Level Ultimate
Attribute Virus
Family Vegetation
Prior forms Cantaloupe (x5)




  • Seed Strike:
  • Melon Kick:

Other Forms

The name "Patamon" refers to only the Rookie form of this Digimon. Throughout the series, Patamon gains the ability to Digivolve into a number of more powerful forms (each with a different name). However, the Rookie form remains as the most common and preferred form, due to the amount of energy required to stay in a higher form.

Melon Ball(s)

Poyomon t

Poyomon is Patamon's Fresh form. Poyomon's name comes from the Japanese word "poyon", an adjective which means "soft and mushy".


  • Bubble Blow (Acid Bubbles): An attack that fires bubbles from the mouth.


Tokomon t

Tokomon is the In-Training form of Patamon. The name "Tokomon" comes from "tokoton", a Japanese word meaning "the very last".

When Patamon becomes really weak due, such as after a DNA Digivolution, he is most likely to revert to this form.


  • Bubble Blow (Acid Bubbles): An attack that involves firing bubbles from the mouth.


Pegasusmon t

Pegasusmon, the "Flying Hope" (or "the hope that gallops across the skies" (Amakakeru Kibou) in Japan), is the form Patamon becomes when he Armor Digivolves using the Digi-Egg of Hope.


  • Star Shower (Shooting Star): Pegasusmon shoots a cluster of stars from his wings.
  • Equus Beam (Silver Blaze): Shoots a green beam from his forehead.
  • Wind Mane (Needle Rain): Pegasusmon sends out a shower of needles from his mane.
  • Golden Noose (Sanctuary Bind): Pegasusmon partners with Nefertimon to bind enemies with a rope of golden light.