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Title King of Etemon
(キング・オブ・エテモン Kingu Obu Etemon?)
King of Kings
(キング・オブ・キングス Kingu Obu Kingusu?)
Fake Royal Knight
(偽のロイヤルナイツ Nise no Roiyaru Naitsu?)
Level Mega
Type Puppet
Attribute Virus
Family Nightmare Soldiers
Metal Empire
Prior forms MetalEtemon[1]
Cards (Ja:) St-884, Bo-215, Bo-529, 2-057
(En:) DT-153

KingEtemon is a Puppet Digimon whose name and design are derived from "King Etemon". It styles itself among other Etemon as the "King of Etemon", and after all, it is an ultimate form that is said to be a being set at the top. It gets even more carried away and calls itself the "King of Kings". It is snazzily dressed in its "Monkey Suit" (サルスーツ Saru Sūtsu?), engraved with the characters "Great King" (大王 Daiou?) on its chest, but although it swaggers around with the affectation of a star, it only earns derision from other Digimon.[2] It bears the Crest of Courage on its belt.

Super Evolution Stage Digimon Adventure tri. ~August 1 Adventure~

Digimon World 3

KingEtemon is the Duel King of the Duel Island in Amaterasu Server. He will give you the Sun Trophy if you beat him in Card Battle. KingEtemon can also be found in Amaterasu's West Sector, in North Badlands (East). He is also available as a Green Mega Card with 38/35.

Digimon World DS

KingEtemon appears as an NPC in the game. He went by the name EteKing the Third, and had stolen lots of food from the many Digi-Farms. Once the player accepted a quest from a Digimon, he/she would find KingEtemon in Steamy Jungle. Just before the player is done for, three members of DATS storm in, keeping this Digimon from escaping and bringing him to justice.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory

KingEtemon is #235 and is a Earth Virus Type, Mega level Digimon and uses 18 memory. It digivolves from Etemon, ShogunGekomon and Pandamon. Its special attack is Monkey Wrench and its support skill is Muscle Monkey Suit which reduces physical damage received by 15%.

Digimon Masters


  • Monkey Wrench (サルしばい Saru Shibai?, lit. "Monkey Play"): Puts up a false show that cripples the opponent's fighting spirit.
  • King Mon-kick

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