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Name & Etymology

Attack Techniques[edit]

Name Translation Kanji/Kana Romanization Dub Description
Birī Smasher [1] Shock Smasher ビリースマッシャー Birī Sumasshā Shock Smasher Sends its fists flying by accumulating electricity in its palms.
Hammer Thunder [1]
ハンマーサンダー Hanmā Sandā Thunder Hammer Kicks the enemy up and then brings them down with both of its electrically-charged fists.
Adieu World [1] Fra: Goodbye World アドゥワールド Adu Wārudo Goodbye World Teleports by removing the space between it and the opponent.
Dokutease [1][N 1]
ドクテアーゼ Dokuteāze Doctase Produces various medicines and injects them via its tentacles. It heals the wounds of its allies and temporarily boosts their power, but as for enemies, it disintegrates them from the inside out with a deadly poison, killing them.


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Digimon Ghost Game[edit]

Thetismon is Higashimitarai Kiyoshiro's Partner Digimon. She first took this form in "Monster Pollen", after Kiyoshiro refused to give up against Toropiamon despite being nearly dead due to its poison. Thetismon was able to counter Toropiamon's poison and create an antidote for it, stopping it and healing all the people that were infected by it, including Kiyoshiro. She was seen doing this, and became known as a goddess over the net afterwards.

Thetismon from Digimon Ghost Game.
Thetismon close-up from Digimon Ghost Game.


Video Games[edit]

Virtual Pets[edit]

Vital Bracelet Digital Monster[edit]


Digimon Card Game

Image Gallery[edit]

Virtual Pets[edit]

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Vital Bracelet Digital Monster

Additional Information[edit]

References Notes
  1. Dokutease is a combination of "doku" (毒), meaning "poison", and "protease" (プロテアーゼ puroteāze), a type of enzyme that catalyzes proteins, and can be found in some animal venoms.