Digimon: The Second Dimension

The Second Dimension, Present Day

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a part of Digimon: The Second Dimension, by Sandbear.

The world of digimon.

Sandbear holds sovereignty over The Second Dimension, Present Day, giving them the ability to make limited changes.
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Setting

In 1999, the creators of the Digimon television series unknowingly shaped the Second Dimension as the barrier happened to weaken near their studio. Since then, although the barrier is weakening far more often than it did before, humans don't have nearly the same influence over the Second Dimension as they did before. The Second Dimension has since become very independent from human influence, but humans are digimon are still mysteriously connected.
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The Second Dimension, Present Day

The world of digimon.

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The Second Dimension, Present Day is a part of Digimon: The Second Dimension.

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Daren [10] No matter how hard one tries, no one can escape their past
Enka [9] "Humans are such strange creatures..."
Rose Ann Lewis [9] The "Gofer Agent," as she puts it.
Aña Sharapova [3] "Get back to work, all of you."
Zento [3] 'Who do you think you are?'
Max Relander [2] "Ughhh... this thing again?"
Knight [1] "I failed once, I will not fail again!"
Lyrica Pressly [0] "What kind of game is this?"
Luna [0] "Has my sacrifice been in vain?"

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Character Portrait: Daren

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Darren looked up at the dimly glowing moon, images of years gone by flashed like a silver screen across his mind. How many years had it been since that time? Darren had lost track of it a long time ago and yet the memories still plagued his mind, loneliness his only companion. He looked down below him, the ground miles away as branches surrounded him. This tree had been his home for years and he was unfamiliar with anything outside of its area. Although his memories filled his nightmares with images of war and death he couldn't remember much past that, having no memories of his true home. I guess it's time to hunt he thought to himself as he leapt from the branch he was perched on, landing on the balls of his feet without a sound. He looked up at the moon one last time and then took off into the night.

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She was only a baby again.
AT one point in her life Zento had been a champion. A hero. However, right now she was a tiny Draakmon.

She wasn't stupid, a baby should always stay hidden, there was no telling what would be lurking around ready to attack at any moment.

It was a quiet evening the faint sounds of other digimon shuffling through the darkened forest was the only thing keeping this tiny baby awake. Plus the bright full moon shone into the small hollowed tree she had snuggled into. She would move in the morning when the sun shone bright and she could gain the energy to digivolve.

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Character Portrait: Knight

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The older digimon sat under a large tree as he watched Nightshade strike at a tree. She had come a long way in such a short time. He often wondered if that was because of how strong she was in her last life. His large green eyes stayed locked on her, though he checked to make sure there was no one threatening around every once in awhile. As he sat there, he couldn't help but to remember the time before, when she was still in her little egg, just waiting to be hatched.

The younger Knight sat there in the dark forest of the Shadow Realm. His green eyes sparkled as he stared at the large golden egg. Soon, she would be born again. Soon, he would no longer be alone. His mind flooded with worries and doubts. Would she even remember him? And if she didn't, would she want anything to do with him? Suddenly, his mind was forced back to the present as the egg began to shake. A small smile spread across his loosely stitched lips. A large golden fox tail broke free from the egg first before the whole thing crumbled and exposed the small digimon. Before him sat a wide eyed Relemon. "Mello?" She creature asked before bouncing a few times in front of him. His smile faded slightly but he tried to keep it. With one hand, he pointed to himself. "I am Knight." He said then pointed to her. "You, my dear, are Nightshade." He said in a loving tone. The little digimon gave a confused look for a moment before giving a wide smile and pouncing on him. "Knight, Knight, Knight!!!"

He gave a sigh, a smile still perched on his face as he continued to watch her practice. Suddenly she put more force into her punch and the tree shattered where she had hit it. As the tree fell, Knight shook his head. "My dear, I think you have killed enough trees for the day." He gave a small chuckle as he gazed at five other trees that had met the same fate.

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Character Portrait: Aña Sharapova Character Portrait: Enka Character Portrait: Rose Ann Lewis

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Ping

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Pingpingpingpingpingping–––
Aña pressed a button on her headphones to receive the call.
"What is it?" she snapped irritatedly. She already knew who it was before the caller replied.
"Commander," Rose Ann addressed in a nonchalant manner, "You ought to come see this. It's quite urgent."
Her voice didn't sound urgent at all. No matter what the subject was, Rose Ann always drew out her vowels in a casual, relaxed way. Aña knew there was no way to predict the urgency of the situation based solely on the tone of Rose Ann's voice. She had a way of sugaring her statements and making a molehill out of a mountain, so to speak.
"I am on my way," Aña said into the mic of her headset, then added, "And I have told you dozens of times before. You only need to press the button once to call."
"Mm-hmm," Rose Ann was clearly smiling smugly on the other end, "Well, it is urgent, you know."
Aña strode through the dimly-lit halls to the command center. Rose Ann was notorious for a little mischief, but she wasn't one for stupid pranks. She knew not to say that something was urgent when it really wasn't, especially when addressing her boss.
A group of about seven agents surrounding a large computer screen sensed her approach and moved out of her way. Rose Ann reclined in her swivel chair as if she was bored.
"What's going on, Agent Shackleton?" Aña asked the female agent who was operating the computer.
"Massive barrier weakening in Sector 5," Shackleton replied, her fingers rapidly tapping on the keyboard.
"I can see that," Aña shot Rose Ann a skeptical look, "How is this any different than the other big ones we've detected?"
"Well," Rose Ann sat up in her chair, "Just look at where it's at."
"We've had to clear public areas before," another agent explained, "But not in such a busy area. If you look here, you can see the weakened area's range—"
"We might as well try to evacuate Central Park," Rose Ann cut in, "We've slithered our way into law enforcement a teeny bit in the past, but we can't do this without taking over a whole police squadron, at least." She seemed more interested in how her boss was going to respond rather than the predicament itself.
{Oh, there's an emergency?} Enka's voice spoke in Aña's mind. Although she was now in the first dimension and couldn't use the life energy she wielded in the digital world, Enka and Aña maintained a strong, psychic link. They could still reach out with their minds and contact each other telepathically, even though they were no longer in the second dimension.They could also sense where their partners were located, depending on how far away they were. Aña quickly discovered that Enka was in his room.
{Ah, I see you are awake now, you lazy bum,} she chided, {Get down here. We have trouble.}
{I wasn't sleeping this whole time}
Enka was quickly making his way to the command center, {I was on the internet, reading a fascinating article about cholesterol.}
{Cholesterol of all things?}
{Yes. You know as well as I do that we digimon don't need such substances to survive, unlike humans. Did you know that high concentrations in your blood (also an interesting thing we digimon don't have) can be very hazardous to your health, causing conditions like atherosclerosis, which is a–––}
{Yes, yes, I know! I am a biologist, you nitwit.}
Enka amusedly ignored the remark as he scampered down the corridor.

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Character Portrait: Daren

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Darren swiftly swept from tree to tree, a rather large beast hung from his shoulders, weighing him down a bit. The hunt had been good and his mind had released some of his worries but it wasn't enough to forget the memories. He paused as the visions played through again, they are getting worse, he thought to himself as he stood again and proceeded on his way. After finishing the last bit of his meal Darren began to settle down for the evening, as sleep began to invade his mind he leaned against the trunk of the tree and allowed the dreams to play out.

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Character Portrait: Aña Sharapova Character Portrait: Enka Character Portrait: Rose Ann Lewis

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"Commander," Agent Shackleton said urgently, "The rate of barrier deterioration is accelerating. It has already ruptured in several places. It's very likely that humans and digimon will be able to pass through these barriers without even meaning to. The barrier has never weakened nearly this rapidly before."
"Heck, yeah," Rose Ann agreed, "Usually, the barrier weakens slowly enough to give me time to travel there by plane, check in at a hotel, and get a coffee while I wait for something interesting to happen. Looks like Starbucks will have to wait this time. That's too bad..."
Rose Ann rambled on about coffee as Aña resisted the urge to shut her up. It was a lost cause and, more importantly, she had to think quickly of a solution to the current predicament. Her brow furrowed in deep contemplation, her dark green eyes reflecting the world map on the computer screen.
Most of the map was tinted green, indicating that the barrier was solid and strong, keeping the two dimensions safely apart. Slowly fluctuating shades of blue signaled slight weaknesses, which were mostly ignored as such were common and unimportant. The colors that alarmed the agents to summon the commander were the concentrated splotches of orange above Annapolis, Maryland. Tiny dots of red would appear within the orange spots, then disappear, only to appear again elsewhere more numerous than before. The red indicated complete rupturing of the barrier--the kind that would allow passage to and from the dimensions.
"How much time would it take to get a good number of agents to Annapolis?" Enka inquired calmly as he perched on Aña's right shoulder.
"About half an hour," Aña replied, her voice quiet, "By then and at this rate of barrier deterioration, I estimate at least ten humans will disappear from this dimension and the same number of digimon will be brought here, roaming Annapolis."
"Ten?" Enka murmured, wondering where the number came from.
"It's more of a guess," Aña admitted. It was becoming increasingly clear that she was troubled as her Russian accent intensified. "Portals are very unpredictable, as you know. We don't have sufficient data due to the scarcity of barrier openings."
"There's a chance that nobody will go through the portal," an agent said hopefully.
"Don't count on it," Rose Ann said grimly, "These portals are opening and closing like there's no tomorrow. Commander, what's the plan?"
The room was quiet as the agents anticipated Aña's response.
"Agent Lewis, Enka, be ready to leave for Annapolis in exactly ten minutes," she barked, shattering the silence, "The rest of you record as much data as you can. In one hour, I want to know whether this rift is spreading and if it is, how quickly. Pay attention to the local news. Hack into social media. See if anyone has noticed this phenomenon. Enka, try to get in one of the portals. You and I will attempt to maintain communication as you guide humans trapped in the Second Dimension."
"And how am I to do that, exactly?" Enka asked, startled.
Aña answered him privately, {I do not know.}

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Character Portrait: Enka Character Portrait: Daren Character Portrait: Rose Ann Lewis

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Half an hour later, Rose Ann and Enka were dropped off in Annapolis.
Enka balanced on Rose Ann's bulging backpack in which was packed a few changes of clothes and other essentials. Enka made sure to advise her to pack basic survival gear: a first aid kit, bottled water, a thermal blanket, an all-weather poncho, a dried emergency food, etc.
Rose Ann yawned and stretched in the cool night air, "Now what? You think the chief will be mad if we get a quick coffee?"
Enka chuckled softly, "Actually, I could use a—"
He stopped short and scrambled atop Rose Ann's shoulder, perking his large violet ears.
"What's up with you, fuzzball?" Rose Ann adjusted her pack.
"The portals, I think I can sense one near."
"Ah, that oughtta make our job easier. Well, frankly, I was hoping to get a coffee first—"
"Agent Lewis," Enka interrupted, pointing to a building across the street with his tail, "Behind that museum! Quickly!"
"Hang on there, let me find a crosswalk—"
"No time! Just cross!" Enka urged sternly.
Rose Ann didn't question when he acted like this. She bolted across the four-lane street, shouting, "If I get hit, I'm holding you personally responsible!"
"The portal is closing!"
"Give me a break," she dashed behind the building, "This pack is heavy!"
"Look, Just straight ahead."
Rose Ann collided with the portal before she even saw it. As simply as if they had just walked through a doorway, they were in the Second Dimension.
"Well, that was easy," Rose Ann casually set down her pack before taking in her surroundings. They were in a small clearing surrounded by deciduous trees. It certainly didn't look like they were in another world. Rose Ann was slightly disappointed, but she put on an cheerful smile, "Now let's find those poor souls—"
"Agent Lewis," Enka warned, "There's a yorumon over there."
"A what, now?" Rose spun around to see a shadowy outline of a fox-like humanoid creature.
"Oh," she said quietly, "That..."

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(I'm gonna do a little back tracking just a bit to get back on track)
Darren sat in the branches of his tree feeling satisfied with his catch. He looked out across the forest of trees. 'It's another quiet night' he thought to himself. As he sat quietly alone, he suddenly began to feel a pressure in the air, something he never felt before made the air crackle with energy. Curious and a little wary of what was happening he leapt from his tree once more and proceeded to track the source of the phenomenon. After traveling a bit away from his home he felt his legs suddenly give underneath him as a turret of energy washed over him and he began to fall. He landed in a pile of brush not far from where he fell and as he regained his consciousness he opened his eyes. Standing before him was an unfamiliar digimon and another weird creature. "Who...who are you?" he said as he fell unconscious again.

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Character Portrait: Aña Sharapova Character Portrait: Enka Character Portrait: Daren Character Portrait: Rose Ann Lewis

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"Shoot!" Rose Ann hesitated before running towards the creature. She had to remind herself that although he (or she? she wondered) looked like some wild animal or alien, digimon have minds and think like humans do. If she saw a regular human collapse without warning, she'd naturally rush to help. Helping this digimon shouldn't be any different.
Enka was far ahead of Rose Ann, standing on his hind legs about ten feet away from the creature to get a better look at a safe distance. The creature was clearly unconscious, but the sense of caution that had served Enka when he fought in the Ten-Year War was still with him even now. He proceeded slowly until he approached the yorumon's head, unsure of what to do.
Rose Ann caught up a few seconds later.
"Maybe I should've grabbed the first-aid kit?" she wondered aloud.
"No," Enka muttered, "The supplies in there would only be useful to a human. Digimon don't bleed, neither do their bones break."
"So what's wrong this...guy?" She noted the fox creature's armor and weapons, "You don't think he'll wake up suddenly and attack us, do you? Seems the warrior-type, if you ask me."
Enka closed his eyes and concentrated for a second, "No, his life energy is depleted, it seems. It may take a while for his energy to recover."
"How do you know that?" Rose Ann, reassured, kneeled next to the digimon to get a closer look.
"Recognizing and sensing life energy is a skill all digimon can learn. Humans can learn it too."
"Think I could learn it?"
"Like all techniques requiring life energy, a human would need a digimon partner to tap into that power."
"Yeah, of course..." she mumbled. It hadn't occurred to her until now that maybe she wasn't well-suited for this mission. She was now trapped in the digital world with no way to defend herself. Perhaps Aña only wanted her out of her hair. Rose Ann smiled a bit at the thought. As much as their personalities conflicted, Rose Ann loved the AUA commander like someone would love a grumpy but doting grandmother.
"I'm going to attempt to revive him," Enka said, "It's the decent thing to do. And he may have seen a trapped human around."
He rested his right forepaw on the yorumon's chest and closed his eyes. He focused on the life energy coursing through his body and directed it to his paw and into the digimon. His body began to glow slightly, like a weak fluorescent bulb. About two seconds passed, and the light emanating from his body dimmed completely. He opened his eyes somewhat groggily.
"That should be enough," he thought out loud, "We'll see if anything happens."

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Character Portrait: Daren

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Darren was surrounded in darkness, his body seeming to float as if it was in water. Before him was a screen displaying images in black and white. As Darren continued to watch he realized the images being played out were scenes from his own life. He saw his home village, or what once was his home village, jumping relamon with happy faces filled the screen while a lonely discolored relamon stood in the back. He saw his journey away from home to find his inner peace and then his discovery of the truth. Then he saw images from the Ten Year War and attempted to turn away from the screen. 'I am not that person anymore. Suddenly the images were in front of him again and this time it was an image of him saving a small village from a kawagamon. Darren looked on as tears began to well up in his eyes. The final image he saw was of him taking his own life and becoming a digiegg, and as the scene ended a bright light scattered the darkness and Darren embraced it like an old friend. Darrens eyes opened as they attempted to readjust to the light. Upon sensing several presences nearby he jolted upright, his Katana already released from its sheath. "Friend or foe?" he said with caution in his voice.

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Character Portrait: Enka Character Portrait: Rose Ann Lewis

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Rose Ann jumped back as the digimon unsheathed a long sword. She let out an involuntary squeak of alarm, but quickly attempted to composed herself. She stood up and tried to keep her voice from sounding panicky, "F-friend! We're all friends here, hon! See, now look at me—completely unarmed!" She chuckled nervously as she held up her hands in a surrendering gesture.
Enka had leaped between Rose Ann and the yorumon, the air around him crackling slightly with static electricity. His long tail swept from side to side and his voice was stern, but mild, "We mean no harm to anyone, my friend. We saw you unconscious on the ground and I revived you."
But perhaps too much, he thought to himself.

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Character Portrait: Max Relander Character Portrait: Zento

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His fingers moved rapidly as he saw every inch of documentation. Max was up all night, as he tapped the keys of his keyboard. The smile on his face wide as he knew that he was almost about to crack into the system. "You, are a pain in the ass!" He says in his dorm at 4 in the morning. He had been up all night fighting against the firewall of a website known as UAU. The hacking community all tried and failed at seeing what was on the other side of the wall, and most people made stories about how it was just another trolling arrangement or had unlimited bank account passwords. Max didn't care, as long as he found a way inside.

Another 30 minutes passed as his fingers typed, the codes being just a blur and his eyes reading over everything the wall throwed at him. With a sigh of great relief, he entered the last code and entered the digital archive of UAU. He started scanning through everything, seeing all the files available until he ended up on a peculiar one named 'Experiment D'. He opened it up and saw another folder inside. It being lonely, with the name of 'DigitalWorld'. With a couple of clicks, he blacked out.

What seemed like an eternity later, he found himself surrounded by vegetation. "Where in the world am I?" He asked, looking around standing up. He sighed, "This is one weird ass dream." He said, moving off. He came upon a small, purple dragon looking thing. He went down and petted it. "Hey little buddy... what's your name?" He asked, not knowing what this purple Draakmon would do.

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Character Portrait: Enka Character Portrait: Daren Character Portrait: Rose Ann Lewis

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(I'm so sorry for my long absence! i will try and make it up today)
Darren sheathed his swords in a flash and quickly got to his knees and bowed to them his nose nearly touching the ground. "I am terribly sorry, I thank you for your assistance." He quickly got to his feet and began to walk in the direction of his tree home before he crumpled to the ground again, his legs week.

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Character Portrait: Max Relander Character Portrait: Zento

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Zento had been casually minding her own business when she felt a warm hand pat her head. Whatever it was it did not smell like anything she had ever smelt before. Before she turned to see whatever it was touching her without permission it spoke. In a voice that could only mean one thing.

The small purple baby stepped back before showing her teeth to this .... human.
' How in earth did you get here?' she chirped with a high pitch growl.
She didn't really think he was going to bring her any harm, but in this form she couldn't really protect herself if he did yet something was forcing her to stay.

She was now presented with an inner struggle, she could either take a chunk from this boys hand or submit to him. She waited on his next move before deciding the next move.

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Character Portrait: Enka Character Portrait: Daren Character Portrait: Rose Ann Lewis

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"Oh...my," Rose Ann blinked, surprised at the digimon's startlingly formal apology. She was expecting far less cooperation and was even about to prepare herself to jump out of the way to give Enka room to call down a bolt of lightning and, in effect, beat the heck out of some ferocious digimon. She reminded herself that this wasn't some feral animal—digimon were just as mentally capable of courtesy as any human. But still, this creature's gallantry was almost too much. That didn't stop Rose Ann from feeling flattered, though.
Enka was equally caught off-guard. It took half a second to collect himself as the yorumon swiftly arose and began to walk away. He was about to call him back, but the fox-like creature fell to the ground.
Rose Ann, whose mistrust had instantly diminished, was by the fallen digimon's side before Enka could react. With the slightest hesitation, she stooped down to place a hand on the yorumon's shoulder. She said as soothingly as she could, "Why don't you sit yourself down for a bit, hm? You're not fit to be walking."

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Character Portrait: Enka Character Portrait: Daren Character Portrait: Rose Ann Lewis

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Rose Ann cried out slightly as the fox creature slumped unconscious. She shifted her position to support his back and laid him down gently on the grass. She bit her lip in worry. She had been trained in basic procedures for medical emergencies, but everything she learned was for humans. If what Enka had said was true about digimon be that different from humans, she had no idea how to treat a fainted digimon.
Enka walked slowly toward the two. He was growing tired very quickly. He stood over the yorumon's head and examined him.
"I know what the problem is," he said, his breaths becoming heavier, "The rupture in the barrier has caused almost all of the life energy in this area to escape. It's affecting me as well as our friend here. We need to get out of here. Now."
Without hesitation Rose Ann lifted the yorumon to a limp sitting position, then brought his arms over her shoulders so she could carry him on her back.
It was more like dragging than carrying. Rose Ann was no bodybuilder, and she was shorter than the yorumon so his feet dragged behind as she trudged along. Enka walked a couple meters behind. After five minutes of the awkward trek, they approached a thicker cluster of trees.
"Here is fine," Enka announced as he walked under the shelter of a large, umbrella-shaped tree.
Rose Ann followed. She tried to be gentle, but she was too exhausted and ended dropping the yorumon far more roughly than she intended.
She sighed heavily in relief as she leaned back against the tree, her eyelids heavy.
"I could use a Starbucks. Right now," she mumbled, pulling up a corner of her mouth in a wincing smile.

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Character Portrait: Enka Character Portrait: Daren Character Portrait: Rose Ann Lewis

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Darren let out a small moan a few hours later, he looked around his surroundings becoming away of two presences nearby. he peered through the twilight as morning began to arrive. He discovered the strange creature from before resting against a nearby tree, it seemed to be sleeping as its eyes were closed and it mumbled under its breath. Darren was only able to catch bit and pieces of it but it appeared she was dreaming about something called a starbucks. As he continued to scan the area he saw the digimon from before, looking out towards the sky seeming to be on watch. "wha...what happened?" he asked softly as not to wake the strange creature against the tree.

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