Rare Raremon

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Name & Etymology

Attack Techniques[edit]

Name Kanji/Kana Romanization Description
Digest [1] ダイジェス Daijesu Swallows the enemy whole via the mouth on its head, and dissolves them.
Decayson [1][N 1] ディケイズン Dikeizun Spews a toxic gas out of its many mouths which causes enemies that inhale it to die instantly.


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Digimon Adventure:[edit]

Rare Raremon first appears in "King of Inventors, Gerbemon". After Gerbemon freezes Raremon in an attempt to avenge the death of its various Tyumon friends, Raremon evolves into this form, but is defeated by Atlur Kabuterimon and Metal Greymon with the help of Izumi Koshiro and Tyumon.

Rare Raremon from Digimon Adventure:
Rare Raremon from Digimon Adventure:

Digimon Ghost Game[edit]

Rare Raremon appears in "Herd of the Dead". After arriving in the human world, it became fragmented and was discarded with trash in an illegal waste dump. It used its slime to animate the skeletons buried in an old graveyard the dump rested atop, and used them to spread its slime to animals and humans so as to control them and feed itself. After being revived, it went on a rampage in the woods so as to look for more food, trying to enter the nearby town to consume the remaining "zombies," who the protagonists had sealed away in a garage. Canoweissmon, Thetismon, and Lamortmon confronted Rare Raremon, but were prevented from attacking it by its toxic gas. Due to its insanity, they decided to destroy it, causing it to revert to a DigiTama. Thetismon used her abilities to neutralize the gas, giving Lamortmon a chance to attack Rare Raremon, after which it was finished off by Canoweissmon, who set fire to a propane tank it was carrying in its mouth.


Video Games[edit]

Virtual Pets[edit]

Vital Bracelet Digital Monster[edit]


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Virtual Pets[edit]

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Vital Bracelet Digital Monster

Additional Information[edit]

References Notes
  1. Decayson is a portmanteau of decay (ディケイ Dikei) and poison (ポイズン Poizun).