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Locomon is a Machine Digimon whose name and design are derived from the steam locomotive. It has the appearance of a steam locomotive, and its purpose in life is to keep running. It is a being which transports the data within the Network across the Digital World. Within the Digital World, where a large quantity of information comes and goes, the meaning of life for Locomon and other Vehicle-species Digimon is in how quickly they can convey that information. However, there are times when old models of Locomon have run completely wild as a result of seeking to go too quickly. Also, although its range of movement is confined because it can only run on rails, there are occasions when it has generated spacial distortions by continuously running in circles.[2]

Digimon Tamers: Runaway Locomon

Main article: Locomon (Tamers)

Digimon Fusion

Main article: Locomon (Fusion)

Digimon All-Star Rumble

Locomon is a stage hazard Digimon. In story mode, it transports tournament participants between the Factory Town and Native Forest stages, but two foes must first battle it out for the right to the ride. It is stage hazard in the Digital Station battle stage, where it will periodically rush through the bottom third of the battlefield. Anyone caught in its path will take heavy damage and then be stunned for a period of time.


  • Steam Bomb: Uses bombs of the steam blowing from its smokestack.
  • Wheel Grinder: Spins and then throws its spiked wheels.

"Locomon + Dorulumon"

"Locomon + Dorulumon" is the unnamed DigiFuse of Locomon and Dorulumon, where every wheel has a Dorulumon inside. A World Tour just for Children! The Digimon Train of Dreams It is a spoof Digimon.

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