Betamon

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Attack Techniques[edit]

Name Translation Kanji/Kana Romanization Dub Description
Dengeki Biririn [2] Electric Shock 電撃ビリリン N/A Electric Shock Discharges an electric current emitted from its body that is over a million volts, striking the opponent.
Beta Slugger [4]
ベタスラッガー Beta Suraggā
Removes the sharp fin from its back and shoots it like a boomerang.
Cutter Fin [2]
カッターフィン Kattā Fin Beta Slugger/Fin Cutter Somersaults through the air while slicing at the foe.
Water Tower [5]
ウォータータワー Uōtā Tawā
Causes a geyser of water to erupt from underneath the foe.

Evolution[edit]

Evolves From[edit]

Evolves To[edit]

Appearances[edit]

Anime[edit]

Digimon Adventure[edit]

Betamon appears in the background at Digitamamon's restaurant in Oh Friend! Were Garurumon. He is seated at a table with Elecmon when the restaurant is full of customers.

Digimon Adventure 02[edit]

Betamon is the partner of Michael, one of the Chosen Children from America. Michael was singled out to become a Chosen Child when he saw Gorimon in New York at the same time as Vamdemon was invading Tokyo. In April 2001, he received his Digivice, and was transported to the Digital World, where he met Betamon. This Betamon can evolve to Seadramon.

Digimon Frontier[edit]

A Betamon is seen at Akiba Market.

Digimon Xros Wars: The Evil Death Generals and the Seven Kingdoms[edit]

Manga[edit]

C'mon Digimon[edit]

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

Video Games[edit]

Digital Monster Ver. S[edit]

Digimon World[edit]

Betamon appears as an obtainable Child-level Virus type Digimon in Digimon World.

Betamon is first found as a NPC in Tropical Jungle that may be easily mistaken as the Modoki Betamon, which its a common enemy lurking around the area, and Betamon is identified by having a darker color. By going to the Mangrove Region, located at the northeast of the Tropical Jungle that can be accessed by a small wooden bridge, Betamon is seen standing still, claiming that he lost his memories and that joining the city may help recover its memories, as he joins the city without any need of fighting. Betamon helps out Coelamon opening a small shop where the Player can buy useful items such as Recoveries or Meat. Betamon also brings some more merchandise such as Auto Pilots.

Once either Monochromon, Unimon, Patamon or Piyomon are recruited, they'll build an Item Shop, replacing Betamon and Coelamon's stands as the first is seen building a fountain where he now sits there.

Tanemon evolves into Betamon after 24 in-game hours have elapsed only if its Defense stat is higher as opposed to Palmon's Brains stat requirement. Betamon can also evolve into 8 different types of Digimon depending on the stats and Care Mistakes made:

  • Seadramon
  • Whamon
  • Shellmon
  • Coelamon
  • Numemon (When you do not meet requirements for any other evolutions and at least 4 days have elapsed).
  • Scumon (When its Poop meter is full).
  • Nanimon (When you scold it and it has zero happiness and discipline gauge).
  • Bakemon (Death Evolution. When it fights against another Digimon and loses a heart. This has a random 10% chance of happening so its reccomended to save before trying it).

Digital Monster Ver. WonderSwan[edit]

Digimon Adventure: Anode Tamer[edit]

Digimon World: Digital Card Battle[edit]

Digimon Adventure: Cathode Tamer[edit]

Digimon World 2[edit]

Betamon evolves into Dark Tyranomon (0-2 DP), Dark Lizamon (3-5 DP), or Tuskmon (6+ DP).

Digimon Adventure 02: Tag Tamers[edit]

Digimon Adventure 02: D1 Tamers[edit]

Digimon World: Digital Card Arena[edit]

Betamon appears as an opponent and an obtainable Blue Card.

Digimon Tamers: Battle Spirit[edit]

Digimon RPG[edit]

Digimon Story[edit]

Can be found in Data Forest. Can evolve to Seadramon if above level 13, or Scumon if above level 12 and qualities above 26. He also gives you a request mission to go see Etemon's concert live at Data Forest for him.

Digimon Story: Sunburst & Moonlight[edit]

Can be found at Angler Tunnel. Can evolve to Octmon if above level 21, defense 95, and Water EXP 550, or Gesomon if above level 21, attack 95, and Water EXP 550, or Rukamon if above level 17, spirit 100, and Water EXP 500.

Digimon Masters[edit]

Digimon Story: Lost Evolution[edit]

Digimon Life[edit]

Digimon Story: Super Xros Wars Blue & Red[edit]

Digimon Collectors[edit]

Digimon Crusader[edit]

Digimon Adventure[edit]

Digimon World Re:Digitize Decode[edit]

Digimon Fortune[edit]

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth[edit]

Digimon Soul Chaser[edit]

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

Digimon Linkz[edit]

Digimon ReArise[edit]

Virtual Pets[edit]

Digital Monster Ver. 1[edit]

Evolves from Koromon. Can evolve to Devimon, Meramon, Airdramon, Seadramon or Numemon.

D-3 Version 2[edit]

Betamon is an enemy Digimon in Area 01.

D-Ark Version 1.0/1.5[edit]

Betamon is an enemy Digimon in Area 1.

Digimon Mini Ver. 1.0[edit]

Evolves from Koromon. Can evolve to Garurumon, Seadramon or Numemon.

Digital Monster Ver.20th[edit]

TCG[edit]

Hyper Colosseum

St-286
St-287
Bo-111
Bo-424

Battle Spirits


Image Gallery[edit]

Betamon.jpg Betamon zukan.jpg Betamon art mini.gif Betamon art mini2.gif
Digimon Reference Book Digital Monster: Digimon Zukan Digimon Mini Digimon Mini
Betamon crusader.jpg Betamon cshm.jpg Betamon cshm2.jpg Betamon artbook 1.jpg
Digimon Crusader Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker's Memory Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker's Memory Digital Monster - Artbook Ver.1~5&20th
Betamon artbook 2.jpg Betamon artbook 3.jpg Betamon artbook 4.jpg Betamon artbook 5.jpg
Digital Monster - Artbook Ver.1~5&20th Digital Monster - Artbook Ver.1~5&20th Digital Monster - Artbook Ver.1~5&20th Digital Monster - Artbook Ver.1~5&20th
Betamon artbook lineart.jpg
Digital Monster - Artbook Ver.1~5&20th
(lineart)
Betamon illustcon.jpg
Entry for the Digimon Illustration Contest by Mucchi Tsubura (used on St-287)

Virtual Pets[edit]

Betamon vpet dm.gif Betamon vpet d3.gif
Digital Monster D-3

Additional Information[edit]

References Notes