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* Also at the end of the game [[spoiler: everyone except certain people remember what happened before the reset. Sure this means that world destruction was prevented, but even if digimon themselves remember what happens (as is implied with your digimon rescuing your data), most humans will have forgotten their interactions with digimon. This also means they will have forgotten any positive thing that happened as a result of said interaction such as the young girl's friendship with the two baby digimon in one of the side quests]].

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* The case where Pete/Miko reunites with his master....


* One sidequest is tracking down someone who's been sending messages on the [=DigiLine=] of a Highschool student, who you track down on EDEN. That's not the sad part. The sad part is that [[spoiler: the program has merged with a Digimon and completely destroyed it's mind. While initially it was to track down the culprit, Kyoko urges you to MercyKill the poor thing.]]

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* One sidequest is tracking down someone who's been sending messages on the [=DigiLine=] of a Highschool student, who you track down on EDEN. That's not the sad part. The sad part is that [[spoiler: the program has merged with a Digimon and completely destroyed it's its mind. While initially it was to track down the culprit, Kyoko urges you to MercyKill the poor thing.]]


* During Chapter 1, the player has to break into a hospital ward in order to investigate EDEN Syndrome. While there, they are confronted with their own body which they were separated from after the EDEN attack.

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* During Chapter 1, the player has to break into a hospital ward in order to investigate EDEN Syndrome. While there, they are confronted with their own body which they were separated from after the EDEN Eater attack.



* The ending of the Serial Disapperances in Akibahara. [[spoiler:Not only was the woman, Nishino, a friend of Arata, but she was being driven insane by a Wisemon preying on her inadequate feelings. Just when you've nearly gotten through to her, an Eater shows up and she ends up being a victim of EDEN Syndrome.]]

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* The ending of the Serial Disapperances in Akibahara. [[spoiler:Not only was the woman, Nishino, a friend of Arata, but she was being driven insane by a Wisemon preying on her inadequate feelings. Just when you've nearly gotten through to her, an Eater shows up and she ends up being becoming a victim of EDEN Syndrome.]]

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** [[spoiler: Just to make it worse, the protagonist's brave actions manage to push the ResetButton on a lot of bad things, but the part where Yuugo's been in a coma for most of his youth still happens even in the happy ending.]]


** [[spoiler: This also applies to your own Digimon that saved your life by putting you back together. They're going back to the Digital World and it's unclear if you'll ever be reunited.]]

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** [[spoiler: This also applies to your own Digimon that saved your life by putting you back together. They're going back to the Digital World and it's unclear if you'll ever be reunited.]]]]
* Borders on being FridgeHorror, but Yuuko having to look up how friends are supposed to act truly cements how alone she's always been. Of course, the blow is softened by the whole thing being PlayedForLaughs.

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* The moment just after the final boss when [[spoiler: everything seems to go back to normal. Yuugo returns to his body, the Digimon return back to the Digital World, and Takumi/Ami prepare to head home with their friends... until their body suddenly DISAPPEARS just as Nokia reaches for their hand! She ends up breaking down in the middle of the road when they return to Shibuya.]]

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* Yuugo (the A.I. program) attempts to convince Yuuko not to delete it as it cannot exist outside of EDEN. It only wants to keep living. [[spoiler:Luckily, Yuuko changes her mind at the end.]]
--> '''Yuugo:''' Please, don't misunderstand. I don't want to hurt you, but... I just don't want to be deleted.

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* The ending of the Serial Disapperances in Akibahara. [[spoiler:Not only was the woman, Nishino, a friend of Arata, but she was being driven insane by a Wisemon preying on her inadequate feelings. Just when you've nearly gotten through to her, an Eater shows up and she ends up being a victim of EDEN Syndrome.]]


* At the end of the game [[spoiler: Alphamon, who had been acting as Kyoko for the entire game bids the player farewell, calling them their fair "Watson" one last time before leaving. Although the player would go on to meet the real Kyoko later, it's unknown if they'll ever see their trusted friend and savior ever again.]]

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* At the end of the game [[spoiler: Alphamon, who had been acting as Kyoko for the entire game bids the player farewell, calling them their fair "Watson" one last time before leaving. Although the player would go on to meet the real Kyoko later, it's unknown if they'll ever see their trusted friend and savior ever again.]]
**[[spoiler: This also applies to your own Digimon that saved your life by putting you back together. They're going back to the Digital World and it's unclear if you'll ever be reunited.
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* [[spoiler: Beginning of Eden.]] The second you see [[spoiler: an intact Galacta Park]], you realize that it's actually the ''original version of [[spoiler: Kowloon.]]'' Seeing it makes you realize that a product of love like this eventually gets written over, and replaced by a [[spoiler: community of Hackers who just want to ruin it for everyone else.]]

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* [[spoiler: Beginning of Eden.]] The second you see [[spoiler: an intact Galacta Park]], you realize that it's actually the ''original version of [[spoiler: Kowloon.]]'' Seeing it makes you realize that a product of love like this eventually gets written over, and replaced by a [[spoiler: community of Hackers who just want to ruin it for everyone else.]]
*At the end of the game [[spoiler: Alphamon, who had been acting as Kyoko for the entire game bids the player farewell, calling them their fair "Watson" one last time before leaving. Although the player would go on to meet the real Kyoko later, it's unknown if they'll ever see their trusted friend and savior ever again.
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** Oh and don't think this is like other games where innocent people randomly return to full health after a misunderstanding induced fight. Tankmon is NOT fine after the fight and dies wishing it was never born.


* What happened to [[spoiler: Yuugo. Not the one you meet in EDEN, the real Yuugo who became the first EDEN Syndrome patient. For 8 years he's been trapped in an EldritchAbomination and [[BarrierMaiden single-handedly kept Eater from going on a rampage]].]]

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* What happened to [[spoiler: Yuugo. Not the one you meet in EDEN, the real Yuugo who became the first EDEN Syndrome patient. For 8 years he's been trapped in an EldritchAbomination and [[BarrierMaiden single-handedly kept Eater from going on a rampage]].]]
* [[spoiler: Beginning of Eden.]] The second you see [[spoiler: an intact Galacta Park]], you realize that it's actually the ''original version of [[spoiler: Kowloon.]]'' Seeing it makes you realize that a product of love like this eventually gets written over, and replaced by a [[spoiler: community of Hackers who just want to ruin it for everyone else.
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* Another sidequest has you trying to find out more about a mysterious laser that's causing problems in Shinjuku. When you arrive, it turns out to be a digital laser controlled by a Tankmon that was being experimented on by a government as a potential weapon. The Tankmon talks about how it can't live with itself being a weapon, and wants to get away. The sad part is, it's completely willing to cooperate until you receive a message from Matayoshi, [[YankTheDogsChain which convinces the Tankmon that you're there to take it back to the government and causes it to attack you]].


* One sidequest is tracking down someone who's been sending messages on the [=DigiLine=] of a Highschool student, who you track down on EDEN. That's not the sad part. The sad part is that [[spoiler: the program has merged with a Digimon and completely destroyed it's mind. While initially it was to track down the culprit, Kyoko urges you to MercyKill the poor thing.]]

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* One sidequest is tracking down someone who's been sending messages on the [=DigiLine=] of a Highschool student, who you track down on EDEN. That's not the sad part. The sad part is that [[spoiler: the program has merged with a Digimon and completely destroyed it's mind. While initially it was to track down the culprit, Kyoko urges you to MercyKill the poor thing.]]
* What happened to [[spoiler: Yuugo. Not the one you meet in EDEN, the real Yuugo who became the first EDEN Syndrome patient. For 8 years he's been trapped in an EldritchAbomination and [[BarrierMaiden single-handedly kept Eater from going on a rampage]].
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