Craniamon had freed BanchoLeomon and taken his place to hold the Digital World from falling onto the human world. BanchoLeomon suddenly appears back in the digital world. He stops Marcus ... See full summary »

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Marcus Damon (voice)
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Yoshino 'Yoshi' Fujieda (voice)
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Craniamon had freed BanchoLeomon and taken his place to hold the Digital World from falling onto the human world. BanchoLeomon suddenly appears back in the digital world. He stops Marcus from getting closer to King Drasil and reveals a stunning truth. He has the life-force of Spencer Damon inside his body! Only Spencer's body was taken over by King Drasil. Spencer Damon-BanchoLeomon tells the DATS team how they met while searching for King Drasil. Finally, Spencer Damon-BanchoLeomon holds King Drasil in place and asks Marcus to sacrifice him along with King Drasil to save the human world. Marcus cannot believe what he is being asked to do. But he does it, believing it is the only way to defeat King Drasil. However, the true form of King Drasil is not so easily destroyed. He returns to seek revenge! Written by Anonymous

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The last truly interesting revelation of the series
31 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

As the title indicates, this is the episode that covers the last big secret of the series, as well as filling in a bunch of narrative holes. Despite fitting in such a large amount of information, it manages to maintain a reasonable pace, only flailing towards the end.

The revelation that BanchoLeomon is actually Marcus' father is surprising. It's one of the few that provides a different spin on earlier events, but this is limited because BanchoLeomon spent too much time on the sidelines. As such, it does not bring the same resonance as the final revelations of "Digimon 02". The flashbacks detailing Spencer's dealings with several key characters are mostly done well. His first meeting with BanchoLeomon could have had more thought put into it than the usual machismo related stuff and I would have done without Craniamon getting a preview of the overly commented on "human potential". I will admit, however, that this mirrors some of Marcus' experiences, which is appropriate for a father/son matter.

Furthermore, his efforts to turn aside King Drasil's outrage over the Kurata's assault provide somewhat of a connection to the rest of the story, but this doesn't undo this arc's place as the oddball because King Drasil and the Royal Knights still have no bearing on earlier events.

BanchoLeomon "storing" Spencer's life-force is a pretty convenient ability, but considering all of the other crazy connections and effects that have characterized human/digimon partnerships up to this point, I do not find it all that difficult to accept. The final few minutes are too rushed for my taste, and undo some of the impact from all of the imparted information, leading me to think that this event would have worked better earlier.


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