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|Voice actors||(Ja:) Yasuhiro Takato (Frontier, Gotsumon), Yūsuke Oguri, Ryō Naitō (Frontier, Moon Base), Ken Maeda (Savers)|
(En:) R. Martin Klein (Frontier, Gotsumon), Dave Wittenberg, Joe Ochman, Steve Kramer (Frontier, Moon)
Meteormon is an Ore Digimon whose names and design are derived from the meteorite (隕石 Inseki?). It is a form of Gotsumon which for some reason had the meteorite data within the ore data it possesses appear on its surface. It is made from a hard material which only exists in space, and possesses powerful defensive ability.
Digimon Data Squad
After the DATS returned to the Digital World in order to settle things with Merukimon, Gotsumon sicced a Zudomon on them. When the DATS defeated it, Gotsumon digivolved to Meteormon. At first, he was too quick for the DATS, but he was finally destroyed by RiseGreymon.
Meteormon is found in the Ancient Speedy Zone. Hiro decides to find a meteor he learned about from Tyranomon in hopes that it was the source of the island's troubles. After beating the location of a secret walkway out of a Saberdramon, he comes across the meteor. When the he tries to crack him open, thinking he is a meteorite, he reveals himself and attacks. After beating him, he explains that a whole village of Meteormon live in space and drop down onto earth in childhood. They then spend many years in hibernation until they are fully grow. However, due to the strange time manipulation in the Speedy Time Zone, Meteormon awakened very early. He then says he wants to explore the island and rolls away, never to be seen again. After you come back in Meteormon's area, you can find Nanimon and if it is the first or fifth time you meet him the tamer will be awarded a keychain.
Digimon World Digital Card Battle
A Meteormon card can be obtained as an extra card for the Veemon Starter Pack. The Meteormon card is #011 and is an Ultimate level Fire-type card with 1150 HP, needing 30 DP to digivolve into, and worth 10 DP in the DP Slot. Its attacks are:
- "Big Bang Blow": inflicts 750 damage.
- "Falling Star": inflicts 400 damage.
- "Cosmic Flash": inflicts 200 damage, and sets the opponent's attack to 0.
Its support effect is "Lower opponent's Attack Power to 0."
Digimon World 2
Meteormon digivolves from Centarumon, Drimogemon, Icemon, JungleMojyamon, MudFrigimon, and NiseDrimogemon, and can digivolve to MetalGarurumon or Baihumon. His speciality is Machine and his special attack is Invincible, which evades all attacks.
Digimon World 3
Meteormon is only available as a Brown Ultimate Card with 21/23.
Digimon World DS
Meteormon digivolves from Hookmon. Meteormon also appears in Chrome Mine.
Digimon World Dawn and Dusk
Meteormon is #254, and is an Ultimate-level, Speed-class, Machine-species Digimon with a resistance to the Steel element and weakness to the Water element. Its basic stats are 231 HP, 243 MP, 121 Attack, 129 Defense, 88 Spirit, 108 Speed, and 55 Aptitude. It possesses the Speed 4, Protect 4, and Ether Eddy4 traits.
It dwells in the Magnet Mine.
Meteormon digivolves from Icemon. In order to digivolve or degenerate to Meteormon, your Digimon must be at least level 37, with 210 defense and 175 speed.
Meteormon can be hatched from the Metal Egg.
Digivolves from Icemon at level 25 and digivolves to MetalEtemon at level 41.
Meteormon are also common enemies found in Oil Refinery 2 and Oil Refinery 3.
- Galactic Flare (Cosmo Flash): Emits a mysterious, cosmic energy wave.
- Rock Tornado: Swings arms wildly while moving towards the enemy.
- Falling Star: Drops a meteorite on the enemy.
- Big Bang Blow: Throws a very powerful punch.