|Poison S-mush||||ポイズン・ス・マッシュ||Poizun Su Masshu||Fungus Crusher/Fungus Cruncher/Mushroom Mash||Releases its tiny mushroom bombs all at once.|
|Rough S-mush||||ラフ・ス・マッシュ||Rafu Su Masshu||Laughing Smasher/Giggle Grenades||Punches the enemy.|
|Hakai no Kinoko Bakudan||||Destructive Mushroom Bomb||破壊のキノコ爆弾||N/A||Throws explosive grenades in the shape of mushrooms.|
|S-mush Hit||||ス・マッシュヒット||Su Masshu Hitto|
|Petit Thunder||||プチサンダー||Puchi Sandā||Super Shocker|
- Any Green Lv.2 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Purple Lv.2 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Digimon that also Evolves from Green Lv.3 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Digimon that also Evolves from Purple Lv.3 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Green Lv.4 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Purple Lv.4 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Arbormon (with Spirit of Wood H)
- Ballistamon MC (with Ballistamon)
- Bomber Nanimon (with Impmon)
- Chrysalimon (with Keramon and Hagurumon)
- Red Vegimon
- Shoutmon X7: Superior Mode (with Every Digimon from the Digital World)
- Stingmon (Black)
- Tuchidarumon (with or without Floramon or Alraumon)
- V-dramon Zero
- XV-mon (Black)
A Mushmon was one of the many frozen victims of Ice Devimon.
A group of Mushmon encountered DORUmon and bullied it since they believed that it was the cause of the instability of the Digital World. They attacked Dorumon and forced it to flee into a river.
Many other Mushmon were a part of Silphymon's rebel group. Wizarmon instructed some Mushmon to take care of DORUgamon when the rebel base was under siege by some Death-X-DORUguremon, but most of them were killed by the rampaging Digimon.
A Mushmon is listed on Himekawa Maki's computer as one of the Digimon that was reborn as a result of the reboot.
Appears as partner of an unknown Chosen Child.
Mushmon's shadow is seen behind a window in the opening. It appears in the second window, accompanied by another Digimon.
An actual Mushmon appears in "Face Taker". He is part of Angoramon's Digimon meetings, as well as serving Asuramon as he steals faces from humans out of fear for his own face. However, after Asuramon decided to attack a stadium full of people, he left him. Amanokawa Hiro and Angoramon then found him in his den and confronted him about Asuramon, and Mushmon told them where to go, expecting them to attack him for his misdeeds, but that didn't happen, and they just left to pursue Asuramon instead.
A Tamer-owned Mushmon appears as one of the Digimon in the audience of the Battle Stage when Knight appeared.
Mushmon is an obtainable Child level, Data Attribute, Land Type Digimon. It can be found in Temple of Darkness – Left. It is exclusive to Anode Tamer.
Mushmon is a collectable green card with 0/2 stats.
Several Mushmon appear as background elements in Fairimon's stage.
Mushmon appears as an enemy in Chip Forest.
Mushmon can evolve to Woodmon.
Mushmon is a random enemy from the beginning of the game. It can inflict poison to one party Digimon with Poison S-mush. Stronger versions named Mushmon ★ appear from Episode 15, "Centalmon, the Guardian!", onwards.
Mushmon is a minor enemy Digimon. It can only be obtained as a collectable.
Mushmon is available as a Digimon Medal.
It is raisable in the Japanese PS4/Switch versions, and the western Switch/PC versions.
Mushmon appears as an enemy Digimon.
|Card Game Alpha|
|Digimon Card Game|
|Digimon Adventure 02: D-1 Tamers
|Digimon Adventure 02: D-1 Tamers
|Digimon RPG||Digimon Story: Sunburst & Moonlight
|Digimon Story: Sunburst & Moonlight
|Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker's Memory|
|Digimon Pendulum||D-Terminal||Digimon Xros Loader|