KeramonGroup: Unknown - Level: Rookie - Type: Unknown - Attack Techniques: Crazy Giggle, Network Flapping
Keramon is the Rookie level of the Digimon-virus hybrid creature which hatched from the Digi-Egg created by the American Chosen Child, Willis. When he reached the Rookie stage, Keramon immediately began to consume data from the Internet at an exponential rate, putting all global technology at risk. Tai and Izzy contacted Gennai and had him send Agumon and Tentomon on to the Internet to battle Keramon. Their attacks had no effect, and they Digivolved to Greymon and Kabuterimon to fight on, but then, Keramon, charged with energy from the data he had consumed so far, Digivolved once more, completely bypassing the Champion level and Digivolving straight in to the Ultimate level, becoming Infermon.
Keramon makes his first, and ultimately brief, appearance in "Digimon: The Movie." His voice is supplied by Paul St. Peter. One of his attacks is dubbed as “Bug Blaster” in the movie, but there are no clues as to which one it is – we cannot compare with the Japanese version of the movie, as Keramon never spoke in it.
For more information, see Infermon.
Name: From “kerakera,” a Japanese term meaning the sound of cackling laughter.

Kerpymon (virus)Group: Angel – Level: Mega – Type: Virus/Vaccine – Attack Techniques: Holy Hug, Lighting Spear
Kerpymon is the towering Mega form of Kokomon, the estranged Digimon partner of Willis, a DigiDestined from Colorado. Constantly spewing damaging black spherical projectiles, Kerpymon is also able to gravitate objects - such as other Digimon - towards him.
Kerpymon first appeared when he emerged from the waters of a lake that, moments before, Antylamon had disappeared into. His black spheres instantly reverted all the Digimon to Rookie level, and he pulled them into his hands, and began to juggle them, only to hurl them away and turn on Willis. Terriermon intercepted him, but was knocked back by another black ball, though he gave the other Rookies the opening they needed to combine their attacks on Kerpymon - ultimately to no avail. As the villain seized them again and threatened to Kerpymon (vaccine)drop them into his waiting mouth, Angemon and Angewomon arrived in the nick of time to save them. Kerpymon dissolved and reformed, and revealed a hidden power, causing time to reverse, transforming everyone back into toddler - sending them "back to the beginning." Faced with defeat, Angemon and Angewomon used all their energy, and miraculous transformed into their own Mega forms of Seraphimon and Magnadramon. Before Kerpymon cut them down, they released the Golden Digi-Eggs, which transformed Veemon and Terriermon into Magnamon and Rapidmon, whose attacks were powerful, but useless against the virus within Kerpymon that kept healing his wounds. Kerpymon swallowed the two Golden Armour Digimon, but inside the belly of the beast, they were confronted with an image of Endigomon, which directed them to "destroy" - destroy the virus within him. In doing so, Kerpymon reverted to his Vaccine state - but without the virus, could not heal his wounds, and deleted as he thanked Willis for freeing him. Not long after, however, Willis and Terriermon came upon a Digi-Egg - Kokomon had been reborn.
Kerpymon appears in "Digimon: The Movie." His voice is supplied by Paul St. Peter.
Name: A corruption of his Japanese name, "Cherubimon," which comes from "cherub," an order of angel in Christian belief. The Kerpymon which appears in season four of the series, however, retains the Cherubimon name, in order to properly preserve the "three angels" trio in the US version.

Key CardsThe key cards were a set of ten cards which could open an ancient gateway to other worlds, bearing the pictures of ten DigimonAgumon, Gomamon, Gizamon, Elecmon, Drimogemon, Unimon, Kuwagamon, ShogunGekomon, Digitamamon and Andromon. To open the gateway, one had to insert nine of the ten cards into slots in a pillar, which would activate the gate and open it. The gateway was originally located in the base of the mysterious group who protected the DigiWorld (of which Gennai was a part), but when they were slain by the Dark Masters, Myotismon apparently built his castle over their base, as the gateway was then shown to be located in a room deep underneath it. Myotismon planned to open a portal to Earth using the cards, and succeeded in unravelling their riddle, heading for Earth with his army, and attacking Central Odaiba in the search for the Eighth Child, the predestined eighth member of the DigiDestined. With aid from Gennai and the Digimon Analyser, the kids realised that the cards had to be placed in the slots according to Rookie-Champion-Ultimate and Data-Virus-Vaccine classifications - but they still had to figure out which one out of the ten cards was the card that was not required. While under attack from Dokugumon, Tai made a rushed decision, and kept the card depicting Agumon with him, because he was his friend, inserting the other nine into their slots, and successfully opening the portal back to Earth.
Four years later, Oikawa repeatedly used the key cards to open the Earth/DigiWorld gateway, to allow his creations, Arukenimon and Mummymon to enter the DigiWorld and carry out his orders. The defences of the world were too high, however, so he himself could not enter, and had Arukenimon and Mummymon perform tasks to disrupt the balance of the worlds, hoping it would allow him access.
When those plans failed, Oikawa kidnapped various children and implanted them with Dark Spores, believing the Spores would create an energy that would allow him to pass through the portal. But Oikawa, unaware that he was, in fact, possessed by the digital “ghost” of Myotismon, had been manipulated into these actions – and when he arranged the cards via his laptop, Myotismon saw to it that the Agumon card was inserted in place of Gomamon one, opening a doorway to an entirely different dimension, where the villain revealed himself, and absorbed the Dark Spores, transforming himself into MaloMyotismon.
The key cards first appeared in "The Gateway To Home." The kids solved the riddle of the cards in "It's All In The Cards." Despite the fact that Izzy said the classifications for the cards were "In-Training-Rookie-Champion," it's clear from the pictures on the cards that it was "Rookie-Champion-Ultimate." They reappeared in “Oikawa’s Shame.”

Known members of the Kido family include: Joe, his brother Jim, and his parents, who go unnamed and unseen.
Nothing is known about Joe's father, except that he is a doctor, and that he wants Joe to become a doctor as well, regardless of what Joe himself wants. During the group’s initial adventures, Joe did not want to become a doctor, but at some point over the next four years, after seeing all the pain and suffering in the DigiWorld that he could do nothing about, he decided that he did want to go into medicine, so he could help people. On one of the Japanese Digimon audio drama CDs, there is a scene where Mr. Kido talks to Joe, telling him he doesn’t have to become doctor if he doesn’t want to. Similarly, nothing is known about his mother. Neither Joe’s father, nor his mother, were at the summer camp during the final battle with MaloMyotismon. Despite the sparse acknowledgement of their existence, it is at least known that Joe's parents are both still married and alive.
For information on Jim (and the major dub alteration involving him), see his own entry.

Jim (Shin) in Season OneIt should first be stated that Jim is the subject of one of the biggest changes in the American version of Digimon. In actuality, Joe does not have one brother, but two: Shin and Shuu. Shin is the eldest of the three brothers, while Shuu is the middle child. In the dub of the show, Shin and Shuu became one character - Jim. It's not clear if this was an intentional act or a mistake.
Elder brother of Joe Kido of the DigiDestined, Jim at first also trained to be a doctor, planning to go to South America. After the defeat of Myotismon, Joe found Jim (Shin) hiding in a linen closet in their home. Jim then helped the kids out in taking care of the population of Odaiba, who still remained in their trance. After Myotismon returned as VenomMyotismon, and was defeated, a rift to the DigiWorld opened up, and the kids had to go back. Jim noted that it was hard to believe that the fate of the world rested on the shoulders of a bunch of kids, and joked that they'd know they messed up if the sun didn't rise tomorrow. After a scolding from Izzy's mother, he wished Joe and the others well in their mission. He then appeared briefly as a spectator to the kids' battle with Apocalymon.
Four years later, Jim had begun to study mythology under Sora's father, Professor Haruhiko Takenouchi. While the dub has Jim abandon a medicinal career, in the original, this was Shuu's introduction, and he has always had an interest in this topc. Jim accompanied Takenouchi on many trips, one of which was to the city of Kyoto, where they met Yolei. When they were there, BlackWarGreymon destroyed another Destiny Stone, disrupting the balance between the worlds, and allowing Digimon to appear in Kyoto. Professor Takenouchi, Jim and Yolei followed them, and Shurimon defeated a Musyamon, before the warp stabilised.
When the Daemon Corps appeared in Tokyo, and Arukenimon tricked Ken into coming with her, Jim arrived with his car to help pursue the villains. Kari and Yolei left with Silphymon to fight LadyDevimon, and then when they were caught in a traffic jam resulting from MarineDevimon’s rampage, Davis and Wormmon followed Arukenimon’s truck on Jim (Shuu) in Season TwoRaidramon’s back. As Shakkoumon battled MarineDevimon, Jim, Cody and T.K. helped doctors at a nearby hospital get the patients to safety.
When the battle was done and Daemon was defeated, Jim drove all the kids home, making up excuses for why all of them were so late.
Jim was present at the summer camp during the final battle with MaloMyotismon. In actuality, BOTH brothers were present, but no explanation was given for this in the dub. Shin speaks with the deeper voice that Shuu has been speaking with all through the dub of this season.
In March of the following year, a new evil arose in the DigiWorld, and Jim, June Motomiya, and Momoe and Chizuru Inoue all became DigiDestined to combat it - a precursor to the future where everyone on Earth has a Digimon partner. This was revealed on a Japanese audio drama CD released two years after season two ended.
Twenty-five years later, Jim (Shuu) works with Professor Takenouchi and Izzy in researching the DigiWorld.
Jim (Shin) first appears in "Prophecy.” He reappears (Shuu first appears) in "A Chance Encounter." His voice is supplied by Doug Erholtz.

See Joe

Track #4 on the “Digimon: The Movie” soundtrack – one of many cover versions of the Kim Wilde song, by LEN. It plays during the movie’s closing credits. For the lyrics to this song, click HERE. Chances are your parents will actually know this song, kids.


KimeramonGroup: Composition – Level: Ultimate – Type: Data – Attack Technique: Heat Viper
Kimeramon is a genetically engineered Digimon, created by the Digimon Emperor as his ultimate plan to defeat the DigiDestined and conquer the DigiWorld. He is comprised of Greymon’s body, with Garurumon’s legs, Kabuterimon’s head, Airdramon and Angemon’s wings, Monochromon’s tail, the arms of Kuwagamon, SkullGreymon and Devimon, and MetalGreymon’s hair.
The Emperor schemed to create Kimeramon over a long period of time, and, upon locating a powerful energy signature, put the final part of the plan in motion. He flew his fortress base to the site of the power source, which turned out to be the Dark Whirlpool, and, theorising that it had been created by a Digimon of great power, ventured into it inside a Mekanorimon, seeking to harvest the data of this Digimon to use in Kimeramon. As it turned out, the Digimon was Devimon, mysteriously reborn – (later evidence would point towards the World of Darkness) – who gave the Emperor a warning not to attempt to control the powers of darkness. The Emperor ignored the warning, and harvested Devimon’s data, integrating it into Kimeramon, and unleashing the completed beast on the DigiDestined. Halsemon and Nefertimon battled Kimeramon, but were sorely outmatched. When the Emperor was defeated in a fistfight with T.K., his connection to Kimeramon was disrupted, and Pegasusmon used the opportunity to free his fellow Digimon, so everyone could beat retreat.
The Emperor then proceeded to cut a swathe of destruction across the DigiWorld with his fortress and Kimeramon, constructing Control Spires in his wake. With help from Agumon, Gabumon and Tentomon, the DigiDestined managed to sneak into his fortress, but were confronted by Kimeramon. He defeated the Digimon in battle, reverting the majority of them back to their In-Training forms. He then disobeyed the Emperor’s order, and flew off, leaving the fortress – the dark power of Devimon’s data had corrupted him, leaving him beyond the Emperor’s control.
Wormmon subsequently led Davis to the Digi-Egg of Miracles, which he used to turn Veemon into Magnamon. Kimeramon returned to the fortress, tearing it apart as he battled Magnamon, with no regard for the Emperor. As the fortress went down, Magnamon and Kimeramon took their battle outside, where Kimeramon gained the upper hand, as Magnamon grew weaker. In a final effort to stop the Emperor’s mad plans, Wormmon gave the remainder of his energy to Magnamon, energising him. Magnamon then used his Magna Explosion attack to obliterate Kimeramon.
Kimeramon first appears in silhouette form in “Run Yolei Run.” He first appears fully in “An Old Enemy Returns.” His vocal effects are supplied by Tom Wyner.
Name: From “Chimera,” (pronounced “Kimera”), a creature from Greek mythology comprised of parts of various other animals. “Chimera” has also become a term describing anything that is a combination of different parts.
Note – In the "Anode/Cathode Tamer" game, a Kimeramon is shown to fuse with a Machinedramon to form the evil Millenniummon. Some fans think that Ken may have created Kimeramon through the subconscious urgings of the Dark Spore within him, given that the Spores came from Millenniummon. This is, however, purely conjecture.

The Crest of KindnessThe Crest of Kindness was destined to be owned by Ken of the DigiDestined, but was hidden away by the powers of darkness many years ago. When Ken was corrupted by darkness, and transformed into the Digimon Emperor, the Harmonious Ones, having been sealed away by the Dark Masters when they took over, set about preparing to summon a new team of DigiDestined to battle him. They created new Digivices and Digi-Eggs, and managed to find the Crest of Kindness. However, with the Crest’s owner overcome by evil, it served no purpose as it was, so they reconstructed it into the Digi-Egg of Miracles. Ken found it (possible by chance, but it’s more likely the Harmonious Ones planned for it to happen) and used it to power his fortress.
Months later, when the Emperor had created Kimeramon and was in the process of razing the DigiWorld, his partner Digimon, Wormmon, led Davis of the DigiDestined to the Digi-Egg of Miracles, in hopes that he could do something to it to stop the Emperor’s base, and facilitate his defeat, so that he might be free of the darkness. The Digi-Egg of Miracles transformed Veemon into Magnamon, who defeated Kimeramon, thanks in part to Wormmon’s sacrifice. As the reality of what had happened sunk in, the Emperor reverted back into his Ken persona, and the Digi-Egg of Miracles transformed back into the Crest of Kindness, which floated to Ken.
Ken returned home and slept in a pseudo-coma, which he awoke from with amnesia. Though unable to recognise his parents, he identified the Crest of Kindness, and then went to the DigiWorld, where he met Leafmon, the reborn Baby form of Wormmon.
With his memories back, Ken aided the DigiDestined in their fights with Arukenimon and her unliving Digimon. When the reactor in his old base threatened to explode, as a doorway to the World of Darkness opened within it’s power source, Davis theorised that the Crest of Kindness could stop it. Ken inserted the Crest into its slot, and it seemed to do the job, but then the warp reactivated, worse than ever. Ken feared his Crest was meaningless, but as he formed friendships with the DigiDestined, he knew that it was not.
Ken was never shown to retrieve his Crest from it’s slot, but it appeared again later as he mused over it, meaning that he must have taken it back at some point.
The Crest of Kindness first appears in “The Crest of Kindness.” Its origins are explained in “Kyoto Dragon.” In “Fusion Confusion,” Ken inserts the Crest into a slot with it’s symbol on it in his base’s reactor – which really doesn’t make any sense, as he used the Digi-Egg of Miracles as a power source. There’s no logical reason for there to be a slot or symbol for the Crest of Kindness in the reactor – never mind the fact that the honking great reactor wasn’t in the engine room last time we saw it, either. Bad Japanese writing.

KiwimonGroup: Ancient Bird - Level: Champion - Type: Data - Attack Techniques: Pummel Peck, High Jumping Kick
The first Kiwimon the kids encountered was a minion of Puppetmon, the Dark Master of the digital forest. He's a bird type, but his wings have degenerated, and left him unable to fly. After MetalSeadramon's defeat by the DigiDestined, Puppetmon tried his hand at destroying the kids. As Kiwimon looked on, Puppetmon used a set of magic dolls to control the DigiDestined's actions, and then took T.K. prisoner, playing an all-too-realistic game of "War" with him. Kiwimon was sent to keep the other DigiDestined busy while this went on, using his Pummel Peck attack to keep them on their toes. The battle ended when Kiwimon was destroyed by Birdramon.
Four years later, Kiwimon were seen fleeing when Kimeramon razed a town. When Digimon were appearing in the real world, Catherine, a French DigiDestined girl, was shown to have a Floramon for a partner, who Digivolved into a Kiwimon to help MetalGreymon and MagnaAngemon battle the Mamemon Brothers and Giromon. Later, a Kiwimon (not Catherine's, because her Floramon was there) was seen during the final battle with MaloMyotismon.
Puppetmon’s Kiwimon appears in "Playing Games." His voice is supplied by Paul St. Peter.
Catherine’s Kiwimon appears in “Digimon World Tour, Pt. 2.” Her voice is supplied by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn.Knightmon
Name: From "kiwi," a small, flightless bird native to New Zealand.

Group: Warrior - Level: Ultimate - Type: Data - Attack Techniques: Berserk Sword, Armour Knife
The first Knightmon the DigiDestined encountered was not a real one, but was actually an unliving Digimon created from a Control Spire by Arukenimon. Knightmon was instructed to break the seal on the first Destiny Stone, but the DigiDestined arrived, and he had to battle their Digimon. While Arukenimon and Mummymon held off ExVeemon, Gatomon and Aquilamon, Knightmon was able to defeat Ankylomon and Pegasusmon. However, BlackWarGreymon then showed up and destroyed Knightmon and the stone. Some time later, when Digimon were appearing in the real world after Arukenimon opened all the Digi-Ports, a Knightmon appeared in Japan. After Paildramon Mega-Digivolved to Imperialdramon for the first time, he flew around Japan with Davis and Ken, rounding up the wild Digimon, Knightmon included.
A Knightmon first appears in "A Chance Encounter."
Name: From "knight," a medieval armoured warrior

Crest of KnowledgeThe Crest of Knowledge is the Crest of Izzy of the DigiDestined. Izzy found his Crest along with Matt while the kids were recuperating at Piximon's hidden training ground, but because they stepped outside the cloaking field, they alerted Etemon to their presence. Once they safely retrieved their Crests, Greymon took out Etemon's minion, Tyrannomon.
When Tai went missing after the final battle with Etemon, DemiDevimon tried to prevent Izzy's Crest from glowing with help from Vademon. Izzy was reduced to a zombie-like state upon having his curiosity stolen by the bizarre Digimon, but Tentomon was able to snap him out of it. Izzy's Crest then began to glow, and Tentomon Digivolved to his Ultimate form of MegaKabuterimon to take out Vademon. The Crest of Knowledge, like all the other kids' Crests, was destroyed by Apocalymon.
At some point during the next four years, Izzy gave up the powers associated with the Crest of Knowledge, as the other kids did with their Crests, to seal the DigiWorld off from evil, rendering Tentomon unable to Digivolve to the Ultimate level.
The Crest of Knowledge first appeared in "The Piximon Cometh." It was destroyed in "Now Apocalymon."

The Digi-Egg of KnowledgeThe Digi-Egg of Knowledge belongs to Cody of the DigiDestined, and is used on Armadillomon to Armour Digivolve him into Digmon.
When Cody and Yolei made their first trip into the DigiWorld, they were attacked by minions of the Digimon Emperor. Davis and Veemon were captured, but Cody and Yolei, along with Izzy and Sora, fled. Cody and Yolei’s D-3s began picking up a signal, which led them to a temple in the jungle, where they discovered the Digi-Eggs of Knowledge and Love. Izzy was unable to lift the Digi-Egg of Knowledge, nor was Sora able to life the Digi-Egg of Love. They both suggested that Cody and Yolei tried – and they were able to lift them with ease, releasing their partner Digimon, Armadillomon and Hawkmon. Cody was hesitant to accept the responsibility that went with this, but Izzy reassured him, promising to help him with any problems he had. Cody cried out “Digi-Armour Energise!” and Armadillomon became Digmon, to help Halsemon free Davis and Veemon from the Emperor’s clutches.
The Digi-Egg of Knowledge was stored within Cody’s D-Terminal, to be called on whenever it was needed. Towards the end of the year, when the kids were drawn into MaloMyotismon’s dream dimension, the kids used the power of this other world to make a dream of their own come true – and their Digimon all Digivolved into their different forms at once. The Digi-Egg of Knowledge transformed into Digmon, but when all the Digimon attempted to pass through the portal, only the “real” incarnation of Armadillomon could go through, while Digmon faded away.
The Digi-Egg of Knowledge first appears in “The Digiteam Complete.” It was never actually shown to transform into Digmon in “The Last Temptation of the DigiDestined,” instead we simply got the normal Digivolve sequence, but this is what happened with the Digi-Eggs of Courage and Friendship, so it’s safe to assume the same applies to Knowledge. It’s not clear if the fact that the Digmon avatar faded away means that the Digi-Egg of Knowledge ceased to exist, but it’s a distinct possibility.Kokatorimon

Group: Bird - Level: Champion - Type: Data - Attack Techniques: Petrifier, Feather Sword
Kokatorimon is a minion of Etemon, who is in command of a cruise ship that roams the deserts of Server. He is capable of disguising himself as a human to lure victims aboard his ship, which is manned by a crew of Numemon. When he uses his Petrifier attack, beams shoot from his eyes that turn his opponent to stone.
The kids met Kokatorimon while wandering the desert, trying to escape from Etemon. Upon coming across the ship, Mimi charmed one of the Numemon into letting them on board, but they were soon set upon by Kokatorimon, who turned all the Digimon to stone and captured all the kids except Sora and Mimi and their Digimon. Palmon then Digivolved to Togemon and pummelled Kokatorimon into submission. The kids fled from the ship, but Kokatorimon drove it after them, only to crash into a giant cactus, causing his ship to blow up.
Kokatorimon's appears in "The Crest of Sincerity." It should be noted that his name is pronounced "Cock-Ah-Tree-Mon" by all the characters.
Name: Derived from phonetic corruption of the word "cockatrice," a creature from mythology.


Group: Micro - Level: In-Training – Attack Technique: Koko Crusher
<>Kokomon is the second Digimon partner of Willis, a DigiDestined from Colorado. Kokomon hatched from the same egg as his brother, Gummymon, and lived a happy life with Willis on his family’s farm. However, when Willis attempted to create another Digi-Egg on his computer, the result was the creation of the evil Diaboromon. Diaboromon was defeated by Omnimon, and Willis, Gummymon and Kokomon rejoiced... but the virus that had made Diaboromon somehow became corporeal, and tracked Willis down, infecting Kokomon and dragging him away, transforming him into an evil monster.
Over the course of the next four years, Kokomon naturally Digivolved into his Rookie form of Lopmon (never shown on-screen in America) and then to his Champion form of Endigomon. He hunted Willis, continuously telling him to “go back to the beginning.” After a battle between him and Terriermon (Gummymon’s Rookie form) in New York, which was witnessed by T.K. and Kari, Willis decided to head back to Colorado. On the way, he met Davis, Yolei and Cody, but due to Davis’s ineptitude, they wound up on the roadside while Yolei and Cody got a lift. Then, Kokomon appeared, and engaged Flamedramon in battle, only to be beaten back by Gargomon, after ignoring Willis’s explanation that he WAS going back.
At Willis’s family’s old farm, the DigiDestined encountered Kokomon again, but this time, he Digivolved into his Ultimate form of Antylamon, and battled Gargomon and the Armour Digimon, dealing them a severe beating. When faced with a shootout against Gargomon, Kokomon simply sank beneath the water of a river he was hovering over... and re-emerged in his gargantuan Mega form of Kerpymon! Kerpymon De-Digivolved all of the Digimon back to Rookies, and then toyed with them, until Angemon and Angewomon arrived with T.K. and Kari, and attacked him. The virus within him was able to heal all the damage they inflicted, and he used a hidden power, reversing time, and turning the kids back into toddlers – sending them “back to the beginning.” Faced with defeat, Angemon and Angewomon had to release the Golden Digi-Eggs to allow Veemon and Terriermon to become Magnamon and Rapidmon. Kokomon swallowed the two Golden Armour Digimon, but they were able to destroy the virus within him at his own behest. Without the virus, he reverted back to his Vaccine form... and then deleted, unable to heal his wounds any longer.
A little later, after returning home, Willis and Terriermon discovered a Digi-Egg floating in the water... it was Kokomon, reborn, who soon hatched out and Digivolved back into his Champion self, singing a different tune.
Kokomon appears in
“Digimon: The Movie.” His In-Training form voice (identified as "Little Kokomon" in the movie's credits) is supplied by Wendee Lee, while the voice for his other forms is supplied by Paul St. Peter. For his Champion form, these two voices are spliced together.
Phonetic representation of “cocoa,” the bean from which chocolate is made (in keeping with his original Japanese name, which was simply “Chocomon”). There’s no reason for this, though – while magazine drawings and promotional material tend to show Kokomon being a brown colour (which would make this name make sense, at least), in the film, he is pink, meaning that a name related to chocolate makes no sense. The Kokomon who appears briefly in the third season is coloured brown.
In the original Japanese version of the movie, Kokomon was not infected with the Diaboromon virus (as there wasn’t one), but was instead inadvertently pulled into another dimension, where he was driven insane. This was at the time of
Greymon’s battle with Parrotmon, rather than the Diaboromon imbroglio. Determined to find Willis, he set about capturing the DigiDestined – Tai, Matt, Sora, Joe, and Izzy – and brought them to the other dimension, where their age was reversed to make them as young as Willis was when Kokomon last saw him. It was this dimension that the kids were drawn into towards the film’s conclusion. Kokomon captured Mimi right in front of T.K. and Kari, and THEN they saw him battle Terriermon – but it was more for the first reason that they called the other DigiDestined in, as Kari feared for her brother. Battle scenes and hitchhiking were heavily edited, and Kokomon was not singing and dancing at the end. His Rookie form, Lopmon, did appear on-screen during this version of the movie, in a painted illustration during the credits. In the American version of the movie, half of the Japanese version of this movie was cut, and the plot was partially re-written.

KoromonGroup: Micro - Level: In-Training - Attack Technique: Bubble Blow
Koromon is the In-Training form of Agumon, the Digimon partner of Tai of the DigiDestined. Tai met Koromon practically the instant he arrived in the DigiWorld, and the little Digimon was overjoyed to see him. When Tai and the other kids were threatened by Kuwagamon, Koromon and the other In-Trainings Digivolved to their Rookie levels to see him off.
Koromon reappeared when the kids were on the continent of Server. Tai had found his Crest, and had tried to force the Digivolution process with it, to make Greymon Digivolve further. The process became corrupted, and Greymon became SkullGreymon. When his energy expired, he reverted back to Koromon. Koromon then Digivolved back to Agumon to fight Kokatorimon. During the final battle with Etemon, Greymon Digivolved to MetalGreymon. After Etemon was destroyed, MetalGreymon reverted back to Koromon, and both he and Tai were sucked back to Earth, where they met Tai's little sister, Kari, who seemed to know who Koromon was. Koromon Digivolved back to Agumon to fight Ogremon, and then he and Tai went back to the DigiWorld.
When MetalGreymon defeated ShogunGekomon in battle, he reverted back to Koromon again, then Digivolved to Agumon, and then to Greymon to battle Myotismon. When the kids infiltrated Myotismon's castle, Greymon Digivolved to MetalGreymon again to battle Myotismon's Devidramon guards. As the kids passed through the portal Myotismon had opened to Earth, he reverted back to Koromon. When the kids were trying to get a ride back to Odaiba, to stop Myotismon from finding the Eighth Child, the predestined eighth member of the DigiDestined, Koromon rather unceremoniously "soiled" the seats of Sora's cousin's van, understandably angering the guy.
Koromon Digivolved back to Agumon, and on to Greymon and MetalGreymon to battle Myotismon’s henchmen numerous times. When it came to light that Kari was actually the Eighth Child, and that Gatomon, one of Myotismon's lieutenants, was her Digimon, all of the kids' Ultimate level Digimon faced Myotismon down in battle, when Gatomon Digivolved to Angewomon, and finished him off. At this time, Agumon gained some more control over his Digivolutions, and would only revert back to his Rookie stage after going Ultimate. When Myotismon restored himself as VenomMyotismon, Agumon and Gabumon Warp-Digivolved to WarGreymon and MetalGarurumon to defeat him. WarGreymon reverted back to Koromon, who accompanied Tai and the others back to the DigiWorld to battle the Dark Masters.
Koromon Digivolved to Agumon, then to Greymon, then MetalGreymon, then WarGreymon for the first battle with the Dark Masters. When WarGreymon defeated MetalSeadramon, he reverted back to Koromon. He Digivolved back to Agumon to fight Kiwimon, and then, when Matt was duped by Cherrymon, a servant of Puppetmon, he Digivolved to WarGreymon to unwillingly battle MetalGarurumon. The fight was interrupted by a mysterious entity from the DigiWorld's past, which had possessed Kari. It reverted WarGreymon back to Koromon and MetalGarurumon back to Tsunomon, and then showed the kids the truth behind their selection as the DigiDestined.
Koromon Digivolved back to Agumon to attack Puppetmon's mansion, but when he Warp-Digivolved to WarGreymon, he fell under Puppetmon's control. When he freed himself, he reverted back to Agumon, and MetalGarurumon destroyed Puppetmon. Agumon then warp-Digivolved again to destroy Machinedramon, and reverted back to Koromon afterward. Koromon then Digivolved to Agumon again during the battle with LadyDevimon. During and after the following battles with Piedmon and Apocalymon, Koromon did not appear again.
Koromon first appears in "And so it begins..." It is thought at this point that his voice was supplied by M.J. Lallo. Upon reappearing in "The Arrival of SkullGreymon" his voice is supplied by Philece Sampler. In the following episode, "The Crest of Sincerity," Brianne Siddall assumes the role, and carries it through the rest of the series.
Name: From the Japanese word, "korokoro," meaning something small, round and rolling.

Tai's Koromon is not the only Koromon the kids have encountered. Four years before the events of August 1999, a Digi-Egg appeared in the real world, and hatched into a Botamon, which became a Koromon. That Koromon Digivolved into an Agumon, and then a Greymon, to protect the young Tai and Kari from Parrotmon. When the battle was done, it returned to the DigiWorld (as seen in "Digimon: The Movie" and "The Ultimate Clash"). It was because of this previous encounter (which the children repressed the memory of) that Kari was able to recognise a Koromon when she later met Tai's. As seen in "Home Away From Home." That Koromon's voice was also supplied by Brianne Siddall.
Also, when T.K. and Patamon were visiting Primary Village, a Botamon there Digivolved into a Koromon right in TK's hands. When the kids arrived on Server, they followed Agumon's nose to what they thought was a village of Koromon, but turned out to have been taken over by Pagumon. They then discovered that the Pagumon had taken over the village and locked the Koromon up in cages. As seen in "The Dark Network of Etemon."

See Izzy

Group: Larva – Level: Rookie – Type: Virus – Attack Techniques: Electric Thread, Poison Winder
Multiple Kunemon were among the insect Digimon who were under the control of Arukenimon in the Giga House. They attacked Stingmon and Ken with their Electric Thread technique, causing them to fall into the house’s giant washing machine. Cody and Submarimon saved them, and the resultant backwash of water held the Kunemon at bay, while they, along with Davis and ExVeemon fled into the house’s ventilation duct.
The Kunemon appear in “The Insect Master’s Trap.” Their attack, Electric Thread, was slightly changed from the Bandai name, "Electro Thread."

KuramonGroup: Micro - Level: Baby
Kuramon is the part-virus, part Digimon creature which hatched from the Digi-Egg created by Willis, the chosen child from America. Kuramon was quickly discovered by Izzy, who ran to Tai's apartment to tell him about this new creature. While he and Tai talked, Kuramon Digivolved to his In-Training stage of Tsumemon right in front of their eyes. He eventually assumed his Mega form, Diaboromon, and was apparently destroyed by Omnimon.
Four years later, however, it was revealed that Diaboromon had survived the battle, and has spent the time in between reproducing himself, as millions of Kuramon. These Kuramon were being transmitted into the real world via e-mails which allowed them to emerge when opened. While Tai, Matt and Omnimon entered the Internet to battle Diaboromon again, the other kids set about rounding Kuramon up, finding them at a soccer game, on a train, and in the possession of a little girl, to name just a few, and sending them back to Izzy to be dealt with. Omnimon, meanwhile, was unable to get to Diaboromon because of a massive Kuramon swarm that blocked his way, but soon, Kari, T.K. and their Digimon arrived to help, seizing Diaboromon and allowing Omnimon to destroy him. However, Davis had learned that Kari had gone into the 'net, and played right into Diaboromon's hands by having Yolei open the gate to allow him to go to Kari. The gate opened so wide that all the remaining Kuramon were able to escape to the real world, where they gathered in Tokyo Harbour, and merged together to form Armageddemon. Imperialdramon Paladin Mode was able to discorporate Armageddemon, turning him back into the Kuramon, who were then captured by the DigiDestined's Digivices and the normal specators' cell phones, channelled through Imperialdramon's Omega Sword, and sent back to Izzy to be taken care of.
A Kuramon first appears in "Digimon: The Movie." He spoke only one word, and was never referred to by name, except in the film's credits. His voice was supplied by Brianne Siddall. Multiple Kuramon reappeared in "Revenge of Diaboromon."
Name: From “kurage,” the Japanese word for “jellyfish.”

KuwagamonGroup: Insectoid - Level: Champion - Type: Virus - Attack Techniques: Scissor Claw, Power Guillotine
Kuwagamon was the very first evil Digimon that the kids encountered when they arrived in the DigiWorld. He first attacked Tai and Izzy, who were aided in avoiding him by Koromon and Motimon, their Digimon. When all the kids met up, Kuwagamon attacked again, forcing them to flee. Tai wanted to fight, and the little In-Training Digimon agreed, using their Bubble Blow attack in a VERY vain attempt at defeating him. When all looked lost, the In-Trainings Digivolved for the first time, into their Rookie stages, knocking Kuwagamon off his feet and sending him tumbling into the forest. However, celebrations were short-lived, as he got right back up again, and used his Scissor Claw attack to bite the cliff-edge the kids and their Digimon were standing on clean off, sending them into the river below.
Some time later, when the kids were walking the deserts of Server, they were attacked by a Kuwagamon - most likely not the same one, as he was noted as being "much bigger than the last time." Agumon was afraid to Digivolve, after having just recently become SkullGreymon, and his indecisiveness would have meant the kids' end, if Piximon hadn't shown up and dealt with the Kuwagamon using his Pit Bomb attack. It's not clear if the Kuwagamon was destroyed or not - it probably was, but the US censors glossed over the fact.
Much later, when the kids had defeated VenomMyotismon, and were back on Earth, a bizarre portal to the DigiWorld appeared in the sky. Various Digimon came through the portal - including a Kuwagumon (possibly the same Kuwagamon from either of the two previous encounters, possibly not), which promptly attacked a jet liner. Garudamon and Kabuterimon saw him off, and set the plane down safely. Kuwagamon was then seen menacing other parts of the world in a newscast.
Four years later, when the DigiDestined discovered the Digimon Emperor's base, several Kuwagamon were seen fighting with some Tuskmon and DarkTyrannomon outside of it.
A Kuwagamon was seen cowering fear up a tree as BlackWarGreymon stormed through a jungle. The Kuwagamon was terrified of him, but luckily, BlackWarGreymon passed him by, not considering him worthy of his attention.
Later, when Digimon were appearing in the real world, a Kuwagamon was seen in New York City, but was sent back to the DigiWorld with all the other Digimon there.
Yuri, a DigiDestined from Russia, had a Kuwagamon for a partner. This Kuwagamon, along with Sonya and Anna’s Snimon and Unimon, and Aquilamon and Garudamon, helped to defeat a squadron of Flymon, and then flew to Moscow to battle a horde of Mammothmon. Things looked bleak, but Imperialdramon saved the day.
Multiple Kuwagamon, one of which was Yuri’s, appeared along with all the other Digimon of the world’s DigiDestined when MaloMyotismon was attempting to shroud both worlds in darkness.
A Kuwagamon first appears in "And so it begins...”
Yuri’s Kuwagamon first appears in “Digimon World Tour, Pt. 3.”
Name: From the Japanese word, "kuwagatamushi," meaning stag beetle.

As one of Japan's most famous cities, legends surrounding Kyoto say that it is very close to the spirit world. In the past, it was selected as the capital because the four elemental Gods were in harmony surrounding the city – the defence of mountains in the north (representing Genbu, the turtle god), the convenience of a river to the east (representing Seiryuu, the dragon god) and a lake to the south (representing Suzaku, the phoenix god), and roads to the west (representing Byakko, the tiger god). It was believed that Kyoto was at a crossroads of sorts, where Earth, the spirit world, and other realms met. Many temples were built in Kyoto to prevent creatures from these other realms entering our world – but legends say that on Halloween, ghostly figures can be seen roaming the city’s streets.
When Yolei visited Kyoto on a class trip, she learned all these facts from Sora’s father, who was there with Jim Kido, conducting research into the mythology. It seemed that one of the other realms that Kyoto intersected with was actually the DigiWorld! At the same time, BlackWarGreymon destroyed a second Destiny Stone, which disrupted the balance of the DigiWorld further. With the balance between the worlds naturally weak in Kyoto, it was damaged severely with this stone’s destruction, allowing BlackWarGreymon and several other Digimon to appear in the real world. An Apemon and a Musyamon manifested fully in the real world, to be defeated by Stingmon and Shurimon respectively, before the warp stabilised, and BlackWarGreymon and the remaining Digimon returned to the DigiWorld.
Yolei later drew the obvious comparisons between the DigiWorld and Kyoto and it’s four gods when the kids freed Azulongmon, the DigiWorld’s equivalent to Seiryuu, from his prison.
Yolei visits Kyoto in “A Chance Encounter.”

Digimon Adventure 02 episode #37
English version written by Jeff Nimoy & Bob Buchholz
Shakkoumon and the other DNA Digivolved Digimon battle BlackWarGreymon, while the DigiDestined try to move the last Destiny Stone to safety. This frees Azulongmon, who repels BlackWarGreymon, explains to the DigiDestined about their selection, and then gives them a warning about a greater enemy.
Episode Trivia: The title of this episode may be a reference to Komodo Dragons, a species of ferocious lizard native to the Komodo Islands.