History Franchise / Digimon

20th May '16 6:31:41 PM TFRazorsaw
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* ''Digimon Universe: Applimonsters'' (TV series, 2016-)

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* ''Digimon Universe: Applimonsters'' ''Anime/DigimonUniverseApplimonsters'' (TV series, 2016-)
20th May '16 2:56:13 PM TFRazorsaw
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20th May '16 2:55:39 PM TFRazorsaw
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* ''Digimon Universe: Applimonsters'' (TV series, 2016-)
17th May '16 7:09:56 PM Berrenta
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* WhatTheHellDad: Some parents have trouble adapting to the Digimon in their children's lives. Other parents are kind of asking for a punch in the face. Sometimes the kids will assume this when their parents are behaving properly.
5th Apr '16 11:43:45 AM dieseldragons
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* HumansAreSpecial: Somehow, maybe because their networks created or expedited the Digital World, humans have a huge influence over the Digimon from evolutions to raising eggs. It seems that [[MugglesDoItBetter Humans Do It Better]] then most Digimon can do it on their own.

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* HumansAreSpecial: Somehow, maybe because their networks created or expedited the Digital World, humans have a huge influence over the Digimon from evolutions to raising eggs. It seems that [[MugglesDoItBetter Humans Do It Better]] then most Digimon can do it on their own. In the Digitial World, it takes a Digimon an unfeasibly long time to evolve on their own. Hundreds of thousands to millions of years to achieve the Champion or Mega level. Whereas if they bond with a human partner they can evolve in a matter of days or weeks. Hence why some Digimon, wanting to become stronger, ''are so determined'' to either [[ThisIsMyHuman abduct a human]], or escape to the human world.
18th Mar '16 1:19:21 PM Willbyr
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Base entry for the '''''Digimon''''' ([[PortmanteauSeriesNickname short for]] "Digital Monsters") SeriesFranchise, centered on {{bond creature|s}} {{mons}} from {{cyberspace}}. Originally beginning as the ''Digimon'' virtual pet, conceived as the SpearCounterpart of ''{{Tamagotchi}}'' in an effort to broaden the latter's appeal to boys, it has since spread across numerous {{alternate continuit|y}}ies in multiple media including anime, manga, video games, and trading card games. The franchise is created and maintained by Bandai (now [[Creator/NamcoBandai Bandai Namco]]) and [=WiZ=], while Creator/ToeiAnimation shares an interest in the brand and is responsible for its anime series, promotional materials, and game cutscenes.

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Base entry for the '''''Digimon''''' ([[PortmanteauSeriesNickname short for]] "Digital Monsters") SeriesFranchise, centered on {{bond creature|s}} {{mons}} from {{cyberspace}}. Originally beginning as the ''Digimon'' virtual pet, conceived as the SpearCounterpart of ''{{Tamagotchi}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Tamagotchi}}'' in an effort to broaden the latter's appeal to boys, it has since spread across numerous {{alternate continuit|y}}ies in multiple media including anime, manga, video games, and trading card games. The franchise is created and maintained by Bandai (now [[Creator/NamcoBandai Bandai Namco]]) and [=WiZ=], while Creator/ToeiAnimation shares an interest in the brand and is responsible for its anime series, promotional materials, and game cutscenes.
13th Mar '16 11:27:43 PM Customer
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* MetamorphosisMonster: How digivolution (and all its methods, such as Jogress/DNA Digivolution and Armor Evolutions) function, especially outside of the anime installments. In general (starting with the original V-pet game), every digimon can digivolve into a variety of species that don't always follow a set theme. Depending on the quality of its raising, a digimon can go wildly off course with its expected evolution path. This is one of the many aspects of the series that sets it apart from other {{Mon}} series.
* The anime downplays the randomness of this facet of things, by giving each individual partner having a single straight line through various forms (which tend to differ even for individuals of the same species; Tai & Marcus both had Agumon partners, distinguished by their evolines). Variant evolutions occasionally occur (through [[BrainwashedAndCrazy Dark Evolution]] and item-induced evolutions).

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* MetamorphosisMonster: How digivolution (and all its methods, such as Jogress/DNA Digivolution and Armor Evolutions) function, especially outside of the anime installments. In general (starting with the original V-pet game), every digimon can digivolve into a variety of species that don't always follow a set theme. Depending theme, and, depending on the quality of its raising, a digimon can go wildly off course with its expected evolution path. This is one of the many aspects of the series that sets it apart from other {{Mon}} series.
* ** The anime downplays installments downplay the randomness of this facet of things, by giving each individual partner having a single straight line through various forms (which tend to differ even for individuals of the same species; Tai & Marcus both had Agumon partners, distinguished by their evolines). Variant evolutions occasionally occur (through [[BrainwashedAndCrazy Dark Evolution]] and item-induced evolutions).
13th Mar '16 9:34:21 AM XadhoomXado
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* MetamorphosisMonster: How digivolution (and all its derivatives, such as Jogress/DNA Digivolution and Armor Evolutions) technically function, especially outside of the anime installments. In general (starting with the original V-pet game), every digimon has the capability to digivolve into a variety of forms that don't always follow a set theme, and technically, while there are set lines that a particular digimon is ''more likely'' to head towards (Agumon to the Greymon line and Gabumon to the Garurumon line, for example), this is not set in stone, and depending on how it's raised, a digimon can go wildly off course with its expected evolution path (for instance, with Numemon typically being the result of a poorly trained and/or poorly experienced digimon trying to evolve). This is one of the many aspects of the series that sets it apart from other {{Mon}} series.
** The anime averts this for the most part, having the majority of partner digimon go in a "straight line" to a specific form, but variant digivolutions, though not as drastic as what the games and card game can get up to, are still referenced on occasion:
*** ''Adventure 01'': When Tai tries to force Agumon to digivolve into Ultimate/Perfect level, he ends up causing Agumon to become [=SkullGreymon=], a giant, skeletal version of the Greymon species that just rampages at everything. Afterwards, Tai learns to treat Agumon better, which results in him being able to digivolve into [=MetalGreymon=], his proper Ultimate/Perfect form.
*** ''Tamers'': Takato, in a fit of rage ([[BewareTheNiceOnes which is]] [[RageBreakingPoint unusual]] [[NiceGuy for Takato]]), also forces Guilmon to digivolve into a demonic Perfect/Mega level dragon called Megidramon. Similar to Tai's situation, he learns from the experience and later is able to get Guilmon to digivolve into the Royal Knight, Gallantmon.

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* MetamorphosisMonster: How digivolution (and all its derivatives, methods, such as Jogress/DNA Digivolution and Armor Evolutions) technically function, especially outside of the anime installments. In general (starting with the original V-pet game), every digimon has the capability to can digivolve into a variety of forms species that don't always follow a set theme, and technically, while there are set lines that a particular digimon is ''more likely'' to head towards (Agumon to theme. Depending on the Greymon line and Gabumon to the Garurumon line, for example), this is not set in stone, and depending on how it's raised, quality of its raising, a digimon can go wildly off course with its expected evolution path (for instance, with Numemon typically being the result of a poorly trained and/or poorly experienced digimon trying to evolve).path. This is one of the many aspects of the series that sets it apart from other {{Mon}} series.
** * The anime averts downplays the randomness of this for the most part, having the majority facet of things, by giving each individual partner digimon go in having a "straight line" single straight line through various forms (which tend to a specific form, but variant digivolutions, though not as drastic as what differ even for individuals of the games and card game can get up to, are still referenced on occasion:
*** ''Adventure 01'': When
same species; Tai tries to force & Marcus both had Agumon to digivolve into Ultimate/Perfect level, he ends up causing Agumon to become [=SkullGreymon=], a giant, skeletal version of the Greymon species that just rampages at everything. Afterwards, Tai learns to treat Agumon better, which results in him being able to digivolve into [=MetalGreymon=], his proper Ultimate/Perfect form.
*** ''Tamers'': Takato, in a fit of rage ([[BewareTheNiceOnes which is]] [[RageBreakingPoint unusual]] [[NiceGuy for Takato]]), also forces Guilmon to digivolve into a demonic Perfect/Mega level dragon called Megidramon. Similar to Tai's situation, he learns from the experience
partners, distinguished by their evolines). Variant evolutions occasionally occur (through [[BrainwashedAndCrazy Dark Evolution]] and later is able to get Guilmon to digivolve into the Royal Knight, Gallantmon.item-induced evolutions).
11th Mar '16 4:06:57 PM Edgar81539
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** [[spoiler: And the cruel joke keeps going on Anime/DigimonAdventureTri with Leomon kicking the bucket when Meicoomon goes feral and ravages him]]
29th Feb '16 3:03:39 PM Customer
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* MetamorphosisMonster: How digivolution (and all its derivatives) technically function, especially outside of the anime installments. In general (starting with the original V-pet game), every digimon has the capability to digivolve into a variety of forms, and technically, while there are set lines that a digimon is ''more likely'' to head towards (Agumon and the Greymon to Wargreymon line, for example), this is not set in stone, and depending on how it's raised, a digimon can go wildly off course with its expected evolution path (for instance, with Numemon typically being the result of a poorly trained and/or poorly experienced digimon trying to evolve). This is one of the many aspects of the series that sets it apart from other {{Mon}} series.
** The anime averts this for the most part, having the majority of partner digimon go in a "straight line" to a specific form, but it is still referenced on occasion:

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* MetamorphosisMonster: How digivolution (and all its derivatives) derivatives, such as Jogress/DNA Digivolution and Armor Evolutions) technically function, especially outside of the anime installments. In general (starting with the original V-pet game), every digimon has the capability to digivolve into a variety of forms, forms that don't always follow a set theme, and technically, while there are set lines that a particular digimon is ''more likely'' to head towards (Agumon and to the Greymon line and Gabumon to Wargreymon the Garurumon line, for example), this is not set in stone, and depending on how it's raised, a digimon can go wildly off course with its expected evolution path (for instance, with Numemon typically being the result of a poorly trained and/or poorly experienced digimon trying to evolve). This is one of the many aspects of the series that sets it apart from other {{Mon}} series.
** The anime averts this for the most part, having the majority of partner digimon go in a "straight line" to a specific form, but it is variant digivolutions, though not as drastic as what the games and card game can get up to, are still referenced on occasion:
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