|Unchi Nage||||Poop Throw||ウンチ投げ||N/A||Compost Bomber, Poop Toss||Poops and throws it at the enemy.|
|Sharp Leaf||||シャープリーフ||Shāpu Rīfu||Sharp Leaf||Throws sharpened leaves from its head at the enemy.|
|Amai Toiki||||Sweet Breath||甘い吐息||N/A||Sweet Breath/Sweet Whisper||Breathes out sweet-smelling pollen to confuse enemy.|
|Unchi||||Poop||ウンチ||N/A||Party Time||Throws its own poop in order to defend itself against intruders.|
|Chou Akushū Funsha||||Super Stinky Spray||超悪臭噴射||N/A||Stink Jet/Super Stinky Jet/Super Stinky Spray||Unleashes a stinky breath attack.|
|Branch Drain||||ブランチドレイン||Buranchi Dorein||Branch Drain||Pierces the opponent with its arm and absorbs their life-force.|
- Agumon (2006 Anime Version)
- Agumon Hakase
- Any Child Nature Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Arena
- Any Child Nature Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Battle
- Any Green Lv.3 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Elecmon (Violet)
- Falcomon (2006 Anime Version)
- Gabumon (Black)
- Gabumon (X-Antibody)
- Kudamon (2006 Anime Version) (Burst Evolution)
- Modoki Betamon
- Aero V-dramon (with V-dramon or XV-mon)
- Ancient Beatmon (Ancient Evolution)
- Ancient Troiamon (Ancient Evolution)
- Anomalocarimon (with or without certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Any Green Lv.5 Digimon from the Digimon Card Game
- Any Perfect Nature Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Arena
- Any Perfect Nature Digimon from Digimon World: Digital Card Battle
- Astamon (with Mad Leomon or Shadramon)
- Asuramon (with Igamon)
- Atlur Kabuterimon (Blue)
- Atlur Kabuterimon (Red)
- Beowolfmon (with Growmon)
- Big Mamemon (with Greymon or Revolmon)
- Big Mamemon (Jogress with Red Vegimon or Golemon)
- Dagomon (with certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Dark Knightmon (with Porcupamon)
- Entmon (with a Virus or Free Attribute Adult Digimon from the Digimon Pendulum Z II)
- Eosmon (Perfect)
- Etemon (with or without Bao Hackmon or Zubaeagermon)
- Fantomon (with Bakemon, Meramon, or Wizarmon)
- Gerbemon (with Red Vegimon, Woodmon, Togemon, or Kiwimon)
- Groundramon (with Devidramon)
- Hangyomon (with certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Jewelbeemon (with a Vaccine Attribute Adult Digimon from the Vital Bracelet Digital Monster)
- Jyureimon (with or without Woodmon and Togemon)
- Lady Devimon (with Devimon)
- Lilamon (Jogress with or without Zassoumon or a Vaccine or Data Attribute Adult Digimon from the Digimon Pendulum Z II)
- Lilimon (with or without a Data Attribute Adult Digimon from the Vital Bracelet Digital Monster)
- Mach Gaogamon
- Mamemon (Jogress with or without Sunflowmon)
- Megadramon (with Coredramon (Green))
- Megalo Growmon (with Arresterdramon or Reppamon)
- Metal Mamemon (with Garurumon, Greymon, Angemon, Leomon, or Tailmon)
- Piccolomon (with or without certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Pinochimon (with Jyureimon, Vademon and Drimogemon)
- Pumpmon (with Garurumon or Hanumon)
- Red Vegimon
- Rize Greymon
- Savior Hackmon (with Targetmon)
- Shoutmon X7: Superior Mode (with Every Digimon from the Digital World)
- Tonosama Gekomon (with certain Digimon of the Pendulum series)
- Toropiamon (with or without a Free Attribute Adult Digimon from the Vital Bracelet Digital Monster)
- Vamdemon (with Dokugumon)
- Waru Monzaemon (with Mechanorimon, Guardromon, Tankmon, Clockmon, or Thunderballmon)
In "Oh Friend! Were Garurumon", Digitamamon runs a restaurant alongside a Vegimon. Both are rude to Jou, who is forced to work at the diner. Vegimon constricts Jou when Digitamamon fights the Chosen Child's allies, but after Were Garurumon has defeated Digitamamon, Vegimon escapes.
A Vegimon appears as a Tamer's Digimon during Tatsuno Tsurugi's first log-in into Net Battle.
Another Tamer-owned Vegimon appears as part of the audience of the Battle Stage.
Vegimon appears as an obtainable Adult-level Virus type Digimon in Digimon World.
After you recruited Palmon, in the planters, Tanemon will talk you about a mysterious plant growing in the Tropical Jungle. Every 15th day of the month Tanemon will plant a Rain Plant (雨降り草の実 Amefuri Sou no Mi, meaning Rainfall Plant Seed) and if you bring it to the Tropical Jungle you'll see a tiny sprout asking for water. Use the Rain Plant and a Vegimon will finally grow and reveal itself, thanking you and joining the city, replacing Palmon in the Meat Farm, which now gives 3 pieces of Sirloin (極上肉 Gokujou Niku, meaning First-Rate Meat) that satisfy Digimon more than Palmon's Big Meat. Sometimes he'll handle out 5 pieces. Unlike Palmon, Vegimon no longer allows you to buy Sirloins though he instead sells Super Carrots (挑戦ニンジン Chousen Ninjin, meaning Challenge Carrot) and Hawk Radishes (サクラ鳥大根 Sakuratori Daikon, meaning Sakura Bird Radish) for 500 Bits each.
- At least a 1000 MP stat requirement
- More than 5 Care Mistakes
- A Weight between 5 to 15g
- Bonus conditions: Have at least a Happiness of 50% and have at least 21 different techniques mastered.
Vegimon's evolution item is the Organic Fertilizer which lets any Child Digimon evolve into Vegimon.
Vegimon has 4 possible evolutions depending on the stats and Care Mistakes made:
- Igamon (A Vegimon has a 30% chance of becoming Igamon after fighting 50+ battles and having a Discipline of 100%)
- Scumon (When its Poop Gauge is full).
- Vademon (When you scold it when its age reaches 15 days old, though this has a 50% chance of happening).
Finishing Technique – Amai Toiki:
Vegimon spews out a nasty, foul purple breath that intoxicates and poisons the enemy.
Vegimon is an obtainable Adult level, Virus Attribute, Land Type Digimon. It can be found in File Island Mansion - Left. It is exclusive to Anode Tamer.
Vegimon is the first opponent in Jungle City's Battle Arena. It uses the Fast Evolution deck, a Green/Nature which has 2 attack, 2 defense and 3 evolution speed, and, as its name suggests, focuses on quickly evolving its Digimon, which Vegimon boasts of.
Vegimon also appears as an obtainable Adult-level Green/Nature card, whose stats are:
- HP: 810
- DP: 30
- +P: 20
- Circle attack: 390
- Triangle attack: 270
- X attack: 100, Jamming
- Support Ability: Your opponent’s Attribute becomes Green/Nature.
Vegimon's attacks are Unchi Nage, Sharp Leaf and Amai Toiki.
Can be evolved from Floramon if above level 23 and Bug Grass EXP 500.
While Vegimon does not appear in the game, it is mentioned as one of the species eradicated by the Erasers.
Another Vegimon worked under Digitamamon in his restaurant, where Kido Jo and Gomamon were forced to work. He was introduced in Episode 27, "Oh Friend! Were Garurumon", where he took orders from a Yukidarumon, a Cockatrimon and a Monzaemon, then sent Gomamon to get more customers, which led him to meet with Ishida Yamato and Gabumon. As they talked, Vegimon approached the group and criticized Jo. Yamato asked him for how much longer Jo had to work, and Jo said it was originally for three days, but because Vegimon added more time every time he screwed up, he had to work for around two weeks now. Digitamamon, the restaurant's owner, then arrived. Yamato asked him if Jo hadn't worked enough yet, but Digitamamon didn't agree. Instead, he proposed Yamato work too. However, Yamato wanted to go back to Takaishi Takeru, so instead, he told Jo he'd come back for him after he met back with Takeru. Nonetheless, he'd end up joining in the work after Digitamamon threatened Jo on Pico Devimon's orders.
As they kept working, Vegimon gave Jo ten more days of work for getting an order wrong, to Pico Devimon's delight.
Later on, after Yamato left the restaurant in anger, then came back due to hearing his brother's voice, which led to him meeting Yagami Taichi, and then they fought due to Yamato not trusting Jo anymore, Digitamamon and Pico Devimon left the restaurant and warned them not to try to run away. Jo recognized Pico Devimon as the one that lied to him by saying he'd lead him to other humans, then Agumon pointed out he was a bad Digimon. Digitamamon told them they had to keep working their debt off, though Yamato exclaimed that their debt was paid off a long time ago. Digitamamon accepted he was right, and he'd give Yamato his change - Vegimon taking Takeru hostage. Jo then risked himself and got badly hurt to save Takeru as a way to repay Yamato, which deeply touched him. However, this led to Yamato's Crest of Friendship activating and his Partner Digimon, Garurumon, evolving into Were Garurumon, who defeated Digitamamon, causing both Pico Devimon and Vegimon to run away.
Vegimon appear as random encounters starting from Episode 31, "Vamdemon, the Castle of Darkness". Unlike other random encounters, they'll run away from the player. They can deal damage to one Digimon with Sharp Leaf and Unchi Nage.
In Episode 31, "Vamdemon, the Castle of Darkness", before Agumon and Palmon attempted to sneak into Vamdemon Castle, Pico Devimon complained about Nanimon's students (a group of Numemon and Vegimon, as well as a Scumon and a Tyumon), though the latter made it clear that he could make them into proper soldiers, and Pico Devimon left the matter in his hands. Agumon and Palmon then arrived and asked him if they could join them, and Nanimon accepted them as they looked stronger than the Digimon it was training. Nanimon made the Partner Digimon join his training regiment, which left them with no chance to sneak the Chosen Children in. Scumon, who overheard them, then told them that he had been in an unit with Nanimon in the past, and that he was useless in combat back then because he kept getting drunk. Agumon saw this as their chance to get rid of Nanimon, though Palmon was confused about it.
Later, as the Chosen Children invaded the castle, Vamdemon proclaimed to his servants (which included Tailmon, Pico Devimon and Nanimon) that it was time to depart to kill the eighth Chosen Child. With the chant "Tlon, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius!", Vamdemon opened a gigantic gate through which they attempted to leave. However, before they could, the Chosen Children arrived. Vamdemon did not care, however, as they were too late. He refused to stay and ordered Pico Devimon to take care of the Chosen Children, and he then passed the order to Nanimon, who fought the Chosen Children alongside a Scumon, a Tyumon and a Vegimon.
A Vegimon fights alongside Nanimon and a Scumon & Tyumon as the thirty-seventh obligatory boss of the game, fighting the Chosen Children in Episode 31, "Vamdemon, the Castle of Darkness". It's identical to the random encounter Vegimon.
They were all easily defeated, and afterwards Nanimon surrendered. He excused himself in saying that retreating is winning in its own way, then ran away alongside his students, leaving Pico Devimon to face the Chosen Children and their Adult-level Partners alone.
In Episode 39, "Meanwhile, with Sora...", in the Main Street, Takenouchi Sora and Pyocomon looked for a bunch of flowers for Takenouchi Toshiko. Pyocomon encouraged Sora to get it done quickly, so she could go to soccer practice. However, they found a Vegimon in front of the florist, who didn't seem to be looking for the eighth Chosen Child. Sora and Pyocomon listened to mutter to himself about how he had found "cuties" (flowers, as Sora pointed out) that didn't exist in the Digital World, angrily pointing out how humans would sell them in a place like that, and how he'd save them, and he'd become popular. Realizing he'd cause the florist problems, Sora decided to stop him, even if it meant missing soccer practice. As such, Sora and Pyocomon confronted Vegimon, who just decided to beat them up.
Vegimon is the 44th obligatory boss of the game, fighting Piyomon at the end of Episode 39, "Meanwhile, with Sora...". He's no stronger than the previous Vegimon fights, to the point that Garudamon should be able to beat it in one blow.
Can be obtained as a Burst Evolution of Kudamon.
Digimon Twin L and R
Evolves from Agumon (R), Agumon Hakase, Gabumon (L), Gaomon (L), Gottsumon, or Guilmon (R) when conditions for other evolutions are not met. Can evolve to Anomalocarimon, Digitamamon, Piccolomon, or Rize Greymon (R).
|Digimon Card Game|
|Digimon Reference Book||Digital Monster - Artbook Ver.1～5&20th||Digital Monster - Artbook Ver.1～5&20th||Digital Monster - Artbook Ver.1～5&20th|
|Digital Monster - Artbook Ver.1～5&20th||Digital Monster - Artbook Ver.1～5&20th||Digimon New Century|
|Digital Monster Ver. S||Digimon World||Digimon World
|Digital Monster Ver. WonderSwan||Digital Monster Ver. WonderSwan
|Digimon Adventure 02: D1 Tamers|
|Digimon Adventure 02: D1 Tamers
|Digimon World: Digital Card Arena
|Digimon World: Digital Card Arena
(battle portrait, English)
|Digimon World: Digital Card Arena
|Digimon Championship||Digimon World Re:Digitize Decode|
|Digimon Linkz||Digimon Survive||Digimon Masters|
|Digital Monster||D-Terminal||Digivice iC||Digimon Xros Loader||D-1 Grand Prix
(Digital Monster Ver.20th)
|Vital Bracelet Digital Monster|
|Digital Monster COLOR|