Digimental of Love
|Digimental of Love|
|Dub Name||DigiEgg of Love|
The Digimental of Love (愛情のデジメンタル, Aijou no Dejimentaru; Dub: DigiEgg of Love) is one of the Digimentals. It resembles the head armor of Holsmon, and is emblazoned with the Crest of Love. It has the attribute of "Wind", and those that don this Digimental soar through the skies and dance in the sky flapping their wings like a gust of wind. There are instances where its power is so immense, it cannot be controlled, converting into the power of hatred. Holsmon and Sethmon are thought to be the embodiments of the duality of love and hatred possessed by the Digimental.
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The Digimental of Love was discovered on an altar within a temple in ZT02, alongside the Digimental of Knowledge. When Inoue Miyako lifted the Digimental from its pedestal, Hawkmon was released and became her partner Digimon. Miyako then activated the Digimental for the first time, armor evolving Hawkmon into Holsmon.
Digimon Adventure 02: Digimon Hurricane Touchdown!! Supreme Evolution!! The Golden Digimentals
The Digimental of Love can be obtained for the Hawkmon Partner Card to be able to Armor Evolve it in-battle to Holsmon, being its first Digimental. It can be obtained from Motomiya Daisuke in Flame City's Battle Cafe after clearing its Battle Arena if Hawkmon was the first Partner Card chosen by the player or from Metal Greymon in Sage Tower's Battle Cafe after clearing its Battle Arena if it was the third Partner Card chosen by the player.
The Digimental of Love is an obtainable item which can be used to evolve:
- Patamon at Level 21+ with 100+ Speed into Pipismon
- Wormmon at Level 21+ with 110+ Spirit into Owlmon
Appears as a collectable card.
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Potential evolutions using this Digimental
- Armadimon → Pteranomon
- Hawkmon → Holsmon
- Patamon → Pipismon
- Peckmon → Pteranomon
- Piyomon → Kyukanchoumon
- Tailmon → Swanmon
- Tocanmon → Holsmon
- V-mon → Sethmon
- Wormmon → Owlmon
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