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ShinMonzaemon is a Puppet Digimon. It is a Digimon that Digivolved as a result of nightmare-related data absorbed and analyzed by Monzaemon. At first glance, it looks like a teddy bear, but is actually made of a mysterious substance that is both squishy and amorphous, like some kind of cross between slime and clouds. ShinMonzaemon is a moody Digimon with a childish personality that does not make decisions based in logic. It likes simple and cute things, causing it to target immature Digimon Rookie level and below. On the other hand, ShinMonzaemon considers Digimon that have grown beyond Rookie to be repulsive existences imbued with impure data, and despises even being close to them. When ShinMonzaemon feeds, it extends its soft wings to envelope its prey. Since its entire body is made of extremely powerful energy, even the softest touch from it is said to be enough to cause very weak Digimon to lose consciousness.[2]

Attacks

  • Nightmare Rain: Sends countless parts of its body flying to steal its target's consciousness.
  • Fantastic Smash (Fancy Fantasista): Changes its right arm into a hammer and then crushes its enemy
  • Sweetheart Attack (Sweet Lovely Attack): Fires a laser from its left eye to pierce its target's DigiCore.

Design[]

Etymologies[]

ShinMonzaemon (しんもんざえモン)

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

Fiction[]

Digimon Liberator[]

During one of Shoto Kazama and Arisa Kinosaki's duels, Arisa seems to have digivolved her ST19-10: ExTyrannomon into ST19-13: ShinMonzaemon. She has it attack Shoto directly for the win, as he has no security cards left. DigitalGate Open

Vital Bracelet BE[]

In the 25th Anniversary BEMemory, ShinMonzaemon digivolves from Monzaemon.

In the Ryudamon (BEMemory), ShinMonzaemon digivolves from Monzaemon and Orochimon.

Digital Monster COLOR Ver.1[]

ShinMonzaemon digivolves from Monzaemon.

Notes and references[]

  1. Digimon Reference Book: ShinMonzaemon: "A Puppet Digimon that Digivolved as a result of nightmare-related data absorbed and analyzed by Monzaemon."
  2. Digimon Reference Book: ShinMonzaemon
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