This article is about the Digimon named "Pokomon" (ポコモン?) in Japanese materials. For the Appmon species also known as Pokomon, see Pokomon (Appmon).

Viximon is a Lesser Digimon. It is a nocturnal Digimon that digivolved from Relemon. Due to it only acting in the evening and on moonlit nights, it is said that its existence is close to an illusion. For that reason, it confers a kind of status among Tamers to raise a Viximon. It will grow into an extremely heartening Digimon depending on how it was raised. It always acts to avoid public notice, and although it is difficult to capture Viximon, who is swift and speedy despite its appearance, it will show up without thinking if you set out its favorite food of fried tofu.[5] Sightings have been reported in the vicinity of Moonmon, which shares the same nocturnal habits.[6]


  • Killing Stone (殺生石 Sesshou-seki?): Changes into a stone that spouts a toxic gas.


Viximon is a small yellow round ball with four legs, a pair of sharp pointy fox ears and a fluffy white-tipped tail.


Pokomon (ポコモン)

Official romanization given by the Digimon Reference Book, used in Japanese and some American English media.


Official name given by the Digimon Encyclopedia and used in American English media.

  • Vixen, the word for a female fox (Vulpes vulpes).


Digimon Tamers[]

Main article: Viximon (Tamers)

Digimon Savers 3D: The Digital World in Imminent Danger![]

Some Viximon play with Fresh and In-Training Digimon in the Digital World.

Digimon Fusion[]

During the battle with MegaDarknessBagramon in the Human World, some Viximon are among the many Digimon Mikey Kudo summons from the Digital World to form Shoutmon X7F Superior Mode. Final Fusion - The Fight For Earth!

Digimon Battle[]

Viximon is one of the three In-Training Digimon which beginner players can start with. It has a stat build of 2-4-2-0. Viximon's Skill 1 is Killing Stone, which is a distant single target skill. Viximon digivolves to Renamon at level 11.

Digimon Soul Chaser[]

Viximon digivolves from Relemon and can digivolve to Renamon.

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