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Meicoomon
(メイクーモン)
Meicoomon b
Level Champion
Type Unidentified
Attribute Unidentified
Family Nature Spirits
Debut Digimon Adventure tri.,
"Reunion" [01]
Prior forms Salamon[1]
Next forms Meicrackmon[2][citation needed]
Meicrackmon Vicious Mode[3]
Rasielmon[4]
Slide forms Meicoomon (Saltation)[5]
Partners Meiko Mochizuki
Voice actors (Ja:) Yukiko Morishita (Adventure tri.)
(En:) Kate Higgins (Adventure tri.)
Cards (Ja:) Re-84
Gallery

Meicoomon is an Unidentified Digimon. Its large ears and tail are its defining characteristics.[6]

Attacks

  • X Scratch: Scratches enemies with long claws.
  • Trichobezoar
  • Shut Claw

Design

Meicoomon's design is derived from the Maine Coon. It is a bipedal cat-like creature with orange fur on most of its body, and white on its snout, paws, and inner ears, as well as a white mane. It has many black spots on its head fur. Meicoomon has green eyes with cross-shaped pupils, that turn red with X shaped pupils when threatened. It also has a tail, and two scarf-like appendages on each neck. Both the tail and the scarf-like appendages have multiple black "X" on it, and X-shaped protrusion on its end. It also has white hexagonal crystals with golden borders on its fore legs.

Etymologies

Meicoomon (メイクーモン)

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

  • Meicoo. From the Maine Coon cat breed (メインクーン Mein Kūn?).

Fiction

Digimon Adventure tri.

Main article: Meicoomon (Adventure)

Digimon World: Next Order

Main article: Meicoomon (Adventure)

Meicoomon is a Neutral Unknown type, Champion level Digimon. It digivolves from Salamon and Keramon and can digivolve into LadyDevimon, Angewomon and Meicrackmon Vicious Mode. If the poop gauge hits max, it will digivolve into PlatinumSukamon.

Digimon Links

Meicoomon is a Champion level Digimon and can digivolve from Salamon and can digivolve to Meicrackmon Vicious Mode.

Digimon Pendulum Ver.20th

Meicoomon digivolves from Salamon and can Digivolve to Meicrackmon and Meicrackmon Vicious Mode.

Notes and references