|Baby Flame||||ベビーフレイム||Bebī Fureimu||Pepper Breath, Pepper Flame||Spits a fiery breath from its mouth to attack the opponent.|
|Spitfire||||スピットファイア||Supittofaia||Spirit Fire||Spits out fireballs.|
|Cross Fight||||クロスファイト||Kurosu Faito||Cross Fire, Claw Attack||Viciously bites the enemy.|
|Surudoi Tsume||||Sharp Claws||するどいツメ||N/A||Claw Attack, Sharp Claws||Attacks with its claws.|
|Sharp Nail||||シャープネイル||Shāpu Neiru||Sharp Nails||Attacks with its claws.|
|Baby Burner||[N 1]||ベビーバーナー||Bebī Bānā||Spitfire Blast||Accumulates Baby Flame in its mouth and then spits it out all at once as a much more powerful blast.|
|Triple Baby Flame||||トリプルベビーフレイム||Toripuru Bebī Fureimu||Triple Bird Flame||Rapidly fires three different Baby Flames in three different directions.|
|Battle Hawk||[N 2]||バトルホーク||Batoru Hōku||Brandishes an axe made of Chrome Digizoid.|
|Kūchū Baby Flame||||Aerial Baby Flame||空中ベビーフレイム||Kūchū Bebī Fureimu||Aerial Pepper Breath||The Baby Flame unleashed while airborne.|
|Mach Jab||||マッハジャブ||Mahha Jabu||Claw Attack, Mach Jab||Rapidly jabs or slashes the opponent with the claws of both hands.|
|Mach Jab Combo||||マッハジャブコンボ||Mahha Jabu Konbo||Rushes the enemy with many rapid slashes with the claws of both hands.|
|Dynamite Kick||||ダイナマイトキック||Dainamaito Kikku||A flurry of kicks in midair.|
|Uppercut||||アッパーカット||Appākatto||Claw Uppercut, Wildfire Uppercut||A flaming uppercut with its claws.|
|Agumon Dive||||N/A||Jumps at the enemy and slams its claws down on them.|
|Wild Whip||||N/A||Hits the enemy with an upward swing of both hands.|
|Final Claw||||N/A||Jumps and slashes a falling enemy with the claws of both hands.|
|Splash Kick||||N/A||Flips forward, kicking the enemy.|
|Aerial Mach Jab||||N/A||Rapidly jabs the enemy with its claws while both Digimon are in midair.|
- Algomon (Baby II)
- Any Black Lv.2 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Green Lv.2 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Red Lv.2 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Yellow Lv.2 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Shoutmon (with Starmons)
- Agnimon (with or without the Human Spirit of Fire or Coronamon)
- Agumon (Black) (X-Antibody)
- Agumon (X-Antibody) (with or without the X-Antibody)
- Agumon -Yuki no Kizuna-
- Algomon (Adult)
- Any Adult Flame Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Arena
- Any Adult Flame Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Battle
- Any Armor Digimon from the Battle Spirits Card Game
- Any Black Lv.4 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Digimon that also Evolves from Black Lv.3 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Digimon that also Evolves from Green Lv.3 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Digimon that also Evolves from Red Lv.3 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Digimon that also Evolves from Yellow Lv.3 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Green Lv.4 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Purple Adult Digimon from the Battle Spirits Card Game
- Any Red Adult Digimon from the Battle Spirits Card Game
- Any Red Lv.4 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Yellow Lv.4 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Bakemon (with Death Evolution)
- Black War Greymon (Warp Evolution)
- Blitz Greymon (Warp Evolution)
- Dark Tyranomon
- Dinorexmon (Warp Evolution)
- Flare Lizamon
- Geo Greymon
- Greymon (with or without Gabumon)
- Greymon (Blue)
- Greymon (X-Antibody)
- Growmon (Orange)
- Ice Devimon
- Kyubimon (Silver)
- Leomon (X-Antibody)
- Megadramon (Warp Evolution)
- Metal Greymon (Warp Evolution)
- Metal Greymon (Virus) (Warp Evolution)
- Mugendramon (Warp Evolution)
- Omegamon (Warp Evolution)[N 3] (with or without Gabumon or Invisible Connection)
- Omegamon (X-Antibody) (with Gabumon, Were Garurumon, and Metal Greymon)
- Omekamon (with or without certain Digimon from the Digimon Card Game)
- Seadramon (X-Antibody)
- Shoutmon (with Coronamon and V-mon)
- Shoutmon X7: Superior Mode (with Every Digimon from the Digital World)
- Triceramon (Warp Evolution)
- Vritramon 
- War Greymon (Warp Evolution) (with or without Koromon, Greymon and Metal Greymon)
- Yuki Agumon
Agumon is the evolved form of Koromon, the Digimon that hatched from Yagami Hikari's Digitama. This Agumon, which was much bigger than usual, broke out of Hikari and Taichi's bedroom and took Hikari on a ride around Hikarigaoka. When Parrotmon appears, Agumon starts fighting with it and evolves to Greymon.
Agumon is the partner Digimon of Yagami Taichi. Koromon evolves into Agumon for the first time in "Adrift? The Island of Adventure!" to fight Kuwagamon, and Agumon remains his default form for the rest of the Adventure continuity.
In "The Name's Dukemon! The True Ultimate Evolution", an Agumon action figure can be seen in Takato's room during a flashback.
In "The Mysterious Girl! The Bringer of Miracles, Dobermon", Agumon is one of the Digimon designs drawn by a young Keith McCoy in a video played in a news interview with his father, Rob McCoy.
When the Chosen Children visit Akiba Market in "Blizzarmon, Blow the Snow, Call the Glaciers!" and "The Jumbled Data Plan! Defend Akiba Market", some Agumon appear in the background as residents of the town.
A trio of Agumon comprise one of the DigiMemories from the set that Taiki finds in Island Zone. Taiki uses their DigiMemory in "Fierce General Tactimon, Close In!" to hold off Ancient Volcamon, but their Triple Baby Flame doesn't have much of an effect on it. These Agumon are brought back to life along with all of the DigiMemories in "Glorious DigiXros, Seize it! Our Future!!", and are part of the Final Xros to form Shoutmon X7 Superior Mode.
In "Clash!? Gatchmon VS Agumon!", Shinkai Haru's Agumon from his old "Digimon Universe" save file tries to stop the video game characters that Uratekumon has hypnotized and return them to their games of origin. He assists Haru and Gatchmon in fighting off the hypnotized final bosses that Uratekumon sends against them, and its friendship with Haru allows it to Warp Evolve to War Greymon.
The Botamon that Taichi saved in "The Crest of Courage", during Valkyrimon's test, evolved into Koromon, Agumon and Greymon in a row after Taichi tried to save him from a group of Allomon. After the battle, it returned to its previous forms.
An Agumon statue appears in "The Mystery of the Museum"
In NEW DIGITAL MONSTER BEGINS, Agumon and his Tamer fight Pulsemon and his Tamer in a Battle Arena. They first rush at each other, bouncing off off each other, followed by Agumon shooting Pulsemon with several Baby Flames, only for Pulsemon to dodge them with lightning speed. He then counters with his own Petit Impulse, and both attacks explode against each other, knocking Pulsemon down. Both Pulsemon and his Tamer feel the pain of the blow in their chest, as Agumon's Tamer confidently smiles at them, rising up his Vital Bracelet, with a blue EVOLUTION! ring appearing around him. Agumon then evolves into Greymon and roars.
While a proper Agumon never appears again in the series, it has several cameos in following episodes. In Digimon Identified Memory, the Agumon Dim Card appears as one of the Dim Cards owned by Greymon's Tamer, said Dim Card shows Agumon as its illustration; and Pulsemon's Tamer is shown to possess an Agumon plushie alongside a Gabumon one. In VITAL BRACELET LAB, during one Palmon and her Tamer's sessions in the Lab, the evolution chart from the Agumon Dim Card is shown, with one of the unlocked Digimon in it being Agumon itself.
In "Reversal Combination", a large number of Agumon are being trained by Leo in the courtyard of Holy Angel Castle. By "Future Potential", three of these Agumon have evolved into Centalmon, Meramon, and Greymon, and are working in Hospitown as its protectors.
One Agumon is in the crowd when Tsurugi enters the battle arena.
Agumon finds himself alongside his partner, Yagami Taichi, in the V-Tamer Digital World at the start of New Courage after being surrounded by a bright light. He then fights alongside Zeromaru to protect that Digital World from the polyhedron and the Virus Digimon it spawns.
Several Agumon are inhabitants of Asunaro Village. In "Indoor Tamer・Ritsu", an Agumon, a Koromon, a Chicomon, a Jyarimon and a Poromon played around in Asunaro Village. Meanwhile, Kodou Ritsu ate and drank from a stall managed by an Agumon and a Burgamon.
A Chicomon, a Koromon, an Agumon, an Upamon, a Poyomon and a Tokomon admired Ritsu as Pulsemon took him to Tanemon's meat field in "Asunaro Meat". Over at the meat field, Tanemon confirmed that they had succeded at selectively growing meat, while Ritsu was shocked at seeing a field of meat, which was also observed by other Digimon from the village: on one side, two Agumon, a Penmon, a Mochimon, a Tunomon, a Koromon; on the other, a Chicomon, a Betamon, a Tokomon, a third Agumon, and a Poyomon. Patamon explained that Tanemon worked hard to grow the best meat possible, and a hungry Pulsemon jumped at the meat, but Tanemon glued his feet to the ground with their Nenchakusei no Awa, as the meat was not yet ready. To cook it, an Agumon started a fire while Ritsu, Patamon, Bokomon and a Chicomon observed. After the meat was cooked, Pulsemon, Patamon, Bokomon, two Agumon, a Koromon and a Jyarimon kept eating it while exclaiming how Tanemon's meat was the best, which Tanemon found creepy as it sounded like they were eating Tanemon, so they instead offered to call it Asunaro Meat, which got Pulsemon to point out that Tanemon's meat was Asunaro Meat, which Tanemon didn't like.
In "Orgemon Invasion", Orgemon ate a big plate of Asunaro Meat, which Koemon handled, while Tanemon, Tokomon, Punimon, two Koromon, Chicomon, Poyomon, Penmon, two Agumon and Mochimon stared at them in fear. Orgemon proceeded to take the meat with him, but Tanemon tried to stop him, as the meat was made for the Digimon of the village so they'd grow strong and evolve. Orgemon easily flicked Tanemon away, and then the two Agumon, a Koromon, a Mochimon, a Chicomon, a Poyomon, a Bubbmon and a Tokomon gathered around them, trying to protect them even while terrified. Orgemon looked at them and realized that only a few of them had evolved at all, with Koemon explaining that a curse on the village prevented them from evolving. Orgemon then returned to eating the Asunaro Meat while assuring them that he'd evolve for them, with Tanemon crying due to that, however, he was stopped by a kick to the top of his head from Pulsemon, who declared that he'd keep Asunaro Village's meat safe to both Orgemon and Koemon, and the Digimon that had tried to defend Tanemon, who happily cried at his arrival. Orgemon was angry at Pulsemon, and only got more mad after the latter misunderstood his comment, so he went and punched Pulsemon in the head. Ritsu, Bokomon, Patamon, and the Digimon of Asunaro Village screamed at Pulsemon who had apparently been knocked out with a single blow, and Orgemon pointed out that, as a warrior, he made it a point not to go easy on anyone and they should not think badly of him, then tried to leave, only to stop in shock as Pulsemon got back up.
Their fight continued in "The Pulse of Evolution", where Orgemon hit Pulsemon with his Haouken, leaving him badly beaten on the ground as Ritsu, Bokomon, Patamon, Tanemon, Mochimon, Bubbmon, Chicomon, a Koromon, Poyomon and an Agumon watched them. Orgemon praised Pulsemon for making him use his Haouken, but blamed his loss on being just a Child, born in a village where no one can evolve, with Ritsu accepting that Orgemon being an Adult-level gave him too much of an advantage.
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Agumon is the partner of Yagami Taichi. Although Taichi doesn't appear, Agumon helps the Chosen Children solve the problem in Odaiba playing the role of the Yellow Dragon, Huanglongmon of the Four Holy Beasts.
Agumon appears as an obtainable Child-level Vaccine type Digimon in Digimon World. When the player starts the game, he's asked by Jijimon two questions, and if his answers are "Yes" or "Day", the player will receive an Agumon as his first Digimon, otherwise if his answers are "No" or "Night", the player will receive a Gabumon instead.
An Agumon NPC serves as the Player's first opponent they have to fight against. Once the Player enters Unwavering Forest, Agumon will chase the Player to battle them and, after it is defeated, will join the Village of Beginnings, building and managing an Item Bank, useful to store valuable items.
Several Agumon also work for Orgemon as members of the "Bandits" that the Player has to defeat, as he's assaulted by some in the Great Canyon and are found lurking and guarding the Ogre Fortress. After the Player defeats Orgemon for the first time, the gang of Agumon will decrease by two, and finally separate from their boss when it quits its crimes to patrol the city.
Koromon evolves into Agumon after 24 in-game hours have elapsed only if its HP, MP and Offense stats are higher as opposed to Gabumon's Defense, Speed and Brains stat requirements. Agumon can also evolve into 10 different types of Digimon depending on its stats and Care Mistakes made:
- Bakemon (Death Evolution. After it loses one life from fighting another Digimon. This has a random 10% chance of happening).
- Numemon (When it does not meet requirements for any other evolutions and at least 4 days have elapsed).
- Scumon (When its Poop meter is full).
- Nanimon (Being scolded when it has zero happiness and discipline gauge).
Finishing Technique - Baby Flame:
Agumon spits out a fiery breath against the enemy, burning them.
It is a Child level, Vaccine Attribute, Land Type Digimon. Naturally, if Agumon battles with any Chosen Children Digimon (Gabumon, Piyomon, Tentomon, Palmon, Gomamon, Patamon, or Tailmon), it can learn Variable Techs of Greymon (Mega Flame), Metal Greymon (Giga Destroyer, if it learns Greymon's), and War Greymon (Gaia Force, if it learns Metal Greymon's), as well as other Chosen Children Digimon's Variable Techs.
Agumon is the first opponent in the Unwavering Forest and can be challenged only once. Another Agumon leads its own crowd in the Gear Savannah and can be challenged multiple times after finishing their quest.
Agumon is also an obtainable Level III (Child) Flame Digimon card with 0 POW, +20 P, 570 HP, 380 Circle, 200 Triangle, 120 Cross with "Circle to 0" attack. Its Support Effect increases the player's Digimon's Circle attack by +300.
Agumon is the mascot of the Silver Cross Guard Tamer team and becomes Akira's first Digimon if he chooses to join them. It can evolve into Greymon regardless of its JP (Jogress Points). Its technique, Baby Flame, costs 8 MP and is a single-enemy Fire attribute attack.
Agumon is an obtainable Digimon by clearing a certain Dungeon only for the first time.
Agumon is the first opponent in Beginner City's Battle Arena, and thus the first opponent you must fight as Betamon is optional. He uses the Original 3 Colors Deck, "an easy-to-use Deck with three colors", in this case Red/Flame, Blue/Water and Green/Nature, with 2 attack, 1 defense and 1 speed.
The same Agumon evolves into high-leveled Digimon in the certain places.
- Metal Greymon appears as the last opponent in Sage Tower's Battle Arena and Battle Cafe.
- Greymon appears in Beginner City's Battle Arena and Battle Cafe.
- War Greymon appears as the last opponent in the second-to-last Sage Tower's Battle Arena and Beginner City's Battle Arena and Battle Cafe.
- Omegamon appears as the last opponent in the last Sage Tower's Battle Arena and Battle Cafe.
Agumon is also an obtainable Level III (Child) Red/Flame Digimon card with 0 POW, +20 P, 570 HP, 380 Circle, 200 Triangle, 120 Cross with "Circle to 0" attack. Its Support Effect increases the player's Digimon's Circle attack by +300. Its attacks are Baby Flame, Spitfire and Cross Fight.
Agumon is a unlockable Digimon. He can evolve to War Greymon.
Agumon is Yagami Taichi's Partner Digimon and joins as the playable Digimon once the player defeats Etemon. In this case, Agumon and V-mon are the only possible choices available for helping a Tamer throughout the timeline.
Agumon evolves to Greymon at level 11, who evolves to Metal Greymon at level 21, who further evolves to War Greymon at level 31, who further evolves by Jogress with Metal Garurumon to become Omegamon.
Agumon is an obtainable partner Digimon. It is available in the Offensive Pack (along with Renamon or Koemon), or can be obtained by giving an Agumon DDNA obtained from Metal Greymon in the Asuka Server's Bulk Swamp to the Professor at the Digimon Lab.
Agumon is also a collectible card, which belongs to Red Attribute with free S-Energy Cost and 5 AP / 3 HP.
Agumon is an obtainable Digimon, which can evolve to Greymon.
Agumon is a playable Digimon.
Agumon is a playable Digimon. Its Evolution Chart as follows:
- Normal Mode:
- Hard Mode:
- Clavis Angemon: Clear the quest Undead Yard.
- Beelzebumon (X-Antibody): Clear the quest Item Road.
- Alphamon: Finish the quest Card Retrieve with 1 HP remaining.
- Metal Garurumon (X-Antibody): Finish the quest Item Retrieve with 1 Sword Cannon Delta.
- Were Garurumon (X-Antibody): Finish the quest Seal the Souls with 10 minutes left.
- Black War Greymon (X-Antibody): Clear the quest Wamu Plataform.
- Very Hard Mode:
- Imperialdramon: Fighter Mode: Finish the quest Card Retrieve with 1 HP remaining.
- Dukemon: Crimson Mode: Finish the quest Item Retrieve with 1 Blaster Gun Gama.
- Susanoomon: Finish the quest Seal the Souls and sacrifice a Defense Rom Delta in only 10 minutes.
- Imperialdramon: Paladin Mode: Clear the quest Wamu Plataform.
- DORUmon: Obtained by reaching level 16.
Agumon is a Child-level Digimon with Vaccine Attribute, its Elemental Attribute is Fire, it is a short attacker, and its families are Nature Sprits, Virus Busters and Unknown. Its skills are:
- Sharp Claws: Inflicts 70 to 112 fire-attribute damage with 1 sec cooldown, consuming 5 DS. Obtained at level 1.
- Baby Flame: Inflicts 346 to 402 fire-attribute damage with 6 sec cooldown, consuming 21 DS. Obtained at level 6.
It isn't found anywhere.
In order to obtain its Digitama, you must buy it from the Cash Shop, Kamemon's Digicore Shop; or defeat Greymon in Western Area: East or Server Continent Desert until it drops the Digitama. Hatching Agumon requires 5 to 15 Dragon Chips.
Agumon is an obtainable Digimon which is evolved from Koromon, and can evolve to Angemon, Geo Greymon, Greymon, or Growmon. It can also be obtained as a collectible card. Its card is part of the Agumon Evolution (アグモン進化 Agumon Shinka) set.
Agumon is a Dragon-race and Common Digimon.
Stats: Attack: 38-79, Defense: 30-52, HP: 53-82, Support: 28-55, Max Lv: 10
Skills: Main Skill - Inflict a small amount of damage to one enemy. (Turns 4) Leader Skill - Restores a small portion of your HP. (Turns 5)
It evolves into Greymon, requires Lv.5 Dragon and Lv.2 Knight Digimon, and 5 Small Red Capacitors, and maximum level.
Agumon is Yagami Taichi's Partner Digimon. He first evolves into this form from Koromon in "Adrift? Island of Adventure!" before fighting Kuwagamon, and stays in this form as his base afterwards. Agumon is a playable character, whose attacks are:
- Baby Flame: deals damage to one enemy. Costs 6 SP.
- Spitfire: deals multiple hits to one enemy. Costs 4 SP.
- Surudoi Tsume: deals damage to one enemy. Costs 2 SP.
As the player progresses through the game, Agumon gains the ability to evolve in-battle into Greymon (in Episode 2, "Explosive Evolution! Greymon"), Metal Greymon (in Episode 24, "Perfect Evolution! Metal Greymon"), War Greymon and Omegamon.
In Episode 34, "Mammon, the Great Clash at Hikarigaoka!", Taichi remembered the events of what was thought to be a terrorist attack in Hikarigaoka four years ago, when he and Yagami Hikari watched a Koromon, who was now a gigantic Greymon, fighting a Parrotmon, and how Greymon was beaten by Parrotmon, but Taichi got him back to his senses using Hikari's whistle. Taichi then remembered the rest of that day, how a Koromon appeared at their house, and that Koromon evolved into Agumon and Greymon and fought Parrotmon, then they both disappeared. Taichi's own Koromon thought that had to be a different Koromon, though he felt nostalgic when he met Taichi for the first time.
Agumon is an obtainable Digimon which is evolved from Gigimon or Koromon, and can evolve to Angemon, Birdramon, Geo Greymon, Greymon, or Tyranomon. It can also be obtained as a collectible card. Its card is part of the Agumon Evolution (アグモン進化 Agumon Shinka) set.
Agumon can be encountered in Digital Space 11. There are special DLC versions wearing the outfits of Aiba Ami, Aiba Takumi, Yagami Taichi, and a Tower Records employee. It is also available as a Digimon Medal.
Agumon evolves from Koromon at level 9 with 30 ATK and 10% CAM. It can evolve into Geo Greymon at level 15 with 150 HP and 50 ATK; Greymon at level 16 with 55 ATK and 50% CAM; Meramon at level 14 with 40 ATK; Tyranomon at level 14 with 150 HP and 40 ATK; or Scumon at level 12 with 150 HP and 40 DEF.
Agumon is an obtainable Digimon from the beginning of the game by selecting a Digitama which hatches Botamon. Agumon evolves from Koromon, and can evolve to Greymon, Tyranomon, Meramon, or Greymon (Blue).
Futhermore, there is also an NPC Agumon living in Oghuino wasteland that can be recruited for the city. One must battle him in order to access this area and will join the city upon defeat. Thereafter, he can be found in the central district but he doesn't provide any kind of service. Should the player set a festival (upgrading the central plaza at the bilder), Agumon will take part on it and sell various items until the end of the season.
Agumon is an obtainable Digimon from the beginning of the game by selecting a Digitama which hatches Botamon. Agumon evolves from Koromon, and can evolve to Greymon, Tyranomon, Meramon, or Greymon (Blue).
Agumon evolves from Koromon at level 9 with 30 ATK and 10% CAM. It can evolve into Greymon at level 16 with 55 ATK and 50% CAM; Geo Greymon at level 15 with 150 HP and 50 ATK; Scumon at level 12 with 150 HP and 40 DEF; Tyranomon at level 14 with 150 HP and 40 ATK; Meramon at level 14 with 40 ATK; or Agnimon at level 15 with 150 HP and 50 ATK with Human Spirit of Fire.
It is also available as a Digimon Medal.
Agumon is an enemy Digimon in Area 1 and 2.
If Nature Spirits version is linked to both Deep Savers and Nightmare Soldiers versions, an Agumon route is added to all versions, and it can be raised to Agumon -Yuki no Kizuna-.
Agumon can be summoned in the Arcade component of the game by a special 20th Anniversary card.
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