|DigiFuse forms||DigiFuse Chart|
Fusion Fighters/United Army
|Voice actors||(Ja:) Umi Tenjin (Adventure), Masashi Yabe, Yoshikazu Nagano (Frontier)|
(En:) Brian Donovan, Paul St. Peter, Neil Kaplan (Frontier)
|Cards||(Ja:) St-788, Bo-82, Bo-1154|
(En:) Bo-82, DT-37, DM-050
Mushroomon is a Vegetation Digimon. It is a tiny Digimon in the shape of a poisonous mushroom. It grows tiny mushroom bombs, powerful with toxins that induce every affliction, out of its body. If one gets hit with these mushroom bombs, they become unable to stop laughing, their body becomes completely paralyzed, all of their memories until now vanish, and they start showing various symptoms. As its personality is extremely ill-tempered, it loves to bully the weak, but it has a shy side, and always conceals half of its face.
- Fungus Cruncher (Poison S-mush): Releases its tiny mushroom bombs all at once.
- Laughing Smasher (Laugh S-mush)
- Mushroom Mash (破壊のキノコ爆弾 Hakai no Kinoko Bakudan?, lit. "Destructive Mushroom Bomb"): Throws an explosive mushroom.
- Super Shocker (Petit Thunder): Electrocutes with a small ball of electricity.
- Mushmon (マッシュモン)
Official romanization given by the Digimon Reference Book and used in Japanese media.
- Mushroom (Amanita muscaria).
Name used in Digimon Adventure and other American English media.
- Mushroom (Amanita muscaria).
Mushroomon was one of Puppetmon's playmates. He was seen briefly when T.K. was fleeing from Puppetmon. T.K. hid in the room where Mushroomon and Blossomon were. He asked them not to say anything but Mushroomon ratted him out. However, when he didn't find T.K., Puppetmon thought the two lied and killed them (that scene was cut out in the dub).
Digimon Adventure 02
During the Digimon Emperor's reign of terror, the Mushroomon lived in the territory of ShogunGekomon. However, they were among the others to fall under the control of Dark Rings so when the DigiDestined arrived, they all attacked them. Nevertheless, when the Spire was torn down, the Mushroomon were freed. Cody Hida later freed some Mushroomon from the Digimon Emperor's base and another Mushroomon was among the Digimon seen during the final battle of the series.
A Mushroomon was one of the victims of IceDevimon.
Digimon Battle Spirit
Mushroomon appears as a field enemy on the "Volcanic Island" level.
Digimon Battle Spirit 2
Digimon Data Squad
A Mushroomon was deleted by a Gizumon-XT and its data is absorbed into it once its Digi-Egg was destroyed. Another Mushroomon was seen in the Holy Capital. Some of them were seen at Baronmon's assembly there. A Mushroomon was seen in a stasis glass tube in the room where Relena Norstein was in.
Digital Monster X-Evolution
Digimon Xros Wars (manga)
Digimon World 2
Digimon World 3
Mushroomon appears as a card with Green type card and 0/2.
Digimon World Dawn and Dusk
Mushroomon is #078 and is an Attacker-class Insect/Plant species Digimon with a resistance to the Thunder element and a weakness to the Wind. Its basic stats are 107 HP, 114 MP, 77 Attack, 66 Defense, 58 Spirit, 62 Speed, and 22 Aptitude. It possesses the Powerful 2 and Antidote 1 traits.
It dwells in the Chip Forest.
Mushroomon can be hatched from the WoodsSpot Egg.
Digimon Story: Super Xros Wars Blue and Red
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory
Mushroomon is #057 and is a Plant Virus Type, Rookie level Digimon and uses 4 memory. It digivolves from Yokomon and can digivolve to MudFrigimon, Woodmon, Sunflowmon and Vegiemon. It's special attack is Fungus Crusher and its support skill is Nature Spirits which increases damage from Plant skills by 15%.
Digimon World Championship
Digimon All-Star Rumble
Mushroomon are minor enemy Digimon who appear in the Native Forest and Lava Pit story mode stages. They attack by releasing a cloud of spores around them.
Digimon Soul Chaser
Notes and references
- ↑ Digimon Frontier, "Kazemon Kicks It" 
- ↑ This attack is named "Giggle Grenade" in Digimon Frontier, "Kazemon Kicks It" , "Mushroom Smash" in Digimon Battle, and is named "Fungus Crusher" in Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory.
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 In Japanese, "smash" (スマッシュ Sumasshu?) contains the abbreviation "mush" (マッシュ Masshu?), for "mushroom". These attacks are written with ス・マッシュ (S-masshu?), to emphasize the pun.