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Meat grown from the ground? Agumon seems to enjoy it!

Food is vital for a Digimon's growth and effectiveness in battle. A starving Digimon is a sitting duck, as it is too weak to battle, or even move. Thankfully, Digimobs adds in a variety of new foods to feed your Digital Monsters.

However, feeding your Digimon too much as a Rookie can cause sudden failure digivolution into Digimon such as Sukamon and Nanimon.

How to feed your Digimon

To feed your Digimon, simply right-click them with a piece of Digimon food. All Digimon food (except for Moldy Meat, which gives none) adds 15 points of energy to a Digimon upon consumption.

Note that all food added by Digimobs can be eaten by the player. However, Digimon can't eat vanilla food like bread or steak.

How to plant and grow Digimon food

Preamble

Keep in mind that not all Digimon food can be planted and grown, and that there is a separate section for farming DigiShrooms (see "How to plant and grow DigiShrooms"). Therefore, all information in "How to plant and grow Meat and Vegetables" is NOT applicable to the planting and growing of any type of DigiShroom.

How to plant and grow Meat and Vegetables

Farming Digimon food is similar to how you would grow the majority of vanilla crops in Minecraft, such as carrots or wheat. Like many farms, you need to have a water source nearby and decent lighting so your crops will grow. In order to plant Digimon food, the ground will need to be tilled using any Digizoid Hoe. Using a Digizoid Hoe on Digidirt or regular dirt will achieve this -- if used on the latter, it will be automatically converted into Tilled Digidirt. Then, simply right-click the Tilled Digidirt with any plantable Digimon food to plant it. From there on, the Digimon food takes around 60-120 minutes to fully grow. A matured crop that is ready to harvest will have the same texture as the corresponding item did in your hand. Harvesting a fully grown crop will yield 5 units of said food.

How to plant and grow DigiShrooms

This article is a heavy WIP -- All DigiShroom variants can be farmed the same way vanilla mushrooms are farmed using the "spread" method. The kind of block needed for a DigiShroom to grow on depends on the type of the fungi (see "Native block" under the DigiShrooms section). To farm them, plant your DigiShrooms in a dark [light level?], flat area with ample room to spread horizontally. Note that if an area is too small [size minimum] or has too many obstacles in the way [x many?] (namely an overabundance of other DigiShrooms in the immediate area), they will not spread [or do so at a much slower rate?]. After roughly [X-X] minutes, the shrooms will duplicate [once?]. [Bonemeal does not seem to affect shroom growth rate.]

DigiShrooms

Every type of DigiShroom can be found growing naturally throughout the Digital World. Players can not eat any of the DigiShrooms by themselves, they must be refined into Mushroom Stew (see recipe below).

DigiShrooms come in four different varieties:

Item Picture Item description Location Native block
DigiShroom
DigiShroom
(Heal +5, Weight +1) Can be found in Woodlands Digigrass
DeluxeShroom
DeluxeShroom
(Heal +15, Weight +5) Can be found in Highlands Digigrass
HappyShroom
HappyShroom
(Heal +10, Weight +3, Happiness +2) Can be found in Deadlands Deadsand
IceShroom
IceShroom
(Heal +3, Weight -3) Can be found in Glacier Digiice

Placing a DeluxeShroom in a Crafting Table will produce five DigiShrooms:

Digishroomrecipe







A DigiShroom and HappyShroom can be used in conjunction with a Bowl to make Mushroom Stew:

Item Crafting ingredients Crafting recipe
Mushroom Stew HappyShroom + DigiShroom + Bowl
Mushroomstewrecipe

Meat

Meat is a type of Digimon food that (with the exception of Moldy Meat) raises a Digimon's weight upon consumption. They do not grow naturally in the Digital World. Small Meat, Large Meat, and Sirloin can be planted and grown, similar to vanilla crops. Bone meal can be used on planted Meat to accelerate their growth. All Meat can be smelted in a furnace to yield bone meal.

There are four types of Meat:

Item Picture Item description Location
Small Meat
SmallMeat
A favorite of Dragon Attributed Digimon. (Heal +5, Weight +2) Can be dropped from Dragon's Roar Digimon who are Baby-level to Rookie-level
Large Meat
LargeMeat
That's quite a bit of mutton you have there. (Heal +7, Weight +4) Can be dropped from Dragon's Roar Digimon who are Armor-level, Champion-level, or Ultimate-level
Sirloin
Sirloin-0
I would hate to see which Digimon this came from.. (Heal +15, Weight +10) Can be dropped from Dragon's Roar Digimon who are Mega-level
Moldy Meat
MoldyMeat
Looks like you left this growing too long! (Weight -2) Can be dropped from Virus Digimon

Vegetables

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Item Picture Item description Location
Hawk Radish This is shaped like a bird.. maybe Avians like it? (Heal +5, Weight -2) Can be dropped from Avian Digimon who are Armor-level or Baby-level to Mega-level
Muscle Yam Eating your veggies DOES make you strong.. (Heal +20, Weight +10) Can be dropped from Avian Digimon who are Armor-level or Champion-level to Mega-level
Super Carrot Actually just a sidekick. (Heal +10, Weight -5) Can be dropped from Avian Digimon who are Ultimate-level to Mega-level
Super Veggy You have discovered my secret identity.. (Heal +10, Weight -5) Can be dropped from Avian Digimon who are Ultimate-level to Mega-level

Other foods

"Other foods" consists of food items that don't fit well in any other existing Digimon food category. All of the items in "Other foods" drop exclusively from wild Digimon when they are defeated. Due to their uncommon drop chance and the fact that they cannot be planted and grown, it's very difficult to use them as a viable food source.

Item Picture  Item description Location
Acorn
Acorn-0
A common nut native to the digital world. (Heal +5, Weight -1) --
Big Berry
BigBerry
That's a HUGE berry.. (Heal +15, Weight +4) --
Blue Apple
BlueApple
This apple emits a blue hue from its core. (Heal +5, Weight +2) --
Calm Berry
CalmBerry
Sometimes used to remedy sleepless nights. (Heal +15, Weight +3) --
Chain Melon
ChainMelon
Warning: Remove chains before consumption. (Heal +8, Weight +3) Can be dropped from Plant Digimon who are Ultimate-level
DigiAnchovy
DigiAnchovy
Tasty snack for Aquan Digimon. (Heal +5, Weight +2) Can be dropped from Aquan Digimon who are Baby-level to Rookie-level
DigiBlackTrout
DigiBlackTrout
Excellent with some seasoning. (Heal +5, Weight +2) Can be dropped from Aquan Digimon who are Champion-level or Armor-level
DigiCatfish
DigiCatfish
Meow? (Heal +10, Weight +4) Can be dropped from Aquan Digimon who are Ultimate-level
DigiSeaBass
DigiSeaBass
No treble. (Heal +20, Weight +10) Can be dropped from Aquan Digimon who are Mega-level
DigiSnapper
DigiSnapper
Eat it before it eats you! (Heal +10, Weight +4) Can be dropped from Aquan Digimon who are Ultimate-level
Golden Acorn
GoldenAcorn
An acorn that has been imbued with golden properties. (Heal +10, Weight -3) --
Orange Banana
OrangeBanana
But aren't they yellow..? (Heal +5, Weight +2) --
Power Fruit
PowerFruit
The mightiest of fruits. (Heal +25, Weight +5) --
Power Ice
PowerIce
Made from nevermelting ice. (Heal +15, Weight -5) --
Prickly Pear
PricklyPear
Beware! This fruit fights back. (Heal +10, Weight -4) --
Red Berry
RedBerry
A tasty meal for any Insect Digimon. (Heal +5, Weight +2) --
Sage Fruit
SageFruit
The smartest of all fruits. (Heal +25, Weight +5)

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Sweet Nut
SweetNut
This nut is sure to make any Beast attribute happy. (Heal +7, Weight -2) --

Other consumables

Listed below are items that work similar enough to normal food to be linked to this page.

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