Agumon Hakase

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Name & Etymology

Attack Techniques[edit]

Name Translation Kanji/Kana Romanization Description
Hakase Bou [3]
[N 2]
Professor Hat ハカセボウ N/A Uses its hat to enchant itself with cleverness.
Hakase Bō [3]
[N 3]
Professor Rod ハカセボー N/A Uses its stick to persuade the enemy.
Baby Flame [3]
ベビーフレイム Bebī Fureimu Spits fire out of its mouth.
Surudoi Tsume [3] Sharp Claw するどいツメ N/A Uses its claws to rend the opponent.


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Video Games[edit]

Digimon Life[edit]

Digimon Collectors[edit]

Digimon Crusader[edit]

Digimon World Re:Digitize Decode[edit]

Agumon Hakase can only be obtained as a collectible card. Its card is part of the Agumon Eight (アグモンエイト Agumon Eito) set and the Digimon Professor (デジモン大学生 Dejimon Daigakusei) set.

Digimon Fortune[edit]

An icon of Agumon Hakase appears in the main menu.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth[edit]

Agumon Hakase is available as a Digimon Medal.

Digimon World -next 0rder-[edit]

Agumon Hakase is available as a Digimon Card.

Digimon World -next 0rder- International Edition[edit]

Agumon Hakase is available as a Digimon Card.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker's Memory[edit]

Agumon Hakase is available as a Digimon Medal.

Virtual Pets[edit]

Digivice iC 20X[edit]

In Digivice iC 20x, Agumon Hakase was listed as a Reptile type. It can evolve to all the Adult Digimon in this V-Pet.


Digimon Twin L & R[edit]

In Digimon Twin, Agumon Hakase was listed as a Child and as a Dinosaur type.

Digimon Pendulum Ver.20th[edit]


Image Gallery[edit]

Virtual Pets[edit]

Agumonhakase vpet dvic.gif Agumon Hakase vpet pen.gif
Digivice iC Digimon Pendulum Ver.20th

Additional Information[edit]

References Notes
  1. The Digimoji on its badge reads Dcde w.png (デ), possibly from デジモン (Digimon).
  2. The "bou" (帽) in Hakase Bou (博士帽) means hat and is a reference to a mortarboard/academic cap.
  3. The "bō" in Hakase Bō (博士棒) is homophonic to "bou" (棒) which in this case means rod; stick, probably written this way to distinguish between the two.