Xiaomon

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Attack Techniques[edit]

Name Translation Kanji/Kana Romanization Description
Tummo [2]
ツゥーモ N/A Releases a high-frequency wave that is an effective charm against evil.

Evolution[edit]

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Appearances[edit]

Anime[edit]

Digimon Adventure:[edit]

While hiding from the black rays caused by Millenniumon in "Mon-mon Park in the Fog", a group of Xiaomon, Frimon and Puroromon found the Mon-Mon Park in a forest, ruled by Opossummon. After spending time in the park, Opossummon revealed itself to be an evil Digimon and caused Waru Monzaemon, the mascot of Mon-mon Park hidden in a Monzaemon statue, to swallow all visitors to the park. Inside Waru Monzaemon, their lives were absorbed by balloons and they lost hope. A single Xiaomon managed to escape, gravely wounded, and was found by Takaishi Takeru and Patamon, alerting them of the real situation of the Mon-Mon Park, which allowed the rest to be were ultimately snapped out of it by Takeru and recover their hope, which then allowed Patamon to evolve once again into Angemon. Ishida Yamato and Were Garurumon: Sagittarius Mode, alongside Takeru and Angemon, broke them out of Waru Monzaemon afterwards, and then they helped the Chosen Ones and their Partner Digimon defeat Waru Monzaemon.

A Xiaomon travelled with Lopmon, other Digimon who had lost their home, and Leomon's allies (two Peckmon, Falcomon and Spadamon) on a grey Komondomon, searching for a new place to live, as narrated by Leomon in "A Place to Return To".

Lopmon, Spadamon, Falcomon, a Xiaomon, a Frimon and a Puroromon, riding the grey Komondomon, reacted to the attack of a group of Soundbirdmon in "The Angels' Determination".

Xiaomon, Puroromon and Frimon from Digimon Adventure:.

Manga[edit]

Video Games[edit]

Digimon Life[edit]

Digimon Soul Chaser[edit]

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

Xiaomon is available as a Digimon Medal.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth[edit]

Available as a Digimon Medal in the Japanese PS4/Switch versions, and the western Switch/PC versions.

Virtual Pets[edit]

D-Ark Version 2.0[edit]

D-Spirit[edit]

TCG[edit]

Digimon Card Game


Image Galery[edit]

Virtual Pets[edit]

Xiaomon vpet darc.gif
D-Ark

Additional Information[edit]

References Notes