|Lovely Attack||||ラブリーアタック||Raburī Atakku||Lovely Attack/Hearts Attack/Virus Attack||Shoots hearts that that can incapacitate the opponent or make them happy.|
|Boom Boom Punch||||ブンブンパンチ/ぶんぶんパンチ||Bun Bun Panchi||Bang Bang Punch/Gyral Punch||Punches with a glowing paw, or smacks an enemy multiple times with both paws.|
|Silence Hug||||サイレンスハッグ||Sairensu Haggu||Silent Bear Hug/Silent Hug||Grabs the foe with both paws.|
|Love Song||||ラブソング||Rabu Songu||Charms the enemy with a song filled with love.|
|Lovely Charm||||ラブリーチャーム||Raburī Chāmu||Similar to Lovely Attack, it radiates hearts that soothe the enemy, weakening their attacks.|
|Ai no Houkou||||Hug of Love||愛の抱擁||N/A||Hug||Heals someone with a loving hug.|
|Mekara Beam||||Eye Beam||目からビーム||Mekara Bīmu||Shoots lasers from its eyes.|
- Any Adult Rarity Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Arena
- Any Adult Rarity Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Battle
- Any Blue Lv.4 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Adult White Digimon from the Battle Spirits Card Game
- Black Growmon
- Hanumon (with Numemon and Scumon)
- Karatuki Numemon (Burst Evolution)
- Monodramon (Warp Evolution)
- Numemon (with or without Scumon and Hanumon)
- Scumon (with Numemon and Hanumon)
- Siesamon (with Starmon or Yukidarumon)
- Starmon (with or without Yukidarumon or Siesamon)
- Yukidarumon (with or without Siesamon or Starmon)
- Any Blue Lv.6 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Babamon (with or without any Perfect Digimon)
- Bancho Leomon
- Cherubimon (Virtue) (with Prairiemon or Andiramon (Deva), Piccolomon, and Rapidmon (Perfect))
- Deathmon (with Pandamon or Digitamamon)
- Giga Waru Monzaemon (with Waru Monzaemon)
- Gold Numemon (Ultimate)
- Holydramon (with Jyagamon)
- Imperialdramon: Dragon Mode (Black)
- Jumbo Gamemon
- Lilithmon[N 1]
- Marin Angemon (with Superstarmon)
- Metal Etemon
- Minervamon(with or without Lilimon, Andiramon (Deva) and Pandamon)
- Monzaemon (X-Antibody) (with X-Antibody)
- Mugendramon (with or without Andromon)
- Pinochimon (with Waru Monzaemon)
- Platinum Numemon
- Plesiomon (with Whamon Perfect)
- Saber Leomon
- War Greymon (with Cyberdramon)
- Waru Monzaemon (with or without Pandamon)
- Were Garurumon: Sagittarius Mode
After traveling through the sewers, the Chosen Children are ambushed by an army of Numemon. The Chosen Children all run off in different directions. Mimi and Palmon are hiding behind a grassy ridge, when Monzaemon emerges from the top. Palmon tells Mimi that he is a friendly Digimon. But, to their surprise, they find themselves running away from him as he tries to attacks them.
They are chased into Toy Town, where they find that all of the remaining Chosen Children are being played with by toys. The two then hear cries of help, and find that the other Digimon have been imprisoned in a toy chest by Monzaemon, who is under the control of a Black Gear.
Mimi and Palmon face up to Monzaemon. Mimi's Digivice begins to glow as Palmon begins evolving into Togemon. With a few 'Prickly Bang Bangs' and a couple of 'Coconuts Punches', Togemon destroys the Black Gear located in Monzaemon's back. Togemon devolves back to Palmon and is pleased to hear that Monzaemon will release all of the Digimon and Chosen Children.
To show his gratitude for freeing him, he uses his Lovely Attack to surround them in red hearts that give off a warm feeling.
When Takuya, Kouji and Tomoki land on a floating island called Toy Town (which is literally what it is as it is filled with toys and sweets and rides) they encounter a Monzaemon who was an inhabitant of the floating fun island while riding on a large toy train looking for the Forest Terminal. They see Monzaemon and run to him to ask him where the Forest Terminal is at but he thinks they want to play wrestle and he throws Takuya down, then helps him back up. Monzeamon says he wants to wrestle and Tomoki agrees but Takuya and Kouji are freaked out and grab Tomoki and run away. Monzaemon chases them thinking it's a game but they hide in a viking ship amusement ride.
A virus Toy Agumon orders Monzaemon to defeat them, but Monzaemon says he doesn't want to. Angered, the Toy Agumon transformed Monzaemon into Waru Monzaemon who captures Tomoki. But while he is holding Tomoki captive, Tomoki is able to remind Monzaemon of who he was, causing him to return to normal, much to the surprise of Takuya and Kouji who came to rescue him.
(The Monzaemon in Digimon Adventure was much larger then the one seen in Digimon Frontier who was slightly taller than Takuya and Kouji by about a head.)
Monzaemon appears as an obtainable Perfect-level Vaccine type Digimon in Digimon World.
In Toy Town, the town appears to be isolated, with no signs of life but in one of the houses reside two Blikmon that will tell the Player that Monzaemon, the ruler of Toy Town went missing and Waru Monzaemon took over the Town and kidnapped Hagurumon. However the Blikmon won't accept the Player to rescue Toy Town if they do not have a Monzaemon as a Partner. If the Player goes to the western Ex-Tyranomon shaped building, they'll find a lifeless bear costume that nothing happens when interacting with it. in the Volume Villa, Tonosama Gekomon will hint the Player to bring a Numemon and let it see react to the costume. To obtain one, the Player must get a Numemon, which its obtained from evolving a Child Digimon when you do not fullfill the requirements of any Digivolution.
Once the Player has a Numemon as its partner, the Player must go to where they found the lifeless bear costume before and trying to interact with it, will cause the Numemon to enter in the costume and evolve into Monzaemon. This is pretty much the only evolution in the game where the Digimon's Stats and Age do not matter.
After the Player brings a Monzaemon to the Blikmon, they'll open the Toy Mansion, where the Player has to go through and at the final floor, the Player will encounter and face Waru Monzaemon, who they have to fight against. After its defeated, Waru Monzaemon will escape and free Hagurumon, which the Player must bring back to the Blikmon, and the Town will appear to be rehabited and lively again.
A lifeless Monzaemon costume similar to the one in Toy Town will mysteriously appear in the Village of Beginnings, upgrading Jijimon's house and is seen in the back room hanging in a coat rack, where it can no longer be interacted with anymore. Jijimon will say that it has no idea how the costume arrived there.
Aside from the Suit Evolution method, Numemon is the only Digimon in the game that can also evolve into Monzaemon naturally, in order to evolve into Monzaemon, your Digimon must meet the following criteria:
- At least 3000 HP, 3000 MP, 300 Offense, 300 Defense, 300 Speed and 300 Brains stat requirements
- No Care Mistakes
- A Weight between 35 to 45g
- Bonus conditions: Battle more than 50 times
Monzaemon's Digivolution item is the X-Bandage (愛のばんそうこう Ai no Bansoukou, meaning Love Bandage in Japanese) which lets any Adult Digimon evolve into Monzaemon.
Monzaemon is an obtainable Variable Move. Its attack, Lovely Attack, raises the PP of all allies. It costs 26 VP.
Monzaemon is an obtainable Perfect-level Yellow/Rare card whose stats are:
- HP: 2030
- DP: 50
- +P: 20
- Circle attack: 850
- Triangle attack: 500
- X attack: 430, Black/Darkness foe x3
- Support Ability: Recover 200 HP and increase your attack power by 100.
Monzaemon's attacks are Lovely Attack, Boom Boom Punch and Silence Hug.
Monzaemon is the partner of Lili. It is also an obtainable Digimon which is evolved from Gaogamon, Leomon, or Numemon, and can evolve to Bancho Leomon or Vikemon. It can also be obtained as a collectible card. Its card is part of the Mystery Digimon Combination (謎のデジモンコンビ Nazo no Dejimon Conbi) set.
Can be evolved from Numemon if you fight 15+ battles with a victory ratio 80% or more.
Can be obtained as a Burst Evolution of Karatuki Numemon.
Monzaemon is an unobtainable Leader Digimon.
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|Digimon New Century|
|Digimon Savers: Another Mission||Digimon Linkz|
|Digital Monster||D-Terminal||Digivice iC|