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| Digital World |
|Ruler:|| Bagramon (Former)|
Due to a catclysm some time in the past, the Digital World of Digimon Fusion was split into 108 "Zones", mini-worlds separated by a featureless expanse that most Digimon are unable to travel through on their own. The Code Crowns for each Zone bestow complete dominion over that Zone, as well as the ability to travel to other Zones. It was revealed that the Digital World was originally one area until it was broken up into different zones. When Bagramon reclaimed all 108 Code Crowns, he reconstructed the Digital World into seven kingdoms orbiting his fortress, the Bagra Pandæmonium, and created an eighth spiritual kingdom named "Prison Land" as a place to imprison his foes.
The Digital Space (デジタル空間 Dejitaru Kūkan?) is the limbo between Zones. It consists of a vast expanse, situated between what appear to be two giant, green printed circuit boards. Going through the Digital Space is the only way to travel between Zones, but the space is abrasive to a Digimon's data, making it impossible for most Digimon to be in the space for more than a few seconds. However, Digimon can safely be transported while stored within a General's Fusion Loader, and extremely powerful Digimon, such as Shoutmon X5 or Arukadhimon, are able to move through the space without dissipating.
Arukadhimon's Nest is a little area floating within Digital Space that the Bagra Army's Arukadhimon calls home. It is small with only one opening, but within its confines, Digimon are immune to the decomposition effect they otherwise suffer in Digital Space. Most of the Fusion Fighters end up here after being captured by Arukadhimon, only protected by Knightmon and the PawnChessmons' barrier. Though Arukadhimon ends up breaking through the barrier anyway, it is stalled enough to allow Mikey to return, which lets the Fusion Fighters defeat it. Laylamon teleports to the nest only to be greeted by her dying servant.
Digimon Xros Tower
The Forest Zone (グリンゾーン Gurin Zōn?, lit. "Green Zone"), named Primal Trooper (プライマルトルーパー Puraimaru Torūpā?) in the Digimon Xros Loader, is a vast, open field with a few small forests, as well as some shallow cliffs and bluffs. It is the Zone where Mikey and his friends arrive in the Digital World , and contains the Village of Light and the Mushroom Village. It is also the homeplace of Shoutmon, Ballistamon, the Starmons, Dondokomon, Jijimon, Lilymon, Sunflowmon, and the Mushroomons. The Bagra Army commander in charge of attacking the Zone is MadLeomon in the anime and MachLeomon in the manga. Though it takes a while for Mikey to warm up to the idea of saving the Digital World, he and Shoutmon resolve to make the Fusion Fighters in this Zone. They ultimately manage to free its inhabitants with little hardship, and the Code Crown appears after the defeat of the respective commander in both continuities.
Village of Light
The Village of Light (微笑みの里 Hohoemi no Sato?, lit. "Village of Smiles") is the home village of Shoutmon, the Starmons, Dondokomon, Jijimon, Lilymon, and Sunflowmon. Mikey helps Shoutmon and his friends defend the village from the Bagra Army's Pteramon bombardment. Resting for the night, Shoutmon attempts to convince Mikey to become his General with a party, but Mikey refuses when he considers the idea to be for Shoutmon's selfish gain. Only when Shoutmon reveals his ultimate desire and thwart a Bagra Army attack in a forest nearby does he agree. Tactimon sends a Drimogemon to simulate the village's "Day of the Rising Ground" in which bamboo shoots break the earth, but the group in not fooled, and Mikey saves the village from the Bagra Army by defeating the Forest Zone commander MadLeomon. This wins him the Code Crown and ownership of the entire Forest Zone.
The Island Zone (アイランドゾーン Airando Zōn?), named Deep Saver (ディープセイバー Dīpu Seibā?) in the Digimon Xros Loader, is a vast ocean inhabited by the gigantic King Whamon, who carries a tropical island on his back named the King Whamon Island. It is the homeplace of Chibitortomon, Archelomon, the Syakomons, and the Pukamon. The Bagra Army commander in charge of attacking the Zone is Neptunemon. Each year, its inhabitants provide a tribute of DigiBytes to King Whamon at the end of the summer festival. The Fusion Fighters arrive and save the elder Archelomon, who knows the location of the Code Crown for the Zone. Unfortunately, he is captured at a later time and reveals that it is in King Whamon's stomach, leading Neptunemon to send his Flymons for a retrieval operation. King Whamon, on the other hand, is capable of defending himself, and he grants the Code Crown to the Fusion Fighters for their aid to him and in accordance to the will of the Zone's inhabitants. He also bequeaths unto them the five DigiCards which are the Zone's treasures. The Bagra Army is ultimately routed by the Fusion Fighters, leaving the Zone at peace once more.
- Places in the Island Zone
The Magma Zone (マグマゾーン Maguma Zōn?), named Volcanic Region (ヴォルカニックレギオン Vorukanikku Region?) in the Digimon Xros Loader, is a mountainous region filled with active volcanoes and hot springs. The Bagra Army commander in charge of attacking the Zone is AncientVolcanomon. He enslaves the Zone's residents in order to dig for the Code Crown, which prompts the Fusion Fighters into action. Through several battles with all sorts of officers in the Magma Zone Battalion as well as an appearance by one of the Three Generals Tactimon himself, the Fusion Fighters manage to rid the Zone of the Bagra Army's presence. The Code Crown emerges from the ground following AncientVolcanomon's destruction to give ownership of the Zone to the Fusion Fighters.
- Places in the Magma Zone
The Lake Zone (レイクゾーン Reiku Zōn?), named Ice Sanctuary (アイスサンクチュアリ Aisu Sankuchuari?) in the Digimon Xros Loader, is a temperate, forested area dotted with lakes and presided over by Bastea Castle, which stands across the largest lake from a system of icy caverns. It is also the homeplace of Beastmon, the princess of the Zone. Her army is headed by Knightmon, with the PawnChessmons, Pandamons, and ToyAgumons beneath him. The Bagra Army commander in charge of attacking the Zone is IceDevimon. The two forces fight a pitched battle until Knightmon is defeated. Mikey saves him, and Knightmon brings him to the castle, where the Fusion Fighters intercede in IceDevimon's attack. Knightmon takes Mikey to Beastmon in order for him to become her knight, but Beastmon has another candidate in mind: Blue Flare's Christopher. When the Fusion Fighters repel an infiltration by IceDevimon, Beastmon names Mikey her champion as Christopher concedes. Unfortunately, Mikey overexerts himself and passes out from the strain. Jeremy commands the castle's defenses during Mikey's recovery, while Laylamon of the Three Generals and IceDevimon's direct superior uses her mirror magic to influence Angie. Angie ends up bringing the Code Crown for the Zone, hidden inside a state in the castle, direct to Laylamon, though she offers some resistance once there. Mikey awakens and leads a strike force against Laylamon, who unsealed her hidden weapon Daipenmon in the meantime. The bonds of friendship among the Fusion Fighters help Angie break the spell upon her, and the Fusion Fighters destroy both Daipenmon and IceDevimon, with Laylamon retreating. The Fusion Fighters claim ownership over the Lake Zone, while Beastmon, Knightmon, and the PawnChessmons join the Fusion Fighters.
The Sand Zone (サンドゾーン Sando Zōn?), named Sand Ruins (サンドルーインズ Sando Rūinzu?) in the Digimon Xros Loader, is a vast desert littered with pyramids and other ancient ruins, which contain underground waterways. It was once the heart of a prosperous city named Silicalia (サンドリア Sandoria?) which was protected by the Warriors of the Light, but the city fell to ruins when its order was decimated by the Bagra Army. The Zone still contains Pharaohmon's Tomb with its traps and the Pyramid of Renewal (復活のピラミッド Fukkatsu no Piramiddo?, "Pyramid of Revival"), where the Warriors of the Light were healed by their Queen while protected by a forcefield. It is also the homeplace of Deputymon and Reapmon. The Bagra Army commander in charge of attacking the Zone is a gray SkullScorpionmon. The Fusion Fighters end up here after their adventures in the Lake Zone, where they, excited by Jijimon's rumors of Silicalia's treasures, begin a treasure hunt. Unfortunately, all this leads them is a sandpit trap by SkullScorpionmon, but they manage to escape into the caverns and mines beneath the sands. There, they are rescued by Deputymon, who conscripts them into a treasure hunt, where they brave traps and the Bagra Army to reach the treasure in Pharaohmon's Tomb. At the tomb, Pharaohmon challenges them over Mikey's intentions to bring light or darkness to the Digital World. Mikey soon realizes that it is a test and that the answer is to not fight unnecessarily, and he also reveals that their entire ordeal, including the traps they evaded, was a test designed by both Deputymon and Pharaohmon to discover the worthy. For this knowledge and Mikey's good intentions, Deputymon grants him the Code Crown.
On the surface, the Bagra Army is in a battle with both Blue Flare and Midnight, while the Fusion Fighters are attacked by Reapmon. Blastmon's attack separates Reapmon and Mikey from the others, where Reapmon sees the Queen acknowledge Mikey as a Warrior of the Light. Because of this, Reapmon explains the history of the Warriors in relation to the Sand Zone, including that he himself wiped them out in self-defense while they were controlled by a spell. Reapmon discovers that it was a Digimon under Laylamon's orders which did so and is fatally wounded attempting to kill her. Under Pharaohmon's guidance, Mikey summons the Pyramid of Renewal to heal Reapmon, only to be put under siege by the Bagra Army. Reapmon interrupts the healing to allow Mikey to defend his friends, and in protecting them in turn, Reapmon is resurrected as Beelzemon under the Queen's blessings. Beelzemon and the Fusion Fighters join forces to defeat Laylamon's troops. With the Bagra Army routed and the Code Crown in the Fusion Fighters' possession, Mikey is set to leave, only for Laylamon to force them through a portal.
- Places in the Sand Zone
The Sky Zone (ヘブンゾーン Hebun Zōn?, lit. "Heaven Zone"), named Heaven's Hell (ヘブンズヘル Hebunzu Heru?) in the Digimon Xros Loader, is a city that floats among the clouds. Its citizens are allowed freedom to pursue art as long as they adhere to the draconian laws instituted by their president, SlushAngemon, and enforced by the patrol force he heads. Lucemon opposes these measures and runs for president against the incumbent. Those who break the law are executed by electromagnetic waves in their arena.
The Fusion Fighters are forced here after their adventures in the Sand Zone, where they quickly run afoul of the laws' oppressive nature. Lucemon helps them out, but despite their best efforts, Dondokomon is falsely arrested for knocking down a statue and Mikey and Shoutmon for attempting to aid him. The Fusion Fighters attempt a rescue but are halted by SlushAngemon himself, who sets them up for execution the next day. A Kyupimon comes forward instead as the actual culprit, but Mikey cannot stand to have a Digimon be killed over such a small infraction, so he leads the Fusion Fighters against SlushAngemon. Lucemon takes the opportunity to sway the citizens to his side, and when the Fusion Fighters defeat SlushAngemon, he wins enough support to become president. Unfortunately, Lucemon turns out to be a Bagra Army spy in Laylamon's employ, and he uses his new position to unveil the Sky Temple of Darkness (闇の空中神殿 Yami no Kūchū Shinden?). The Sky Temple is where the Zone's Code Crown is stored and used, along with the citizens' pure hearts, to seal the Phantom Mist, the Sky Zone's hidden, corrupting darkness. Lucemon partnered with Midnight to get this far; Lucemon obtains the Code Crown while Midnight gets the Phantom Mist itself. While Nene absorbs as much of the Mist as she can in her Fusion Loader under AxeKnightmon's orders, what she cannot contain leaks out into the Zone and drives its citizens to darkness. The Fusion Fighters defeat Lucemon and regain the Code Crown before confronting Midnight.
Lucemon manages to survive the fight, take Nene hostage, and absorb the Mist for himself. Wild 2nd Mode. Lucemon then begins absorbing every bit of the Mist, incidentally freeing the citizens from its influence, before moving on to taking the data from the Zone itself for his benefit. The Fusion Fighters help Sparrowmon rescue Nene, so she in return aids them in defeating Lucemon once and for all. The Sky Temple crumbles in the aftermath. Shakkoumon officially presents the Code Crown to the Fusion Fighters while Nene takes the remnants of the Mist for herself.He is unable to control the darkness, however, and mutates into his mindless
- Places in the Sky Zone
The Jungle Zone (フォレストゾーン Foresuto Zōn?, lit. "Forest Zone"), named Lost Forest (ロストフォレスト Rosuto Foresuto?) in the Digimon Xros Loader, is an immense forest inhabited by Insect and Plant Digimon. The forest itself is called the Battle Cry Forest (雄叫びの森 Otakebi no Mori?), and within its depths is the Hidden Sanctuary (聖なる神殿 Seinaru Shinden?, lit. "Holy Temple"). Deckerdramon is the guardian deity of the Zone, while Stingmon and Lilamon are its protectors. The Bagra Army commander in charge the Jungle Zone Battalion is Kongoumon. Stingmon himself is enough to fend off Kongoumon until three teams enter the Zone, prompting Tactimon himself to make an appearance.
The Fusion Fighters arrive here in the middle of the air. which forces them to split the group. The Zone itself is in chaos from multiple battles, with the ultimate result being that Tactimon is driven off by the Fusion Fighters, while Kongoumon is defeated by an alliance between Blue Flare and Midnight, who in turn also attack Stingmon and Lilamon in an attempt to discover information about the Hidden Sanctuary and its Guardian. Mortally wounded, Stingmon is rescued by Deckerdramon, which allows AxeKnightmon of Midnight to infiltrate the Hidden Sanctuary. Lilamon reveals that the key to entering relies on Deckerdramon's approval, which the Fusion Fighters receive by Jeremy and Angie performing the Dance of True Heart. The Fusion Fighters split into two groups, one to head within the Sanctuary and the other to hold off the Bagra Army and its renewed attack, with Blue Flare entering as well.
Within the Sanctuary, AxeKnightmon attempts to forcibly recruit Deckerdramon, who rejects him for his black heart. Christopher rejects his alliance with Midnight and joins with the Fusion Fighters in attacking AxeKnightmon, who easily beats both armies. Christopher's strength of heart moves Deckerdramon, who heals Stingmon, grants him guardianship of the Zone, and then formally joins Blue Flare as well as granting Christopher the Zone's Code Crown. Seeing nothing left in the Zone, Midnight retreats, with Blue Flare giving chase. The Fusion Fighters rout the remaining members of the Jungle Zone battalion and, with a fond farewell from its inhabitants, move on.
- Places in the Jungle Zone
The Dust Zone (ダストゾーン Dasuto Zōn?) is an area that is mostly train tracks and junk piles. AxeKnightmon has a tower in this Zone where he gathers dark energy. A Grandlocomon make his home in his own terminal, where he acts as dictator of the Dust Zone, extorting its inhabitants for scrap by withholding necessary DigiOil. Anyone who brings him a Fusion Loader supposedly wins escape from this desolate Zone, but when Puppetmon brings him the Fusion Fighters' Loader, Grandlocomon reveals it to be a lie. He attempts to escape the Zone but is taken out by the Fusion Fighters. AxeKnightmon, meanwhile, seals Nene within his tower and attempts to find a suitable candidate to mature the darkness within. He finds his goal in Christopher Aonuma, who releases the Darkness Loader from its confines and falls under AxeKnightmon's thrall. An all out clash with the Fusion Fighters, Blue Flare, Midnight, and the Bagra Army ensures. It results in AxeKnightmon displaying the power of the Darkness Loader and its Dark DigiFuse, Blue Flare regaining its autonomy, the Bagra Army retreating, and the Fusion Fighters attaining the Zone's Code Crown. With the Fusion Fighters as the Zone's owner, Mikey leaves governing to its inhabitants, now free from their tyrant.
- Places in the Dust Zone
The Warrior Zone (シノビゾーン Shinobi Zōn?, lit. "Shinobi Zone") is a feudal Japan-themed area that is the home-zone of the Monitamon. Here, the Monitamon train within the Monitamon Village (モニタモンの里 Monitamon no Sato?) gain the training their need to excel, and only their elite are allowed to leave. The Zone's princess Babamon lives in the Monita Castle (モニタ城 Monita-jou?), though by the time the Fusion Fighters arrive, it has been usurped by Musyamon and his battalion from the Bagra Army, with Babamon taken hostage. The Fusion Fighters come here to recuperate only to get involved with these events. They decide to take the Code Crown for leverage against Musyamon, only to discover the Zone's quirk: the Code Crown can only be forcibly taken by making the current holder laugh. They head to Karatenmon's Shrine (カラテンモンのお社 Karatenmon no Oyashiro?) where Karatenmon meditates and awaits challengers. Eventually, Nene and Angie succeed in this task, with Nene taking the Code Crown. Musyamon sends a strike force to harass the Monitamon Village after this event. The Fusion Fighters use this chance to send an infiltration team to Monita Castle to rescue the princess while the remaining Fighters protect the Village. The infiltration team succeeds, which allows the rest of the Fusion Fighters free rein to remove the Bagra Army's presence from the Zone. To fully cement her joining the Fusion Fighters, Nene then transfers the Code Crown to Mikey.
The Fusion Fighters return here after the Disc Zone collapses, bringing with them refugees. Here, all parties involved rest and recuperate, though Shoutmon begins nightly training to overcome his weaknesses, aided by Ballistamon and Beelzemon, with a final exam given by the mysterious Tuwarmon. The peace is interrupted by Blastmon, who manages to track them to this Zone. Shoutmon's training pays off in a win for the Fusion Fighters that takes Blastmon out of the equation. In the aftermath, Mikey hears a new DigiMelody. Rescuing Spadamon, the Fusion Fighters make for the Sweet Zone.
- Places in the Warrior Zone
The Disc Zone (ディスクゾーン Disuku Zōn?) is a floating mountain embedded with digital discs. It is home to a large population of Digimon led by Mercurymon. The Zone's peace is shattered by Christopher Aonuma and his Blue Flare, when he kills Mercurymon for the Zone's Code Crown. The Bagra Army then appears and clashes with the Blue Flare, heedless of collateral damage. By the time the Fusion Fighters intervene, the Zone's destruction is inevitable, and Christopher leaves, as he cares little for his new subjects. The mountain ultimately collapses, though Mikey Kudo saves the residents by transporting them to the Warrior Zone.
The Sweet Zone (スイーツゾーン Suītsu Zōn?, lit. "Sweets Zone") is a dessert-themed area in which it constantly snows and its buildings are constructed from sweets. Its residents consist of pastry chefs and those who enjoy their works. The Fortress of Frosting (スイーツ城 Suītsu-jou?, lit. "Sweets Palace") is a large castle where Matadormon, the commander of the Bagra Army in charge of this Zone, makes his base. Spadamon brings the Fusion Fighters here after the Bagra Army subjugates this Zone, taking the Code Crown for himself. Though discovered, the Fusion Fighters bluff their way to the Green Jellybean Waiting Room, where they hold a bake-off with GigaWaruMonzaemon as Nene frees the captured pastry chefs. Though they win and defeat GigaWaruMonzaemon, Matadormon sends them to the abyss beneath the fortress, where they discover the true depths to his cruelty. Matadormon's operation to revive the legendary Breakdramon lies there, where the other residents have their data drained for this purpose, incidentally turning them into Raremons to be used as mindless guards. The Fusion Fighters dismantle Breakdramon and Matadormon here, winning them the Code Crown and the restoration of all the citizens. Having returned the Zone to peace, the Fusion Fighters then move on with the blessing of those they saved.
- Places in the Sweet Zone
The Sword Zone (ソードゾーン Sōdo Zōn?) is a swordsman-themed area whose almost idyllic mountains, forests, and plains are only disrupted by planted swords, with a gigantic one towering over the zone. Inhabitants of this Zone include BeoWolfmon, Vajramon, and Yasyamon, all of whom practice their swordplay against each other. The Bagra Army commander in charge of attacking the Zone is Grademon, who is repelled and defeated by the Fusion Fighters. In doing so, Mikey Kudo obtains the final fragment of the Code Crown, which heralds the revival of purification of all the Bagra Army commanders who the Fusion Fighters defeated. Tactimon intervenes at this point, summoning a tower that disrupts all travel to and from the Zone and forcing a confrontation. Grademon sacrifices himself to destroy the tower, allowing Beelzemon to enter the Zone. With his power, the Fusion Fighters drive off Tactimon, but at the instant of Tactimon's loss, Lord Bagra steals all of the Code Crown fragments for himself and wins control over the Digital World. The aftermath of his attack sucks the human members of the Fusion Fighters and Shoutmon out of the Digital World.
The Snow Zone (スノーゾーン Sunō Zōn?), named The Constantly Snowing Land, is the Digital World's coldest Zone. Only Digimon adapted to cold environments can live here. The Bagra Army commander in charge of attacking the Zone is Zanbamon.
Dark Crystal Palace
The Revenge Zone is a Zone where old grudges come back to the fore. In Digimon Fusion Fighters, old enemies rise here to challenge the player once more.
The Dragonland (ドラゴンランド Doragon Rando?) is the first kingdom, a land of flower fields and rocky terrain. The Dark General Dorbickmon the Fire-fury controls this land with his draconic Fire-fury Army, gathering negative energy from the bird and flower Digimon inhabitants. Dorbickmon also has complete control over its terrain. It features the Weeping Dragon Mountain (竜哭の山 Ryūkoku no Yama?), where flowers whose pollen can paralyze dragons grow, and the Dragon's Waterfall (ドラゴンの滝 Doragon no Taki?), a large waterfall with a closed bottom. This land is Mikey Kudo and Shoutmon's first stop after returning from the Human World, where they see first hand Lord Bagra's changes, and it is also where Christopher Aonuma and his Blue Flare army act as a resistance. Dracomon riddled the underground with tunnels in preparation for his escape, which they use to flee from Dorbickmon's overwhelming might. When Mikey is cornered by Dorbickmon, Nene Amano abuses the Weeping Dragon flowers' pollen to save him, leading Dorbickmon set their next confrontation at the Dragon's Waterfall to prevent the pollen. Mikey and Dracomon respond by blowing up the waterfall, washing away his ground and sea forces as well as opening up his aerial forces to a concentrated pollen assault. When Dorbickmon is eventually taken down, Dragonland comes under the Fusion Fighters' and Blue Flare's joint control, and the two armies join forces under their new banner.
The Canyon Land (キャニオンランド Kyanion Rando?) is a rocky land which resembles the Grand Canyon. The Dark General Gravimon the Earth-god controls this Land until he is slain by the Fusion Fighters United Army.
The Bright Land (ブライトランド Buraito Rando?) is an immense plain watched over by a brilliant sun. "Apollomon the Sun-wheel", a heroic Digimon, is nominally the Dark General of Bright Land, but the true general is his evil, possessed-form, Apollomon Whispered, the self-proclaimed "evil sunspot lurking within the bright sun".
The Land is dominated by Apollonia Tower, which sucks out the vitality of the land below order to support the growth of a lush, paradisical garden at its top. At the foot of the tower, most of Apollomon's citizens have been imprisoned within immovable restraints that force them to remain in awkward positions out in the hot sun; this is due to Apollomon needing to send negative energy to the Bagra Pandæmonium, without being willing to execute his beloved citizens. The top of the tower can only be reached by climbing a huge, perilous staircase on one's own power, but if one falls off the staircase, they will plummet straight to Hell's Field.
The Digital Underworld (ヘルズフィールド Heruzu Fīrudo?, lit. "Hell's Field") is a literal hell that resides beneath Bright Land. It is Bagramon's hell, which means that evil Digimon are actually empowered there, while good Digimon are weakened. There are many floating islands floating above a vast plain, and the islands contain such hazards as a lake of acerbic fluid that eats away at data and a field of spikes made out of the "hardest metal", as well as a black and white castle. The castles are part of the Digital Underworld program controlled by Whispered: opposing armies are set in each castle, and a black or white rose emblem is placed on the lead general of the respective army. The exit to the Digital Underworld remains sealed until one of the roses transmits a signal recording its general's death to both castles.
After Whispered reveals himself, he drops the Fusion Fighters United Army into the Digital Underworld, where Mikey Kudo is set as the general of the Fusion Fighters United Army at the white castle, while Ewan Amano is set as the general over the combined forces of the Midnight and Sun Armies at the black castle. Although Mikey manages to lead his army to victory, he is unwilling to kill Ewan to escape, and so allows Wisemon to simulate his death in order to make the rose send off the death signal to the castles. Meanwhile, Whispered digifuses the defeated Laylamon and Blastmon into Evilbeast Laylamon, allowing them to absorb all the energy of the Digital Underworld and eventually annihilate it in a massive explosion.
The Prison Land (プリズンランド Purizon Rando?) is a bizarre spiritual dimension and an eighth kingdom where AxeKnightmon sent and imprisoned the souls of Shoutmon, Ballistamon, and Dorulumon, as well as the souls of the seven Dark Generals. In a last ditch effort, Mikey Kudo let AxeKnightmon send his own soul there, in an attempt to break his friends out.
|Digital Worlds:||Adventure (Dark Area) | Brave Tamer | Tamers | Frontier | World 3 | New Digital World | Data Squad | Story | Next | Witchelny | Fusion|
|Others:||Real World | Dark Ocean | World of dreams | DigiQuartz | Never-Ever Land | Cyberspace EDEN|
Notes and references
- ↑ This location retains its Japanese name of "Green Zone" in Digimon Fusion Fighters.
- ↑ This location retains its Japanese name of the "Village of Smiles" in Digimon Fusion Fighters.
- ↑ This location is named "Pharaohmon's Grave" in Digimon Fusion Fighters.
- ↑ Karatenmon refers to it as the "Shinobi Village" (忍びの里 Shinobi no Sato?) in the Japanese version of Digimon Fusion, "Laughing All The Way To The Code Crown" .
|Fusion Fighters:||Mikey Kudo | Angie Hinomoto | Jeremy Tsurgi | Nene Amano | Shoutmon | Ballistamon | Dorulumon | Starmons | Cutemon | Beelzemon | Sparrowmon | Other members|
|Blue Flare:||Christopher Aonuma | Greymon | MailBirdramon | Other members|
|Midnight:||Nene Amano | AxeKnightmon | Sparrowmon | Tuwarmon | Tyutyumon | Other members|
|Bagra Army:||Bagramon | Tactimon | Laylamon | Blastmon | Other members|
|Other characters:||Ewan Amano | DigiCards | Other characters|
|Other media:||Super Digica Taisen | Super Xros Wars Red and Blue | Digimon Xros Archive | Digimon Fusion Fighters|
|See also:||Digimon | Digital World | DigiMelody | Fusion Loader | Darkness Loader | Code Crown | Xros Wars | DigiBytes | List of episodes|
|Digimon Fusion Season 2 (The Evil Death Generals and the Seven Kingdoms)|
|Fusion Fighters United Army:||Fusion Fighters | Blue Flare | Ewan Amano | Mervamon | Other members|
|Midnight:||Ewan Amano | AxeKnightmon | Tuwarmon | Tyutyumon | Other members|
|Bagra Army:||Bagramon | Laylamon | Blastmon | Midnight | Dark Generals | Other members|
|Other characters:||DigiCards | Other characters|
|Other media:||Super Digica Taisen | Super Xros Wars Red and Blue | Digimon Xros Archive|
|See also:||Digimon | Digital World | DigiMelody | Fusion Loader | Darkness Loader | Code Crown | Xros Wars | Generals | Dark Stone | List of episodes|
|Digimon Xros Wars: The Young Hunters Who Leapt Through Time|
|Xros Heart:||Tagiru Akashi and Gumdramon | Mikey Kudo and Shoutmon | Ewan Amano and Damemon|
|Xros Heart's allies:||Hideaki Mashimo and Dobermon | Kiichi Funabashi and Locomon | Christopher Aonuma, Greymon, and MailBirdramon | Mizuki and Submarimon|
|Ryouma's team:||Ryouma Mogami and Psychemon | Ren Tobari and Dracmon | Airu Suzaki and Opossummon|
|Ken's team:||Ken and ShimaUnimon | Haruki and Witchmon | Noboru and Allomon|
|Crossovers:||Adventure/02 | Tamers | Frontier | Data Squad|
|Other characters:||Old Clock Shop Man and Clockmon | Angie Hinomoto, Cutemon, and Dorulumon | Jeremy Tsurgi and Ballistamon | Nene Amano, Sparrowmon, and Mervamon | Quartzmon | Other characters|
|See also:||Digimon | DigiQuartz | Digital World | Fusion Loader | Digimon Hunt | Hunters | Collections | Digi-Egg | List of episodes|
|Digimon Xros Wars (manga)|
|Fusion Fighters:||Mikey Kudo | Angie Hinomoto | Jeremy Tsurgi | Kotone Amano | Shoutmon | Ballistamon | Dorulumon | Starmons | Cutemon | Sparrowmon | Wizardmon | Gatomon | Other members|
|Blue Flare:||Christopher Aonuma | Greymon | MailBirdramon | Other members|
|Midnight:||Nene Amano | AxeKnightmon | Sparrowmon | Shademon | Other members|
|Fusion Fighters United Army:||Fusion Fighters | Blue Flare | Royal Knights | Nene Amano | Luminamon | Other members|
|Bagra Army:||Bagramon | Tactimon | Laylamon | Blastmon | Other members|
|Other characters:||ZeedMillenniummon | Tatsuya Sano | Other characters|
|See also:||Digimon | Digital World | DigiMelody | Fusion Loader | Darkness Loader | Code Crown | Xros Wars | Generals | Xros Code | Abyss Truffle | DigiBytes | Digi-Egg | List of chapters|