Trying to make sense of the plot to prevent the entity known as Tengen from becoming a possible threat to humanity, Gojo turns to “Digimon”. As he explains, “It would be nice if [Tengen] He’s transformed into MetalGreymon, but we can’t let him become SkullGreymon. That’s why we’re restarting it from Koromon.”
If you’re not into “Digimon” lore or haven’t rewatched the show in the last 20 years, that might not mean much to you, but the moment Gojo refers to is actually one of the best episodes. this franchise.
In “Digimon” we meet a group of children who have been transported to a digital world where they bond with strange creatures known as Digimon. As they connect, Digimon gains access to evolutions that make them stronger (unlike Pokémon evolutions, these are temporary). Problems arise when the hero Tai starts DigiPartner forcing Agumon to evolve and grow stronger, and Agumon transforms into the dark and angry SkullGreymon, who even attacks his friends. When SkullGreymon runs out of energy, he returns to Agumon’s previous form, Koromon.
This is a turning point in the series.when kids learn the price of using their Digimon partners just for fighting and learn to have patience and trust each other.