The Burning Digimon Dinosaur - Agumon for Smash - Digimon Survive 2020

HenryWong122

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I currently ****ing love Digimon Adventure:, The first three episodes are a retelling of the first two parts of Digimon: The Movie with the second episode literally being called "War Game" as a reference to Digimon Adventure: Our War Game!, Biyomon digivolves/evolves into Birdramon in episode four, just like in the original.
 
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Maybe with any luck 02's events will be handled better, if they ever get that far.

Also, have a bit more buildup to the final battle with Apocalymon.

On the other hand, with the recent trend of continuity reboots diverging from the original events to some degree, who knows what direction they'll take?
 
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Your SPOILER is a lie.
It's not a lie, it's what appeared to have happened in episode 5. My own interpretation of events. Obviously we don't know exactly how the new lore pans out yet, so I can't say it with certainty, but, if there's something that directly contradicts my observations, I haven't seen it. Feel free to enlighten me.
 

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It's not a lie, it's what appeared to have happened in episode 5. My own interpretation of events. Obviously we don't know exactly how the new lore pans out yet, so I can't say it with certainty, but, if there's something that directly contradicts my observations, I haven't seen it. Feel free to enlighten me.
You're non-specific observations are wrong.
 
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It's not a lie, it's what appeared to have happened in episode 5. My own interpretation of events. Obviously we don't know exactly how the new lore pans out yet, so I can't say it with certainty, but, if there's something that directly contradicts my observations, I haven't seen it. Feel free to enlighten me.
It's kind of awkward. I hear they're all there, but more are added instead of there just being three. Keep in mind that Adventure and Frontier are also entirely different universes, so they don't have any reason to follow the same story/roles. Not even Ophanimon was that important, as Cherubimon was presented far earlier than that in the canon movies(as the first of the three parts is canon, and the entire movie is in clear continuity with each other due to not being properly separated in the US) as well. Ophanimon was added retroactively, but we already know more than one canon Mega form can exist per season. So with this in mind, Gatomon simply has two official Adventure Megas and that's... it. Nothing that special.
 

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It's not a lie, it's what appeared to have happened in episode 5. My own interpretation of events. Obviously we don't know exactly how the new lore pans out yet, so I can't say it with certainty, but, if there's something that directly contradicts my observations, I haven't seen it. Feel free to enlighten me.
I think your specific phrasing was a little off in that spoiler because,
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There seems to be 7 main Holy Digimon in this continuity, and Seraphimon is still one of them. I'm assuming your observation was based on the fact that there were only statues of Ophanimon, Cherubimon, and Valdurmon in the temple the Chosen Children wound up in, but considering the fact that the temple was in such a broken up state, I'm willing to believe that the other 4 had statues that were torn down, or perhaps their statues are in another temple. And if the other 4 aren't a part of the main group of Holy Digimon, it would be very odd to show them all together in the flashback like this.

I suppose though that future information could clarify some details, like if Ophanimon, Cherubimon, and Valdurmon were part of their own "unit" amongst the other angels, but currently as far as we know, there are 7 main Holy Digimon including the original 3 Ophanimon, Seraphimon, and Cherubimon.
 
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https://wikimon.net/Three_Great_Angels
Christian Angelology
First Sphere-Seraphim, Cherubim, Ophanim
Second Sphere-Dominions, Virtues, Powers
Third Sphere-Principalities, Archangels, Angels
You may recognize these as the plural form of some Digimon Types, except Principalities which doesn't have a Digimon yet. The only Mega-level Digimon that has one of these Types that they didn't show is Dominimon. Also, Rasielmon has the same Type as Ophanimon.
 

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I have a new (to me atleast) moveset idea for Agumon, focusing more on his Specials and Final Smash.
Agumon
  • Neutral Special: Pepper Breath-Spitfire-Triple Baby Flame or Pepper Breath-Spitfire Blast (Releases a fireball from its mouth-Releases two fireballs from its mouth-Rapidly fires three different fireballs from its mouth in three different directions or Releases a fireball from its mouth-Accumulates fire in its mouth and then spits it out all at once as a bigger and much more powerful fireball.)
  • Neutral Special (Air): Aerial Pepper Breath (Releases a fireball from its mouth while airborne.)
  • Side Special: Cross Fight (Leaps forward a little and viciously bites the enemy.)
  • Up Special: Wildfire Uppercut (Leaps upward a little and attacks with a flaming uppercut with its claws.)
  • Up Special (Air): Wildfire Uppercut (Leaps up and forward a little and attacks with a flaming uppercut with its claws.)
  • Down Special: Agumon Dive (Jumps at the enemy and slams its claws down on them. If it misses it hits the ground and releases a little shockwave.)
Greymon
  • Neutral Special: Nova Blast-Bit Fire (Fires a gigantic ball of flame from its mouth-Spits multiple fireballs from its mouth.)
  • Side Special: Grey Tooth or Great Tooth (Leans forward and viciously bites the enemy.)
  • Up Special: Fire Horn (Leaps upward and attacks with a flaming with its burning horn.)
  • Up Special (Air): Fire Horn (Leaps up and forward and attacks with its burning horn.)
  • Down Special: Fire Wall (Breathes out a wall of fire to stop enemy attacks.)
MetalGreymon (Optional)
  • Neutral Special: Giga Destroyer-Tera Destroyer (Launches a pair of organic missiles from the hatch on its chest-Launches a pair of more powerful organic missiles from the hatch on its chest.)
  • Side Special: Mega Claw (Launches its retractable Trident Arm on a cable.)
  • Side Special (Air): Mega Claw (Launches its retractable Trident Arm on a cable.)
  • Up Special: Metal Slash (Attacks with a fiery slash with its metal claws.)
  • Down Special: Powerful Flame (Unleashes a wave of fire from its mouth.)
Final Smash WarGreymon
  • Point-Blank: Mega Claw (Slashes with its Dramon Killer gauntlets and sends two fiery shockwaves along the ground.)
  • Distanced: Terra Force (Uppercuts the opponent and then jumps high into the air before taking all of the energy within the atmosphere and concentrating it into one spot, then firing it as an extremely dense, high-temperature energy shot.)
 

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I have a new (to me atleast) moveset idea for Agumon, focusing more on his Specials and Final Smash.
Agumon
  • Neutral Special: Pepper Breath-Spitfire-Triple Baby Flame or Pepper Breath-Spitfire Blast (Releases a fireball from its mouth-Releases two fireballs from its mouth-Rapidly fires three different fireballs from its mouth in three different directions or Releases a fireball from its mouth-Accumulates fire in its mouth and then spits it out all at once as a bigger and much more powerful fireball.)
  • Neutral Special (Air): Aerial Pepper Breath (Releases a fireball from its mouth while airborne.)
  • Side Special: Cross Fight (Leaps forward a little and viciously bites the enemy.)
  • Up Special: Wildfire Uppercut (Leaps upward a little and attacks with a flaming uppercut with its claws.)
  • Up Special (Air): Wildfire Uppercut (Leaps up and forward a little and attacks with a flaming uppercut with its claws.)
  • Down Special: Agumon Dive (Jumps at the enemy and slams its claws down on them. If it misses it hits the ground and releases a little shockwave.)
Greymon
  • Neutral Special: Nova Blast-Bit Fire (Fires a gigantic ball of flame from its mouth-Spits multiple fireballs from its mouth.)
  • Side Special: Grey Tooth or Great Tooth (Leans forward and viciously bites the enemy.)
  • Up Special: Fire Horn (Leaps upward and attacks with a flaming with its burning horn.)
  • Up Special (Air): Fire Horn (Leaps up and forward and attacks with its burning horn.)
  • Down Special: Fire Wall (Breathes out a wall of fire to stop enemy attacks.)
MetalGreymon (Optional)
  • Neutral Special: Giga Destroyer-Tera Destroyer (Launches a pair of organic missiles from the hatch on its chest-Launches a pair of more powerful organic missiles from the hatch on its chest.)
  • Side Special: Mega Claw (Launches its retractable Trident Arm on a cable.)
  • Side Special (Air): Mega Claw (Launches its retractable Trident Arm on a cable.)
  • Up Special: Metal Slash (Attacks with a fiery slash with its metal claws.)
  • Down Special: Powerful Flame (Unleashes a wave of fire from its mouth.)
Final Smash WarGreymon
  • Point-Blank: Mega Claw (Slashes with its Dramon Killer gauntlets and sends two fiery shockwaves along the ground.)
  • Distanced: Terra Force (Uppercuts the opponent and then jumps high into the air before taking all of the energy within the atmosphere and concentrating it into one spot, then firing it as an extremely dense, high-temperature energy shot.)
Yeah, that's basically what I had in mind. I still think having metal greymon might be too much, but if they can and are willing to make it work, I'm fine with it. I didn't think about giving WarGreymon two final smashes though, that'd be nice.
 

HenryWong122

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Yeah, that's basically what I had in mind. I still think having MetalGreymon might be too much, but if they can and are willing to make it work, I'm fine with it. I didn't think about giving WarGreymon two final smashes though, that'd be nice.
I got the idea of him having two Final Smashes from both the fact that it can be down, as shown by Ryu and Ken, and the fact that in Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth and Hacker's Memory certain Mega's like WarGreymon have two special attacks instead of one.
 
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