Group: Reptile - Level: Rookie - Type: Data - Attack Techniques: Blue Blaster, Horn Attack
Separated from the other DigiDestined following their first battle with Grumblemon, Zoe, J.P., Bokomon and Neemon came across a Digimon school, where all the pupils had ostracised their Tsunomon classmate. The reason for this soon became apparent when Tsunomon Digivolved into Gabumon to save Zoe from drowning – he was the only one in his class who possessed the ability to Digivolve, and had terrified his fellow students when he did it first to get their football down from a tree. However, he soon proved his worth to his classmates when he Digivolved and rescued Kapurimon from a flood that was threatening the school.
Gabumon appears in “The Odd One Out.” His voice is supplied by Kirk Thornton, reprising his role from seasons one and two.
Additionally, another Gabumon appeared at the Autumn Leaf Fair when the DigiDestined paid their first visit. As seen in “Bizarre Bazaar.”
Name: From the Japanese word, “gabugabu,” meaning “guzzling.”

Group: Exalted Knight – Level Mega – Type: Virus – Attack Techniques: Lightning Joust, Shield of the Just
A Gallantmon ran an armour store at the Autumn Leaf Fair, and was unable to help Zoe when she questioned it on the whereabouts of the Toucanmon. As seen in “Bizarre Bazaar.” Brian Beacock and Steven Jay Blum reprised their role from season three for the character’s singular line (specifically added to the dub for this purpose).
Name: “Gallant” means brave and chivalrous.

Group: Mutant - Level: Ultimate - Type: Virus - Attack Techniques: Junk Chucker, Dirty Saucer
Two Garbagemon (one with one of their signature trash cans, one without) were among the Digimon at the fortune telling festival. As seen in “A Hunka Hunka BurningGreymon.”
Name: From "garbage."

Group: Animal - Level: Champion - Type: Vaccine - Attack Techniques: Lightning Paw, Cat's Eye Hypnotism
Multiple Gatomon were present at the Autumn Leaf Fair during both of the DigiDestined’s visit there. As seen in “Bizarre Bazaar” and “All Aboard The Tag Team Express.” In “Bizarre Bazaar,” one Gatomon in particular is seen multiple times in the company of a Wizardmon, in homage to the season 1 characters.
Name: From “gato,” Spanish for “cat.”


Group: Mammal - Level: Rookie - Type: Virus - Attack Techniques: Electric Stun Blast, Pitfall
A Gazimon was among the Digimon at the fortune telling festival, and more were evident at the Autumn Leaf Fair during the DigiDestined’s two visits. Also, when  SkullSatamon attacked the Village of Flames, a Gazimon was unfortunate enough to fall foul of the villain, and was forced to tell him the location of the forest's Fractal Code, before being destroyed in return. As seen in “A Hunka Hunka BurningGreymon,” “Bizarre Bazaar,” "Bad To The Bones" and “All Aboard The Tag Team Express.”
Name: “Gazi” is another way of writing “gaji,” which comes from “gajigaji,” a Japanese word for the sound of eating.

Group: Reptile - Level: Champion - Type: Virus - Attack Techniques: Symphony Crusher, Tongue Attack
A drunk Gekomon failed to entice Bokomon and Neemon with his abilities at the fortune telling fair, while more Gekomon were visible at the Great Trailmon Race, and at the Autumn Leaf Fair during both of the DigiDestined’s visits. When Bokomon recounted the tale of IceDevimon, some Gekomon were among the hapless Digimon seen fleeing his wrath.
A Gekomon first appears in “A Hunka Hunka BurningGreymon.” Additionally, one can always be seen lazing under a tree with Zoe and Tommy in the show’s opening credits, holding a Digi-Egg which hatches into a Botamon.
Name: From "gekogeko," the Japanese word meaning the sound of croaking.

Group: Sea Animal - Level: Champion - Type: Virus - Attack Techniques: Coral Crusher, Elastic Arms
A Gesomon was one of the unfortunate Digimon shown to be a victim of IceDevimon when Bokomon recounted the villain’s history. As seen in “Ice Ice Baby" - although the Gesomon appeared to be somewhat smaller than those seen in previous seasons.
Name: In Japanese, when referring to sushi, "geso" is squid legs.

GigasmonGroup: Rock – Level: Hybrid – Type: Variable – Attack Techniques: Quagmire Twister, Tectonic Slam
Gigasmon is the Beast Warrior of Earth, created when Grumblemon Slide Evolves using the Beast Spirit of Earth. Towering, muscular and immensely strong, Gigasmon primarily relies on his physical prowess in battle, pummelling opponents by spinning his body into a tornado and shattering the earth around him with his fists.
Grumblemon was in possession of his Beast Spirit prior to his first meeting with the DigiDestined, and stunned them all by revealing its power as they battled to preserve the Fractal Code of the KaratsukiNumemon’s mountain. Caught off guard by this unknown ability, the DigiDestined were defeated, and Gigasmon Gigasmon consumes Kazemon's Spirit of Windconsumed the mountain’s data.
Gigasmon resurfaced a short time later, attacking a Gotsumon settlement in the region of the Forest Kingdom, searching for the Beast Spirit of Light. After a briefly clash with Lobomon, Gigasmon came across the other DigiDestined and attacked them, wounding Kazemon and stealing her Spirit of Wind. Before he could claim any more Spirits, however, Lobomon lured him away, only to have the Beast Spirit of Light be unlocked during their battle, which Koji was able to use to become KendoGarurumon. In the ensuing confrontation, the cliff Grumblemon was standing on was shattered, sending the villain tumbling into the ocean.
Emerging from the ocean not longer after, Grumblemon created a Golemon from the earth itself using a strange powder. He and his new minion then attacked the fortune telling festival, becoming Gigasmon when the combined attacks of the DigiDestined defeated Golemon. Once again, Gigasmon succeeded in claiming a Spirit, stealing Tommy’s Spirit of Ice, but was suddenly and quickly forced to flee by the abrupt appearance of BurningGreymon, who completely destroyed Golemon.
Takuya, however, was able to take control of BurningGreymon’s Beast Spirit of Flame, and once again found himself battling Gigasmon in the middle of the forest. With its added power, he was finally able to defeat Gigasmon and took the Beast Spirit of Earth for himself, robbing Gigasmon of his Beast form. Gizamon
Gigasmon first appears in “A Molehill Out Of A Mountain.” His voice is supplied by Derek Stephen Prince.
Name: “Gigas” is Latin for “giant.”
Group: Mammal - Level: Rookie - Type: Data - Attack Technique: Spiral Saw, Four-Leg Kick
A Gizamon was among the Digimon at the fortune telling festival. As seen in “A Hunka Hunka BurningGreymon.”
Name: From the Japanese word "gizagiza," meaning jagged.
Digimon Frontier episode #42
The DigiDestined arrive at the Village of BeginningsEnglish version written by Steve Blum
The DigiDestined arrive at the Village of Beginnings and pitch in helping Swanmon take care of the baby Digimon, who have not been taken to their homes because the Trailmon refuse to ride their routes with the Royal Knights on the loose. When the Knights arrive at the village, EmperorGreymon and MagnaGarurumon hold them off while Zoe convinces the Trailmon to take the babies to safety. Then, the Digi-Eggs belonging to Mecurymon, Ranamon, Arbormon and Grumblemon emerge and combine with their Spirits. The purified, formerly-evil warriors then unite with the DigiDestined to beat the Royal Knights back, but as they escape, they manage to scan the village.
Episode Trivia – The title of this episode is a parody of the Doctor Seuss book, “Green Eggs and Ham.”

Group: Evil – Level: Rookie – Type: Virus – Attack Techniques: Fire Ball, Goblin Strike
When Wind Factory Incorporated began to run low on energy, it's proprietor, Snimon, sent his Goblimon servants to capture a tribe of Kokuwamon from the nearby forest. Acting as jailers and slave-masters, the Goblimon harassed and scared the Kokuwamon to make them generate an electrical charge to power the factory, although when the DigiDestined visited, everything looked good on the surface until they came across the slum the Kokuwamon were held prisoner in. With the DigiDestined and the Kokuwamon then working together, the first small wave of Goblimon were easily overcome, but the next larger wave gave them trouble, until J.P. Spirit Evolved into Beetlemon for the first time and destroyed Snimon, forcing the Goblimon to flee.
Later, multiple Goblimon were present at the eating contest tent during the DigiDestined’s first visit to the Autumn Leaf Fair.
Goblimon first appear in "Ladies and Gentlemen: The Beetlemon." The lead Goblimon is voiced by Dave Mallow.
Name: From “goblin,” a mischievous, troublesome imp from folklore.

GolemonGroup: Rock - Level: Champion - Type: Virus - Attack Techniques: Sulphur Plume, Rock Punch, Rock Ball
Having been defeated in battle by KendoGarurumon, Grumblemon sought out a little more muscle for his next confrontation with the DigiDestined, using a strange powder to animate the very earth into the form of a Golemon. Together, Grumblemon and his new minion attacked the fortune telling festival the kids were visiting at the time, and although Golemon proved tough to start with, the combined power of the DigiDestined’s attacks defeated him and buried him in the ground. Things were then interrupted, however, by the sudden arrival of BurningGreymon – in actuality, Shamanmon, who had been possessed by the Beast Spirit of Fire – who turned on Grumblemon. Golemon attempted to defend his master by attacking from beneath the ground, only to be hauled into the air, blasted at point blank range and left to fall back to the ground, where he shattered, forcing his master to flee.
A short time later, when Grumblemon and Arbormon tracked the DigiDestined to an underwater cave containing a Whamon, who had previously been trapped there when Grumblemon had demolished part of the coastline. Grumblemon unleashed his powder again, creating a veritable army of (apparently weaker) Golemon, who Agunimon and Lobomon fended off, until Beetlemon and Kumamon joined the fray and removed all the Golemon save for the one Grumblemon was riding, who felled Beetlemon with his Sulphur Plume. At that point Whamon regurgitated the Beast Spirit of Thunder, which J.P. used to become MetalKabuterimon, obliterating the Golemon and Grumblemon in one shot.
Golemon first appears in “Can’t Keep a Grumblemon Down.” All the Golemon are performed by Michael McConnohie.
Name: From "golem," a magically-animated creature made of clay from Jewish folklore.
GomamonGroup: Sea Animal - Level: Rookie - Type: Vaccine - Attack Techniques: Marching Fishes, Claw Attack
While trapped out in the Digital World’s region of Water, the DigiDestined encountered a shoal of Gomamon, who warned the kids against attempting to swim off the island they were stranded on, due to the whirlpools surrounding the neighbouring island, which had cut them off from their home and friends. Zoe vowed to help the Gomamon get back to their island, and together, they and the kids constructed a raft to carry them out to sea, only for them to be attacked by Ranamon as they tried to. During the battle, Zoe discovered her Beast Spirit and became Zephyrmon, but when Ranamon became Calmaramon and got the better of her, the Gomamon and other kids hurled enough insults at her to distract her and allow Zephyrmon to get free, only for Calamramon’s Beast Spirit to run out of control and send her flying away. Using her wind powers, Zephyrmon stopped the whirlpools, allowing the Gomamon to return home.
Gomamon appear in “The Swiss Family Digimon.” The lead Gomamon is voiced by Joe Ochman – Robert Martin Klein did not reprise the role from seasons one and two as he had already performed quite a large number of roles in recent episodes.
Additionally, multiple Gomamon were in evidence during both the of DigiDestined’s visits to the Autumn Leaf Fair. As seen in “Bizarre Bazaar” and “All Aboard The Tag Team Express.”
Name: From “gomafuazarashi,” a breed of seal.
GotsumonGroup: Rock - Level: Rookie - Type: Data - Attack Techniques: Rock Fist, Crazy Crusher
Heading on ahead of the other DigiDestined kids with Bokomon and Neemon in tow, Koji encountered a Gotsumon who was attempting to locate a jewel that would allow him to unlock the power of the Beast Spirit of Light, which would give him the power to defend his village against the attacking Grumblemon. Koji pursued Gotsumon when he refused to tell them the way to the Forest Terminal, and then became Lobomon to battle Grumblemon, his heroism convincing Gotsumon to take him to safety when he lost the fight. Dismissing Koji’s warnings, Gotsumon set out to locate the jewel he required and succeeded, but rather than take the spirit for himself, he allowed Koji to put the jewel in place, freeing the Spirit and allowing him to become KendoGarurumon and defeat Grumblemon, although Gotsumon was able to play hero just a little bit, as he pulled Koji up from the edge of a cliff when the battle was done.
Some time later, when the Royal Knights began to ravage the Digital World, Gotsumon stepped forward to defend his village and the jewels against a horde of Knightmon in the Knights’ service. It looked like the end for him, however, until the DigiDestined arrived to help out. Unfortunately, while they were able to save Gotsumon, they were not able to prevent Dynasmon from shattering the jewels, unlocking the region’s Fractal Code and absorbing the data. Gotsumon insisted on accompanying the kids to the Forest Kingdom, where he helped MagnaGarurumon fight more Knightmon. When Crusadermon intervened, Gotsumon wished for the strength to help Koji fight, and Digivolved into Meteormon, felling the Knightmon with his Galactic Blast. Sadly, they were still unable to prevent the Knights from scanning the Forest Kingdom, and the injured Gotsumon refrained from journeying on any further with the DigiDestined.
Gotsumon first appears in “Can’t Keep a Grumblemon Down.” His voice is supplied by Robert Martin Klein.
Additionally, assorted other Gotsumon were present at the village where the DigiDestined met the KaratuskiNumemon, the fortune telling fair, and at the Autumn Leaf Fair on the kids’ return trip there. As seen in “A Molehill Out Of A Mountain,” “A Hunka Hunka Burning Greymon” and “All Aboard The Tag Team Express.” Furthermore, the Meteormon from "The Man In The Moon Is You" were incorrectly identified as Gotsumon.
Name: From the Japanese word, “gotsui,” meaning rough or tough.
Group: Insectoid – Level: Mega – Type: Virus – Attack Techniques: Dimension Scissors, Catastrophe
A GranKuwagamon was among the small group of Digimon that attempted to fight the Royal Knights while the DigiDestined evacuated the Autumn Leaf Fair. Going up against Crusadermon alongside a Gryphonmon and Pteramon, GranKuwagamon survived where his comrades fell when Crusadermon redirected their attacks back at them, only to be immediately destroyed by her Spiral Masquerade.
GranKuwagamon appears in “All Aboard The Tag Team Express.” His voice is supplied by Michael Sorich.
Name: “Gran” is short for “grand.” “Kuwaga” is from the Japanese word, “kawagatamushi,” meaning “stag beetle.”
GrizzmonGroup: Animal – Level: Champion – Type: Vaccine – Attack Techniques: Maul Attack, Crescent Moon
Grizzlymon is the second-in-command of the Beast-type Digimon on the Lost Island, first encountered by the DigiDestined when he led a team to defend the Beast settlement against an attack by Dinohyumon and the Human-type Digimon. Grizzlymon was then pleased to hear the Beast-types’ leader, HippoGryphomon, give the command to begin an official campaign against the Human-types.
Later, when attempting to separate his younger brother, Bearmon, from the Human Digimon, Kotemon, Grizzlymon clashed with Dinohyumon again in a fight that was soon halted by Takuya and Koji. Then, in preparation for the coming battle, Grizzlymon requested that Koji fight on their side, which he agreed to do as part of a plan to stop the two sides from fighting. Then, when J.P. and Zoe interrupted the conflict with the revelation that HippoGryphomon and the Human Digimon leader, D’Arcmon, were, in fact, the same being, Grizzlymon dismissed it as nonsense, until HippoGryphomon revealed the deception himself – both identities were alias of the villainous Murmuxmon, who had used them to pit the Human and Beast Digimon against each other in order to resurrect the ancient Digimon, Onismon. Grizzlymon then led the Beasts in an alliance with Dinohyumon and the Human Digimon, as they all combined their weapons to weaken Onismon, allowing AncientGreymon and AncientGarurumon to destroy him. Following the battle, Grizzlymon and Dinohyumon apologised to the DigiDestined for their actions, and thanked them for restoring peace to the island.
Grizzlymon appears in “Island of Lost Digimon, which is not in continuity with the series. His voice is supplied by Peter Spellos.
Name: Apparently from grizzly bear, even though he appears to be a wolf.
GrumblemonGroup: Evil – Level: Hybrid – Type: Variable – Attack Techniques: Seismic Sledge, Jack in the Box
Grumblemon is the Legendary Warrior of Earth, created through the Human Spirit of Earth, and is one of the five warriors in the service of Cherubimon. Overconfident, insulting and resentful of authority,  Grumblemon can fabricate stone mallets from the earth beneath his feet, and also possesses the Beast Spirit of Earth, allowing him to Slide Evolve into Gigasmon.
Previously made aware that the DigiDestined had acquired the Spirits of the Legendary Warriors by some Minomon minions, Grumblemon first came into contact with the children when he was attempting to locate the Fractal Code of the KaratsukiNumemon’s mountain. He had captured all their females in an attempt to ransom the location of the code from the rest of the KaratsukiNumemon, but then went looking for heroes to help them, and recruited the DigiDestined – save for Koji, who was operating on his own at the time and stumbled onto Grumblemon’s cave and the captive females, only to be blindsided by Grumblemon and thrown off the mountain. He soon teamed up with the other DigiDestined, only to have them reveal to the KaratsukiNumemon that they were Legendary Warriors, which led them to believe that they were in league with Grumblemon. Capturing them, the KaratsukiNumemon attempted to exchange them for the females, but Grumblemon had no interest in a trade and attempted to destroy the kids. Realising their mistake, the KaratsukiNumemon freed them, and in the battle that ensued, Grumblemon was sent tumbling down the mountain by Beetlemon’s Thunder Fist. However, the attack also exposed the mountain’s Fractal Code, and Grumblemon then stunned the kids by revealing his Beast Spirit and becoming Gigasmon. Distracted by this shocking turn of events, the kids were defeated, and Gigasmon consumed the Fractal Code, shattering the mountain and Grumblemon and Golemonscattering the DigiDestined.
When he next arose, Grumblemon was attacking a Gotsumon settlement in the Forest Kingdom, in search of a Spirit nearby. As Gigasmon, he defeated Lobomon in a brief battle, and then ran across the remaining DigiDestined, becoming Gigasmon again and thrashing them, stealing Zoe’s Spirit of Wind. Lobomon proceeded to lure him away, and in the course of the battle, the new Spirit was unlocked – the Beast Spirit of Light, which allowed Koji to become KendoGarurumon and defeat Gigasmon, knocking him off a cliff into the ocean.
Shortly, Grumblemon emerged from the waves, and used a strange powder to animate earth and rocks into a Golemon, with which he attacked the fortune telling festival that the DigiDestined were visiting, jeering the kids as they fought Golemon. However, once their combined might brought Golemon down, Grumblemon became Gigasmon again and claimed Tommy’s Spirit of Ice before being forced to flee by the sudden arrival of BurningGreymon – in actuality, Shamanmon, who had become possessed by the Beast Spirit of Flame. Takuya was able to save him and take the Spirit, leading to another clash with Grumblemon in the forest. Fighting to control the Spirit’s power, Takuya was eventually able to defeat Grumblemon, reclaiming Tommy’ Spirit and robbing Grumblemon of his Beast Spirit, but he recovered and escaped before Zoe’s Spirit could be saved.
Smarting from the defeat, Grumblemon returned to the headquarters of his fellow Cherubimon-allied Legendary Warriors, and – after a lambasting for his recent actions, running around on his own to try and improve his standing in Cherubimon’s eyes – led the group after the DigiDestined, eventually arriving at Seraphimon’s Grumblemon's Seismic Sledgecastle at the Forest Terminal. After a brief battle in which Seraphimon was regressed to a Digi-Egg, the DigiDestined escaped via an underwater tunnel, through which Grumblemon and Arbormon pursued them. Cornering them in an sub-oceanic cavern containing a stranded Whamon (trapped there when Grumblemon had previously absorbed a portion of the coastline), Grumblemon created a veritable army of Golemon, which the DigiDestined were able to smash through, allowing Beetlemon to take the fight directly to Grumblemon. Leaping to attack the kids, Grumblemon was struck down by Whamon’s Blasting Spout, which also unleashed J.P.’s Beast Spirit of Thunder, which Whamon has previously eaten. Using the Spirit, J.P. became MetalKabuterimon and destroyed Grumblemon, reclaiming Zoe’s Spirit, and taking Grumblemon’s for his own.
Grumblemon’s data was purified, freed from the corruption Cherubimon had wrought on it, and sent to the Village of Beginnings as a Digi-Egg. Much later in the DigiDestined’s adventures, when the Royal Knights threatened the Digital World, the kids faced these powerful foes at the Village of Beginnings, where the eggs of Grumblemon and the other formerly-evil Legendary Warriors rose up and combined with their Spirits, temporarily restoring them to life to help defend the village. Alas, although they helped repel the Knights, they were unable to stop them from scanning the village’s data. Grumblemon and the others faded away again, but the kids now knew they were no longer on the side of evil
When the time for the final confrontation with Lucemon came, the spirits of all ten warriors appeared to the kids, giving them the strength to fight on. With Lucemon’s Wild Mode defeated, Grumblemon and the other warrior spirits then manifested to deliver the final series of blows that destroyed his Larva Mode.
Grumblemon first appears in shadow in “Ladies and Gentlemen: The Beetlemon.” He first appears in full in the following episode, “A Molehill Out Of A Mountain.” His voice is supplied by Derek Stephen Prince.
Name: To “grumble” is to complain.
Group: Phantom Beast – Level: Mega – Type: Data – Attack Techniques: Solar Roar, Legendary Blade, Legendary Claw
A Gryphonmon was among the Digimon who attempt to fight the Royal Knights while the DigiDestined were busy evacuating the Autumn Leaf Fair. Gryphonmon attacked Crusadermon alongside a Pteramon and a GranKuwagamon, but met his end when she redirected GranKuwagamon’s Dimension Scissors at him, destroying him.
Gryphonmon appears in “All Aboard The Tag Team Express.” His voice is supplied by Dan Lorge.
Name: From “gryphon” (also spelled “griffin”), a mythical beast with the head, beak, wings and talons of an eagle, the body of a lion, and the tail of a snake.

Group: Micro - Level: In-Training - Attack Technique: Bubble Blow
Two Gummymon were among the Digimon in the crowd at the fortune telling festival. As seen in “A Hunka Hunka BurningGreymon.”
Name: From gummy, apparently in reference to the fact that he's... squidgy.