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February, 2017

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Piddomon
Piddomon is an Angel Digimon whose name and design are derived from the mythological cupid. It has two wings and its body is clad in shining white cloth. As a being of perfected virtue like Angemon, its mission is to destroy evil. It is a warrior of justice which fights with its cherished "Holy Rod", which it holds in its right hand.[1] The DigiCode on its ribbons reads DC deDC jiDC taDC ruDC moDC nDC suDC taDC chouon (デジタルモンスター Dejitaru Monsutā?, lit. "Digital Monster"). In Digimon World, Piddomon are wild Digimon found in Mt. Infinity. They rarely drop Sage Fruit when defeated. In Digimon World 2, Piddomon digivolves from ClearAgumon, and can digivolve further into either MagnaAngemon or Giromon depending on its DP. (read more)
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January, 2017

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Digimon (creature)
Digimon (デジモン Dejimon?), short for "Digital Monster" (デジタルモンスター Dejitaru Monsutā?), are mysterious lifeforms that were discovered in the Computer Network in 1997.[2] They are central to the Digimon franchise. The word "Digimon" is typically invariable in the plural, though there are some cases where the term is pluralized as "Digimons". Digimon include almost all the creatures that reside within a parallel universe called the "Digital World." There are many different species of Digimon, as well as unconfirmed and new generations of Digimon yet to be revealed. The rate of new Digimon species continuously increase as the Digital World expands each year. Digimon hatch from eggs called Digi-Eggs (デジタマ Degitama?). They age via a process called "Digivolution" which changes their appearance and increases their physical powers. (read more)
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December, 2016

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A Very Digi Christmas
The DigiDestined continue in their work to clean up the Digital World. As another day comes to an end and the group celebrate a job well done, Ken seems nervous about something. As ever, Davis is quick to notice, and after he attracts the attention of the group, Ken is forced to reveal the festive envelopes in his hand. T.K. quickly works it out and saves Ken the trouble of making a stuttered announcement, that he would like to invite the group to a Christmas party. The reaction is generally positive, and the Digimon quickly make sure that they're not left out of the fun. However, Cody, whose relationship with Ken is still somewhat icy, remains distant from the group, and so Ken approaches Cody himself and hands him his invitation. Cody seems surprised, though he thanks Ken, and the two finally seem to make amends. Meanwhile, in the real world, the holidays have already begun. (read more)
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November, 2016

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Trouble in Paradise
In the Sky Zone's arena, the citizens watch as their President, SlushAngemon, orders the execution of a Puttimon. Elsewhere in the Zone, the Fusion Fighters arrive. Though seemingly peaceful, Beelzemon is distrustful of appearances and leaves to do his own investigating. Mikey accidentally falls off the side of the Sky Zone while wandering and is saved by Shakkoumon, who warns them that all is not as it seems. Dondokomon attempts to join an orchestra and starts playing along, but a Piximon from the Sky Zone's Patrol Force tries to arrest him, first for disturbing the peace and then for assaulting an officer. Starmon and the Pickmons come to Dondokomon's defence, when Lucemon intervenes to ask Piximon for leniency. (read more)
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October, 2016

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Myotismon (Adventure)
Myotismon is a fictional character who serves as a major villain throughout several iterations of the Digimon Adventure continuity. He is dressed elegantly like a gentleman, and his looks and mannerisms are styled after a vampire. In the Japanese version of the anime, he refers to himself using "watashi" (?), a very formal pronoun. Myotismon enforces loyalty among his servants by inflicting torture upon them as punishment for the smallest signs of rebellion, and sadistically executes even his most loyal servants should they fail in their tasks, or simply cease to be of use to him. DemiDevimon alone escapes relatively unscathed because of his loyalty and usefulness. Myotismon feeds on the fresh or deleted data of his victims, though he develops a taste for human blood during his stay in Odaiba, causing his victims to appear to have been afflicted with sudden anemia. (read more)
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September, 2016

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Digivolution
Digivolution (進化 Shinka?, lit. "Evolution") is a term used in the Digimon series. Digimon reside in the Earth's various electronic networks as well as in the Digital World. As they are essentially computer data they can download additional data to themselves, which makes them stronger. If they download enough data, Digivolution is triggered. During Digivolution the Digimon's appearance and attributes change, and it becomes significantly stronger than it was before. The resultant form of the Digimon almost always has a different name than the previous. However, the Digimon's consciousness remains unchanged. If a Digimon does not absorb enough data needed to maintain the form, it will not be able to retain that form for long and revert to a lower level in a matter of time. (read more)
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August, 2016

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Dark Masters
The Dark Masters (ダークマスターズ Dāku Masutāzu?) are a group of four Mega-level Digimon created by Apocalymon who have banded together to conquer the Digital World. Byproducts of the chaos Apocalymon had inflicted on the Digital World in Digimon Adventure, the Dark Masters consisted of Piedmon, MetalSeadramon, Machinedramon, and Puppetmon. Before the DigiDestined arrived in the Digital World, the Dark Masters had successfully managed to defeat and seal away the four Sovereigns. The Dark Masters began their reign of terror throughout the Digital World while the DigiDestined were fighting Myotismon in the Real World. They reformed the Digital World into Spiral Mountain, with Piedmon's castle at the peak as their base of operations. (read more)
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July, 2016

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Digimon Adventure: Our War Game!
While the DigiDestined are on summer vacation in the real world, Koushiro "Izzy" Izumi discovers a virus on the internet infecting a Digi-Egg. At the same time, Taichi "Tai" Kamiya is trying to apologize to Sora Takenouchi for getting her a hairclip for her birthday in an e-mail. Izzy arrives at Tai's house out of breath, telling Tai about the newly-hatched Digimon. Tai and Izzy use Tai's dad's computer and monitor the Digimon until Gennai appears in a transmission from the Digital World. He sends Agumon and Tentomon to help stop the corrupted Digimon. They put up a good fight until Keramon warp digivolves to Infermon and defeats them. (read more)
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December, 2011 - June 2016

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Royal Knights
The Royal Knights (守護騎士 (ロイヤルナイツ) Shugo Kishi (Roiyaru Naitsu)?, lit. "Guardian Knights") are a group of thirteen Mega-level Holy Knight Digimon that are the Digital World's sacred guardians, and are famed among Digimon as guardian deities of the Network. The group was founded by Imperialdramon Paladin Mode, and serves Yggdrasill. Because the Royal Knights are placed in the highest ranks of Network Security, it is absolutely impossible to violate security in their presence. Based on a certain "Prophecy" handed down from the ancient Digital World, it is said that the Royal Knights will assemble at the time of the Digital World's greatest crisis. (read more)
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September, 2011 - November 2011

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Digital Monster X-Evolution
Digital Monster X-Evolution (デジタルモンスター ゼヴォリューション Dejitaru Monsutaa Zevoryuushon?) is the eighth Digimon movie, and aired on January 3, 2005, at 7:15 a.m. UTC+9/JST on the Fuji TV network, making it the first Digimon movie to be released as a television broadcast rather than as a theatrical film. Unlike the other Digimon films, Digital Monster X-Evolution was made entirely in CG. Furthermore, it is a stand-alone film, rather than a continuation of one of the Digimon anime series, although it is loosely based on the storyline of Digimon Chronicle, a series of mini-manga which accompanied the Digimon Pendulum X toy. (read more)
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January, 2011 - August 2011

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Digimon Tamers
Digimon Tamers (デジモンテイマーズ Dejimon Teimāzu?) is the third animated series based on the Digimon franchise, first broadcast in 2001. The story takes place initially in the "real world", a world much like ours where Digimon is just a franchise, composed of video games, a collectible card game, and a cartoon series. A group of 12-year-olds (10-year olds in the Japanese version), Takato, Henry and Rika (fans of the Digimon card game) meet their own Digimon friends and start to duel "bio-emerging" Digimon who cross the barrier between the information network and their world, synthesizing proteins and becoming real. Most of it set in the modern Tokyo ward of Shinjuku and only changes scenario to the Digital World for a short time. The tone of this season has many elements from head writer Chiaki J. Konaka's other works, especially Serial Experiments Lain, including a few aspects from Neon Genesis Evangelion. Thus, the series had a very dark tone in nature, much more so than its predecessors. The show's English dub had little editing compared to previous seasons. (read more)
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December, 2010

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A Very Digi Christmas
The DigiDestined continue in their work to clean up the Digital World. As another day comes to an end and the group celebrate a job well done, Ken seems nervous about something. As ever, Davis is quick to notice, and after he attracts the attention of the group, Ken is forced to reveal the festive envelopes in his hand. T.K. quickly works it out and saves Ken the trouble of making a stuttered announcement, that he would like to invite the group to a Christmas party. The reaction is generally positive, and the Digimon quickly make sure that they're not left out of the fun. However, Cody, whose relationship with Ken is still somewhat icy, remains distant from the group, and so Ken approaches Cody himself and hands him his invitation. Cody seems surpised, though he thanks Ken, and the two finally seem to make amends. Meanwhile, in the real world, the holidays have already begun. (read more)
List of Digimon Adventure 02 episodes 38
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November, 2010

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Agumon (Adventure)
Agumon is a fictional character and Digimon from the first two seasons of the anime and manga Digimon Adventure, and Digimon Adventure 02. The name "Agumon" refers only to the Rookie form of this Digimon. Throughout the series, Agumon gains the ability to digivolve into a number of more powerful forms, each with a different name and special attack. The Rookie level, however, is his preferred form and the one he spends most of his time in. It is also the name he is most commonly referred to. Agumon is partner to the DigiDestined leader Taichi "Tai" Kamiya and often counterpoints his partner. While both are matched well in that they can act rather brashly and hot-headedly when their friends are in danger, Agumon is typically the more cautious one, even if his partner disregards his advice. (read more)
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October, 2010

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Seven Great Demon Lords
The Seven Great Demon Lords (七大魔王 Nana Dai Maou?) are a group of Demon Lord Digimon who each represent one of the Seven Deadly Sins. This group is also known as the "Mao" in Digimon World Data Squad, which simply means "Demon Lords" in Japanese, though pronounced as one syllable instead of two. They are based on various demons from within Judeo-Christian mythology, a reference to Peter Binsfeld's classification of demons, most notably Paradise Lost by John Milton and Clavicula Solomonis Regis, an anonymous 17th-century grimoire. There are also three "Super Demon Lords" who are closely related to the group. These Digimon are based on the Beasts of Revelation, and evolve from the Seven Great Demon Lords. The data of Digimon consigned to oblivion by the Seven Great Demon Lords is not reincarnated, but is sent to the center of the Dark Area, and becomes the flesh and blood of the Demon Lords. Although members of this group, as well as characters of the same species, have appeared individually as antagonists throughout the Digimon franchise, there are only a few occasions in which they appear as a whole. In Digimon Savers, the villain Belphemon is mentioned as one of their number, and they serve as the main villains of Digimon World Data Squad and Digimon World DS. (read more)
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September, 2010

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D-Reaper
The D-Reaper, also known as the "True Enemy", is a digital lifeform which appears in Digimon Tamers. Unlike most inhabitants of the Digital World in Tamers, it is not a Digimon; while Digimon descend from the virtual wildlife system created by the "Monster Makers", the D-Reaper was allegedly created in the late 1970s by the United States Department of Defense, as a security program for their "ECHELON" project. It is possible it is only a descendant of this program, though, which was then known as the "Reaper". The D-Reaper's only purpose is to purge the Digital World once the number of lifeforms within it surpasses a certain number, and it pursues this goal with deadly efficiency. It is in hibernation deep beneath the Digital World as Tamers begins, but it is reawakened and begins to ravage the Digital and Real Worlds by the end of it. (read more)
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August, 2010

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Digimon Sovereigns
The Digimon Sovereigns (『四聖獣』 Shiseijū?, lit. "Four Holy Beasts"), known as the Four Harmonious Ones in the Digimon Adventure series, are a group of four Mega-level Holy Beast Digimon that are derived from the Japanese myth of the Four Guardian Spirits of Kyoto, itself derived from the Chinese myth of the Four Symbols. Like the Guardian Spirits, they represent and rule over the cardinal points of the compass — Ebonwumon for the north, Zhuqiaomon for the south, Azulongmon for the east, and Baihumon for the west. There is also a fifth member, Fanglongmon, who represents the center of the compass and acts as the "God" of the Digital World. The Sovereigns have reigned over the Digital World and protected it since the age of myth, and they have become legendary beings which are extremely difficult to track down. They are powerful to the point that ordinary Mega Digimon are unable to compete with them, so they have become the highest authorities of the Digital World, said to in fact be gods due to their extreme power. (read more)
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July, 2010

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And so it begins...
Tai recounts how the world's climate has been going haywire - Asia is in a drought, the Middle East is being hit by flash floods, and America is wracked with freezing cold temperatures. Meanwhile, he's in summer camp, having a perfectly normal summer until it begins snowing, and a sudden blizzard appears. Taichi "Tai" Kamiya, Sora Takenouchi, Yamato "Matt" Ishida, Koushiro "Izzy" Izumi, Mimi Tachikawa, Takeru "T.K." Takaishi, and Joe Kido are all amazed when it begins snowing. They then observe lights like auroras in the sky, from which emerges a portal that shoots out strange electronic devices. When they reach out and grab the objects, a huge wave of water erupts from the ground and sucks them into the portal, which sends them to a new world. Tai is awoken by a strange creature which calls itself Koromon, and soon Izzy shows up with his own creature, Motimon. The creatures claim to know Tai and Izzy, as well as to have been waiting a long time for them. (read more)
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