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Digimon World 3 - Platform: Playstation 2

Digivolving FAQ
For Sony Playstation
Version 1.2 (6/25/02)
By: Zero Saber 
E-Mail: Zero_Saber_Ultima@hotmail.com

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DISCLAIMER
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Copyright 2002 by Zero Saber. This FAQ is not associated with or endorsed 
by Bandai, You may freely distribute this FAQ for noncommercial purposes if 
it is not altered in any way and I am credited, blah, blah, blah, you get 
the idea.

This FAQ can be found at:

-http://www.gamefaqs.com
-http://www.neoseeker.com

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HISTORY
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6/17/02 v. 1.0- Started FAQ

6/20/02 v. 1.1- IMPORTANT: Added a Note to the start of the "Evolution chart" 
section, please read. 

Added more Techniques to the list, also added Element's I had left out and 
Added more descriptions to Techniques. Added another note to the Finisher 
Section in the Technique list. 

Began to add Digivolution chart descriptions to the Digimon list, also added 
Digimon to the list that I had forgotten.

Corrected error in Guilmon's Digivolution chart. 

Removed Imperialdramon FM + Omnimon DNA Digivolution from list, Added 
Imperialdramon + Seraphimon in it's place, added Pheonixmon to DNA Digivolve 
List and AncientGreymon. 

Fixed numerous grammar and Spelling errors, added a few more question's to 
the "Frequently asked questions" section and added more to Credits.

6/25/02 v. 1.2- IMPORTANT: There is a level range for Veemon. Judging from 
the E-mails I've gotten the one Digimon you take to his DRI Agent must be 
under level 30.

Added "ENEMY DIGIMON LIST". Fixed a mistake in "contents" section, added 
new Techniques to the list. This FAQ can now be found at Neo Seeker.


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CONTENTS
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1.0 Reason for this FAQ
2.0 Digimon List
3.0 Enemy Digimon List
4.0 Experience, Skill Levels, Stats and Tolerances
4.1 Experience Level
4.2 Skill Level
4.3 Stats
4.4 Tolerances
5.0 Different ways of Digivolving
5.1 Level Digivolving
5.2 Blast Digivolving
5.3 DNA Digivolving
6.0 Digimon Lab
7.0 Technique List
7.1 Melee
7.2 Magic
7.3 Lightning
7.4 Water
7.5 Ice
7.6 Wind
7.7 Fire
7.8 Machine
7.9 Dark
7.10 Support
7.11 Healing
7.12 Finishers
8.0 Partner Locations
8.1 Agumon
8.2 Guilmon
8.3 Kotemon
8.4 Kumamon
8.5 Monmon
8.6 Patamon
8.7 Renamon
8.8 Veemon
9.0 Digivolution Charts
9.1 Agumon
9.2 Guilmon
9.3 Kotemon
9.4 Kumamon
9.5 Monmon
9.6 Patamon
9.7 Renamon
9.8 Veemon
10.0 DNA Digivolution List
11.0 Frequently Asked Questions
12.0 Credits

============================
1.0 Reason for this FAQ
============================

Ok first off I just want to let everyone know that this is my first ever FAQ 
attempt.

Ok now that's out of the way. The main reason for this FAQ is to help out 
the people who are having trouble grasping the Digivolving aspect of the game, 
as well as list all the Playable Digimon in the game and how they are obtained.

============================
2.0 Digimon List
============================

This lists ALL the Playable Digimon you get in the game; there are 55 in all. 
If the Digimon you want is not here then you don't get him.

Rookies: (Partners)
---------

Agumon
Guilmon
Kotemon
Kumamon
Monmon
Patamon
Renamon
Veemon

Champions:
-----------

Angemon: High Defense and Good at Healing.
Devimon
Dinohumon: Can heal and has many Sword Moves.
Exveemon: Good all-round. Can DNA Digivolve.
Greymon: Sharp Claws, Strong Fire Breath.
Grizzmon: Has Thunder and Wind Punches.
Growlmon: Good at support Techniques.
Hookmon: Good at hitting Enemy Weak Points.
Kabuterimon
Kyubimon: Powerful Ice and Thunder Attacks.
Stingmon: Fast with Poisonous Techniques.

Ultimates:
-----------

Angewomon: Kind Digimon with Status Healing.
Armormon
Digitamamon: Strange Digitama looking Digimon.
GrapLeomon
Kyukimon: Slash and Dice Enemies. (I think they mean "Slice".)
MagnaAngemon: Can Heal and Ward off Evil.
MetalGreymon: Half Machine Dinosaur Digimon.
MetalMamemon: Learn Machine Techniques.
Myotismon
Paildramon: DNA Digivolve Digimon.
SkullGreymon: A powerful Digimon gone mad.
Taomon: Magic Pro and Strong vs. the Dark.
WarGrowlmon: Can Learn Support Techniques.

Megas:
-------

Beelzemon
BlackWargreymon
Cannondramon
Diaboromon
Gallantmon
GranKuwagamon
GuardiAngemon
Imperialdramon
Imperialdramon Fighter Mode
Imperialdramon Paladin Mode
MaloMyotismon
Marsmon
MegaGargomon
MetalGarurumon
Omnimon
Phoenixmon
Rosemon
Sakuyamon
Seraphimon
Wargreymon

Hybrids: 
---------

*Note: It looks like you can only get these three through DNA Digivolving 
but I'm not sure.

Agnimon
AncientGreymon (Vritramon)
BladeGarurumon (Grammon)

============================
3.0 Enemy Digimon list.
============================

The Digimon listed here are all the Digimon you meet as enemies. Except for 
the Digimon in here that are also listed in the above list (Example: Black 
Wargreymon is in both of the lists.) you cannot get these Digimon. 

*Note: It 'COULD' be possible with the Game Shark though, I don't know.

Rookies:
---------

Betamon
Crabmon
DemiDevimon
Gizamon
Goburimon (The normal green version and a Red version.)
Hagurumon
Kunemon
Tapirmon

Armor:
-------

Baronmon
Gargoylemon
Lynxmon
Maildramon (Normal Gold version and a Black version.)
Quetzalmon
Shadramon
Tylomon
Valkyrimon

Champion:
----------

*Note: Even though there is a Champion and Ultimate version of Minotarumon, 
I'm listing him as Champion here. Though I don't know for sure.

Airdramon (Normal Red version and a Gold version)
Apemon
Bakemon
Clockmon
Coelamon
Cyclonemon (Normal Yellow Version and a very cool looking Red Version.)
Deltamon
Devidramon
Dokugumon (Normal version and a re-colored version.)
Dolphmon
Drimogemon (Normal Blue version and a Brown version.)
Ebidramon (Normal Red version and a Pinkish version.)
Flarerizamon
Flymon (Normal Yellow version and a re-colored version.)
Frigimon
Fugamon
Gekomon
Gesomon
Guardromon (Grey version and a Blue version.)
Icemon
Kiwimon
Kokatorimon (Normal version and a re-colored version.)
Kurisarimon (Normal Blue version and a Red Version.)
Kuwagamon (Normal Red version and a Green version.)
Meramon
Minotarumon (Normal Brown version and a Re-colored version.)
Mojyamon
Musyamon (Normal Red version and a Green version.)
Nanimon
Numemon (In the following colors: Green, Purple, Yellow, Blue, Red and Light 
Blue.)
Octomon
Ogremon
Raremon (Normal Purple version and a Brown/Red version.)
RedVegimon
Roachmon
Rockmon (AKA: Golemon.)
Seadramon (Normal Blue version and a Red version.)
Shellmon
Snimon (Normal Green version and a Brown version.)
Sukamon
Tankmon (Normal Green version and a Black version.)
Thundermon
Tortomon (Normal Yellow version and a Grey/Pink version.)
Tuskmon
Tyrannomon
Vegiemon
Vilemon (Normal Gray version and a Purple version.)
Woodmon (Normal Brown version and a Green version.)
Yanmamon (Normal Yellow version and a Green version.)

Ultimate:
----------

*Note: Even though there is a Champion and Ultimate version of Whamon, I'm 
listing him as Ultimate here. Though I don't know for sure.

Andromon
Antylamon (Normal Pink version and a White version.)
Armormon
Arukenimon
BlackWarGrowlmon
Blossomon (Normal Purple/Red version and a Pink/Yellow version.)
BlueMeramon
Brachiomon
Cherrymon (Normal Green version and a Red version.)
Datamon
Divermon
Dragomon
Etemon
Garbagemon
Giromon
GrapLeomon
Infermon
Kimeramon
Knightmon
Kyukimon
LadyDevimon
MagnaAngemon
Mammothmon (Normal Brown version and a Re-Colored version.)
MarineDevimon 
MasterTyrannomon
Megadramon
MegaSeadramon (Normal Red version and a Re-Colored version.)
Mamemon
MetalGreymon
MetalTyrannomon
Monzaemon
Mummymon
Okuwamon
Phantomon (Normal Red version and a Blue version.)
Scorpiomon (Normal Brown version and a Black version.)
ShogunGekomon (Normal Red version and a Blue version.)
SkullMeramon
SkullSatamon
Taomon
Triceramon (Normal Green version and a Red version.)
Vademon (Normal Pink version and a Red version.)
WarGrowlmon
WaruMonzaemon
Whalemon (Normal Blue version and a Yellow version.)

Mega:
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Apokarimon (AKA: Apocalymon)
Armageddemon (AKA Armagemon)
BlackImperialdramon
BlackMegaGargomon
BlackSeraphimon
BlackWarGreymon
Boltmon
Creepymon (AKA: Demon, Daemon)
Gryphonmon
HiAndromon
HerculesKabuterimon
KingEtemon
Machinedramon
MetalEtemon
MetalSeadramon (Normal Yellow version and a Re-Color.)
Pharoahmon
Peidmon
Pukumon
Puppetmon
SkullMammothmon
VenomMyotismon
Vikemon
Zanbamon

New Digimon:
-------------

*Note: These are new Digimon who's levels I'm not sure of, in Parentheses 
I'll put the level I think it is.

BlackKingNumemon (Ultimate)
Bulbmon (Ultimate)
Fujinmon (Champion/Ultimate)
Galacticmon (Mega, he's definitely Mega.)
Ghoulmon (Mega)
Cardmon (Ultimate, Note: he come in a lot of forms.)
Persiamon (Ultimate)
Raidenmon (Ultimate)
Raijinmon (Ultimate)
Sujinmon (Ultimate)
Venmon (Ultimate)

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4.0 Experience, Skill Levels, Stats and Tolerances
============================

There are 4 factors the effect Digivolution, Experience Level, Skill Level, 
Stats and Tolerances.

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4.1 Experience Level
----------------------------

The Experience level is the level your Rookie form is at, it decides your 
Digimon's base stats, it is also the key to unlocking your partner Digimon's 
TRUE Digivolution levels.

Level 5-Champion
Level 20-Ultimate
Level 40-Mega

*Note: Veemon requires just a little bit more work to obtain his true Ultimate 
and Mega forms, but I'll get more into that later.

This Level always increases whether you use their Rookie form or not.

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4.2 Skill Level
----------------------------

Skill level is the level of the Champion, Ultimate and Mega forms.

Example: Patamon at Level 5 gains Angemon with a Skill Level of one.

Skill Level raises MUCH faster than Experience level, unlike the Experience 
Level it doesn't increase stats. Skill Level is responsible for Unlocking 
new techniques and it's the main factor in unlocking alternate evolutions. 
(Evolutions that deviate from the True evolution paths.)

Every five levels (and level 99) one of Four things will happen, Nothing, 
Learn New Technique, New Technique can be loaded, New Evolution learned.

*Note: See the Technique section to learn more about Techniques (obviously) 
and the Digimon Lab section to learn about Loading Techniques.

Unlocking Alternate Evolutions: Basically, it works like this, Raise Agumon 
to Level 5 to unlock Greymon then Raise Greymon's Skill level to 20 and you 
will Unlock Growlmon. Raise Agumon up to level 40 to get Wargreymon then 
raise Wargreymon's skill level to 10 to unlock Metal Mamemon.

Unlike the Experience Level a Digimon's Skill Level only raises when you fight 
with that form.

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4.3 Stats
----------------------------

Stats are the next factor that can effect unlocking new Alternate Evolutions, 
in addition to being a certain Skill Level, sometimes a certain stat. 
(Strength, Speed, Defense, Intelligence) needs to be at or above a certain 
amount.

Example: Take Patamon to Level 5 to get Angemon, Angemon then needs to be 
Level 20 with a Strength of at least 100 to Unlock Digitamamon. Take Angemon 
to level 30 with Intelligence of at least 180 to Unlock Angewomon.

*Note: If you get Angemon to or above level 20 but don't have Strength of 
at least 100, you will still get Digitamamon once your Strength is at or about 
100.

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4.4 Tolerances
-----------------------------

Tolerances are just like Stats when it comes to Unlocking Evolutions. 
Sometimes Tolerances need to be above a certain amount to unlock new 
evolutions.

Example: Agumon to Greymon, Greymon needs to be Skill Level 50 with a Dark 
Tolerance of at least 130 to unlock Skull Greymon.

There are seven different Tolerances: Lighting, Water, Ice, Wind, Fire, 
Machine and Dark.

*Note: Like Stats if you get a Digimon, for example Greymon at or above 50 
but don't have a Dark Tolerance of at least 130. You will still get Skull 
Greymon once his Dark Tolerance is at or above 130.

============================
5.0 Different Ways of Digivolving
============================

There are three different ways of Digivolving in this game. Level 
Digivolving, Blast Digivolving and DNA Digivolving. I'll explaining the 
differences here.

----------------------------
5.1 Level Digivolving
----------------------------

Level Digivolving as you might guess is gaining Evolution's by gaining 
Experience and Skill Levels as well as Raising Stats and Tolerances. This 
is the main form of evolution in the game, meaning this is how you gain 
'permanent' forms, you can have up to three of these equipped.

*Note: See the Digimon Lab Section for info on Equipping Evolutions.

Example: Patamon learns to Digivolve to Angemon at level 5, then learns 
Digitamamon when Angemon is skill level 20 with Strength of at least 100 and 
so on.

How it's done: I've already explained about the factors that go into Unlocking 
these levels, now I'll explain how you actually Digivolve to them.

You can do this in two ways:

1. Out of battle in the Status Screen. You go to Status and select your 
Digimon, choose 'See Digivolve' choose the Evolution you want and Turn on 
the Battle Digivolve. This enables you to begin a battle as that Evolution.

Example: With Patamon turn battle Digivolve on with Angemon and you will begin 
battle as Angemon and not Patamon.

*Note: There is no draw back to this, your Rookie form still gets experience 
along with your Digivolved form.

2. In battle you Digivolve by using the DV option. You choose the option 
and select one of your equipped Evolutions.

Example: Start battle as Patamon, Digivolve to Angemon, later in battle you 
can go back to Patamon or advance to something like Angewomon or switch to 
another Champion form. You can also skip levels, like instead of having to 
go Patamon>Angemon>Angewomon. You can just go Patamon>Angewomon.

*Note: I feel I should point out right now that when training an evolution 
you don't always unlock a next level evolution. Example MagnaAngemon as level 
20 with lighting tolerance of at least 100, unlocks Stingmon. A champion 
not a Mega so training Ultimates doesn't mean you'll get Megas, also training 
Champions doesn't mean you'll get Ultimates.

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5.2 Blast Digivolving
----------------------------

Blast Digivolving is a lot like Trance from Final Fantasy IX. You have a 
Blast Gauge that gradually fills up as you take damage, once it's full you 
Blast to your next Natural Evolution level. (This also fills your HP back 
to full.)

Example: Patamon below level 5 will Blast to Angemon, once he's between level 
5 and 20 he'll Blast to MagnaAngemon, weather he was Angemon at the time or 
not. Between Levels 20 and 40 he'll blast to Seraphimon, I'm presently not 
sure what happens if you blast past level 40.

*Note: All Partners go to their next natural Level, except Agumon, Blast 
Digivolving with him goes Greymon>SkullGreymon>BlackWargreymon. Instead of 
Greymon>MetalGreymon>Wargreymon.

But only until the end of battle or after a few rounds when it wear's off, 
which ever comes first. While your Blasted you have access to any Techniques 
you have loaded and automatically have access to their Special attack. 
(Example: Gate of Destiny)

Also while blasted your Special takes no MP to use. (I'm not sure about your 
loaded Techniques)

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5.3 DNA Digivolving
----------------------------

DNA Digivolving in this game can only be done in battle and it's a one shot 
attack, a lot like a Summon Spell. To do it you need two Digimon each equipped 
with compatible Evolutions. (Example: Exveemon and Stingmon.)

How it's done: First you have out one of the compatible Digimon. (Example: 
Exveemon) You then pick the TAG Option, if one of your other Digimon has 
a compatible evolution it will have a symbol to the left of his name. Select 
that Digimon and pick the compatible Evolution. (Example: Stingmon) once 
that's done you're given the options of Switch or DNA Digivolve, Pick DNA 
Digivolve, MP will be taken from both Digimon and they will DNA Digivolve 
(Exveemon+Stingmon=Paildramon) then attack once. After that they will 
separate and the Digimon you had out before (Exveemon) will be switched for 
the other. (Stingmon)

*Note: Three Digimon might only available through DNA Digivolving, Agnimon, 
AncientGreymon and BladeGarurumon.

===========================
6.0 Digimon Lab
===========================

DR. Kadomatsu runs the Digimon lab in Asuka City and Piximon at all other 
towns, it's where you change partners, Equipped Evolution's, load Techniques 
and view Digivolution charts for your Digimon.

Menu:

1. Switch Digimon: This option lets you change the Partner Digimon in your 
group

2. Digivolve: Under this are the options, Change Digivolution and Load 
Technique.

3. Change Digivolution: This is how you change the your Equipped 
Digivolutions. Now you might ask what I mean by Equipped Digivolutions. All 
of the Partners can become every Champion, Ultimate and Mega in the game BUT 
you can only have three Evolutions equipped at once.

As you get your first three Evolutions they are Automatically placed in your 
Equipped slots, but once you get your fourth Evolution it is stored at the 
Lab and you must go there and switch Evolutions to get it.

Example: You have Patamon that knows Angemon, Digitamamon and Angewomon. You 
then get MagnaAngemon, he will be placed in the Digimon lab. If you want 
to use MagnaAngemon you would go to the lab and store one of your current 
Evolutions and Equip MagnaAngemon. (Like switch Digitamamon for 
MagnaAngemon)

You can have any Level of evolution equipped, you don't have to have 1 
champion, 1 Ultimate and 1 Mega. You can have 3 champions if you want, 3 
Ultimates, 3 Megas, 2 Mega's and 1 Champion, any combination.

So by the end of the game you could have a team of:

Agumon that can become Wargreymon, BlackWargreymon and Omnimon.

Veemon that can become Imperialdramon, Imperialdramon FM, Imperialdramon PM.

Guilmon that can become Gallantmon, Beelzemon, MegaGargomon.

*Note: Like I said before this is just an example you can have any combination 
of Digimon at varying levels as long as you unlock them.

4. Load Techniques: As I said when Describing what the Skill Level, every 
five levels, ether nothing will happen, you will get a New Technique, you 
will be able to load a Technique, or a new Digivolution will be unlocked.

What loading Techniques does is makes the techniques available to the other 
two equipped Digivolutions.

Example: You have Angemon, Digitamamon and Angewomon equipped. Angemon has 
'Air blast' loaded, Digitamamon and Angewomon will now be able to use Air 
Blast as well. 

But if Angemon has the attack loaded and he's not 'equipped' (like you have 
Digitamamon, Angewomon and MagnaAngemon equipped, but not Angemon.) Even 
if Angemon has the attack loaded, Digitamamon, Angewomon and MagnaAngemon 
will NOT have the attack, Angemon must be equipped for it to work.

*Note: Loading Techniques doesn't work with Rookies.

5. Digivolution Charts: This simply shows pictures of all the Evolutions you 
have unlocked with each Digimon, it's mainly just for fun I guess.

============================
7.0 Technique List
============================

This is a listing of all the Techniques on the game. They're divided into 
Melee, Lightning, Water, Ice, Wind, Fire, Machine, Dark, Support, Heal, 
Status Attacks and Finishers.

----------------------------
7.1 Melee
----------------------------

Bug Buster: Huge Damage vs. Insectoid Digimon.
Counter Alert: Counterattack during Pose.
Hammer Rush: Damage from Rapid Blows.
Picking Claw: Attack and Steal Items.
Poison Bites: Poison Damage.
Wing Buster: Huge Damage vs. Bird Digimon.

----------------------------
7.2 Magic
----------------------------

Energy Leech: Magic that drains HP.
Hypno Gas: Magic puts enemies to sleep.

----------------------------
7.3 Lightning
----------------------------

Electro Bolt:
Thunder Bolt: Create a Thunder ball and fire.
Thunder Field:
Thunder Gemini: Create two Thunder balls and fire.
Lightning Bolt: 
Lightning Slash: Thunder Damage.

----------------------------
7.4 Water
----------------------------

Divine Rain:
Grand Wave:
Water Field:

----------------------------
7.5 Ice
-----------------------------

Frost Cutter: Slash with Ice Damage.
Giga Freeze:
Ice Blow: Shoot Icicles with Ice Damage
Ice Field:
Ice Shower: Shoot numerous Icicles.
Snowstorm:

-----------------------------
7.6 Wind
-----------------------------

Air Blast: Shoot Air Balls.
Mega Tornado: Tornado Against Enemy.
Whirlwind: Wind Damage.

-----------------------------
7.7 Fire
-----------------------------

Fire Field:
Flame Ball: Shoot Small Fireballs.
Flame Breath:
Flame Cutter: Slash and Fire Damage.
Flame Lance: Launch Fire Beam.
Giga Fire:
Raising Fire:
Triple Fire: Shoot Three Fireballs.

-----------------------------
7.8 Machine
-----------------------------

Magic Missile: Shoot Missiles with Magic.
Mechanical Bash: Strong Machine Damage.
Metal Attack: Machine Damage.

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7.9 Dark
-----------------------------

Black Thorn: Dark Damage with Evil Thorn.
Dark Matter: Evil Fireball with Dark Damage.

-----------------------------
7.10 Support
-----------------------------

Double Guard: Increase your Defense Power.
Double Power: Increase your Attack Power.

-----------------------------
7.11 Heal
-----------------------------

Antidote: Cure Poison on yourself.
Mega Heal: Heal a great deal of HP.
Small Heal: Heal some of our HP.

-----------------------------
7.12 Finishers
-----------------------------

*Note: All Rookies start with their finishers but Champions, Ultimates and 
Megas must learn them through increasing their Skill Levels:

Champion: lv. 60
Ultimate: lv. 70
Mega: lv. 85

Also Finishers cannot be loaded.

Rookies:
---------
Agumon: Pepper Breath-Shoot Small Fireballs.
Guilmon: Pyro Sphere
Kotemon: Hothead
Kumamon: Bear Fist-Punch the Enemy in the Chest.
Monmon: Swing Swing-Aim for weak point with Slingshot.
Patamon: Boom Bubble-Shoot Inhaled air at once.
Renamon: Diamond Storm-Create Ice Leaves and Shoot.
Veemon: Vee Head Butt-Strong Head Butt. 

Champions:
-----------
Angemon: Hand of Fate-Punch the Enemy with Wind Attacks.
Devimon: 
Dinohumon: Lizard Dance 
ExVeemon: Vee Laser-Shoot a Laser from the Chest.
Greymon: Nova Blast-Shoot a Fireball from the Mouth.
Grizzmon: Maul Attack
Growlmon: Plasma Blade-Slash with Electrified Blade.
Hookmon: Caption Cannon
Kabuterimon: Electro Shocker
Kyubimon: Dragon Wheel-Shoot Fireballs from 9 Tails. (Name mistake it's 
really her 'Fox Tail Inferno' Attack.)
Stingmon: Spiking Strike

Ultimates:
-----------
Angewomon: 
Armormon: Justice Strike
Digitamamon: 
GrapLeomon: Cyclone Turbine 
Kyukimon: Blade Twister 
MagnaAngemon: Gate of Destiny 
MetalGreymon: Giga Blaster 
MetalMamemon: Energetic Bomb
Myotismon: Grizzly Wing
Paildramon: Desperado Blaster 
SkullGreymon: Dark Shot 
Taomon: Bonhitsusen
WarGrowlmon: Atomic Blaster

Megas:
-------
Beelzemon: 
BlackWarGreymon: Terra Destroyer
Cannondramon: 
Diaboromon: 
Gallantmon: Final Purification 
GranKuwagamon: Dimensional Scissors
GuardiAngemon: 
Imperialdramon: Mega Crusher
Imperialdramon FM: Giga Crusher
Imperialdramon PM: Omega Slash
MaloMyotismon: Melting Blood
Marsmon: Mugenhadou
MegaGargomon: 
MetalGarurumon: Metal Wolf Claw
Omnimon: 
Pheonixnmon: 
Rosemon: Thorn Whipping
Sakuyamon: KongouKaimandra
Seraphimon: Seven Heavens
WarGreymon: Terra Force

============================
8.0 Partner Locations
============================

There are 8 Partners in all in this game, 7 of, which are available in the 
begging in 'starter packs'. The three packs you can pick from at the start 
are:

Balanced: Kotemon, Renamon, Patamon
Power: Monmon, Agumon, Renamon
Maniac: Kumamon, Guilmon, Patamon

As you see whichever pack you pick from there will be 5 that you must locate 
as you go thorough the game.

In the game DRI Agents give the other Partners to you, after you collect DDNA 
(Digital DNA) for them.

Here I'll tell you where each of the DRI agents are and where the Digimon 
you need to get the DDNA from are located.

*Note: There are level ranges for getting each partner.

Example: Agumon 30-45 this means all the Digimon in your current team can't 
have a COMBINED level of less than 30 or more than 45 or you can't get him.

-----------------------------
8.1 Agumon
-----------------------------

Level Range: 30-45
DRI Agent Location: Tyranno Valley, East Sector
DDNA Needed from: Metal Greymon
Metal Greymon Location: Bulk Swamp, South Sector (Right outside south 
Station)

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8.2 Guilmon
-----------------------------

Level Range: 30-45
DRI Agent Location: Seiryu City, East Sector
DDNA Needed from: WarGrowlmon
WarGrowlmon Location: Ether Jungle, South Sector (Find a hidden path near 
the Jungle Shrine.)

------------------------------
8.3 Kotemon
------------------------------

Level Range: 60-90
DRI Agent Location: Mobius Desert, West Sector
DDNA Needed from: Kyukimon
Kyukimon Location: Suzaku UG Lake, South Sector

------------------------------
8.4 Kumamon
------------------------------

Level Range: 60-90
DRI Agent Location: Mobius Desert, West Sector
DDNA Needed from: GrapLeomon
GrapLeomon Location: Ether Jungle, South Sector (Go underwater in Phoenix 
bay and keep going left until the next surface able area.)

----------------------------
8.5 Monmon
----------------------------

Level Range: 60-90
DRI Agent Location: Mobius Desert, West Sector
DDNA Needed from: Armormon
Armormon Location: Dual Island, East Sector (Go under water at Divermon Lake 
and follow path to Dual Island)

----------------------------
8.6 Patamon
----------------------------

Level Range: 45-60
DRI Agent Location: Central Park
DDNA Needed from: MagnaAngemon
MagnaAngemon Location: South Badland, West Sector

----------------------------
8.7 Renamon
----------------------------

Level Range 45-60
DRI Agent Location: Central Park (On top of the Gym)
DDNA Needed from: Taomon
Taomon Location: North Badland W, West Sector

----------------------------
8.8 Veemon
----------------------------

Level Range: He becomes available after you get the Byakko Badge and you must 
talk to his DRI Agent with only one Digimon in your party. (Take the rest 
out at the Digimon Lab) Also the one Digimon must be under level 30.
DRI Agent Location: Protocol Ruins (Near when Baronmon stood)
DDNA Needed from: Paildramon
Paildramon Location: Bulk Bridge, South Sector 

============================
9.0 Evolution Charts
============================

Here's what a lot of you where probley looking for, all of these charts are 
complete. They are divided by Digivolution level and organized 
Alphabetically.

It should be simple to read.

Example:
Digimon name: Digimon it Digivolves from and Required Experience/Skill 
Level, stats and Tolerances.

*NOTE: LISTEN UP these Charts list Permanent Evolutions, NOT DNA Evolutions, 
when you see something like.

Paildramon: Exveemon and Stingmon lv. 5

It means in order to get him PERMANENTLY you must have ONE Digimon who knows 
how to become BOTH Exveemon and Stingmon and has BOTH Evolutions at level 
5.

It's that way for ALL the Evolutions that list two Digimon as the requirement 
in this chart. 

SO AGAIN if you want Agumon to become Paildramon, Agumon must know how to 
become BOTH Exveemon and Stingmon and have BOTH forms at level 5 to unlock 
Paildramon for him.

If you want him to become Omnimon he must know how to become BOTH Wargreymon 
and Metal Garurumon and have BOTH forms at level 40.

AGAIN the charts in this section list how you get permanent Digivolutions 
NOT DNA Digivolutions.

----------------------------
9.1 Agumon
----------------------------

Champions: 
----------- 
Angemon: Kabuterimon lv. 20, Intelligence 300 
Devimon: MagnaAngemon lv. 30, Dark 250 
Dinohumon: Wargreymon lv. 20 
ExVeemon: MetalGreymon lv. 30, Ice 320 
Greymon: Agumon level 5 
Grizzmon: MetalGarurumon lv. 30, Defense 400 
Growlmon: Greymon lv. 20 
Hookmon: WarGrowlmon lv. 30 
Kabuterimon: Stingmon lv. 50 
Kyubimon: MetalGreymon lv. 20, Spirit 300 
Stingmon: Wargreymon lv. 30, Speed 260 

Ultimates: 
----------- 
Angewomon: MagnaAngemon lv. 20 
Armormon: Hookmon lv. 50 
Digitamamon: MetalGarurumon lv. 20 
GrapLeomon: Grizzmon lv. 50 
Kyukimon: Dinohumon lv. 50 
MagnaAngemon: Angemon lv. 50 
MetalGreymon: Agumon Level 20 
MetalMamemon: Wargreymon lv. 10 
Myotismon: Devimon lv. 40 
Paildramon: Exveemon and Stingmon lv. 5 
SkullGreymon: Greymon lv. 50, Dark 130 
Taomon: Kyubimon lv. 40 
WarGrowlmon: Growlmon lv. 40, Agumon lv. 15 

Megas: 
------- 
Beelzemon: MaloMyotismon and Gallantmon lv. 40 
BlackWarGreymon: SkullGreymon lv. 99 
Cannondramon: Armormon lv. 99 
Diaboromon: GranKuwagamon and Black Wargreymon lv. 99 
Gallantmon: WarGrowlmon lv. 99 
GranKuwagamon: Imperialdramon and Kabuterimon lv. 40 
GuardiAngemon: Kyukimon 99 
Imperialdramon: Paildramon lv. 50 
Imperialdramon FM: Imperialdramon lv. 99 
Imperialdramon PM: Imperialdramon FM and Omnimon lv. 40 
MaloMyotismon: Myotismon lv. 99 
Marsmon: Grap Leomon lv. 99 
MegaGargomon: MetalGarurumon lv. 99 
MetalGarurumon: MetalMamemon lv. 40 
Omnimon: Wargreymon and MetalGarurumon lv. 40 
Pheonixnmon: Rosemon lv. 99 
Rosemon: Angewomon: lv. 40 
Sakuyamon: Taomon lv. 99 
Seraphimon: Magna Angemon lv. 99 
WarGreymon: Agumon Level 40

----------------------------
9.2 Guilmon
----------------------------

Champions:
----------- 
Angemon: WarGrowlmon lv. 20, Spirit 180 
Devimon: GrapLeomon lv. 20, Dark 160 
Dinohumon: MetalGreymon lv. 20, Strength 400 
ExVeemon: Gallantmon lv. 20, Wind 300 
Greymon: Gallantmon lv. 30, Fire 280 
Grizzmon: Gallantmon lv. 10 
Growlmon: Guilmon lv. 5 
Hookmon: Dinohumon lv. 20 
Kabuterimon: Stingmon lv. 40 
Kyubimon: Angewomon lv. 10, Spirit 200 
Stingmon: Growlmon lv. 30, Lightning 80

Ultimates:
----------- 
Angewomon: WarGrowlmon lv. 40, Water 140 
Armormon: Hookmon lv. 50 
Digitamamon: WarGrowlmon lv.30, Dark 120 
GrapLeomon: Grizzmon lv. 50 
Kyukimon: Dinohumon lv. 50 
MagnaAngemon: Angemon lv. 50 
MetalGreymon: Greymon lv. 40 
MetalMamemon: Growlmon lv. 20, Defense 100 
Myotismon: Devimon lv. 50 
Paildramon: Exveemon and Stingmon lv. 5 
SkullGreymon: Greymon lv. 50, Dark 160 
Taomon: Kyubimon lv. 40 
WarGrowlmon: Guilmon lv. 20

Megas:
------- 
Beelzemon: MaloMyotismon and Gallantmon lv. 40 
BlackWarGreymon: SkullGreymon lv. 99 
Cannondramon: Armormon lv. 99 
Diaboromon: GranKuwagamon and Black WarGreymon lv. 99 
Gallantmon: Guilmon lv. 40 
GranKuwagamon: Imperialdramon and Kabuterimon lv. 40 
GuardiAngemon: Kyukimon lv. 99 
Imperialdramon: Paildramon lv. 50 
Imperialdramon FM: Imperialdramon lv. 99 
Imperialdramon PM: Imperialdramon FM and Omnimon lv. 40 
MaloMyotismon: Myotismon lv. 99 
Marsmon: GrapLeomon lv. 99 
MegaGargomon: MetalGarurumon lv. 99 
MetalGarurumon: Metal Mamemon lv. 40, Machine 190 
Omnimon: Wargreymon and MetalGarurumon lv. 40 
Pheonixnmon: Rosemon lv. 99 
Rosemon: Angewomon lv. 40 
Sakuyamon: Taomon lv. 99 
Seraphimon: MagnaAngemon lv. 99 
WarGreymon: MetalGreymon lv. 40

----------------------------
9.3 Kotemon
----------------------------

Champions: 
----------- 
Angemon: Taomon lv. 30, Wind 200 
Devimon: Digitamamon lv. 20 
Dinohumon: Kotemon lv. 5 
ExVeemon: Greymon lv. 10 
Greymon: Dinohumon lv. 20 
Grizzmon: Growlmon lv. 30, Speed 280 
Growlmon: Taomon lv. 50, Fire 200 
Hookmon: Growlmon lv. 20 
Kabuterimon: Stingmon lv. 40 
Kyubimon: GuardiAngemon lv. 20 
Stingmon: GuardiAngemon lv. 10

Ultimates:
----------- 
Angewomon: Taomon lv. 20, Water 360 
Armormon: Hookmon lv. 50 
Digitamamon: Taomon lv. 40, Intelligence 280 
GrapLeomon: Grizzmon lv. 50 
Kyukimon: Kotemon lv. 20 
MagnaAngemon: Angemon lv. 50 
MetalGreymon: Greymon lv. 40, Kotemon lv. 15 
MetalMamemon: Kyukimon lv. 20, Machine 140 
Myotismon: Devimon lv. 40 
Paildramon: Exveemon and Stingmon lv. 5 
SkullGreymon: Greymon lv. 50, Dark 140 
Taomon: Kyubimon lv. 40 
WarGrowlmon: Growlmon lv. 50

Megas:
------- 
Beelzemon: MaloMyotismon and Gallantmon lv. 40 
BlackWarGreymon: SkullGreymon lv. 99 
Cannondramon: Armormon lv. 99 
Diaboromon: GranKuwagamon and Black WarGreymon lv. 99 
Gallantmon: WarGrowlmon lv. 99 
GranKuwagamon: Imperialdramon and Kabuterimon lv. 40 
GuardiAngemon: Kotemon lv. 40 
Imperialdramon: Paildramon lv. 50 
Imperialdramon FM: Imperialdramon lv. 99 
Imperialdramon PM: Imperialdramon FM and Omnimon lv. 40 
MaloMyotismon: Myotismon lv. 99 
Marsmon: GrapLeomon lv. 99 
MegaGargomon: MetalGarurumon lv. 99 
MetalGarurumon: Metal Mamemon lv. 40, Machine 200 
Omnimon: Wargreymon and MetalGarurumon lv. 40 
Pheonixnmon: Rosemon lv. 90 
Rosemon: Angewomon lv. 40 
Sakuyamon: Taomon lv. 99 
Seraphimon: MagnaAngemon lv. 99 
WarGreymon: MetalGreymon lv. 99

------------------------------
9.4 Kumamon
------------------------------

Champions:
----------- 
Angemon: Myotismon lv. 20, Wind 280 
Devimon: Marsmon lv. 10 
Dinohumon: MetalGreymon lv. 30 
ExVeemon: Kyubimon lv. 10 
Greymon: WarGrowlmon lv. 20, Fire 200 
Grizzmon: Kumamon Lv. 5 
Growlmon: Marsmon lv. 20, Strength 480 
Hookmon: Kabuterimon lv. 20 
Kabuterimon: Stingmon lv. 50 
Kyubimon: Grizzmon lv. 20, Spirit 80 
Stingmon: Marsmon lv. 30, Speed 400

Ultimates:
----------- 
Angewomon: Angemon lv. 20, Water 280 
Armormon: Hookmon lv. 50 
Digitamamon: Grizzmon lv. 30, Intelligence 80 
GrapLeomon: Kumamon lv. 20 
Kyukimon: Dinohumon lv. 50 
MagnaAngemon: Angemon lv. 50 
MetalGreymon: Greymon lv. 40 
MetalMamemon: GrapLeomon lv. 20, Machine 150 
Myotismon: Devimon lv. 50 
Paildramon: Exveemon and Stingmon lv. 5 
SkullGreymon: Greymon lv. 50, Dark 160 
Taomon: Kyubimon lv. 40, Kumamon lv. 15 
WarGrowlmon: Growlmon lv. 50

Megas:
------- 
Beelzemon: MaloMyotismon and Gallantmon lv. 40 
BlackWarGreymon: SkullGreymon lv. 99 
Cannondramon: Armormon lv. 99 
Diaboromon: GranKuwagamon and Black WarGreymon lv. 99 
Gallantmon: WarGrowlmon lv. 99 
GranKuwagamon: Imperialdramon and Kabuterimon lv. 40 
GuardiAngemon: Kyukimon lv. 99 
Imperialdramon: Paildramon lv. 50 
Imperialdramon FM: Imperialdramon lv. 99 
Imperialdramon PM: Imperialdramon FM and Omnimon lv. 40 
MaloMyotismon: Myotismon lv. 99 
Marsmon: Kumamon lv. 40 
MegaGargomon: MetalGarurumon lv. 99 
MetalGarurumon: Metal Mamemon lv. 40, Machine 200 
Omnimon: Wargreymon and MetalGarurumon lv. 40 
Pheonixnmon: Rosemon lv. 99 
Rosemon: Angewomon lv. 40 
Sakuyamon: Taomon lv. 99 
Seraphimon: MagnaAngemon lv. 99 
WarGreymon: MetalGreymon lv. 99

-----------------------------
9.5 Monmon
-----------------------------

Champions: 
----------- 
Angemon: Armormon lv. 40, Wind 120 
Devimon: SkullGreymon lv. 20, Spirit 300 
Dinohumon: MetalGreymon lv. 20, Strength 250 
ExVeemon: Hookmon lv. 20 
Greymon: Cannondramon lv. 10 
Grizzmon: Growlmon lv. 20, Defense 460 
Growlmon: Kyukimon lv. 20, Speed 320 
Hookmon: Monmon lv. 5 
Kabuterimon: Stingmon lv. 50 
Kyubimon: Angewomon lv. 10, Spirit 200 
Stingmon: MetalGreymon lv. 30, Lightning 200

Ultimates:
----------- 
Angewomon: MagnaAngemon lv. 30, Water 110 
Armormon: Monmon lv. 20 
Digitamamon: Armor lv.30, Strength 160 
GrapLeomon: Grizzmon lv. 50 
Kyukimon: Dinohumon lv. 50 
MagnaAngemon: Angemon lv. 50 
MetalGreymon: Greymon lv. 40 
MetalMamemon: Armormon lv. 20, Machine 180 
Myotismon: Devimon lv. 50 
Paildramon: Exveemon and Stingmon lv. 5 
SkullGreymon: Greymon lv. 50, Dark 300 
Taomon: Kyubimon lv. 40 
WarGrowlmon: Growlmon lv. 50

Megas:
------- 
Beelzemon: MaloMyotismon and Gallantmon lv. 40 
BlackWarGreymon: SkullGreymon lv. 99 
Cannondramon: Monmon lv. 40 
Diaboromon: GranKuwagamon and Black WarGreymon lv. 99 
Gallantmon: WarGrowlmon lv. 99 
GranKuwagamon: Imperialdramon and Kabuterimon lv. 40 
GuardiAngemon: Kyukimon lv. 99, Gallantmon lv. 40 
Imperialdramon: Paildramon lv. 50 
Imperialdramon FM: Imperialdramon lv. 99 
Imperialdramon PM: Imperialdramon FM and Omnimon lv. 40 
MaloMyotismon: Myotismon lv. 99 
Marsmon: GrapLeomon lv. 99 
MegaGargomon: MetalGarurumon lv. 99 
MetalGarurumon: Metal Mamemon lv. 40, Machine 240 
Omnimon: Wargreymon and MetalGarurumon lv. 40 
Pheonixnmon: Rosemon lv. 99 
Rosemon: Angewomon lv. 40 
Sakuyamon: Taomon lv. 99 
Seraphimon: MagnaAngemon lv. 99 
WarGreymon: MetalGreymon lv. 99

------------------------------
9.6 Patamon 
------------------------------

Champions: 
----------- 
Angemon: Patamon lv. 5 
Devimon: Armormon lv. 30, Dark 300 
Dinohumon: Growlmon lv. 20 
ExVeemon: Growlmon lv. 30, Wind 320 
Greymon: MagnaAngemon lv. 30, Fire 140 
Grizzmon: Growlmon lv. 40, Strength 240 
Growlmon: MetalMamemon lv. 20 
Hookmon: Seraphimon lv. 10 
Kabuterimon: Stingmon lv. 40 
Kyubimon: Armormon lv. 40, Spirit 300 
Stingmon: MagnaAngemon lv. 20, Lightning 100

Ultimates:
----------- 
Angewomon: Angemon lv. 30, Intelligence 180 
Armormon: Hookmon lv. 50 
Digitamamon: Angemon lv. 20, Strength 100 
GrapLeomon: Grizzmon lv. 50 
Kyukimon: Dinohumon lv. 50 
MagnaAngemon: Patamon lv. 20 
MetalGreymon: Greymon lv. 40 
MetalMamemon: Armormon lv. 20, Machine 140 
Myotismon: Devimon lv. 50 
Paildramon: Exveemon and Stingmon lv. 5 
SkullGreymon: Greymon lv. 50, Dark 220 
Taomon: Kyubimon lv. 40 
WarGrowlmon: Growlmon lv. 50

Megas:
------- 
Beelzemon: MaloMyotismon and Gallantmon lv. 40 
BlackWarGreymon: SkullGreymon lv. 99 
Cannondramon: Armormon lv. 99 
Diaboromon: GranKuwagamon and Black WarGreymon lv. 99 
Gallantmon: WarGrowlmon lv. 99 
GranKuwagamon: Imperialdramon and Kabuterimon lv. 40 
GuardiAngemon: Kyukimon lv. 99 
Imperialdramon: Paildramon lv. 50 
Imperialdramon FM: Imperialdramon lv. 99 
Imperialdramon PM: Imperialdramon FM and Omnimon lv. 40 
MaloMyotismon: Myotismon lv. 99 
Marsmon: GrapLeomon lv. 99 
MegaGargomon: MetalGarurumon lv. 99 
MetalGarurumon: Metal Mamemon lv. 50 
Omnimon: Wargreymon and MetalGarurumon lv. 40 
Pheonixnmon: Rosemon lv. 99 
Rosemon: Angewomon lv. 40, Patamon lv. 15 
Sakuyamon: Taomon lv. 99 
Seraphimon: Patamon lv. 40 
WarGreymon: MetalGreymon lv. 99

-----------------------------
9.7 Renamon
-----------------------------

Champions: 
----------- 
Angemon: Sakuyamon lv. 30, Wind 150 
Devimon: Sakuyamon lv. 10 
Dinohumon: Grizzmon lv. 20 
ExVeemon: Taomon lv. 20, Wind 120 
Greymon: Grizzmon lv. 30, Defense 280 
Grizzmon: Myotismon lv. 20, Strength 300 
Growlmon: Stingmon lv. 20, Defense 80 
Hookmon: Kyukimon lv. 20 
Kabuterimon: Stingmon lv. 40 
Kyubimon: Renamon lv. 5 
Stingmon: Kyubimon lv. 20, Strength 80

Ultimates: 
----------- 
Angewomon: Kyubimon lv. 30, Spirit 160 
Armormon: Hookmon lv. 50 
Digitamamon: Sakuyamon lv. 20, Intelligence 400 
GrapLeomon: Grizzmon lv. 50 
Kyukimon: Dinohumon lv. 50 
MagnaAngemon: Angemon lv. 50 
MetalGreymon: Greymon lv. 40 
MetalMamemon: Taomon lv. 30, Machine 100 
Myotismon: Devimon lv. 50 
Paildramon: Exveemon and Stingmon lv. 5 
SkullGreymon: Greymon lv. 50, Dark 250 
Taomon: Renamon lv. 20 
WarGrowlmon: Growlmon lv. 40, Renamon lv. 25

Megas: 
------- 
Beelzemon: MaloMyotismon and Gallantmon lv. 40 
BlackWarGreymon: SkullGreymon lv. 99 
Cannondramon: Armormon lv. 99 
Diaboromon: GranKuwagamon and Black WarGreymon lv. 99 
Gallantmon: WarGrowlmon lv. 99 
GranKuwagamon: Imperialdramon and Kabuterimon lv. 40 
GuardiAngemon: Kyukimon lv. 99 
Imperialdramon: Paildramon lv. 50 
Imperialdramon FM: Imperialdramon lv. 99 
Imperialdramon PM: Imperialdramon FM and Omnimon lv. 40 
MaloMyotismon: Myotismon lv. 99 
Marsmon: GrapLeomon lv. 99 
MegaGargomon: MetalGarurumon lv. 99 
MetalGarurumon: Metal Mamemon lv. 40, Machine 120 
Omnimon: Wargreymon and MetalGarurumon lv. 40 
Pheonixnmon: Rosemon lv. 99 
Rosemon: Angewomon lv. 40, Renamon lv. 15 
Sakuyamon: Renamon lv. 40 
Seraphimon: MagnaAngemon lv. 99 
WarGreymon: MetalGreymon lv. 99

-----------------------------
9.8 Veemon
-----------------------------

*Note: Before we get started here I'd just like to point out that, unlike 
the other 7 who can get their True Ultimates and Megas just by getting to 
level 20 and 40. Veemon has just a little but more work to do. He can get 
his Champion, Exveemon by getting to level 5 like the others but for his 
Ultimate, Paildramon in addition to being level 20 he also needs Stingmon 
at level 5. For Imperialdramon along with being level 40 he needs to have 
Paildramon at level 50.

Champions: 
----------- 
Angemon: Paildramon lv. 45, Intelligence 230 
Devimon: Paildramon lv. 25, Dark 160 
Dinohumon: Imperialdramon lv. 30 
ExVeemon: Veemon lv. 5 
Greymon: Paildramon lv. 35, Defense 200 
Grizzmon: Imperialdramon lv. 45, Defense 200 
Growlmon: Paildramon lv. 30, Fire 90 
Hookmon: Imperialdramon lv. 35, Machine 160 
Kabuterimon: Stingmon lv. 40 
Kyubimon: Paildramon lv. 40, Ice 200 
Stingmon: ExVeemon lv. 30

Ultimates:
----------- 
Angewomon: MagnaAngemon lv. 20, 
Armormon: Hookmon lv. 50 
Digitamamon: Imperialdramon lv. 20, Intelligence 300 
GrapLeomon: Grizzmon lv. 50 
Kyukimon: Dinohumon lv. 50 
MagnaAngemon: Angemon lv. 50 
MetalGreymon: Greymon lv. 40 
MetalMamemon: Paildramon lv. 20, Machine 100 
Myotismon: Devimon lv. 40 
Paildramon: Veemon lv. 20, Stingmon lv. 5 
SkullGreymon: Greymon lv. 50, Dark 190 
Taomon: Kyubimon lv. 50 
WarGrowlmon: Growlmon lv. 50

Megas:
------- 
Beelzemon: MaloMyotismon and Gallantmon lv. 40 
BlackWarGreymon: SkullGreymon lv. 99 
Cannondramon: Armormon lv. 99 
Diaboromon: GranKuwagamon and Black WarGreymon lv. 99 
Gallantmon: WarGrowlmon lv. 99 
GranKuwagamon: Imperialdramon and Kabuterimon lv. 40 
GuardiAngemon: Kyukimon lv. 99 
Imperialdramon: Veemon lv. 40, Paildramon lv. 50 
Imperialdramon FM: Imperialdramon lv. 99 
Imperialdramon PM: Imperialdramon FM and Omnimon lv. 40 
MaloMyotismon: Myotismon lv. 99 
Marsmon: GrapLeomon lv. 99 
MegaGargomon: MetalGarurumon lv. 99 
MetalGarurumon: Metal Mamemon lv. 40, Machine 140 
Omnimon: Wargreymon and MetalGarurumon lv. 40 
Pheonixnmon: Rosemon lv. 99 
Rosemon: Angewomon lv. 40 
Sakuyamon: Taomon lv. 99 
Seraphimon: MagnaAngemon lv. 99 
WarGreymon: MetalGreymon lv. 99

==============================
10.0 DNA Digivolution Lists
==============================

Here I'm going to list all of the DNA Digivolutions I find, I don't have many 
now because I haven't really experimented with DNA Digivolution that much 
yet.


Ultimates:
-----------

Paildramon:
-Exveemon + Stingmon


Hybrids: 
----------

Agnimon:
-Dinohumon + Kyubimon
-Hookmon + Greymon

AncientGreymon:
-Diaboromon + Imperialdramon PM

BladeGarurumon:
-Growlmon + Grizzmon


Megas:
-------

Imperialdramon Paladin Mode:
-Imperialdramon FM + Seraphimon

MegaGargomon:
-WarGrowlmon + Digitamamon

Omnimon:
-Wargreymon + MetalGarurumon

Pheonixmon:
-Taomon + MagnaAngemon

===============================
11.0 Frequently Asked Questions
===============================

Q: Is ________Mon in the game?
A: Look at my Digimon List, if he's not listed he's not playable in the game.

Q: Why won't 's DRI Agent won't ask me to get 's DDNA?
A: Your Combined levels are most likely too high or too low, try coming back 
with a Stronger/weaker Team. In Veemon's case it might be that you have more 
than one Digimon with you, you must talk to his DRI Agent with only one Digimon 
in your party.

Q: I beat the Byakko Leader but Veemon's DRI Agent isn't anywhere in Protocol 
Ruins where is he?
A: Then you didn't beat the real leader, you only beat the imposter at Byakko 
City, you find and beat the real Leader in Mirage Tower.

Q: Can I still get  if his required Stat/Tolerance wasn't 
high enough when I reach the required Skill Level?
A: Yes if you already passed the needed Skill Level, you will get the Evolution 
once the required stat/Tolerance has been meet.

Q: Why can't I fill my Blast Gauge?
A: The main reason for this is most likely the fact that the Blast Gauge is 
reset once you turn off the game, even if you save.

Q: How do I raise ?
A: The option to raise Tolerance at the Gym is unlocked after you get the 
2nd Badge, Leomon's Gym raises Lightning, Wind, Water, Ice, Fire, Dark and 
Garudamon in South Sector raises all those and Machine.

Q: Where is Garudamon's Gym in South Sector?
A: In South Cape, on the other side of Ether Jungle.

Q: How do I catch Digimon.
A: You don't.

Q: Does the game have a Multiplayer?
A: No.

==============================
12.0 Credits
==============================
Getting bigger.

-Me- Yeah me ^_^.
-Bandai- For making the game.
-Game Jester- For help with Techniques.
-Slugbug53085- For help with Techniques.
-Mystikal- For help with Techniques.
-Coung Tran- For more help with Techniques.
-Matt- For help with Techniques.
-Med Jai- For pointing out a mistake in Guilmon's Evolution chart and help 
with Techniques.
-Knight-X- For help with DNA Digivolution list.
-OnyxAleins4u- For help with Techniques.
-Ryan Wray- For help with Techniques.
-Daisuke- For help with Techniques.

Copyright (c) Angelo


 

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