Secret Denjuu

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Secret Denjuu (Japanese: レア電獣, Rare Denjuu) are Denjuu that cannot be acquired through normal gameplay, only being obtainable by manually dialing their phone numbers. The phone numbers are not mentioned at all in the games and instead were released through various means such as the official Telefang websites, leaflets, comics, and tv commercials in Japan. Although the release of the secret phone numbers was originally spread out, they eventually all became available on the official Telefang 1 and Telefang 2 websites. In the bootleg version of the original game, dialing a secret Denjuu will cause the game to crash.

Secret Denjuu in Telefang 1[edit]

Calling a secret Denjuu in Telefang 1.

In order to dial numbers for Secret Denjuu in Telefang 1, the player must press Select on the D-Shot screen.

All of the secret phone numbers for the Denjuu are currently available on Smilesoft's official Telefang website, but were originally revealed through various promotions in the months following the game's release. All 14 numbers were later compiled in the final volume of the Telefang manga (published July 2001), and finally posted to the official website at some point in mid-2002.


No. Sprite Name Lv FD Personality Origin Number Type Revealed in
048 T1-048.gif Musa 20 30 T1-p02.gif Carefree Tronco Village 05*-#492-634*1 Mountain.gif Mountain Revealed in the November 2000 issue of Comic Bom Bom.
101 T1-101.gif Hiyu 20 30 T1-p12.gif Loyal Paparouna Lake 05*-074*-89#13 Desert.gif Desert Revealed in the December 2000 issue of Comic Bom Bom.
149 T1-149.gif Zea 20 30 T1-p08.gif Cowardly Ion Island 05*-432*-975#2 Sky.gif Sky Revealed in the January 2001 issue of Comic Bom Bom.
108 T1-108.gif Kaya 20 30 T1-p06.gif Stubborn Bryon Ruins 05*-6#24-7219* Grassland.gif Grassland Revealed in the February 2001 issue of Comic Bom Bom.
131 T1-131.gif Beebalm 10 40 T1-p03.gif Careless Tronco Village 05*-12*9-3868* Grassland.gif Grassland Given out on a promotional leaflet at various Japanese stores around the time of release.
147 T1-147.gif Ruscus 10 40 T1-p11.gif Faithful Tronco Village 05*-57#2-*4108 Mountain.gif Mountain Found on posters in various Japanese stores around the time of release.
133 T1-133.gif Enishida 10 40 T1-p04.gif Oblivious Tronco Village 05#-1#03-#7200 Grassland.gif Grassland Given out on "Millennium Card Vol. 1" (unknown where.)
109 T1-109.gif Denfare 30 20 T1-p03.gif Careless Freesia 05#-*261-1*806 Grassland.gif Grassland Given out on "Millennium Card Vol. 2" with purchase of the game at Ito-Yokado.
106 T1-106.gif Gaultheria 10 40 T1-p09.gif Tense Tronco Village 05#-39#6-49*21 Forest.gif Forest Shown in a Japanese TV commercial that broadcast in December 2000. (Also revealed in the 2001 March issue of Bom Bom.)
055 T1-055.gif Hagumanoki 30 20 T1-p03.gif Careless Freesia 05#-48*6-38#20 Forest.gif Forest Shown in a Japanese TV commercial that broadcast in November 2000. (Also revealed in the 2001 March issue of Bom Bom.)
132 T1-132.gif Salal 30 20 T1-p07.gif Timid Freesia 05*-*984-63*52 Grassland.gif Grassland Phone number came with the Battle Denjuu figures, released sometime in 2000.
104 T1-104.gif Gamuru 30 20 T1-p05.gif Selfish Freesia 05*-90*6-726*3 Grassland.gif Grassland Shown in a Japanese TV commercial that broadcast in January 2001. (Also revealed in the 2001 March issue of Bom Bom.)
166 T1-166.gif Kanzou 50 10 T1-p05.gif Selfish Peperi Mountain 05#-36*1-7232* Sky.gif Sky Revealed in Volume 1 of the Telefang manga compilation, published May 2001.
167 T1-167.gif Ornithogalum 50 10 T1-p10.gif Irritable Peperi Mountain 05#-546*-69*23 Mountain.gif Mountain Revealed in Volume 2 of the Telefang manga compilation, published June 2001.

Secret Denjuu in Telefang 2[edit]

Calling a secret Denjuu in Telefang 2.

In order to get Secret Denjuu in Telefang 2, the player has to select the black phone icon T2 Phone.gif in the D-Shot menu. All of them start with 50 FD.

Like with Telefang 1, the secret Denjuu in Telefang 2 were revealed through various promotions and their numbers can now be found on the official website.


No. Sprite Name Lv Personality Origin Friend Number Type Revealed in
176 T2-176-F.gif Major 5 Relaxed Uraani Forest T2-133-S.gif
Easydog
0#5-17#3-2*025 Desert.gif Desert Revealed in the June 2002 issue of Comic Bom Bom.
178 T2-178-F.gif Rupicola 30 Serious Takedama Village T2-137-S.gif
Ornithogalum
0*5-*916-77*36 Mountain.gif Mountain Revealed in a Japanese Telefang 2 commercial that broadcast in June 2002.[1]
181 T2-181-F.gif Parrlot 5 Hasty Chiawata Forest T2-140-S.gif
Suguri
0#5-3*36-018*4 Grassland.gif Grassland Revealed in the Telefang 2 players guide.
183 T2-183-F.gif Nebularia 5 Stubborn Kiwatora Field T2-140-S.gif
Suguri
0*5-7#24-3#772 Grassland.gif Grassland Revealed in the July 2002 issue of Comic Bom Bom.
185 T2-185-F.gif Granti 5 Hasty Kiwatora Field T2-131-S.gif
Kaya
0#5-6#46-57#88 Grassland.gif Grassland Revealed in a Japanese Telefang 2 commercial that broadcast in April 2002.
188 T2-188-F.gif Ardea 5 Irritable Uraani Forest T2-132-S.gif
Beebalm
0*5-91#6-885#7 Grassland.gif Grassland Given out on a promotional leaflet at various Japanese stores.
191 T2-191-F.gif Serrator 5 Timid Uraani Forest T2-143-S.gif
Punica
0#5-13*1-#9109 Grassland.gif Grassland Revealed in a Japanese Telefang 2 commercial that broadcast in May 2002.
194 T2-194-F.gif Isuka 5 Relaxed Meribaro Forest T2-142-S.gif
Saiguliger
0*5-3#61-3*310 Forest.gif Forest Revealed on the official Telefang 2 website.
196 T2-196-F.gif Blossom 5 Irritable Kufumoku Mountain T2-156-S.gif
Waratah
0#5-#584-25#25 Forest.gif Forest Unknown
198 T2-198-F.gif Seiran 5 Timid Takedama Village T2-154-S.gif
Liriope
0*5-28#7-7*668 Aquatic.gif Aquatic Revealed on a card that came with copies of Network Adventure Bugsite.

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  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nERLmp-qmhE