|Nenchakusei no Awa||||Adhesive Bubbles||粘着性の泡||N/A||Adhesive Bubble Blow|
|San no Awa||||Acid Bubbles||さんのアワ||N/A||Frothy Spit||Shoots slightly acidic bubbles from its mouth.|
|Awa||||Bubbles||泡||N/A||Bubble Blow/Bubbles||Shoots a series of pink bubbles from its mouth at the opponent.|
- Any Digimon that also Evolves from Green Lv.2 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Green Lv.3 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Pico Devimon
- Shoutmon X7: Superior Mode (with Every Digimon from the Digital World)
A group of Tanemon live in a village that the Chosen Children arrive to in "The Targeted Kingdom". Tachikawa Mimi arrived before the other Chosen Children, and took the Tanemon as her servants. She, alongside Palmon, then protected them from Orgemon and Drimogemon, causing Palmon to evolve into Togemon for the first time.
The Tanemon then became students in Babamon's Digimon school before the events of "The Digimon School Under Attack". Three of them, servants No. 6, No. 12, and an unnumbered one, evolved into Lalamon thanks to Babamon's teachings.
The Tanemon reappeared as some of the students that were part of the student trip in Blimpmon to see what was outside Cloud Continent that met Kido Joe and his group in "Vikemon Ventures the Glaciers".
Olegmon and his crew of Hangyomon and Gawappamon, alongside the Babamon Digimon School students Bancho Mamemon, several Tanemon and Lalamon, and Joe's servants and friends Tonosama Gekomon, Kabukimon, Blossomon, Nanimon, Gekomon and Dondokomon, reacted to the attack of a group of Soundbirdmon in "The Angels' Determination"
After Negamon was finally defeated in "The End of the Adventure", Bancho Mamemon graduated from Babamon's Digimon school, with his diploma given by Babamon herself and the ceremony being attended by Jijimon, his Mamemon and Big Mamemon lackeys, his Tanemon and Lalamon classmates, a Snimon and a Lilamon.
In "Asunaro Meat", Tanemon is introduced as a Digimon that is passionate about raising crops and improving on their quality. Pulsemon called Kodou Ritsu into the Digital World to show him that something great had happened in Asunaro Village, namely that Tanemon had finished raising a new type of meat crop. Tanemon wanted said meat crop to help with evolution and be something everyone would want to eat lots of. At first, the Digimon eating said meat (Pulsemon, Patamon, two Agumon, Koromon and Bokomon) called it "Tanemon Meat", which it didn't like as it sounded like they were eating Tanemon. Instead, Tanemon called said meat "Asunaro Meat" after their village.
Tanemon wanted the Asunaro Meat to help with evolution and be something everyone would want to eat lots of. While it succeeded in the latter, Ritsu and Pulsemon would end up falling asleep after eating said meat with no evolution, although their bond deepened thanks to it.
In "Orgemon Invasion", Orgemon ate a big plate of Asunaro Meat, which Koemon handled, while Tanemon, Tokomon, Punimon, two Koromon, Chicomon, Poyomon, Penmon, two Agumon and Mochimon stared at them in fear. Orgemon proceeded to take the meat with him, but Tanemon tried to stop him, as the meat was made for the Digimon of the village so they'd grow strong and evolve. Orgemon easily flicked Tanemon away, and then the two Agumon, a Koromon, a Mochimon, a Chicomon, a Poyomon, a Bubbmon and a Tokomon gathered around them, trying to protect them even while terrified. Orgemon looked at them and realized that only a few of them had evolved at all, with Koemon explaining that a curse on the village prevented them from evolving. Orgemon then returned to eating the Asunaro Meat while assuring them that he'd evolve for them, with Tanemon crying due to that, however, he was stopped by a kick to the top of his head from Pulsemon, who declared that he'd keep Asunaro Village's meat safe to both Orgemon and Koemon, and the Digimon that had tried to defend Tanemon, who happily cried at his arrival. Orgemon was angry at Pulsemon, and only got more mad after the latter misunderstood his comment, so he went and punched Pulsemon in the head. Ritsu, Bokomon, Patamon, and the Digimon of Asunaro Village screamed at Pulsemon who had apparently been knocked out with a single blow, and Orgemon pointed out that, as a warrior, he made it a point not to go easy on anyone and they should not think badly of him, then tried to leave, only to stop in shock as Pulsemon got back up.
Their fight continued in "The Pulse of Evolution", where Orgemon hit Pulsemon with his Haouken, leaving him badly beaten on the ground as Ritsu, Bokomon, Patamon, Tanemon, Mochimon, Bubbmon, Chicomon, a Koromon, Poyomon and an Agumon watched them. Orgemon praised Pulsemon for making him use his Haouken, but blamed his loss on being just a Child, born in a village where no one can evolve, with Ritsu accepting that Orgemon being an Adult-level gave him too much of an advantage. Orgemon then pointed out Tamers were useless and challenged Ritsu to fight him, but Ritsu was terrified of him as he realized that, just as he was full when he went back to the Real World after eating in the Digital World, getting hurt or dying would be just as real. In his thoughts, Ritsu asked Pulsemon for forgiveness for not being able to do a thing and Orgemon mocked him, but Pulsemon called him a moron as he got back up, because he never said Ritsu had to fight alongside him, his job was to have the conviction that Pulsemon could beat Orgemon, and use that feeling to cheer Pulsemon on so he could defeat him. Bokomon seconded Pulsemon, as even if he felt powerless as a partner sometimes, with his wholehearted support, his bond with Pulsemon would give him strength. Ritsu acknowledged their words and cheered Pulsemon on with all his might. A vitals waveform went through both of them as their heartbeat was heard, and Pulsemon started glowing. Orgemon, Bokomon, Patamon, Ritsu, Tanemon and Chicomon looked at him in awe, as he seemingly broke the curse of Asunaro Village and they pictured him as the ideal Bulkmon, but in reality, only his head changed, with the rest of his body remaining that of Pulsemon's, to everyone's shock.
Tanemon appears as a NPC in the Village of Beginnings behind Jijimon's House, where she manages a Meat Farm, giving 3 pieces of Meat to the Player each day. Once the player has recruited Palmon she'll upgrade the Meat Farm by giving Giant Meat instead of the regular one, and Tanemon will no longer work, residing in a planter. Each 15th day of the month, Tanemon will plant a Rain Plant in one of the planters as it's necessary to recruit Vegiemon.
Tanemon evolves after 24 in-game hours have passed and has 3 different evolution choices that can be achieved by clearing these condition requirements:
- Palmon by having a higher MP, Speed or Brains stat than the others.
- Betamon by having a higher HP, MP or Defense stat than the others.
- Kunemon by letting it sleep in Kunemon's Bed. This has a random 50% chance of achieving evolution.
NOTE: Due to a bug in the game, sometimes Tanemon won't evolve into either Palmon or Betamon even after the time requirement has already elapsed. This is due to the fact that unlike the other Baby II Digimon, both of Tanemon's evolutions share a higher stat requirement, in this case being the MP stat. This causes the game to look at the second-highest stat, but if it's Offense, which neither Palmon nor Betamon have as an evolution requirement, it prevents Tanemon from evolving. This bug can be fixed by raising any of the other stats, or by simply meeting Kunemon's evolution requirement.
Tanemon is an obtainable Baby II level, None Attribute, Land Type Digimon. It can be found in File Island Mansion – Right and Devimon's Cave.
Tanemon is given away by a NPC in the Tanemon Rental Event. It evolves to Mushmon at Lv 11.
Tanemon is an obtainable Data Baby-Level Digimon and belongs to the Jungle Troopers Field.
- Evolves into Palmon at Level 8 with no other conditions.
- Evolves into Alraumon at Level 14 with a minimum Experience Stat Total of 1100.
- Evolves into Floramon at Level 12 with a minimum Insect Experience Stat of 100.
- All 3 Digimon can degenerate back into Tanemon at Level 3 with no conditions.
Tanemon can appear as a wild Digimon at the Chip Forest at Level 4.
Tanemon evolves from Nyokimon, Bubbmon or Yuramon with passing time and evolves into Floramon with 20 Insect/Plant AP, Mushmon with 3 penalties, Alraumon with 3 after battles or Palmon with passing time.
It can be caught at Slippery Swamp.
Tanemon is an special available Mercenary digimon being classified as different evolutionary levels. There is no difference between its forms minus increased stats. It can also be summoned with a special card in which is referred to as "Mutation".
Tanemon is Tachikawa Mimi's Partner Digimon. As in the anime, she first appears in this form in Episode 1, "Adrift? Island of Adventure!", then evolves into Palmon before fighting Kuwagamon and stays in that form as her base. Tanemon is not playable, as no Digimon can be fought before Kuwagamon.
Tanemon is a partner Digimon. Evolves to Palmon.
Tanemon is a partner Digimon. Evolves to Palmon.
Tanemon is the partner of Atuan.
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