History YMMV / DigimonXrosWars

10th Nov '15 5:28:53 AM Anddrix
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--> '''Laylamon''': Sit back and enjoy the show Reapmon. Should be your cup of tea, it all ends in ''[[DudeNotFunny ruin!]]''
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--> '''Laylamon''': Sit back and enjoy the show Reapmon. Should be your cup of tea, it all ends in ''[[DudeNotFunny ruin!]]''''ruin!''
9th Oct '15 2:08:47 PM Mikeyfan93
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* {{Wooleyism}}: Probably the most severe case yet in the franchise. Many of the characters names were changed to exceedingly Western names (Justified with Taiki, which is somewhat uncommon and exotic but less so for Akari as the similarly named character was simply shortened to Kari). But Taiki to Mikey is quite the change compared to previous entries which had at least some relation to the original Japanese (Yamato was shortened to Matt and Takeru to T.K., but the roots are still wholly recognizable).
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* {{Wooleyism}}: {{Woolseyism}}: Probably the most severe case yet in the franchise. Many of the characters names were changed to exceedingly Western names (Justified with Taiki, which is somewhat uncommon and exotic but less so for Akari as the similarly named character was simply shortened to Kari). But Taiki to Mikey is quite the change compared to previous entries which had at least some relation to the original Japanese (Yamato was shortened to Matt and Takeru to T.K., but the roots are still wholly recognizable).
13th Sep '15 1:48:41 PM nombretomado
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* PoorMansSubstitute: Blastmon's voice actor, Creator/DaisukeKishio, sounds like he's trying to imitate {{Norio Wakamoto}}; it's actually impressive, considering how his voice comes quite close to Wakamoto's.
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* PoorMansSubstitute: Blastmon's voice actor, Creator/DaisukeKishio, sounds like he's trying to imitate {{Norio Wakamoto}}; Creator/NorioWakamoto; it's actually impressive, considering how his voice comes quite close to Wakamoto's.
31st Aug '15 3:53:40 PM latios2
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pisode 49, we have both the deaths of Apollomon ''and'' Damemon in rapid succession.]]
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pisode **Episode 49, we have both the [[spoiler: deaths of Apollomon ''and'' Damemon in rapid succession.]]
17th Aug '15 12:55:52 PM Deadbeatloser22
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* MemeticSexGoddess: Lillithmon, [[EvilIsSexy obviously]].
17th Aug '15 1:42:26 AM ACW
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** [[GeneralRipper Tactimon]] is the one leader of [[BigBad Lord Bagra's]] armies with no positive or redeeming features about him. Not only is he responsible for rounding up several good Digimon into labor camps, including Cutemon's parents, he was prepared to torture [[WouldHurtAChild Mikey, a child, to death]] instead of the quick, painless execution he could have ordered. As if that wasn't bad enough, he's a full follower of the WeHaveReserves mantra and has no compunctions about sacrificing his own subordinates for the sake of maintaining his supposedly perfect battle record. This practice disgusted his follower Dorulumon enough to make him defect from Tactimon's side. Once he got out into the real world, he proceeded to lay waste to the area in hopes of getting his enemies killed and destroying what they valued. Shortly afterwards, he attempts to murder Mikey, Angie, and Jeremy with his bare hands. When it comes time for him to do battle with his enemies, all he can feel is [[BloodKnight pure excitement over the thrill of combat and bloodshed.]] ** Another example from the same series is [=NeoMyotismon=] ([=NeoVamdemon=]), an {{Expy}} of ''Adventure's'' Myotismon and the second of [=DarkKnightmon’s=] Death Generals. The ruler of the [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Vampire Land]], he was characterized by only one thing: an undying thirst for power. He possesses familiar spirits known as Evilvils that seek out the life energy of Digimon and give it to him. Not only does he fuse both his minions and his enemies into himself, but he absorbs a great number of innocent Lopmon living in his domain in order to gain immortality from their hidden power. During his battle with the Fusion Fighters, he attempts to absorb Christopher's partner, Metal Greymon, into himself as well, forcing Metal Greymon into an AndIMustScream BodyHorror situation. ** The other particularly heinous Death General is Gravimon, ruler of the Canyon Land. He uses his own core as a way to take Christopher hostage, and then reveals himself as a {{sadist}} who uses his cables to torture Christopher and probe his mind. He revels in MindRape, mercilessly playing off Christopher's psyche until Christopher becomes broken enough to join him and obey his wishes. This set in motion the events that resulted in, among other things, the tragic death of Deckerdramon.
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** [[GeneralRipper **[[GeneralRipper Tactimon]] is the one leader of [[BigBad Lord Bagra's]] armies with no positive or redeeming features about him. Bagra's armies, and his honor code is based solely on his standards of perfection rather than true honor and decency. Not only is he responsible for rounding up several good Digimon into labor camps, including Cutemon's parents, but he was prepared to torture [[WouldHurtAChild torture Mikey, a child, to death]] instead of death]], as opposed to the quick, painless execution he could have ordered. ordered, and later tries to kill him with a beam cannon blast. As if that wasn't bad enough, he's a full follower of the WeHaveReserves mantra and has no compunctions about sacrificing his own subordinates for the sake of maintaining his supposedly perfect battle record. This record, a practice that disgusted his follower Dorulumon enough to make him defect from Tactimon's his side. Towards the end, he uses the negative energy of many Digimon in order to turn their data into dark spirits that he absorbs into his sword in order to boost his own power and ends up taking the life of Grademon without an iota of remorse. Once he got out into the real world, he proceeded to lay waste to the entire area in hopes of getting his enemies killed and destroying taking away what they valued. value. Shortly afterwards, he attempts to murder Mikey, Angie, Angie and Jeremy with his bare hands. When it comes time for him to do battle with his enemies, all he Tactimon can truly feel is [[BloodKnight pure excitement over the thrill of combat and bloodshed.]] ** Another example from the same series bloodshed]]. **[=NeoMyotismon=] ([=NeoVamdemon=]) is [=NeoMyotismon=] ([=NeoVamdemon=]), an {{Expy}} of ''Adventure's'' Myotismon and the second one of [=DarkKnightmon’s=] Lord Bagra's Seven Death Generals. The ruler of the [[OurVampiresAreDifferent ruler of Vampire Land]], he was characterized by only one thing: an undying thirst for power. He possesses familiar spirits known as Evilvils that seek out the life energy of Digimon and give it to him. Not only does he [[TheAssimilator fuse both his minions and his enemies into himself, himself]], but he absorbs a great number of innocent Lopmon living in his domain in order to gain immortality {{immortality|Immorality}} from their hidden power. During his battle with the Fusion Fighters, he attempts to absorb Christopher's (Kiriha’s) partner, Metal Greymon, into himself as well, forcing Metal Greymon into an AndIMustScream BodyHorror situation. ** The other particularly heinous Death General is Gravimon, [[GravityMaster Gravimon]], ruler of the Canyon Land. Land, is another of the Death Generals. He uses his own core as a way to take Christopher hostage, and then reveals himself as a {{sadist}} sadist who uses his cables to torture Christopher and probe his mind. He revels in the following MindRape, mercilessly playing off of Christopher's psyche until [[MoreThanMindControl Christopher becomes broken enough enough]] to join him and obey his wishes. This set in motion the events that resulted in, among other things, the tragic death of Deckerdramon.Deckerdramon, which he ensured by dropping a large gravity attack on top of him. When fighting against the Fusion Fighters, Gravimon tries to physically crush [[WouldHurtAChild both the kids]] and their Digimon in his grasp before trying to manipulate Christopher again with a SadisticChoice- he'd inserted his core into Mikey's body, causing Mikey to endure agonizing pain in the process, and tells Christopher that the only way to destroy both the core and him is to kill Mikey. When Christopher refuses and surrenders instead, Gravimon deems his trust in his friends to be weakness.
8th Aug '15 9:12:00 PM Isaac_Heller
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* FunnyAneurysmMoment: Episode 30, where the kids have returned to Tokyo. Tactimon rampages the whole place, obliterating buildings and even destroying a bridge. The Tohoku earthquake struck just ''three days later''. That's got to be some kind of record.
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* FunnyAneurysmMoment: Episode 30, where the kids have returned to Tokyo. Tactimon rampages the whole place, obliterating buildings and even buildings, destroying a bridge. bridge, and even creating a huge, destructive wave of water.The Tohoku tsunami and earthquake struck just ''three days later''. That's got to be some kind of record.

** In episode 30, Tactimon attacks a city on Earth and at one point his sword attack causes a great wave of water to smash into some buildings, with Jeremy shouting that he could destroy the city like this. Shortly after this episode aired in Japan, the great 2011 tsunami and earthquake transpired.

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** In episode 30, Tactimon As stated above in FunnyAneurysmMoment,Tactimon attacks a city on Earth Tokyo and at one point his sword attack causes a great wave of water to smash into some buildings, with Jeremy shouting that he could destroy the city like this. Shortly after this episode aired in Japan, the great 2011 tsunami and earthquake transpired.
8th Aug '15 9:09:57 PM Isaac_Heller
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** In episode 30, Tactimon attacks a city on Earth and at one point his sword attack causes a great wave of water to smash into some buildings, with Jeremy shouting that he could destroy the city like this. Shortly after this episode aired in Japan, the great 2011 tsunami and earthquake transpired.
3rd Aug '15 6:25:37 PM creader
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* TearJerker: [[spoiler: "Sayonara, Lopmon."]] ** Episode 14 when [[spoiler: Baalmon nearly dies saving Shoutmon X4 and the others from Lilithmon's attack]] while still dying from the injuries he sustained the previous episode. ** Many of the scenes between Shoutmon and Ballistamon in Episodes 40 and 41. ** [[spoiler:Deckerdramon's HeroicSacrifice in episode 43.]] ** [[spoiler:In episode 48, Beelzebumon goes and [[HeroicSacrifice sacrifices]] himself ''again''. Except this time there is no {{Reincarnation}}.]] ** [[spoiler:And in episode 49, we have both the deaths of Apollomon ''and'' Damemon in rapid succession.]]
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* TearJerker: [[spoiler: "Sayonara, Lopmon."]] ** Episode 14 when [[spoiler: Baalmon nearly dies saving Shoutmon X4 and the others from Lilithmon's attack]] while still dying from the injuries he sustained the previous episode. ** Many of the scenes between Shoutmon and Ballistamon in Episodes 40 and 41. ** [[spoiler:Deckerdramon's HeroicSacrifice in episode 43.]] ** [[spoiler:In episode 48, Beelzebumon goes and [[HeroicSacrifice sacrifices]] himself ''again''. Except this time there is no {{Reincarnation}}.]] ** [[spoiler:And in episode pisode 49, we have both the deaths of Apollomon ''and'' Damemon in rapid succession.]]

* Wooleyism: Probably the most severe case yet in the franchise. Many of the characters names were changed to exceedingly Western names (Justified with Taiki, which is somewhat uncommon and exotic but less so for Akari as the similarly named character was simply shortened to Kari). But Taiki to Mikey is quite the change compared to previous entries which had at least some relation to the original Japanese (Yamato was shortened to Matt and Takeru to T.K., but the roots are still wholly recognizable).
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* Wooleyism: {{Wooleyism}}: Probably the most severe case yet in the franchise. Many of the characters names were changed to exceedingly Western names (Justified with Taiki, which is somewhat uncommon and exotic but less so for Akari as the similarly named character was simply shortened to Kari). But Taiki to Mikey is quite the change compared to previous entries which had at least some relation to the original Japanese (Yamato was shortened to Matt and Takeru to T.K., but the roots are still wholly recognizable).
24th Jul '15 11:31:54 PM reppuzan
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** PowerLevels. Complaints how the "high-tier" Digimon get defeated so easily popped up, despite the fact that it had never happened at all. [[spoiler:Most prominent example is [[OlympusMons Neptunemon]] being ''easily'' killed, despite the fact that he was simply outwitted and was impaled on his own very powerful weapon anyway]]. Note that the older series pretty much do the same thing. With [[spoiler:Arkadimon]] reappearing again, people have once again resorted to complaining about this.
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** PowerLevels. Complaints how the "high-tier" Digimon get defeated so easily popped up, despite the fact that it had never happened at all. [[spoiler:Most prominent example is [[OlympusMons Neptunemon]] being ''easily'' killed, despite the fact that he was simply outwitted and was impaled on his own very powerful weapon anyway]]. Note that the older series pretty much do the same thing. With [[spoiler:Arkadimon]] reappearing again, people have once again resorted to complaining about this. Though in some cases these complaints are justified. For example, according to the main lore Huanglongmon is the leader of the Digimon Sovereigns and thus a veritable PhysicalGod able to rival the Holy Knights. Here he's no more than a subordinate to Dorbickmon.
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