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Muchomon is a Bird Digimon whose name is derived from "Mucho" (Esp: Many). It is unable to fly, just like Penguinmon. As a Digimon brought up in tropical southern countries, it leads an always happy life. It possesses a bursting enthusiasm and dances with the rhythm of the samba, and its most favorite thing is its richly colored pelt.
Muchomon is a wild Digimon who appears in Tropical Jungle and Great Canyon. When he defeated, he drops Various. They also speak Spanish before you battle.
He also appears as a customer in the Monochrome shop, usually asking for Medicine. They are very unpredictable, either accepting a high bid or walking out on a lowered price, even if their customer indicator shows a different result.
Digimon World 2
Only obtained via GameShark Code.
Digimon World 3
Muchomon is only available as a Black Rookie Card with 1/1.
Digimon Digital Card Battle
The Muchomon card is #030 and is a Rookie level Fire-type card with 600 HP, and worth 20 DP in the DP Slot. Its attacks are:
- "Tropical Beak": inflicts 320 damage.
- "Red Hot Flare": inflicts 220 damage.
- "Counter Step": inflicts 0 damage, and counters attacks.
Its support effect is "Boost own Attack Power +300."
Digimon World DS
Digimon World Dawn and Dusk
Muchomon is #61 in Digimon World Dawn and Dusk, and is a Speed-class Bird species Digimon with a resistance to the Wind element and a weakness to the Thunder element. Its basic stats are 95 HP, 116 MP, 70 Attack, 54 Defense, 67 Spirit, 71 Speed, and 24 Aptitude. It possesses the Sylph Aegis 2 and Lucky Medal 1 traits.
It dwells in the Palette Amazon.
Muchomon can be hatched from the Cloud Patterned Digi-Egg.
- Tropical Beak: Repeatedly pecks with its colorful beak.
- Ardent Flair
- Counter Binta (カウンタービンタ Kauntā Binta?, lit. "Counter Slapping")