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- May 19, 2017
Interesting point. Come to think of it, aside from an invisible force, I could also picture it working like, if ShoutmonX4 tossed the Star Sword away, a new Star Sword would manifest in its hands because the Digicore (that Starmon and the Pickmons are now a part of) would need to re-form that portion of its "body"...... but then again, as much as this would make sense within the "Digimon are data" context, it's not as if there haven't been Digimon who lost a "bodypart" before (Tailmon's Holy Ring being a major example).If we’re going off the assumption that Digixroses are going to be used as Jogresses going forward then there’s an actual in-universe reason for why weapon class Digixroses can’t be discarded by the Digimon wielding them: The DigiCores of the weapon and operator have been fused into a single one.I'll stick with my headcanon that these Digimon literally can't be detached from their DigiXrosed equipment due to some kind of invisible force keeping them together.
The best comparison would be RagnaLordmon since their body was formed by the fusion of Durandamon and BryweLudramon’s DigiCores in the image of a warrior that both imagined would be capable of wielding them while the two components' own original bodies assume weapon form and coordinate with RagnaLordmon.
Alternatively Alphamon Ouryuken where Ouryumon’s DigiCore fused with Alphamon's own while the former's body became the Ouryuken that the latter wields.
This would also explain why SkullKnightmon Cavier Mode is treated as its own species since otherwise it’s just SkullKnightmon riding DeadlyAxemon.
Still, it would be pretty amusing if DeadlyAxemon was "killed" due to a well-targeted snipe attack or something..... data dispersed and everything.... and SkullKnightmon's pretty much like "no biggie" as DeadlyAxemon seemingly revives underneath him.