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#REDIRECT [[List of Fresh digimon#Conomon]]
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{{Digimon Infobox
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|name=Conomon
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|katakana=ココモン
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|japname=Cocomon
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|image=[[File:Conomon b.jpg]]
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|level=Fresh
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|attribute=None
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|attribute2=Free<!--Digimon Pendulum Ver.20th-->
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|family=
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|type=Slime
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|from=
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|to=[[Kokomon]]<ref>{{cite book|title=V-Jump Digimon Tamers Kōshiki Daizukan VI|year=2002|publisher=Shueisha|language=Japanese|isbn=4-08-779170-X|pages=19}}</ref>
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|partner=[[Suzie Wong]]<ref>''Digimon Series Memorial Book''</ref>
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|s1=Zerimon
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}}
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'''Conomon''' is a Slime Digimon. Conomon and [[Zerimon]] are extremely rare Digimon which are born in pairs from a single {{c|Digi-Egg|Level}}. The reason why only [[Zerimon]] and Cocomon are born as twins is unclear at the present stage. Moreover, they are not restricted to always being born as twins, and either a Zerimon or Conomon may be born from a single Digi-Egg. Compared to the extremely energetic, one-horned Zerimon, the three-horned Conomon has a relatively docile personality. Like other Fresh Digimon, it spits acid bubbles to intimidate opponents.{{DRB|Cocomon}}
   
[[Category:Fresh Digimon]]
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<u>'''Attacks'''</u>
[[Category:Data Digimon]]
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*{{nihongo|'''San no Awa'''|酸の泡||lit. "Acid Bubbles"}}: Spits acid bubbles to intimidate opponents.
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{{TOClimit|2}}
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==Design==
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Conomon is a small brown blob with a long, frayed tail. Unlike its twin [[Zerimon]], it has three horns.
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===Etymologies===
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;Cocomon (ココモン)
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Official romanization given by the [[Digimon Reference Book]] and used in Japanese media.
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*('''Ja:''') {{ws|Theobroma cacao|Cocoa tree}}.
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;Conomon
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Name used in American English media.
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*('''Ita:''') {{wikt|cono|Cono}} (lit. "cone"), likely a reference to {{w|ice cream cone}}.
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==Fiction==
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===Digimon Tamers===
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{{main|Conomon (Tamers)}}
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===Digimon Frontier===
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{{main|Digimon School Students (Frontier)|Conomon (Frontier)}}
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Conomon are among the babies in the {{c|Village of Beginnings|f}} and stand up to fight the {{c|Royal Knights|f}} when they attack.{{storylink|Glean Eggs And Scram}}
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===Digimon World: Next Order===
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Conomon is a Neutral Free type, Training I level Digimon. It can digivolve into [[Kokomon]].
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===Digimon ReArise===
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Conomon digivolves to [[Kokomon]].
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==Notes and references==
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{{reflist}}
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[[de:Conomon]]

Latest revision as of 15:16, November 21, 2019

Conomon
(ココモン Cocomon)
Conomon b
Level Fresh
Type Slime
Attribute None
Free
Next forms Kokomon[1]
Partners Suzie Wong[2]
Variations
Zerimon

Conomon is a Slime Digimon. Conomon and Zerimon are extremely rare Digimon which are born in pairs from a single Digi-Egg. The reason why only Zerimon and Cocomon are born as twins is unclear at the present stage. Moreover, they are not restricted to always being born as twins, and either a Zerimon or Conomon may be born from a single Digi-Egg. Compared to the extremely energetic, one-horned Zerimon, the three-horned Conomon has a relatively docile personality. Like other Fresh Digimon, it spits acid bubbles to intimidate opponents.[3]

Attacks

  • San no Awa (酸の泡? lit. "Acid Bubbles"): Spits acid bubbles to intimidate opponents.

DesignEdit

Conomon is a small brown blob with a long, frayed tail. Unlike its twin Zerimon, it has three horns.

EtymologiesEdit

Cocomon (ココモン)

Official romanization given by the Digimon Reference Book and used in Japanese media.

Conomon

Name used in American English media.

FictionEdit

Digimon TamersEdit

Main article: Conomon (Tamers)

Digimon FrontierEdit

Conomon are among the babies in the Village of Beginnings and stand up to fight the Royal Knights when they attack. Glean Eggs And Scram

Digimon World: Next OrderEdit

Conomon is a Neutral Free type, Training I level Digimon. It can digivolve into Kokomon.

Digimon ReAriseEdit

Conomon digivolves to Kokomon.

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. (2002) V-Jump Digimon Tamers Kōshiki Daizukan VI (in Japanese). Shueisha, 19. ISBN 4-08-779170-X. 
  2. Digimon Series Memorial Book
  3. Digimon Reference Book: Cocomon
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