Starmon (2010 anime)[8] is a Major Digimon. The "Starmons" are composed of a corps of several Pickmon with a Starmon at their heart. The will of the corps is at the discretion of Starmon, the Head of the corps, and the Head's decisions are briskly and unconditionally followed by the Pickmon, keeping them from falling out of line as they maneuver according to Starmon's directions. There is definitely a strict hierarchy, and the complex maneuvers that are demanded by Starmon are demonstrated by the Pickmon, such as the corps techniques named "Meteor Squall" and "Wish Upon A Star". As Starmon has a cheerful, showy personality, it is an extreme optimist. Basically, it never gets depressed, and if it even seems depressed it seems to only be thinking things like, "I may be down, but don't I look good?" Because of that, even though it is taken lightly by other Digimon, it certainly doesn't worry about itself at all.[9]


  • Rock 'n' Rolling: Throws itself forward while spinning
  • Star Storm (Wish Upon a Star): Demonstrates a complex maneuver in which it releases a multitude of miniature stars.

Unison Attacks

  • Meteor Shower[10] (Meteor Squall): Orders the Pickmon to perform a complex maneuver in which they rain down like meteors.
  • Star Axe


Starmon (2010 anime) is a star-shaped being wearing sunglasses.


Starmon (スターモン)

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


Digimon Fusion[]

Main article: Starmons (Fusion)

Digimon Xros Wars (manga)[]

Main article: Starmons (Fusion)

Digimon Story: Super Xros Wars Red and Blue[]

Main article: Starmons (Fusion)

Starmon DigiFuses to Shoutmon + Star Sword with Shoutmon, to Shoutmon X4 with Shoutmon, Ballistamon, and Dorulumon, to Shoutmon X4B with Shoutmon, Ballistamon, Dorulumon, and Beelzemon (2010 anime), to Shoutmon X4S with Shoutmon, Ballistamon, Dorulumon, and Spadamon, and to Shoutmon X5 with Shoutmon, Ballistamon, Dorulumon, and Sparrowmon.

Wild Starmon are found in Digital Space S.

Digimon Masters[]

Main article: Starmons (Fusion)

Starmons is both a Champion and Mega-level Mercenary Digimon. The Champion form digivolves to the Mega form, and the Mega form can Jogress to Shoutmon X4 with Shoutmon, Ballistamon, and Dorulumon, and to Shoutmon X5 with Shoutmon, Ballistamon, Dorulumon, and Sparrowmon.

Digimon Soul Chaser[]

Starmon (2010 anime) digivolves to Starmon.

Notes and References[]

  1. Starmon (2010 anime) has no level in Digimon Jintrix and is both a Champion and Mega level Digimon in Digimon Masters.
  2. Digimon Reference Book: Pickmon: "For that reason, there are more than a few Pickmon who have given up midway on becoming a Starmon, then left and gone back home, but nevertheless, Pickmon that work hard, aim at independence, and stand out from the crowd will succeed in being promoted to Major and becoming a Starmon."
  3. 3.0 3.1 Digimon Masters
  4. A Targeted Taiki! The Super-Celebrity's Warcry! Starmon: He's a legendary existence that only the biggest mood maker and the coolest among the Starmon family gets to evolve into!
  5. Digimon Xros Wars, "Xros Stars!! Like a Shooting Star!!" [18]
  6. Digimon Collectors
  7. Digimon Soul Chaser
  8. This name contains elements used for organizational purposes. Official names may or may not coincide with the organization parser we have chosen. The current official name we have for this species is "Starmon".
  9. Digimon Reference Book: Starmons
  10. This attack is voiced as "Meteor Squall" in English during the Data Files section of Digimon Fusion, "Island Zone in Chaos!" [04] and retains its original name of "Meteor Squall" in Digimon Masters.