|Burning Fist||||バーニングフィスト||Bāningu Fisuto||Burning Fist/Roaring Flame/Fireball||Flares up its arms and either punches the opponent or throws one or more fireballs. In Digimon Masters, flares up its entire body to burn the opponent.|
|Magma Bomb||||マグマボム||Maguma Bomu||Magma Bomb/Magma Blast||Emits magma rocks that rain upon its opponents, or throws one large, explosive rock.|
|Heat Wave||||ヒートウェーブ||Hīto Uēbu||Unleashes a wave of flames.|
|Heat Knuckle||||ヒートナックル||Hīto Nakkuru||Punches the enemy, sending heat through them.|
|Guren no Honō||||Crimson Flame||ぐれんの炎||N/A||Roaring Flame/Blazing Flames||Shoots fireballs at the opponent.|
- Agumon (2006 Anime Version)
- Agumon (Black)
- Agumon (X-Antibody)
- Any Child Flame Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Arena
- Any Child Flame Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Battle
- Any Child Red Digimon from the Battle Spirits Card Game
- Any Purple Lv.3 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Red Lv.3 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Guilmon (X-Antibody)
- Peti Meramon (with or without several Peti Meramon)
- Pico Devimon
- Toy Agumon
- Aero V-dramon (with Birdramon or V-dramon)
- Ancient Greymon (Ancient Evolution)
- Ancient Sphinxmon (Ancient Evolution)
- Andromon (with or without Revolmon)
- Anomalocarimon (with certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Any Perfect Flame Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Arena
- Any Perfect Flame Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Battle
- Any Perfect Red Digimon from the Battle Spirits Card Game
- Any Perfect Digimon that evolves from a Jogress in the Battle Spirits Card Game (with )
- Any Purple Lv.5 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Red Lv.5 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Asuramon (with or without Greymon or Leomon)
- Bastemon (with Youkomon)
- Beowolfmon (with Growmon)
- Big Mamemon (with or without Tankmon, Clockmon, or Thunderballmon)
- Black Megalo Growmon
- Cyberdramon (with Greymon)
- Blue Meramon
- Dagomon (with certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Dark Knightmon (with Porcupamon)
- Death Meramon
- Duramon (with Bao Hackmon)
- Fantomon (with Devimon or certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Garudamon (with or without V-dramon)
- Garudamon (X-Antibody) (with or without Gargomon)
- Gattai Ancient Volcamon (with Ancient Volcamon)
- Gerbemon (with Red Vegimon or Woodmon)
- Ginkakumon Promote
- Groundramon (with Coredramon (Blue) or Devidramon)
- Hangyomon (with certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Jyagamon (with certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Kaiser Leomon
- Lady Devimon (with or without Devimon)
- Lavogaritamon (with a Virus Attribute Adult Digimon from the Vital Bracelet Digital Monster)
- Marin Devimon
- Master Tyranomon (with a Vaccine or Free Attribute Adult Digimon from the Vital Bracelet Digital Monster)
- Megadramon (with or without Coredramon (Blue) or Coredramon (Green))
- Megalo Growmon
- Meramon (X-Antibody) (with X-Antibody)
- Metal Greymon (Virus)
- Metal Mamemon (with Igamon, Garurumon, Angemon, or Tailmon)
- Piccolomon (with certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Pumpmon (with certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Raiji Ludomon
- Rize Greymon (with Reppamon)
- Savior Hackmon (with Targetmon or Zubaeagermon)
- Skull Greymon
- Tonosama Gekomon (with certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Vamdemon (with or without Dokugumon)
- Vritramon (with or without Ancient Volcamon, Peti Meramon, and Blue Meramon)
- Waru Monzaemon (with Mechanorimon or Guardromon)
- Were Garurumon (with Hanumon or certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Whamon Perfect (with certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
Pulsemon and his Tamer face a Meramon in Digimon Identified Memory, finding it after climbing a mountain as part of an Adventure Mission. Another Meramon appears later on, about to fight a Death Meramon.
A Meramon data overlay appears alongside many other Digimon data overlays in VITAL BRACELET Lab after Palmon and her Tamer enter the eponymous lab. The latter pushes it and a Tyranomon overlay out of her way, revealing the former.
An unnamed child Meramon's fought Jousaki Shinichirou's Deathmon in a death battle in the 3D coliseum. Meramon attacked with Fire Fist, but said attack was easily destroyed by Deathmon's beam, which defeated Meramon as well. Shinichirou then took the kid's dock and shattered it under his foot, calling "death!" as he did so. Meramon's data would then be loaded onto Deathmon, allowing it to change into Death Meramon during its fight against Kamon Kentarou's Bun.
Meramon was the one responsible for turning the greenlands into a desert. However, he was not evil, but controlled by a Dark Digicore inserted in him by Barbamon. After attacking Sunflowmon's caravan, Tatsuno Tsurugi, Geo Greymon, Inui Yuu and Gaomon fight him, the latter evolving for the first time into Gaogamon during the fight, and together they manage to destroy the Dark Digicore and free him.
Meramon appears as an obtainable Adult-level Data type Digimon in Digimon World.
After you help out the Drimogemon in the Drill Tunnel, the Drimogemon will come across a big boulder that only your Digimon can push it away, reaching to the Lava Cave. At the deepest part of the Cave resides a Meramon that plans on erupting the volcano and destroying the File Island to end all sources of problems. However Meramon is halted by the Player and a battle starts. After Meramon is defeated it'll apologize for the trouble caused and will join the Village of Beginnings, working in the Restaurant, along with Tyranomon, Yukidarumon, Garurumon, Vademon and Digitamamon. If none of the aforementioned Digimon was recruited, Meramon will build the Restaurant. After Meramon is recruited, the blocked path to the Mount Panorama will now be open.
Agumon is the only Digimon that can evolve into Meramon, in order to evolve into Meramon, your Digimon must meet the following criteria:
- At least an 100 Offense stat requirement
- More than 5 Care Mistakes
- A Weight between 15 to 25g
- Bonus conditions: Battle more than ten times and have at least 28 different techniques mastered.
Meramon's Digivolution item is the Fireball which lets any Child Digimon evolve into Meramon.
Meramon has 4 possible evolutions depending on the stats and Care Mistakes made:
- Metal Greymon
- Scumon (When its Poop Gauge is full).
- Vademon (When you scold it when its age reaches 15 days old, though this has a 50% chance of happening).
Finishing Technique - Burning Fist:
Meramon lits its hands with fire, then releases various fireballs towards the enemy.
Meramon is an obtainable Adult level, Virus Attribute, Land Type Digimon. It can be found in Temple of Darkness - Right, Temple of Darkness - Left, Vamdemon's Mansion, Shrine of Evil - Left, Shrine of Evil - Right, and Millenniumon's Lair. One also fights alongside Piemon in his final battle.
Meramon is the first opponent of Flame City's Battle Arena. He uses the Hot! Deck, a Red/Flame deck with 3 attack, 1 defense and 2 evolution speed, which the game points out as being faster than you'd expect.
Meramon is also an obtainable Adult-level Red/Flame Card whose stats are:
- HP: 740
- DP: 30
- +P: 10
- Circle attack: 550
- Triangle attack: 300
- X attack: 220, Blue/Water Foe x3
- Support Ability: If Opponent's Speciality is Blue/Water, own attack power is tripled.
Meramon's attacks are Burning Fist, Magma Bomb and Heat Wave.
Meramon is a collectable red card with 11/10 stats.
Meramon is an obtainable evolution of Agumon.
Meramon is an obtainable Digimon which is evolved from Candmon, Guilmon, Hagurumon, or Pico Devimon, and can evolve to Blue Meramon, Lady Devimon, or Vamdemon. It can also be obtained as a collectible card. Its card is part of the Twin Flame (ツインフレイム Tsuin Fureimu) set.
Meramon appears in Episode 4, "Red Hot! Birdramon". It travels down from Outlook Mountain to the Pyocomon Village, screaming how it's burning which the Pyocomon consider out of character for him. Once Meramon finally descends, Agumon, Gabumon and Piyomon try to fight him, but he absorbs their fire attacks. Afterwards, Piyomon evolves into Birdramon.
Meramon is the fourth obligatory boss of the game, fighting the Chosen Children at the end of Episode 4, "Red Hot! Birdramon". For the battle, as in the anime, Piyomon will evolve for the first time into Birdramon for no SP cost and remain in the form for the battle. Meramon returns some damage through Revenge every time he's hit and can deal higher damage to one party Digimon with Burning Fist or deal multiple hits to all the party with Heat Wave.
After Meramon is defeated, the Black Gear leaves his body, and the Chosen Children realize that it was the cause of Meramon's berserk state. Afterwards, he shows no memory of what happened since the Black Gear entered his body, and the Pyocomon accept him once again as their guardian.
Leomon, Mojyamon, Yukidarumon, Meramon, Elecmon and Centalmon offered to help the Chosen Children reach Server Continent in Episode 19, "Departure - to a New Continent!". The Chosen Children found Meramon and Yukidarumon deep into the forest, arguing on who was the rightful owner of a DigiPiece Yukidarumon found, but Meramon called dibs on due to climbing the tree where it originally was. They then forced Yagami Taichi to decide who should keep it. Regardless of who Taichi chooses, they decide to give the DigiPiece to him, but said DigiPiece changes due to their holder. If Meramon is chosen, Taichi will recieve an ATK Boost III DigiPiece, while if Yukidarumon is chosen, Taichi will recieve a DEF Boost III DigiPiece instead. If talked to again, Yukidarumon complains about the climate being too hot, while Meramon thinks it's colder than usual instead, which makes Taichi think that being differently-typed Digimon must be hard.
Another Meramon was one of the DigiOne Grand Prix contestants that the Chosen Children met outside the Colosseum in Sub-Episode 10, "DigiOne Grand Prix", and the only one the Chosen Children could interact with. He told them he had been training for a year for the event and was sure he would win. The Chosen Children fight him as the final battle of the DigiOne Grand Prix, alongside a Yukidarumon and an Elecmon, where he uses the same moves as the previous boss Meramon and can also use Revenge.
Taichi and Koromon see a Meramon in the news in the Real World in Episode 25, "Koromon, the Great Clash in Tokyo!", apparently the cause of a lack of rains in Southeast Asia.
A Meramon appeared inside the Tower in Sub-Episode 16, "Snowglobe", which happens after Episode 44, "Pump and Gottsu are Shibuya-type Digimon". He stopped Taichi from buying a snowglobe. Taichi realized was not the Meramon they had met at Pyocomon Village. The Meramon was mad at how cold it was inside the Tower and was ready to hurt people, so Taichi and Agumon went to stop him.
This Meramon is the final boss of Sub-Episode 16, "Snowglobe". He's identical to the previous Meramon fight, if significantly stronger.
After the fight, Meramon apologized, as it was so hot outside that he let the heat get to his head. Agumon asked him to be careful as this wasn't the Digital World. Taichi then realized the snowglobe had broken, and Meramon gave him a Skill Guard DigiPiece, which lowers the chance of Skill Seal on the equipped Digimon, as an apology.
Meramon is an enemy Digimon in Area 02 and 03.
Meramon is an enemy Digimon.
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