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Top 10 Strongest Level 7 Digimon in the TCG

Jeremy has watched and played Digimon since childhood, and probably far too long after.

Omnimon Zwart

Omnimon Zwart

How to Digivolve in the TCG

In the Digimon TCG, digivolving lets you power up your monsters, draw bonus cards, and activate powerful effects. The TCG class system ranks Digimon from In-training (level 2), Rookie (level 3), Champion (level 4), Ultimate (level 5), and Mega (level 6). To digivolve, you play the next level of a card on top of one that has the color listed in the upper-left (usually one that matches the card) and pay the corresponding memory cost.

But since Mega is the highest level, it stops at 6, right? Nope, there exist level 7 super megas that go above and beyond, wielding ridiculously powerful effects and DP stats. Which reign supreme? These are the ten best level 7 Digimon cards!

Jesmon GX

Jesmon GX

10. Jesmon GX

Color: Red

When digivolving, Jesmon lets you play a Royal Knight from your hand/trash with cost 13 or less as its bottom digivolution and activates one of that card's "when digivolving" effects. Then, Jesmon gains blitz, meaning it can immediately attack even if your opponent now has memory.

Jesmon also gains piercing and blocker when it has a Royal Knight digivolution, plus it attacks an extra security card for each. Basically, while heavily reliant on using Royal Knights, Jesmon can very likely end the game if given just one or two.

DeathXmon

DeathXmon

9. DeathXmon

Color: Purple/Black

DeathXmon's enormous play cost of 20 gets reduced by three per Digimon and tamer your opponent controls, making it one of the cheapest level 7s to hard-cast. But he also has a nice digivolve effect, de-digivolving all enemy Digimon by one level, then deleting all enemies of level 4 or less.

Plus, your opponent needs to handle DeathXmon fast, because at the end of each of their turns, he deletes all opposing Digimon with the lowest play cost.

Omnimon Alter-S

Omnimon Alter-S

8. Omnimon Alter-S

Color: White (but evolves from Red or Black)

Alter-S de-digivolves all opposing Digimon, then deletes all foes with 5000 or less DP, hitting most rookies and some champions.

Omnimon can also become unblockable for the turn when attacking by returning one of his level 6 digivolutions to hand. Don't forget you might want to do this even if your opponent has no blockers just to get your card back in hand.

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Alphamon: Ouryuken

Alphamon: Ouryuken

7. Alphamon: Ouryuken

Color: Black

Alphamon's digivolution admittedly costs 7, but upon doing so, he deletes all opposing foes with the highest play cost, a brutal removal. Plus, once per turn, at the end of your turn, he can return up to 7 cards with X-antibody traits from his own digivolutions to the bottom of your deck to gain that much memory, often giving you an immediate bonus turn.

Omnimon

Omnimon

6. Omnimon

Color: White (but evolves from Red/Blue)

Upon digivolving, this Omnimon chooses an enemy and deletes all foes sharing its name, eliminating at least one and sometimes more. When attacking, Omnimon can unsuspend itself by returning a level 6 digivolution to your hand, not only gaining a bonus card but letting you attack again (assuming Omnimon survives the first security check, but at 15,000 DP, he very likely will).

Ordinemon

Ordinemon

5. Ordinemon

Color: Purple/Yellow

If you DNA digivolve into Ordinemon (which requires combining two level 6s), she rewards you by deleting one level 6 or higher enemy and all level 5 or lower! Then, she gives you a bonus security card (from the top of your deck) for each enemy deleted by this, often buying time to secure your win.

And when deleted, Ordinemon can replay herself by trashing your top security card, making foes hesitate to strike lest they leave themselves vulnerable to her 15,000 counterattack.

Susanoomon

Susanoomon

4. Susanoomon

Color: White (but evolves from any)

Susanoomon deserves mention for his rainbow versatility, digivolving onto anything regardless of color. He can even digivolve onto a tamer card by returning 10 tamers or hybrid Digimon from your hand and/or trash to the bottom of your deck, skipping all the in-between stages.

Either way, Susanoo hits fast and hits hard, deleting an enemy upon digivolving and bearing security check+2, meaning (if he survives) he can delete three security cards in one turn!

Omnimon

Omnimon

3. Omnimon (BT5-086)

Color: White (evolves from red/blue)

This Omnimon has a notably low Digivolution cost just 4, and even if this puts memory into your opponent's zone (which normally ends your turn), he can immediately attack thanks to blitz. Plus, since he unsuspends when digivolving, you can attack with a level 6, digivolve, then attack again!

Plus, this card has perhaps the best defense in the entire game, able to save himself from an effect that deletes or returns him to hand/deck by detaching a level 6 card. Just bear in mind this only works with effects; he can still die in battle (though he's sturdy at 15,000).

Omnimon Zwart Defeat

Omnimon Zwart Defeat

2. Omnimon Zwart Defeat

Color: White (but evolves from black/purple)

Zwart Defeat is notably cheap to digivolve into at just three memory, he deletes an opposing tamer upon digivolving, and he deletes an enemy monster upon his own deletion.

While Zwart is weaker than most level 7s at 13,000, he bears an amazing security effect if revealed during a check, playing himself for free (without battling)! Getting an immediate 13,000 beatstick who will kill a foe when trashed can really bring you back from a losing game—pray this card ends up in your security pile.

Imperialdramon Paladin Mode

Imperialdramon Paladin Mode

1. Imperialdramon Paladin Mode

Color: White (but evolves from blue/green)

Deadly at 16,000, Imperialdramon can reduce his sizable evolution cost of 7 down to 3 by returning a white level 7 Digimon from your trash to the bottom of your deck. This can be another copy of himself or any other white level 7; use discard effects to quickly get them in trash.

Imperialdramon has the same effect when evolving and attacking (possibly using it twice in one turn), returning a multicolor digivolution card to the bottom of your deck to trash all digivolution cards of an opposing Digimon, then return all enemy Digimon without evolutions to the bottom of their deck! That's a ridiculous removal that hits at least one foe but can certainly hit more.

Future Digimon Sets

As a relatively young card game, the Digimon TCG continues to release new cards and mechanics, like the tamer-into-Digimon hybrid supports of Digimon Frontier. Through these, we'll undoubtedly see more impressive level 7 megas in the future, but for now, vote for your favorite and I'll see you at our next Digimon countdown!

© 2022 Jeremy Gill

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