I have so many blogs in mind ... Since I do not have Hackers Memory, it will take time to see gameplays. Meanwhile I'm able to play Digimon Story and Sunburst on my cell phone, so I get information for Chronomon and Grimmon. But both also give information about Servers and similar things. That way I believe that my next blog will be about the Digital World System. Talk about data, source code, Network and servers, etc.
Seeing scans I have found that Eaters usually erase what they absorb and assimilate. That is if a character touches an Eater they are absorbed, have all their evolutionary information copied by the Eaters and then are completely reduced to nothing.
I must say that it is a very powerful skill, if the Eaters do not erase the opponent then he will have to face a being with his own powers and more.
The most incredible thing is that the Digimon are resistant to this naturally, a lot to analyze.
Well, we did not put Impmon with sealing and nullifying powers because according to some he needed preparation for it. So why does Piemon have sealing being that he needs some time for the sealing to get ready?
We learned shortly after Devimon's death that Piemon and the other Dark Masters were preparing the sealing of the Four Holy Beasts.
In the four corners of the world, four sets of light and darkness stood at odds. Those on the side of the Light had large, beastlike shapes, while those on the side of Darkness varied. There was one shaped like a large dragon, another like a mechanical dinosaur, another the size of a human adult, while yet another was as small as a child. Although their shapes were different, all of them were Digimon. News that the children had left File Island reached the dark Digimon that was shaped like a human adult. He cursed. That wretched Devimon failed! Yet he could not make a move. Currently, he needed all of his concentration to seal the Digimon of the Light that was coiled in front of him, its shining dragon–like form trapped as it squirmed unsuccessfully under his power. It would take some time before its seal was completed.
And in the arc of Etemon we learned that they might have already sealed the Four Holy Beasts.
After chaining his hostage Sora to the wall, Nanomon used his repaired hand to hit the keyboard keys at a speed that be caught by the eye. He had changed the network system and programs skillfully, without any of his enemies noticing. Etemon, Vamdemon, and the Dark Masters behind them (HAVE THEY ALREADY FINISHED SEALING THE FOUR HOLY BEASTS, I WONDER) seemed to think that by changing the order of the world, it would make it easier to control, but as he had mentioned earlier, Nanomon did not agree.
Hard to say, we've never seen them doing anything. We only know that they have defeated Apocalymon and the Dark Masters in the past (And we know that even in the past Apocalymon could destroy the Digital World just by existing), but it is possible that it was PIS as it was in Taichi's fight and the others against Apocalymon.
Knightmon would be strange, but it's still makes sense because Clockmon's evolving into Knightmon is VERY consistent. In the first appearance of Knightmon it evolved only of Tankmon and Clockmon. Clockmon evolves into Knightmon at ALL times he can also evolve from Tankmon. But at the same time Clockmon evolves into Knightmon even in games where Tankmon does not evolve into Knightmon.
So we can confirm that Clockmon is the most consistent evolution of Knightmon since Knightmon appeared in the franchise.
Yeah, Precog is literally a Fighting Move in Pokemon. And nothing in lore implies base Alakazam has precog. Hell, I'd even argue that Future Sight isn't as precog as you think as it only sees an attack heading for the opponent. (God only knows who is fucking launching that every battle ovo)
A God Man Digimon which synthesized the abilities of various species, with a human body as the base. The synthesis of species is said to be the result of having sought the extreme called omnipotence, and adapts it to its surroundings, dramatically altering its appearance.
Something fun. The alternate forms of Aegiomon were related to the Yggdrasil Elementary Terminals, Yggdrasil's scraps of data that seemed useless to many, but in the right Digimon hand it can do a lot of things.
Well, I don't see too many hax fights. So once again from my own work,
Kira Phyrra vs Sakura Abachi.
This is one of my favorite fights in all of my works. The two strategically used their hax in the fight, and the fight was very topsy turvy,
In the beginning, Sakura's Hanahime redirected all of Kira's attacks and abilities. This allowed her to hav the initial advantage as Kira didn't know how to get past it. However, once Kira saw how the move worked, she was able to come up with counters. This gave her the advantage there. Overtime each kept countering one another's hax until eventually Kira managed to barely pull a win via Akashi Blade. This fight truly showed the skill of the two and how well they utilize their haxes.
I found that person for me (my irl best friend fits the qualifications, or at the very least is practicing to). But if I could get them on here, that would be a dream come true. Unfortunately, they’d start off very barebones as fighters. Like, Kid Goku would probably decisively beat them in BoS.
As you can see, Xros Revolution are very haxed. It's just that I make sure the characters who drive the plot are interesting and aren't just boring mary/gary sue haxlords. They have weaknesses and flaws and character.
You’re gonna hate me for this, but what’s Lucemon’s weakness? He has character, and is the opposite of dry and boring, but what’s his weakness? Every time he lost, he was just getting beaten up, it seems.
No, this wasn’t some secret ulterior motive to hate on Lucey. He was just the first example to come to mind. And I know YHVH’s or Homura’s or Lavos’ weakness.
As a matter of fact, not Lucey, but can you name an overly haxed character with a notable weakness that doesn’t rely on someone else’s resistances?
A haxed character doesn't need a real vs weakness. I do so because it fits my narrative. Sometimes a weakness does not fit the narrative. Sometimes the villain just get overpowered. Resistances are a thing for this stuff. Potency is a thing for this stuff. There are millions of ways to write a defeat of a very haxed character and make it well written. Here is a quote from the main antagonist from my Yuracion Absolon.
Such power! A little too much in my honest opinion. However, with it, I am no longer rivaled and can now rewrite everything. This reality is nothing but a game to me now. Nothing but fiction. An infinite sandbox. I could experiment with this as much as I want....However....that is not what I wish. I plan to rewrite all of reality, including myself....But is that truly what I want? To end it all like this? I could easily stop Kasairyu from getting the Akashi Jewel, but at the same time, I do not want to.I want a final battle between our ideals to take place. A battle to decide the true fate of all reality. Those Holy Order brats are also coming. How interesting. Even after clearly realizing my power, they still challenge me. This means that this world must be worth saving. Very well, while it may be considered idiotic, I shall wait. I will wait for the final battle.
And here you see a weakness in the form of a character flaw being a weakness. Zavin could have won then and there. However, he wanted a battle between ideals and waited for his opponent to gain power that matched his own. He was defeated in the end. He had no combat flaws. He was just defeated in the end, nothing more.
Yet, me being self aware doesn't really matter to the overall point though. We have people who make some of the most OP characters unknowingly, yet they are defeated in the end and it is well written. Either via some in verse mechanic, or just being overpowered.
In order not to lengthen the thread too much with answers based on the organization of the thread, I'll ask you here: Is your idea to use 3 Pokémon of Ash against the 3 companions of Keisuke? Or face Keisuke against the 3 Pokémon?