Waspmon

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Attack Techniques[edit]

Name Kanji/Kana Romanization Description
Turbo Stinger [1] ターボスティンガー Tābo Sutingā Shoots a laser beam from its tail.
Bear Buster [1][N 1] ベアバスター Bea Basutā Fires a poisonous beam from the laser cannon mounted on its tail. This attack can bring down large Digimon in one hit, but energy has to be charged, so it is less accurate when used on fast Digimon, and is mainly used on the ground.

Evolution[edit]

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Appearances[edit]

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Digimon Next[edit]

Waspmon is one of the Commandments. It takes care of i-LAND, a settlement where Digitama can be born, as they are to be part of Barbamon's new world. It originally pretends to be an ally of the heroes, only to later turn against them after luring Tatsuno Tsurugi and Inui Yuu into a trap. It then atacked Agumon and Gaomon, before evolving into Cannonbeemon.[12]

Several more Waspmon are part of the Commandments, first shown bombarding Light City.[16]

The remaining Waspmon of the Commandments later joined the heroes' side for the final battle against N.E.O[17].

Video Games[edit]

Digimon Masters[edit]

Digimon Life[edit]

Digimon Collectors[edit]

Digimon Crusader[edit]

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth[edit]

Digimon Soul Chaser[edit]

Digimon Linkz[edit]

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker's Memory[edit]

Digimon Encounters[edit]

Digimon ReArise[edit]

Virtual Pets[edit]

Pendulum X 3.0[edit]

Evolves from DORUmon, Funbeemon, or Ryudamon. Can evolve to Cannonbeemon, Grademon, Hisyaryumon, or Metal Fantomon. Can also Jogress with Raptordramon to evolve into Grademon. Can also Blast Evolve into Cannonbeemon or Tiger Vespamon.

D-Cyber Ultimate[edit]

D-Spirit 2[edit]

TCG[edit]

Hyper Colosseum

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Bx-113


Image Gallery[edit]

Virtual Pets[edit]

Waspmon vpet penx.gif
Digimon Pendulum X

Additional Information[edit]

References Notes
  1. Bear is the English translation of 「熊 Kuma」 which is derived from both "kumabachi" (熊蜂), referring to the Japanese carpenter bee (Xylocopa appendiculata circumvolans), and "kumanbachi" (熊ん蜂), a colloquialism for the word "wasp".