At long last, the final enemy appeared. A horrible fear overwhelms the children and freezes them in their tracks. Only Davis confronts MaloMyotismon without total fear. Davis's courage continues to fight through this hopeless situation. His courage gives some of the Digimon power and they are finally able to damage MaloMyotismon. But, MaloMyotismon fires a strange attack at them and they are captured in light. The DigiDestined find themselves within their own minds, thoughts and dreams. Wandering in a world of illusions that reflect reality. Will they throw away their courage to fight? A miracle has not been seen yet. Davis's heart is becoming desperate. This is the final and last battle! All our chances lie on a few chosen children...
(Numbers indicate order of appearance. Bolded characters are fought by the protagonists, and italicized characters appear only as a voice or silhouette.)
Davis:"Hey handsome, looks like your trick didn't work—we're back!" MaloMyotismon:"But how!? No child is without fears—how could my illusion not effect you?" Davis:"Aside from a guy with a letter-opener on his face trying to kill me, I'm happy to say I've got nothing to worry about."
—Surprisingly, it seems like Davis has inner peace.
T.K.:"But how did ExVeemon split into his three seperate Digivolutions?" Davis:"I don't know. MaloMyotismon was making my blood boil. All I did was wish he could be stronger!" T.K.:"That's crazy—even for this crazy place!" Ken:"Maybe it's not; what if this place has the power the make wishes come true?"
—The Digidestined find their trump card to fight back.
In Ken's illusion, several shots of the Digimon Emperor being struck by the Digimon's attacks are removed from the English dub.
The original version features three insert songs for evolutions, the first being Break Up!, followed by Beat Hit, and finally the series opening theme Target ~Akai Shougeki~.
In the English dub, after digivolving, Pegasusmon says "Galloping Hope" instead of "Flying Hope".
In the English dub, Yolei mistakenly comments on her "brothers", rather than on her "brother".