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A Message through "Time"—The Truth of the Appli Drive
『トキ』を超えたメッセージ アプリドライヴの真実
("Toki" wo Koeta Messēji—Apuri Doraivu no Shinjitsu)
Airdate (Ja:) January 21, 2017
Animation
studio
Toei Animation

Timemon explains the meaning of the 7codes and the Appli Drivers.

Summary


Featured Characters

(Numbers indicate order of appearance. Bolded characters are fought by the protagonist(s), and italicized characters feature non-explicitly, e.g. voice, silhouette, image.)

Humans Standard Super Other






Appmon Searches

Timemon
300px Grade:
Super
Type:
Tool
Ability:
Timeslip
DoGatchmon
AppmonSearch-DoGatchmon Grade:
Super
Type:
Social
Ability:
Super Search
Power:
7500

Appmon Data Lab

"The key to the ultimate level defeating Timemon"

—Haru's Episode Lesson


Quotes

"When you attacked, I stopped time for all of you. In that time I hit you three times. That's not all, I also enjoyed my afternoon tea. I had 5 cups of tea!"

Timemon explains the magnitude of his time freeze.

Other Notes

Animation errors

  • In a map of the United States:
    • The red dot which was supposed to show the location of Dartmouth University, ended up in Canada instead.
    • There are missing borders between:
      • New Hampshire and Vermont
      • Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia
      • Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware
      • New York and Massachusetts
      • Oklahoma and New Mexico
      • Parts of Alabama and Florida
      • Alberta and British Columbia (Canada)
      • New Brunswick and Quebec (Canada)
      • Nova Scotia and New Brunswick (Canada)
      • Sonora and Baja California (Mexico)
      • Durango and Sinaloa (Mexico)
      • Coahuila and Zacatecas (Mexico)
    • There are incorrectly drawn borders between:
      • Kentucky and Virginia
      • Rhode Island and Massachusetts
      • Arkansas and Missouri
  • A typewriter shown during a flashback of the Dartmouth Conference uses the QWERTZ layout, instead of QWERTY which was the standard for most English-language typewriters.

Real-world references

Miscellaneous trivia


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