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The arc is different from other arcs in this season, in that there's much less focus on a plot; most episodes focus on Tagiru (and occasionally other characters) instead of just Taiki dealing with a MonsterOfTheWeek. However, there is a story running quietly in the background. The hunt right now is all fun and games, but it turns out that the [[spoiler: [=DigiQuartz=] is spreading, endangering the rest of the world.]]

[[spoiler:Early sources indicated that this is partially going to be a MilestoneCelebration in the vein of ''Series/KamenRiderDecade'' and ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger''. The past leaders of each previous ''Digimon'' series, and some of the other characters, make cameo appearances in Episode 68 and return in Episode 76.]]

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The arc is different from other arcs in this season, in that there's much less focus on a plot; most episodes focus on Tagiru (and occasionally other characters) instead of just Taiki dealing with a MonsterOfTheWeek. However, there is a story running quietly in the background. The hunt right now is all fun and games, but it turns out that the [[spoiler: [=DigiQuartz=] is spreading, endangering the rest of the world.]]

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sources indicated that this is partially going to be a MilestoneCelebration in the vein of ''Series/KamenRiderDecade'' and ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger''. The past leaders of each previous ''Digimon'' series, and some of the other characters, make cameo appearances in Episode 68 and return in Episode 76.]]
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* AffablyEvil: So far, the rival Hunters, even though they're all clearly jerks (some moreso than others), have been kind of worried about Tagiru facing [=MetalTyrannomon=] alone, and Airu Suzaki even hinted that they might have helped him out.

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* ActorAllusion: Kiichi's BlushSticker, the messiness of his hair, and the tone of his voice do remind one somewhat of one of Creator/MakikoOhmoto's [[VideoGame/EarthBound more fam]][[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros ous roles]]
* AffablyEvil: So far, the The rival Hunters, even though they're all clearly jerks (some moreso than others), have been kind of worried about Tagiru facing [=MetalTyrannomon=] alone, and Airu Suzaki even hinted that they might have helped him out.


* ActorAllusion: Kiichi's BlushSticker, the messiness of his hair, and the tone of his voice do remind one somewhat of one of Creator/MakikoOhmoto's [[VideoGame/EarthBound more fam]][[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros ous roles]].

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It's followed up by ''Anime/DigimonUniverseApplimonsters''.

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* ActorAllusion: Kiichi's BlushSticker, the messiness of his hair, and the tone of his voice do remind one somewhat of one of Creator/MakikoOhmoto's [[VideoGame/EarthBound more fam]][[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros ous roles]].


** [[Ken, Stingmon, Juu, Gomamon, Yamato, MetalGarurumon, Tentomon, Grani and Tomoki also show up in Episode 78]].

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** [[Ken, [[spoiler: Ken, Stingmon, Juu, Gomamon, Yamato, MetalGarurumon, Tentomon, Grani and Tomoki also show up in Episode 78]].


[[spoiler:Early sources indicated that this is partially going to be a MilestoneCelebration in the vein of ''Series/KamenRiderDecade'' and ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger''. The past leaders of each previous ''Digimon'' series, and some of the other characters, make cameo appearances in episode 68 and return in episode 76.]]

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[[spoiler:Early sources indicated that this is partially going to be a MilestoneCelebration in the vein of ''Series/KamenRiderDecade'' and ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger''. The past leaders of each previous ''Digimon'' series, and some of the other characters, make cameo appearances in episode Episode 68 and return in episode Episode 76.]]



* TheCameo: [[spoiler:Taichi Yagami, Daisuke Motomiya, Takato Matsuda, Takuya Kanbara, Masaru Daimon, and their respective Digimon cameo in episode 68, signifying their return.]]
** [[spoiler: It's not just the leaders. As of episode 76, Mimi Tachikawa and Ruki Makino also appeared.]]

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* TheCameo: [[spoiler:Taichi Yagami, Daisuke Motomiya, Takato Matsuda, Takuya Kanbara, Masaru Daimon, and their respective Digimon cameo in episode Episode 68, signifying their return.]]
** [[spoiler: It's not just the leaders. As of episode Episode 76, Mimi Tachikawa and Ruki Makino also appeared.]]]]
** [[Ken, Stingmon, Juu, Gomamon, Yamato, MetalGarurumon, Tentomon, Grani and Tomoki also show up in Episode 78]].


[[spoiler:Early sources indicated that this is partially going to be a MilestoneCelebration in the vein of ''Series/KamenRiderDecade'' and ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger''. The past leaders from previous seasons make cameo appearances in episode 68 and returned in episode 76.]]

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[[spoiler:Early sources indicated that this is partially going to be a MilestoneCelebration in the vein of ''Series/KamenRiderDecade'' and ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger''. The past leaders from of each previous seasons ''Digimon'' series, and some of the other characters, make cameo appearances in episode 68 and returned return in episode 76.]]


NotDrawnToScale: While there's always been some flex in digimon scales between series, the heroic digimon usually stay within a certain limited range. Here the returning heroes digimon wildly variable from their home universes. Shinegreymon, Omnimon and to a less extent Imperialdramon are tiny in comparison to their normal appearances.

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* NotDrawnToScale: While there's always been some flex in digimon scales between series, the heroic digimon usually stay within a certain limited range. Here the returning heroes digimon wildly variable from their home universes. Shinegreymon, Omnimon and to a less extent Imperialdramon are tiny in comparison to their normal appearances.


* ExcusePlot: The actual plot and characters get nearly zero development. The show is mostly just about Taigeru wondering around and solving some random kid's problem without learning anything or developing himself. Even the crossover even is just an excuse for him to defeat the bigbad without needing to improve himself. All he needs is is shonen guts and two tries and everything falls before him.



* ExcusePlot: The actual plot and characters get nearly zero development. The show is mostly just about Taigeru wondering around and solving some random kid's problem without learning anything or developing himself. Even the crossover even is just an excuse for him to defeat the bigbad without needing to improve himself. All he needs is is shonen guts and two tries and everything falls before him.


* TheCorruption: A human's desires can both attract a Digimon and cause them to run wild in the pursuit of power, which in turn can cause that same individual to do the same.


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* TheCorruption: A human's desires can both attract a Digimon and cause them to run wild in the pursuit of power, which in turn can cause that same individual to do the same.


** Episode thirteen is an homage to ''ThePolarExpress''. Fitting, in that said episode aired on [[ChristmasEpisode Christmas]].

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** Episode thirteen is an homage to ''ThePolarExpress''.''WesternAnimation/ThePolarExpress''. Fitting, in that said episode aired on [[ChristmasEpisode Christmas]].


** [[Spoiler: Omnimon can defeat 16,000 Piedmon+ level opponents in a few moments with no injury or visible effort. He shouldn't have even had to try to end this threat, yet his big contribution is taking out fewer MaloMyotismon than Wargreymon did]].

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** [[Spoiler: [[spoiler: Omnimon can defeat 16,000 Piedmon+ level opponents in a few moments with no injury or visible effort. He shouldn't have even had to try to end this threat, yet his big contribution is taking out fewer MaloMyotismon [=MaloMyotismon=] than Wargreymon did]].


* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: [=SuperStarmon=]'s captives are all clearly based on real-life figures - amongst them are lookalikes of UsefulNotes/BarackObama, MarilynMonroe, BruceLee, and Music/TheBeatles.

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: [=SuperStarmon=]'s captives are all clearly based on real-life figures - amongst them are lookalikes of UsefulNotes/BarackObama, MarilynMonroe, BruceLee, Creator/MarilynMonroe, Creator/BruceLee, and Music/TheBeatles.


NotDrawnToScale: While there's always been some flex in digimon scales between series, the heroic digimon usually stay within a certain limited range. Here the returning heroes digimon wildly variable from their home universes. Shinegreymon, Omnimon and to a less extent Imperialdramon are tiny in comparison to their normal appearances.



*** [[spoiler: Additionally, he is not granted access to [=EmperorGreymon=], who is stronger by magnitudes than Aldamon. His final form, Susanoomon, should be leagues stronger than any of the returning digimon ( being essentially a stage above them, and a universal threat) but he only restrains the enemies for Imperialdramon]]
** [[spoiler: Omnimon and Gallantmon Crimson mode have both in their original series destroyed whole multitudes of Mega level Digimon with ease. They should have been able to end the threat themselves as well]]

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*** [[spoiler: Additionally, he is not granted access to [=EmperorGreymon=], who is stronger by magnitudes than Aldamon. His final form, Susanoomon, should be leagues stronger than any of the returning digimon ( being essentially a stage above them, (with the possible exception of Omnimon) and a universal threat) threat but he only restrains the enemies for Imperialdramon]]
** [[spoiler: Omnimon and Gallantmon Crimson mode have both in their original series destroyed whole multitudes of Mega level Digimon with ease. They wiped out numerous mega equivalent digital beings on his debut. He should have been be able to cleave a path through the lot of them and drop the big bad without much fuss]]
** [[Spoiler: Omnimon can defeat 16,000 Piedmon+ level opponents in a few moments with no injury or visible effort. He shouldn't have even had to try to
end the threat themselves as well]]this threat, yet his big contribution is taking out fewer MaloMyotismon than Wargreymon did]].

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