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- Jun 5, 2013
NeoDevimon would be really neat, especially if they make use of the part of his profile that mentions his mask being a power limiter... maybe against 6 perfect it would have to take it off.Devimon's gotta Evolve if he's potentially facing six Perfect level heroes - preferably to NeoDevimon imo.
The first villain very rarely calls the actual shots in the story.Also, If they are all evolving into ultimates before facing Devimon, I'm going to stick to my theory that this Devimon is not the one calling the shots and in fact is going to be converted into TK's Patamon after realization that he was one of the holy digimons. haha
I remain unconvinced that Devimon is Patamon. Partially because I see no actual evidence for it other than people basically saying "this hasn't happened in Adventure before, so wouldn't it be nice if it happened now?" (which isn't really evidence) and also I honestly don't see how this development could work out in a way in a way that doesn't feel forced or awkward.
One one hand I wouldn't be a fan of darkness literally overriding someone with a generic but intelligent and fully functional evil personality that vanishes without a trace when purified. It's just too much of a shift in character to be erased without consequences. At least with the more generic dark manipulations like dark gears, or the soundbirdmon in this iteration, you get the feeling of the Digimon mostly acting as mindless puppets in a hypnotized state while their true personally might be dormant, that is a very different scenario from a fully formed cruel and scheming consciousness having taken over.
One the other hand, if they do connect his attitude and actions as Devimon to Patamon's character, they'll end up with a guilt ridden Patamon in need for some sort of redemption arc... and I'm just not sure how that would work without just seeming very silly, especially in combination with him mostly interacting with a second grader.
So to me "captured" simply meaning "captured" would be for the best.
This has literally nothing to do with what I'm talking about. My point is about the entire scenario being drawn out for too long without being actually relevant to anything that's happening, not about Shademon's threat level. Since he specializes in illusions, there are plenty of ways for him to up against Perfects or by making the lose control of their senses.Unless it was redesigned that wasn't Shademon.It seems a bit strange that the group is breaking up so soon after everyone coming together though. And there's still no sign of them actively engaging with the power outage and Shademon in the human world. The time dilation makes it believable, sure but if a major plot point like that just kind of hangs out in the background for too long... it might lose its impact.
I would agree a bit if we were dealing with an actual mystery plot where every few episodes we'd get some actual twist that changes the way we view the setting and characters, but in this case we seem to be pretty far from such a plot emerging. Unless you assumed they would stop travelling the digital world and not fight Digimon in the next few episodes there aren't really many actual surprises.I really wonder if it is ok to spoil the next few episodes like that...I mean it would diminish that feeling of "what's gonna happen next" as we wait for next week's episode...