These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
DarknessBagramon also suffered from this in the finale. Not because he was weak like Kongoumon, but due to Taiki using the unified Code Crown to combine every Digimon in the world into one being. Unsurprisingly, he goes down in one attack.
Tactimon is the one leader of 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 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 We Have Reserves 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 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 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 And I Must ScreamBody Horror 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 Mind Rape, 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.
With the end of said manga, we now have know how ALL digimon continuities are tied together. Making the finale of the second season of the anime (and presence of many characters in it) much less absurd.
As well as Blastmon. BURARARARARARA-BLASTMON IS HERE!
Lunamon, to the extent that Shippinghim/her and Shoutmon is already rather common.
DarkKnightmon is one of the more popular villains in the series thanks to his regal composure, imposing appearance and cunning plans.
Epileptic Trees: Taichi appearing in the X Arena game as a boss, who DigiXrosses WarGreymon and MetalGarurumon into Omegamon. This never had any impact on the series, but it's very easy to see why the trees kicked in. Given that he's going to show up in Young Hunters for at least one episode, though, it wasn't completely unfounded either!
Evil Is Sexy: Lilithmon, obviously. She's the Demon Lord of lust, for chrissakes.
Fan Favorite: Taiki's one of the most popular goggle kids in the franchise, more or less third after Takato and Taichi.
"Funny Aneurysm" Moment: 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.
Growing the Beard: The first six episodes of "Evil Death Generals and the Seven Kingdoms" are somewhat pokey and dull, but the show springs back to life with the introduction of Yuu.
In episode 10 Baalmon/Reapmon offers to form an alliance with Lilithmon/Laylamon. Lilithmon even teases Baalmon a little by claiming he must have a crush on her. Three episodes later Baalmon learns that Lilithmon was responsible for murdering all his comrades including the closest thing he had to a father figure and the loss of his home.
Even worse in the english dub. When the pair meet up again in episode 13, after Reapmon had just explained his Dark and Troubled Past to Mikey.
Laylamon: Sit back and enjoy the show Reapmon. Should be your cup of tea, it all ends in ruin!
One of Shoutmon X5's attack is Meteor Impact. He is only able to do it with Sparrowmon, a bird-themed Digimon. Said punch has only been used twice, both on very powerful Digimon (one was absorbing data of the Zone and the other was able to live in Digital Space). Said attack is referred to as Sparrow Punch.
NeoVamdemon kidnaps a bunch of Lopmons to forcefully DigiXros them to him to grant him immortality. The episode that reveals this aired in Easter Sunday. Lopmons are essentially chocolate bunnies; note that they evolve from a Digimon literally named "Chocomon".
Holy Shit Quotient: The Xros Wars Manga Adaptation started just like the anime, then it quickly went its own way with the plot and has not looked back since then, steadily rising the quotient with its own departures from the anime plot. It then literally rocketed from chapter 16 onwards, starting with the battle against Lilithmon's army, to an even larger scale battle involving Machinedramons (the original version) and Kimeramons, to Tactimon unsheathing his BFS and beating up Shoutmon X7, to an even larger scale battle involving everyone's super evolutions, the Royal Knights, several Milleniumons and then ... Dark Knightmon snaps, leading to the appearance of Zeed Milleniummon. Had it been animated, the quotient would definitely be 1.
Shoutmon X7 Superior Mode is this in both the anime and the manga, literally being a fusion of every single digimon in the entire digital world besides the big bad's. Considering that the digital World here is seperated into different zones, all with there own set of outer space, it really makes the digital world that much bigger.
...Or not. The character map at the beginning of episode 7 shows Kiriha staring at a drawing of Taiki with the caption "My Taiki", making this an Ascended Meme. In the same image, there's also a music note floating over his head.
The manga follows on this too, having Kiriha call Taiki his "beloved" (much to everyone else's surprise). He immediatly says it was just a joke, but...
Blastmon and Tactimon enjoy some nice bromance... or so Blastmon thinks. He also enjoys being loved by male Digimon like Scorpiomon, Cyberdramon and even Bagramon!
In one later episode, he hits on Beelzebumon, calling him "sexy." In the middle of battle.
Dorulumon shares a...rather obvious blush for Cutemon's begging face in episode 27
Les Yay: With Nene and Akari in Chapter 6 of the manga.
They also had some moments in episode 23, what with Akari becoming good friends with Nene and actually being the one to defrost her.
One could make a case of Nene and Mervamon as well.
Moral Event Horizon: Despite not doing much, many people were calling for ChuuChuumon's head when he just sat there, bored, watching Damemon slowly die from his wounds. Thus, ChuuChuumon's eventual death was very satisfying.
Paranoia Fuel: According to their Digimon profile, for every single Monitamon able to be seen in plain sight, there are 30 more hidden.
And in episode 49, we have both the deaths of Apollomon and Damemon in rapid succession.
They Just Didn't Care: Even though the original Japanese version is (as of this writing) available to view legally on Crunchyroll (for free even), and even though that version came first, Saban Brands still made alterations, and additions to the show, some of which were necessary or at the very least understandble (e.g., altering "Deputymon" to look less realistic), but most of which didn't need to be done, including one major change in one episodenote Akari / Angie telling Zenjiro / Jeremy that he "doesn't know Japanese", implying the Americanitis trope, even though previous Digimon series have admitted to taking place in Japan.. Because the Japanese version is available to watch legally, more people know about what was being done to the show, yet, for all intents and purposes, Saban Brands essentially pretended as though the original version never existed.
Tough Act to Follow: Contrary to popular belief amongst fans, Xros Wars was this to the Digimon franchise to that point, as it had some of the worst ratings of any Digimon season. For scope of how bad this was, Digimon Savers's highest ratings were twice that of Xros Wars. Also contrary to popular belief, it wasn't title and time slot changes that started it, as even before then this series's ratings was still the lowest of the franchise: this reached it's pinnacle as of Digimon Xros Wars: The Young Hunters Leaping Through Time, which didn't even have good merchandising (which was Xros Wars biggest success) to keep it afloat.
Troper Critical Mass: It may not have been anywhere near as big a mass as other, more popular works would normally get, but note that all the Xros Wars' pages are significantly longer and more trope-heavy than their equivalents for any other Digimon work on this wiki... Young Hunters may be heading the same way.
Ugly Cute: The Gaossmon in the Blue Flare army. They're basically walking mouths with dinosaur legs and tails, but somehow, they manage to be somewhat endearing.
Hell, basic religion knowledge will already help many older viewers figure out something is wrong with many digimon behaviors like Lucemon being good and Apollomon being considered evil
Viewer Gender Confusion: Cutemon, Sparrowmon and Lunamon all look girly and have an effeminate tone in their voice and use boku. However, Cutemon has been confirmed to be a male. Lunamon and Sparrowmon are yet to be confirmed, but because they both use "boku", they are considered male.
Lunamon has a thing for Shoutmon. So going by the pattern of this series, Lunamon might be a boy. However, Lunamon are traditionally female, so this Lunamon is either a Bokukko with a Precocious Crush or a young male digimon with a case of hero worship (or this is an example of Ho Yay).
Don't let the fashionable hot pink collar confuse you, Lilithmon calls Mugendramon a "good boy".