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Marco Hall

"Everything's great! Life is great!"

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a character in “Digimon: A New Adventure”, as played by Magus1108


Marco Hall


Age: 13
Gender: Male
Ethnicity: Two thirds caucasian, one third hispanic
Digimon Parter: Biyomon Image


Marco is an upbeat and cheerful young man, always ready to meet new people and make new friends. He's very nice and sweet to those he knows, making him a well-liked boy. Marco does his best to never show negative emotions, nor feel them if at all possible. At times, Marco can come off as a bit manic, but he tries to brush such moments aside.


Marco has lived a good and wonderful life, for the most part. He had a wonderful family, and has all sorts of wonderful friends. Marco excels as a violin player, and often goes to recitals and such to show off his skills. He does well enough at school, though he most looks forward to hanging out with his friends there, and socializing in general.

When marco was ten, his entire house burnt down and almost everyone in his family except his uncle and Marco himself were killed in the inferno. However, Marco doesn't let that bother him too much. On an unrelated note, he hates the past.

Marco's uncle, who took custody of him after the fire, decided to send him to a summer camp. So far Marco has had a great time there, and is already making great new friends.


Marco aspires to always make more friends and meet new people. He also wishes to get behind the events of the past, or forget them altogether, if possible. And after getting stuck in the Digital World, he wants to befriend all the Digimon and have an awesome adventure there.


  • Making new friends
  • Being happy
  • Being around people in general
  • Drawing
  • Playing the violin


  • People that are mean to others or bully them.
  • Fire
  • Feeling bad
  • Going home
  • The past

So begins...

Marco Hall's Story

Characters Present

Character Portrait: Ryoko Ai Watanabe Character Portrait: Rachel Gates Character Portrait: Marco Hall Character Portrait: Orian Michael Thornton
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Deep in the woods, a group of young teenagers on a fallen log, as they caught their breath. Today was their third day at Camp Hawthorn, and it had proved to be an interesting experience thus far, to say the least. At the moments, the four kids were apart of a group that was being led on a nature hike by a camp counselor. So far it had been two hours since they began their hike, and even the most athletic among the children were getting winded. Their guide, sensing the groups' fatigue, had allowed them to take a short break, to restore their energy.

The counselor himself wasn't with the group of kids, as he was off doing business in the woods. Thus the four teenagers were left alone by themselves, waiting and perhaps even dreading the return of their adult chaperon, and the return to their grueling walk.