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Tailmon


 

Alternative names:

Gatomon
テイルモン

Tags:

Digimon, Artificial Intelligence (ai), Monster, Cat, Claws

Information:

Gender: Female
Eye colour: Blue
Hair colour: White
Tailmon appears similar to a white Egyptian kitten, with enormous yellow and red gloves and black claws. In the dub, she speaks in a soft, drawling voice. The Japanese version, however, has her in a much older voice to reflect her maturity as a Adult level Digimon. As Plotmon, she acts more youthful like many of the Child level Digimon. Her name, "Gatomon," comes from "gato", which means "cat" in Spanish, Greek, and Portuguese.
Story:
Tailmon first appeared in Digimon Adventure as a malicious Digimon working for Vamdemon. As a Digi-Egg, Tailmon had been separated from the other seven Chosen Digimon. When she later digivolved into Plotmon, Vamdemon took her under his wing. Plotmon eventually naturally evolved into Tailmon and became one of Vamdemon's lieutenants in his army of Digimon. During this time, she gained a rival in one of his other minions, PicoDevimon, as the two competed for their master's favour. Her only friend was Wizarmon, a friendly Digimon who Tailmon had once helped. Tailmon also bears red X-shaped scars from when Vamdemon "beat" her because he did not like her eyes.
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Related anime:

Digimon Season 1: Digital Monsters TV, 1999
Digimon: Digital Monsters TV, 1999
Digimon the Movie Movie, 1999
Digimon: Our War Game Movie, 2000
Digimon Season 2: Digital Monsters TV, 2000
Digimon: Digital Monsters Season 2 TV, 2000
Digimon Movie 3: The Golden Digimentals Movie, 2000
Digimon Movie 02: Digimon Hurricane Touchdown! Supreme Evolution! The Golden Digimentals. Movie, 2000
Digimon Adventure 3D: Digimon Grand Prix! Movie, 2000
Digimon Movie 4: Diaboromon Strikes Back Movie, 2001
Digimon Adventure 02 - Diablomon Strikes Back Movie, 2001
Digimon Fusion TV, 2010
Digimon Xros Wars: Aku no Death General to Nanatsu no Oukoku TV, 2011
Digimon Adventure (2015) TV, 2015
Digimon Adventure Tri Movie, 2015

Related manga:

Digimon Zero Two Manhua
Digimon Manga
Digimon Xros Wars Manga, 2010

Voice actors:

Yuka Tokumitsu, Japanese
Edie Mirman, English
Cristina Hernandez, Spanish
Katrin Zimmermann, German