Who called Taiki to the Digital World?

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SPOILERS!

From all the anime seasons, I rushed this the most, I barely remember bits of it, I recently saw the manga and some of those bits got refreshed (but yeah, I noticed that it was messing with my memory by taking everything to another place), I saw on the fandom that it was called by a "Misterious Voice" and that URL moves you to Omegamon, was it him? Can someone kindly help me on telling what happened? (or wasn't shown later?) Because the manga sucked hard at that point.

Luckily it was an "extra episode", so I'll just say it was a filler/non-canpn...

Taiki was called by Wizardmon, and Wizardmon only called Taiki because he has met with Taiki before, where is the logic in that? Read down for more info.

Lets start with Taiki, he had a dream about a battle in the Digital World with his Digipals and doing the Digixross, then life goes on, the world starts its destruction and Shoutmon is also dying, then Taiki hears the voice and receives his Xross Loader, which starts his travel to the Digital World in order to save Shoutmon.

Ok, plot goes on and he manages to become a legendary leader, Wizardmon hears about that and joins Taiki's party, they travel back and forth from the Real and the Digital World, he eventually manages to create 3 Xross Loaders by looking at the ones from Taiki and Kotone.

Then they fight in the battle of Taiki's dream and Wizardmon sacrifies itself by travelling in time.

Wizardmon notices that his data is all ok thanks to the Xross Loader he made, then he goes on and sees Shoutmon dying (the same we saw before), he wanted to explain the situation to Taiki without making him weirded out, so he makes him have a dream about their first great fight, then he goes and gives his Xross Loader to Taiki (which was made thanks to Taiki's Xross Loader, wtf?)

Bagramon said that Taiki was the only thing that was ruining the prophecy, both worlds were supposed to be destroyed, until Taiki arrived, Taiki arrived thanks to Wizardmon, but Wizardmon arrived only after Taiki arrived... Triggered! It just doesn't make sense.

The only way for it to make sense was that the Digital World was destroyed when Wizardmon was somehow in another Dimmension, then he goes back to the past by magic and studies what is going on, then everything goes as planned (which should grant him an better title than those of the Royal Knights, he literally was the one who saved both worlds.), I also felt that Wizardmon was the one who splitted the zones? probably no...
 

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In the manga, it's a bootstrap paradox. A plain and simple plot device often used in fiction to create a situation in which "there is no beginning." In the anime, it was Omegamon. "Just doesn't make any sense" can be applied to all time travel stories. Wizarmon and his items were thrust out of space and time. Why can't they be the impetus for the adventure?
 

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I remember Nanomon being listed in the credits to the first episode of the Xros Wars anime. I always found this strange since Nanomon doesn't appear in the episode (or anywhere in Xros Wars, IIRC). The only possible connection I could make was the disembodied voice calling out to Taiki, but as we know that turned out to be Omegamon later. It leaves me to wonder if Nanomon was initially planned, only to get changed to Omegamon halfway into the series.
 

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I remember that confusing a lot of people. We found out later that in Xros Wars materials, "Nanomon" was a catch-all term for the "baby" Digimon (Pickmon, Bombmon, Monimon, and Chikurimon), leading to the original Nanomon being called "Nanomon L" in Super Xros Wars.
 

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I remember that confusing a lot of people. We found out later that in Xros Wars materials, "Nanomon" was a catch-all term for the "baby" Digimon (Pickmon, Bombmon, Monimon, and Chikurimon), leading to the original Nanomon being called "Nanomon L" in Super Xros Wars.
That also proves Chikurimon was likely not conceived as a Child stage.
 

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I remember that confusing a lot of people. We found out later that in Xros Wars materials, "Nanomon" was a catch-all term for the "baby" Digimon (Pickmon, Bombmon, Monimon, and Chikurimon), leading to the original Nanomon being called "Nanomon L" in Super Xros Wars.
Huh...... well there goes my last decade of behind-the-scenes headcanon.
 
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