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A mechanical-looking Digimon in the shape of a 5-yen coin that resides within Ganemon's trunk. It silently collects money for Ganemon; Zenimon is also able to emit a special wave that attracts money to great effect. It is also said that there are Digimon who seek out Zenimon in order to exploit those waves it emits. Its Special Moves are launching rice grains from the guns on both hands (Comet Launcher), as well as tossing a fellow Zenimon towards the opponent, striking them (Zeninage).
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Attack Techniques[edit]

Name Translation Kanji/Kana Romanization Dub Description
Comet Launcher [2][N 2]
こめっとランチャー Kometto Ranchā Comet Launcher[2] Launches rice grains from the guns on both hands.[2]
Zeninage [2] Coin Toss ゼニナゲ N/A Zeninage[2] Tosses a fellow Zenimon at the enemy.[2]
Gold Bowling [1]
ゴールドボーリング Gōrudo Bōringu


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Zenimon from Digimon Xros Wars

Digimon Xros Wars: The Young Hunters Who Leapt Through Time[edit]

Ganemon was the master of a vast number of Zenimon and Kozenimon, and used them to gather money from the real world to fuel himself.


Video Games[edit]

Digimon Collectors[edit]

Digimon Fortune[edit]

Zenimon is an unobtainable boss Digimon.

Virtual Pets[edit]


Digimon Card Game


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References Notes
  1. Zenimon was adopted from a winning Digimon entry in the 1st Digimon Xros Wars Original Digimon Contest.
  2. Comet 「こめっと Kometto」 may be a pun on "kome" (米), Japanese for 'rice grains', referring to how rice was used as currency in feudal Japan.