|Unchi||||Poop||ウンチ||N/A||Party Time||Throws its own poop in order to defend itself against intruders.|
|Unchi Nage||||Poop Throw||ウンチ投げ||N/A||Nume-Sludge/Junk Attack/Poop Toss||Throws its own excrement towards the enemy.|
|Choukyori Unchi Nage||||Long-range Poop Throw||長距離ウンチ投げ||N/A||Throws its poop over a long distance.|
|Renzoku Unchi Nage||||Continuous Poop Throw||連続ウンチ投げ||N/A||Multi-Junk Attack||Throws poop at the enemy continuously.|
|Enga Chou Kick||||Face Down Super Kick||エンガチョウキック||Enga Chou Kikku||Filth Kick||Swings to face backwards, then attacks with a dirty kick.|
|Chou Akushū Funsha||||Super Stinky Spray||超悪臭噴射||N/A||Hyper Stink Shot/Smelly Breath||Burps out toxic gas at the foe.|
|Iya~ na Shita||||Unpleasant Tongue||イヤ～な舌||N/A||Yucky Tongue||Licks the enemy in a disgusting way.|
|Nume Tai Atari||||Nume Body Blow||ヌメたいあたり||N/A||Nume Charge|
- Agumon (2006 Anime Version)
- Agumon (Black)
- Agumon (X-Antibody)
- Any Black Lv.3 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Child Rarity Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Arena
- Any Child Rarity Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Battle
- Keramon, Huckmon, and Impmon) (excluding
- Clear Agumon
- Elecmon (Violet)
- Falcomon (2006 Anime Version)
- Gabumon (Black)
- Goburimon (with or without Hagurumon)
- Hagurumon (with or without Goburimon)
- Kudamon (2006 Anime Version)
- Pico Devimon
- Snow Goburimon
- Toy Agumon
- Toy Agumon (Black)
- Yuki Agumon
- Aero V-dramon (with V-dramon or XV-mon)
- Ancient Volcamon (Ancient Evolution)
- Anomalocarimon (with certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Any Black Lv.5 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Perfect Rarity Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Arena
- Any Perfect Rarity Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Battle
- Any Cost 5 Perfect Digimon from the Battle Spirits Card Game
- Any Perfect Digimon that evolves from a Jogress in the Battle Spirits Card Game (with )
- Astamon (with Mad Leomon or Shadramon)
- Asuramon (with Igamon)
- Beowolfmon (with Growmon)
- Big Mamemon (with Greymon or Revolmon)
- Black King Numemon
- Dagomon (with certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Dark Knightmon (with Porcupamon)
- Delumon (with Tyranomon)
- Etemon (with or without Bao Huckmon or Zubaeagermon)
- Fantomon (with Bakemon, Meramon, or Wizarmon)
- Gerbemon (with or without Gokimon or Platinum Scumon or Red Vegimon, Woodmon, Togemon, or Kiwimon)
- Gigantic Numemon
- Gold Numemon (Ultimate)
- Groundramon (with Devidramon)
- Hangyomon (with certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Karatuki Numemon
- Lady Devimon (with Devimon)
- Mach Gaogamon
- Marin Devimon (with Ice Devimon and Gesomon)
- Megadramon (with or without Coredramon (Green))
- Megalo Growmon (with Arresterdramon or Reppamon)
- Metal Greymon
- Metal Mamemon (with Garurumon, Greymon, Angemon, Leomon, or Tailmon)
- Monzaemon (with or without Scumon and Hanumon)
- Numemon (X-Antibody) (with the X-Antibody)
- Piccolomon (with certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Platinum Scumon
- Platinum Numemon
- Pumpmon (with Garurumon or Hanumon)
- Rize Greymon
- Savior Huckmon (with Targetmon)
- Tonosama Gekomon (with certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Waru Monzaemon
- Whamon Perfect
- Vamdemon (with Dokugumon)
- Waru Monzaemon (with Mechanorimon, Guardromon, Tankmon, Clockmon, or Thunderballmon)
- Zudomon (with Mikemon)
The Chosen Children first encounter the Numemon when they are traveling through the sewers after meeting Andromon. Having taken just a whiff of the putrid slug digimon, they run away, only to encounter more Numemon hiding inside vending machines. Mimi insults the leader of the Numemon and thus begins the running away... again.
In Digimon Adventure 02, Daisuke's first encounter with a Digimon is a horde of Numemon coming out of a vending machine.
A Numemon is the partner Digimon of an International Chosen Child.
In "Next Chapter: DIGIVICE-V-", a Numemon was the Partner Digimon of a Tamer that joined Gammamon's, Jellymon's and Angoramon's Tamers alongside several other Tamers from all over the world as Support Attackers to face the Raid Boss, Mugendramon.
An actual Numemon also appears in the same chapter, as a Tamer's Digimon during Tsurugi's first log-in into Net Battle.
A third Numemon appears as part of the audience of the Battle Stage.
Another Numemon is shown as a wounded inhabitant of the destroyed Light City.
Numemon appears as an obtainable Adult-level Virus type Digimon in Digimon World. All 9 Child Digimon will evolve into Numemon when 4 or 5 days have elapsed since their evolution from a Baby II Level if not enough evolution requirements has been fulfilled to evolve into another Digimon, such as not achieving the required Stats, or exceeding more than 5 Care Mistakes and not accomplishing any Bonus Condition. A Numemon's stats are inferior to a Child Digimon's stats, both when evolving into Numemon, and when obtaining stat boosts from training, versus other Adult-level Digimon which have superior stats to Child-level Digimon.
A Numemon NPC can be found in the sewers of Factorial Town, who appears to be sick due the red mist and waste. After the Player defeated Giromon and recruited both him and Andromon, the mist will dissipate and Numemon will start feeling better, to the point that he attacks the Player with no memory of him. However, Numemon shares an easy battle compared to the enemies wandering around the area and a single hit will likely defeat it.
After it was defeated, it'll join the Village of Beginnings, working in the Secret Item Shop, along with Igamon, Mojyamon, Mamemon and Devimon. If none of the aforementioned Digimon were recruited, Numemon will build the Shop, which can be accessed from the stairs to the left of the normal Item Shop. Numemon shares the same schedule as Unimon, working from the night to early morning, selling repelling and enticing items that can be used against wild Digimon.
Numemon only has two evolutions, though one of them is crucial to complete the game. In Toy Town, inside the Ex-Tyranomon building the Player will find a lifeless Monzaemon suit that cannot be interacted in any way, but if the Player brings a Numemon, it will automatically react to the suit and enter it, thus evolving into Monzaemon as this is the only way to enther the Toy Mansion and defeat Waru Monzaemon.
Aside from the aforementioned evolution, and, as like every Champion Digimon in the game, can evolve into Vademon by scolding it when its age reaches 15 days old, though this only has a 50% chance of happening. It, like any other Digimon, will evolve into Scumon if its Poop Meter is full.
Finishing Technique - Unchi:
Numemon spits excrement out of its mouth towards the enemy.
Numemon is an obtainable Adult level, Virus Attribute, Land Type Digimon. It can be found in File Island Mansion - Left.
Numemon is an obtainable Digimon. Evolves from Hagurumon (0 DP). It cannot evolve.
Numemon is an obtainable Adult-level Yellow/Rare card whose stats are:
- HP: 700
- DP: 30
- +P: 10
- Circle attack: 250
- Triangle attack: 250
- X attack: 100, X to 0
- Support Ability: Your opponent discards their top 2 Power cards.
Bakemon's attacks are Unchi Nage, Enga Chou Kick and Chou Akushū Funsha.
Numemon is an enemy Digimon that comes in many colors, and is an Adult level brown card with 10/7 stats.
Numemon cannot be found wild anywhere, but can be born from a Digitama. He also appears at Pucket Lagoon, giving player information on how to avoid cavity problems and giving a Tooth Brush Set during Evilmon's request mission.
Numemmon can be evolved from Otamamon if above level 19 and total of 1400 EXPs. However in Sunburst, if you go to DigiColosseum and give a secret password "82607991" to Valkyrimon, you will get a 100% scan data of Numemon for free!
Catherine is the partner of Lili. Numemon is also an obtainable Digimon which is evolved from any Child Digimon which does not meet any other Adult Digimon's evolution requirement, and can evolve to Etemon or Monzaemon. It can also be obtained as a collectible card. Its card is part of the We Are Filth (オレたち汚物 Oretachi Obutsu) set and the Different Numemon (異なるヌメモン Kotonaru Numemon) set.
Numemon serve as random enemies from the very beginning of the game, and thus, are very weak. Their Unchi Nage deals damage and can seal the skills of one party Digimon. Higher power versions known as Numemon ★ appear from Episode 12, "Clash! The Freezing Digimon" onwards, though they're still not a big threat.
During Sub-Episode 3, "The Numemon King", which happens shortly after Episode 6, the Chosen Children find an odd Numemon in the sewers. It would only stare at a wall, separate from all the other Numemon, which made Izumi Koshiro realize it was different. Kido Jo proposed to ask him about the badge that Takaishi Takeru had lost, which started the Sub-Episode's plot. While Gomamon complained, Yagami Taichi agreed to do it. However, the Numemmon didn't know about the badge, and pointed out that the Numemon didn't care about aesthetic stuff. Mimi asked it what it was doing, and Numemon offered her a sewer bath, which Mimi found gross. They later find another Numemon also facing a wall, who was similarly unaware of the badge, but told the Chosen Children about how their boss had found a lucky white poop. Taichi thought it couldn't be the badge, but it was in fact the badge, as pointed out by Ishida Yamato, the badge being ice cream-shaped as Takeru loves ice cream, and it was a gift from their dad which he gave Takeru when they got separated. Afterwards, Mimi asked the Numemon where its boss was, but it didn't know, and instead offered Mimi yet another sewer bath, which met with the same answer as the first.
After talking to the second Numemon, the Chosen Children find a giant Numemon in another part of the sewers, which they immediately realize must be their boss. Gabumon gets a bad feeling about it, which the Numemon Boss finds rude. Takeru asks it to give him his badge back, but the boss says that said badge had been passed down by the boss Numemon for generations, which gets him insulted by Mimi, Koshiro and Jo. Takeru tries to explain its importance to the Numemon Boss, only to get laughed at. This angers Patamon, who swears to get the badge back no matter what.
The Numemon Boss serves as the final boss of Sub-Episode 3, "The Numemon King". Like its servants, it attacks with Unchi Nage which can seal the skills of one party Digimon, but it can also inflict Poison, Shock and Break, lower attack and defense, seal skills and inflict damage to all the party with Chou Akushū Funsha and deal multiple hits to one party Digimon with Renzoku Unchi Nage.
After beating the Numemon Boss, Takeru gets his badge back. Mimi then calls it a disgrace of a boss and asks him if he's repented, and the Numemon Boss says it'll be good. Mimi doubts it, so the Numemon Boss gives the Chosen Children an SP Disk, which Takeru thanks it for.
After Mimi tried to get a cola from a vending machine at the start of Episode 7, "Palmon, Raging Evolution!", a Numemon appeared from said vending machine in front of her. He offered Mimi to go on a date with him, only for Mimi to reject it. Numemon took the rejection poorly, and sent his allies, several other Numemon, after her. The Numemon surrounded the Chosen Children and threw poop at them, causing them to split up and run away. One kept going after Mimi and Palmon, but stopped and hid after earthquakes happened, and told Mimi and Palmon to hide as well. Said earthquakes were caused by the newly-arrived Monzaemon. Mimi believed him to be a good Digimon, but Numemon pointed out he had been acting weirdly lately. As such, Mimi decided to follow him to Toy Town to find the rest of the Chosen Children, which Numemon misinterpreted as an offer of a date, leading Mimi to shoot him down oncea again.
In Toy Town, Mimi stood up to Monzaemon after seeing how he had stolen everyone else's emotions, only for Monzaemon to attack her. The Numemon squad then reappeared to protect her, and their dedication caused Palmon to evolve into Togemon, who defeated Monzaemon. Afterwards, Numemon asked Mimi for a kiss as a reward, but Mimi once again refused. Numemon remarked her bluntness and everyone laughed.
The same events on the cola machine repeat in Sub-Episode 4, "Mimi's Date", where Mimi once again tries to use the cola machine only for Numemon to appear and ask her for a date. This time, however, Numemon came prepared with a chilled cola. Palmon didn't think Mimi would be swayed by that, but she was quickly proven wrong, and Numemon took Mimi to their date on Toy Town. However, Mimi did not hide her displeasure of the situation during their date, which Numemon liked. During the date, Numemon asked Mimi three Love Questions about their shared experiences after Mimi kept complaining about the date. The last question was about their favourite food, which the player can decide to answer with "poop". If so, Numemon will be greatly hurt emotionally, pointing out that they like poop but they don't eat it. However, Mimi was not swayed by Numemon's feelings and instead criticized him for his attitude in front of a lady.
With their date and the questions complete, if the questions were answered correctly, Numemon gave Mimi an ATK Boost II DigiPart, as well as the promised cola - which turned out to be expired, which Numemon preferred. Mimi then lamented having gone on the date in the first place.
A group of Numemon serve as the crew of the luxury liner the Chosen Children found in the Desert in Episode 22, "Cockatrimon, the Illusionary Ship's Captain!". Taichi asked them to rest in their ship, as Koromon was feeling weak. Mimi then took over the negotiation and easily convinced the Numemon. However, inside the ship, the Numemon attacked the Chosen Children, except Mimi and Takenouchi Sora, as they tried to eat the food on the ship. During their attack, Koromon evolved into Agumon. After that, Cockatrimon entered the room and petrified everyone.
Two other Numemon then entered Mimi and Sora's room and attacked them as well, which started a fight.
These two Numemon, which are stronger versions known as Numemon ★★, serve as the twenty-third obligatory bosses of the game, fighting Piyomon and Palmon in Episode 22, "Cockatrimon, the Illusionary Ship's Captain!". Apart from Unchi Nage, they're able to use Numemon Boss' Chou Akushū Funsha and Renzoku Unchi Nage.
Numemon ★★ appear as random encounters after that battle.
By using a Numemon-shaped item, a player can temporarily make an opponent become Numemon. It can also be obtained as a collectible.
In the side mission request "Numemon Strikes Back," the client Numemon is upset that the majority of Digimon make fun of it. The Numemon requests that the player go defeat a bunch of Shakomon and collect 8 of their shells. Upon turning in these 8 shells, the Numemon evolves into a new form, Karatuki Numemon, and tries out its newfound power by attacking the player.
A young girl named Fuuka befriends an Elecmon and Numemon in Ueno and names them Ecchan (えっちゃん, Lekkie in the English version) and Nuu-kun (ぬうくん, New New in the English version), playing with them often and giving them food. Her brother, Masanori, hires Aiba as he was worried about her going out at night and states he knows she has been hanging out with dangerous people. That same night she plays with them again, though a police man and business man attempt to stop her due to being worried they would try to eat her, the trio denying this. A Cyclomon then arrives and Fuuka tries to befriend it too, though it tries to eat her. Aiba then arrives, and alongside Ecchan and Nuu-kun defend her from the Cyclomon. After killing the Cyclomon; Ecchan and Nuu-kun agree to continue being friends.
Numemon is an enemy Digimon in Area 01 and 02.
|Super Digica Taisen|
|Digimon Card Game|
|Digimon Reference Book||Digital Monster: Digimon Zukan||Digimon Mini||Digimon Mini|
|Digital Monster Card Game Alpha||Digimon Collectors||Digital Monster - Artbook Ver.1～5&20th||Digital Monster - Artbook Ver.1～5&20th|
|Digital Monster - Artbook Ver.1～5&20th||Digital Monster - Artbook Ver.1～5&20th||Digital Monster - Artbook Ver.1～5&20th||Digital Monster - Artbook Ver.1～5&20th|
|Digimon New Century|
|Digimon Savers: Another Mission||Digimon Linkz|
|Digital Monster||Digivice||Digivice iC||Digimon Xros Loader|