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    |デジモン テイマーズ バトル スピリット FAQ                |
    |Digimon Tamers: Battle Spirit For Wonderswan Color FAQ   |
    |By: "Sonic T Hedgehog" Casey Correa                      |
    |Copyright 2002-2003 Casey Correa                         |
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    Table of Contents
    I. Introduction
    II. Copyright Info
    III. News and Updates
    IV. Story
    V. Menus 
    VI. Controls
    VII. Items and Status Effects
    VIII. Characters
    IX. Stages
    X. Stratagies 
    XI. Boss Stratagies
    XII. Secret Characters
    XIII. VS. Mode Secrets
    XIV. FAQ
    XV. Contact Info
    XVI. Closing
    XVII. Credits
    I. Introduction
    Hi, welcome to my FAQ for "Digimon Tamers: Battle Spirit". This is my first 
    FAQ, it is for the Wonderswan Color game, "Digimon Tamers: Battle 
    Spirit". "Digimon Tamers: Battle Spirit" is a 2d fighting game that involves 
    collecting "D-Spirits" from your enemy instead of draining their life bar. 
    Whoever collects the most D-Spirits within the time limit wins the match. Oh 
    yeah, this FAQ was composed using JWPce, and uses Shift-JIS Japanese font. And 
    before e-mailing me, make sure to read the contact info.
    II. Copyright Info
    This Game Guide (or "FAQ"), is copyright 2003 by Casey Correa. This "FAQ" may 
    not be reproduced under any circumstances except for personal, private use. It 
    may not be placed on any web site or otherwise distributed publicly without 
    advance written permission. Use of this guide on any other web site or as a 
    part of any public display is strictly prohibited, and a violation of 
    copyright. The only web sites that are allowed to host this are GameFAQs.com 
    and HonestGamers.com, if you see this on any other web site, then they are 
    hosting this FAQ illegally or linking to this FAQ illegally. If you see this 
    FAQ on any other web site, contact me immediately.
    III. News and Updates
    December 14, 2002: Started writing this FAQ
    December 19, 2002: Submitted this FAQ to GameFAQs
    December 22, 2002: Guide was posted on GameFAQs on the Wonderswan Color page.
    December 22, 2002: Fixed the format and font
    December 23, 2002: Fixed some errors
    December 30, 2002: Updated the info of the Secret Characters, and updated the 
    copyright info and credits.
    January 18, 2003: Added the Vs. mode secrets section, updated the FAQ (added 
    info about the WonderSwan Color, and the Game Boy Advance version). Hopefully, 
    after this update, CJayC will put this FAQ in the Game Boy Advance section 
    too, since both versions are pretty much the same.
    March 13, 2003: Fixed the Format a little.
    April 22, 2003: Fixed the Format some more.
    May 3, 2003: Changed some headers
    December 8, 2004: Submitted to HonestGamers.com
    IV. Story
    The end of 2001: An unknown Digimon of immense power has been born in the 
    Digital World. Every time a Digimon goes near this unknown Digimon's power, 
    the Digimon would be deleted in an instant by the unknown Digimon. Pretty 
    soon, the unknown Digimon started to affect the computers in the real world. 
    Some Digimon soon were able to form a resistance against the unknown Digimon. 
    This resistance consisted of 7 Digimon, 4 from different dimensions. Now they 
    must beat this mysterious Digimon and his equally mysterious servant to save 
    the Real World and Digital World.
    V. Menus
    Main Menu
    Single Player Battle: The main game
    Battle a Friend: Link-up with another Wonderswan Color to battle your friend
    Options Menu: Tweak the game settings
    Battle a D-Ark: Battle the D-Ark electronic toy
    Options Menu
    しあいじかん 90、120、180
    Time limit  90 (Culumon appears once), 120 (Culumon: Once), 180 (Culumon: 
    むずかしさ かんたん、ふつう、むずかしい
    Difficulty  Easy (Enemies taunt more than they attack), Medium (Enemies are a 
    little tougher), Hard (Enemies: ATTACK, ATTACK, ATTACK!!!)
    サウンドテスト 1ー25
    Sound Test  1-25: Listen to your favorite songs from the game
    データをけす いいえ、はい
    Pause Menu
    Continue Game
    Exit to title
    VI. Controls
    B: Normal Attack
    A: Jump
    X1: None
    X2: Move Right
    X3: Block (Uses Evolution Energy)
    X4: Move Left
    Y buttons: Taunt
    X3+A: Jump Down
    X2+X2 or X4+X4: Run
    B (While running): Running attack
    B (While in the air): Jumping attack
    X1+B: Special Attack
    X1+B (While in the air): Air Special attack
    X3+B (While over an item): Pick up an item
    B (While holding an item): Throw an item
    GameBoy Advance Controls, just replace the WSC control with the GBA control:
    Wonderswan Color button-Gameboy Advance button
    Y buttons-L&R
    VII. Items and Status Effects
    Baseball: Thrown straight, takes 1 D-Spirit
    Rock: Thrown up, then it comes down, takes 2 D-spirit and knocks the enemy 
    Gear: Causes Confusion
    Lightning icon: Causes Shock status to the enemy, takes 2 D-Spirit 
    Fire icon: Causes Fire status to the enemy, takes 2 D-Spirit
    Clock: Causes Stop
    Culumon: Every time Culumon appears on the screen, you will hear a tone. He 
    appears one time at around 30 seconds on the 90 seconds setting, one time at 
    around 1 minute on the 120 second setting, and two times at 2 minutes and at 1 
    minute on the 180 second setting. When you (or the enemy) touches Culumon you 
    (or the enemy) evolves. The Digimon's power will increase, and the Digimon 
    will be invulnerable to all attacks and status effects while evolved. Of 
    course, you have a limited time in this state. The orange bar at the top of 
    the screen tells you how much time you have left in your evolved state. When 
    the bar runs out, you revert back to your (weak) Child Digimon.
    Status Effects
    Shock: The Digimon affected by this effect will look electrocuted, they can 
    not do anything in this state. If it was done with a lightning icon, they will 
    lose 2 D-Spirit, and if it was done naturally (Lightning bolt, etc.), the 
    Digimon will lose 1 D-Spirit unless said different. Oh yeah, did I mention 
    that if you touch a shocked Digimon, you get shocked too? And although you 
    cannot touch them, that doesn't mean they are invulnerable...
    Fire: The Digimon affected by this will run around with their tail on fire, 
    all they can do is jump. Once again, if affected by a fire icon, the Digimon 
    will lose 2 D-Spirit, and if it is done naturally it will take away one D-
    Spirit unless said otherwise. Unlike Shock, you can touch a Digimon on fire 
    without getting the effect.
    Stop: The Digimon affected by this will have a clock above their head, they 
    cannot do anything while in this state. This leaves them open to any attack. 
    The only way to get this effect is to be hit by a clock.
    Confusion: The Digimon affected by this will have little stars over their 
    head, their movement is reversed. It's quite simple to get used to this, when 
    you want to move left, press the X2 button, when you want to move right, press 
    the X4 button. The only way to get this is to get a gear item thrown at you.
    VIII. Characters
    The character descriptions will be like this:
    Normal Attack: Attack (D-spirits it gets from the enemy)
    Special Attack: Attack (D-spirits it gets from the enemy)
    Running Attack: Attack (D-spirits it gets from the enemy)
    Jumping Attack: Attack (D-spirits it gets from the enemy)
    Air Special Attack: Attack (D-spirits it gets from the enemy)
    Summary: Explaination about the Digimon
    Evolves to:
    Info about the Evolution
    Evolution Summary:
    ギルモン Guilmon
    Tamer: まつだ たかと Takato Matsuda
    Series: デジモン テイーマズ Digimon Tamers
    Normal Attack: Rock Breaker (1)
    Special Attack: Fireball (1)
    Running Attack: Fire Rock Breaker (2)
    Jumping Attack: Wild Scratch (1-4)
    Air Special Attack: Air Fireball (1)
    Taunt: Eats Bread
    Taunt 2 (X3+B): Concentration
    Summary: Guilmon is a very fast Digimon, he has a good running attack. But his 
    jumping attack is tough to land correctly. He's one of the few characters with 
    two taunts, his second taunt powers up his next attack by 1 D-Spirit (For 
    Example, use Concentration, then use Rock Breaker, and it will take away 2 D-
    Spirit instead of 1). His fireball attack has a bit of recoil, and most of his 
    attacks are quite weak, but he is a good Digimon.
    Evolves to: ヂュークモン Dukemon
    Normal Attack: Saber Slash (4)
    Special Attack: Royal Saber (4)
    Running Attack: Running Saber Slash (4)
    Jumping Attack: Air Saber Slash (4)
    Air Special Attack: Final Elysian (4)
    Summary: Dukemon is a fast Digimon, espescially for an evolution. His attacks 
    are quick and powerful, taking 4 D-Spirits. Overall, he is one of the best 
    evolutions, with his speed, power, and good range for attacks.
    テリアモン Terriermon
    Tamer: リー ジェンリャ Jenrya Lee
    Series: デジモン テイマーズ Digimon Tamers
    Normal Attack: Hit enemy two times with ears (1-2) 
    Special Attack: Blazing Fire (1-3)
    Running Attack: Petit Twister (2)
    Jumping Attack: Air Petit Twister (2)
    Air Special Attack: Whirlwind (1)
    Taunt: Terriermon lifts dumbells with his ears
    Summary: Terriermon is quite strong for such a little guy. His Spinning attack 
    is quite useful and powerful. His Blazing Fire is quite useless, it doesn't 
    reach very far, and it leaves Terriermon standing still the whole time, the 
    only plus being that it is able to get up to 3 D-Spirit, but it is tough to 
    do. Terriermon can use his ears to glide.
    Evolves to: セントガルゴモン SaintGalgomon
    Normal Attack: Burst Shot (3) 
    Special Attack: Giant Missle (4)
    Running Attack: Charge (4)
    Jumping Attack: Stomp (3)
    Air Special Attack: Uppercut (4)
    Summary: SaintGalgomon can be quite strong, but his attacks are hard to hit an 
    enemy with. His uppercut attack requires the enemy to be above him, his stomp 
    attack requires the enemy to be below him. Like Terriermon, SaintGalgomon can 
    レナモン Renamon
    Tamer: まきの るき Ruki Makino
    Series: デジモン テイマーズ Digimon Tamers
    Normal Attack: 2 kicks (1-2)
    Special Attack: Fox Leaf Arrowhead (1)
    Running Attack: Running Claw Slash (2)
    Jumping Attack: Jump Kick (1)
    Air Special Attack: Air Fox Leaf Arrowhead (1)
    Taunt: Renamon turns into Ruki, who does a card slash, then turns back into 
    Summary: Renamon is suprisingly slow, espescially since in the show, she is 
    the fastest. Her attacks are also weak compared to the other two Tamers 
    Evolves to: サクヤモン Sakuyamon
    Normal Attack: One kick (4)
    Special Attack: Rice Cord (3+Shock)
    Running Attack: Slide Kick (4)
    Jumping Attack: Jump Kick, then a slide kick when she reaches the ground (4)
    Air Special Attack: Vajra Mandala (3+Fire)
    Summary: Sakuyamon may seem weak at first, but she can unleash an excellent 
    combo using Rice Cord, then using Vajra Mandala, taking 6 D-Spirit from the 
    ブイモン V-mon
    Tamer: もとみや だいすけ Daisuke Motomiya
    Series: デジモン アドベンチャー02 Digimon Adventure 02
    Normal Attack: Boom Boom Punch (1-4)
    Special Attack: V-mon Head (2)
    Running Attack: Arm Spin (1-3)
    Jumping Attack: Soccer kick (1)
    Air Special Attack: Air V-mon Head (2)
    Taunt: V-mon bounces a soccer ball on his head while wearing a soccer uniform
    Summary: V-mon is one of my favorite Digimon to use. His Boom Boom Punch can 
    take a lot of damage. His V-mon Head attack can be quite useful in the air, as 
    it could be used as a extra jump. The only disadvantage to V-mon is that he 
    has no long-range attacks.
    Evolves to: インペリアルドッラモン パラディンーモード 
    Imperialdramon Paladin Mode
    Normal Attack: Imperial Claw (4)
    Special Attack: Giga Death (3+Shock)
    Running Attack: Omega Blade (4)
    Jumping Attack: Imperial Kick (4)
    Air Special Attack: Positron Laser (3+Shock)
    Summary: Imperialdramon Paladin Mode is great. His attacks are powerful, he 
    has a good speed, and his Omega Blade attack is a must-see for a regular 
    ワームモン Wormmon
    Tamer: いちじょうじ けん Ken Ichijouji
    Series: デジモン アドベンチャー02 Digimon Adventure 02
    Normal Attack: Worm Scratch (1)
    Special Attack: Silk Thread (1)
    Running Attack: Worm Wheel (2)
    Jumping Attack: Air Worm Wheel (1)
    Air Special Attack: Air Worm Wheel (1)
    Taunt: Wormmon holds something in the air, either food or the symbol of 
    Taunt 2 (Asfar as I know, It's random): Wormmon puts on a Digimon Kaizer 
    Costume, and starts waving a whip in front of him O_o. (1-3)
    Summary: Wormmon is quite slow and has very little strength. His second taunt 
    can harm the enemy, and his Worm Wheel is quick. 
    Evolves to: インペリアルドラモン ファイターモード 
    Imperialdramon Fighter Mode
    Normal Attack: Imperial Claw (4)
    Special Attack: Giga Death (3+Shock)
    Running Attack: Imperial Crusher (1-4)
    Jumping Attack: Imperial Kick (4)
    Air Special Attack: Positron Laser (3+Shock)
    Summary: Just like Paladin Mode, only with a worse running attack, and a 
    different color.
    アグモン Agumon
    Tamer: やがみ たいち Taichi Yagami
    Series: デジモン アドベンチャー Digimon Adventure
    Normal Attack: Claws (1-2)
    Special Attack: Baby Flame (1)
    Running Attack: Cross Night (1-6)
    Jumping Attack: Dynamite Kick (1-3)
    Air Special Attack: Air Baby Flame (1)
    Taunt: Agumon Poops...
    Summary: Agumon has some weak attacks, but his Cross Night and normal attacks 
    are great and damaging combos. Agumon attacks quite slowly, and you are likely 
    to get hit before doing it. Oh yeah, his poop can be used as an attack.
    Evolves to: ウォーグレイモン WarGreymon
    Normal Attack: Dramon Killer (4)
    Special Attack: Gaia Force (4)
    Running Attack: Dramon Tackle (4)
    Jumping Attack: Air Dramon Killer (3)
    Air Special Attack: Gaia Force (4)
    Summary: WarGreymon is VERY powerful, but his Gaia Force attack takes awhile 
    to charge up. Also, just running activates the Dramon Tackle, but this makes 
    WarGreymon very slow.
    スカモン Sukamon
    Tamer: チュウモン Chuumon
    Series: デジモン アドベンチャー Digimon Adventure
    Normal Attack: Desperate Smash (1)
    Special Attack: Poop Throw (1)
    Running Attack: Desperate Smash (2)
    Jumping Attack: Air Desperate Smash (1)
    Air Special Attack: Air Poop Throw (1)
    Taunt: Sukamon poops...
    Summary: Sukamon, one of the weakest Digimon in the game. His Desperate Smash 
    is tough to get used to at first, and his Poop Throw can only work if the 
    enemy touches it on the ground.
    Evolves to: エテモン Etemon
    Normal Attack: Grateful Knock (4)
    Special Attack: Dark Spirits (4)
    Running Attack: Dashing Grateful Knock (4)
    Jumping Attack: Love Seranade (4)
    Air Special Attack: Air Dark Spirits (4)
    Summary: Etemon is one of the most powerful regular Digimon Evolutions in the 
    game. His attacks are powerful and quick. His Dark Network attack is tough to 
    get used to, as it usually curves up.
    IX. Stages
    The Stage sections will be layed out like this:
    The Digimon that you fight in it: 
    Item Digimon: 
    Toy Land
    Digimon: テリアモン Terriermon
    Item Digimon: ベタモン Betamon
    Hazards: The stage layout itself is quite confusing and will require you to 
    jump a lot
    Digimon: アグモン Agumon
    Item Digimon: ゴツモン Gotsumon
    Hazards: The Gotsumon themselves are the hazards of this stage, they spawn 
    everywhere, and they sometimes appear as boulders.
    Server Desert
    Digimon: ブイモン V-mon
    Item Digimon: ヌメモン Numemon
    Hazards: The desert sand will slow you to a crawl and the balloons floating at 
    the top of the stage will knock you down.
    Digimon: ギルン Guilmon
    Item Digimon: ムシュモン Mushmon
    Hazards: When the volcano erupts and the sky turns red, fireballs will come 
    down from the sky.
    Temple of the Gods
    Digimon: レナモン Renamon
    Item Digimon: ピコデビモン PicoDevimon
    Hazards: Normal (White) Lightning will shock you, yellow lightning will shock 
    you AND destroy parts of those platforms.
    Digimon Kaizer's Base
    Digimon: ワームモン Wormmon
    Item Digimon: バケモン Bakemon
    Hazards: Those conveyor belts will carry the D-Spirits, and if they reach the 
    ends of the big conveyor, they will drop down into a pit. You can switch their 
    direction by pressing the big button in the middle of the room.
    Outside of Odaiba
    Digimon: スカモン Sukamon
    Item Digimon: ペンモン Penmon
    Hazards: The whole stage is ice, so it is VERY slippery, when you are running, 
    it will be tough to turn around and stop.  Also, the Penmon are very 
    troublesome and will slide across the stage sometimes, when they hit you, they 
    fall off the stage.
    Final Stage
    Digimon: ミレニアモン Final Boss
    Item Digimon: None
    Hazards: The final boss himself
    X. Strategies
    1. Go after Culumon when he appears, try not to let your enemy get him.
    2. Know the hazards of the stage.
    3. Know and dodge the enemy's attacks
    4. Watch out when the enemy has an item.
    5. If your enemy evolves instead of you, RUN!!! Find a safe high place.
    6. Listen for Culumon's tone, and listen for any music changes to make sure 
    the enemy doesn't evolve.
    7. Battles 4-7 are random. Battles 1-3 are always Terriermon, Agumon, and V-
    XI. Boss Strategies
    インプモン Impmon: On Battle 4, 5, or 6, it will look like a normal battle, 
    but before it, Impmon will shoot a fireball at your opponent. Your opponent 
    will then run off screen and Impmon will appear, make the screen red, then the 
    battle will begin. For a Rookie, he is VERY powerful, some think he is tougher 
    than the final boss. Impmon is fast, strong, has some pretty annoying attacks, 
    and he is a D-Spirit magnet (As in, when the D-Spirit stops moving, they go 
    straight to Impmon). This makes him quite troublesome. Luckily, when Impmon 
    made the background red, he also removed all the hazards of the stage (The 
    Item Digimon are still there). 
    Impmon is very fast, but he does have his weaknesses. Impmon can only shoot 
    one Fireball at a time, if you get hit by his Fireball, you lose 2 D-Spirit 
    and you get the Fire status. Use his one fireball at a time rule to your 
    advantage, by dodging the Fireball and attacking Impmon before the fireball 
    dissapears. Impmon's D-Spirit attraction is quite annoying too. Try to catch 
    the D-Spirit before they reach Impmon. When Culumon comes around, get him. 
    Once you evolve, ATTACK IMPMON!!! Catch the D-Spirit when it comes back to 
    him, if you hand out a lot of punishment, then you don't have to do as much to 
    get more D-Spirit from him. Just dodge his attacks and get any D-Spirit before 
    he does. There's not much advice I can give you except hit him with your best 
    attacks, Evolve, and catch all the D-Spirit you can before he gets it.
    ミレニアモン Milleniumon: The Final battle, it should remind you of a Marvel 
    vs. Capcom boss battle, where you can only hit certain parts. When it begins, 
    Milleniumon will fire a blast of energy at you that will knock you out. 
    Luckily, Culumon will come around and revive you. But not only that, Culumon 
    will give you a power boost (8 D-Spirits+your own power) to be able to survive 
    Milleniumon's blasts. Milleniumon will Roar and the Battle will begin. Now, 
    you have 4:00 on the clock. This battle can end in 3 ways: You KO Milleniumon, 
    Milleniumon KOs you, or the time runs out and you lose. Here are Milleniumon's 
    Energy Blast (2+Shock): Milleniumon puts his hands together and charges up a 
    blast. After it is charged he will follow you until he can hit you, then he 
    will fire. There are two ways to avoid this: 
    1. Hide under those one of those 2 orange platforms. Be careful, because once 
    he hits it, it will dissapear for a while. The platform won't be fully 
    regenerated until it is glowing orange again.
    2. RUN FOR YOUR LIFE!!! Yes, it is possible to run away from those blasts, but 
    it is tough to do. Just keep running and hope the blast doesn't hit you.
    Cannon Fire (1-6+Fire, 6 per wave, damage depends on how many bullets you get 
    hit by): Milleniumon retreats into the background (Where you can't hit him) 
    and fires a barrage of cannon fire. He will fire the cannons in 1-3 waves, and 
    the cannon fire will always land in a Triangle shape starting from where you 
    were when Milleniumon fired his cannons. It's pretty easy to avoid unless you 
    get caught in...
    Time Unlimited (0+Slow): It starts when Milleniumon gets in his roaring 
    position, but instead of roaring, a black orb forms in his mouth. When you see 
    this... RUN! If it hits you, then you are slowed to a crawl, then Milleniumon 
    will go into the background and fire off 3 waves of Cannon Fire, which you are 
    sure to get hit by. If the black orb misses you, then it will turn into an 
    The Key to attacking Milleniumon is hitting his head while he is in the 
    foreground. When you lower his health half way, he will turn Blue, when he is 
    almost dead, he will turn orange. He is flying in the air so jump attacks are 
    more likely to hit, just use the orange and higher blue platforms. The 
    strategy for Milleniumon is the same for Impmon, just keep attacking him 
    (while avoiding his attacks, remember, you have limited life), and when 
    Culumon comes around, evolve and attack Milleniumon with all your might.
    XII.Secret Characters
    アグモン Agumon (Virus)
    Tamer: None
    Series: デジモン アドベンー02 Digimon Adventure 02
    How to Unlock: Beat the game with any 2 characters.
    Normal Attack: Bite (2)
    Special Attack: Baby Flame (1)
    Running Attack: Cross Night (1-6)
    Jumping Attack: Dynamite Kick (1-3)
    Air Special Attack: Air Baby Flame (1)
    Taunt: Agumon Poops... (1)
    Summary: Same as Agumon, only with a slower, more powerful, normal attack.
    Evolves to: ブラックウォーグレイモン BlackWarGreymon
    Normal Attack: Dramon Killer (4)
    Special Attack: Gaia Force (4)
    Running Attack: Dramon Tackle (4)
    Jumping Attack: Air Dramon Killer (3)
    Air Special Attack: Gaia Force (4)
    Summary: Same as WarGreymon, only black.
    ロップモン Lopmon
    Tamer: ウォレス
    Series: デジモン アベンチャー02 デジモンハリケーン上陸 Digimon Adventure 
    02: Digimon Hurricane Touchdown!!!
    How to Unlock: Beat the game with any 3 characters, except for the ones you 
    used to get Agumon (Virus)
    Normal Attack: Lop Rush (1-4)
    Special Attack: Blazing Ice (1)
    Running Attack: Petit Twister (1-4)
    Jumping Attack: Air Petit Twister (1-4)
    Air Special Attack: Air Blazing Ice (1)
    Taunt: Lopmon jumps rope using his ears.
    Summary: Lopmon is quite good, his attacks are multi-hitting and powerful. He 
    is also fast and he can glide with his ears like Terriermon.
    Evolves to: チェルビモン Cherubimon (Virus)
    Normal Attack: Cherubi Finger (4)
    Special Attack: Heaven's Judgement (4)
    Special Attack 2 (X3+B): Heaven's Judgement (Attracts any nearby D-Spirit)
    Running Attack: Dashing Cherubi Finger (4)
    Jumping Attack: Cherubi Smash (4)
    Air Special Attack:  Cherubi Smash (4)
    Summary: Cherubimon is very powerful, but he is slow and has a hard time 
    landing after a long fall. His Heaven's Judgement attack is hard to hit an 
    enemy with since you need to be on the same level as the enemy in order to 
    suck him in. Although, his second Heaven's Judgement is incredibly useful, as 
    it serves as a D-Spirit magnet.
    ガブモン Gabumon
    Tamer: いしだ やまと Yamato Ishida
    Series: デジモン アドベンチャー Digimon Adventure
    How to Unlock: Beat the game with all the normal Digimon and the two Digimon 
    you've unlocked.
    Normal Attack: Machine Gun Jab (1-4)
    Special Attack: Petit Fire (1)
    Running Attack: Crash Nail (2)
    Jumping Attack: Drill Horn (1-7)
    Air Special Attack:  Drill Horn Special (1-7)
    Taunt: Gabumon pulls out an electric guitar and starts playing it.
    Summary: Gabumon is an all-offense Digimon. His Attacks are powerful, but he 
    is quite slow, and his attacks are hard to hit with.
    Evolves to: オメガモン Omegamon
    Normal Attack: Grey Sword (3)
    Special Attack: Garuru Cannon (4)
    Running Attack: Dashing Grey Sword (2)
    Jumping Attack: Air Grey Sword (4)
    Air Special Attack: Air Garuru Cannon (4)
    Summary: Omegamon is pretty good. His Garuru Cannon can fire multiple 
    times,just keep pressing the B button. This is useful if you miss the first 
    time. His Grey sword is good for close combat, although it could be more 
    powerful. His speed is also pretty good. 
    アグモン Extra Agumon
    Tamer: やがみ たいち Taichi Yagami
    Series: デジモン アどベンチャー ぼくらのウォーゲーム Digimon Adventure: Our 
    War Game
    How to Unlock: Extra Agumon is unlocked with Gabumon.
    Normal Attack: Claws (1-2)
    Special Attack: Baby Flame (1)
    Running Attack: Cross Night (1-6)
    Jumping Attack: Dynamite Kick (1-3)
    Air Special Attack: Air Baby Flame (1)
    Taunt: Agumon Poops... (1)
    Summary: Just like the original, only with a floating ability.
    Evolves to: オメガモン Omegamon
    Normal Attack: Grey Sword (3)
    Special Attack: Garuru Cannon (4)
    Running Attack: Dashing Grey Sword (2)
    Jumping Attack: Air Grey Sword (4)
    Air Special Attack: Air Garuru Cannon (4)
    Summary: Just like Gabumon's Omegamon. Nothing different about this one.
    インプモン Impmon
    Tamer: None
    Series: デジモン テイマース Digimon Tamers
    How to unlock: Collect 300 or more D-Spirit throughout one game.
    Normal Attack: Night of Fire (2+Fire)
    Special Attack: Summon (3)
    Running Attack: Dashing Night of Fire (2+Fire)
    Jumping Attack: Air Night of Fire (2+Fire)
    Air Special Attack: Air Night of Fire (2+Fire)
    Taunt: Impmon Explodes (1)
    Summary: Impmon has a limited variety of attacks, can only shoot one Night of 
    Fire at a time, and doesn't have his D-Spirit attracting ability like the one 
    you fight. Of course, Impmon is powerful, and quick.
    Evolves to: NOBODY!!!
    Summary: When you touch Culumon he runs away.
    XIII. VS. Mode Secrets
    Yes, there are ways to unlock Digimon without having to beat the game with so 
    many times. I haven't tried these yet, but I got them off of Bandai's Japanese 
    web site.
    1. If you win once in vs. mode, the "Culumon Tip" increases.
    2. If you win 5 times in vs. mode, then beat the game, two Digimon will be 
    3. If you beat the game, then win against the D-Ark, one Digimon will be 
    XIV. FAQ
    Q: How do I get 300 spirit!? It seems impossible!
    A: It can be quite simple, just set the difficulty to easy, the time to 180 
    seconds, and choose a Digimon that is fast and can get a lot of D-Spirit in 
    each battle (Like V-mon, Lopmon, etc.).
    Q: Do I need to have a certain difficulty/time/# of continues used in order to 
    unlock the secret characters?
    A: No.
    Q: I beat the game, and a password appeared, what do I do with it?
    A: The password you recieve when you beat the game is for Digimon Tamers: 
    Battle Evolution (US: Digimon Rumble Arena) for the Playstation. The passwords 
    unlock hidden characters in Digimon Tamers: Battle Evolution.
    Q: What are the names of the evolution music?
    A: Digimon Adventure Digimon: Braveheart
    Digimon Adventure 02 Digimon: Beat Hit!
    Digimon Tamers Digimon: E.V.O.
    Q: Can Impmon evolve in this game?
    A: NO!
    Q: Why not?
    A: Beelzebumon wasn't released when this game came out, most likely. 
    Q: Can I play as Milleniumon/Culumon/Item Digimon?
    Q: Did you make up the names for the Stages?
    A: For some of them, yes. For most, it was pretty easy to guess where it was 
    by what the foreground looked like.
    Q: Will this game come out in the U.S.?
    A: For the Wonderswan: No. For the Game Boy Advance: Yes
    Q: What are the differences between the JP Wonderswan Color version and the US 
    Game Boy Advance version?
    A: -A New title screen
    - Removed D-Ark option
    - Replaced the 3 evolution musics with one evolution music for all Digimon.
    Also, to let you know, Digimon Battle Spirit for the GBA is based off of this 
    game, not Digimon Tamers: Battle Spirit 1.5.
    Q: Why do you use the Japanese names?
    A: I'm used to using them.
    Q: What's "Digimon Battle Spirit 1.5" and "Digimon Frontier Battle Spirit"?
    A: Digimon Tamers: Battle Spirit 1.5 is an upgrade to Digimon Battle Spirit, 
    it includes two more normal characters (Patamon-Seraphimon, Tailmon-
    Orphanimon), two new hidden characters (Impmon-Beelzebumon, Extra Guilmon-
    Dukemon Crimson Mode), and a new final boss (ZeedMilleniumon). It also has a 
    new mini-game ("Digimon Shoot"), a new "Tag" system (Which rates you) and 3 new
    stages (On top of Locomon, PetiPeti Falls, a new stage for Impmon). 
    Digimon Frontier Battle Spirit is Battle Spirit with Digimon Frontier 
    characters and stages. You can slide evolve, and even evolve into an Ancient 
    Digimon when youcollect 5 Ancient Spirits. Apparently, the battles in this game
    contains enemies (Toyagumon, Candmon, etc.) from Digimon Frontier, as the item
    Q: What's the Wonderswan Color?
    A: The Wonderswan Color is a Japan-only portable system made by Bandai, it can 
    play it's predecessor, Wonderswan's, games. It has done quite good in Japan, 
    selling over 1000 systems a week, and for quite a while, it was selling more 
    systems than the XBox in Japan. In 2002, Bandai released a new version of the 
    Wonderswan Color, called the SwanCrystal, with a bigger and better screen, 
    which significantly reduced blurring. The majority of games for the WSC was 
    RPGs, most of them being based off of animes. Some of the more famous games 
    for it were the remakes of Final Fantasy I,II, and IV.
    Q: Should I get the Wonderswan Color or the SwanCrystal?
    A: The SwanCrystal if you want a better screen. The Wonderswan Color if you 
    don't want to spend more money to buy a SwanCrystal, as I've seen the WSC 
    going for $40 in some places. There are no SwanCrystal-specific games, so you 
    can play all the new games on the WSC.
    XV. Contact Info
    Before e-mailing me, let me lay down a few guidelines:
    1. NO SPAM whatsoever! I don't want to visit your crappy website, sign your 
    petition that will never work, join your inane clubs, or buy your defective 
    3. No death threats, no hacking threats, no virus threats, no actual viruses. 
    If you want help with this game, you don't need to threaten me.
    4. Don't ask questions that are already answered in this guide.
    5. Don't e-mail me fake codes (Play as Milleniumon/Culumon/Item Digimon, 
    hidden stages, etc.).
    6. Don't flood my inbox with e-mails (As in, sending the same message numerous 
    7. Don't e-mail me asking me to put my FAQ on your web site.
    8. Don't e-mail me asking for ROMs
    9. No e-mails over 100KB (That's how big the Klez Virus usually is)
    And now, the moment you've been waiting for...
    My e-mail address!
    make sure to follow ALL the guidelines when e-mailing me!
    XVI. Closing
    And so ends my first FAQ. This is quite a good game, and I suggest playing it 
    on the Wonderswan Color (Actually, I suggest getting 1.5 instead, with all 
    it's upgrades, it's a much better buy, or even Digimon Frontier: Battle Spirit 
    if you like the Frontier characters). Anyways, thank you for your time reading 
    this guide. If you like it, good. If you don't like it, make a better one then 
    (Although I can imagine a surge of FAQs when the GBA version comes out). 
    Finally, I would like to thank all those people in my credits section.
    XVII. Credits
    Most of all, I want to thank デジモン テイマーズVの舘 (Digimon Tamers V no 
    Yakata "The Digimon Tamers V Page") http://www.geocities.co.jp/Playtown-
    Domino/3813/ without this web site, I wouldn't know about most of the attack 
    names, story, and info about hidden characters for this game.
    I would also like to thank Grace Anderson (Megchan) and her Digimon 
    Encyclopedia, which, once again, without it, I wouldn't have some of the 
    Attack names.
    I would like to thank Bandai for making the Digimon V-Pets and Games (Along 
    with the Wonderswan Color).
    I would also like to thank Glenn Rosenthal for making JWPce, the program I 
    used to type this.
    I would like to thank CJayC for making GameFAQs.
    Thanks go out to Jasonventer for hosting this on Honestgamers.com

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