Digimon Tamers: Havoc
As Digimon Tamers came to a close the main protagonist, Takato, finds a small portal to the digital world in Gulimon's old hideout. The portal is too small to fit through, thus the digimon cannot come back, but it exists none the less. In another city, Hokkaido, there is another portal that has appeared. A larger one, that digimon can pass through.
Fast forward four years.
There was a massive cover up of the D-reaper incident. The entire world, besides the tamers and their families, think that it was just one big stunt that grew out of control in order to promote a new digimon movie. Many important people in the entertainment industry (hired by hypnos as scapegoats) were sued and some lost their jobs over it, but once again Digimon aren’t real in the public eye.
Takato Matsuki has moved away with his parents to this currently quiet (by city standards) city. Its been years since he’s seen his beloved Guilmon and he doubts he’ll ever see him again. So he’s grown up, still playing the digimon card game and watching the show up until his big move to the city. He’s sad to say goodbye to his friends, friends that he’s gone through so much with, but he’s learned by now that you don’t always get to stay with the companions that you love the most. So Takato enters high school and makes friends and tries to decide what he wants to do with his life.
But then one day he has a dream.
A dream about a digital field appearing in town and a digimon coming into the real world to “scout things out”. But then another digimon appears, along with a human partner with a D-arc but his D-arc is red and black instead of the white color scheme that Takato’s digivice used to have. The boy’s digimon defeats the scout and absorbs its data and Takato wakes up. The next day he is contacted by Yamaki who states that a wild one appeared in Takato’s city and it had a hazard symbol on its forehead but was deleted quickly by another digimon. Takato tells him about this dream and how this happened before he met Rika as well, he also tells him that the digimon was a scout to look around the town. Yamaki says for Takato to keep his eyes peeled and that he’ll do everything he can to find out what’s happening and confirms that everything is quiet in Takato’s old hometown.
A few days pass by with nothing happening and no information surfacing on Yamaki’s end until Calumon appears, breaking into the ex-tamer’s room and telling him of big trouble that’s surfacing in the digital world that could spell the end of both worlds and that he’s been sent by the sovereigns to tell Takato the head tamer about it. Corrupted hazard digimon are appearing more and more often and seem to be rallying around a leader of some sort. They’ve found a way into the human world and if left to their own devices trouble will arise. Takato, knowing all too well how dangerous such digimon are, calls Yamaki and tells him the story. Yamaki remembers the tamer that Takato mentioned and states that if there’s one tamer and new D-arc there must be more of them out there. He tells Takato to rally these new tamers and to teach them everything he knows in order to combat this new threat.
Which is where we come into the picture.
Spoiler: Level System
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