Prince Mamemon (X-Antibody)

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A Digimon that underwent a mutation after reading data on a royal family. The crown and mantle that it wears were reproduced from royal records, so they are very gorgeous. Because of its appearance, it is called the "Prince of the Mamemon World". Its Special Move is headbutting the enemy without breaking its smile (Smiley Warhead).
The effect on Prince Mamemon's Digicore due to the X-Antibody
It was reproduced from royal records with greater emphasis in parts. Although there is a rumor that its long legs are the result of its Secret Boots, it is said that its very gorgeous and elegant "Delmo Walking" causes even enemy Digimon to make way for it.
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Attack Techniques[edit]

Name Kanji/Kana Romanization Description
Smiley Warhead [1] スマイリーウォーヘッド Sumairī Wōheddo Headbutts the enemy without breaking its smile.
Delmo Walking [1][N 2] デルモウォーキング Derumo Wōkingu Causes even enemy Digimon to make way for it.

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Digimon Collectors[edit]

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Digimon World Re:Digitize Decode[edit]

Prince Mamemon (X-Antibody) is only obtainable as a collectible card. Its card is part of the Mame Guys (マメなやつら Mamena Yatsura) set.

Virtual Pets[edit]

Digital Monster X Ver.2[edit]

TCG[edit]

Hyper Colosseum
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Image Gallery[edit]

Virtual Pets[edit]

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Digital Monster X Ver.2

Additional Information[edit]

References Notes
  1. Prince Mamemon (X-Antibody)'s initial artwork was illustrated by Kagemaru Himeno.
  2. Delmo is a zūjago reading of "model". Zūjago (ズージャ語) is a Japanese argot used in the postwar-Shōwa period, strongly associated with jazz musicians, in which certain words are read backwards/characters of particular words are transposed (the term "zūja" itself is a zūjago reading of "jazu" (ジャズ), "jazz").