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  1. A Digivice (デジヴァイス, Dejivaisu), based on Bandai's Digital Monster virtual pet toy, [5] is a digital device that the DigiDestined use to enter the Digital World and help their Digimon partners Digivolve.
  2. Digivolution (進化, Shinka) is the process by which a Digimon evolves into a higher-leveled, more powerful form. [6] [7] [8]
  3. Warp Digivolution (ワープ進化, Wāpu Shinka). [10]

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Digimon, short for "Digital Monsters", is a Japanese media franchise encompassing virtual pet toys, anime, manga, video games, films and a trading card game. The franchise focuses on the eponymous creatures, who inhabit a "Digital World", a parallel universe that originated from Earth's various communication networks.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Agumon</span> Fictional character in Digimon franchise

Agumon (アグモン) is a fictional character from the Japanese multimedia franchise Digimon. He is a reptile-like Digimon who has appeared in various parts of the Digimon franchise including anime, manga, toys, video games, trading card games, and other media.

<i>Digimon Tamers</i> 2001 Japanese television anime

Digimon Tamers is a Japanese anime television series and the third television series in the Digimon franchise, produced by Toei Animation. The series takes place in a new setting separate from the preceding series, Digimon Adventure and Digimon Adventure 02, where the characters utilize cards from the collectible card games. The series aired in Japan from April 2001 to March 2002.

<i>Digimon Adventure 02</i> Japanese anime television series

Digimon Adventure 02 is a Japanese anime television series produced by Toei Animation. It is the sequel to Digimon Adventure, and the second anime series in the Digimon franchise. The series aired in Japan from April 2000 to March 2001. It was originally licensed in North America by Saban Entertainment and aired in the US from August 2000 to May 2001 as the second season of Digimon: Digital Monsters in English-speaking territories.

<i>Digimon Adventure V-Tamer 01</i>

Digimon Adventure V-Tamer 01 is a Japanese manga series based on the Digimon franchise. It was serialized in Shueisha's V Jump magazine from November 21, 1998, to August 21, 2003, running for fifty-eight chapters. This manga introduces the character of Taichi - although he is not the same Taichi that features in the Digimon Adventure TV series, both are quite similar in personality and nearly identical in appearance; V-Tamer takes place in an alternate universe.

<i>Digimon: The Movie</i> 2000 film

Digimon: The Movie is a 2000 American-Japanese animated film adaptation, produced by Saban Entertainment and distributed by 20th Century Fox as part of the Digimon franchise. The film used footage from the short films Digimon Adventure (1999), Digimon Adventure: Our War Game! (2000), and Digimon Adventure 02: Digimon Hurricane Landing!! / Transcendent Evolution!! The Golden Digimentals (2000).

<i>Digimon Adventure: Our War Game!</i> 2000 anime film

Digimon Adventure: Our War Game!, also known as Digimon Adventure: Children's War Game! is a 2000 Japanese anime short film directed by Mamoru Hosoda and produced by Toei Animation. A part of the Digimon media franchise, Our War Game is a sequel to the 1999 anime television series Digimon Adventure, and is the second Digimon film overall. The film premiered in Japan on March 4, 2000 as part of the Toei Anime Fair ; in North America, portions of Our War Game were included in the 2000 film Digimon: The Movie. Hosoda has cited Our War Game! as a major influence on his 2009 film Summer Wars, with critics noting numerous similarities between the films.

<i>Digimon Masters</i> 2009 video game

Digimon Masters, also known as Digimon Masters Online, is a free-to-play massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) with microtransactions. The game is based on the Digimon media franchise, specifically the universe and characters of the fifth anime series, Digimon Data Squad. The game was first released in South Korea on October 30, 2009. An English version was scheduled to be released in December 2010 by WeMade Entertainment, but it was delayed to 2011. It was announced in July 2011 that Joymax, a subsidiary of WeMade Entertainment, would publish the English version of the game. On August 30, 2011, Joymax held a pre-CBT for players, which ended on September 6, 2011. After the conclusion of the pre-CBT, Joymax announced on September 22, 2011 that the OBT will be held on September 27. The OBT for Digimon Masters concluded on October 11, 2011, with the game going into commercial service globally on October 20, 2011, with the exception of some countries, including Japan and Indonesia.

<i>Digimon Adventure</i> (video game) 2013 video game

Digimon Adventure is a 2013 role-playing video game developed by Prope and published by Bandai Namco Games under the Bandai label for the PlayStation Portable. The story of the game is based on the first Digimon anime series of the same name. It includes dialogue with voice acting from the main voice acting team of the anime. The opening theme song for the anime, Butter-Fly by Kōji Wada, and the insert song used for digivolutions, Brave Heart by Ayumi Miyazaki, are also featured. The game is part of the series' 15th anniversary celebration and was released in Japan on January 13, 2013.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Tai Kamiya</span> Fictional character in the Digimon franchise

Taichi "Tai" Kamiya, known as Taichi Yagami in Japan, is a fictional character in the multimedia franchise Digimon. He first appeared in the Digimon Adventure V-Tamer 01 manga, where he is sent to the Digital World to meet his Digimon companion Zeromaru, in order to save it from multiple enemies. An alternate version of Tai appears in Toei Company's 1999 series as the main protagonist of Digimon Adventure, a supporting character in Digimon Adventure 02 and once again as the protagonist of the films Digimon Adventure tri. and Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna. In this timeline, Tai is the leader of the first season DigiDestined. He is adventurous and a born leader, and is usually the first to spring into action. He is partnered with the dinosaur-like Agumon in the Digimon Adventure anime series.

<i>Digimon Adventure tri.</i> Japanese anime film series

Digimon Adventure tri. is a Japanese adventure anime film series produced by Toei Animation. Celebrating the 15th anniversary of the Digimon franchise, the six-part series serves as a direct sequel to the first two television series, Digimon Adventure and Digimon Adventure 02.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Matt Ishida</span> Character in Digimon

Yamato "Matt" Ishida, known as Yamato Ishida in Japan, is a fictional character from the Digimon multimedia franchise, appearing in Digimon Adventure, Digimon Adventure 02, Digimon Adventure tri., and Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna. First appearing in the 1999 film Digimon Adventure, Matt is one of the DigiDestined, a group of children chosen to save the Digital World, and is partnered with Gabumon.

<i>Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna</i> 2020 Japanese film

Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution – Kizuna is a 2020 Japanese anime adventure film produced by Toei Animation and animated by Yumeta Company. The film was released in Japanese theaters on February 21, 2020. Set in the same continuity of the first two Digimon television anime series, the film serves as the series finale of the original Digimon Adventure story.

<i>Digimon Adventure</i> (2020 TV series) 2020 television anime created by Toei Animation

Digimon Adventure is a Japanese anime television series. It is the eighth anime series in the Digimon franchise and a reboot of the original 1999 anime television series of the same title. It was broadcast for 67 episodes on Fuji TV from April 2020 to September 2021.

<i>Digimon Adventure</i> (film) 1999 anime film

Digimon Adventure is a 1999 Japanese animated short film, directed by Mamoru Hosoda in his directorial debut. A part of the Digimon media franchise, Digimon Adventure is the first Digimon film, and serves as a prologue to the 1999 anime television series of the same name. The film was released in theaters in Japan on March 6, 1999, the day before the release of the Digimon Adventure television series.

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Digimon Adventure
Digimon Digital Monsters Season 1 DVD Cover.png
Cover of the U.S DVD box-set.
デジモンアドベンチャー
(Dejimon Adobenchā)
Genre Adventure, [1] [2] isekai [3]
Created byAkiyoshi Hongo