Wallace (Willis in the English Dub) is a major character in Digimon Adventure 02: Digimon Hurricane Landing!! in which he is paired with Terriermon and Chocomon. He is an American Chosen Child who bears the Digimental of Fate.
Wallace is notable for being one of the few Chosen Children to be paired with multiple Digimon, as well as the only "international" Chosen Child to play a major role in the anime.
As a child, Wallace tried to create a Digi-Egg. While he was successful, the Egg was infected by a virus and hatched into Kuramon. Unbeknownst to Wallace, this Kuramon would later become one of the strongest villains in the entire Digimon Adventure continuity. Even though the Kuramon (now Diablomon) was defeated by Omegamon and Koushiro's quick thinking, it didn't die. The same virus later infected Wallace's Chocomon, turning it into the insane Wendigomon.
Over the course of the next few years, Wendigomon chased Wallace where ever he went, causing Wallace to be constantly on the go. At some point he ended up in New York City where he met Takeru and Hikari.
After deciding to confront Wendigomon once and for all, he went back to where Chocomon was first infected by the virus, Summery Memory, Colorado. On his way he meant up with Daisuke Motomiya, Miyako Inoue and Iori Hida, who all aided him in the final battle against Wendigomon.
Over the course of the final battle, Wendigomon digivolved into Antylamon and Cherubimon, who both proved to be too powerful for the Children. With the power of the Golden Digimentals, Terriermon and V-Mon were able to digivolve into Rapidmon Armor and Magnmamon respectfully, who were able to delete the virus within Cherubimon.
Powers and Stats
Tier: 9-B | At least High 4-C | At least 3-C
Name: Willis/Wallace, Gummymon, Terriermon, Gargomon, Rapidmon
Age: Around 6~8 years old. Wallace looks about 3 or 4 years old when they met
Classification: DigiDestined/Chosen Child, Digimental of Fate/Destiny | Digimon
Attack Potency: Wall level (Should be on par with V-Mon), possibly higher (Held his own against Wendimon for a few minutes, though this could be an outlier) | At least Large Star level (Fought somewhat evenly against Antylamon, who was a match for Flamedramon) | At least Galaxy level (Played a major role in defeating Cherubimon Virus and should be comparable with Magnamon)
Speed: Supersonic+ (Comparable to V-Mon who should as swift as Tentomon) | Hypersonic+ (Kept up with Antylamon, who kept up with Flamedramon) | FTL (Should be on par with Magnamon, who is comparable to Gallantmon and other Royal Knights)
Lifting Strength: At least Superhuman
Striking Strength: Wall Class | At least Large Star Class | At least Galaxy Class
Durability: Wall level | At least Large Star level (Tanked blows from Antylamon) | At least Galaxy level (Tanked hits from Cherubimon Virus, who casually defeated Seraphimon and Holydramon)
Stamina: Quite high. He doesn't appear to get tired over the course of the movie, though like with most Digimon in the Adventure continuity, if he uses too much energy he will degenerate into a weaker form
Range: Several kilometers with most attacks, Gargomon appears to be bound by standard gun range however
Standard Equipment: None | Gun fist | Missiles
Intelligence: Very high, possibly even genius. Implied through the series to be Koushiro's intellectual equal
Weaknesses: Terriermon can't use up too much energy in stronger forms or else it will degenerate
- Double Bubble (Double Bobble): Spits out a lot of adhesive bubbles.
- Bunny Blast (Blazing Fire): An attack that involves firing a concentrated green blast from its mouth.
- Terrier Tornado (Petit Twister): Generates a tiny tornado by spinning its ears like a propeller.
- Gargo Pellets (Gatling Arm): Fires bullets from both arms.
- Bunny Pummel (Dum Dum Upper): Punches his enemy with the guns on his hands.
- Rapid Fire: Rapid-fires homing missiles from both of its arms and the revolver equipped to its back.
- Miracle Missile (Golden Triangle: Fires a beam from its whole body that completely disassembles the opponent's data, similar to "Magna Blaster".
- Moves in italic do not appear in Hurricane Touchdown.
- Not to be confused with Henry Wong's Terriermon
Key: Terriermon | Gargomon | Rapidmon (Golden)