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Digimon Adventure: Awaken - Epilogue

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Keywords male 909158, female 792134, human 78734, feral 58492, digimon 19969, gatomon 2369, veemon 2004, gabumon 859, agumon 576, gomamon 570, dorumon 503, palmon 301, biyomon 224, elecmon 91, tentomon 60, meicoomon 50, hackmon 33, gennai 9, labramon 5
It had been three long years since the invasion of the Primal world and the attack by King Drasil. Since that time, the digital world had found itself some form of normalcy. Cody, Willis, Ken, Mimi and Davis oversaw many of the repairs and replanting in the areas where they had fought. Even the light house that was destroyed by the battle with Megaseadramon was rebuilt, and the beach restored with some help from Digmon. The digi-destined had returned their focus to their daily lives and overseeing the peace, often times guiding new kids as they struggled with problems in both the digital and real worlds. However in one part of the digital world on File Island, a new beginning was set in motion for two unique, recently reborn digimon.
The Primary village was calm and quiet, just as it had been every other day. The babies were being entertained by Gatomon, happily reprising her former role from the Quantum World, while Elecmon was hauling in a fresh batch of fish from the lake. After setting it down near the edge of the village, Elecmon wiped his brow and surveyed the area.
“I hope Gatomon was able to get the berries we were looking for.” He said strolling into the village. As Elecmon rounded behind one of the massive blocks to go in search of his mate, Hackmon and Dorumon peeked out from behind a nearby tree.
“Ready?” Dorumon asked.
“On three.”
“One, two, three!” They said together, rushing for the net they untied it and took to snaking away at Elecmon’s catch.
“So good!” Dorumon moaned between gulps of fish.
“We needed this, I’m sure they won’t miss a few.” Hackmon agreed.
“Or half or whatever.”
“Hey!!” Elecmon called out, spotting the two stuffing their mouths. “I warned you two about that! Super Thunderstrike!” He leapt up into the air, firing at them.
“Ah!!” They shouted, jumping back from the attack. Dorumon slipped in to steal one more fish then ran off, tailing his brother.
“Get back here you thieves!” Elecmon shouted giving chase to the two of them.
“Steal the fish from Elecmon, genius plan as always!” Hackmon scowled as they ran, Dorumon gulped down the fish and retorted.
“Hey, you were on board for it. Sides, who was it that came up with the whole stealthy sneaking fish thing to begin with!?”
“Exactly, stealthy, sneaky! The opposite of you.”
“Oh stuff it!” Dorumon snapped, but the two were cut off by Gatomon landing in front of them with her claws raised, leering at them with her bright green eyes. “Ahhh!!”
“We’re dead, so very dead.” Hackmon blinked.
“That’s the second time this month!” She swept in, smacking them both on the head. “How many times do I have to tell you numbskulls this!? That food is for the babies!”
“We’re sorry!” They submitted.
“Humph, if it wasn’t for the fact we were asked to raise you up to rookies by Gennai himself, I woulda kicked ya right off the island.” Gatomon huffed, crossing her arms.
“You caught them love?” Elecmon huffed and puffed.
“Yeah, I got em. Looks we got two new volunteer fishermons.” She snickered.
“Wha!?” Hackmon gasped.
“I hate the water.” Dorumon scoffed.
“Too bad, get to work replacing those fish you stole. Elecmon will get you another net.” Gatomon ordered. “Or do I have to do more than smack those noggins!?”
“Yes ma’am.” They conceded. After a rough afternoon of fishing, Hackmon and Dorumon hauled a second net of fish to the village and dropped it off before Gatomon.
“Here, may we go now?” Dorumon requested, scowling as both he and Hackmon were dripping wet. Hackmon in particular wringing out his cloak before shaking off some excess water.
“What’s the hurry?” Gatomon asked, holding a Poyomon in her hands.
“We don’t wanna get thrashed anymore?” Hackmon answered.
“You paid your debt, so Elecmon and I agreed to give you something to eat tonight.” She explained, passing the baby off to Elecmon. “Sides, you have a visitor coming after dinner.”
“Huh?” Hackmon questioned.
“Who’s coming to see us?” Dorumon asked.
“Master Gennai wants to speak to you, and when it comes to the arbiter of light and dark, you don’t say no. At the very least it would be rude not to make an appearance.” Gatomon stated. “Sides, you boys look tired. You could use a little rest I’m sure.”
“Thank you matron.” Hackmon bowed.
“Yeah thanks.” Dorumon joined his brother in bowing. After setting up a campfire right outside the village, and the evening well underway, Elecmon and Gatomon sat across from Hackmon and Dorumon as they ate the dinner they were offered, a hearty mix of fish, nuts and a few wild berries.
“So, I have to ask you boys.” Elecmon spoke up. “Have your memories come back at all?”
“Memories?” Hackmon asked. Dorumon didn’t respond, still chowing down on the fish he was given.
“Right. Digimon never really die, we just get reconfigured. Since Master Gennai has taken a particular interest in the two of you, I wonder if you recall anything from your lives before?” Elecomon proposed.
“Huh.” Dorumon shrugged, licking his claws. “To be honest I thought this was our first.”
“I have to agree with my brother. I have no memories beyond our time here in the village and File Island. Though a few well placed head blows may have hampered my memory.” Hackmon smiled, rubbing his forehead.
“I figured it would smarten ya up.” She giggled. “Can’t make ya any dumber.”
“Oh it smarts alright.” Dorumon chuckled, rubbing his head. “How long before Master Gennai arrives?”
“Not sure. He just said tonight.” Elecmon answered.
“I don’t know much about this, Master Gennai. Other than he’s a person of significant power.” Hackmon spoke.
“Got that right.” Gatomon agreed.
“Not long ago, Gennai was much like a caretaker for the digital world. However, after a great battle with the primal digimon and the attack by King Drasil, Gennai was gifted the powers of light and darkness. Essentially to watch over the world until Homeostasis and King Drasil were repaired.” Elecmon explained.
“You’re a primal digimon, right?” Dorumon asked, turning to Gatomon.
“That’s right. But I chose to stay here and live in peace. Even found love and let go of the pain and darkness in my heart. It took time, but it was all worth it.” She smiled.
“Huh.” Dorumon pondered, rubbing his chin.
“Perhaps something new is happening and we might be needed.” Hackmon proposed to his brother.
“What, us? Yeah we’re pretty tough but, it’s not like we’re taking on any Ogremon or anything. What could he ask us to do?” Dorumon inquired.
“Don’t know, but that might be what we learn tonight.” Hackmon suggested.
“Do you know if we had a past life?” Dorumon asked Elecmon.
“Most likely, but if you’re asking if I knew personally the answer’s no. If you had a life before this one, than you must have been very old because I don’t remember raising you before.” Elecmon replied.
“Well I don’t know about you but, I could use a nap.” Dorumon yawned while giving a quick stretch.
“Would it be ok if you woke us when he arrived, I’m quite tired as well.” Hackmon stated.
“Sure, I’ll tend the fire a little more than grab ya when he arrives.” Gatomon offered.
“Thank you Matron.” Dorumon smiled. Hackmon threw his cloak over his brother and Dorumon his tail along Hackmon’s back while the two cuddled in for a nap.
“Hmm, too cute.” Gatomon smiled. “I’ll grab a little more wood, you got the babies?” She asked.
“Course love, meet you in a little bit.” He smiled, stealing a kiss from Gatomon.

After a few hours, Dorumon was stirred awake, but only offered up a peek from his eye as Gatomon was standing before Gennai. Easing his ear toward them, he did the best he could to listen in.
“So what, they don’t get a choice?” She demanded.
“Of course they do, Gatomon. But it belongs to them, they have every right to know about it.”
“If what you say is true, you could tear them apart. I mean look at them, they love each other. Such sweet brother digimon, I’d hate to see that taken away from them.” She protested. Gennai continued to talk but the first bit of what he said was muffled before Dorumon could make it out.
“Spoken with Tai and Meiko, and they agree they should have a choice. The power still lies within them, even if it’s dormant for now.” Gennai carried on. “Besides, I’m not Homeostasis or King Drasil. I’m not going to force them to fight each other.”
“Huh?” Dorumon breathed.
“Hmm.” Hackmon moaned, shaking his head. “You’re awake.”
“I think our guest of honor has arrived and I’ve been listening.” Dorumon whispered.
“Oh?”
“I don’t like this.”
“Why?”
“Gatomon’s upset, and I heard him mention we were fighting or something. I don’t know about this.” He insisted, still keeping to his hushed tone. “Oh! Eyes closed!” He ordered. Hackmon and Dorumon pretended to still be asleep as Gatomon and Gennai approached. The fire had died down quite a bit and nudging the two, she tried to rouse them.
“Hey come on, up you guys.”
“Mmm.” Dorumon moaned, slowly getting up. Both he and Hackmon let out a good long drawn out yawn before shaking themselves out.
“Greetings Hackmon and Dorumon.” Gennai bowed. “My name is Gennai.”
“Hi Master Gennai.” They answered together.
“I’ll leave you to it, but remember my request, Gennai.” Gatomon stated.
“Of course Gatomon, thank you.” He nodded. Sitting down cross legged across from the two of them he began to explain. “You two have quite the reputation here on File Island.”
“Uh, well.” Hackmon rubbed his head.
“It’s usually his fault.” Dorumon was quick to throw in.
“Hey!”
“What?” Dorumon snickered. “Wasn’t my idea to get stuck in the ruins and have Centarumon and Leomon rescue us, was it?”
“That was your idea; mine was climb up Infinity Mountain to do some sightseeing that day.”
“Boys, relax.” Gennai laughed, waving them down. “Neither of you are in trouble. It’s just there’s something important we need to discuss.”
“Oh?” Hackmon raised his brow.
“And it has something to do, with these.” Gennai produced two spheres from his pockets, one radiating with a gentle light, the other emanating with darkness.
“Whoa, what are those!?” Dorumon exclaimed.
“These, my friend. Are your memories.” Gennai stated.
“What!?” They gasped.
“Long ago, you two served as great guardians of the digital world in your own respects. Hackmon, you served under Homeostasis, and were able to digivolve into a powerful digimon known as Jesmon. Dorumon, you served under King Drasil, and with his blessing you fought as Alphamon.”
“King Drasil, huh?” Dorumon leered, upset at hearing the name.
“Hmm, curious.” Hackmon gave a quick glance to his brother. “King Drasil was the one that caused so much destruction just a few years ago, was he not?”
“You remember that fight?” Gennai asked.
“How could we? We weren’t even born; we heard the story about the great battles as babies.” Dorumon countered. “Why would I ever serve someone so evil?”
“He’s got a point. He might be a bit reckless, but my brother’s heart is kind and loving. He’s not a servant of some monster like King Drasil.” Hackmon was quick to counter.
“I understand it’s confusing.” Gennai acknowledged. “These spheres contain all the memories you had of that life. Including the knowledge on how to digivolve to your mega forms. By all rights, these belong to you including the power you once wielded. However, how you chose to use that power now is entirely up to you.”
“Is there a need for it?” Hackmon asked.
“The digital world has been peaceful for some time. However, darkness is creeping out of the cracks once again. I’m doing the best I can to stabilize the balance between the light and dark, but I could use assistance.” He proposed. “Hence why I came to you. We’ve fought side by side in the past and I think between the two of you, we could keep the peace for a great deal longer.”
“You offer us a duty to protect the digital world?” Hackmon restated.
“Yes. The digi-destined are capable of doing this as well, however while the elder and more powerful team is preoccupied by their busy lives, the younger teams that are forming are still too inexperienced to battle the more grave threats that could manifest. To put it simply, I wouldn’t ask this task of just any digimon. I know you have the capability to do it, which is why I’ve come to you.” Gennai stated.
“Those memories.” Dorumon spoke up, his focus fixed on the sphere of darkness. “They’re so dark, they look painful. Horrible. The kind of thing that could... Make me a hateful monster.”
“You aren’t interested, brother?” Hackmon turned to him.
“No!” Dorumon refuted, returning his attention to Gennai. “I’m not touching that thing, it’s evil! Leave us alone!” Dorumon bolted off into the woods.
“Brother!” Hackmon called out, but Gennai returned the spheres to his pocket.
“Give him time, Hackmon. He needs a chance to think about this.”
“He needs his family.” Hackmon scowled. “If he refuses, so do I.” He stated, rushing off into the dark after Dorumon. Rushing through the trees, blind to where he was going Dorumon eventually slammed into someone and fell back on his tail.
“Hey, watch where you’re going.” Dorumon moaned, rubbing his head.
“Me?” Tai asked, picking himself up alongside Agumon. “I wasn’t the one bolting off through the forest at night- ah!” He gasped. “Dorumon!” Tai smiled.
“Huh?” Dorumon looked up as Tai was smiling down on him.
“It’s you! I’m so happy to see you again! Hahaha!” Agumon lunged in giving him a good long hug. “I told you we’d see each other again someday.”
“Have we, met?” Dorumon gently eased himself from Agumon’s arms.
“Uh, I see.” Tai turned away for a moment.
“Oh, he didn’t take it.” Agumon stated.
“No, I guess not.” Tai agreed. “Sorry about that, Dorumon. I’m Tai, a digi-destined from earth. This is my partner, Agumon.”
“Hi, how’s it going!? Nice to meet you again!” Agumon happily greeted.
“A digi-destined!” He shouted. “Wait, does that mean you were one of the ones who fought off King Drasil, the dark masters and the Primal digimon!?” He eagerly asked.
“Yeah, you had a hand in that too.” Tai smiled.
“Huh? I did?”
“Brother!” Hackmon rushed in, snarling at the two of them. “Stay back, you harm him, you’ll answer to me!”
“Hey cool your jets Hackmon.” Agumon backed off.
“Huh? You know me?”
“He’s a digi-destined, relax brother I don’t think he’s here to hurt us.” Dorumon explained.
“Ah, I see! A human and digimon partner. This makes sense. But what are you doing here at night?” Hackmon asked.
“Gennai told us he was going to offer you your memories tonight. He said we didn’t have to come along but, I couldn’t resist.” Tai smiled. “Even if it means getting lectured later from the wife. She hates it when I run off.” He chuckled.
“We rejected Gennai’s offer.” Hackmon spoke.
“I see.” Tai sighed.
“Tai?” Dorumon spoke up. “You said, we fought together, in the past?”
“That’s right.” Tai acknowledged.
“Can I ask you something?”
“Sure, name it.” Tai agreed.
“Are we, friends?” Tai caught a massive lump in his throat. Immediately his mind raced back to the moment Dorumon died in his arms, asking the exact same question. Caught off guard, he let a few tears escape.
“Yeah, we’re friends Dorumon.”
“Why are you crying?” Dorumon asked.
“Poor Tai.” Agumon moaned. “You asked him the same thing before you disappeared. You saved Tai’s life. You made a very brave sacrifice for him.”
“I’m alright, really.” Tai wiped at his eyes. “Dorumon, Hackmon. Listen, no matter what happens. I hope you know you can always count on us. I know we’re a lot busier than usual but. If you ever get in trouble. Don’t hesitate to come find us.” Tai proposed to him.
“But we don’t have our memories.” Hackmon stated.
“Doesn’t matter. You’re still you, and that’s what counts.” Tai assured him.
“Exactly. Maybe you can’t digivolve anymore, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be helpful and that we can’t help you. You just remember that Tai and Agumon and all the digi-destined will be there for you.” Agumon joined in. Hackmon and Dorumon briefly turned to each other, smiling Dorumon nodded and gazed back at Tai.
“Ok, sounds good to me.” Dorumon agreed. “After all, who’s to turn down an offer like that from digi-world legends like you guys?” He smiled.
“Thanks you guys.” Tai smiled right back. “I really mean it, just say the word, I’ll be there. Ok?”
“Got it.” They both answered.

Walking back to the camp site, Dorumon and Hackmon remained quiet most of the way, however as the fire came in sight, Dorumon paused and decided to voice his thoughts.
“Think Tai was telling the truth?”
“He’s a digi-destined. Why would he lie?” Hackmon countered.
“I don’t know.” Dorumon hung his head, kicking away at the dirt on the ground. “He was a friend, him and Agumon. Should have seen the way he rushed in to hug me, he was so excited; like we had known each other for years or something.”
“Perhaps to them, we are old friends.”
“Are we?” Dorumon retorted. “I just can’t shake this feeling that, if we get those memories back, we won’t be the same.”
“I agree, but maybe that’s not a bad thing.” Hackmon stated, catching Dorumon’s attention. “We could live out our life here on File Island, until something terrible claims us both.” Turning his gaze toward the open ocean he carried on. “Or travel across the ocean and risk life and limb to explore the continent beyond. However.” He turned back to Dorumon. “We could become the digimon we were before, and this time decide our own fate. Years of memories may return. But I believe regardless, we will remain family.”
“Hmph, so no matter what I’m stuck with you.” He quipped.
“As I’m stuck cleaning up your messes.” He was quick to jab right back.
“Well then.” Dorumon gazed up at the night sky and took a good long breath. “Let’s swear an oath, right now.”
“Hmm?” Hackmon stepped in closer.
“That no matter what happens, when we get our memories back. We stay together.” Dorumon stated, reaching out with his paw.
“I think that would go without saying, but.” Hackmon clasped his brother’s paw and shook it. “You may drive me crazy sometimes, but you are my brother and I love you.”
“Love you too, brother.” He agreed.

Hackmon and Dorumon broke through the clearing and began approaching Gennai and to their surprise was passed out asleep, sitting against a tree.
“Should we?” Hackmon posed to his brother. Dorumon gave a puzzled look and shrugged as Hackmon picked up a pebble and flicked at Gennai’s nose.
“Buah! That’s enough pepper!” He exclaimed. “Oh, a dream.”
“A strange one.” Hackmon said.
“What’s pepper?” Dorumon asked.
“Sorry, guess I was a little more tired than I thought.” Gennai yawned.
“Still got those memories?” Dorumon questioned, much to Gennai’s surprise.
“A change of heart?”
“Could say that.” Dorumon agreed.
“So long as whatever we do, we stay together, we’ll accept these memories you offer.” Hackmon proposed.
“That was my intention as well.” Gennai agreed. “The rift that used to exist between you was quite tragic, though you did manage to mend some bridges toward the end.” He explained as he produced the spheres once more. Dorumon shuddered as Gennai placed them in their hands. “All you have to do, is hold them close to your heart.”
“I’m nervous.” Dorumon confessed. Hackmon draped his cloak over his brother and got in good and close.
“Don’t be afraid, I’ll stay right here beside you.” He assured him.
“Right, same.” Dorumon sniffled. “So, count of three?”
“One, two three.” They counted down together before bringing the spheres to their hearts. Dorumon and Hackmon went wide-eyed. In a flash, the flood of memories returned. Hackmon witnessing years of work under Homeostasis, working undercover with the humans during the Meicoomon crisis, battling with his brother again and again as Jesmon, and of course the truce that ultimately lead to the primal digimon invasion. Giving Dorumon the sphere to safely teleport away, and at last his sacrifice to save them all. Dorumon recalled the years of servitude, defeating the younger digi-destined and fighting against Omnimon and Jesmon. He recalled the cold nights in the server tree, alone dreaming of times before when he and his brother were together, how he hated Hackmon for abandoning him. But then the memories of Jesmon’s sacrifice came back, along with ones of Tai and how he offered him his trust. The battle in the coliseum and of how he sacrificed himself to save Tai from Dark Gennai. It was overwhelming for both of them as they collapsed to the ground, groaning in pain.
“Are you ok? Hackmon, Dorumon!” Gennai urged, placing his hands on their backs. “It’s ok, try to focus on my voice, you’re alright. You’re safe.”
“Is this, real?” Dorumon breathed.
“My last attack on Megaseadramon.” Hackmon moaned, trying to find his feet. “Did it work?”
“Look around you guys. The digital world goes on, in no small part because of you.” Gennai assured them.
“My sword!” Dorumon called out, finding his feet before staggering back onto his brother. “I, gave it to. Agumon.”
“Ouryumon will find you again, I’m certain.” Gennai continued to reassure the two.
“Ugh, that did not feel good.” Hackmon groaned finally getting up. “Dorumon, are you alright?”
“I think so.” He acknowledged. “I mean. Well.”
“Brother.” Hackmon tipped his head. “We swore an oath, not a few moments ago.”
“I know.” Dorumon sniffled. “After everything that’s happened. Are we really gonna keep it this time?”
“You have my word.” Hackmon lunged for him and held him tight. “I’m so sorry, brother. But do you see now? You were never lost to the darkness. We returned together, just as promised.”
“Hackmon.” He cried, holding him tight.
“We fight together this time, or not at all. I’ll accept no compromises.”
“We better.” He carried on, holding his brother tight. “If you blow yourself up again, I’m kicking your tail. Got it!?” Hackmon gave a soft little chuckle and pat his brother’s back.
“I got it. Perhaps you should do your best to avoid swords in the future as well.” He replied, ruffling his brother’s head.
“Right, too funny.” Dorumon chuckled, nudging his brother.
“It’s good to see you back.” Gennai greeted. “Hackmon, Dorumon. Why don’t you boys take a few days to adjust to your memories and powers? There’s a few things I can research in the mean-time so that we have a more comprehensive understanding of what’s going on. But I’ll come running if you need me for anything.”
“That does seem like a wise idea.” Hackmon agreed.
“Tai!” Dorumon exclaimed, quickly turning to his brother. “Tai, I gotta find Tai!” Dorumon teleported back to the same spot in the forest he was before. Frantically searching he couldn’t spot him and decided to call out. “Tai! Where are you!?” Hackmon teleported beside him, along with Gennai.
“He may have returned to the human world.” Hackmon answered.
“Gennai, please. Can I see him again?” Dorumon pleaded.
“Of course, just uh, remember to knock. Don’t just pop into his home, ok?” Gennai advised.

“Tai, for pity’s sake, you didn’t have to go you know, this late at night, especially alone!” Meiko mildly lectured, cradling a baby in her arms.
“I couldn’t help it. A chance to see and old friend again, after all he’s been through.” Tai nervously chuckled rubbing the back of his head.
“I know. Well, I can’t say I’m surprised. You may have grown up in a few departments but, you’re still you.” She sighed, leaning up to kiss his cheek. “Even if you’re the big softy leader now.”
“How were they, Tai?” Meicoomon asked.
“They were ok. They didn’t take the memories but, it was nice to see them working together. Looks like they’re pretty happy.” He explained.
“That’s good to know then. At least they’re doing ok and staying out of trouble.”
“I don’t know about that last part.” Agumon chuckled.
“I gotta put Kai to bed.” Meiko smiled, kissing the little baby boy in her arms. “We should do some groceries after work tomorrow, can you make up a list of what we need?”
“Right, extra’s for the camping trip this weekend. I think the list I made last time would work, I’ll give it a look over and make some changes if we need them.” Tai agreed.
“Great plan, we need extras in case Agumon’s appetite gets the better of him again.” She giggled.  
“I think you mean when.” Both Tai and Agumon said together, before bursting out laughing. “I’ll get a movie on babe, what do you feel like watching?”
“Nothing heavy, I heard there’s a great comedy special out, didn’t you wanna watch that?” She answered from the other room.
“Oh right! I think I got it saved under reminders. Lemme check it out.” Tai chuckled grabbing the remote, as he was about to sit down a knock came at his door.
“Huh? I’m not expecting anyone.” Tai thought aloud as Meicoomon jumped onto his head. Checking his phone he didn’t have any recent texts from anyone saying they were coming over. Just a picture from T.K of his new home office setup. “Agumon, did you order a pizza without asking me again?” He turned to him flat eyed.
“No, not this time I promise!”
“Right, not pizza this time, I get it.” He chuckled. Getting up he strolled over to the door, half expecting a delivery driver. Opening it up though, no one was standing at his eye level, but looking down he saw Dorumon looking up to him. “Dorumon!”
“Hey Dorumon, how are you!?” Meicoomon waved from the top of Tai’s head.
“H-hi, may I come in?” He asked quietly.
“Sure, come on in.” Tai smiled, ushering him inside. “Hey babe, it’s Dorumon!”
“Oh!? Give me a second here, I’m almost finished changing Kai.” She asked. Leaping off the couch Agumon rushed over with a big smile on his face. Giggling he took Dorumon’s paws and shook them.
“Great to have ya over.”
“Welcome to Casa de Kamiya.” Tai welcomed while Dorumon looked around. The apartment was decently large, a fair sized kitchen that nestled in beside the surprisingly wide living room. A dinner table with four chairs was set up just outside the kitchen, while the living room hosted a corner couch and large T.V, along with a patio door that fed out to the fair sized balcony. Behind the couches were two bedrooms, along with a hallway near the door that fed down to the washroom and closet. On the coffee table were two laptops, one clearly covered in a few scuffs and marks, and the other kept neat and clean.  
“It’s a lot bigger than your old place, that’s for sure.”
“Yeah, no kidding. The Land-lady there was super sweet but, not hard to upgrade from that-“ Tai cut himself off, realizing what he meant. “Dorumon, you. You remember?” Dorumon started to sniffle and wipe at his face, Tai kneeled down as Dorumon turned around. “Hey, you ok?”
“Tai!” He cried lunging into his arms. Agumon was quick to catch on as well, and gave him a good squeeze from behind. “Agumon.”
“See. I promised we’d see each other again someday. I’m glad you’re back, Dorumon.” Agumon whimpered.
“Oh wow.” Meiko smiled, stepping out of the baby’s room. Meicoomon jumped onto her shoulder and nuzzled up against Meiko’s cheek.
“It’s a sweet moment, isn’t it?”
“So.” Tai smiled, wiping his cheek as he pulled Dorumon back a little. “How do you feel? You remember everything?” He asked while gently patting Dorumon’s head.
“Yeah, everything. All the old memories in with the new ones.”
“I see. Bet that was a lot to take in all at once huh? How are ya handling it?”
“I’m just curious about something, why didn’t you come find me and Hackmon on File Island after we were born?” He asked.
“Oh, well. We did but.” Tai looked to Agumon for a moment. “You weren’t really you.”
“Ah, because of the memories.” Dorumon hung his head.
“Gatomon and Elecmon said that they had already spoken with Gennai, and that he asked them to raise you up till you were rookies. You probably didn’t even notice us there, but we visited a couple times just to check in. You were babies the first time, and in training the second. Elecmon said you were troublemakers but were healthy and well.” Tai smiled.
“Yeah, we were back to our old habits, that’s for sure.” Dorumon smiled. Hackmon suddenly teleported into the room, landing beside the coffee table. “Hackmon, he told us to knock.” Dorumon scolded.
“Ugh! Right, apologies.”
“So you’ve got your memories back too, I take it?” Meiko asked from the doorframe.
“Yes, it’s wonderful to see you again Meiko. I’m glad this time it’s under peaceful circumstances.”
“Still want that whiskey sour?” Tai offered with a little grin.
“Uh, no thanks.” He bashfully refused. “However.” Rushing over he took a chance to get in a quick hug from Tai. “I’m grateful for everything you’ve done for us, and for the digital world. I’m glad you were able to do what I could not.”
“We’ve saved the digital world lots of times Hackmon.” Agumon giggled. “Trust me, it’s no problem. We’re happy to do it.”
“Not just the digital world.” Hackmon smiled at him before turning to Dorumon. “You reached my brother in his darkest time, and brought out the good in his heart I thought was long lost. I’m eternally grateful to have him back.”
“Don’t go losing him this time.” Tai playfully scolded. Suddenly a rather subtle cry came from the room behind Meiko.
“Oh come on, Kai, I already changed you, it’s bed time.” Meiko pleaded.
“Kai?” Dorumon asked. Agumon giggled and lead the way into the bedroom.
“Come on, come see him!” Tai brought the two inside the nursery. On the desk, resting on a large white pillow was a red and white digi-egg and red digivice, right next to an acoustic guitar. Dorumon and Hackmon leapt onto the rail and peeked over to see the little baby fussing in bed. “That’s my son, Kai Kamiya. He’s gonna be a digi-destined just like his papa.”
“And momma!” Meicoomon said pouncing on his head.
“Right!” Tai chuckled.
“Wow. I’ve never seen a human baby up close.” Dorumon breathed.
“I’ve seen them, but you’re right. Not this close for me either.” Hackmon stated.
“I don’t know what digimon will hatch from that egg.” Tai pointed out, as the two dismounted the crib. “But you know, I’ll bet it’ll need their uncles Hackmon and Dorumon to guide it.”
“Ah. Right. Don’t worry Tai, we will guide the child and digimon as best we can.” Hackmon stated.
“You better!” Meicoomon giggled. “After all, that digibaby is ours!”
“That’s right, Meicoomon and I are proud parents ourselves.” Agumon smiled crossing his arms.
“Tell me Tai, have the other digi-destined reproduced?” Hackmon asked.
“Well, a lot of us have just started having families of our own, yeah. Matt and Sora had their daughter Luna a few days after Kai was born. Most of us with kids have em around the same age.” Tai went on to explain.
“Has much changed in the digital world?” Hackmon questioned.
“We only know about stuff that went on, on File Island.” Dorumon joined in.
“Nothing crazy, no.” Meiko answered. “Cody in his free time has been spear-heading reconstruction after the primal digimon attacks. Mimi and Izzy rallied up a small army to help replant the forest that was destroyed and Joe, he’s breaking ground on the Server Continent on the digi-worlds first hospital.”
“Many things have changed then after all.” Dorumon thought aloud.
“Mostly for the better. Like the fact our partnerships are permanent now, and as a team we’ve been working together as often as possible.” Tai stated.
“You see.” Meiko spoke up. “Ever since the others got their partners back, we make it a habit that every second and last friday or weekend of the month we all get together. It’s helped us through some rough times and brought in some great ones too. Why this weekend is our camping trip to the digital world. You two should totally come!” She praised, clasping her hands together.
“Oh yeah! That’d be really great!” Meicoomon giggled.
“Yeah, what do you say? We’re gonna head to File Island and there’s this little island in the middle of a lake where we camped the first night. Davis and Ken are gonna go in and help setup a little tent village for us on Friday morning.” Tai eagerly suggested.
“I’m interested! I think that’d be fun!” Dorumon agreed.
“Gennai did offer us a chance to relax and acclimate to our memories. What better place than with those we put our faith in before?” Hackmon agreed.
“Awesome! I’ll make sure to pack some extra burgers for you.” Tai chuckled.
“Got any ramen?” Hackmon smiled.
“Oh yeah! A ton more of that stuff please! Hahah!” Dorumon laughed along.
“That’s Davis’s specialty. His noodle carts are absolutely blowing up in popularity lately.” Tai chuckled, taking out his phone. “I’ll shoot him a text, see if he can bring some.”

Tai and Meiko lead the way out of the gateway and following right behind them was Meicoomon, Agumon, Hackmon and Dorumon. Meiko adjusted the little baby in her arms while Tai was hefting a decent amount of the supplies in a backpack and duffle bag.
“Hey guys!” Tai greeted. Almost everyone had arrived and had the tents setup in a circular pattern around the small island.
“Mei-Mei!!” Mimi rushed over, the little baby boy in her own arms and kissed Meiko’s cheek. “Hey, did you hear we might get heated parking downstairs soon?”
“I did! I can’t wait. Though it doesn’t get all that cold in winter, it’ll still be so nice.” Meiko giggled.
“Wait, is that!?” Izzy gasped as he and Tentomon approached.
“Dorumon and Hackmon! Welcome back!” Tentomon shouted. Many of the digi-destined took special attention to the announcement and rushed over.
“Hey you two! Wow, you guys look great!” Palmon rushed in for a quick hug on Dorumon first. Gabumon took hold of Hackmon’s paws and shook them with a big smile.
“Great to see you again! How have you been!?”
“Told ya I had a surprise for ya guys!” Tai chuckled. “Hey Davis! Where’d you set us up?”
“Hey Tai! Blue tent, second on the right!” He answered rushing over with Veemon beside him. “What’s up you guys! How ya been?” He asked Hackmon and Dorumon.
“We’ve been alright. We only recently got our memories back.” Hackmon explained.
“Yeah, we recognize all of you but, some of the details are hazy.” Dorumon nervously brushed the back of his head.
“Well don’t worry.” Sora smiled, handing her baby off to Matt. “You guys are more than welcome here tonight. I’m sure there’s more than enough room for you in Tai and Meiko’s tent.”
“Thanks!” Dorumon smiled.
“Agreed, thank you for your hospitality.” Hackmon bowed.
“More than welcome!” Izzy joined in. “In fact Hackmon if you’re free, I’d love to have a few of your thoughts on some of the new server coding I’ve been working on. Why don’t you join me in our tent and we can share a cup of tea and catch up!”
“I’d be delighted.” Hackmon happily complied, joining Izzy’s side. “Oh, Dorumon, would you like to join me?”
“I’m good brother, I’ll stick with Tai and Agumon. You’re not going far, right?” He asked.
“Never out of earshot.” Hackmon smiled. “Just shout if you need me.”
“Hey Meiko, Matt, Mimi!” Joe called out. “Me and Melody just finished setting up the nursery tent if you wanna bring the little ones somewhere to relax!”
“Oh that’d be lovely Joe, thank you!” Meiko happily complied. “Mimi, Sora why don’t we put the kids down for a bit and have a glass of wine?”
“Sure! Sounds great!” Sora agreed.
“Hey, where’s T.K and Kari. And Ken and Yolei for that matter?” Tai thought aloud.
“They’re on the way.” Matt answered. “I stopped over at T.K and Kari’s before I left. Kari had some homework to catch up on and T.K had the kids. Ken said he’ll be here once he finished documenting some of his most recent notes on a big case he’s working on.”
“And what about Willis?” Tai asked, strolling off toward the campsite to drop off the bags.
“He might not make it tonight, but he said he’d be here for sure tomorrow. He’s bringing Sam to his parent’s place; he’s been fighting off a cold and doesn’t wanna bring him.” Matt continued to explain as they approached the nursery tent.
“Oh ok, sounds fair.”
“You guys all have families now, huh?” Dorumon spoke up.
“Yeah, it’s been crazy the last few years but. Wouldn’t change a thing.” Matt agreed.
“You have family too you know?” Agumon reminded him.
“Yeah, things aren’t like they were way before with me and Hackmon. We’re back to being brothers again.”
“That’s right!” Meicoomon giggled, bouncing up beside him. “Besides Dorumon, while you may not exactly be family to us yet, you’re on the right track. Just stay true to that warm heart of yours, and if you ever get scared or lost. Just come find us and we’ll help you find the way again.”
“Aw, thanks Meicoomon.” Dorumon blushed. Stepping inside the tent, Meiko and Matt saw a few open make-shift cribs available and set their kids down inside. Dorumon took a moment to look around, seeing Izzy and Mimi’s son along with Joe and Melody’s taking up the left side. “Wow, you guys really have been busy.”
“Heh, that’s one way of looking at it.” Matt chuckled. Joe stepped inside along with Gomamon and a Labramon.
“Huh?” Dorumon turned around, seeing a new digimon among them. “Maybe it’s just my memory, but we haven’t met, have we?” He asked, turning to Labramon.
“Haha, relax Dorumon.” Gomamon insisted. “After all, this is my babe.”
“Hey, yeah I’m Labramon. Joe and Gomamon told me all about you.” She greeted, extending her rather large paw.
“Joe’s wife was a recalled digi-destined. She and Labramon once lived in Ontario in Canada.” Tai explained.
“Right.” Joe stepped in. “After they parted though, Melody found out she had dual citizenship for Japan, and came out here.” He chuckled as he explained. “But then, you know, what happened after our trials happened and Melody was apparently spamming me with texts during the whole fight with King Drasil. She was so excited to have Labramon back.”
“Gotta say, I’m glad to be outta that weird white world.” She giggled, rubbing her neck. “Meeting Gomamon was just a wonderful surprise. He’s a great mate, super sweet to boot.”
“Too much info.” Dorumon nervously chuckled, waving off the topic. “But it’s still nice to meet you.”
“Hey handsome!” Melody greeted, stepping inside the tent and giving Joe a quick hug from behind. She had shoulder length, brown hair and bright blue eyes, wearing a white crop top and denim jeans. “So this is where ya ran off to Labramon, you making friends? Tai, Meiko, Matt great to see you! Who’s this purple guy?” She smiled to him.
“Dorumon, my brother Hackmon is here too with Izzy.” He bowed.  
“Oh? The metal dragon lookin pupper I spotted a second ago? Yeah, he and Izzy seem to be hittin it off. You good with computers too?” She asked, smiling and tipping her head.
“I know enough, but nothing on Hackmon. But let’s just say he got the brains, while I got the brawn.” He chuckled.
“Aren’t you a modest thing!? Haha!” Melody giggled scratching his cheek. “Hey Tai, I was gonna say. Kari and T.K just showed up with the little ones. Figured you wanna say hi to the little sis.”  
“Awesome! Thanks Melody!” Tai approved with a thumbs up.
“Can’t wait for those burgers again, Tai. Hope ya hit the grill soon, I’m starved.” She replied.
“Don’t you worry, I brought plenty. I even got a few in the fridge at home just in case we run short.”
“Let’s go check in on T.K and Kari.” Matt suggested.
“Right.”

Dorumon and Hackmon were fast asleep inside Tai and Meiko’s tent. Cuddled up together, the evening seemed calm and peaceful, but Dorumon was fidgeting and fussing from a nightmare. Fighting with Megaseadramon again, this time alone, and sustaining heavy damage. As the giant serpent came to swallow him whole, he snapped awake, gasping for air for a moment before noticing Hackmon sound asleep at his side. Sighing, he slipped from his brother’s cloak and found his way outside. Sneaking behind the tent, he dipped his head in the water and took a good long drink, wiping his mouth before turning around to see the fire at the center of camp was still roaring on. Curious, he headed toward it, spotting Matt and Gabumon poking away at the fire.
“Oh, hi Matt.” Dorumon greeted.
“Sup, can’t sleep?” He asked quietly.
“Bad dreams.” Dorumon confessed taking a spot beside Gabumon.
“I hate it when I get nightmares.” Gabumon was quick to speak up. “So glad I don’t get them too often.”
“All these memories that have come back. It almost doesn’t feel real. But.”
“You know that it is, even if it doesn’t feel that way.” Matt finished for him.
“Right.”
“Ya know, me and Gabumon have some old memories of this place.” Matt began to say, gazing out toward the water. “I remember when we were sleeping in the train car here, and Seadramon attacked us. Gabumon digivolved into Garurumon for the first time, and we beat him back. But you know.” Matt said solemnly, hanging his head. “That was the first time I ever got really scared out here. When he knocked T.K into the water, I knew this place was playing for keeps. That's when I learned something big about myself. Maybe it's the same thing you need to find again.”
“Huh?”
“That strength inside. I had to dig deep to help Gabumon digivolve, and from then on, I knew I’d only get stronger. And the stronger I got, the better I could keep the people I love safe.” Matt smiled, rubbing Gabumon’s head. “Together, we’re unstoppable.”
“Kind of like you and your brother now, Dorumon.” Gabumon spoke up.
“Yeah, I’m glad to have him back.” Dorumon smiled.
“You two were brought back for a good reason, you just need to have faith that whatever comes that the two of you will see it through to the end.” Gabumon carried on. “I wasn’t always sure we’d make it. Etemon, Myotismon, The Dark Masters, every time we faced something we didn’t know, it got harder to win. But what got me through it, was keeping faith in us all, especially Matt. In my best friend.” Gabumon smiled. “My family.” He said, lunging in for a hug on Matt.
“Ya big softy.” Matt chuckled, rubbing Gabumon’s back. “I love you, Gabumon.”
“I love you too, Matt.”
“Dorumon?” Hackmon spoke up exiting Tai’s tent. “Are you alright, brother?”
“I’m ok, just a bad dream.” Dorumon shrugged off.
“Megaseadramon, the Primal Digimon invasion.” Hackmon stated, strolling over to him.
“Yeah, you too?”
“Yes. It’s a disturbing memory.”
“Blowing yourself up is probably scary.” Dorumon snickered.
“No, that was not what I was afraid of.” Hackmon refuted, settling in next to his brother. “I saw you wounded on the shore, and Megaseadramon charging his attack once more. In desperation, I used what strength I had to steer it away, but feared that I had grown too weak to do so. But luck was on my side in that moment, and you were spared. After that, I couldn’t care less about what happened to me.”
“I cared.”
“I know.” Hackmon smiled, draping his cloak over his brother. “But I’m glad you were able to connect with the digi-destined and find your way back to the way you were.”
“Hackmon, Dorumon.” Matt spoke up. “What are you guys gonna do now?”
“Gennai has enlisted our aid in uncovering a potential new threat to the digital world.” Hackmon explained.
“Great, always feels like there’s one of those around the corner.” Matt chuckled, rubbing his head. “I hope we can help, but. My family has to be my top priority.”
“Do not worry, our goal now is to turn to you as a last resort. At least until you’re in a position to be more direct help.” Hackmon stated.
“Gabumon, do you and Biyomon have a digi-egg together too?” Dorumon asked.
“Yes, we did. It hasn’t hatched yet, but Biyomon and I have been watching it for a while. We’re eager to see what digimon will hatch.”
“So are Agumon and Meicoomon.” Dorumon nodded. “I hope you know we’ll do everything we can to keep it safe once your child becomes a digi-destined.”
“Course, don’t be a stranger either hey? I don’t live far from Tai and Meiko, we all live pretty close actually.” Matt smiled.
“Also, Gabumon.” Dorumon folded his arms with a smile.
“Hmm?” He turned to him.
“You and Agumon still owe me a rematch as Omnimon. You’re not off the hook, that shadow we fought was a chump.” Dorumon devilishly chuckled.
“That right? Hahaha! Maybe if we can find somewhere safe to do it, we will.” Gabumon carried on laughing while Hackmon covered his face with his claws.
“Please don’t go challenging Omnimon, I don’t feel like having to scrap you off another cliff.” Hackmon sighed.
“Hey, you callin me a wuss? I can hold my own.” He proudly touted.
“Against a Numamon, perhaps.” Hackmon smirked. Dorumon scooped up his brother and playfully rolled him onto the ground.
“Wanna test that theory, Hurlmon?” He laughed as the two continued to wrestle on the ground.
“How long before you let that go?” He countered, laughing along with his brother.
“Look at that, they fight just like you and Tai, hahahah!” Gabumon laughed.
“Funny, you write your own jokes, or ya bummin off Gomamon?” Matt smirked, rubbing Gabumon’s head.
“Jeez, I leave ya alone for five minutes.” Tai quipped stepping out of the tent. Hackmon and Dorumon halted their play fighting as Tai approached with a yawning Agumon tailing right behind him. “You good you guys?”
“We just had a little trouble sleeping is all.” Dorumon explained.
“You’re not up on watch next are you?” Matt asked turning to Tai.
“No, I thought we were morning.” Tai answered.
“Yep, us next.” Davis yawned, dressed up in his old flame jacket and goggles. “Don’t worry, you guys can sleep sound with Veemon and I on the job.”
“That’s right!” Veemon touted. Agumon stretched out his arms and said.
“Oh good, I was having such a nice dream about-“
“Burgers?” Gabumon cut in.
“Pizza?” Veemon guessed. However, unbeknownst to Agumon Meicoomon had started creeping up with her eyes almost completely closed.
“I’m going with Burger flavored pizza.” Dorumon joined in.
“I’m not familiar enough with human cuisine to guess.” Hackmon confessed.
“Nope, you guys got it all wrong.” Agumon giggled. “It was actually- Wha!”He cut himself off as Meicoomon began dragging him back toward the tent.
“Sleep, now.” She said in a rather monotone voice. “I want my warm hubby back.” Tai let a good laugh out along with Matt, Davis, Veemon, Dorumon and Gabumon.
“Well, we should all be getting back to bed then.” Matt smiled, ruffling Gabumon’s head.
“So, what are we doing tomorrow?” Dorumon asked, looking up to Tai.
“That’s a good question.” Tai winked. “Joe and I are gonna lead a little expedition up Infinity mountain if you’re feeling up for a challenging hike. T.K and Kari are gonna take the little ones for a visit to primary village and check in on Elecmon and Gatomon. Normally we’d check on you too of course, but we don’t have to worry about that part anymore. Izzy’s gonna check out the ruins with Willis and do a little more studying on the past digital world. Apparently they’re working on stuff about the old royal knights, and well Sora, Melody, Cody and Ken are gonna hold down the fort here with the rest.”
“Decisions, decisions.” Dorumon smiled to his brother.
“Why do I get the feeling you want to go head first back into those ruins again?” Hackmon said, cracking a smile of his own.
“Well, to be fair. We kinda already did that didn’t we? Why don’t we go up infinity mountain tomorrow then?” Dorumon offered.
“Oh? A change of heart?”
“Why should I get all the fun?” Dorumon shrugged. “Besides, what will you do without me if we get attacked or something, huh?”
“Perform competently for once.” He quipped right back. Dorumon smirked and clasped his brother in a headlock.
“Ya sure about that?”
“Don’t worry brother.” Hackmon chuckled, playfully breaking free from the headlock. “I prefer to stay by you, just as promised.”
“That’s more like it.” Dorumon nuzzled his brother’s cheek as they took to following Tai.
“We can stop off at primary village after the hike. Say hi to everyone before walking T.K and Kari back.” Tai suggested, walking the two back to his tent.  
“Oh that’d be nice!” Dorumon agreed.
“I’ve always wanted to offer a proper thank you to matron Gatomon and patron Elecmon. They were very kind in raising us.” Hackmon smiled.
“When we weren’t stealing their fish that is.” Dorumon snickered.
Tai ducked inside to see Agumon spooned in with Meicoomon and Meiko opening one eye with a quick smile. Kai was nestled in a little elevated cradle beside her just shy of the edge of the tent.  
“Sorry babe, they were having bad dreams.” Tai explained.
“I could hear. It’s ok. It was nice to listen to you guys laughing along outside. Makes me feel so safe out here with you.” Meiko cooed as Tai got back into the sleeping bag with her. Hackmon threw his cloak back over his brother as Dorumon swished his tail up along Hackmon’s back.
“Night brother, night everyone.” Dorumon yawned.
“Good night.” They all echoed before nestling into bed.

Back at Tai’s home, the nursery was calm and quiet. Moonlight poured in through the window, basking over a good half or more of the digi-egg. Suddenly, a subtle shudder came from the egg, as it began to wobble just a little upon the pillow it was resting on. Another again, and yet another, until finally a small crack shot across the mid section. Just as it did, inside Tai and Meiko’s tent, Kai’s eyes bloomed wide open.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Digimon Adventure: Awaken - Evolution - Final Chapter
Last in pool
Three years after the events of the story, we see what's been going on in the digital world since. :P enjoy!

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male 909,158, female 792,134, human 78,734, feral 58,492, digimon 19,969, gatomon 2,369, veemon 2,004, gabumon 859, agumon 576, gomamon 570, dorumon 503, palmon 301, biyomon 224, elecmon 91, tentomon 60, meicoomon 50, hackmon 33, gennai 9, labramon 5
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alestor1mil
2 weeks, 3 days ago
Dammit. Now you have me wanting the story to continue. I’d love to see a chapter of at least the first battles of the babies
Silverwolf626
2 weeks, 3 days ago
Lol always leave em wanting more. =P

Maybe the bug will hit me to do another big story down the line :P
LPatamon
2 weeks, 3 days ago
Question. Who is talking Gatomon to on this part?

Gatomon smiled. “I’ll grab a little more wood, you got the babies?” She asked.
“Course love, meet you in a little bit.” He smiled, stealing a kiss from Gatomon.

If I'm right that's Kari's Gatomon and as far I remember, she and Patamon were a couple on your fic, but Patamon didn't appear on this chapter at all and Elecmon is now Gatomon's mate, what in the world happened? o.o
LPatamon
2 weeks, 3 days ago
(Since I can't edit nor delete my other comment I'll do a new one)

Wait. I remembered something. That Gatomon that is Elecmon's mate wasn't previously a BlackGatomon?

Reading the previous episodes I saw there was a BlackGatomon that came from the Quantum World and she used to be in charge of a Primary Village there, but how come she is now a Gatomon? o.o
LPatamon
2 weeks, 3 days ago
(I hate that 10 minutes limit to edit a comment x_x)

By the way. It is just me or this chapter ended kinda abruptly? Is just that I didn't feel it like a chapter ending, not even a to be continued or a the end o.o

Also Kari's Gatomon and TK's Patamon weren't mentioned at all. almost all the other digimon were mentioned, but the ones that didn't appear on this chapter were Gatomon (Kari's), Patamon (TK's of course who else? XD), Armadillomon, Hawkmon and Wormmon o.o
Silverwolf626
2 weeks, 3 days ago
Epilogues don't necessarily have to create a well rounded ending, the story did that on it's own. This is basically a quick glimpse into what's happening 3 years after the story.

Yep, Patamon, Gatomon, Hawkmon, Wormmon, Armadillomon, Terriermon and Lopmon didn't make an appearance. Sorry, :P
Part of the reason was I felt the epilogue would become far more bloated, going into detail on everyone. I had to make a few cuts, so sadly those were the ones. Also you had it right, Blackgatomon was the primal digimon from the story. Blackgatomon are the result of them being corrupted either as Salamon or Gatomon, which she hinted at back in chapter 6 of Primal where she talked about how the humans destroyed her primary village.

“Why? Because it used to be my job, that is before the humans destroyed my village and most of our digi-eggs.” She answered. “Seeing that kind of thing can twist any kitten’s heart, even mine you know?”
 
Seeing the destruction of her village and losing her mate caused her to go dark. Part of the reason she delighted in tormenting Imperialdramon and Rapidmon in the fight, she had a deep distrust of humans. But much like her counterpart, Meicoomon she can slide back to Gatomon if her heart were to heal. Given 3 years raising babies and working with a new Elecmon, she has had some time to move on and grow.
LPatamon
2 weeks, 2 days ago
" Silverwolf626 wrote:
Also you had it right, Blackgatomon was the primal digimon from the story. Blackgatomon are the result of them being corrupted either as Salamon or Gatomon, which she hinted at back in chapter 6 of Primal where she talked about how the humans destroyed her primary village.

“Why? Because it used to be my job, that is before the humans destroyed my village and most of our digi-eggs.” She answered. “Seeing that kind of thing can twist any kitten’s heart, even mine you know?”
 
Seeing the destruction of her village and losing her mate caused her to go dark. Part of the reason she delighted in tormenting Imperialdramon and Rapidmon in the fight, she had a deep distrust of humans. But much like her counterpart, Meicoomon she can slide back to Gatomon if her heart were to heal. Given 3 years raising babies and working with a new Elecmon, she has had some time to move on and grow.


Ah okay. Is just that since you didn't add on the epilogue that BlackGatomon on those three years slided back to Gatomon after finally find peace on her soul, I kinda got confused when I did read the epilogue lol

About the epilogue ending abruptly, I said that because of how it ended with Tai's son opening his eyes wide.

I felt like if you have written more but didn't got pasted on the submit form when you uploaded it here n.nU
Neos8
1 week, 4 days ago
where did that elecmon screencap come from?
Silverwolf626
1 week, 4 days ago
Digimon Adventure: Tri.
Neos8
1 week, 4 days ago
ahh thank you
RassyEyefur
1 week, 2 days ago
On the face of it you would think getting your memories back would be a bit of a no brainer. However I can see how it could be quite a hard decision to make; given the fact they were told, that they had been on opposite sides of the playing field in their old lives.  

I am glad they went ahead with it though, as scary as it was at least now they know their past. Thus hopefully they  can avoid making any of the same mistakes again, staying together this time around would be a great way to start with that.  I have to wonder though when Homeostasis and King Drasil. are rebooted or whatever the call it, will they get their memories back too? I would think that might be a bad thing and they will just go back to where they left off again and start fighting once more.

It was nice to see the Digi-destined moving forward with their lives and raising the next generation to carry the torch into the future.

This was a good addition to the story, although I got the impression there might be more to come given the way this ended. :)
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