In this episode, we wrap up the sad little appendix of Digimon Xros Wars. Because it's not like there's anything else going on in the franchise right now.
In this episode, as Quartzmon tightens its grip on the world, the world must come to accept the unfortunate, depressing reality that Tagiru is still the main character.
In this episode, the moment everyone's been waiting for all season! That's right, Zenjirou and Akari finally get their Xros Loaders! Bunch of other kids show up too.
In this episode, Tagiru is in a prime position to get some real answers from the two people who know the most about DigiQuartz, but passes because they aren't terrorizing the city on this particular instance.
In this episode, a perfectly decent round of annoying filler is drastically interrupted by an actual villain and some other goggleheads deciding to barge in on Tagiru's turf. About damn time, really.
In this episode, a Digimon theme park is so authentic that the Sephirotmon ride traps you in an evil, megalomaniacal scheme. It's just like the real thing!
In this episode, the hunters intervene in the case of a Digimon gaining power through a popular collectible card game... but only after it completely drains the energy of its victim. Twice.
In this episode, after all these years we finally find out why Dagomon never got a proper appearance in Zero Two. Seriously, have you actually seen this guy?
In this episode, a boy and his Ekakimon create giant monsters to terrorize the school, then act surprised that anyone would have a problem with this.
In this episode, the latest enemy turns out to be so stupid that only Tagiru and Gumdramon are any match for it- a Digimon cosplayer.
In this episode, Tagiru and Yuu encounter mysterious phenomena caused by either a supernatural presence or Airu being a horrible person. Go on, guess which!
In this episode, friendship is magic. Dark, Satanic magic that possesses the school to form a human pentagram to empower a demon, but magic nonetheless.
In this episode, the clockmaker needs an island swept, so invites a bunch of Hunters over for a little Hunger Games action. The past victors stay on the boat for now.
In this episode, an innocent train enthusiast who wants to travel the world meets a flying train that lets him. Let's see how this relationship gets totally abused!
In this episode, sometimes the only way to resolve a dispute between working to make people happy and working for glory is through a cooking reality show.
In this episode, a Digimon stealing human motivation becomes an unstoppable, insufferable beast after taking Tagiru's spirit. Feels like there's a message in that.
In this episode, Taiki is pursued by his biggest fans- Akari, Tagiru, and a dangerous Digimon who draws life force out of celebrities... even the dead ones.
In this episode, the gang meets a boy who has found a way to make money hunting Digimon. Our noble hero thinks that's just the sweetest gig ever and signs up.
In this episode, Tagiru learns never to feed his Pagumon after midnight. Or before midnight. Or ever, really. Starving your Digimon is a very important lesson for a hunter.