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A group of year-olds, Takato, Henry and Rika (fans of the Digimon card game) meet their own Digimon friends and start to duel "bio-emerging". Takato Matsuki is the first of the Tamers to have Biomerged. He is also unique in that he He is currently in a relationship with Rika. His partner is Guilmon. The cast of Digimon Tamers. Chiaki Konaka, the head writer of Tamers, provides a fascinating set of notes concerning the conceptualisation and .
She recovers by the end, since others openly support her. Played With ; she feels very guilty over treating her stepmom badly when she doesn't deserve it.
An interesting case with her father, who is neglectful not out of malice but because he himself doesn't know how to handle the family problems. She has these while she is behaving oddly. However, this "Jeri" is actually a clone constructed from data.
She eventually realizes that people make their own destinies, and proves it by breaking out of the D-Reaper's Kernel herself.
Showed up when she was gushing over Leomon in the original Japanese. Results in him running away from her. A heartbreaking example of what can happen to you if you repress your traumas for too long. First shown in the mostly comedic episode where she meets Leomon, where her despair for a bit of fantasy is very subtly shown.
Tomboy and Girly Girl: Girly Girl to Rika's Tomboy. Took a Level in Badass: Good lord the girl tries so hard.
She wants to toughen up to be worthy of Leomon and it slowly happens. Then it all goes to hell in a hand basket. Of course, she and Culumon still need to be rescued in the end You Can't Fight Fate: Mostly used as comic relief. In episode 26, Rika kicks Kazu to wake him, which results in him rolling over on top of Kenta and accidentally kissing him on the cheek.
This was cut from the English dub. Was originally just one of Takato's friends, but winds up accompanying him to the Digital World and becoming a Tamer in the process.
For Digimon card games, and twice as much as everyone else. Conveniently Timed Attack from Behind Enabling him to save Takato and Guilmon from Beelzemon, by disregarding the difference in powerlevels. For about one episode. Figured out how the blue cards work.
He wears a visor. The gutso attitude is more of a show though. Is almost always by Kenta's side. Kenta Kitagawa Friends with Kazu, he often serves as a straight man to his jokes. He also volunteers to help the other Tamers. Kenta Kitagawa, Ascended Extra: More so than Kazu as he originally wasn't even going to be a Tamer and was just going to be a background character.
Obsessed with Digimon card games.
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In the final battle. In the dub, Kenta is constantly getting made fun of, making an affronted "Hey! Conveniently Timed Attack from Behind: Not to mention that he had to beat up singlehandedly several D-Reaper Agents just to perform said attack.
Of Makoto, the supporting protagonist of C'mon Digimon Megane: Wears glasses and cute looking. Rarely does much of anything besides interacting with Kazu. Hangs out with Kazu a lot. Ryo Akiyama A mysterious Digimon tamer and former champion of the card game, who has some sort of rivalry with Rika. To everyone outside of Japan who didn't read about the Japanese version, he seemed to come out of nowhere.
The "Digimon King" of the cardgame, though considering his backstory he's more of a Broken Ace. All There in the Manual: His entire backstory, including why he was in the Tamers canon to begin with, was told through a series of four Bandai WonderSwan games.
Rika claims that she plans to spend the rest of her life training Digimon, and has no career plans other than that. She lost a tournament to Ryo Akiyama two years before the series begins, which explains why she seems to resent him when she first meets him in the Digital World. After Ryo's disappearance, Rika wins the title "Digimon Queen".Don't get Rika Angry
Even though she has begun to tolerate Takato and the others, she still is rather cold and aloof to them. While she is mostly a loner and prefers her own company, she still will talk to Renamon a lot. She used to make fun of Takato and Henry because of their emotional attachments to their Digimon, Guilmon and Terriermon, believing that such attachments make them weak, and unsuccessfully attempts to force them into battling Renamon.
She continues to do so until she herself forms a small relationship with Renamon. Soon after deciding that Digimon can be both fighters and companions, Rika states that she doesn't feel like picking on Takato and Henry anymore and can't remember why she was so angry. At the end of the series, Henry's father, one of the first hackers to program Digimon as a form of artificial life, is forced to trigger a program that wipes out all Digimon in the real world in order to destroy the D-Reaper, a haywire cleanup program wreaking havoc on the real world.
The program works, but in the process Renamon, Guilmon, Terriermon, and the other tamers' Digimon are forcibly de-digivolved to the point that they will be destroyed unless they return to the DigiWorld.
The Digimon return to the Digiworld, leaving their tamers wondering if they will ever see them again.
- The Inner Mechanisms
- Takato Matsuki
Rika seems torn at the parting, and sheds tears, something she rarely does because she prefers to avoid open displays of emotion, she also confesses to Renamon that she loves her, this being the first, and only time she has said this. As shown in the bonus episode Runaway Locomonhowever, the tamers do reunite with their Digimon after some time presumably via a portal to the Digital World discovered by Takato during the series' epilogue.
First, when she looks for Takato to give him his camera and second, when she meets Takato, Henry and Jeri at the park and also, when they meet with Guilmon, Renamon and Terriermon again, after 3 years.