Digimon Adventures X-Digimon and Adults.
Denny and Terriermon in, Terriermon’s Real!
So there I was, sitting playing video games, which is something I don’t usually do. I came across a programmer name Wallace who offered me a video game, who was claiming it was much more realistic then most Digimon games. Downloading it took days, even on a decent connection. Installing it took some time too, as for a while, I thought it would take hours to install. It actually took into Gigabytes till it was fully installed. Wallace told me it would take some time though.
I started by using Agumon, he was kinda cool, and could learn things relatively fast. Greymon was kinda cool too, and I even had goood luck getting my Agumon to digivolve all the way to MetalGreymon, but for some reason, I wasn’t happy with it.
I soon tried Patamon, I liked him too, but I was just not comfortable with him.
For some reason, I decided to hang out outside of a card gaming shop, and just happened to mention Digimon. Some kid looked at me, then gave me an odd look. His buddy looked at me too.
“Adults should stay outa this, Digimon are only for children!”
The look he gave me, describable as F*&$ Off! I suddenly felt like a 12-year-old-boy, who was told no, when asking to do something too adult. Tears fell from my eyes, as I walked in to buy a pack of cards. In the back in my head, I felt as though I could see the greenish Digimon, bunny Terriermon.
“That’s it! I’ll use Terriermon next time!”
I said aloud, with the shop owner giving me an odd look, as I’d said it, soon after walking in.
“-I believe these would suffice better then the ordinary one’s”
“Huh, why’s this?”
I was a little confused.
“-Because if you have the scanner, you can use these cards to help the Digimon to fight, whom ever you chose.”
“-Digimon card scanner?”
“Yeah here, “ he reached into the case, “-This one is used, so you don’t have to pay full price for it.”
“Thank You… thank you very much.”
I cried slightly, as he only charged me ten dollars for the scanning device. But 5 dollars for the cards? I still paid it, though I didn’t understand. I pulled up Terriermon, then began doing battles with him. I first failed three times, before I actually had a win.
Went back to the gaming shop, and tried playing the card game against a couple of kids. They kicked my butt so badly, I cried like a baby… I didn’t even stop crying till I got home.
Day number three since Wallace gave me the game, and I wasn’t any closer to winning any games at all. As I surfed the net, I cried some more. This wasn’t fair, kids less then half my age, were easily able to kick my butt, and I’m the adult.
When going against other Digimon though, I seemed to do much better. But I soon still lost Terriermon in the game.
Email popped up, and when answering it, it was Wallace giving me a Digiegg. Digital eggs, and fighting Digimon in cyberspace. I soon went to bed, depressed, and crying. My dreams were nothing but Terriermon… I just couldn’t shake him from my system. More and more, the only thing I started to want, is to have a real Terriermon. My roommate could tell I was depressed, and my stories were beginning to lag so much, my readers were dropping off like flies. Anything I tried to write stunk. Sitting watching movies didn’t help either, as the only thing I could think about, is that bunny. I kept going back to the game, not knowing exactly why. But never did a single other Terriermon ever work out, even with Digimodify. More power, more speed, nothing helped or improved.
Three more days passed, and there was no change in anything.
On the fourth day, the egg broke in cyberspace. Odd looking green and white blob. But he actually was able to beat the very next Digimon on the screen. The next battle after this, he Digivolved into Terriermon. But for a change, the cards actually worked, and Terriermon gained extra power. First we were attacked by a virus infected version of Patamon’s evolved form. Terriermon succeeded in defeating the virus infected Angemon. But then Skullgreymon attacked us soon after, and it was like the cards were useless. With the help of Wallace, I found a place for Terriermon to hide.
For the time being anyway, the Skullgreymon left alone.
“At least it’s only a game.”
I said, as I looked at the screen. But it didn’t seem like a game suddenly, as I tried to sleep. I felt as though Terriermon could feel it suddenly. This seemed rather ridiculous though, how could computer data feel? I ended up leaving the game alone, and when I got back to it, it was going on day number seven. I was able to locate Terriermon, but unfortunately soon after, Skullgreymon showed up.
I swiped the card having no clue what it was. It was a Digivolution card, and Terriermon Digivolved into Gargomon.
But it didn’t seem to help anyways, as Skullgreymon was still winning.
“No Gargomon, get up and fight, you can do it!!”
I said, as I cried. I went for the special pack of Digimon cards, but as I tried to open them, I flopped them all over the place.
“Wa-what is this?”
I flipped it over, and then again. It appeared more like a data card of some type. Like those little tiny SD cards, but a little bigger. But what for what was this blue card for?
Instantly, Gargomon Digivolved into Rapidmon… as I watched and coached Rapidmon, I didn’t take note at first, that my swiping machine changed it’s shape.
Together Rapidmon defeated Skullgreymon.
“Yes, that’s the way to do it, Rapidmon!”
He surely did beat Skullgreymon, but soon went back to Terriermon. Terriermon didn’t look to good though, beat up, and he didn’t even look like he could even getup.
“Terri, Terriermon? No, it was too much for him, “crying now heavily, “Getup buddy, don’t fade out like the rest!”
I wasn’t crying, no… I was balling, I pressed him too hard, now I lost a Terriermon who seemed more real then the rest. As I balled, I didn’t notice my monitor screen coming to life, as digital material-matter was materializing outside my monitor screen. I noticed as I cried however, that my digicard scanner looked more like a Digivice. I didn’t actually get time to inspect it for long, as my arms were suddenly full, and what ever was suddenly filling my arms, was warm too.
“Ta-ta, Terry-ahh, Terriermon?”
I couldn’t seem to quit crying, as I held injured Terriermon in my arms. My tears were a mixture of sad and happy ones.
“-Excuse me, but I’m starting to feel better.”
“Still Terriermon, you need to give it some time to heal up better.”
Still holding his lower side, I left him lean back a little. He looked up at me and smiled.
“-You have the top of my head wet, you were crying so much.”
“I am still crying, being so glad you’re here… I don’t understand though, but I am not complaining.”
I cried some more, not meaning to.
“-Huh, isn’t that something which Henry always used?”
“-Denny, who’s Henry?”
“Ahm, never mind. You’re here, and for now, that’s all that matters.”
Will Terriermon and Denny ever understand each other?
Will Denny be able to grasp being a real Digimon tamer?
Time will tell, as Denny and Terriermon get use to each other.