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Digi-Modify (カード・スラッシュ Kādo Surasshu?, lit. "Card Slash") is the term used in Digimon Tamers to refer to the act of modifying a partner Digimon's capabilities through the use of the Japanese Digital Monster Card Game.

Fiction[]

Digimon Tamers[]

In Digimon Tamers, Digimon normally have to absorb data to get stronger. A Digimon partnered with a Tamer, on the other hand, has the capability to temporarily increase its power using cards scanned through the Tamer's D-Power. This act looks like the Tamer is "slashing" their card through the Digivice, hence the Japanese term "Card Slash".

Digimon RPG[]

In Digimon RPG, Card Slash is the ability for the player to use cards to affect the current battle. The number of available Card Slashes left is depicted on the top left of the UI, while the the top right contains registered Card Slash shortcuts.

Uses[]

Takato Matsuki[]

Card Image Effect
Hyper Wing
(白い羽
Shiroi Hane
?,
lit. "White Wings")
White Wings Bo-46 (DM)
Bo-46
Gives Guilmon the ability to fly using white wings.[1][2][3][4]
Power
(ブーストチップ
Būsuto Chippu
?,
lit. "Boost Chip")
Boost Chip Bo-208 (DM)
Bo-208
Increases Guilmon's power.[2]
Speed
(高速プラグインB
Kousoku Puragu-In B
?,
lit. "Speed Plug-In B")
Speed Plug-In B St-51 (DM)
St-51
Increases Guilmon's speed.[2][3][4]
Digivolution
(進化プラグインE
Shinka Puragu-In E
?,
lit. "Evolution Plug-In E")
Evolution Plug-In E St-379 (DM)
St-379
Attempts to dedigivolve Growlmon by slashing the card backwards.[5]
Hypersonic[6]
(高速プラグインH
Kousoku Puragu-In H
?,
lit. "Speed Plug-In H")
Speed Plug-In H Bo-445 (DM)
Bo-445
Greatly increases Guilmon/Growlmon's speed with Hyper Accel.[4][7]
MetalGarurumon Blaster
(メタルガルルモン
MetaruGarurumon
?,
lit. "MetalGarurumon")
MetalGarurumon Bo-109 (DM)
Bo-109
Grants Guilmon MetalGarurumon's "Metal Blaster" (Cocytus Breath) technique.[8]
Matrix Digivolution
(マトリクスエボリューション
Matorikusu Eboryūshon
?,
lit. "Matrix Evolution")
Blue Card Digivolves Growlmon to WarGrowlmon or Guilmon to Growlmon to WarGrowlmon.[9][10][11][12]
Digmon's Drill
(鋼のドリル
Hagane no Doriru
?,
lit. "Steel Drill")
Steel Drill Bo-47 (DM)
Bo-47
Gives Guilmon Digmon's drills on his hands.[13]
Digivolution
(超進化プラグインS
Chou Shinka Puragu-In S
?,
lit. "Super Evolution Plug-In S")
Super Evolution Plug-In S St-100 (DM)
St-100
Digivolves Guilmon to Growlmon.[13][14][7][15][16][10][17]
Power
(パワーチャージャー
Pawā Chājā
?,
lit. "Power Charger")
Power Charger Bo-448 (DM)
Bo-448
Increases Growlmon's power.[13]
Power
(高速プラグインD
Kousoku Puragu-In D
?,
lit. "Speed Plug-In D")
Speed Plug-In D Re-83 (DM)
Re-83
Attempts to increase Growlmon's speed.[7]
Strength
(強化プラグインW
Kyouka Puragu-In W
?,
lit. "Strength Plug-In W")
Strength Plug-In W Bo-443 (DM)
Bo-443
Greatly increases Growlmon's strength.[16]
Energy Card Back (DM) Increases Growlmon's strength.[16]
Red Card
(レッドカード
Reddo Kādo
?,
lit. "Red Card")
Red Card 3-50 (DTa) Allows them to fight in the D-Reaper without degradation.[18]
Aero Wing
(エアロウィング
Earo Wingu
?,
lit. "Aero Wing")
Aero Wing Bo-543 (DM)
Bo-543
Gives Guilmon AeroVeedramon's "Aero Wings".[19]

Henry Wong[]

Card Image Effect
Speed[20]
(高速プラグインB
Kousoku Puragu-In B
?,
lit. "Speed Plug-In B")
Speed Plug-In B St-51 (DM)
St-51
Increases Terriermon's speed.[21][16]
Power
(ブーストチップ
Būsuto Chippu
?,
lit. "Boost Chip")
Boost Chip Bo-208 (DM)
Bo-208
Increases Terriermon's power.[21]
Targeting
(アウルヴァンディルの矢
Auruvandiru no Ya
?,
lit. "Aurvandil's Arrow")
Aurvandil's Arrow St-382 (DM)
St-382
Increases Terriermon's accuracy.[21]
Stamina
(じょうぶ草の実
Joubu Sou no Mi
?,
lit. "Seed of Durability")
Seed of Durability Bo-153 (DM)
Bo-153
Increases Terriermon's stamina.[21]
Training Grips
(トレーニングギプス
Torēningu Gipusu
?,
lit. "Training Gips")
Training Gips St-381 (DM)
St-381
Binds Gorillamon with a training cast.[21]
Speed
(高速プラグインD
Kousoku Puragu-In D
?,
lit. "Speed Plug-In D")
Card Back (DM) Increases Terriermon's speed.[1]
Heat
(メラモン・バーニングフィスト
Meramon: Bāningu Fisuto
?,
lit. "Meramon: Burning Fist")
Meramon Bo-5 (DM)
Bo-5
Attempts to grant Terriermon Meramon's Burning Fist technique.[3]
Expansion
(膨張する宇宙!!
Bouchousuru Uchuu!!
?,
lit. "Inflation Space!!")
Inflation Space!! 3-10 (DTa) Causes Terriermon to expand like the universe.[3]
Hypersonic
(高速プラグインH
Kousoku Puragu-In H
?,
lit. "Speed Plug-In H")
Speed Plug-In H Bo-445 (DM)
Bo-445
Greatly increases Terriermon's speed with Hyper Accel.[4]
Digivolution
(超進化プラグインS
Chou Shinka Puragu-In S
?,
lit. "Super Evolution Plug-In S")
Super Evolution Plug-In S St-100 (DM)
St-100
Digivolves Terriermon to Gargomon.[9][14][7][15][16][22][10][23]
WarGreymon: Brave Shield
(ブレイブシールド
Bureibu Shīrudo
?,
lit. "Brave Shield")
[24]
Brave Shield St-384 (DM)
St-384
Give Terriermon/Gargomon WarGreymon's "Brave Shield".[13][23]
Thor's Hammer
(トールハンマー
Tōru Hanmā
?,
lit. "Thor Hammer")
Thor Hammer Bo-541 (DM)
Bo-541
Gives Terriermon Zudomon's Thor's Hammer (Thor Hammer).[25]
Hyperspeed
(高速プラグインT
Kousoku Puragu-In T
?,
lit. "Speed Plug-In T")
Speed Plug-In T Bo-498 (DM)
Bo-498
Greatly increases Gargomon's speed.[25]
Rock Armor
(防御プラグインG
Bougyo Puragu-In G
?,
lit. "Defense Plug-In G")
Defense Plug-In G Bo-497 (DM)
Bo-497
Increases Gargomon's defense.[25]
Program Pause
(無効化プラグインP
Mukouka Puragu-In P
?,
lit. "Invalidate Plug-In P")
Invalidate Plug-In P Bo-539 (DM)
Bo-539
Attempts to reverse the effects of previous cards.[25]
Matrix Digivolution
(マトリクスエボリューション
Matorikusu Eboryūshon
?,
lit. "Matrix Evolution")
Blue Card Digivolves Gargomon to Rapidmon or digivolves Terriermon to Gargomon to Rapidmon.[25][10][26][11][12]
Energy
(強化プラグインO
Kyouka Puragu-In O
?,
lit. "Strength Plug-In O")
Strength Plug-In O Bo-540 (DM)
Bo-540
Greatly increases Gargomon's strength.[7]
Recharge
(充填プラグインQ
Jūten Puragu-In Q
?,
lit. "Reload Plug-In Q")
Reload Plug-In Q St-814 (DM)
St-814
Reloads Gargomon's bullets.[16]
Power Card Back (DM) Increases Gargomon's strength.[16]
Radiant Fate
(運命の煌めき!!
Unmei no Kirameki!!
?,
lit. "The Glimmer of Fate!!")
The Glimmer of Fate!! Bo-491 (DM)
Bo-491
Gives Rapidmon a protective and empowering light aura.[27]
Digmon's Drill
(鋼のドリル
Hagane no Doriru
?,
lit. "Steel Drill")
Steel Drill Bo-47 (DM)
Bo-47
Turns Terriermon's horn into Digmon's drill.[28]
Frigimon's Subzero Ice Punch
(ユキダルモン・絶対零度パンチ
Yukidarumon: Zettai Reido Panchi
?,
lit. "Yukidarumon: Zettai Reido Punch")
Yukidarumon Bo-7 (DM)
Bo-7
Grants Terriermon Frigimon's "Subzero Ice Punch" (絶対零度パンチ Zettai Reido Punch?).[28]
Alias!
(エイリアス!
Eiriasu!
?,
lit. "Alias!")
Alias! 3-35 (DTa) Creates a clone of Rapidmon to take an attack at the cost of energy.[29]
Red Card
(レッドカード
Reddo Kādo
?,
lit. "Red Card")
Red Card 3-50 (DTa) Allows them to fight in the D-Reaper without degradation.[18]

Rika Nonaka[]

Card Image Effect
Speed
(高速プラグインB
Kousoku Puragu-In B
?,
lit. "Speed Plug-In B")
Speed Plug-In B St-51 (DM)
St-51
Increases Renamon's speed.[30]
Hyper Chip
(ブーストチップ
Būsuto Chippu
?,
lit. "Boost Chip")
Boost Chip Bo-208 (DM)
Bo-208
Increases Renamon's power by 10%.[31]
Armor
(ヘヴィ・メタル
Hevi Metaru
?,
lit. "Heavy Metal")
Heavy Metal Bo-18t (DM)
Bo-18t
Adds a pilebunker to Renamon's arm.[32]
Alias![33]
(エイリアス!
Eiriasu!
?,
lit. "Alias!")
Alias! 3-35 (DTa) Creates a clone of Renamon/Taomon to take an attack at the cost of energy.[1][29]
Agumon's Frozen Wind
(ユキアグモン・凍てつく風
YukiAgumon: Itetsuku Kaze
?,
lit. "YukiAgumon: Itetsuku Kaze")
YukiAgumon Bo-126 (DM)
Bo-126
Grants Renamon SnowAgumon's "Frozen Wind" (凍てつく風 Iketsuku Kaze?) technique.[34]
Hyper Chip
(デビルチップ
Debiru Chippu
?,
lit. "Devil Chip")
Devil Chip Bo-151 (DM)
Bo-151
Increases Renamon's power.[34]
Snimon: Twin Sickles
(スニモン・鉄の刃
Sunimon: Tetsu no Yaiba
?,
lit. "Snimon: Iron Blade")
Snimon St-200 (DM)
St-200
Gives Renamon Snimon's sickle-arms, allowing her use of its "Twin Sickles" (Shadow Sickle) technique.[34]
Digivolution
(超進化プラグインS
Chou Shinka Puragu-In S
?,
lit. "Super Evolution Plug-In S")
Super Evolution Plug-In S St-100 (DM)
St-100
Digivolves Renamon to Kyubimon.[9][13][7][15][16][10][35]
Hyperspeed
(高速プラグインH
Kousoku Puragu-In H
?,
lit. "Speed Plug-In H")
Speed Plug-In H Bo-445 (DM)
Bo-445
Greatly increases Kyubimon's speed with Hyper Speed.[13][16]
Crystal Fire
(強化プラグインW
Kyouka Puragu-In W
?,
lit. "Strength Plug-In W")
Strength Plug-In W Bo-443 (DM)
Bo-443
Greatly increases Renamon's strength.[25]
Power
(パワーチャージャー
Pawā Chājā
?,
lit. "Power Charger")
Power Charger Bo-448 (DM)
Bo-448
Increases Kyubimon's power.[7]
Matrix Digivolution
(マトリクスエボリューション
Matorikusu Eboryūshon
?,
lit. "Matrix Evolution")
Blue Card Digivolves Kyubimon to Taomon.[7][10][36][29][11][37][12]
Hyperspeed Card Back (DM) Increases Kyubimon's speed.[16]
Radiant Fate
(運命の煌めき!!
Unmei no Kirameki!!
?,
lit. "The Glimmer of Fate!!")
The Glimmer of Fate!! Bo-491 (DM)
Bo-491
Gives Taomon a protective and empowering light aura.[27]
Red Card
(レッドカード
Reddo Kādo
?,
lit. "Red Card")
Red Card 3-50 (DTa) Allows them to fight in the D-Reaper without degradation.[18]
Tomahawk
(バトルトマホーク
Batoru Tomahōku
?,
lit. "Battle Tomahawk")
Battle Tomahawk Bo-542 (DM)
Bo-542
Gives Renamon Boltmon's "Battle Tomahawk".[19]
Shellmon: Hydro Blaster
(シェルモン・ハイドロプレッシャー
Sherumon: Haidoru Puresshā
?,
lit. "Shellmon: Hydro Pressure")
Shellmon St-188 (DM)
St-188
Gives Renamon Shellmon's "Hydro Blaster" (Hydro Pressure) technique.[38]

Ryo Akiyama[]

Card Image Effect
Goliath
(キング・デヴァイス
Kingu Devaisu
?,
lit. "King Device")
King Device Da-5 (DM)
Da-5
Increases Cyberdramon's size and strength.[17]
Avenging Knight
(ナイト・デヴァイス
Naito Devaisu
?,
lit. "Knight Device")
[39]
Knight Device St-582 (DM)
St-582
Gives Cyberdramon twin lances.[40]
Red Card
(レッドカード
Reddo Kādo
?,
lit. "Red Card")
Red Card 3-50 (DTa) Allows them to fight in the D-Reaper without degradation.[18]

Jeri Katou[]

Card Image Effect
LadyDevimon
(レディーデビモン
RedīDebimon
?,
lit. "LadyDevimon")
LadyDevimon St-209 (DM)
St-209
Grants Leomon LadyDevimon's "Darkness Wave" (Poison) technique.[41]

Suzie Wong[]

Card Image Effect
Radiant Form
(クィーン・デヴァイス
Kwīn Devaisu
?,
lit. "Queen Device")
Queen Device Bo-693 (DM)
Bo-693
Greatly increases Antylamon's strength with a pink aura.[42]

Notes and References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Digimon Tamers, "Dream a Little Dream" [05]
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Digimon Tamers, "A Question of Trust" [08]
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Digimon Tamers, "The Icemon Cometh" [10]
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 Digimon Tamers, "Much Ado About Musyamon" [11]
  5. Digimon Tamers, "Not As Seen on TV" [09]
  6. This card is named "Hyperspeed" in Digimon Tamers, "Digital Beauty" [18].
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 7.7 Digimon Tamers, "Digital Beauty" [18]
  8. Digimon Tamers, "Juggernaut" [13]
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 Digimon Tamers, "Grow Mon Grow" [14]
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 Digimon Tamers, "The Boar Wars" [22]
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 Digimon Tamers, "No Mon Is an Island" [37]
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 Digimon Tamers, "Beelzemon's Big Day" [43]
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5 Digimon Tamers, "Snakes, Trains, and Digimon" [15]
  14. 14.0 14.1 Digimon Tamers, "Back to Nature, Back to Battle" [16]
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 Digimon Tamers, "Impmon's Last Stand" [19]
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 16.3 16.4 16.5 16.6 16.7 16.8 16.9 Digimon Tamers, "Out of the Blue" [20]
  17. 17.0 17.1 Digimon Tamers, "Goliath" [29]
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 18.3 Digimon Tamers, "Jeri Fights Back" [50]
  19. 19.0 19.1 Digimon Tamers: Battle of Adventurers [M5]
  20. This card is named "Power" in Digimon Tamers, "Out of the Blue" [20].
  21. 21.0 21.1 21.2 21.3 21.4 Digimon Tamers, "It Came From the Other Side" [04]
  22. Digimon Tamers, "Jeri's Quest" [21]
  23. 23.0 23.1 Digimon Tamers, "Motorcycle Madness" [27]
  24. Jianliang calls out "WarGreymon: Brave Shield" when using this card in Digimon Tamers, "Giant Snake Appearance! Great Edo Line, Great Panic" [15].
  25. 25.0 25.1 25.2 25.3 25.4 25.5 Digimon Tamers, "Duel with the Deva" [17]
  26. Digimon Tamers, "Lionheart" [34]
  27. 27.0 27.1 Digimon Tamers, "A World Apart" [23]
  28. 28.0 28.1 Digimon Tamers, "Shibumi Speaks" [32]
  29. 29.0 29.1 29.2 Digimon Tamers, "Give a Little Bit" [35]
  30. Digimon Tamers, "Guilmon Comes Alive" [01]
  31. Digimon Tamers, "Digimon, Digimon Everywhere" [02]
  32. Digimon Tamers, "To Fight or Not to Fight" [03]
  33. This card is named "Clone" in Digimon Tamers, "Dream a Little Dream" [05].
  34. 34.0 34.1 34.2 Digimon Tamers, "O Partner, Where Art Thou?" [06]
  35. Digimon Tamers, "Blame it on Ryo" [28]
  36. Digimon Tamers, "The Imperfect Storm" [30]
  37. Digimon Tamers, "Azulongmon Explains It All" [38]
  38. Digimon Tamers: Runaway Locomon [M6]
  39. Ryo calls out "Device Card: Knight" when using this card in Digimon Tamers, "Whirling Ultimate Flower! Sakuyamon Evolves" [39].
  40. Digimon Tamers, "Song of Sakuyamon" [39]
  41. Digimon Tamers, "Kazu's Upgrade" [31]
  42. Digimon Tamers, "Shadow of the Beast King" [48]
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