|DigiFuse forms||Shoutmon X7F Superior Mode|
|Voice actors||(Ja:) Shihomi Mizowaki (Adventure/tri.)|
(En:) Anna Garduno (Adventure/tri )
Tanemon is a Bulb Digimon. It has something that looks like a plant sprout burgeoning from its head. It is a Yuramon that wandered in search of an optimal environment, then settled to the ground and digivolved. Due to its extremely timid personality, if it senses an intruder's presence, it will burrow with the four feet at the base of its body, and completely bury its body portion under the ground. Once it is completely hidden underground, the thing growing from its head assumes the camouflage of a plant, allowing it to defend its body from intruders. However, this is ineffective against herbivorous Digimon.
- Bubbles (泡 Awa?, lit. "Bubbles"): Fires harmless pink bubbles.
- Adhesive Bubble Blow (粘着性の泡 Nenchakusei no Awa?, lit. "Adhesive Bubbles"): Spits out some bubbles.
- Frothy Spit (さんのアワ San no Awa?, lit. "Acid Bubbles"): Spits acid foam at an enemy.
- Tackle: A powerful charge used against the opponent.
- Tanemon (タネモン)
Official romanization given by the Digimon Reference Book and used in the franchise.
Digimon Adventure (PSP)
Digimon Adventure 02
Digimon Tamers: Brave Tamer
Some Tanemon are at the Fortuneteller Village , the Autumn Leaf Fair during the DigiDestined's first visit , and the Great Trailmon Race. Other Tanemon are among the babies in the Village of Beginnings and stand up to fight the Royal Knights when they attack.
Digimon Data Squad
After the Digital World is reformatted by Lord Bagra, Tanemons inhabit Honey Land, where they are constantly drained of their energy by the Honeybeemon. During the battle with MegaDarknessBagramon in the Human World, they are among the many Digimon Mikey summons from the Digital World to form Shoutmon X7F Superior Mode.
Digimon Adventure tri.
Tanemon digivolves from Yuramon.
Digimon World DS
A Digimon in training with something resembling a sprouting plant growing out of its head. It sometimes uses its four limbs to dig holes in which to bury itself. Tanemon can digivolve into either Palmon, Lalamon, or Renamon depending on its stats. It is also a "Starter Digimon". It's a MP type. More also appear in Data Forest.
Digimon World Dawn and Dusk
Tanemon is #006 in Digimon World Dawn and Dusk, and is an MP-type Insect/Plant species Digimon with a resistance to the Lightning element and a weakness to the Wind element. Its basic stats are 63 HP, 82 MP, 38 Attack, 31 Defense, 33 Spirit, 30 Speed, and 10 Aptitude. It possesses the Psychic 1 trait. It dwells in the Chip Forest.
Digimon World Championship
Digimon World: Next Order
Digimon Story: Lost Evolution
Tanemon is #006, and is an In-training level, MP-type, Plant-species Digimon with a resistance to the Water element, and a weakness to the Fire element. It possesses the Escaping Feet skill.
It dwells in the Heritage Cape.
It can be hatched from the Green Egg.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth
Tanemon is at the Training II level. It is a Free type, Plant Attribute, has no equip slots and uses up 3 memory. It's special move is Bubbles; it does not learn any inherited skills. Tanemon digivolves from Pabumon and can digivolve into Palmon, Lalamon and Renamon. Its Support Skill is Innocent Eyes which increases ACU and EVA by 1%.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory
Tanemon is #008 and is at the Training II level. It is a Free type, Plant Attribute, has no equip slots and uses up 3 memory. It's special move is Adhesive Bubble Blow; and it learns Gaia Element I at level 5. Tanemon digivolves from Pabumon and can digivolve into Palmon, Lalamon, Renamon, and FanBeemon. Its Support Skill is Innocent Eyes which increases ACU and EVA by 1%. Its basic stats are 400 HP, 20 SP, 32 ATK, 29 DEF, 24 INT and 25 SPD.
Tanemon is an obtainable in-training [extra] mercenary digimon. It digivolves into Tanemon [Champion] at LVL 11, Tanemon [Ultimate] at LVL 25 and Tanemon [Mega] at LVL 41. It can also be summoned with a special card in which is referred to as "Mutation".
Notes and References
- ↑ Tanemon is also treated as a "Champion", "Ultimate", and "Mega" Digimon in Digimon Masters.
- ↑ Digimon Adventure, "The Ultimate Clash" 
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Digimon Masters
- ↑ Digimon Encounters
- ↑ Digimon Adventure, "And so it begins..." 
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 Digimon World Dusk
- ↑ Digimon Fusion, "Final Fusion - The Fight For Earth!" 
- ↑ This attack is named "Bubble Blow" on its first season trading card, and is named "Bubble" in Digimon Links.