Digimon: Digital Monsters

Episode 0

Battle Of Adventurers

Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Oct 16, 2005 on TV Asahi
out of 10
User Rating
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Episode Summary

Battle Of Adventurers

While Henry and Takato go on a vacation, Bio-merges start taking place all over the world forcing them to find the source and destroy it.

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  • This short movie begins with Takato arranging his belongings at home in order to visit his cousin Kai at Okinawa. When he finally arrives, the adventure really begins! Evil Digimon begin emerging through our world and it's up to the Tamers to stop them!moreless

    This was an excellent film that never really caught on with the Tamers Season during its late 2001-early 2002 run, until three years later, it has arrived! Since I was only beginning my first year in high school during the Season 3 run, I found out at the time that this was one of the lost Digimon films that hasn't even reached the USA quite yet. Now that I have finished graduating from high school, I finally got to see this movie! I am disappointed with some scenes that were cut from the dub, but it is an excellent film!moreless
  • Another Great Movie

    Another one of the undubbed movies that appeared on TV. This movie was better than it sounded. This one even has Omnimon in it! The battle was great and enjoy able. The only thing I would have changed was make the battle between the Ultimates & Gulfmon a little longer before the Trinity Burst Attack. This movie was a really good one. So Watch it!
Jamieson Price

Jamieson Price


Guest Star

Yuri Lowenthal

Yuri Lowenthal

Kai (replacement voice)

Guest Star

Stephanie Sheh

Stephanie Sheh

Minami Uehara

Guest Star

Richard Cansino

Richard Cansino


Recurring Role

Tom Wyner

Tom Wyner


Recurring Role

Lex Lang

Lex Lang

Omnimon (shared)

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (4)

    • Gargomon refers to his Gargo Laser attack as "Gargo Pellets".

    • All the same, Renamon is a very honourable character, and the fact that she broke this vow is the result of a mistake by, or miscommunication between, the writers.

    • Correction for above: Breaking a vow/promise/deal is NOT a mistake. It is common to happen anywhere, therefore there is no actual mistake, only on Renamon's part, bieng as she either forgot or thought it was necessary.

    • As stated above, this movie falls between Taomon's appearance in episode #18, and the Tamers' battle with Vikaralamon in #23. However, during the movie, Renamon absorbs data, which she vowed to no longer do in episode #12.

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Growlmon: Pyro Blaster!
      Mephistomon: Fool! You'll never defeat me with a pathetic attack like that!
      Takato: And you'll never get us to stop battling you with pathetic speeches like that!

    • Kai: Guilmon sure likes seafood.
      Takato: Of course he does. It's food!

    • Henry: We saved the world!
      Rika: Again!
      Takato: But now I need a vacation from my vacation!

    • Takato: Kai, turn here!
      Kai: Right!
      Takato: No, left!

    • Airport PA: The white zone is for loading and unloading only. I don't know what you think you're doing there if you're not loading or unloading!

    • Rika: Mom's coming home soon. Renamon, come on let's find something to do. Mom's you miss them when they're away, and when they're here, you just want them to leave you alone (Renamon laughs).

    • (Kai freaks out on seeing Guilmon pushing Takato on his rolling luggage)
      Guilmon: Hi. Do you have something I can eat?
      Kai: Yeah, sure. Just don't eat me!

  • NOTES (8)

    • This marks the first time Renamon laughed at humor.

    • ABC Family Air Date: Sunday November 20th, 2005

    • Baromon wasn't named in the movie, but some people went by his Japanese name of Baronmon. Just a recap that Baromon is named after Barong, the King of Spirits in the Mythology of Bali.

    • An extended scene where Takato, Guilmon, and Kai are playing and exploring underwater is cut out.

    • Brian Donovan does not reprise his role of Kai for some unknown reason. Instead, Yuri Lowenthal does him.

    • Incidental Digimon who appear in animated form for the first time (and in some cases, the ONLY time) in this movie are Pteramon, Tylomon, Mantaraymon, Depthmon (only his hands were seen grabbing Seasarmon), Archelomon, Baronmon, Sepikmon, Ponchomon, Pipismon, BlueMeramon and Kokuwamon. Other incidental Digimon who have already appeared in the series are Divermon, Ebidramon, MetalTyrannomon and Scorpiomon.

    • It was originally believed that this movie was out of contintuity with the series, because an early, incorrect translation of the promo booklet made it seem as though Mephismon was responsible for creating Digimon, which contradicts the established Tamers storyline. However, this was proven to be untrue, and as a result, there is little in the movie to seriously push it out of continuity. Furthermore, Kai's subsequent appearance in episode #3.49, "D-Reaper's Feast," supports the idea that it is indeed in continuity. If so, it takes place at some point during the season, presumably after 3.18, "Digital Beauty," but before 3.22, "The Boar Wars."

    • The script for this movie was translated into English for Saban by Grace Anderson, prior to the Disney takeover, indicating that there was some interest in dubbing it.


    • The instrument of Kai's grandfather plays some notes that almost sound similar to the opening theme of the 1984 James Cameron film The Terminator.