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- Jun 5, 2013
I would assume the absence of Soundbridmon is a sign that Ogremon is acting intelligently. Koushiro figured out that they were the key, so he might just not let them fly around carelessly near the battle. This might render him unable too control the Digimon very exactly after the initial attack order, but it seems that aside from the Drimogemon that he was riding personally, he was content to let the Tuskmon rely on brute force.1) So they don't have to beat the Soundbirdmon to negate those mind control? I kinda feel pity for Tuskmon and Drimogemon, really
It is completely possible if Palmon is able to generate sufficently long vines of ivy. The same vine could cut across the plain, then wrap behind the branches of one or more trees and then come back from another angle, where it could wrap around other trees and cross again etc. Even with less than 6 vines complex patterns would be possible. As we see when Taichi is caught several loops of vines spring out from the ground while Palmon is first shown in a tree, which means the vines were laid out on the ground and hidden in a loose pattern that pulled into a knot instead of Palmon shooting them in that moment. It being such a premeditated trap makes it more plausible that Palmon could have taken the time to wrap them back and forth between the trees, especially since she was planning to catch something Tuskmon-sized.Though, there were a few mistakes in it. Like when Palmon trapped the kids. She has only 6 fingers, yet there were so many more vines than she has fingers, and also from all sides of the world which is kinda impossible to do.
I don't think he has to be weird at all considering both discoveries in the last few episodes were rather obvious. He saw the Soundbirdmon controlling Digimon with his own eyes. He noticed the time dilation on the news transmission because... a live transmission slowing down like that is very noticeable too (And I assume he noticed the slowdown increasing gradually as he was flying deeper into the net on Kabuterimon).Finally, I kinda don't really mind this, but in the old series Koushirou had to visit a temple or talk to Gennai, or download a yet another file to increase his knowledge about the Digital World and Digimons. Here, he finds out everything all by himself. We all know that he is a weird boy, but is there a limit of how weird can he be?
There wasn't much that would be added by him conveniently finding a temple about it.
I guess that could be the case but If the powers of good are capable of producing technology has the power to very casually (as this is not even some sort of super secret crest power) and exactly control the very laws of nature of the digital world, it just kind of feels like they could just use that power over natural laws to combat the forces of evil in a more direct way than relying on human children...Rather than adjusting the messages, the digivices adjust the Digital World itself. When they're in communication, they "underclock" the entire Digital World to match the local time of the digivice at the shallowest depth. This does seem like a lot of power to give the digivices, but maybe in this capacity they're acting more like terminals for something much more powerful at the "kernel level" or whatever.