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Hatching is a process that many of us know in Digimon Masters Online. It can be very frustrating at times, but that makes it so much more satisfying when you finally hatch one!

Things you need

  • Lots of patience with a lot of luck
  • Mercenary DigiEggs
  • A lot of Low Class Data

How you get Mercenary DigiEggs


If you want a Drimogemon, for example, you'll need to fight either:

There's a small chance these Digimon will drop a Drimogemon Mercenary DigiEgg. It's impossible to miss, it'll be an enormous yellow glow over a DigiEgg on the ground. Grab it, and you're well on your way to having your very own Drimogemon! If it takes you too long, you can always buy one from other Tamers. The price usually varies between 25 Currency Mega.png and 40 Currency Mega.png, depending on the species.

For more common eggs such as Elecmon and Gabumon, which can be relatively easy to obtain from drops you get from MCs, the price will usually be fairly low.

How you get Low Class Data


In order to hatch a Mercenary DigiEgg, you'll need Data. Because we're hatching a Drimogemon in this guide, we're going to need Beast Low Class Data. Drimogemon needs 1 Beast Data to go up one phase. For Digimon to hatch, they need at least three phases of inserting Data. If it says Req. Quantity: 5, it means you will need 5 Data for each try. Note that a phase can fail. If you fail a phase, there's a chance your DigiEgg will be destroyed, along with any Data already used. Data can be found from wild Digimon. We're going for a Drimogemon, so we'll need to hunt Beast Digimon for the Data. Wild Digimon drop Scannable DigiEggs. These come in a variety of forms, only a Egg with the scan cost of 125 Currency Bit.png will give you Low Class Data. You scan these Eggs through a DATS Member (PawnChessmon (Black) or Miki Kurosaki). Again, if you do not wish to hunt and wait, you can buy them from other Tamers.

Tipp: Take a look at our Low Data Farming Spots Guide

How to hatch a Digimon

Now, you've got the Mercenary DigiEgg, you've got the Data you need (make sure you have enough because failing phases is really, really common), it's time to hatch! To do this, you'll want to find an Incubator. Incubators can be found all over both the Real World. Most common practice is using the one in DATS Center, since that's quite center-like for everyone. Other locations are Oil Refinery-2, Oil Refinery-3, Snowstorm Village and Village of the Beginning.

Double-click the Incubator, and hit Create Mercenary. You'll be presented with a new screen.

Hit Register in the new window, or right-click the Mercenary DigiEgg you want to hatch in your inventory, and see it enter the window. Register will now have changed to Data Input.

Hit Data Input, and see the arrow spin around. If it hits blue on the left side -- congratulations! You just completed one phase! At least two more! If, however, you hit the red on the right side, you just lost 5 Data, but your DigiEgg is still a-okay!

If you hit neither blue nor red, and the arrow ended up in the middle pointing upwards, your DigiEgg was destroyed.

You need at least three phases for the Digimon to hatch, but going for the 4th or even the 5th phase, will make your Digimon literally bigger. If you're happy with your 3/5, 4/5 or 5/5, hit "Hatch". Hatching a 3/5 egg isn't worth it since they are pretty weak. It is especially not recommended to unlock Burst Mode items for a 3/5 Digimon. Keep in mind that only a Digimon hatched at the fifth hatch phase is able to use the Transcendence System.

Tipp: You can also use a Hatch Backup to prevent the Egg from breaking, each try will consume a Hatch Backup no matter if it fails or success.

Note: only Digimon Health Points (HP), DigiSoul (DS), Attack (AT), Critical Rate (CT) and Defense (DF) are under size influence.