Also, I was wondering if this meant that these flames came from the Dark Area as they are stated to directly come from the abyss which makes me think this is something different compared to Impmon and Candmon's normal flames.
Like what existed in Digimon Heroes, as Digimon Crusader had a lot of information from every corner of the franchise, many product terms that were never translated before were eventually translated into Digimon Heroes. For example in the "Yggdrasil Event" to be able to win Yggdrasil it was necessary to collect VictoryGreymon and Z'dGarurumon, exactly called "Arbitrators" as well as in Digimon Next, even if the Digimon Next has never been translated before.
What I liked more in this is the "7D6" that means "2006" in Hexadecimal and then it's said that that avatar was created in the Real World year of 2006. It's funny because is the Digimon Savers year, with means that before that... there isn't the 7D6 avatar 0v0
I wonder if Overlord Gaia was a Yggdrasil avatar in the past.
Dragonmasterxyz wrote: That thing can join your party? Also what is Overlord Gaia?
With hacks everything is possible 0v0
Overlord Gaia refers to one of Host Computer's Gaia known forms, the ultimate villain of Digimon World 2. It is explained that the Digital World is a type of "Matrix" that exists inside Gaia, being that all the humans there are only beings of thought that are living in a type of dream. Gaia exists to coordinate evolution research on the Digimon, and then decided to start a research involving wars by inserting Humans into the equation by putting human factions at war and influencing the Digimon in that. The final plan involved Gaia merging with the most powerful of all humans, becoming a supreme divine being who would rule over both worlds. When defeated Overlord Gaia destroys the Digital World and then a System Backup starts where everything restarts and then Gaia returns to normal without having more the malignant personality that began due to a problem.
Ah. Digimon has so many beings that I never knew existed. But he does seem like something related to Ygg. However, a better theory would be that he is the Host Computer of another Network from Ygg and Homeros or whatever his name was.
I also think it's the case, Digimon at the beginning used many characters being possible "Hosts Computers" such as Card Battle's "Rosemon", GAIA World 2 and theoretically ENIAC and ABC could also fit in. In the end either they were forgotten, or simply became incompatible with the lore of Digimon.
I am seeing information from World 2 and I see that there are cracks in the World 1 maps in it that are not in the game. Also have a map in this game that I have never seen, I will verify that World 3 also has something of the type.
It's funny how there's some pieces of Digmon lore that is used in the DRB profiles, and come from very unique pieces of story that's currently forgotten. Like this Babamon info:
According to rumor, it is whispered that a Rosemon was placed under a spell and turned into this form.
Although Babamon's initial appearance was in Hyper Colosseum and in future was used in "Digital Monster: Digita Card Battle" and in this game, Babamon is a main character and for what it seems, it really is a Rosemon that has been infected by a virus. Well, I'm not sure, but that's what I imagine as I look at the game's cutescenes (I'm currently looking for lost information on Digimon games while unzipping the roms). It's a shame that this game was never translated, and this important part of Digimon lore was forgotten.
It seems to be related to the Digimon World Storyline. This story began in Digimon World, then Digimon Digital Card Battle, Digimon Digital Card Arena and then Digimon World Net 0rder. Strangely when Digital Card Arena was translated, it was renamed Digital Card Battle, which is the name of a game in this Storyline that was not translated.
Working on it. And I just realized that with Section 2 we are gonna have to create a rule that or something that keeps us from using "the power of Darkness" = Existence Erasure all the time. I say this because, this can get pretty crazy with Sunburst and Moonlight skills.
Seeing the mentions about the Kernel, it makes a lot of sense for Yggdrasil to rest on Mugen Moutain. We know that Mugen Moutain is located in the center of File Island, and it is located in the center of the Digital World. We know that the Kernel is located in relation to the center of the digital world, with Yggdrasil residing in the Kernel and at the same time in Mugen Moutain, which fits the Kernel descriptions ... I wonder if Mugen Moutain is a gateway to the Kernel 0v0
Well, we know that the interior of Mugen Moutain is actually another dimension (It's like that since Digimon World). Well, considering the higher-dimensional mechanics in Mugen Moutain and we know that the Kernel is indeed a higher world ... I speculate that the Kernel would be at the top of all of this (since Yggdrasil would reside at the top of Mugen Moutain).
I'll still do a more accurate translation, but I want to give you an idea. I've been looking at Nakashima's comments on the Xros Wars manga.
Nakashima comments that he was a complete newbie about Digimon, so he rushed to study everything about the franchise by watching anime, manga, etc. He said he enjoyed feeling the warmth of the fans' passion for the franchise.
He also says he understands that fans of the franchise are angry about the changes in the scenario that manga and anime have made regarding the franchise's past. But he defends himself by saying that the changes would be good to expand the franchise as much as possible. He ends by saying that he would like fans to accept the anime and manga as a part of Digimon.
In the end he comments that he wrote some scenes while listening to songs like Brave Heart and Butterfly. He hopes fans read the manga while listening to the songs.
Yes. As Digimon's world hierarchy has a basis in Emanationism, I've decided to do a little research on the subject, and it's interesting to see how some of the concepts may actually have been used in Digimon to explain how "Data" might equal everything. Like this:
According to Emanationism, Creation occurs by a process of emanation - "out-flowing". The entire cosmos, and even all the Gods and Godheads beyond the Cosmos, has come about through emanation. Just as the ocean forms its surface into waves, so the Absolute forms upon and as Itself successive manifestations, successive entities. And these in turn create - or rather, emanate - further entities, and so on, with all these entities combining and interacting in the extraordinary network of existence. Each of the levels of reality in the Emanationist Cosmology could be termed a "World". Here, "World" is a general term meaning any self-contained realm or universe of existence. One could equally well say "Universe", "Cosmos", "Sphere", "Realm", "Plane", "horizon", "reality", "state of existence", "state of consciousness", etc. The term "World" has been chosen simply because it is a useful general term. One could think of the relationship between each of these levels as being like "body and soul", "spirit and matter", or "Creator and creature", in that each higher level is the Soul, Spirit, and Creator of the level immediately below it; and the Body, Matter, and Creature (created being) of the level immediately above it.
A very good spolier about the Chronicle X mamga. Jesmon X uses the power of the Kyuukyoku Senjin Seibaken to destroy the fighting spirit of ALL THE DIGIMON IN THE ODL DIGITAL WORLD. He did it to end the anarchy in the world.
Chronicle X is not having a very good reputation. Like the original manga from the Digimon Chronicle, it's only 4 pages without much information about Storyline that isn't what we already know, and that does not have the end of the story either.
In addition, unlike the original Digimon Chronicle that there were many texts telling additional information that were not in the manga, the Chronicle X version came with a very small amount of information, things that were already in the original version and that for some reason are very smaller than before.
For example: In the first version of the Digimon Chronicle there is half a full page full of images and information to explain what the X-Antibody Indicator is, while the Chronicle X version contains only a short text with only two / three lines does not even really explain what the XAI is, and apparently it's full of mistakes.
The weekend coming up, I should be able to continue writing the blog. I finished reading the four pages of the Chronicle X, there are not many interesting things besides being able to see the design of the various X-Antibody (Including the Royal Knights) and also finally see some old Digimon scenarios as the scenario the Royal Base of X -Evolution.
Unfortunately, I was busy with college tests and I really will only have time this weekend. Unfortunately I spent all these days outside without advancing my service. Well, the description of Hammer Spark in the novel is interesting
Zudomon struck the Thor Hammer in his right hand at the closest steel beam. Sparks flew.
The real power of Zudomon’s attack was neither from the hammer nor the destructive force that came from his arm strength. With one focused swing, the sparks that were created when both the chrome digizoid and his force of will combined could destroy the data composition of Digimon itself.
That's very understandable. I have been busy with college projects myself, so I understand your pain. I kinda assumed the reason you were gone for a bit was due to school stuff. I just noticed that you were active recently so I decided to see how you were doing.
Jeez, another attack that instantly destroys the data it touches. Digimon must love moves like this.
A great swarm of bats flew towards Hikari and Tailmon. They were no longer living life forms, but a lethal weapon that immediately deleted their own data upon hitting their target, forcing their opponent to be annihilated as well.
It was neither Hikari nor Tailmon that was hit.
Mustering up the last of his magical powers, Wizarmon flew through the air and stood in front of them. The bats disappeared into Wizarmon’s body as if they were being sucked in.
Wizarmon fell slowly to the ground.
The data composition of his body was already breaking down.
1) The relation of Omegamon and Shoutmon is more literal than we thought. Shoutmon actually arose from a Digitama which was formed from the data of Omegamon's power and thought from when he was killed by Bagramon and Tactimon.
2) The greatest source of knowledge of Nakashima was in fact the Digimon Animes Memorial Book, which is interesting since earlier in the interview he actually made reference to Digimon concepts that was explained in the Memorial Book, as the relation between the Evolution and Psychology. After that he revealed that he took a look at books produced by Bandai (possibly the source of the various DRB references) and also blogs made by the fans themselves.
3)He still believes he would like fans to accept Xros Wars as part of Digimon, but he understands those who do not like it. They at least ask people to enjoy the Digimon that appears in Xros Wars.
4) He mentions that it was not possible to create a story based on Hunters, but he says he really liked Hunters and his characters. He also said that if it turned out to be a manga, Hunters would be closer to the anime, but with a bigger focus on Taiki's friends who got very overshadowed in the second and third season of Xros Wars.
5) The reason Milleniumon was used was because Mugendramon and Kimeramon are based on "fusion of several Digimon" that already fit the context of DigiXros and so it would be easy to put Milleniumon in history. And of course, as it is related to space-time powers, it would be easy to use it as an explanation for the space-time distortions that were occurring in history. In addition, he explains that he does not really have much knowledge of Mille's story in Wonderswan games, so he did not use many details from the games. But that Digimon with great knowledge as Jijimon and DarkKnightmon knew about the other Mille that existed in the past.
6) There would be a scene involving Bagramon and Lucemon, with Lucemon being Bagramon's main target as being close to Tactimon. However, Bagramon was unable to convince Lucemon to follow him and he chose not to intervene in the events, and only to observe the consequences of Bagramon's actions. In fact, it was at this very moment that Lilithmon would find Bagramon and decide to follow him.
7) He says that after SkullKnightmon is purified and turn over a Holy Knight he would act as a Tsundere, helping the protagonists but still in his original style.
8) If he could he would have used Gankoomon and Jesmon in this story. He also comments that because Examon has been a very new Digimon and he is very big, he can not do much besides put him in a picture in the manga.
9) His favorite songs are Butter-Fly, Brave Heart and Never Give Up
Ooh that's nice. I'll still be a bit busy but free to talk and look at things.
As for the interview, I find them interesting. Although, I assume this is mainy detailing the manga? Also I love the connection between Omegamon and Shoutmon. Kinda reminds me of Apocalymon and Mephismon. I also find the whole Bagramon and Lucemon interaction interesting.
Yes, Nakashima was responsible for the manga. Interestingly, he comments in the interview that there was a lot of interaction between Bandai, Toei and him while the manga, anime and games were produced. In fact, from what it seems the presence of Ulforce V-Dramon in the Real World was already something that had been previously requested.
Anyway, I updated the text again and in the next update I will comment on the Dark Area. After that it will be the turn of other worlds, the World of Eaters and other things. After that, the blog should be finalized and then only two blogs will be missing before the general revisions of Digimon (A on the general functioning of Data and Digimon, referring to the Adventure / XW / CS lore differently from the first ones that only used the meanings of the V-Pets. And then a general blog explaining all the Power Scalling of Digimon).
And something interesting ... Yesterday Bandai published information of two Digimon that although not very well-known ... they are part of a well-known evolutionary line (Bantyo Leomon).
This is interesting because Bantyo Leomon was one of the most important characters in the storyline of Digimon Accel, the V-Pet that came after the Pendulum X. Considering that the Digital Monster X has already been made available, so if everything follows the rhythm it was having Monster ~ Pendulum ~ Pendulum X) then the next revival will be Digimon Accel ... I believe we will have more information in the next few days.
I would specifically love an artbook from Digimon Accel, since there is MANY information from this storyline that has been lost, announced and never worked on or simply ignored.
I would like a story in the format of the Digimon Chronicle and Digimon Chronicle X, I think it fits a lot into it. Although I would prefer the art style normally used on Twitter, since it was already used at the time since the Digimon Accel / Digimon Mini
We don't know. All the info about that is in V-Jumps of that time and in the Digimon Accel manual. We don't have scans for both of them (In fact there was a fansite with a lot of old V-Jump scans, but now all of them are offline.
I'm playing Digimon Linkz and I get some nice scans in the game.
Unfortunately, I would use content contained in the Digimon World Re: Digitize ... the only captioned version of the opening is available with Operation Decode ... and today I discovered that Hasbro removed the video because of copyrights ...
Yes, and now I will be writing an improvement of the text about the Gods to explain their part in the Hierarchy of Worlds. After that, there will be only a few things to do, like the last two blogs. Meanwhile, what do you think of a little revision on the skills of some Digimon?
Digimon. I don't know what happened to me to write humans XD
It seems like that the distortions in the DW are now very low, and then only then only a few people can see Digimon like in Adventure and Xros Wars.
Also, I'm playing SMT:Devil Summoner, reading Yu-Gi-OH! and watching Bakugan... and it's very funny the many similarities with Digimon. Mainly SMT and Yu-Gi-OH! (And the manga also have a lot of similar concepts with Digimon like the "World of Darkness" as the primordial nothingness, a infinite higher-dimensional void beyond the infinite multiverse where humans exist).
What I think is cooler is that the three franchises (Digimon, Yu-Gi-OH! And SMT) follow the idea of beings from another world who interacted with humans at different times in history and that at every moment their existence is interpreted in some way by humans which changes their ways of interacting, is a very interesting idea of the world.
And it really is curious that Digimon really got inspired in SMT with the artworks, and then Kakudou would adopt a world view very similar to SMT when the anime was developed.
Remember the Analogman Hack? In Digimon Linkz, Volcanicdramon has a lot of that too. In the main story it is revealed that because of the importance of Volcanicdramon to the Digital World, its ID has administration privileges that allows to manage the Digital World.
As an example of this, Volcanicdramon used this power to become invincible always receiving 0 damage from opponents XD
Night of Fire: Summons flames of darkness to attack the opponent.
I'll check the calc later, now I'm a little busy because of a test I'm going to do, but I should get back on track as soon as possible.
theyre diffrent attacks. night of fire is ナイト・オブ・ファイアー whilst Dark Fire (Yami Fire in Japanese) is ヤミファイアー
as for duskmon/loweemon theyre both champion class hybrids, and in the cd drama, he says "I wish I still had duskmons power", implying its stronger than loweemon. the devolution likely just means because its his old form.
KOUICHI: (*Sigh*… If only I had a little more courage… If only some of Duskmon’s strength still remained in me…)
LOWEMON: Kouichi is wrong. Duskmon was strong because he was ignorant. He was strong because the only thing that he knew was to fight. All he ever thought about was defeating his opponents.
It is not said anything about Duskmon being stronger than Lowemon, but that Kouichi simply wanted to still have Duskmon's strength to face the world by taking on his weaknesses, something that Duskmon says would be a bad thing because Duskmon's strength came from negative feelings above.
It is a conversation taking a lot more sense of emotions, as life should be, than actually a talk talking directly about who is the strongest (And even if it were, it still would not indicate that Duskmon is stronger than Lowemon, since nothing in the conversation would indicate this).
Something interesting. Habu has reappeared on Twitter for a while, he said there is a difference in what he wants to do and what financial resources allow. I guess some people might think that Digimon is going through financial problems again, but I think it's just Habu saying he has a lot of ideas but unfortunately he can not apply them because of a lack of resources.
Several facebook fanpages were eventually deleted by Toei and by the looks of it, some pages indicate that they communicated with Toei and say that it really wants to delete all unofficial sources of content about Digimon. I do not know if this is going to happen in other media, but if it is the case the content of Youtube that I use should also be erased over time (Actually, from what looks like Vimeo content I used already had been affected by it).
I will have to remove the videos from blogs in the future and replace them with images to see if this has any extra security, at least we are lucky that I am currently using more images than videos.
I find it strange that the pages are deleted because they contain Digimon material, because this is something useful for the franchise. Not just talking about free advertising, but it's important for fans to release Digimon content because we know BANDAI / TOEI will eventually forget this content, as it has already occurred and we know how much it harms the work of people like Habu. If we look at the interviews, what I see the most is the producers' constant thanks to the fans for storing and releasing content from the franchise, which they themselves have forgotten or lost sources.
It's oddly strange, since recently we had a fan-made event where someone who worked on the franchise thanked the fans for the work and reveals that they actually used the work of the fans of keeping information as a source of material that even official sources no longer had.
I'm understanding that Toei does not want the pages to publish their material, anime, movies, and ova, but I believe that just one alert is enough for all the good that Digimon fanpages bring.
That thing with Habu is an interesting one. He's mentioned before that he doesn't use millenniumon because he doesn't know the history of the mon so doesn't wanna do it a disservice but that makes me wonder if there's no Japanese equivalent to Wikimon or Digimon wiki. He surely could just take an hour to read plot synopsis and boom now you can use him.
Habu also said it's hard for fans to get info on the franchise and wants a website where fans can learn all the stuff so there really mustn't be an equivalent there...
t was Nakashima. One person began to speak as he was surprised that the manga from Xros Wars had so many references to other works like ZeedMille, Zeromaru and others. The person asked how Nakashima got access to this and also asked if Nakashima even had an assistant who was a Digimon fan and who sometimes gave ideas to Nakashima, this was Nakashima's answer.
I did not have assistants who were familiar with Digimon at the time of development (Laughs) what rumor is this? What I used the most was "Digimon Animation Chronicle Digimon Series Memorial Book". It was perfect for me to get an initial overview of the series. So while developing the series, I wrote it based on fan's blogs and SNS, and of course, Bandai's Digimon Dictionary
Digimon Dictionary (デジモン図鑑 ) is the Digimon Reference Book. This is very interesting. Because earlier in the interview he also said: The scenario of evolution is simply a manifestation of children's mental growth when they overcome some obstacle. Although we now have a lot of knowledge about this, in the past the only sources that explain this are Digimon Adventure DVD's (Kakudou and Hiromi Seiki explain it in an interview), Novel and Digimon Memorial Book, which was the greatest source of information that Nakashima used.
In addition, Nakashima also said that the series that he went deeper was Digimon Adventure, and the others he just took a look at the Digimon Dictionary and also searched the internet. Sometimes he also saw some movies to get a quick idea of the characters. This is intriguing, but it explains why we refer to the content of the films as Ornismon.