Like his original counterpart, he is voiced by Miwa Matsumoto in the Japanese version.
He first appears when he and Takeru were captured by Velgemon.
Yamato rescues Takeru. However, Velgrmon fights back and attempts to capture Takeru again when Angemon, who was restrained somewhere, breaks free and rushes to Takeru's aid. In the occasion, a Digivice appears for Takeru, and Angemon uses his powers to heal and empower MetalGreymon and WereGarurumon, who defeat Velgrmon. Exhausted, Angemon reverts to a Digi-Egg and is stolen by SkullKnightmon.
Yamato and Takeru manage to reclaim Angemon’s Digi-egg. As WereGarurumon was pinned by AxeKnightmon’s dark arrows, Yamato upgrades WereGarurumon by becoming his Saggitarious Mode, and manages to overpower AxeKnightmon. Just then, Angemon’s Digi-Egg glows and wipes out AxeKnightmon, destroying the tower in the process.
When MetalGreymon dark Digivolves briefly to a corrupted glowing red, cannon-less Machinedramon and attacks DoneDevimon, but DoneDevimon still seems to have the upper hand. Tokomon having had enough of Agumon’s suffering, Tokomon & T.K. use their holy powers, Tokomon briefly warp digivolves to Angemon to reach him in order to stop Agumon’s rampage, clam him down, and by learning that Taichi is still alive and Agumon briefly wrap digivolve WarGreymon.
When Xiaomon and its friends regain their will to have hope, their will to never give up, Patamon regain to digivolve to Angemon. Angemon use Hand of Fate to get out from WaruMonzaemon and Opossummon orders WaruMonzaemon to swallowed Angemon and Xiaomon's whole friends but fails. Angemon tells Opossummon that everyone's hope is what granted him his wings once more, Angemon uses his rode along with Xiaomon's friends destroy WaruMonzaemon and Opossummon for good.
- Hand of Fate: Fires a shining energy blast from his knuckles.
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