Digimon Adventure PSP Stuff (Attack Guide Now Up)

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Before long I hope to buy and play through Digimon Adventure for the PSP, as well as buy and translate any player's guide I can get hold of. I hope to do a pretty thorough guide for the game (as thorough as any of my guides get, anyway), and I'll post it here when possible. At the moment I don't have the game, but I have been looking it up online, and if anyone has any questions now I'll answer if I can.

One of the things I happened to come across was a Japanese info dump for the game. How complete it is I can't say, but it does have all of the partner Digimon's special attacks described, and I went ahead and "translated" them. I believe that the brief descriptions given are taken from the game itself. I ran them through a machine translator, cross-referenced confusing stuff with another website, watched some YouTube videos to confirm some things, and give the descriptions here in my own words.

TAICHI’S PARTNER
AGUMON
1. Baby Flame / 6 SP / Spits a powerful flame bullet at one enemy.
2. Spitfire / 4 SP / Spits multiple flame bullets at one enemy for multiple hits.
3. Sharp Claws / 2 SP / Cuts one enemy with sharp claws.

GREYMON
1. Mega Flame / 10 SP / Spits a super-powerful flame bullet.
2. Bit Fire / 6 SP / Spits multiple flame bullets at one enemy for multiple hits.
3. Great Antler / 3 SP / Attacks one enemy with its horn, often causing Shock.

METALGREYMON
1. Giga Destroyer / 13 SP / Fires a powerful organic missile.
2. Over-Flame / 8 SP / Spits super-powerful flames at one enemy for multiple hits.
3. Trident Arm / 4 SP / Attacks one enemy with its metal claw, often causing Shock.

WARGREYMON
1. Gaia Force / 20 SP / Throws a super-powerful energy bullet, hitting all enemies.
2. Brave Tornado / 16 SP / A powerful kamikaze attack that hits one enemy multiple times.
3. Dramon Killer / 5 SP / A claw attack that hits one enemy multiple times.

YAMATO’S PARTNER
GABUMON
1. Petit Fire / 10 SP / Spits a powerful blue flame at one enemy.
2. Crush Nail / 6 SP / Hits one enemy multiple times with his claws, often getting a critical.
3. Little Horn / 3 SP / Attacks one enemy with his horn, often causing Shock.

GARURUMON
1. Foxfire / 13 SP / Spits a super-powerful blue flame at one enemy.
2. Freeze Fang / 8 SP / Attacks one enemy with fangs of ice, often causing Shock.
3. Garuru Thrust / 4 SP / Rams one enemy, often getting a critical.

WEREGARURUMON
1. Kaiser Nail / 16 SP / A powerful attack using claws clothed in aura, hitting one enemy.
2. Full Moon Kick / 10 SP / A kick that hits one enemy, often causing Shock.
3. Baldy Blow / 5 SP / A punch that hits one enemy multiple times at once.

METALGARURUMON
1. Cocytus Breath / 18 SP / Hits one enemy with a strong absolute zero breath, often causing Shock.
2. Garuru Tomahawk / 8 SP / Launches a powerful missile at one enemy, often causing Break.
3. Grace Cross Freezer / 18 SP / Missiles hit all enemies multiple times, often causing Shock and Break.

SORA’S PARTNER
PIYOMON
1. Magical Fire / 10 SP / Shoots powerful flames at one enemy.
2. Spiral Wing / 6 SP / Generates wind to hit one enemy multiple times.
3. Chirping Attack / 3 SP / Uses wings to hit one enemy multiple times, often causing Shock.

BIRDRAMON
1. Meteor Wing / 13 SP / Attacks with flames, hitting all enemies multiple times.
2. Fire Flap / 6 SP / Attacks all enemies with a gust of flaming wind.
3. Mach Glide / 5 SP / A fiery ramming attack that hits one enemy, often causing Shock.

GARUDAMON
1. Shadow Wing / 20 SP / Chops up all enemies with a vacuum wave of sacred flame.
2. Fire Hurricane / 13 SP / Tornados of flame hit all enemies multiple times.
3. Eagle Claw / 5 SP / Burning claws hit one enemy, often causing Shock.

HOUOUMON
1. Starlight Explosion / 20 SP / Generates a holy explosion that hits all enemies multiple times.
2. Crimson Flare / 15 SP / A powerful flame attack that hits one enemy multiple times.
3. Life-Force / 8 SP / Absorbs HP from one enemy.

KOSHIRO’S PARTNER
TENTOMON
1. Petit Thunder / 12 SP / Attacks with electricity, hitting all enemies and often causing Shock.
2. Twice Arm / 3 SP / A claw attack that hits one enemy, often getting a critical.
3. Rolling Guard / 4 SP / Raises the defense of one ally with his hard shell.

KABUTERIMON
1. Mega Blaster / 14 SP / Fires an electricity bullet at one enemy.
2. Blink Thrust / 6 SP / Generates vacuum waves to hit all enemies multiple times.
3. Beet Horn / 10 SP / Body slams one enemy, often causing Shock.

ATLURKABUTERIMON
1. Horn Buster / 23 SP / Fires a powerful electricity bullet at one enemy.
2. Mega Blaster / 14 SP / Fires an electricity bullet at one enemy.
3. Wild Scratch / 7 SP / Claws with vacuum blades, hitting all enemies multiple times.

HERAKLEKABUTERIMON
1. Giga Blaster / 26 SP / Launches a super-powerful electricity bullet at one enemy.
2. High Mega Blaster / 32 SP / Fires a huge beam that hits all enemies.
3. Horn Buster Kai / 8 SP / Hits one enemy, often causing Shock.

MIMI’S PARTNER
PALMON
1. Poison Ivy / 6 SP / Hits one enemy with poison ivy.
2. Root Stretch / 3 SP / Cuts one enemy with poisonous claws.
3. Plant Shock / 10 SP / Uses toxic pollen to lower the attack power of one enemy.

TOGEMON
1. Prickly Bang-Bang / 14 SP / Shoots off many thorns, hitting all enemies multiple times.
2. Coconuts Punch / 8 SP / A powerful low blow with high accuracy that hits one enemy.
3. Mach Jab / 6 SP / Jabs one enemy multiple times.

LILIMON
1. Flower Cannon / 11 SP / Shoots a powerful toxic shot at one enemy.
2. Temptation / 12 SP / Pollen lowers the attack and defense of one enemy, and other various effects.
3. Flower Necklace / 9 SP / Uses a wreath of flowers to attack one enemy, causing Shock and Break.

ROSEMON
1. Thorn Whip / 26 SP / Uses a powerful, electricity-charged whip on one enemy, often causing Shock.
2. Rose’s Rapier / 9 SP / A powerful attack that pierces one enemy with toxic thorns.
3. Forbidden Temptation / 20 SP / Pollen lowers attack and defense of all enemies, and other effects.

JOU’S PARTNER
GOMAMON
1. Marching Fishes / 12 SP / Throws his fish henchmen, hitting all enemies multiple times.
2. Surfer Dive / 6 SP / Uses flowing water to attack all enemies, often causing Shock.
3. Bubble Barrier / 4 SP / Increases the defense of one ally using bubble power.

IKKAKUMON
1. Harpoon Vulcan / 7 SP / Fires a horn missile with high accuracy, hitting one enemy multiple times.
2. Northern Lights / 9 SP / Spits icy breath at all enemies, often causing Shock.
3. Icicle Coat / 6 SP / Raises the defense of all allies with a film of ice.

ZUDOMON
1. Hammer Spark / 28 SP / Unleashes a powerful electric shock from Thor Hammer, hitting all enemies.
2. Hammer Boomerang / 14 SP / Throws his Chrome Digizoid hammer at one enemy.
3. Horn & Tusk / 7 SP / Uses its horn and tusks to hit one enemy multiple times.

VIKEMON
1. Arctic Blizzard / 32 SP / A powerful blow that freezes and shatters all enemies.
2. Viking Axe / 8 SP / A blow that hits one enemy, often causing Shock.
3. Mega Gain Guard / 10 SP / Greatly increases the defense of all allies with a strong shield.

TAKERU’S PARTNER
PATAMON
1. Air Shot / 10 SP / A blast of compressed air that hits one enemy, often causing Shock.
2. Thousand Wing / 12 SP / Generates wind that hits all enemies multiple times.
3. Wing Slap / 3 SP / Hits one enemy multiple times.

ANGEMON
1. Heaven’s Knuckle / 13 SP / A powerful blow of purifying holy light from the fist, hitting one enemy.
2. God Typhoon / 16 SP / Generates a holy tornado that hits all enemies multiple times.
3. Holy Rod / 4 SP / Uses a rod tinged with sacred power to hit one enemy.

HOLYANGEMON
1. Heaven’s Gate / 18 SP / A powerful holy blast that hits all enemies, often causing Shock and Break.
2. Soul Banish / 9 SP / Shoots a holy bullet that hits one enemy multiple times.
3. Holy Disinfection / 30 SP / Revives an unconscious ally, fully recovering their HP.

SERAPHIMON
1. Seven Heavens / 20 SP / Fires purifying holy spheres, hitting one enemy multiple times.
2. Testament / 46 SP / Sacrifices HP to generate a matchless, powerful blast that hits all enemies.
3. Divine Breaker / 10 SP / Shoots a huge, holy, purifying bullet at one enemy.

HIKARI’S PARTNER
TAILMON
1. Neko Punch / 10 SP / Punches with her claws, hitting one enemy multiple times.
2. Neko Kick / 16 SP / A strong flying kick that hits all enemies, often causing Shock and Break.
3. Cat’s Eye / 6 SP / An abnormal status attack on one enemy that can cause Shock or other states.

1ANGEWOMON
1. Holy Arrow / 12 SP / Shoots a powerful holy arrow at one enemy.
2. Heaven’s Charm / 21 SP / Generates a cross of holy light that hits all enemies.
3. Saint Air / 24 SP / Recovers HP and cures the status ailments of all allies with holy light.

OFANIMON
1. Sephiroth Crystal / 24 SP / A powerful holy attack that hits one enemy multiple times.
2. Eden’s Javelin / 11 SP / A quick holy attack on one enemy that often causes Shock.
3. Eden’s Air / 30 SP / Fully recovers HP and cures statues ailments of all allies.


Once I get the game and the guide I'll do more detailed descriptions of what the attacks of both playable and enemy Digimon do and look like. Judging from videos online, I think that the enemies generally have the same pattern of three attacks that the partner Digimon do - their signature attack, a more specialized secondary attack, and a physical attack or stat booster to round it out.

Here's a list of the missions (including extra missions) in the game, translated from the same site got the attack descriptions from. Also listed is the mission's primary character / party leader (Taichi is used as the default) and boss(es).

1. Stranded? The Island of Adventure! / Taichi / Kuwagamon
2. Exploding Evolution! Greymon / Taichi / Shellmon
s1. Sandy Beach and Feed / Jou / Betamon x3
3. Blue Wolf! Garurumon / Yamato / Seadramon
4. Red Hot! Birdramon / Sora / Meramon
s2. Rampaging Piyomon / Sora / Piyomon
5. Lightning Kabuterimon / Koshiro / Andromon
6. Escape! Numemon Sewer / Mimi
s3. Numemon Boss / Takeru / Numemon Boss
7. Palmon's Angry Evolution! / Mimi / Monzaemon
s4. Mimi's Date / Mimi
8. Advance! Leaving the Snow Field / Jou
9. Transcendent! Ikkakumon / Jou / Unimon

10. Messenger of Darkness, Devimon / Taichi / Leomon; Ogremon
s5. Dirty Harmonica / Yamato / Scumon
11. Riddle of the Western-Style House / Taichi
12. Yukidarumon of the Iceberg / Taichi / Yukidarumon
13. Yamato in the Blizzard / Yamato
14. Attack! Freezing Mojyamon / Yamato / Mojyamon
15. Centalmon the Guardian / Mimi / Scumon & Tyumon; Centalmon
16. Dancing Ghosts! Bakemon / Sora, Jou / Bakemon-sama
17. Adventure! Patamon and I / Takeru / Elecmon; Leomon
s6. Where Are the Digimon? / Takeru / Scumon
18. Angemon Awakening! / Takeru / Ogremon; Devimon (2 battles)
s7. The Church's Lost Item / Sora / Bakemon Boss
s8. Mojyamon Lineage / Yamato / Unimon x2
19. Set Sail - To a New Continent! / Taichi / Drimogemon

20. Etemon, Evil Takes the Stage / Taichi / Gazimon x2
21. Dark Evolution, SkullGreymon / Taichi > Jou / SkullGreymon
s9. Revisit the Koromon's Village / Sora / Gazimon
22. Illusory Ship's Captain, Cockatrimon! / Mimi / Cockatrimon
23. Fairy! Piccolomon / Taichi / Tyrannomon
s10. Digi-One Grand Prix / Taichi
s11. Jou's Training / Jou / Gazimon x3
24. Perfect Level! MetalGreymon / Taichi / Nanomon (2 battles); Etemon; Etemon Chaos
25. Koromon's Great Clash in Tokyo / Taichi / Ogremon

26. Imp! PicoDevimon / Taichi / PicoDevimon
27. Friend! WereGarurumon / Yamato / Digitamamon
28. Breakthrough! AtlurKabuterimon / Koshiro / Vademon
29. Tyrant! TonosamaGekomon / Mimi > Taichi > Mimi / TonosamaGekomon
30. Shining Wings! Garudamon / Taichi / Vamdemon
s12. Ogremon's Bone / Yamato / SkullGreymon
s13. Karaoke Tournament / Mimi / TonosamaGekomon
31. Vamdemon's Castle of Darkness / Taichi / Nanimon; Devidramon x2
s14. Food for Thought / Koshiro / Ogremon
32. Gennai Talks / Taichi
s15. Brainwashed Yamato / Takeru / Vademon
33. Pursuit! Hurry to Japan / Taichi / Dokugumon

34. Mammon, Great Clash in Hikarigaoka! / Taichi / Mammon
35. The Great Digimon Crossing of Tokyo! / Taichi / Gesomon
36. Resumption! Taichi and Hikari / Taichi
37. Raremon! Attack on Tokyo Bay / Koshiro / Raremon
38a. Meanwhile, Yamato... / Yamato / Gazimon x2
38b. Meanwhile, Sora... / Sora / Vegiemon
38c. Meanwhile, Mimi... / Mimi / Tyrannomon
38d. Meanwhile, Jou... / Jou / Gesomon
38e. Meanwhile, Takeru... / Takeru / Dokugumon
39. Hot! DeathMeramon / Sora / DeathMeramon
40. Pump and Gotsu Are Shibuya-Like? / Yamato / Pumpmon and Gotsumon
s16. Snow Dome / Taichi / Meramon
s17. Mysterious Mail / Taichi / Parrotmon
41. Fated Meeting! Tailmon / Taichi
42. All Perfect-Levels Attack! Odaiba Fog / Taichi > Mimi > Jou > Sora / DarkTyrannomon; MegaSeadramon; Phantomon
43. Presence! Angewomon / Taichi / Vamdemon
44. Resurrected VenomVamdemon / Taichi / VenomVamdemon (2 battles)

45. The Four Kings! Dark Masters / Taichi
46. Nostalgic Beach / Jou / Anomalocarimon
47. Sea King MetalSeadramon / Hikari / MetalSeadramon
s18. Whamon's Memorial / Mimi

48. Dangerous Game! Pinocchimon / Taichi / Kiwimon
s19. Injured Koromon / Mimi
49. Clash! Ultimate-Level Digimon / Taichi > Yamato / Jyureimon; Garbamon x3
50. MetalEtemon Counterattack / Jou / MetalEtemon
51. Pursuit! Overwhelm Pinocchimon / Taichi / Delumon and Floramon; RedVegiemon x3; Pinocchimon
s20. Piccolomon's Memorial / Hikari / Digitamamon

52. Bombing Orders! Mugendramon / Taichi / Mechanorimon x2
53. Atrocity! WaruMonzaemon / Hikari / WaruMonzaemon
54. Reunion! Overthrow Mugendramon / Taichi / Mugendramon

55. Woman's Battle! LadyDevimon / Taichi / LadyDevimon
56. A Fight Against Darkness / Jou > Yamato / Evilmon
57. Clown from Hell, Piemon / Taichi > Koshiro > Sora > Takeru / Piemon (3 battles)

58. The Final Dark Digimon / Taichi / Apocalymon (2 battles)
59. A New World / Taichi

60. Our War Game! Start / Taichi / Keramon
61. Our War Game! Middle / Taichi / Infermon
62. Our War Game! Crisis / Taichi / Diablomon

63. Training Digimon? Hackmon / Taichi
64. Gold Armor! Magnamon / Taichi, Daisuke / Magnamon Copy
65. Crimson Knight! Dukemon / Taichi, Takato / Dukemon Copy
66. Dragon Warrior! KaiserGreymon / Taichi, Takuya / KaiserGreymon Copy
67. Light Dragon! ShineGreymon / Taichi, Masaru / ShineGreymon; ShineGreymon Copy
68. Shout! OmegaShoutmon / Taichi, Taiki / OmegaShoutmon Copy
69. Dragon Beast! Arresterdramon / Taichi, Tagiru / Arresterdramon Copy
70. Everyone Assembled! The Final Battle / Taichi / WarGreymon Copy; Gankoomon
 
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I'm wanting too see how Taichi's expression will be when faced with 2 other species of Greymon (Kaiser and Shine). But then, WarGreymon has faced BlackWarGreymon and in Hunter he did see both of them.

Btw, what's the effect of Shock and Break?
 

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Well, the fights are turn-based, but at the bottom of the screen is a slider that shows who's going to attack next. After each attack the Digimon icons on the slider move until one reaches the end and it's that Digimon's turn to attack. Shock knocks the victim's icon back a little on the slider, so if they get hit with enough Shock attacks it can cost them their turn. As far as I can tell, Break is just a more powerful Shock effect, sending the icon back a long distance and visibly knocking the victim to the ground (at least if they're a playable Digimon; not sure if enemies get the extra animation).

You can find a very rough translation (though God knows it's probably better than I could do) of the Hackmon missions at the end of this guide.

http://www.gamefaqs.com/psp/681544-digimon-adventure/faqs/66318

Looks like Taichi only comments on there being two Agumon when he runs into Masaru. My favorite part of the entire thing is where Tagiru tells them he hunts Digimon. Agumon gets worried, and Tagiru assures him that they only hunt Digimon that don't belong to other people. And with that throwaway joke, ladies and gentlemen, a video game achieves greater moral depth than Xros Wars ever did.
 

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I didn't realize that there was no Imperialdramon Copy as a boss. But hey, I myself always prefer Magnamon because he is the strongest form of Daisuke's Digimon which he can achieve without depending on someone else's Digimon. Too bad they didn't use Ardamon instead of KaiserGreymon, though. Probably because the latter is a Greymon species.
 

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I'm playing through this now but there's no translation out except for where to go and basic ataacks and stuff. I don't Carr about the main story as much. I want the sidequests translated...
 

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Not really, though I can try some translations later today (and maybe after I beat the game once I can play through it again and try to figure out the dialogue, since furigana is included). Each encounter seems to follow a pattern, though. First the returning villain screams incoherently, and Taichi announces who it is. Then the partner of the Digimon to evolve says something, the Digimon to evolve says something, mentioning that Chosen Child's Crest, and then the evolution happens. Afterward the Chosen Child exclaims about their partner's Ultimate evolution and the battle takes place. Once the enemy is defeated, their corresponding chain on the door to Apocalymon breaks, which is noted by Koshiro and Taichi.

I'm a little busy at the moment, but I'll try translating the conversations when I get a chance. By the way, to anyone who's wondering, the battles between the Ultimate-level partners and the returning villains take place between the two Apocalymon battles.

Black Door - VenomVamdemon vs. Ofanimon
Blue Door - MetalSeadramon vs. Vikemon
Yellow Door - MetalEtemon vs. Rosemon
Green Door - Pinocchimon vs. Seraphimon
Red Door - Mugendramon vs. HerakleKabuterimon
Purple Door - Piemon vs. Hououmon
 

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Here are those translations! Not the most nuanced, I'm sure, but it was surprisingly easy to figure out what was being said.

MetalEtemon: Ooh...! Ugaah…!!
Taichi: !! It’s MetalEtemon…!
Mimi: Taichi-san! Palmon and I will fight! I won’t let anyone be hurt anymore!
Palmon: Mimi… This is Mimi’s Purity… It’s flowing into my body…! Palmon, Warp Evolve! Rosemon!
Mimi: Rosemon…! You’re very beautiful…!

Pinocchimon: Ooh! Ugaah…!!
Taichi: !! It’s Pinocchimon…!
Takeru: Taichi-san! Me and Patamon will go! We’ll show how much we’ve grown!
Patamon: Takeru! This is Takeru’s Hope… Its power is welling up in my body…! Patamon, Warp Evolve! Seraphimon!
Takeru: Seraphimon…! We’ll always be together…!

VenomVamdemon:
Gwahhh…
Taichi: !! Vamdemon…!
Hikari: Onii-chan! Here, leave this to me and Tailmon!
Tailmon: Hikari… This is your Light… It’s flowing into my body…! Tailmon, Warp Evolve! Ofanimon!
Hikari: Th-This is… Tailmon’s Ultimate form…!

Mugendramon:
Ooh…! Ugyurrh…!!
Taichi: !! It’s Mugendramon…!
Koshiro: Taichi-san! Please leave this to Tentomon and me! If it’s a mechanical opponent we won’t lose!
Tentomon: This is Koshiro-han’s Knowledge… My heart is packed with it! Tentomon, Warp Evolve! HerakleKabuterimon!
Koshiro: HerakleKabuterimon…! We’ll fight together…!

MetalSeadramon: Ooh…! Ugoaah…!!
Taichi: !! It’s MetalSeadramon…!
Jou: Taichi! Leave this to Gomamon and me! We won’t lose against any ocean Digimon!
Gomamon: Jou… This is Jou’s Sincerity… In my body, its power is overflowing…! Gomamon, Warp Evolve! Vikemon!
Jou: Vikemon…! Finally, Gomamon has reached Ultimate-level…!

Piemon:
Ooh…! Ugagah…!!
Taichi: !! Piemon too…!
Sora: Taichi! This is mine and Piyomon’s battle! We’ll protect everyone!
Piyomon: This is Sora’s Love… I feel her full warmth! Piyomon, Warp Evolve! Hououmon!
Sora: Hououmon…! You and I will fight together…!
 
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As of tonight I've started playing the game. It appears that I am not allowed to replay previous levels, so right now I'm debating about what order to do things in and when to translate the dialogue and such. I do think that the dialogue deserves to be translated in full. From what I can tell, it does diverge considerably from the anime script in places, though I'm sure the gist of it remains the same. So, uh... just wanted to give the forum a heads up. While I'm deciding what to do, here are the enemy attacks I've seen so far.

BETAMON
Electric Shock: Shoots a stream of electricity that hits all enemies one or more times.
Beta Slugger: Does a somersault, shooting a spinning blade at one enemy.

MUSHMON
Poison Smush: Amid a cloud of spores, launches little red mushrooms like meandering missiles, hitting one enemy and poisoning them. Seems to miss a lot.

NUMEMON
Poop Throw: Picks up a turd in each hand and throws both at one enemy, hitting them once for very minor damage.

SHELLMON
Hydro Pressure: Shoots a blast of water from the midst of its head tentacles, hitting one enemy multiple times.
Guard Shelter: Withdraws into its shell, raising its defense.
 
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Dunno if this is the appropriate place to post this or not, but after some testing, I think that Tailmon gets a hidden boost to ATK, DEF and SPD. I maxed out everyone's level, and gave Tailmon Digipieces so that her ATK and DEF stats matched Agumon's. With that, Tailmon took slightly less damage than Agumon did(e.g. 165 to his 225), while her basic attack (the one that doesn't cost any SP) was doing more damage (e.g 652 to his 586), and the difference between the numbers seems to be too high for Tailmon to have dealt the most damage she could and took the least, while Agumon to have dealt the least amount of damage he could and taken the most. I doubled checked attack by removing all of Tailmon's Digipiece, and had her attack alongside Gomamon, who has the same ATK stat. Tailmon outdamaged Gomamon, but got the same variations of damage as Ikkakumon, and Angewomon likewise got the same damage variations as Zudomon. Another test was both Agumon and Tailmon without Digipieces, where Agumon's attack outdamaged Tailmons. To test SPD, I looked at where the Digimon were positioned upon entering a battle. Gabumon and Tailmon are always close, while Agumon is a lot further behind, but that gap gets shorter when he enters with a Digipiece for evolution, and equals them when he enters as WarGreymon.
From the tests, I think I've worked out how evolutions improve stats, as well as the bonus Tailmon gets.

Agumon's ATK is 235 and Tailmon's is 190.
Tailmon gets a bonus, but the result is still less than 235.
Evolution to Adult increases HP by 1.2, Evolution to Perfect by 1.4 and Evolution to Ultimate by 1.6.
190*1.2 = 228, which fits in with Tailmon getting a bonus, but the resulting stat still being less than Agumon's ATK.
Applying the same to SPD:
Agumon's is 70, Tailmon's is 92 and Gabumon's is 108.
Tailmon gets a bonus which is similar to 108.
Agumon's speed as WarGreymon is similar to 108.
92*1.2 = 110.4, which fits in fine.
70*1.2 = 84. 70*1.4 = 98. 70*1.6= 112, which again, fits in fine.

The thing I'm iffy about is Tailmon's defence boost, since that hasn't been tested as well, but I'm fairy sure of the other stuff, which is:
Evolution to Adult increase stats by 1.2, evolution to Perfect by 1.4 and evolution to Ultimate by 1.6 OR
Tailmon gets the Adult stat increase to ATK, DEF and SPD.

EDIT: additional testing reveals that Tailmon does not get a 1.2 raise to her defence, since that would make her 150 actually 180, and higher than Piyomon's 175, but Piyomon took less damage than Tailmon. Giving Tailmon a Digipiece of +10 had her and Piyomon taking similar variations of damage, which means that that boost is actually 1.1.

EDIT EDIT: Even more testing. I gave Tailmon Digipieces so that her ATK and DEF were equal to Agumon's. Then I gave Agumon Digipieces so that his stats gained the *1.1 bonus I think Tailmon has, so:
Agumon: ATK 255, DEF 210 (ATK 235, DEF 195)
Tailmon: ATK 235 DEF 195 (ATK 190, DEF 150)
Results:
Attack:
Agumon vs DarkTyrannomon: 1030 994 1050 983 993
Tailmon vs DarkTyrannomon: 997 1043 1013 1062 1015

Defence:
DarkTyrannomon vs Agumon:
Iron Tail: 115 154 134
Fire Blast: 48 41 51 37 39 52 52 50 40 43 44 36 37 50 42 38 37 38 46 44 48 48 46 43 47 40 45 53 40 43 37 36
Slash animation: 155 194 169 179 198 161

DarkTyrannomon vs Tailmon:
Iron Tail: 170 148 135 183 137 171 182
Fire Blast: 42 53 51 46 43 48 40 45 50 56 46 44 40 56 41 52 56 47 46 49 53 43 44 54 42 48 48 48 54 52
Slash animation: 128 138 164 123 125 128 119

Despite Agumon having +20 attack and +15 defence, they were pretty even. Tailmon was taking more damage from Iron Tail while Agumon took more from the slash attack, while Fire Blast was fairly uniform, doing Tailmon slightly more than it did to Agumon.

Did a secondary defence test with Megadramon:
Vs Tailmon
Genocide Attack: 68 69 73 70 75 84

Vs Agumon:
Genocide Attack: 74 77 73 75 84

Again, pretty even.
So I was wrong about the *1.2 thing, but it does seem to be improved by *1.1 instead.
 
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Per a non-member's request, I'm posting a translation of the main pause menu.

ITEM
- Use
- Synthesis
- Raw Materials
DIGI-PIECE
- Equip
- Synthesis
- Disassembly
- Raw Materials
STATUS
- [Select a Digimon]
-- Skill List
-- Bond Rank
PARTY
LIBRARY
- Digimon Field Guide
- Episodes
- Movies
- Tutorial

(By the way, I haven't worked on the dialogue translation in a while, but I will get around to it one of these days. The first episode is done, if anyone wants me to post it.)
 

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Well, this project kind of fizzled out, but I've finally beaten the game and completed every Digital Dungeon, so I figured I'd go ahead and post my finished guide to Digimon attacks in the game, giving descriptions of what the attacks look like and what status changes and other effects they have. All Digimon with animated attacks are included, whether partner Digimon, enemies, or NPCs. Each Digimon generally has one to three unique special attacks (though certain major bosses have four or more). Any generic attacks or powers enemies have in battle are also noted with their names italicized. You can download the guide at the link below.

http://www.mediafire.com/download/6l0zhy5l9gzufc0/Adventure+PSP+Attacks.docx

Hopefully some people will find all this as interesting as I do. The game introduced a few new attacks, some of which were used in the anime but not announced, which I've put in green text within the document. I'll eventually be adding to Wikimon all those attacks not already on the site. Here's a list of the new attacks:

Apocalymon - Tentacle
Devimon - Demon's Ray
Dokugumon - Spider Machine Gun
Garbamon - Black Hole
Gazimon - Gazimon Claw
Gigadramon - Energy Shot*
Infermon - Cocoon Guard
Keramon - Dark Crusher*
Megadramon - Metal Arm
MegaSeadramon - Constrict
MetalSeadramon - Bite
Monzaemon - Eye Beam**
Pinocchimon - Bullet Machine Gun***
Raremon - Rotten Tackle
Scumon & Tyumon - Double Attack
Seadramon - Tail Attack
Shellmon - Guard Shelter
SkullGreymon - Death Nail*
TonosamaGekomon - Spurn
Vegiemon - Speed Throw
WaruMonzaemon - Megalo Spark
Wizarmon - Magic Heal

* Formerly used by this Digimon as a generic attack in one of the Digimon Story games.
** Not actually new, but most people probably don't know of it because it was only listed in one of the Japanese Adventure guidebooks.
*** Treated as simply a variant of Bullet Hammer in the anime.
 
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