It might be a little too X-rated for Digimon though lol.Actually, that Maki as Dagomon's bride sounds like an interesting idea. If they ever wanted to bring that plot idea back, they could use this.
I haven't seen all of the 02 anime. Maybe it was, and I forgot.The new Digi-Destined in 02 get new clothes when they enter the Digital World. The reason for this is, it was programmed in by the Digimon Emperor. We see him in that sweet looking outfit. It was probably set so that any new person to the Digital World received a new wardrobe. The Emperor had no reason to expect other Digi-Destined, so he didn't bother restricting the program variables to himself only. Since the original 8 kids had visited Digi-World from before Ken found it, they aren't affected.
I like this but wasn't the outfit change explained in the anime already?
It's a crazy world we live in where somehow nothing can be more x-rated than a game that has been rated suitable for children of the age 12+ and 13+ in literally every country it has been released in.Yeah nothing is too x-rated for digimon after (CS and HM spoilers)
I'm interpreting it as such. My further headcanon of slide evolution itself is it works a bit like this, in that things that can slide evolve into one another are kinda the same thing in a way, hence why they can shift between forms. Wave of terror is an oddly specific wording yeah, but that doesn't preclude it from being considered a kind of slide evolution. That these two digimon could only exist simultaneously as one entity is.... interesting but also makes it completely completely different from any other mon.In any case its such an interesting piece of lore and makes a mon as potentially bland as a recolour subspecies into a very intriguing and frightening concept.Nothing in the profile text implies anything about Slide Evolution. In fact a Slide Evolution from one into the other wonÂ’t result in anything happening, since both are already the same.The whole point about the Â“Wave of terrorÂ” is that itÂ’s a reference to, you know... wave functions.