|Tropical Beak||||トロピカルビーク||Toropikaru Bīku||Tropical Beak||Repeatedly pecks with its colorful beak.|
|Ardent Flair||||アーデントフレア||Ādento Furea||Ardent Flair, Red Hot Flare||Shoots a wave of fire at the enemy.|
|Mugen Binta||||Eternal Slap||無限ビンタ||N/A||Super Slap||Slaps away the the foe with wings.|
|Counter Binta||||Counter Slap||カウンタービンタ||Kauntā Binta||Counter Slap||Repeatedly slaps its enemy.|
|Kuchibashi Attack||||Beak Attack||くちばしアタック||Kuchibashi Atakku||Beak Attack|
- Any Adult Flame Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Arena
- Any Adult Flame Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Battle
- Any Red Lv.4 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Flare Lizamon
A Muchomon is listed on Himekawa Maki's computer as one of the Digimon that was reborn as a result of the reboot.
In "Jyagamon, Potato Hell", two Muchomon appear as customers in the haven for travelling Digimon.
Another Muchomon appears on Petaldramon in "Hikari and the Moving Forest". It tells the Chosen Children the name of the Digimon they are on top of, but then runs away from them alongside two Puwamon. After Agumon, Gabumon and Gomamon catch up to them, they explain that their forest home was destroyed and eaten by Entmon, which caused them to travel alongside Petaldramon as they had nowhere to go and motivated the latter to fight Entmon.
After Petaldramon sacrificed itself to defeat Entmon, a new forest was created from both, which became Muchomon and the Puwamons' new home.
Muchomon and the Puwamon reappear in "Hikari, New Life", still living in Petaldramon's forest, where they met Yagami Hikari, Tailmon, Takaishi Takeru, Patamon, Yagami Taichi and Agumon once again, and explained to them how the Digitama of the forest had their life stolen from them by a group of Soulmon. Afterwards, they joined Taichi, Agumon, Takeru and Patamon in protecting the Digitama while Hikari and Tailmon took care of the Soulmon.
Muchomon and the Puwamon reacted to the attack of a group of Soundbirdmon in "The Angels' Determination". Soon after, they talked to Hikari through the screens that appeared in front of them in "The Great Catastrophe, Negamon", where Muchomon showed worry about the state of the forest due to the void.
After Negamon was finally defeated in "The End of the Adventure", Muchomon, alongside a Puwamon and an Arbormon who carried several Baby Digimon: a Nyokimon, a Puttimon, a Keemon, a Leafmon, a Bubbmon, a Jyarimon, a Hopmon, a Moonmon, a Poyomon, a Torikara Ballmon, a Relemon, a Pipimon, a Tsubumon, a Pururumon and an Upamon; found a Digitama in the forest, which quickly hatched into a Botamon.
Muchomon is an unavailable Digimon normally in the game, but can be obtained by using a cheating device. It does not evolve into any Digimon.
Muchomon appears as an obtainable Child-level Red/Flame card, whose stats are:
- HP: 600
- +P: 20
- Circle attack: 320
- Triangle attack: 220
- X attack: 0, X Counter
- Support Ability: Triangle Attack Power +300.
Muchomon's attacks are Tropical Beak, Ardent Flair and Counter Binta.
Muchomon is a collectable black card with 1/1 stats.
Muchomon is available as a Digimon Medal.
Available as a Digimon Medal in the Japanese PS4/Switch versions, and the western Switch/PC versions.
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