Zurumon is a Slime Digimon. It was produced from the fusion of an extra-malignant computer virus and a computer hacker's evil desires, an evolutionary origin which differs from other Digimon of the special Slime type. It operates its supple body skillfully in order to crawl across the ground. The substance that composes its body is powerfully toxic, and because it spews venom-tinged bubbles from its mouth, even larger Digimon won't approach.[4]


  • Poison Bubbles (毒の泡 Doku no Awa?): Spews venom-tinged bubbles.


Zurumon is a yellow slime Digimon with red eyes and a mouth.


Zurumon (ズルモン)

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

  • Ja: Zuru. From "zuruzuru" (ずるずる? the onomatopoeia for dragging), and "zurui" (狡い? lit. "sly"), and as such is deceptive and moves by slithering.


Digimon Frontier[]

Zurumon are in the Village of Beginnings. Glean Eggs And Scram

Digimon Adventure:[]

Main article: Zurumon (Adventure:)

Digital Monster D-Project[]

Zurumon digivolves to Pagumon. A Zurumon appears as the underling to DemiDevimon in the first Area, "Plains". After being defeated, it becomes a Koromon.

Digimon World Championship[]

Zurumon appears in Slippery Swamp, and can digivolve to Kapurimon with 20 Machine AP, Pagumon with 20 Dark AP, or Motimon by passing time.

Digimon V-Pet Version V[]

Zurumon hatches from the Digi-egg, and digivolves to Pagumon after waiting about an hour.

Digimon Battle[]

Zurumon can be found and captured in Admin Bureau West, South, and North, where it is a level 3 enemy, as well as Park Town, where it is a level 8 enemy. Zurumon's unique drop is Zurumon's Poison. It has stat builds of either 2-2-2-2 or 3-2-2-1 as a captured Digimon and a stat build of 3-2-2-3 as an enemy Digimon. Zurumon's Skill 1 is Poison Bubbles, which is a distant single target skill. A Zurumon with a stat build of 2-2-2-2 digivolves to Elecmon at level 11, while a Zurumon with a stat build of 3-2-2-1 digivolves to Bearmon.

Vital Bracelet Digital Monster[]

Zurumon digivolves to Pagumon.

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