List of Cards
Starting from the first blue card, going clockwise, the list of cards are as follows.
|Shroom Turtle||Blue||This is a Shroom Turtle card. It's a guy who ate some shrooms and now he thinks he's a turtle.||Buggs will give you Shroom Turtle if you give him either a flask or breathalyzer at recess.|
|Cactus Outlaw||Blue||This is the Cactus Outlaw card. No one knows which is more shocking; the crimes he's committed, or that he's a sentient cactus.||Buggs will give you Cactus Outlaw if you give him cigarettes.|
|Freezy Guy Jim||Blue||This is the Freezy Guy Jim card. He's probably the coolest guy named Jim you'll ever meet.||Freezy Guy Jim is in one of the cubbies.|
|King Tower Beetle||Blue||This is the King Tower Beetle card. He's just a regular beetle that lives in the King's tower.||Nugget will give you King Tower Beetle if you give him a magnifying glass during morning time.|
|Martian Orb Man||Blue||This is the Martian Orb Man card. He comes in peace but those orbs make a lot of people really uncomfortable.||Martian Orbman is hidden in Buggs' secret stash. You can access it by stabbing Buggs and following him out to the hallway.|
|Really Bright Star||Green||This is the Really Bright Star card. It actually burned out decades ago. It's just really far away||The teacher will give you Really Bright Star if you dump the blood on Cindy instead of Lily at recess.|
|Oh faka Tornado||Green||This is the Ohfaka Tornado card. It has been said that people being sucked into it are compelled to say its name.||Cindy will give you Ohfaka Tornado if you find out what happened to her dog instead of getting something gross from the closet.|
|Literally Grass||Green||This is the Literally Grass card. It's literally grass. That's all.||Literally Grass is hidden behind the playground.|
|Giraffe Serpent||Green||This is the Giraffe Serpent card. It's a snake with a really long neck...or body...we can't tell.||Cindy will give you Giraffe Serpent if you give her a pill while playing house.|
|Doom Jelly||Green||This is the Doom Jelly card. Goes perfectly with doom peanut butter.||Cindy will give you Doom Jelly if you put gum in Lily's hair and get back to her during lunch.|
|Blue Eyes Gold Dragon||Yellow||This is the Blue Eyes Gold Dragon card. Please don't sue.||You get Blue Eyes Gold Dragon after completing Lily's mission.|
|Faptain Calcon||Yellow||This is the Faptain Calcon card. He'll show you his moves, but you probably don't want to see them.||Faptain Calcon is in your silly meal from special lunch with the teacher.|
|Holy Knight||Yellow||This is the Holy Knight card. He would have been a priest, but then he found out that aren't allowed to court women.||You can buy Holy Knight from Monty during recess for $12.50|
|Magical Airship||Yellow||This is the Magical Airship card. No one knows where it takes its passengers because none of them have ever returned.||Magical Airship is inside the silly meal Monty sells at lunch. Show it at show and tell to get it.|
|Wall of Castle||Yellow||This is the Wall of Castle card. Too often walls get overshadowed by the castles they protect. Well not this time!||Wall of Castle can be found in the trash can in the principal's office.|
|Uneaten Cake||Purple||This is the Uneaten Cake card. Looks like your mom didn't show up at the party.||The lunch lady will give you Uneaten Cake if she thinks you went through 3 helpings of slop.|
|Spiky Flim Flam||Purple||This is the Spiky Flim Flam card. Its flim is far sharper than its flam.||The principal will give you Spiky Flim Flam if you tell him you were fighting with Billy over Monstermon cards.|
|Man-With-Long-Arm||Purple||This is the Man-With-Long-Arm card. A freak accident gave his arm incredible length, but took it from...somewhere else.||The janitor will give you Man With Long Arm if you show him Jerome's hall pass.|
|Eye of the Buttholder||Purple||This is the Eye of the Buttholder card. The art for this card is just a zoomed in picture of the back of a cat.||Eye of the Buttholder is in one of the boxes in the bathroom.|
|Evil Thwarter||Purple||This is the Evil Thwarter card. It doesn't thwart evil. It's a thwarter that is evil.||The janitor will give you Evil Thwarter if you get Cindy to eat one of his Biscuit Balls.|
|Cyclops Duckling||Brown||This is the Cyclops Duckling card. It's not a species or anything. It's just a duckling that had its left eye pecked out by a bigger duckling.||Cyclops Duckling can only be found by solving Jerome's riddle at recess.|
|Oglebop Golem||Brown||This is the Oglebop Golem card. No one knows what Oglebop really is, but everyone is too afraid to ask him.||The Oglebop Golem is hidden underneath Nugget's lunch table.|
|Sneaky Snake||Brown||This is the Sneaky Snake card. It is so sneaky, we're not even sure if this is a picture of it.||Sneaky Snake is hidden in a box in the janitor's closet.|
|Tornado Fly||Brown||This is the Tornado Fly card. This fly can generate tornadoes by flapping its wings. They're not very big cause he's a bug.||Unscrew the air vent in the hallway with the screwdriver to get Tornado Fly.|
|Wizard Worm||Brown||This is the Wizard Worm card. Not to be confused with Mage Maggot or Sorcerer Serpent.||Wizard Worm is in the Nugget Cave next to the skulls.|
In Kindergarten 2, a new battle and collection system was added. Monstermon cards are no longer viewed as items but still maintain their "Talisman" reputation. A fast-paced card minigame was added to play during Recess and cards were given a place on your shelf to view and add to your deck. This page is still under "construction" and therefore not complete.
In Kindergarten 2, there is now a total of 50 Monstermon cards. Unlike the first game where a few Monstermon cards cost an apple, all Monstermon cards now do not need an apple to get them.
|Celestial Slug||Magical||Deal 2 Damage, Reduce a Red Monstermon's Damage by 3||During "The Hitman's Potty Guard" storyline in Kindergarten 2, go to gym instead of science. Help Carla snatch the ball from Jerome then return to Monty, who is laid helpless in the playground and talk to him. He'll give you this card.|
|Hard Boogar||Beast||Deal 4 Damage, Reduce any Monstermon's damage by 1.||The Hard Boogar Monstermon Card can be obtained During any storyline in Kindergarten 2 involving travel to the handicapped area, to go to the Handicap Area you need to either pay $3.00 to Monty to get you in or convince Nugget to get you in via search for a flower. Walk to the cornerstone of the wall and an Exclamation Mark will appear, select the "Take" option and you will obtain this card.|
- Note that in the main menu, the Complete Collection of Monstermon cards is face down, different than the displays of the cards individually.
- When showing a Monstermon Card for Show and Tell, Ms. Applegate will reply: "A Monstermon Card? Oh come on. You have to be more creative than that. | We're gonna skip you. Who's next?". This implies that Monstermon cards have been brought for show and tell in the past.
- Blue Eyes Gold Dragon is based off Yu-Gi-Oh!’s well known Blue-Eyes White Dragon. In the card description, it even says “please don’t sue." Billy mentions how the card is very rare and expensive, referencing the anime plot point of only 3 Blue-Eyes White Dragons existing.
- Faptain Calcon's description is called "This is the Faptain Calcon card. He'll show you his moves, but you probably don't want to see them." Which references Captain Falcon's iconic line from Super Smash Bros. "Show me your moves!". Faptain Calcon's info stating that you probably don't want to see his moves may indicate something his moves are something suggestive.
- Faptain Calcon is a reference to Captain Falcon.
- The name Monstermon references Pokemon, which is short for Pocket Monsters.
- The ard icons are identical to the layout of Yu-Gi-Oh! cards.
- Ofaka Tornado is a play on "Oh f*** a tornado!"
- Literally Grass is a joke card in which as the name implies, it is literally grass.
- The Giraffe Serpent might be a reference to the Pokemon, Girafarig with how the design of the card looks, and how it has "Giraffe" in its name.