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Name & Etymology

Attack Techniques[edit]

Name Kanji/Kana Romanization Dub Description
No.1<<Polyphony>> [2] 第一曲≪ポリフォニー≫
Symphony No.1<Polyphony>[4] Sings a song in a high soprano, whose notes suffuse the listener's heart and numb their free will, leaving them at Sirenmon's mercy.
No.2<<Aria>> [2] 第二曲≪アリア≫

Sings a solemn song in a low bass, which becomes a deep bass frequency wave that flattens the enemy through their semicircular canals, so that they are unable to even stand.
No.3<<Canon>> [2] 第三曲≪カノン≫

Attacks the enemy using its singing voice as note-shaped shots, which are said to have the marvellous trait of ricocheting to always strike their targets, even separate enemies.


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Digimon Ghost Game[edit]

Sirenmon appears in "The Cursed Song". She reveals that when she arrived in the human world, she got emotional by human songs, and tried to do the same with her songs, but the humans were scared and always ran away. In the end, she decides to go on a journey to train her songs.

Sirenmon from Digimon Ghost Game.
Sirenmon from Digimon Ghost Game.
Sirenmon using Daisankyoku (Canon).
Sirenmon's Analyzer from Digimon Ghost Game.


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Virtual Pets[edit]

Sirenmon vpet spirit.gif Sirenmon vpet vb.png
Digimon Pendulum Z Vital Bracelet Digital Monster

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