty than Common Mode, and you can obtain more Battle Points.

- Once you start the battle, you cannot change Common Mode or Hero Mode to another.

- As Hero Mode has been updated, party admission in Digimon Arena is enabled.

- Only party leader is able to start or finish the battle in Digimon Arena.

[Ranking System]

- Ranking System has been updated in Digimon Arena.

- As the Ranking System is applied, the Weekly Ranking / Monthly Ranking / Seasonal Ranking and Hall of Fame is activated.

- When you invest the Battle Points, you can obtain daily reward and will be registered in Weekly Ranking / Monthly Ranking / Seasonal Ranking.

- The ranks will be refreshed periodically and you can check rank, guild, tamer name, changes, current rank reward.

- When there are tamers with same amount of Battle Points, the first one to invest the Points will be in the lead of rank.

- When the Ranking is refreshed, you can also check last week, last month, and last season's ranking.

1) Weekly Ranking

- You can receive [Weekly] Arena Vouchers regarding to your rank of Weekly Ranking. Arena Vouchers can be exchanged to reward items through Digitamamon in DATS Center.

- Weekly Ranking expires every Monday, and will be refreshed at 14:00 of every Tuesday.

[Weekly Arena Voucher List]

  • Weekly Ranking 1st Rank / [Weekly] Arena Voucher 100ea
  • Weekly Ranking 2nd Rank / [Weekly] Arena Voucher 90ea
  • Weekly Ranking 3rd Rank / [Weekly] Arena Voucher 85ea
  • Weekly Ranking 4th ~ 5th Rank / [Weekly] Arena Voucher 80ea
  • Weekly Ranking 6th ~ 10th Rank / [Weekly] Arena Voucher 75ea
  • Weekly Ranking 11th ~ 10% Rank / [Weekly] Arena Voucher 50ea
  • Weekly Ranking 10% ~ 20% Rank / [Weekly] Arena Voucher 40ea
  • Weekly Ranking 20% ~ 30% Rank / [Weekly] Arena Voucher 30ea
  • Weekly Ranking 30% ~ 40% Rank / [Weekly] Arena Voucher 15ea
  • Weekly Ranking 40% ~ 50% Rank / [Weekly] Arena Voucher 10ea
  • Weekly Ranking 50% ~ 60% Rank / [Weekly] Arena Voucher 7ea
  • Weekly Ranking 60% ~ 70% Rank / [Weekly] Arena Voucher 5ea
  • Weekly Ranking 70% ~ 80% Rank / [Weekly] Arena Voucher 3ea
  • Weekly Ranking 80% ~ 90% Rank / [Weekly] Arena Voucher 2ea
  • Weekly Ranking 90% ~ 100% / [Weekly] Arena Voucher 1ea

2) Monthly Ranking

- You can receive [Monthly] Arena Vouchers regarding to your rank of Monthly Ranking. Arena Vouchers can be exchanged to reward items through Digitamamon in DATS Center.

- Monthly Ranking expires at every last day of month, and will be refreshed at 14:00 of every first day of month.

3) Season Ranking

- You can receive [Seasonal] Arena Vouchers regarding to your rank of Seasonal Ranking. Arena Vouchers can be exchanged to reward items through Digitamamon in DATS Center.

- Seasonal Ranking expires at every last day of Season, and will be refreshed at 14:00 of day next month.

4) Hall of Fame

- Top rank tamers at every end of Season will be recorded in Hall of Fame.

- The tamer name and guild name recorded in Hall of Fame will not be changed.

- The top rank tamers in Hall of Fame will have their duplicate image on the podium in DATS Center until the beginning of next Season.

※ Starting and ending of each Ranking can be changed regarding to the service conditions.



[Guide to the Arena]

  • [Levels] There are 20 levels with in the Arena, each one progressing in difficulty. The monsters you face are the same whether you enter Solo or as a Team(Team Arena to be added later).
  • [Points] By defeating a level within the Arena you earn a Point. You can earn a maximum of 20 in GDMO and 30 in KDMO Points per ticket. You can go in as many times as you have tickets.
  • [Losses] If you are defeated with in the arena you will have your current score(points) subtracted from, the amount taken off raises with each level capping at 5. So if you make it to level 15, and lose. You will receive 10 Points.
  • [Rewards] Each day you can put points into the arena board.
  • The rewards you earn are, If you put in 40 points you obtain all of the listed items.
  • 1: For 5 points you get 10 Chicken Combo
  • 2: For 10 points you get 10 Jump Booster [All Area] and 5 Miracle Fruit
  • 3: For 15 points you get 30 Accelerators
  • 4: For 20 points you get 5 Random low class data boxes
  • 5: For 25 points you get 10 back-up disks
  • 6: For 30 points you get 4 Option change stones and 4 Number changestones
  • 7: For 40 points you get 3 Random Reinforced Mercenary Digimon Eggs(Data, Vac or Virus) depending on the day, and on Friday's you get 1 of each Data,Vac, and Virus.


  • [Digimon you will battle]

"Common"

  • Level 1: You will see one of the following: Upamon (514 HP), Tanemon (514 HP), Tsunomon (514 HP)
  • Level 2: You will see one of the following: Fanbeemon (1,100 HP), Salamon (1,100 HP)
  • Level 3: You will see one of the following: Patamon (2,750 HP) or Impmon (2,750 HP)
  • Level 4: You will see one of the following: Dorumon (2,750 HP), Guilmon (2,750 HP), Gabumon (2,750 HP)
  • Level 5: You will see one of the following: Rockmon (4,035 HP), Digmon (4,035 HP), Seadramon (4,035 HP)
  • Level 6: You will see one of the following: Gatomon (5,100 HP), BlackGatomon (5,100 HP), Dokugumon (5,100 HP), DexDorugamon (5,100 HP)
  • Level 7: You will see one of the following: Starmon (6,624 HP), Garurumon (6,624 HP), Deputymon (6,624 HP)
  • Level 8: You will see one of the following: Gekomon (8,750 HP), Meramon (8,720 HP), Bakemon (8,720 HP), Mikemon (8,720 HP)
  • Level 9: You will see one of the following: Ikkakumon (15,000 HP), Veedramon (15,000 HP), Greymon (15,000 HP), Sangloupmon (15,000 HP), Angemon (15,000 HP)
  • Level 10: You will see Two of the following: Ikkakumon (15,000 HP), Veedramon (15,000 HP), Greymon (15,000 HP), Sangloupmon (15,000 HP), Angemon (15,000 HP)
  • Level 11: You will see three of the following: Ikkakumon (15,000 HP), Veedramon (15,000 HP), Greymon (15,000 HP), Sangloupmon (15,000 HP), Angemon (15,000 HP)
  • Level 12: You will see one of the following: Kuwagamon (210,000 HP) or Kentarumon (980,000 HP)
  • Level 13: You will see both of the following: Kuwagamon (210,000 HP) and Kentarumon (980,000 HP)
  • Level 14: You will see one of the following: Devimon (1,742,054 HP) or Kimeramon (880,000 HP)
  • Level 15: You will see both of the following: Devimon (1,742,054 HP) and Kimeramon (880,000 HP)
  • Level 16: You will see one of the following: Datamon (2,434,200 HP) or Etemon (2,434,200 HP)
  • Level 17: You will see both of the following: Datamon (2,2342,00 HP) and Etemon (2,434,200 HP)
  • Level 18: You will see one of the following: MegaSeadramon (850,000 HP), Marine Devimon (860,000 HP), Birdramon (825,000 HP), Garudamon (875,000 HP), or Phoenixmon (825,000 HP)
  • Level 19: You will see two of the following: MegaSeadramon (850,000 HP), Marine Devimon (860,000 HP), Birdramon (825,000 HP), Garudamon (875,000 HP), or Phoenixmon (825,000 HP)
  • Level 20: You will see three of the following: MegaSeadramon (850,000 HP) Marine Devimon (860,000 HP), Birdramon (825,000 HP), Garudamon (875,000 HP), or Phoenixmon (825,000 HP)
  • Level 21: You will see the following digimon: Kimeramon (880,000 HP) and Kimeramon (880,000 HP)
  • Level 22: Kimeramon (880,000 HP) and Datamon (2,434,200 HP)
  • Level 23: Datamon (2,434,200 HP) and Etemon (2,434,200 HP)
  • Level 24: Marine Devimon (4,800,000 HP)
  • Level 25: Blossomon (4,200,000 HP)
  • Level 26: Phoenixmon (5,000,000 HP)
  • Level 27: Xuanwumon (5,200,000 HP)
  • Level 28: Zhuqiaomon (6,000,000 HP)
  • Level 29: Baihumon (5,500,000 HP)
  • Level 30: Xuanwumon (5,200,000 HP) and Zhuqiaomon (6,000,000 HP)

"Hero"

  • Level 1: Kimeramon (880,000 HP) and Kimeramon (880,000 HP)
  • Level 2: Kimeramon (880,000 HP) and Datamon (2,434,200 HP)
  • Level 3: Datamon (2,434,200 HP) and Etemon (2,434,200 HP)
  • Level 4: Marine Devimon (4,800,000 HP)
  • Level 5: Blossomon (4,200,000 HP)
  • Level 6: Phoenixmon (5,000,000 HP)
  • Level 7: Xuanwumon (5,200,000 HP)
  • Level 8: Zhuqiaomon (6,000,000 HP)
  • Level 9: Baihumon (5,500,000 HP)
  • Level 10: MegaSeadramon (4,200,000 HP), Birdramon (4,200,000 HP), and Sinduramon (3,200,000 HP)
  • Level 11: MarineDevimon (4,800,000 HP), Garudamon (4,800,000 HP), and Blossomon (4,200,000 HP)
  • Level 12: MegaSeadramon (4,200,000 HP), Birdramon (4,200,000 HP), and Sinduramon (3,200,000 HP)
  • Level 13: MarineDevimon (4,800,000 HP), Garudamon (4,800,000 HP), and Blossomon (4,200,000 HP)
  • Level 14: MarineDevimon (4,800,000 HP), Sinduramon (3,200,000 HP), and Phoenixmon (5,000,000 HP)
  • Level 15: Xuanwumon (5,200,000 HP) and Zhuqiaomon (6,000,000 HP)
  • Level 16: Xuanwumon (5,200,000 HP), Xuanwumon (5,200,000 HP), and Xuanwumon (5,200,000 HP)
  • Level 17: Zhuqiaomon (6,000,000 HP), Zhuqiaomon (6,000,000 HP), and Zhuqiaomon (6,000,000 HP)
  • Level 18: Xuanwumon (5,200,000 HP), Zhuqiaomon (6,000,000 HP), and Baihumon (5,500,000 HP)
  • Level 19: Zhuqiaomon (6,000,000 HP), Baihumon (5,500,000 HP), and Baihumon (5,500,000 HP)
  • Level 20: Baihumon (5,500,000 HP), Baihumon (5,500,000 HP), and Baihumon (5,500,000 HP)


  • Rounds 21-30 for Common Mode and all of Hero Mode are actual raids with skills and their respective timers, the only raid that is different from their respective dungeon raid is Baihumon, in BDG it spawns towers every 30 seconds with about 50,000 HP while in the Colosseum they spawn a lot less often and have about half the amount of HP.