Group: Micro - Level: Baby - Attack Technique: Bubble Blow
Pabumon is the Baby stage of Motimon. The first time a Pabumon was seen was when Izzy was being held captive in Vademon's dimension, and had been forced to give up his curiosity. With Izzy reduced to a zombie-like state, Tentomon grew so low on energy that he de-Digivolved back into Motimon, then into Pabumon. Pabumon, however, was able to snap Izzy out of his trance, and then stole back his Tag and Crest from Vademon, and Digivolved all the way up to his Ultimate level of MegaKabuterimon to deal with the evil Digimon.
Four years later, a Pabumon was among the Baby Digimon who appeared as partners for the children implanted with Dark Spores.
Pabumon first appears in "No Questions, Please." Izzy's Pabumon's voice is supplied by Joshua Seth.
Name: Pabumon is a corruption of his original Japanese name, "Babumon," from the Japanese word, "baburu," meaning bubble.
Group: Micro - Level: In-Training - Attack Technique: Bubble Blow
The kids ran into a group of Pagumon shortly after arriving on Server. The Pagumon had taken over a village of Koromon and claimed it for their own, but showed the kids hospitality until they discovered the imprisoned Koromon. The Pagumon's associates, the Gazimon, then called in their boss, Etemon, ruler of the deserts of Server, who blamed the kids for recent disruptions to his Dark Network. The kids fled across the desert.
Four years later, when MetalGreymon fell under the control of the Digimon Emperor, Tentomon was sent to locate Garurumon to help in the coming battle. While searching for him, Tentomon spied a group of Pagumon, under the control of the Emperor’s Dark Rings. He decided he’d need some help and flew off. Quite why Tentomon would need help against such weak Digimon wasn’t explained...
Pagumon first appear in "The Dark Network of Etemon."
Name: Possibly from “hippagu,” a Japanese word meaning to tear off something.
Group: Dragon – Level: Ultimate – Type: Vaccine – Attack Techniques: Desperado Blaster, Sting Strike, Cable Catcher
Paildramon is the DNA Digivolved form of ExVeemon and Stingmon, the Champion level Digimon partners of Davis and Ken of the DigiDestined. With extending spikes in his forearms, and cables built into his hands, Paildramon combines the strengths of ExVeemon and Stingmon into one powerful being. His Desperado Blaster attack launches explosive rapid-fire bursts of energy at his opponent.
When the reactor to the Digimon Emperor’s former based threatened to explode, the DigiDestined raced to the scene, but were met with Arukenimon, who was intent on preventing them from stopping the explosion. She combined ten Control Spires into Okuwamon, who quickly defeated Angemon, Nefertimon, Ankylomon and Aquilamon in battle, even as Davis called on Ken for help. Ken arrived, with the Crest of Kindness, but he and Stingmon attempted to take Okuwamon on alone. Ken explained that it was his mistake, and the he was going to fix it, without risking anyone else’s safety. Davis slapped some sense into him, telling him that he had to let friends help him – but Ken shot back that he didn’t have any. Then, when Ken and Davis were focused on the same goal, their hearts and minds became as one, and a miracle happened – ExVeemon and Stingmon DNA Digivolved, combining their bodies and minds into Paildramon! As Paildramon battled with Okuwamon, Davis, Ken and the others raced off to the base, to try and stop the reactor explosion. Paildramon and Okuwamon toyed with each other for a while, until Paildramon noticed the reactor warp increasing in intensity. He used his Desperado Blaster attack to destroy Okuwamon, and then obliterated the reactor’s power source. Then, once everyone had cleared out, he destroyed the base itself, before reverting back into Chibomon and Leafmon.
When Arukenimon lured the DigiDestined to the Giga House, after they had managed to defeat her Insectoid Digimon slaves, she revealed her true Digimon form to them. ExVeemon and Stingmon merged into Paildramon again, and gave her a sound thrashing. Mummymon then appeared to save her.
While the DigiDestined were destroying some more Control Spires after this, Ken and Cody refused to work together, and when Davis and Yolei tricked them into it, Ken left in anger. Then, they remaining kids were attacked by Arukenimon’s latest creation, BlackWarGreymon, and Yolei and Aquilamon had to locate Ken. A hard slap to Ken’s face later, and he was on his way back, and Stingmon and ExVeemon became Paildramon to battle BlackWarGreymon. However, BlackWarGreymon soundly defeated him, and would have destroyed them all, if not for his refusal to follow Arukenimon’s orders. He left, and began to search the DigiWorld for a worthy opponent.
When Arukenimon and Mummymon turned their attention to the first Destiny Stone, all the Digimon were restrained as Knightmon attempted to destroy it. Stingmon and Ken arrived and freed them all, and then Stingmon merged with ExVeemon into Paildramon, to battle the villains. Paildramon was later also a part of the battle that took place after BlackWarGreymon destroyed the second Destiny Stone.
Paildramon, along with Silphymon, Angemon and Ankylomon attempted to protect the fourth and fifth Destiny Stones, but neither the power of MagnaAngemon, or the trick of hiding the stone in the frozen north prevented BlackWarGreymon from destroying them. When the sixth stone was located, Paildramon, Silphymon and Angemon battled BlackWarGreymon above water, while Submarimon, Ikkakumon, MegaSeadramon and a shoal of Dolphmon engaged him underwater... yet still, he defeated them all and destroyed the stone.
When the seventh and final Destiny Stone was located, Paildramon and Silphymon battled BlackWarGreymon again, and were then aided when Shakkoumon made his first appearance. The DigiDestined freed Azulongmon from his prison, and he dispatched BlackWarGreymon. Paildramon and the others De-Digivolved and listened to Azulongmon’s tale.
At Christmas, after the Digimon destroyed the Control Spire that appeared in Odaiba, they DNA Digivolved to battle the wild Digimon which had appeared – Paildramon took down a Megadramon. Then, the next day, when Digimon began to appear all over the world, Davis raced to the Tamachi district to help Ken fight a Triceramon. ExVeemon and Stingmon became Paildramon, who was outnumbered by the Triceramon and Mummymon, but then, light from one of Azulongmon’s Digi-Cores (courtesy of Gennai) struck him, and he Mega-Digivolved to Imperialdramon, to defeat Triceramon, destroy all the Control Spires and round up all the wild Digimon in Japan, and then take the DigiDestined around the world to do the same in other countries. After that was done, Davis and Ken met up again (off-screen), and Veemon and Wormmon became ExVeemon and Stingmon, and combined into Paildramon and Mega-Digivolved into Imperialdramon, to gather the kids up and head for him.
Paildramon became Imperialdramon again to battle the Daemon Corps, but was immobilized by SkullSatamon. The original eight Digimon gave him a portion of their own energy, enabling him to Mode Change to his Fighter Mode and destroy SkullSatamon. Shortly thereafter, Paildramon battled Daemon himself, and Mega-Digivolved and Mode Changed again to compete with the villain’s power.
When BlackWarGreymon arrived in the real world, intent on killing Oikawa, he and WarGreymon battled. Paildramon then appeared to try and stop the fleeing Oikawa, Arukenimon and Mummymon, but had to Mega-Digivolve and Mode Change to join in the battle with BlackWarGreymon, to stop a town from being damaged. Paildramon appeared again to battle Arukenimon and Mummymon while Oikawa absorbed the power from Noriko’s Dark Spore.
When the kids were in MaloMyotismon’s dream dimension, after defeating illusions of their greatest desires, they used the power of the dimension to their own ends, making their Digimon Digivolve to all their forms at once. ExVeemon, Stingmon, Paildramon, Imperialdramon and Imperialdramon Fighter Mode joined with all the other Digimon in battling MaloMyotismon, but when the villain fled to the DigiWorld, only the “real” incarnation of Veemon and Wormmon could pass through the portal, hence Imperialdramon Fighter Mode went through, while the Paildramon avatar faded away.
Three months later, when Diaboromon returned as Armageddemon, Veemon and Wormmon quickly merged into Paildramon, then Digivolved into Imperaildramon to battle him.
Paildramon first appears in “United We Stand.” His voice is supplied by Derek Stephen Prince and Paul St. Peter – the actors almost always talk with one voice, but, for some reason, in “BlackWarGreymon’s Destiny,” they speak individual lines in one scene.
Name: “Pail” is a misspelling of “pile,” which is a form of spike, like those on his arms.
Group: Vegetation - Level: Rookie - Type: Data - Attack Techniques: Poison Ivy, Stinking Attack
Palmon Digivolves from Tanemon, and is the Digimon partner of Mimi of the DigiDestined. Palmon and Mimi are good friends, but Palmon often tries to make Mimi appreciate what she's got, and to understand that you have to take the hand life deals you - two things that the spoilt-by-her-parents Mimi never had to worry about before coming to the DigiWorld. Palmon's Poison Ivy attack allows her to extend her vine-fingers to several times their length, to be used as whips or ropes, or whatever else she can think of.
Like the other Rookie Digimon, Palmon first appeared to fight Kuwagamon. She then first Digivolved to her Champion stage of Togemon to battle Monzaemon and free him from a Black Gear, freeing the other kids from his brainwashing. After Devimon split the kids up and sent them to separate chunks of the shattered File Island, Palmon and Mimi were dumped in a jungle, and led to Izzy and Tentomon by Sukamon and Chuumon. Palmon would continue to Digivolve when Mimi was in peril. After Tai went missing in the final battle with Etemon, Palmon and Mimi were approached by some Gekomon and Otamamon, who asked Mimi to sing to wake up their sleeping master, ShogunGekomon. Mimi soon had them treating her like a princess, and Palmon was unwittingly sucked into Mimi's fantasy. When Tai and Joe came to the castle, they convinced Palmon to help them get Mimi to sing. They tried to trick her, but when Mimi found out, she was so angry, she locked them all in the dungeon. It was through some help from Sora that Mimi was convinced to sing her song. However, ShogunGekomon was angry at being woken, and MetalGreymon had to fight him.
Palmon accompanied Mimi and everyone else back to Earth to stop the plans of Myotismon. When Mimi, Palmon, and most of the population of Odaiba were captured, Palmon Digivolved to her Ultimate stage of Lillymon for the first time to battle DarkTyrannomon. However, she was quickly subdued by Myotismon, but later healed by Wizardmon.
After VenomMyotismon was defeated, Palmon went back to the DigiWorld to help battle the Dark Masters. After Digivolving to Lillymon to battle Scorpiomon and the Garbagemon, Palmon had to leave the group, alongside Mimi, because the girl no longer wished to fight. Joe and Gomamon went with them, but they all ran into trouble in the form of MetalEtemon. Mimi wouldn't let Palmon Digivolve in case she got hurt, but MetalEtemon was defeated through the sacrifice of SaberLeomon. After gathering up a small Digimon army - consisting of Ogremon, Frigimon, Meramon, and more - Mimi and Palmon headed to the peak of Spiral Mountain to help the other kids battle Piedmon and his Vilemon.
After Piedmon and then Apocalymon's defeat, the kids had to leave the DigiWorld behind. Palmon ran away into the forest, not wanting to see Mimi again - because if she did, she would have to say goodbye. As the boxcar the kids were leaving in moved off, Palmon ran out of the woods, calling to Mimi, apologising and saying goodbye.
In May 2000, Palmon and the other Digimon lost the ability to Digivolve to Ultimate when Mimi and the other DigiDestined kids gave up the powers of their Crests in order to seal the DigiWorld off from evil. Later, Mimi and her family moved to New York City.
A short while after the Digimon Emperor began his takeover of the DigiWorld, Mimi returned to Japan to visit everyone. She and the new DigiDestined went on a picnic in the DigiWorld, but she and Yolei became separated from the group, and found themselves in the Night Forest, an area under the Emperor’s control. They were attacked by Gekomon and Otamamon, in the thrall of the Emperor’s Dark Rings, but were saved by Palmon. After a tearful reunion, Palmon explained the situation to Mimi, but then, they were attacked by the Roachmon Brothers. Yolei and Halsemon got the Roachmon to fly into the Control Spire in the area, fracturing it, and allowing Palmon to Digivolve to Togemon. Together, Togemon and Halsemon destroyed the Spire, freeing the Roachmon from the Emperor’s control. Togemon elected to stay in the Night Forest to protect it.Some time later, the DigiDestined met up with Mimi and Palmon again, in Digitamamon’s diner. There, Mimi introduced them to Michael, a DigiDestined from America, and Palmon introduced his partner, Betamon. When Gorillamon attacked the diner, Palmon became Togemon, and together with Seadramon, Betamon’s Digivolved form, defeated him.
After the Emperor’s defeat, Mimi was visiting the DigiWorld again, feeding some YukumiBotamon. Palmon, meanwhile, was off picking wild flowers, until she stumbled across Arukenimon, who was in the process of transforming a Control Spire into an unliving Golemon. Palmon raced back to alert Mimi to the situation, but before she could, Golemon knocked her unconscious. Mimi called on the DigiDestined for help, but they couldn’t defeat the Golemon, and were unwilling to destroy him, as they thought he was a real Digimon. When Palmon awoke, she told them that he was nothing more than a Control Spire, and Stingmon and Aquilamon destroyed him.
Palmon did not show up again until Christmas time, when the new DigiDestined brought the partner Digimon of the older DigiDestined to the real world, to celebrate the holidays with them. Palmon was sent through a Digi-Port to America, where she and Mimi celebrated the together – until wild Digimon began to appear all over the globe. The Japanese DigiDestined travelled all across the world to round them up – Davis went to America, and teamed up with Mimi and Michael. When a Cherrymon went on a rampage in Rockafeller Centre, Benjamin, Gennai’s American counterpart, used a portion of Azulongmon’s Digi-Core to restore Palmon’s ability to Digivolve to Ultimate. She Digivolved all the way up to Lillymon, and then she, ExVeemon and Seadramon headed for Rockafeller Centre, where they subdued the Cherrymon with help from the other American DigiDestined and their Digimon.
Palmon was not in Odaiba when the Daemon Corps attacked, and hence did not give her energy to Imperialdramon. Therefore, it is not unreasonable to assume she is still able to Digivolve into Lillymon at this point.
Palmon next appeared very briefly in the DigiWorld with the other older Digimon, laying tiles to seal off the DigiWorld gateway at Highton View Terrace. The seal was subsequently energised by BlackWarGreymon.
When MaloMyotismon was attempting to infect Earth with darkness, Palmon, along with all the other Digimon partners of the world’s DigiDestined, arrived on the scene. Acting like beacons, they channelled the power of the their partners’ Digivices, using it to rejuvenate Imperialdramon, Silphymon and Shakkoumon, and pulling their partners into the DigiWorld. There, the power of dreams destroyed MaloMyotismon for good.
Three months later, after the defeat of Armageddemon, Palmon briefly travelled to the real world to get together with all the Japanese DigiDestined and their Digimon.
Twenty-five years into the future, the portal to the DigiWorld remains open, and Palmon is still at Mimi’s side, helping her out on her cooking show.
Palmon first appears in "And so it begins..." Her voice is supplied by Anna Garduno - though in "BlackWarGreymon's Destiny" and "A Million Points of Light," her single lines in each episode were voiced by Philece Sampler and Dorothy Elias-Fahn, respectively.
Name: Either from the English slang word, "pal," meaning a friend, or from "palm," as in "palm tree."
Group: Bird - Level: Ultimate - Type: Vaccine - Attack Technique: Sonic Destroyer
Parrotmon was the Digimon who came through a dimensional breach to Earth four years before the kids were transported to the DigiWorld for the first time. Upon arriving on Earth, he went on a rampage, endangering the lives of the young Tai and Kari. Earlier, a Digi-Egg had come through Tai and Kari's computer, and had hatched into a Botamon. The Botamon had Digivolved into a Koromon, and then into an Agumon - and when Tai and Kari were in danger, it Digivolved again, into a Greymon, which began battling with Parrotmon. Their battle destroyed the road-bridge in the Highton View Terrace area, before they were both drawn back into the DigiWorld. What became of Parrotmon is unknown.
Eight years after the events at Highton View Terrace, another Parrotmon was seen in New York when Digimon were appearing all over Earth. Later, another Parrotmon was spotted during the final battle with MaloMyotismon.
Chronologically speaking, Parrotmon first appears in "Digimon: The Movie." He first appears in the series in a flashback in "Return to Highton View Terrace." He is first referred to by name in another past-sequence in "The Ultimate Clash," where he gets a Digimon Analyser screen. His voice is supplied by David Lodge.
Name: From "parrot," a tropical bird.
Group: Mammal - Level: Rookie - Type: Data - Attack Techniques: Boom Bubble, Slamming Attack
Patamon Digivolves from Tokomon and is the Digimon partner of T.K. of the DigiDestined. Like T.K., Patamon is childishly innocent, but can take care of himself, with his powerful Boom Bubble attack.
Like all the other Rookie Digimon, Patamon first appeared to protect the kids from Kuwagamon. Unlike the other kids' Digimon, however, Patamon appeared to have some difficulty Digivolving to the Champion level. When the kids were split up by Devimon, T.K. and Patamon found themselves in Primary Village, where Patamon wound up fighting with Elecmon. T.K. told them to stop it, and suggested a tug-o-war instead. Patamon won, and Elecmon let them stay at the village. However, they were soon attacked by Leomon, infected by Devimon's Black Gears, but the other kids arrived in time to use their Digivices to free him from the gears' influence. The kids then scaled Infinity Mountain, and engaged Devimon in battle, but he beat their Champion Digimon around like rag dolls. Devimon then turned his attention to Patamon, preparing to crush him, because it was prophesied that the smallest would destroy him. However, the day was saved when Patamon finally Digivolved into his Champion stage of Angemon, and sacrificed himself to destroy Devimon.
A Digi-Egg was created from Angemon's remains, and hatched into Poyomon, who then Digivolved into Tokomon when the kids arrived on Server. It was not until T.K. was threatened by DemiDevimon, some time later, that Tokomon Digivolved back to Patamon. Patamon stayed with T.K., accompanying him and the other kids back to Earth to stop the plans of Myotismon. While on the subway in Odaiba, however, Patamon and T.K. had an argument, and Patamon flew away. T.K., Matt and Gabumon went looking for him, but ran into Pumpkinmon and Gotsumon, servants of Myotismon. Myotismon then appeared and destroyed them for goofing off, but Patamon came to the rescue, Digivolving to Angemon for the second time to aid WereGarurumon in seeing him off. He Digivolved again to help in the final battle with Myotismon, and then again to battle VenomMyotismon. He then went back to the DigiWorld with everyone else to battle the Dark Masters.
Patamon and T.K. stayed with Tai's group after Matt left due to feelings of isolation, and were instrumental in leading the group to Puppetmon's mansion, so he could be destroyed. After that, the group found themselves in Machinedramon's city, where Patamon Digivolved again to save Tai and Izzy from Megadramon and Gigadramon. When the group fell into the sewers, Patamon was too low on energy to Digivolve, but light from Kari's Crest energised him. WarGreymon destroyed Machinedramon.
During the final battle with Piedmon, when everyone except T.K., Kari and Patamon had been turned into key chains, Patamon became Angemon to fight him. When the villain defeated him, and sent T.K. and Kari plummeting from the top of his fortress, Angemon finally Digivolved to his Ultimate stage of MagnaAngemon and saved them. He then used his Gate of Destiny attack to dispatched Piedmon and his Vilemon horde.
After the defeat of Apocalymon, T.K. and Patamon said their goodbyes - but T.K. had a feeling they would see each other again.
Eight months later, Patamon and Gabumon joined Agumon and Tentomon in battle against Infermon on the Internet. During the battle, Patamon attempted to Digivolve to Angemon, but Infermon Digivolved into Diaboromon, and attacked Patamon before he could manage it. Patamon was out of the fight, and as WarGreymon and MetalGarurumon began to slow down, Diaboromon defeated them and fled. Quite where Patamon and Tentomon go isn’t shown. Once the computer Tai and Izzy are watching on is rebooted, they have simply vanished, and aren’t shown again for the rest of that portion of the movie.
In May 2000, Patamon lost the ability to Digivolve to Ultimate, when T.K. and the rest of the kids gave up the powers of their Crests to seal the DigiWorld off from evil.
Four years later, when the Digimon Emperor began his takeover of the DigiWorld, Patamon was reunited with T.K. – however, thanks to the Emperor’s Control Spires, Patamon was unable to Digivolve into Angemon.
While the new DigiDestined’s Armour Digimon were battling a contingent of Tyrannomon under the Emperor’s control, T.K., Patamon, Kari and Gatomon fled the battlefield, and discovered a cave, where they found the Digi-Eggs of Hope and Light. T.K. and Kari activated them, and Patamon became Pegasusmon, while Gatomon became Nefertimon. Pegasusmon and Nefertimon then helped round up and free the Tyrannomon.
Patamon Digivolved to Pegasusmon to take part in the majority of the new team’s adventures. When Kari and Gatomon were trapped in the Gardromon city, Patamon, free from the influence of the Control Spire there, was able to Digivolve into Angemon and get T.K. and Davis into the city – but once inside, he fell prey to the power of the Control Spire once again, and reverted into Patamon. He became Pegasusmon to help Flamedramon battle the Gardromon.
When MetalGreymon fell under the Emperor’s control, Patamon was captured by Flymon while the DigiDestined deliberated over the Digi-Egg of Friendship. The Emperor attempted to attach a Dark Spiral to Patamon, but Garurumon showed up in time to save him.
When Kari was pulled into the enigmatic World of Darkness, Patamon, T.K. and Gatomon searched for her in vain in the real world. Somehow, Kari was able to open a gateway, through which the trio leapt, to find Kari in peril, courtesy of an attacking Airdramon. Patamon became Pegasusmon and destroyed the Control Spire there, and then Gatomon became Angewomon and destroyed the Airdramon itself. Angewomon then repelled the “Scubamon,” who were attempting to take Kari with them to their undersea kingdom, having previously professed to seek Kari’s help.
When T.K. and Kari were in America visiting Mimi, they witnessed a battle between two Digimon, Terriermon and Kokomon, with a young boy, Willis, caught in the middle. When Kokomon disappeared, Patamon flew after Willis, and overhead him say he was going to Colorado. Patamon relayed this information to Kari and T.K., who followed by train, while the other DigiDestined flew over from Japan. Kokomon attacked the train, preventing T.K., Kari, Patamon and Gatomon from getting to Colorado on time to meet with the other kids. When they finally did arrive, Patamon and Gatomon Digivolved to Angemon and Angewomon and joined the battle against Kerpymon, Kokomon’s Mega form. During the course of the fight, Patamon and Gatomon Digivolved into their own Mega forms of Seraphimon and Magnadramon and released the Golden Digi-Eggs, allowing Veemon and Terriermon to become Magnamon and Rapidmon, who destroyed the virus within Kokomon and won the day. Note that this adventure is out of continuity, yet has been shoehorned in by the dubbers. The events of this portion of the movie do not impact on the ongoing series – Patamon cannot Digivolve to Seraphimon in the anime, and the Golden Digi-Eggs have nothing to do with him or Gatomon.
Patamon continued to participate in the team’s battles against the Digimon Emperor and his mind-controlled minions. When the location of the Emperor’s base was discovered, T.K., Pegasusmon and Tentomon followed Cody and Submarimon in while the Emperor was preoccupied with the Dark Whirlpool. They set about freeing the Emperor’s captives, until T.K. realised what the dark secret at the heart of the whirlpool was – Devimon! Enraged at the Emperor’s audacity, and fuelled by his hate of the powers of darkness, T.K. stalked off through the fortress, followed by Patamon, and engaged the Emperor himself in a fistfight. Patamon had a minor scuffle with the Emperor’s partner, Wormmon, but then Armour Digivolved to Pegasusmon to free the other Digimon from the Emperor’s creation, Kimeramon.
Shortly thereafter, Pegasusmon was involved in battles inside the Emperor’s fortress, helping to defeat two squads of Bakemon, but he was reverted to Patamon when Kimeramon attacked. When Davis found the Digi-Egg of Miracles, with Wormmon’s help, and used it to Armour Digivolve Veemon into Magnamon, light from it restored Patamon’s and the other Digimon’s energy, allowing them to Armour Digivolve again to flee the critically damaged base before it crashed into the desert.
When the DigiDestined were repairing damage done to the DigiWorld, Patamon, Gatomon, T.K. and Kari all debated the presence of another enemy that they would have to fight. While rebuilding a Punimon village, T.K. and Kari took Patamon and Gatomon out into the forest, where they discovered they could not Digivolve – meaning that a Control Spire had somehow become active in the area again. It was soon discovered that the villain behind this was Arukenimon, who was also turning Control Spires into unliving Digimon. Patamon Digivolved to Angemon to battle an Okuwamon she created, but was quickly defeated. Patamon became Pegasusmon to battle her minions in the following battles, and, along with Nefertimon, was the first to fall against BlackWarGreymon, who then turned on Arukenimon.
As BlackWarGreymon cut a swathe of destruction across the DigiWorld, searching for a worthy opponent, he learned of the Destiny Stones, and methodically set about destroying them. T.K.’s anger grew, as he perceived BlackWarGreymon as a creature of pure evil – and he feared that he would lose Patamon, as he had so nearly done in the final battle with Devimon years before. In the battle for the fourth Destiny Stone, Patamon became Angemon, and was defeated by BlackWarGreymon. Then, with the power of the Destiny Stone energising him, he was able to Digivolve to MagnaAngemon, and almost defeated BlackWarGreymon with his Gate of Destiny. BlackWarGreymon, however, simply destroyed the Destiny Stone, cutting off his power and forcing him to revert to Patamon.
As Cody grew to understand T.K.’s attitude towards the powers of darkness, the two boys became closer, eventually leading to Ankylomon and Angemon DNA Digivolving into Shakkoumon. When Digimon began to appear all over the world at Christmas, Patamon and the other original Digimon were given a power boost from one of Azulongmon’s Digi-Cores, courtesy of Gennai, restoring their ability to Digivolve to Ultimate. Patamon went to Paris with T.K., Tai and Agumon to round up the wild Digimon there. They freed Catherine, a French DigiDestined, from Mamemon, BigMamemon, MetalMamemon and Giromon, as well as her partner, Floramon, who Patamon and Agumon both took quite a shine too. Patamon and Agumon then Digivolved to Angemon and Greymon to battle the Mamemons, and then into MagnaAngemon and MetalGreymon to defeat them, destroy the Control Spire, and send them back to the DigiWorld.
When everyone was back together in Odaiba, it quickly transpired that the threat from the DigiWorld was not over yet. Daemon and his corps appeared in the real world, searching for Ken and the Dark Spore within him. Patamon became Angemon, and then he and Submarimon took on MarineDevimon. He was repelled with a little help from Zudomon. Then, all the Digimon battled SkullSatamon, but were beaten by him. Patamon and the other original Digimon then sacrificed their ability to Digivolve to Ultimate once again, giving their energy to Imperialdramon, enabling him to Mode Change to his Fighter Mode and destroy SkullSatamon. Patamon became Angemon again, and merged with Ankylomon into Shakkoumon to battle and destroy MarineDevimon, and then leant a hand in the final battle with Daemon, who was forced into the World of Darkness.
Patamon, T.K., Cody and Armadillomon were the first to watch Noriko, one of the children Oikawa had implanted with copies of Ken’s Dark Spore. They were shocked to see her maliciously kick a cat, which was all the proof they needed that the Dark Spore was already at work inside her mind.
When Oikawa opened a portal to what he though was the DigiWorld, Patamon, T.K. and the other DigiDestined and their Digimon followed him through, only to find themselves in a dimension that most certainly wasn’t the digital world! In this bizarre dimension of dreams, the truth came out – Oikawa was possessed by the spirit of Myotismon. Myotismon exited Oikawa’s body, and used the power of the Dark Spores to transform himself into MaloMyotismon, before subjecting the DigiDestined to illusions of their greatest desires. For T.K., it was seeing his family all together again – but Patamon and Davis were able to free him from the illusion, and then the kids used the power of the dimension to their own advantage, making their Digimon Digivolve into all their different forms at once. Patamon, Angemon, MagnaAngemon, Pegasusmon and Shakkoumon joined with all the other Digimon in battling MaloMyotismon. When the villain fled to the DigiWorld, only Shakkoumon could follow. In the ensuing battle, in which all the Digimon and DigiDestined of Earth participated, the power of dreams destroyed MaloMyotismon’s body, and then everyone used their Digivices to power up Imperialdramon, who used his Giga Crusher attack to destroy Myotismon’s spirit, seemingly for good.
Three months later, when it was discovered that Diaboromon had survived the battle four years beforehand, Patamon went with T.K., Cody and Upamon to track down Kuramon that were appearing in the real world. Later, T.K. and Patamon went onto the Internet to help Omnimon battle Diaboromon, and Patamon Digivolved into Angemon to help out.
Twenty-five years into the future, the portal to the DigiWorld remains open, and Patamon is still at T.K.’s side.
Patamon first appears in "And so it begins..." His voice is supplied by Laura Summer, who departed the series following the end of season two. Four years later, when Patamon returned in "Revenge of Diaboromon," Bridgette Hoffman took on the role, having previous voiced a Patamon in season four.
Name: From the Japanese word, "patapata," meaning the sound of flapping.
Group: Animal – Level: Armour – Type: Vaccine – Attack Techniques: Equus Beam, Star Shower, Mane Wind, Golden Noose
Pegasusmon is the Armour Digivolved form of Patamon, the Digimon partner of T.K. of the DigiDestined. Patamon Armour Digivolves with the Digi-Egg of Hope to become Pegasusmon. His Equus Beam attack consists of a beam of green energy fired from his forehead, while his Mane Wind technique has sharp spines firing from his mane with powerful force. When he uses his Star Shower attack, he spreads his wing, and star-shaped projectiles fly out from beneath them. When he and Nefertimon team up, they can create between them a lariat of golden energy, which they use to tie up their enemies. His tag line is “Flying Hope!”
With the Digimon Emperor’s Control Spires blocking normal Digivolution, Patamon was left unable to become Angemon. When the new DigiDestined were battling with a group of Tyrannomon under the Emperor’s control, T.K., Patamon, Kari and Gatomon fled the battlefield, and came across a cave, where they found the Digi-Eggs of Hope and Light. Patamon and Gatomon became Pegasusmon and Nefertimon, and defeated the Tyrannomon.
Pegasusmon helped destroy the Control Spire in the frozen North, and then appeared again in the city of the Gardromon. When Kari was trapped there, T.K. and Davis returned to free her – Patamon was able to Digivolve into Angemon to gain them access to the city again, but then reverted due to the Control Spire there, and became Pegasusmon again to fight the Gardromon. Later, Pegasusmon was part of the battle with Deltamon and the Bakemon under the Emperor’s control, and after that, took part in the fight against the Emperor’s Meramon. He and the other Armour Digimon were defeated by SkullGreymon, who was fighting against the Emperor’s control and destroyed the Control Spire in the area. Pegasusmon was also part of the battles against the viral MetalGreymon when the Emperor succeeded in gaining control of him – then, as Patamon, he was captured by Flymon, and the Emperor almost managed to put a Dark Spiral on him, but was stopped by the timely arrival of Matt and Garurumon.
When Kari was pulled into the enigmatic World of Darkness, T.K., Gatomon and Patamon followed through a portal she was able to open to them. There, Patamon became Pegasusmon to battle an Airdramon, but proved to be outmatched. He destroyed the Control Spire in the region, and Gatomon became Angewomon and destroyed the Airdramon, and fended off the “Scubamon” trying to take Kari with them. Everyone then returned to the real world.
When the kids met Michael at Digitamamon’s diner, and were attacked by Gorillamon, Pegasusmon, Nefertimon, T.K. and Kari flew off to look for Digitamamon himself, who had disappeared during the battle. He reappeared with a Dark Spiral controlling him, and Pegasusmon and Nefertimon had to bind him with their Golden Noose to allow Shurimon to destroy it. Pegasusmon and Nefertimon later tricked ShogunGekomon into destroying a Control Spire when he fell under a Dark Spiral’s influence.
When the location of the Digimon Emperor’s base was discovered, the kids stayed in the DigiWorld until they could destroy it. T.K. defeated the Emperor in a fistfight, and Patamon defeated Wormmon in a minor struggle, then became Pegasusmon to free Nefertimon and Halsemon from the grip of Kimeramon, the Emperor’s genetically-engineered Digimon creation. When the kids penetrated the Emperor’s base shortly thereafter, Pegasusmon and all the other Armours defeated two squads of Bakemon, but were then reverted when Kimeramon attacked. When Davis found the Digi-Egg of Miracles, Veemon became Magnamon, and his light regenerated Patamon and the others, enabling them to Armour Digivolve. Pegasusmon and the others fled the damaged base, as Magnamon and Kimeramon’s battle sent it crashing into the desert.
Pegasusmon helped to rebuild the Punimon village the day before Ankylomon first appeared, and then took part in the battle with the unliving Golemon created by Arukenimon. He and the other Armour Digimon were beaten by Golemon, but Stingmon and Aquilamon destroyed him.
Pegasusmon next appeared during the battle with the unliving Minotarumon. He and Nefertimon bound him with their Golden Noose, enabling Raidramon to destroy him. Later, when the kids were lured to the Giga House by Arukenimon, Kari, T.K., Yolei and their Digimon waited outside while Davis, Ken and Cody went in. However, each group was attacked by insectoid Digimon under Arukenimon’s control. Pegasusmon, along with Nefertimon and Aquilamon, fled from a swarm of Flymon, and were attacked by a group of Snimon. While Pegasusmon and Nefertimon held the Snimon off, Yolei and Kari used the house’s computer to cancel out of the effects of Arukenimon’s flute, freeing the Digimon from her control. Pegasusmon and all the other Digimon then helped out in the battle with Arukenimon herself, weakening her, until she was defeated by Paildramon. Her partner, Mummymon, leapt to her rescue, and bound Pegasusmon, Nefertimon, Shurimon and Digmon with his Snake Bandage attack, De-Digivolving them, and giving the villains the time they needed to escape. Pegasusmon was then seen destroying more Control Spires with the other Digimon (while doing this, the name “Shooting Stars” was mistakenly used for Star Shower), and he and Nefertimon were then the first to fall before the newly created BlackWarGreymon.
When the battles to save the Destiny Stones began, Pegasusmon was present for the battle with Knightmon. He and Ankylomon attempted to battle the armoured Digimon directly, but he managed to hold them both off. The others then DNA Digivolved, and BlackWarGreymon appeared and destroyed Knightmon and the stone. Pegasusmon was then seen carrying T.K. to the site of the second Destiny Stone, which had already been destroyed by BlackWarGreymon, where, for some inexplicable reason, he De-Digivolved to Patamon, then Re-Digivolved to Pegasusmon again to battle Arukenimon and Mummymon. Later, Pegasusmon was seen carrying T.K. to the location of the third stone, but they were too late – BlackWarGreymon had already destroyed it.
Pegasusmon next appeared at Christmas, when a Control Spire appeared in the real world, along with several wild Digimon. He and the other Armour Digimon, along with the other six original DigiDestined’s Digimon, managed to defeat the Champions among the wild Digimon, then he reverted to Patamon, Digivolved to Angemon, and merged with Ankylomon into Shakkoumon to help Paildramon and Silphymon take down the Ultimates.
Pegasusmon didn’t appear again for a while after this. He next showed up on Mount Fuji, while BlackWarGreymon was engaged in battle with WarGreymon. BlackWarGreymon had come to Earth to kill Oikawa, the human who created Arukenimon and Mummymon, but WarGreymon was trying to stop him. While the battle raged, Oikawa, Arukenimon and Mummymon attempted to make themselves scarce, but were pursued by Nefertimon, who followed the station wagon they were driving away in. Mummymon tried to take her down with his Snake Bandage, but couldn’t manage it. Pegasusmon and Aquilamon then joined in the chase, pursuing the villains as they sought cover in an outdoor market, but couldn’t attack them for fear of hurting the humans in the area. Mummymon had no such compunctions, and blasted all three of them, causing them to De-Digivolve.
When the kids followed Oikawa through a portal that he believed led to the DigiWorld, they found themselves in a bizarre dimension that made dreams come true. There, the truth came out – Oikawa was actually possessed by the spirit of Myotismon. Myotismon used the power of the Dark Spores to become MaloMyotismon, and then used the dimension to subject the kids to illusions of their greatest desires. However, they managed to win through, and then used the power of the dimension to their own ends, making all their Digimon Digivolve to their different forms at once. The Digi-Egg of Hope transformed into Pegasusmon, and he, Angemon, MagnaAngemon and Shakkoumon all joined with all the other Digimon in battling MaloMyotismon, but when the villain fled into the DigiWorld, only the “real” incarnation of Patamon could follow, so Shakkoumon travelled through the portal, while the Pegasusmon avatar faded away.
Pegasusmon first appears in “A New Digitude.” His voice is supplied by Dave Mallow. In “A Million Points of Light,” his tag line is mistakenly changed to “Galloping Hope.”
Name: Named after Pegasus, the winged horse from Greek mythology.
Group: Ghost - Level: Ultimate - Type: Virus - Attack Techniques: Shadow Scythe, Father Time
Phantomon was Myotismon's third lieutenant in his attack on Odaiba, who was in charge of the vampire Digimon's ground troops. He actually first appeared before the kids left the DigiWorld - he was seen driving Myotismon's coach when the dark lord first attacked the DigiDestined. Phantomon first appeared on Earth in the subway station in outer Odaiba, when Joe was trying to get into the central part of the city. Accompanied by a contingent of Bakemon, Phantomon oversaw the abduction of the city's populous, then moving into the city's centre and working his way through the apartment buildings there, having a short confrontation with Greymon. Izzy managed to save his family from capture with a Digital Barrier. When Sora and Mimi tried to arrange an escape attempt from the convention centre where the population was being held, Phantomon showed up again, destroying the tape recorder which was producing the mind-over-matter chants which were weakening the Bakemon.
Shortly, after Sora managed to escape to rendezvous with Tai and Matt, Tai headed off to the convention centre to try and free the captives. Matt explained to Sora that Kari, Tai's sister, was the Eighth Child - the predestined eighth member of the DigiDestined - that Myotismon was look for, when Phantomon attacked again, this time accompanied by Tuskmon and Snimon. Sora tried to take him on with a wooden pole, but he sliced it and sent the girl crashing to the ground. Kari agreed to give herself up to Phantomon if he left them alone. Phantomon accepted, and took Kari to Myotismon. In the ensuing battle, as the other kids tried to rescue Kari, Phantomon attacked Greymon, but immediately pulled back when he Digivolved to MetalGreymon. Angemon fired his Hand of Fate attack at Myotismon, striking both him and Phantomon down. However, while Myotismon was merely weakened, Phantomon was deleted.
Four years later, a Phantomon appeared in Odaiba, along with several other wild Digimon, at Christmas time. This Phantomon was among those paralysed by Halsemon, and then sent back to the DigiWorld.
Phantomon first appears in "Sora's Crest of Love," driving Myotismon's coach - don't blink, or you'll miss him! He is first referred to by name and gets a Digimon Analyser screen in "Flower Power." His voice is supplied by Dave Guerrie.
Name: From the word "phantom," meaning a ghost.
Phil is an African-American DigiDestined boy, partnered with a Flarizamon. When Digimon were appearing all over Earth at Christmas, Phil rounded up a Cherrymon and some RedVegiemon, and was taking them to Central Park in New York City when the Cherrymon became angry at the sight of the Rockafeller Centre Christmas tree lighting up. He attacked the tree, and Phil e-mail Mimi for help. She, Davis and Michael arrived to battle the Cherrymon, and were helped out by the other American DigiDestined, Maria, Lou and Steve. Phil and the others were then at Central Park when all the Digimon were sent back to the DigiWorld.
Phil appeared again later when MaloMyotismon was attempting to infect Earth with darkness.
Phil first appears in “Digimon World Tour, Pt. 1.” His voice is supplied by Brianne Siddall.
Name: Phil’s original Japanese name was “Sam”, but this was changed for the US, as “Sam” was already the given US name for Ken’s brother.
Group: Micro - Level: Baby - Attack Technique: Bubble Blow
Pichimon is the Baby stage of Gomamon, the Digimon partner of Joe of the DigiDestined. Pichimon never appeared in real time in the show, and was only seen when the mysterious entity from the DigiWorld's past showed the kids images from history.
Four years later, a Pichimon was seen with some other Baby Digimon, and an Elecmon, in a forest that BlackWarGreymon was passing through. Later still, a Pichimon was among the Digimon who appeared as partners for the Dark Spore children.
A Pichimon first appears in "The Ultimate Clash."
Name: From the Japanese word, "pichipichi," the sound of a fish flopping around.
Group: Phantom - Level: Mega - Type: Virus - Attack Techniques: Trump Sword, Clown Trick
Piedmon is the last of the Dark Masters, and the most powerful of them, to boot. A master swordsman, Piedmon can generate energy in numerous forms, such as bolts and waves, and has innumerable transmutation tricks up his sleeve, changing other things and beings into different forms. Cool, calculating and sophisticated, Piedmon is also capable of flight.
It is known that Piedmon led an attack on the home base of the mysterious group charged with the DigiWorld's protection many years ago, and engaged Gennai in battle there. He successfully stole the Crests and Tags, but was unable to stop Gennai escaped with the Digi-Eggs and Digivices.
When the DigiDestined did eventually arrive in the DigiWorld, their battles wound up bringing them back to Earth, to stop the plans of Myotismon. In the years (of DigiWorld time) that they were away, Piedmon, and the other Dark Masters - MetalSeadramon, Puppetmon and Machinedramon - rose up and conquered the digital world, reformatting it's digital matter into the massive Spiral Mountain. At the mountain's peak was Piedmon's base of operations - an observatory-like building, from which he could observe all goings on across Spiral Mountain. When the DigiDestined returned to the DigiWorld, the Dark Masters all attacked them at once. WarGreymon and MetalGarurumon battled Piedmon, but he cut them down with his Trump Sword attack. He then threw a dagger at Mimi, irritated by her whining, but Chuumon leapt in front of it, sacrificing himself. Piximon then showed up, and distracted the Dark Masters long enough for the kids to escape.
Piedmon continued to observe the kids' battles with the other Dark Masters and their minions. When they arrived on the mountain's peak, his bodyguard, LadyDevimon, requested that she be allowed to deal with them. When she was destroyed by Angewomon, Piedmon himself emerged, and engaged WarGreymon in battle again. Matt and MetalGarurumon showed up to help him, but Piedmon had them on the ropes with his magical powers, and then used sorcery to transformed the two Digimon and their human partners into key chains. As the battle continued, all of the kids and their Digimon became key chains, until only T.K., Kari and Angemon were left. Angemon and Piedmon battled, but Piedmon bested him, then turned his attention to T.K. and Kari, hurling them from the top of his fortress. As they fell, T.K.'s Crest began to glow, and Angemon Digivolved into MagnaAngemon for the first time. MagnaAngemon and Piedmon fought, and MagnaAngemon was able to recover the key chains and turn everyone back to normal. Piedmon then called out his Vilemon horde, and the mother of all battles began. MagnaAngemon finished it by using his Gate of Destiny attack, using it to suck in all the Vilemon. WarGreymon and MetalGarurumon then blasted Piedmon through the portal, which slammed shut behind him, and dissolved, trapping him forever.
Piedmon first appears in "Enter The Dark Masters," and dies in "Piedmon Last Jest." His voice is supplied by Derek Stephen Prince. Prince notes that he styled the voice after that of actor Tim Curry, but "with a twist."
Name: A lengthening of his original name, "Piemon," which comes from the French word, "pierrot," meaning clown. "Pied" can also mean "many colours."
"PIEDMON'S LAST JEST"
Digimon Adventure episode #52
English version written by Jeff Nimoy & Bob Buchholz
Piedmon begins transforming the kids and their Digimon into key chains with his magic, hunting them down in his castle. Angemon Digivolves into MagnaAngemon for the first time to stop him and restore everyone to normal, but then, Piedmon calls out his Vilemon horde. The kids are outnumbered, but Mimi arrives with her Digimon army, and the battle begins. MagnaAngemon uses his Gate of Destiny attack to get rid of the Vilemon, and then WarGreymon and MetalGarurumon blast Piedmon through it, casting him into oblivion. The Dark Masters' control of the digital world is gone - but and e-mail from Gennai tells the kids that the final battle is yet to come!
Group: Pixie - Level: Ultimate - Type: Data - Attack Techniques: Pit Bomb, Fairy Tail
Piximon is a digital-world-famous Digimon trainer, who helps Digimon improve their skills and better themselves. While meaning well, Piximon can be somewhat unrelenting in his rigorous training sessions, so his subjects sometimes find him something of a pain to work with.
The DigiDestined kids first met Piximon when they were walking the deserts of Server. They were attacked by a Kuwagamon, and Agumon was frozen with fear, and unable to Digivolve - he had only just recently accidentally Digivolved into SkullGreymon, and was afraid it could happen again - but Piximon saved them, using his Pit Bomb attack to dispatch the insectoid Digimon. Biyomon had heard of Piximon, and when he said he wanted to train the kids and their Digimon, she told them it was an honour, so they accepted. Piximon took them to his secret training ground, hidden from detection by Etemon by an invisible barrier. The kids first task was to climb the gargantuan flight of stone steps to the top of Piximon's home, and then to clean it, top-to-bottom. However, Piximon said he had a special job for Tai and Agumon, and took them to a nearby cave. He left them there, and said they'd figure out what to do, although the two of them were less than pleased. That night, Matt and Izzy's Tags began to react, meaning that their Crests were nearby. They found them, but had to step outside the barrier to get them, tipping Etemon off to their location. Etemon dispatched Tyrannomon to deal with them, but Piximon held him off, deliberately waiting for Tai and Agumon to return, so they could finish him. Things were looking bad, until Tai and Agumon confronted their fears, and Agumon Digivolved to Greymon to defeat Tyrannomon. The kids said goodbye to Piximon, but he quietly noted to himself that the kids needed to get their act together, or else the world could be doomed!
Piximon reappeared shortly after the kids returned to the DigiWorld after they had gone back to Earth to stop the plans of Myotismon. In the time they had been gone, the Dark Masters had conquered the DigiWorld, and reformatted it into Spiral Mountain. The kids battled them, but they were losing, and Piedmon was about to destroy them all, until Piximon appeared to distract the Dark Masters long enough for the kids to escape. In the dub, Tai says that Piximon said they could save the DigiWorld if all eight of them were together – but Piximon never said this. In retaliation, the Dark Masters killed him. Later, Mimi set up a marker to remember him by.
After the Dark Masters and Apocalymon were destroyed, the DigiWorld was reformatted to normal, and a hail of Digi-Eggs fell on Primary Village - all of the Digimon who had died in the conflict were reborn, including Piximon.
Piximon first appears in "The Piximon Cometh," and then reappears at the end of "Enter the Dark Masters," which leads into the beginning of "Seasick and Tired," when he is killed (off-screen). His voice is supplied by Richard Cansino.
Name: From the word "pixie," a small elemental creature from folklore.
"THE PIXIMON COMETH"
Digimon Adventure episode #18
English version written by Mark Ryan and Sean Abley
While in the deserts of Server, the kids are attacked by a Kuwagamon, but are saved by Piximon, who takes them to his training ground. Tai and Agumon have to overcome their fears about Digivolving, while Matt and Izzy find their Crests. Greymon battles and defeats Tyrannomon.
Episode Trivia – The title of this episode is derived from the play, “The Iceman Cometh,” by Eugene O’Neill.
Digimon Adventure episode #43
English version written by Jeff Nimoy & Bob Buchholz
The kids defeat MetalSeadramon, thanks to the sacrifice of Whamon, but are immediately attacked by Puppetmon, who uses dolls to manipulate their movements, and then captures T.K. The other kids fight Kiwimon as T.K. is forced to play Puppetmon's deadly games.
Episode Trivia – There are an unusually large number of noticeable flubs in this episode.
1) When Mimi is setting up the markers for the dead Digimon, when she says "Stop it, Tai!" the cross on Whamon's marker has disappeared.
2) When the ground starts moving for the first time, Tai and Agumon are missing from the aerial shot of the group.
3) This episode, as noted elsewhere in the encyclopedia, features the heftily cut scene where Puppetmon shoots Mushroomon and Blossomon dead. The removal of this scene means that T.K.'s movement from behind the piano to behind the door is sudden, and just plain odd. Also, check out Puppetmon's hand when he says "I put the fun in fungus!" - you can see it's shaped as though he was holding a gun, but the gun itself has been airbrushed out.
4) When fighting Kiwimon, Tentomon cries out "Electro Shocker!" instead of "Super Shocker!" Sure, incorrect attack names were a common thing in Digimon Adventure 02, but not here...
5) "Hey Digimon" is REALLY badly synched this episode. It doesn't start playing until the battle is OVER.
POI BROTHERS, THE
The Poi Brothers are three DigiDestined boys from Hong Kong, each partnered with a Syakomon, who Digivolves into an Octomon. When Digimon began to appear all over the world at Christmas, the Poi Brothers and their Octomon took on a Mojyamon. The Octomon took him down with their Spurting Ink attack, and were about to finish him off, when Kari and Izzy arrived in time to stop them. Izzy tried to explain the situation, but had bit of difficulty – Jackie, Gennai’s Chinese counterpart, then stepped in to help clear things up. In the original Japanese version, Izzy had difficulty because the Poi Brothers couldn’t understand Japanese, and Jackie had to act as a translator. Izzy and Kari asked the Poi Brothers to help them, and the three siblings all agreed, because they had quickly developed crushes on Kari. When Izzy received an e-mail from Mina, an Indian DigiDestined who could not get across the India/China border with the Digimon she had gathered, he, Kari, and the eldest Poi Brother headed to the border to help out. The Poi’s Octomon used his ink to spell out a message to the Chinese army on a nearby rock face, and they were able to get everyone across, and send the Digimon back to the DigiWorld.
The Poi Brothers appeared again later when MaloMyotismon was attempting to infect Earth with darkness.
The Poi Brothers first appear in “Digimon World Tour, Pt. 1.” In descending age order, their voices are supplied by Kirk Thornton, Jonathan Fahn and Dan Lorge.
Group: Micro – Level: In-Training – Attack Technique: Baby Breeze
Poromon is the In-Training form of Hawkmon, the Digimon partner of Yolei of the DigiDestined. Poromon first appeared when Hawkmon came to the real world for the first time along with the other new DigiDestined and their Digimon - Hawkmon automatically reverted into Poromon, and stayed that way until he and the others returned to the DigiWorld the next day, automatically Digivolving back into Hawkmon upon arrival.
Poromon continued to be Hawkmon's default form while on Earth, easily hidden due to his small size. While in America with the other kids, along with Willis, a DigiDestined from Colorado, Poromon Digivolved into Hawkmon, and then into Halsemon to battle Antylamon, the Ultimate form of Kokomon, Willis's rogue Digimon partner, but was defeated and reverted to Hawkmon. After Kerpymon - Kokomon’s Mega form – used his age-reversal powers, Hawkmon became Poromon, with an injured wing which Yolei bandaged with a ribbon, telling him to give it “time to heal.” These words sparked off Kokomon’s defeat. Note that this adventure is supposed to be out of continuity.
Poromon again Digivolved in the real world when Wizardmon's ghost was causing trouble at the Odaiba TV station - he and the other Digimon didn't know that it was Wizardmon, and Digivolved to prepare for battle, but fortunately didn't have to fight.
Later, when all the Armour Digimon were defeated in battle with Kimeramon, they were so badly injured that they reverted to their In-Training forms. DemiVeemon accompanied Davis on a search for the engine room, which proved to contain the Digi-Egg of Miracles – the energy it radiated transformed Poromon back into Hawkmon.
When Yolei was having trouble believing that Ken could possible be trusted, Poromon tried to offer her a little advice. She said she knew she should give him a chance, but a little voice in the back of her mind said that he couldn’t be trusted. Poromon’s response was: “It’s up to you, Yolei, but listening to little voices in your head sounds pretty weird to me!”
After Aquilamon and Gatomon DNA Digivolved into Silphymon, they separated into Pururumon and Salamon. Each time after this, Pururumon would always Digivolve back into Poromon and then into Hawkmon.
When Yolei went on a class trip to Kyoto, Poromon stayed with Izzy, but became very tired and sluggish, due to his separation from Yolei. When Digimon began to appear in Kyoto, Ken used the DigiWorld to quickly get there, bringing Poromon with him. The brief trip through the DigiWorld revitalised Poromon, who Digivolved into Hawkmon and then into Shurimon to battle Musyamon.
Poromon continued to act as Hawkmon’s default form in the real world, until he and Upamon were given power boosts from Azulongmon’s Digi-Core, courtesy of Gennai, Digivolved them into Hawkmon and Armadillomon, in preparation for the "world tour."
Three months after the defeat of MaloMyotismon, when it was discovered that Diaboromon had survived the battle with Omnimon four years beforehand, Poromon went with Yolei, Kari and Gatomon to track down Kuramon that were appearing in the real world. When the Kuramon gathered in Tokyo Harbour, Poromon Digivolved into Hawkmon, but there was anothing he could do during the subsequent battle.
Twenty-five years into the future, Yolei and Ken’s daughter has a Poromon for a partner.
Poromon first appears in “The Digiteam Complete.” His voice is supplied by Steven Jay Blum.
Name: From the Japanese word, “Poroporo,” which means “to fall in large drops.”
Group: Micro - Level: Baby - Attack Technique: Bubble Blow
Poyomon is the Baby stage of Patamon, the Digimon partner of T.K. of the DigiDestined. However, the first time a Poyomon appeared in the show was when T.K. and Patamon were visiting Primary Village, and they saw multiple Baby Digimon, including some Poyomon. After Patamon Digivolved to Angemon, he had to sacrifice himself to destroy Devimon. A Digi-Egg formed out of Angemon's remains, and, just as the kids were preparing to set sail for Server, the egg hatched, and Poyomon hopped out. When the kids were taken to the underwater convenience mart by Whamon, so they could find their Tags, it was Poyomon who located the box in which the Tags were stored. When the kids arrived on Server, Poyomon Digivolved into Tokomon. The only time after that incident when a Poyomon was seen was when a mysterious entity from the DigiWorld's past showed the kids images from the DigiWorld's history, including the hatching out of the seven Digi-Eggs that were to be the kids Digimon, and the emergence of the Baby stage Digimon, including T.K.'s Poyomon.
Four years later, a Poyomon was seen with some other Baby Digimon, and an Elecmon, in a forest that BlackWarGreymon was passing through. Later still, a Poyomon was among the Digimon who appeared as partners for the Dark Spore children, becoming partners with Takashi.
Poyomon were first seen in "DigiBaby Boom." T.K.'s Poyomon first appears in "Departure for a New Continent."
Name: From “poyon,” a Japanese word meaning something soft.
Primary Village is a location on File Island, apparently close to the foot of Infinity Mountain, which is looked after by Elecmon. A colourful place, the ground resembles a patch-work quilt, while giant building blocks and stuffed toys make up the scenery. It is at Primary Village that new Digimon life is born, when Digi-Eggs fall from the sky, to be cared for by Elecmon, until they hatch into Baby level Digimon. Elecmon then cares for the Babies as they grow. When a Digimon dies, it's digital information is sent to the Data World and is reconfigured into a Digi-Egg, which is then deposited in Primary Village. Although we do not officially know what Digivolutionary level the Digimon must attain before they can leave the village, it would not be unreasonable to assume merely In-Training, as there were no In-Training Digimon seen at the Village when T.K. and Patamon visited it. T.K. and Patamon's arrival was a surprise to Elecmon, and he saw them as intruders out to hurt the Babies. He and Patamon fought, until T.K. made them stop and have a tug-o-war instead, which Patamon won. Elecmon realised they weren't so bad, and let them stay at the village. The village was then the scene of battle with the Black Gear-infected Leomon, and Ogremon.
Much later, when the Dark Masters were in the process of conquering the DigiWorld and reformatting it, Primary Village became a part of Spiral Mountain. However, the Dark Masters' evil tainted the village, and no Digimon could be reborn there until they were defeated. Elecmon teamed up with the DigiDestined kids to battle the Dark Masters, and, after Apocalymon's defeat, a hail of Digi-Eggs rained down on the Village, as all the Digimon who had died during the conflict were reborn.
Four years later, Ken Ichijouji, the former Digimon Emperor, made a trip to Primary Village, where he was confronted by some angry Baby Digimon, who lectured him. Ken then found the egg belonging to Leafmon, the Baby form of his partner, Wormmon, who had died recently. The egg hatched, and Leafmon returned to the real world with Ken.
After this, the new DigiDestined were seen repairing a village, which the dub erroneously claimed was Primary Village. It was not – it was simply a Punimon settlement.
Primary Village first appears in "DigiBaby Boom."
Digimon Adventure episode #25
English version written by R.D. Chamberlain and J.M. Morris
Tai and Joe find Mimi in the Gekomon and Otamamon's palace, being treated like a princess, so she will sing and wake up ShogunGekomon. When Tai and Joe try to trick her, she locks them in the dungeon, but is convinced by Sora to sing her song. ShogunGekomon wakes up, but is enraged, and MetalGreymon has to fight him.
Episode Trivia - This episode originally aired with the typo-ed title, "Princess Karoake." It was corrected for re-runs. The title itself is a play on that of the anime movie, "Princess Mononoke."
See also: "I Wanna Sing a Song"
"THE PRISONER OF THE PYRAMID"
Digimon Adventure episode #19
English version written by R.D. Chamberlain and John Ludin
The group receives an e-mail from Datamon, who is being held prisoner inside Etemon's pyramid, which says he can show them where Sora's Crest is if they free him. During the rescue mission, T.K. finds his Crest, and then, Datamon turns on the kids, kidnapping Sora and Biyomon.
Adjective – wonderful, astounding; enormous in size, quality, extent, etc.
"Prodigious" is the catchphrase of choice of Izzy of the DigiDestined.
Izzy first says “Prodigious!” in “Kabuterimon’s Electro Shocker.”
Definition courtesy of the Cassell Family English Dictionary.
Digimon Adventure episode #38
English version written by R.D. Chamberlain and John Ludin
As per an ancient prophecy unearthed by Gennai, Myotismon returns as VenomMyotismon, and Agumon and Gabumon must Warp-Digivolve to WarGreymon and MetalGarurumon to battle him.
Group: Pumpkin - Level: Ultimate - Type: Data - Attack Techniques: Trick or Treat, Pumpkin Smash
Pumpkinmon is a minion of Myotismon, who hangs around with Gotsumon. Both he and Gotsumon were assigned to search Odaiba for the Eighth Child, but they decided they would rather just have fun. In awe of the local pop culture, the two mischievous Digimon were thrown out of a casino, and then successfully managed to annoy a moody teenager, who chased them. While running, they ran into Matt, T.K. and Gabumon, who were searching for Patamon. Matt threw the teen off their trail, and Pumpkinmon and Gotsumon thanked them, explaining that they really didn't want to look for the Eighth Child - as a matter of fact, it was "next stop, Hollywood!" The two Digimon hung around with the trio, managing to get them into all kinds of trouble, until Myotismon appeared, angry that they were goofing off. He told them to steal Matt and T.K.'s Crests, but they refused. They were drawn into battle with the enraged Myotismon, and he destroyed them both with him Grisly Wing attack (although the dub makes it out that they're just being sent back to the DigiWorld.)
Pumpkinmon appears in "Out on the Town." His voice is supplied by Joshua Seth.
Name: From the word "pumpkin," a vegetable.
Group: Micro - Level: Baby - Attack Technique: Bubble Blow
Punimon is the Baby stage of Gabumon, the Digimon partner of Matt of the DigiDestined. However, the Punimon from which Gabumon Digivolved does not appear in real time throughout the course of the kids adventure. Punimon first show up when T.K. and Patamon arrive in Primary Village and see numerous Baby Digimon, including some Punimon. The Punimon from which Gabumon Digivolved then appeared when a mysterious entity from the DigiWorld's past showed the kids images from history, including the hatching out of the Digi-Eggs that were to be the kids' Digimon, and the emergence of the Baby level Digimon, including Matt's Punimon.
Four years later, a Punimon was among the Digimon who lectured Ken at Primary Village. Shortly after this, the new DigiDestined helped to rebuild a Punimon village (though in the dub, it mistakenly said that it was Primary Village).
Two Punimon were seen in a forest with some other Baby Digimon and an Elecmon, when BlackWarGreymon passed through. Much later after this, several Punimon was among the Digimon who appeared as partners for the Dark Spore children. One of the Punimon became Noriko’s partner.
Punimon first appear in "DigiBaby Boom." Matt's Punimon appears in "The Ultimate Clash."
Name: From the Japanese word "punipuni," meaning something stretchy and elastic.
Alias used by Agumon to infiltrate Myotismon's castle, which consisted of him wearing a blonde afro wig and a pink ascot. Used in "The Gateway To Home."
Group: Puppet - Level: Mega - Type: Virus - Attack Techniques: Puppet Pummel, Wires Choking
Puppetmon is one of the Dark Masters, and ruler of the digital forest. He has the mindset of a spoilt child, and is prone to temper tantrums. He is very materialistic, and possesses a multitude of toys, each and everyone capable of some destructive and deadly function. He always carries his large mallet with him, from which he can shoot spheres of energy, and he can project wires from his hands, which latch on to his opponents, allowing him to control their actions, making the puppet, ironically enough, the puppeteer. He lives in a mansion in the middle of the forest, with several other Digimon, whom he dubs his "playmates" - they include Deramon, Floramon, Mushroomon and Blossomon. As Deramon once said, their only purpose is so Puppetmon can have "someone to kick around," though Puppetmon doesn't realise that they don't actually like him - he does not properly comprehend the notion of friendship, and will force people to play his deadly games against their will, just because it is fun for him. Puppetmon also has mental control over the mansion, which can sprout legs and arms and be used in battle.
Puppetmon first appeared during the kids first battle with the Dark Masters. After Machinedramon blasted the kids and their Digimon into a chasm, Puppetmon used his control wires to take control of them, and made the Digimon fight amongst themselves. He then used his Puppet Pummel attack to blast the Ultimate level Digimon back to In-Trainings.
After the kids defeated MetalSeadramon, Puppetmon stepped up to the plate, and began his war against them. Operating out of his woodland mansion, he used a special remote control device to make portions of the forest move, to bring the kids closer to him. When he lost track of them, he used a set of magical dolls to control their movements, separating them, and then taking T.K. to his mansion, where he played a dangerous game of hide and seek with him. As his minion, Kiwimon, kept the other kids busy, Puppetmon was tricked by T.K., who called him boring, and claimed he didn't have any friends. Puppetmon denied it, and ran off, saying he'd bring a friend back. Puppetmon then hastily - and literally - MADE a friend, out of wood and a football, but when he brought it back for T.K. to see, the boy had escaped. Enraged, Puppetmon swore vengeance.
Puppetmon's next move had his sending Cherrymon to corrupt the mind of Matt, to turn him against the other DigiDestined. As that went on, more of Puppetmon's servants, the Garbagemon, battled the other kids, but when MetalGreymon blasted one, Puppetmon was caught in the explosion, and sent flying away, getting splattered by Digi-Sludge in the process. As he washed his face off in a river, Cherrymon arrived to report success, but he then warned Puppetmon to be careful - there was something about the DigiDestined... something that Puppetmon didn't have. Furious at Cherrymon's doubting of his abilities, Puppetmon used his Puppet Pummel attack to destroy him. He then raced to the site of battle between Matt and Tai, and MetalGarurumon and WarGreymon, but that fight was ended abruptly, and Puppetmon sent spiralling away, as a mysterious entity from the DigiWorld's past spirited the kids away.
Following that, the DigiDestined were divided - Matt, realising his mistake, needed time along, while Mimi and Joe decided they no longer wished to fight. After Mimi and Joe found the injured Ogremon, and nursed him back to health, Puppetmon found them, and was about to attack, when MetalEtemon appeared. He and Puppetmon began arguing, and then fighting, but Puppetmon grew tired of it when he dubbed MetalEtemon "no good at name calling." Puppetmon then returned to his mansion, only to discover that the other DigiDestined had broken in, with the aid of Deramon and Floramon. The kids began to fire one of Puppetmon's own cannons at him, and then chased him through the forest, until he tricked them into entering a field of RedVegiemon. During the battle, Puppetmon took control of WarGreymon, but the kids Digimon were able to free him, and they managed to crush Puppetmon's hammer also. In retaliation, Puppetmon called out his mansion, which seemed almost unbeatable! Puppetmon snuck away during the battle, destroying one of the RedVegiemon who got in his way - but then, he ran into MetalGarurumon. Thinking that the wolf-like Digimon was still in opposition to the other DigiDestined, he told him to attack, but when that didn't work, he tried his control wires. Then, Matt walked out of the forest, and told Puppetmon that no-one would listen to him, because no-one was his friend. Screaming with rage, Puppetmon proclaimed that it didn't matter, and that people would still do as he told them. He charged MetalGarurumon... and was hit by a full force Metal Wolf Claw, fatally damaging him. He collapsed to the ground, and, in the last few seconds before his deletion, he realised what the one thing Cherrymon had spoken of was - the one thing the kids had, but he didn't... the thing which had defeated him - friendship.
Puppetmon first appears in "Enter The Dark Masters," and dies in "Ogremon's Honor." His voice is supplied by David Lodge.
Name: From the word "puppet," a wooden toy manipulated by strings.
Group: Micro – Level: Baby – Attack Technique: Bubble Blow
Pururumon is the Baby form of Hawkmon, the Digimon partner of Yolei of the DigiDestined. Pururumon first appeared after Aquilamon and Gatomon DNA Digivolved into Silphymon, and then separated upon De-Digivolving.
Pururumon appeared again after Silphymon separated following the failed battle to save the first Destiny Stone. This continued as a pattern – Silphymon would appear to help everyone battle BlackWarGreymon, but they would lose the fight, another stone would be destroyed, and Silphymon would De-Digivolve into Pururumon and Salamon. Pururumon’s last appearance was after the battle at Christmas, when Digimon began to appear in the real world.
Pururumon first appears in “Opposites Attract.” His voice is supplied by Steven Jay Blum.
Name: From the Japanese word, “pururu,” which means “shaking.”