|Title||King of Digimon|
|Next forms||Etemon (Chaos)|
* (w/ Dark Network)
|Voice actors||(Ja:) Yasunori Masutani (Adventure/Cyber Sleuth), Yoshiyuki Kouno (Xros Wars, Chief)|
(En:) Richard Epcar (Adventure/Fusion)
Etemon is a Puppet Digimon. It is an unidentified Digimon that suddenly appeared in the Digital World. It calls itself the "King of Digimon", and its fighting strength is beyond imagination. And, well, it's rumored that it pulls the strings of the mysterious Digimon "Monzaemon". It is dressed in its reinforced "Monkey Suit" (サルスーツ Saru Sūtsu?) which can endure every attack, and even today it bustles about the whole world for the sake of its unending battles.
- Concert Crush (Love Serenade): Breaks the opponent's heart and makes their fighting spirit vanish.
- Dark Network (Dark Spirits): Attacks with a dark sphere that consumes everything it touches.
- Dark Network △ C
- Monkey Kick (Monkick): Attacks with a strong hard kick.
- Dark Musical: Sings a song that is totally off-key.
Etemon is a humanoid chimpanzee wearing an orange monkey suit with a white tip on its tail. It wears a pair of black sunglasses and has a Monzaemon toy attached to the right side of its waist. It has stitches on the upper left arm and tail and a zipper on the lower right arm.
- Etemon (エテモン)
Official romanization given by the Digimon Reference Book and used in the franchise.
- (Ja:) personified monkey (猿公 Etekou?)
Digimon Adventure: Anode/Cathode Tamer
Digimon Adventure 02: Tag Tamers
Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer
Etemon are enemies in Trap Crevasse.
The Etemon card, titled "PF Konzetsu Card", increases resistance to eradication.
Digimon Tamers: Digimon Medley
Digimon Adventure V-Tamer 01
Etemon digivolves from Sukamon. Etemon can also be raised with the Gold Banana digivolution item. A wild Etemon lives in a Native Forest tree house, waiting until File City reaches 50 Prosperity Points to attack the player. Once defeated, Etemon goes to File City but is quickly expelled by the other Digimon for his cheeky nature. He can be found selling Gold Bananas near Digimon Bridge, but only after Machinedramon was defeated.
Digimon World 2
Digimon World 3
Etemon can be found in Asuka's West Sector, at North Badlands West. He will often heal himself in battle if his health gets low. Defeating him could earn you a Super Charge. However, Etemons can also be found on Amaterasu's Duel Island, but can only be card battled. He is also available as a green card with stats 25/25.
Digimon World: Next Order
Etemon is a Filth Virus type, Ultimate level Digimon. It digivolves from Vegiemon, Nanimon, BlackGarurumon and Geremon and can digivolve into MetalEtemon, MegaGargomon and PlatinumNumemon. If the poop gauge hits max, it will digivolve into PlatinumSukamon.
Digimon Digital Card Battle
Etemon belongs to the Rare card group. He can obtained as Ultimate Digimon if you choose Hawkmon as your partner.
Digimon Battle Spirit
Etemon digivolves from Sukamon.
Digimon World DS
Digimon World Data Squad
Etemon can be found in the Doomsday Forest. When encountered, a different theme will play than usual. Etemon can attack in groups varying from 1-4. Etemon tends to abuse an attack that lowers the opponent's sympathy levels that targets all enemies at once. This attack is dangerous at lower levels and can cause the player's Digimon to be only able to flee in some cases.
Digimon World Dawn and Dusk
Etemon is #200, and is an Ultimate-level, Technical-class, Beast-species Digimon with a resistance to the Earth element and weakness to the Fire element. Its basic stats are 204 HP, 229 MP, 116 Attack, 125 Defense, 106 Spirit, 92 Speed, and 46 Aptitude. It possesses the Sleep Ward3, Protect 4, and Skill Adept traits.
It dwells in the Proxy Island.
Etemon can also DNA digivolve from any two of Geremon, JungleMojyamon and Sukamon, if the base Digimon is at least level 29, with 3200 Beast experience, and 155 spirit. Etemon can DNA digivolve to Ghoulmon (Black) with Ponchomon.
Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth
Etemon is a Dark Virus Type, Ultimate level Digimon and uses 12 memory. It digivolves from Geremon, Sukamon, Numemon and PlatinumSukamon can digivolve to Piedmon, PlatinumNumemon and MetalEtemon. Its special attack is Love Serenade and its support skill is Muscle Monkey Suit which reduces physical damage received by 15%.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory
Etemon is #151 and is a Dark Virus Type, Ultimate level Digimon and uses 12 memory. It digivolves from Geremon, Sukamon, Numemon and PlatinumSukamon can digivolve to Piedmon, PlatinumNumemon, MetalEtemon, KingEtemon and PileVolcanomon. Its special attack is Love Serenade and its support skill is Muscle Monkey Suit which reduces physical damage received by 15%.
Digimon World Championship
Etemon digivolves from Sukamon with 8 battles , or Ogremon with 4 penalties , or Meramon by passing time. Etemon digivolves to MetalEtemon with 50 virus AP, and 14 battles 50% wins. in an email recieved (in game) by "MOTHER", she describes the virus digivolution step as "exposing Etemon to a lot of virus". In this, she means traing it in virus AP.
Digimon V-Pet Version III
Etemon digivolves from Sukamon. In order to digivolve to Etemon, your Sukamon must fight at least 15 battles with a winning percentage of 40% or greater. Etemon is stronger than Andromon and Giromon, the other Ultimate Digimon in Version III.
Notes and references
- ↑ 2000 Bandai D-Terminal English toy
- ↑ Digimon Battle Spirit
- ↑ Digimon Battle
- ↑ Digimon Adventure, "The Earthquake of Metalgreymon" 
- ↑ This attack retains its original name of "Love Serenade" in Digimon World Data Squad, Digimon World Dawn and Dusk, Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth, Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory, and Digimon Links.
- ↑ This attack retains its original name of "Dark Spirits" in Digimon World Data Squad.
- ↑ This attack retains its original name of "Monkick" in Digimon World Data Squad.
- ↑ Digimon Adventure 02: Tag Tamers FAQ by Ajora Fravashi To Bring Back Yesterday (2005-05-05) Retrieved on 2009-06-19.
- ↑ Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer (WSC) FAQ/Walkthrough by Ajora Fravashi GameFAQs (2003-07-05) Retrieved on 2009-06-09.