Field Nature Spirits
Name Origin From Oreamnos americanus, the scientific name for the mountain goat (which is, despite the name, not a true goat). Also a pun on ore, a very masculine personal prononun in Japanese, and English ore, a rock containing a metal.
Oremon is grumpy, to the surprise of nobody and nothing. He's hard-headed and stubborn, and very quick to anger. His temper and confrontational attitude means that any fight he doesn't start he'll be more than willing to join. He doesn't talk a lot, but when he does, it will probably be brutally honest and short-- but usually right. Oremon knows who he is and doesn't care one whit about what anybody else thinks about him, and so he's often eager to drive other people away and turn them out.
(Of course, this is at least in part an act. He's very protective over the people he's close to, especially his partner, and he cares about more than he acts like he does. He may act like nothing affects him, but he's actually kind of a bleeding heart. He really likes little kids, too-- make a 'kid' joke at your own risk, though.)
Oremon is a solitary digimon; individuals live alone in the mountains. They are very territorial, and upon meeting another oremon, they will often lock horns and grapple. Any other digimon that enter their territory will be chased out. Their heads can get hard enough to crack stone.