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Marcus Damon (voice)
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What's left of the Data Squad arrive at the Sacred City, but once inside, they realize they were tricked. Baronmon's promises of a party to welcome them was a lie. They're quickly captured and placed in an arena for punishment! There, they meet once again with an old DATS acquaintance who they thought missing, Yushima. But the sight of Cerberusmon puts damper on their reunion.With the help of Kamemon, Marcus gets free. The moment that he displays his DNA Charge, Baronmon realizes Marcus must be the son of Spencer Damon. Spencer is remembered for saving Eldradimon and revered among the Digimon of the Sacred City. Yoshi and Thomas are set free and a lavish banquet is served to truly celebrate their arrival. Unfortunately, celebrations are short-lived. Suddenly, a squad of Gizumon come to raid the City. Catastrophe is prevented thanks to the timely arrival of Keenan and Falcomon - who have also brought along with them allies in the form of many Ninjamon. Nearby, Kurata has upgraded his ... Written by Anonymous

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Merely passable
9 February 2016 | by See all my reviews

Not much can be found that is worth commenting on. A few developments are made that will be important for the next few episodes, such as the discovery of the sacred city and Eldradimon, so "Journey to the Sacred City" at least keeps things moving forward. We also learn what became of the commander-general and more on Spencer Damon's reputation in the Digital World. Yet, very little actually stands out.

Perhaps this is because the most interesting aspects are underplayed. For example, Thomas' reaction to Spencer Damon's reputation further hints at the family issues that Thomas has endured, which haven't been explored since the 16th episode. Admittedly, the more cautious character being envious of the impulsive leader is essentially nothing new, but the approach is sufficiently different that I really did want lean more about the underlying concerns.

At this point, I think we've seen quite enough of Yoshi's stagnant habit of breaking up arguments between Marcus and Thomas. In fact, I'm so fed up with it that I felt somewhat joyous when she pulled that bullfighting maneuver with the cerberusmon; it's silly but at least she's doing something new.

On the villains' side of things, the digimon-hybrid trio is given a power boost by Kurata, but there's still little to be invested in. Kouki's rivalry with Marcus is nothing more than a competition between two guys who are the "Digimon" equivalent of meatheads, while Ivan is a mere muscle-bound airhead. Nanami is the only one with which the series will do something interesting, as will be seen in the next episode.


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