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List of Digimon Tamers episodes 39
"Song of Sakuyamon"
舞い散る究極の花!サクヤモン進化
(Maichiru Kyuukyoku no Hana! Sakuyamon Shinka)
"Whirling Ultimate Flower! Sakuyamon Evolves"
Production
company
(Ja:) Fuji Television
(En:) Saban Entertainment
Airdate (Ja:) December 30, 2001
(En:) March 30, 2002
Written by (En:) Adele Lim
Animation
studio
Toei Animation

The D-Reaper makes its appearance, and the Tamers see its powers firsthand as they finally rescue Calumon.

Synopsis

Zhuqiaomon and Azulongmon send the Tamers to rescue Calumon. Ryo Akiyama and Cyberdramon, arrive to a place where Cyberdramon senses a great power, finding Ebonwumon, who is watching the crevice where the Sovereign Baihumon is fighting "the real enemy". Cyberdramon then intends to fight anyway, but Ebonwumon threatens to fight to the end if Cyberdramon interferes. Suddenly Baihumon jumps out and then collapses. Ryo and Cyberdramon are briefed of the true enemy's objective, and head out towards where Calumon is being held. The Tamers arrive, and see strange red blobs floating upwards, that delete anything that touches them. Ryo and Cyberdramon arrive, and join with the other Tamers. Rika and Renamon set off after Calumon on their own, with Ryo and Cyberdramon following close behind. Rika finally finds Calumon, and they head back up. Ryo grabs her to save her from a blob. He uses a card to cause a cave in, stopping the bubbles for a while. The remainder of the Tamers start rappelling down the wall using Azulongmon's beard to help Ryo and Rika. The bubbles break through though, and Rika goes down to stop them, leaving Calumon with Ryo. Renamon tries to convince her to go back because it is too dangerous, however Rika convinces Renamon to show that fate is not inevitable, and then both take the literal leap of faith. In perfect understanding and trust of each other, Rika and Renamon biomerge into Sakuyamon. The amazed Tamers watch as Sakuyamon destroys the explosion of D-Reaper blobs with a single blow. The Tamers, their Digimon, and Calumon set off with Zhuqiaomon and Azulongmon when a giant geyser of D-Reaper goo shoots out, scattering everywhere, taunting them and one of them getting a bit too close to Jeri...

Featured characters

(Numbers indicate order of appearance. Bolded characters are fought by the protagonists, and italicized characters appear only as a voice or silhouette.)

Humans
In-Training
Rookie
Champion
Ultimate
Mega




Other

Digimon Analyser

Baihumon
DigiAnalyserTamers-Baihumon
Ryo: "Baihumon, a Mega. Guardian of the West. He's one of the four Digimon Sovereigns."

Sakuyamon
DigiAnalyserTamers-Sakuyamon
Henry: "Sakyuamon, a Shaman Data-type Digimon. Mega level!"

Digivolutions

Renamon 1 Sakuyamon 2 Renamon
Renamon t Arrow RR.png Sakuyamon t Arrow RR Red.png Renamon t


Quotes

Terriermon: "How are we supposed to kick its butt if it doesn't even have one?"
Henry: "Good point."

—Terriermon takes an expression too literally.

Other notes

Dubbing changes

  • In the English dub, Sakuyamon's voice is made with Rika and Renamon speaking in unison as with the DNA Digivolutions from the preceding season. However, in the original Sakuyamon speaks with a variation of Renamon's voice, with Ruki's voice only heard when she is shown speaking.

Miscellaneous trivia

  • The Japanese title card image is Sakuyamon.


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