(フレイモン Flamon)
Flamemon b
Level Hybrid[1]
Type Demon Man
Attribute Variable
Family Nature Spirits
Next forms Agunimon[2]
Partners Takuya Kanbara
Voice actors (Ja:) Junko Takeuchi (Frontier)
(En:) Michael Reisz (Frontier)

Flamemon is a Demon Man Digimon. It was transformed into a half-beast, half-man form when Agunimon lost its power. It is missing the "Combat Instinct" that Digimon naturally possess, and moreover, it has lost power. However, it is a being that has inherited the Human Spirit of Flame of AncientGreymon, so although it has lost power, ordinary Champion-class Digimon aren't a match for it. If anything, it has kindness inappropriate for a Digimon and is similar to a Champion Digimon, counterbalancing its mischievous part.[3]


  • Monkey Ball (Baby Salamander): Fires off an aura of flames.
  • Flame Tail
  • Noble Heart
  • Flame Toss


Flamemon took the appearance a humanoid-like monkey with large spiked red hair, cut-off horns and elf-like ears that had two gold hoops with green eyes as well as two marks beneath its eyes. Flamemon had dark-skin with a white marking on the left side circling its left pectoral muscle, a bushy flame-like tail and three toes with red nails. It wore ankle-length red pants with a belt that went around its sides and a large silver buckle with the symbol for fire on it; it had also red gauntlets that had a large silver ending, red rings around the ankles and red shoulder-pads.


Flamon (フレイモン)

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


Name used in Digimon Frontier and in American English media.


Digimon Frontier

Main article: Flamemon (Frontier)

Digimon Racing

Main article: Flamemon (Frontier)

Digimon Rumble Arena 2

Main article: Flamemon (Frontier)

Notes and references

  1. Flamemon's Hybrid level is equated to the Rookie level in the Digital Monster Card Game.
  2. Digimon Frontier, "Home Again, Takuya Returns" [22]
  3. Digimon Reference Book: Flamon
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