Unnamed French DigiDestined
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|Voice actors||(Ja:) Yasuhiro Takato (Adventure), Hiroaki Hirata (Adventure 02)|
(En:) Michael Sorich (Adventure/Frontier), Dave Mallow (Data Squad)
Elecmon is a Mammal Digimon. It retained Tsunomon's mammal-like elements and digivolved. It's very curious and lively, and inherited its prank-loving personality from Tsunomon. Also, Elecmon possesses nine tails, and during battle, it fans out its tail like the plumage of a peacock to intimidate its opponent.
- Super Thunder Strike (Sparkling Thunder): Shoots electric bolts from its tails.
- Body Attack (たいあたり Tai Atari?, lit. "Body Blow")
- Nine Tails: Smacks foe with its electrically-charged tails.
- Lightning Knife (Thunder Knife): Stealthily releases three knives of electricity.
Elecmon resembles a skunk-like creature with nine tails, blue eyes, and long ears. It is red with a white underbelly and violet markings.
- Elecmon (エレキモン)
Official romanization given by the Digimon Reference Book and used in the franchise.
- (En:) Electricity.
An Elecmon is a patron at Digitamamon's diner during the period where Joe and Matt work there.
Digimon Adventure: Anode/Cathode Tamer
Elecmon are recruitable enemies in File Island—Left. He is a Data-type Digimon who fights on Land.
Digimon Adventure 02
The Digimon Emperor pursued an Elecmon on the back of a Tuskmon and captured it. He had it fight another Elecmon under the control of the Dark Ring. Cody Hida, Digmon and Tentomon freed a bunch of Elecmon as well as some Deramon, Floramon, and Mushroomon. A bunch were seen fleeing a town that Kimeramon destroyed. An Elecmon was seen as a partner to an unnamed French DigiDestined and it's possible that same Elecmon was seen during the final battle against MaloMyotismon.
Digimon Adventure 02: Tag Tamers
Elecmon runs the D-Terminal Colosseum, which allows transfer of Digimon between the game and a D-Terminal device.
Elecmon are normal enemies in Ken's side of Plume Cave, Machine Continent overworld, and Machine Base.
Elecmon digivolves from Tsunomon to Tyrannomon with a Digi-Egg and DarkTyrannomon without in lines 38 and 41, from Tsunomon to Starmon with and Shellmon without in line 45 and 64, and from Nyaromon to Veedramon with and Tuskmon without in line 7.
Digimon Adventure tri.
An Elecmon was seen as a frozen victim of IceDevimon.
Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer
Elecmon are enemies in the Crevasse of Two Nails.
The Elecmon card, titled "PF Controller", is a Rank 2 card which prevents the control button rewrites on electric panels.
Digimon Data Squad
An Elecmon ran wild in the human world after a gang leader named Boomer (who Marcus recently defeated) became impatient with the stoplight changing, and eventually digivolved into BlackGarurumon. Some injured Elecmon were seen in the care of Cherrymon and the Nyokimon that he protects. An Elecmon was seen in a stasis glass tube in the room where Thomas H. Norstein's sister was in.
An Elecmon fell in Airu Suzaki's trap.
Elecmon is found in Gear Savanna by the entrance to Factorial Town. It shocks the Mameo three times before joining the city, and cuts off a large amount of HP from his's partner Digimon in the process.
Elecmon digivolves from Tsunomon and can digivolve into Leomon, Angemon, Kokatorimon, and Bakemon. If not meeting the requirements to digivolve to Champion, it will digivolve to Numemon. If the waste gauge hits maximum, it will digivolve to Sukamon. When killed in battle, it has a 10% to digivolve to Bakemon. If the happiness and discipline gauges are empty, and it is scolded, it will digivolve to Nanimon.
Digimon World 2
Digimon World 3
Elecmon is only available as a White Rookie Card with 2/1. He is also the Digimon that trains your Thunder Tolerance.
Digimon World Championship
Digital Monster D-Project
Elecmon digivolves from Nyaromon into RedVeedramon. The Mummymon in Area 4 will turn into Elecmon once beaten; in the post-game, this Elecmon will digivolve first into Zhuqiaomon with Azulongmon at his side, and then into Ebonwumon with Baihumon at his side.
Digimon Digital Card Battle
The Elecmon card is #100 and is a Rookie level Nature-type card with 650 HP, needing 0 DP to digivolve into, and worth 20 DP in the DP Slot. Its attack, "Super Thunder Strike", inflicts 310 damage, its attack, "Nine Tails", inflicts 240 damage, and its attack, "Lightning Knife", inflicts 130 damage, and deal triple damage to foes of the Ice Specialty. Its support effect is "If opponent's Specialty is Ice, boost own Attack Power +300."
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth
Elecmon is an Electric Data Type, Rookie level Digimon and uses 4 memory. It digivolves from Yokomon and can digivolve to Garurumon, Garurumon (Black), Geremon, Sukamon, Nanimon, and Leomon. It's special attack is Thunder Cloud and its support skill is Metal Empire which increases damage from electric attacks by 15%.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory
Elecmon is #023 and is an Electric Data Type, Rookie level Digimon and uses 4 memory. It digivolves from Yokomon and can digivolve to Garurumon, Garurumon (Black), Geremon, Sukamon, Nanimon, and Leomon. It's special attack is Thunder Cloud and its support skill is Metal Empire which increases damage from electric attacks by 15%.
Elecmon can be found as a Level 13 enemy on the Forest of Peace map. Elecmon is one of Zurumon's Rookie forms, with Leomon, Panjamon, and SaberLeomon as its digivolutions. It is also the rookie form of the Yokomon mutant which may digivolve to Grizzlymon at LV 21, then Monzaemon at LV 31, and finally Machinedramon at LV 41.
Elecmon can be found in Small Forest Trail.
Elecmon can digivolve to Aegiomon.
Digimon Soul Chaser
Notes and references
- ↑ 2000 Bandai D-Terminal English toy
- ↑ Digimon Reference Book: Elecmon: "A Mammal Digimon that retained Tunomon's mammal-like elements and evolved."
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Digimon Battle
- ↑ Digimon Data Squad, "The Ultimate Team No More?" 
- ↑ D-Power 3.0
- ↑ This attack is named "S-Thunder Smack" in Digimon World 2, "Thunder Cloud" in Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth, Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory, and Digimon Links, and retains its original name of "Sparkling Thunder" on Bo-61.