Dokugumon is an Insectoid Digimon whose name and design is derived from the Wolf Spider (Lycosa coelestis) (毒蜘蛛 Dokugumo?). Dokugumon is said to have computer viruses running through its body. They are presided over by their queen, Arukenimon.
Digimon Adventure 02Edit
A Dokugumon is under the control of the Digimon Emperor's Dark Spiral. He hurts Hawkmon badly when he throws himself in front of Dokugumon's attack to protect Yolei Inoue but is then defeated by Flamedramon and freed of the Emperor's control.
Another Dokugumon is under the control of Arukenimon's flute at the Giga House, which captures three of the kids in her web. When Digimon start to appear in the Real World, a Dokugumon, alongside a Minotarumon, appears in the Mayan Ruins. She is defeated by Stingmon and Monochromon and sent back to the Digital World.
Digimon Data SquadEdit
A bunch of Dokugumon work for MetalPhantomon. They use their web powers to trap the DATS members in their threads so that MetalPhantomon can induce nightmares into them. Most are destroyed by GeoGreymon and Sunflowmon, and some are killed by MetalPhantomon during his battle with MachGaogamon.
Digimon World 3Edit
Dokugumon are random enemies at Protocol Forest and Asuka's West Sector. It can drop "Spider Web", necessary to make the "Fishing Pole".
Digimon World Dawn and DuskEdit
Dokugumon is #187, and is a Champion-level, Attacker-class, Insect-Plant-species Digimon with a resistance to the Lightning element and weakness to the Wind element. Its basic stats are 158 HP, 181 MP, 107 Attack, 87 Defense, 62 Spirit, 84 Speed, and 37 Aptitude. It possesses the ThunderSign3 and Antidote 2 traits.
It dwells in the Resistor Jungle.
Digimon Story: Lost EvolutionEdit
- Poison Cobweb (Stinger Poration): Fires a poisonous blast from its mouth.
- Poison Thread (Arachno Batoto): Shoots a web from its spinnerets.
Notes and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ V-Jump Digimon Adventure Official Encyclopedia (ISBN 4-08-779047-9), translated by Grímúlfr: "As children of Dokugumon, they defeat enemies while moving in groups!"
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Digimon Battle
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Digimon Encyclopedia: Voice Actors: Digimon Adventure Cast/Character List
- ↑ Digimon Encyclopedia: Voice Actors: Digimon Tamers Cast/Character List
- ↑ Digimon Reference Book: Archnemon
- ↑ This attack is named "Venom Blast" in Digimon Tamers, "O Partner, Where Art Thou?" , and "Worm Venom" on Bo-141.
- ↑ This attack is named "Poison Ride" on Bo-141.