Digimon Saviors - Comics - Backstory

July 29th, 2012, 2:03 pm

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Posted by Bringer_of_light
July 28th, 2012, 10:53 pm

So like, I've been hearing alot of complaints about how underpowered the current digidestined are, and how they suck and stuff.

We tried to do something where we'd balance it out so the digidestined didn't seem so godmod.

Obviously that made them seem weak

but worry not, in the rest of the comic they're going to get more and more badass

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Posted by TheDarkman1990
July 29th, 2012, 2:43 pm

I sense that Shard is in trouble. The whole thing calls for it.

And btw did the Digimon of the old Digidestined managed to stay at Ultimate as long as they want?

Posted by Bringer_of_light
July 29th, 2012, 3:40 pm

They naturally grew to that level

Think like gatomon who naturally is champ now

Posted by opdisk225
July 31st, 2012, 5:18 am

I see that Carlton refers to himself in third person.

Posted by WarlockEarthbender
October 26th, 2014, 10:38 am

That's is a cool idea to fall back on, the parents journey

Posted by DORUGreymon (Guest)
November 7th, 2015, 1:17 am

Rapidmon. That's one quick bunny rabbit. His Rapid Fire can ruin your day if you're not fast enough to avoid it, and few are.

Triceramon. Now there's a fossil for ya, but he's still one hell of a fighter. His Tri-Horn Attack is sure to leave you in serious pain.

Shawjamon. A Demon Man Digimon with some serious kung-fu skills. Watch out for its Kouyoujou and Getsugazan attacks if you don't want to be in the hospital.

Angewomon. Celestial Digimon, sworn to uphold justice at any cost, and perfectly capable of pegging you between the eyes with her Celestial Arrow.

FUCK YEAH DORUGREYMON - uh... DORUGreymon, DoruGreymon, DoruGureimon, or if you're the ultimate weeaboo, DORUGureimon. Lots of names, lots of awesome. Also known as the Final Enemy, its Metal Meteor crushes its foes with over ten times its own size worth of pure steel.

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