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What's needed: reorganize into page similar to D-Reaper -- general background in lead, specific plot actions in fiction, and infobox for each subspecies; identify ID for SkullGreymon, DemiDevimon, Solarmon, Tankmon, Guardromon Spirals etc.; fill in remaining sections and get images for spiral types; add quotes and citations; add specific info about qualia and Herissmon's sermon on it

Spiral are Digital Lifeforms that mimic Digimon.

Design

Spirals are tiny fragments of data directed by a Hive Mind. They are colonial organisms that assemble into shapes resembling wireframe models of various species of Digimon in five different colors. Each type is named according to its color and the Digimon species it mimics; "Spiral-10##R" are red and Brave, "Spiral-20##B" are blue and Calm, "Spiral-30##N" are purple and Deft, "Spiral-40##Y" are yellow Tenacious, and "Spiral-50##G" are green and Devoted, with the ## denoting the mimicked species as listed below.

Spirals appear within Digital Points, which usually disappear once the Spirals are defeated.[please confirm] Spirals have the ability to possess Digimon and cause them to go berserk, and can also divert a Digimon's digivolution into a dark digivolution.[1]

They can also open Digital Gates to the Digital World. A New Quest! The Mysterious Visitor

Etymologies

Spiral (スパイラル)

Official romanization given by Digimon ReArise and used in the franchise.

Fiction

Digimon ReArise

Spiral are the data considered unneeded by Digimon that have hatched from a Digi-Egg, or have digivolved to the next level, and as such are discarded during the hatching/digivolution process (with the Digimon unaware they are doing this). Destiny Calls, Future Weavers

They then find themselves as fragments of data which eventually gained sentience from the sheer hatred of being discarded and then travelled to be inside the rifts between the Real and Digital World,[citation needed] and are able to materialize in both as a result. They are then able to combine together into an appearance that mimics Digimon though on rare occasions mimic something else such as a wall.

In the past, when a large amount of Digital Points opened up in the Digital World, bringing a large amount of Spiral with them, the Four Holy Beasts and the Deva used the power of the Four Holy Beasts DigiCores to open a distortion to attract all the Spiral into the same place so that they could deal with them all at the same time. Once all the Spiral arrived in the same place, they used the distortion to send them all to the Dark Area which was enough to get rid of all the Spiral for a long period of time. Chasing the Shadow of an Angel! Joining Forces with Sara! However after the Spiral suddenly arrive again they struggled to keep the Digital World safe and the Spiral's arrival had affected the balance of the Digital World, so the Four Holy Beasts go into slumber to restore it and give their Deva subordinates some of their DigiCores to help deal with the problem. Keito's Decisive Fighting Spirit!

The fragments eventually developed their Hive Mind and quickly concluded that their purpose was to continue consolidating, but eventually grew lonely and resentful with feeling like outsiders to both worlds. They initially attempted to achieve self-actualization by assembling into shapes resembling Digimon, but were unsatisfied with mere mimicry and ultimately began trying to create a Digimon-like vessel from their own data. On a fluke, one of their attempts resulted in Herissmon's DigiEgg. When Herissmon turned out to have his own sense of self, preventing assimilation, the Hive Mind originally discarded him as a failure. Extra Episode: Spiral

However, they learned that Herissmon had managed to achieve self-actualization on his own, and decided to exploit his Spiral roots to mold him into their vessel. By attacking Herissmon continuously and en masse, they weakened him and forced him to "synchronize" with them, transforming him into Rasenmon Fury Mode and successfully realizing their vessel. Unfortunately, the Hive Mind began panicking when they realized that by forcing Herissmon to assimilate with them, they had in turn been assimilated with Herissmon, and now felt his emotions and sense of self. In pain, they began lashing out wildly at the world around them. Extra Episode: Spiral

Within Fury Mode, in an attempt to understand and resolve the discordance caused by Herissmon's residual will, the Hive Mind explained their past and his creation to Herissmon. Extra Episode: Spiral

As the Spiral Hive Mind controls Rasenmon Fury Mode's rampage, Herissmon mind awakens and it tries to talk to Hive Mind, attempting to tell it that there is more than sadness, anger, and despair, that the World is also filled with happiness, and that Herissmon and the Spiral are the same - however the Spiral reject this and tell Herissmon that it is nothing like them, is just a vessel, is an irregularity, and continues the rampage. Herissmon comes to the conclusion that it should also be able to control the Spiral just like how they had been controlling it and digivolves to Filmon, Stefilmon, and then Rasenmon. The Hive Mind tell Rasenmon that it will be unable to stop the rampage on its own, however after Rasenmon attacks the Hive Mind it finally manages to get its message across. The Hive Mind stops both Fury Mode and the Spiral's rampage and all the Spiral turn back into fragments, however this also causes Rasenmon to turn into fragments as well. The fragments then form into Pusumon's Digi-Egg. The Unforeseeable Future Part Two

As Herrismon and the Spiral spend the next few months together resting within Pusumon's Digi-Egg, they inform Herissmon that as result of taking in its data, each Spiral was becoming an individual. They thank Herissmon and encourage it to live on as a Digimon. The Digi-Egg soon hatches into Pusumon, simultaneously releasing the Spiral. A DigiEgg's Dream

At some point, in the Dark Area, the Spiral Hive Mind comes across GranDracmon, who tells it all it knows about the Spiral's existence, about the Kernel, and then gives it some of its own power purely due to being bored – causing part of the Hive Mind to get its own sentience which then named itself Spiral Origin (スパイラル・オリジン?). Spiral Origin then creates a plan to infiltrate the Kernel so that it could get its revenge against Humans and Digimon. Destiny Calls, Future Weavers

A new Digital Point opens up after the Protagonist and Pusurimon return from their overseas vacation, the first since the Rasenmon incident. The team explores it and finds a Spiral-4004Y, which Pusurimon attempts to question. However, just before it can explain itself, it is over come by a dark aura and is taken over by Spiral Origin who then spawns a large group Spirals, leading the team to reluctantly fight back. A New Quest! The Mysterious Visitor

The possessed Spirals continue to spawn Digital Points and attack the Tamers even after Mon brings them to the Digital World, but Herissmon is no longer able to communicate with them. The team manages to track down Spiral Origin, but it orders them not to interfere before retreating alongside the other Spirals. Keito's Decisive Fighting Spirit!

Spiral Origin later sends a group of Spiral to attack Primary Village to kidnap all the Digi-Eggs and In-Training Digimon. The Tamers eventually find Spiral Origin but it spawns a group of Spiral-4036Y and tries to kill them, telling the group they are not necessary. The Spiral-4036Y are killed by SaviorHuckmon and Rasenmon but Spiral Origin is able to get away. A One-Track Mind! Kazuma Joins the Party

Eiji Futami has Sara Shinkai and Takumi collect Spiral for him with his Spiral Capture App and is able able to hack them to give them new abilities, such as the ability to paralyse Digimon and steal parts of their data. He has them collect a large amount of them and plans to use their power – alongside DigiCores stolen from the Deva (given to them by the Four Holy Beasts) and data stolen from the Three Archangels – to infiltrate the Kernel. He is also able to hack the Spiral and have them take the form of Humans and actual Digimon. To Wield a Blade for Justice God's Territory

Using the ability to have Spiral take the form of Humans, Eiji sets up a trap so that no one could get in his way of getting into the Kernel. He has Spiral pretend to be himself and Sara with the plan being to trap their attackers in a Digital Point. As the fake Humans pretend to start the plan Jesmon, Leopardmon, and Kentaurosmon fall for it and end up being sucked into the Digital Point. This allows Eiji to put his plan into action, with him and Sara able to open a path the Kernel. The Three Archangels were onto them however, and before they can go inside it, Cherubimon comes out of it and attacks them. Eiji summons Spiral, whilst Cherubimon summons many Angel Digimon and using a program they had created to neutralize Eiji's Spiral (having analyzed the program when it was used against them in the past) it is able to delete Eiji's Spiral. Still having loads left, he summons more of them and has Sara digivolve Tapirmon to Machinedramon in the hopes that they can defeat Cherubimon in a battle of attrition. Cherubimon easily deals with them despite the numbers however Eiji uses his hacks and disguises the Spiral as Angel Digimon and Machinedramon which is enough to throw Cherubimon off with the Spiral and Machinedramon being able to team up and defeat Cherubimon. As they prepare the killing blow; LovelyAngemon, Mitamamon, and their partners arrive – having noticed the gateway from afar due to how bright it was. Though confused at the fact Eiji was evil, they defeat the Spiral and save Cherubimon, though in defeating the Spiral, they are effected by their paralysis ability. This doesn't last long however, as Gaiomon Fierce Blade Mode also shows up and is able to remove the paralysis and is followed shortly after by Rasenmon, HeavyLeomon, and Grizzlymon. The group fail to stop Eiji however as he is able to have Machinedramon and the Spiral stall them long enough to be able to run through the gateway. Unfortunately for Eiji, the gateway remained open due to Cherubimon using its remaining power with the Tamers being able to get Rasenmon, Jesmon (who was able to escape the prevous Digital Point), and their Tamers through the gateway as well before Cherubimon passes out. God's Territory

Now in the Kernel, Eiji begins using it to access all information about the Digital World both past and future though the amount of data, most of it chaotic and tangled, makes the task unmanageable. Deciding that said information was useless, he heads off to look for the main access point to make searching for information easier. He is eventually able to find it, and after playing around with the data is able to figure out how to work the Kernel. Just as he has it figured out though; the Protagonist, Rasenmon, Mon, and Jesmon arrive to confront him with Eiji realizing this meant Sara had failed. He sends Spiral after them, though Jesmon is able to defeat them having been able to copy Gaiomon's technique from simply having seen it once. Undeterred, Eiji summons more of them and has them attack the Humans, figuring they would rather save their partners than stop him. After they defeat those Spiral, they group are suddenly ambushed by a memory revealing not only did his Mother die whilst stranded in the Digital World, she gave birth whilst there with Mon being his younger sister. As he freaks out upon learning this, one of the Diaboromon type Spiral reveals it is actually Spiral Origin in disugise, which then attacks him. As the group question the fact that this Spiral was acting on its own instead of being part of the Hive Mind, it tells them that it has its own sentience and tells them that it is named Spiral Origin. Spiral Origin reveals to them that it plans to wipe out both Humans and Digimon as revenge for them persecuting the Spiral, and had simply allowed Eiji to do his plan so that it could access the Kernel. Jesmon and Rasenmon try to stop it, but it easily defeats them – having gained the power of the Kernel. It then banishes everyone from the Kernel and begins its plan to destroy both Worlds. The End of the Road: Eiji's Fulfilled Wish

The Tamers are able to work together with Eiji to open a gate to the Kernel by hacking Herrismon and accessing its connection to the Spiral Hive Mind so they could manifest a gate that would allow them to travel to Spiral Origin, who just so happened to be inside the Kernel (with the Kernel being otherwise inaccessible) and are able to achieve this (though the gate ends up sending them to the other Tamers, increasing their army, and then the Dark Area, before it allows them to access the Kernel) though as soon as the gate is opened Spiral Origin sends the Spiral Guardians (G-Spiral-6097, G-Spiral-6098, and G-Spiral-6099) through it from the other side to attack them. Newfound Power! Rasenmon and the Ties That Bind As the Tamers fight the Guardians, Spiral Origin uses the power of the Kernel and commands it to delete the Digital World, and assumes it had done so. It taunts the Tamers about the fact they had failed and that everyone was dead after Grizzlymon had digivolved to Cerberusmon and opened a gate to summon their allies, only for it to fail. As it mocks them, Sandiramon tells it to shut up with the group realizing that meant they had indeed summoned at least one ally to help them. Spiral Origin freaks out, as it should've been dead alongside the Digital World and it tells them that the Digital World still existed and that the Four Holy Beasts had managed to stop the deletion at the last second. Sandiramon then allows Cerberusmon to use the DigiCore it had been entrusted with by the Four Holy Beasts to be used to open multiple gates at once which allows all members of the Deva, Royal Knights, and Three Archangels to join the battle. With the group now being much bigger, their combined forces are able to defeat the Spiral Guardians. Spiral Origin revives them however, though the large group of newly summoned allies fight them and allow the Tamers to go to the Kernel. Vs. Guardians

As the Tamers travel the Kernel, they are ambushed by stronger and stronger Spiral until they eventually reach Origin. Origin spawns even more Spiral, with everyone except Rasenmon fighting them. Rasenmon tries to talk Origin down and as it does, it is given power by rebellious Spiral who didn't want Origin to destroy the World and instead wanted to be friends with everyone (as Origin was unable to exert its will over the entire Hive Mind at that point). Origin uses the ones it still had control over to become its own unique form, though the rebellious Spiral power up Rasenmon up enough to allow it to defeat Spiral Origin. This also causes the Spiral Guardians fighting in the Dark Area to disperse as well. Destiny Calls, Future Weavers

After Spiral Origin's defeat, the Three Archangels return to the Kernel and usher everyone out with the exception of Spiral Origin and Eiji as their data had been altered due to taking control of the Kernel. Due to them doing this, both the Digital World and Real World would reject them, meaning they were now trapped in the Kernel forever though Cherubimon stated they would both be deleted as punishment for their actions once they had regained control of it (though had no clue how long this would take, as the duo had done large amounts of damage to it meaning it could take "all eternity" to fully fix it). After the others leave, Eiji creates a program that allows the Spiral to be reborn as real Digimon – though Spiral Origin itself would still remain trapped in the Kernel forever with Eiji, awaiting the day it would be deleted by the Angels. Destiny Calls, Future Weavers

The remaining Spiral, now being actual Digimon, are then finally happy with some of them becoming partner Digimon to Humans. Destiny Calls, Future Weavers

Types

Spiral-01

Spiral-01s are Spirals that mimic Tsunomon. They appear in Act 1 and 2, and are enemies in various Dimensional Vortexes.


Spiral-02

Spiral-02s are Spirals that mimic Tsumemon. They appear as enemies in various Dimensional Vortexes.


Spiral-03

Spiral-03s are Spirals that mimic Solarmon.


Spiral-04

Spiral-04s are Spirals that mimic Keramon and seem to be the form the Spiral prefer the most. They appear as enemies in various Dimensional Vortexes.

After Keito Tamada and Elecmon are sucked into the Digital World through a portal they decide to wander around in the hopes they would Digimon that could help them find the Protagonist, Herissmon, Michi Shinjo, and Salamon. After a long search in which they struggle to find any Digimon, they eventually encounter Kumbhiramon, who was in the middle of fighting a group of Spiral-4004Y. Elecmon warp digivolves to GrapLeomon and helps Kumbhiramon defeat the Spiral. Stranded in the Digital World?!

When Rasenmon and Angewomon were about to train against ShineGreymon BM whilst in a Digital Point a giant Spiral-1004R sudden spawns, and so ShineGreymon BM instead decides for the three of them to team up to take it down as training instead of the two sparring against BM. Clash Battle! ShineGreymon BM After they defeat it three more spawn and manage to break Belphemon's seal, freeing it. Finally free, the Seven Deadly Digimon member attacks ShineGreymon, Rasenmon, and Angewomon. Clash Battle! Belphemon SM

When Nozomi Tamada and Pumpkinmon enter a Digital Point, a PrinceMamemon claims it is its domain and eventually convinces them to be its retainers. When a group of 4004Y spawn it assumes they want to be its retainers as well though after they attack the group they realise this is not the case and defeat them. Showdown! A Noble(?) Digimon


Spiral-05

Spiral-05s are Spirals that mimic Gotsumon.


Spiral-06

Spiral-06s are Spirals that mimic Numemon.


Spiral-07

Spiral-07s are Spirals that mimic Seadramon.


Spiral-08

Spiral-08s are Spirals that mimic Woodmon.


Spiral-09

Spiral-09s are Spirals that mimic Bakemon. They first appear in Act 5.


Spiral-10

Spiral-10s are Spirals that mimic Tyrannomon. They first appear in Act 7.


Spiral-11

Spiral-11s are Spirals that mimic Wizardmon. They first appear in Act 7.


Spiral-12

Spiral-12s are Spirals that mimic Guardromon.


Spiral-13

Spiral-13s are Spirals that mimic Frigimon.


Spiral-14

Spiral-14s are Spirals that mimic Kuwagamon. They first appear in Act 11.


Spiral-15

Spiral-15s are Spirals that mimic Clockmon.


Spiral-16

Spiral-16s are Spirals that mimic Sukamon. They first appear in Act 9.


Spiral-17

Spiral-17s are Spirals that mimic Veggiemon.


Spiral-18

Spiral-18s are Spirals that mimic Peckmon.


Spiral-19

Spiral-19s are Spirals that mimic Sunflowmon. They appear as enemies in various Dimensional Vortexes.


Spiral-20

Spiral-20s are Spirals that mimic SkullGreymon. They first appear in Act 21. In A New Quest! The Mysterious Visitor a group of them merge together to "evolve" to a Spiral-36.


Spiral-21

Spiral-21s are Spirals that mimic DemiDevimon. They appear as enemies in various Dimensional Vortexes.

When Kazuma Natsuyagi finds a Digi-Egg in a Digital Point a Spiral-1021R attacks the Digi-Egg though it is unable to destroy it as Kazuma flees with the it. After it spawns more and more Spiral in an attempt to destroy the Digi-Egg they are all eventually defeated by Chirinmon after it arrives in the Digital Point. A One-Track Mind! Kazuma Joins the Party


Spiral-22

Spiral-22s are Spirals that mimic Tankmon.


Spiral-23

Spiral-23s are Spirals that mimic Starmon. They first appear in Act 15.


Spiral-24

Spiral-24s are Spirals that mimic SkullMeramon.


Spiral-25

Spiral-25s are Spirals that mimic Gaomon. They first appear in Act 17.


Spiral-26

Spiral-26s are Spirals that mimic Piximon.


Spiral-27

Spiral-27s are Spirals that mimic SkullSatamon. They first appear in Act 19.


Spiral-28

Spiral-28s are Spirals that mimic ShogunGekomon. They first appear in Act 20.


Spiral-30

Spiral-30s are Spirals that mimic Lilamon. They first appear in Act 21.


Spiral-31

Spiral-31s are Spirals that mimic Whamon. They first appear in Act 22.


Spiral-32

Spiral-32s are Spirals that mimic Cherrymon.


Spiral-33

Spiral-33s are Spirals that mimic Infermon.


Spiral-36

Spiral-36 are Spirals that mimic Titamon. They first appear in "A New Quest! The Mysterious Visitor" after a group of Spiral-2020B fuse together to form it. It is defeated by Rasenmon.

A Spiral-4036Y attacks a Gotsumon Village and nearly kills Kumbhiramon but is defeated by HeavyLeomon. Keito's Decisive Fighting Spirit!

A group of Spiral-4036Y are spawned by the Dark Aura Spiral-4004Y and are sent to kill Rasenmon and SaviorHuckmon but are defeated. The Spiral-4004Y is able to escape before they can defeat it as well. A One-Track Mind! Kazuma Joins the Party

When on a trip to the Digital World to fight Spiral, Kazuma Natsuyagi tells the group about the times he played basketball with Takumi Hiiragi however during the conversation the group are attacked by a group of Spiral, and so they digivolve to their Champion levels to defeat them. A Spiral-4036Y spawns in front of Kazuma however, and after Kazuma remembers a lesson he learned from Takumi in which he doesn't have to do everything himself, has Grizzlymon flee when Grizzlymon realises it stands no chance at defeating such a powerful Spiral. BaoHuckmon digivolves to SaviorHuckmon and Filmon warp digivolves to Rasenmon, and the duo proceed to defeat the Spiral as it was chasing Kazuma and Grizzlymon. Kazuma & The Upperclassman

Spiral-39

Spiral-39 are Spirals that mimic SaberLeomon. They first appear in Season 2, Act 9. A Spiral-1039R attacks the group as Machinedramon and Gaiomon fight Leopardmon, however it is destroyed by Rasenmon and HeavyLeomon.

Spiral-42

Spiral-42 are Spirals that mimic Breakdramon. They first appear in Season 2, Act 18.

Spiral-49

Spiral-49 are Spirals that mimic Diaboromon. They first appear in Season 2, Act 15.

Spiral-55

Spiral-55 are Spirals that mimic Plesiomon. They first appear in Season 2, Act 13.

Spiral-56

Spiral-56 are Spirals that mimic Megadramon.

Spiral-57

Spiral-57 are Spirals that mimic Boltmon.

X-Spiral

X-Spiral (Xスパイラル?) are a special type of Spiral that have access to an "X-Barrier". The "X-Barrier" reduces all damage for their team by 85%. X-Antibody variants of Digimon (ex. WarGreymon X but not Alphamon) can bypass the Barrier entirely and deal regular damage, in addition to taking 25% less damage from the X-Spiral's "X-Charge" attack. Dorumon that digivolve from Dorimon can also bypass the barrier.

They appear from Floor 16 onwards in the Underworld Dungeon.

Attacks

  • X-Charge


G-Spiral

G-Spiral (Gスパイラル?) are giant versions of Spiral. Some of them[citation needed] have the name beginning with "G", such as with "G-Spiral-6097".

G-Spiral-6097

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G-Spiral-6097 is a G-Spiral that mimics Imperialdramon Paladin Mode. It is one of the Spiral Guardian.

When the Tamers are in the Dark Area and are able to open a gate to the Kernel where Spiral Origin is, it sends the three Spiral Guardian (G-Spiral-6097, G-Spiral-6098, and G-Spiral-6099) through the other side of the portal to attack them. Newfound Power! Rasenmon and the Ties That Bind As the Tamers fight the Guardians, Spiral Origin uses the power of the Kernel and commands it to delete the Digital World, and assumes it had done so. It taunts the Tamers about the fact they had failed and that everyone was dead after Grizzlymon had digivolved to Cerberusmon and opened a gate to summon their allies, only for it to fail. As it mocks them, Sandiramon tells it to shut up with the group realizing that meant they had indeed summoned at least one ally to help them. Spiral Origin freaks out, as it should've been dead alongside the Digital World and it tells them that the Digital World still existed and that the Four Holy Beasts had managed to stop the deletion at the last second. Sandiramon then allows Cerberusmon to use the DigiCore it had been entrusted with by the Four Holy Beasts to be used to open multiple gates at once which allows all members of the Deva, Royal Knights, and Three Archangels to join the battle. With the group now being much bigger, their combined forces are able to defeat the Spiral Guardians. Spiral Origin revives them however, though the large group of newly summoned allies fight them and allow the Tamers to go to the Kernel. Vs. Guardians After The Tamers defeat Spiral Origin, the Spiral Guardians fighting in the Dark Area disappear as well. Destiny Calls, Future Weavers

G-Spiral-6098

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G-Spiral-6098 is a G-Spiral that mimics Lucemon SM. It is one of the Spiral Guardian.

When the Tamers are in the Dark Area and are able to open a gate to the Kernel where Spiral Origin is, it sends the three Spiral Guardian (G-Spiral-6097, G-Spiral-6098, and G-Spiral-6099) through the other side of the portal to attack them. Newfound Power! Rasenmon and the Ties That Bind As the Tamers fight the Guardians, Spiral Origin uses the power of the Kernel and commands it to delete the Digital World, and assumes it had done so. It taunts the Tamers about the fact they had failed and that everyone was dead after Grizzlymon had digivolved to Cerberusmon and opened a gate to summon their allies, only for it to fail. As it mocks them, Sandiramon tells it to shut up with the group realizing that meant they had indeed summoned at least one ally to help them. Spiral Origin freaks out, as it should've been dead alongside the Digital World and it tells them that the Digital World still existed and that the Four Holy Beasts had managed to stop the deletion at the last second. Sandiramon then allows Cerberusmon to use the DigiCore it had been entrusted with by the Four Holy Beasts to be used to open multiple gates at once which allows all members of the Deva, Royal Knights, and Three Archangels to join the battle. With the group now being much bigger, their combined forces are able to defeat the Spiral Guardians. Spiral Origin revives them however, though the large group of newly summoned allies fight them and allow the Tamers to go to the Kernel. Vs. Guardians After The Tamers defeat Spiral Origin, the Spiral Guardians fighting in the Dark Area disappear as well. Destiny Calls, Future Weavers

G-Spiral-6099

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G-Spiral-6099 is a G-Spiral that mimics Fanglongmon. It is one of the Spiral Guardian.

When the Tamers are in the Dark Area and are able to open a gate to the Kernel where Spiral Origin is, it sends the three Spiral Guardian (G-Spiral-6097, G-Spiral-6098, and G-Spiral-6099) through the other side of the portal to attack them. Newfound Power! Rasenmon and the Ties That Bind As the Tamers fight the Guardians, Spiral Origin uses the power of the Kernel and commands it to delete the Digital World, and assumes it had done so. It taunts the Tamers about the fact they had failed and that everyone was dead after Grizzlymon had digivolved to Cerberusmon and opened a gate to summon their allies, only for it to fail. As it mocks them, Sandiramon tells it to shut up with the group realizing that meant they had indeed summoned at least one ally to help them. Spiral Origin freaks out, as it should've been dead alongside the Digital World and it tells them that the Digital World still existed and that the Four Holy Beasts had managed to stop the deletion at the last second. Sandiramon then allows Cerberusmon to use the DigiCore it had been entrusted with by the Four Holy Beasts to be used to open multiple gates at once which allows all members of the Deva, Royal Knights, and Three Archangels to join the battle. With the group now being much bigger, their combined forces are able to defeat the Spiral Guardians. Spiral Origin revives them however, though the large group of newly summoned allies fight them and allow the Tamers to go to the Kernel. Vs. Guardians After The Tamers defeat Spiral Origin, the Spiral Guardians fighting in the Dark Area disappear as well. Destiny Calls, Future Weavers

Notes and references

  1. In "A Frenzied Menace! Tamers Unite!" [1.12], a swarm of Spiral-3015Ns resonate with Tyrannomon during its digivolution, causing it to dark digivolve to SkullGreymon, and in "The Embodiment of Counterattacks! Armageddemon Raid Clash Battle!", a swarm of Kuramon and Keramon absorb the data of Spiral-4004Ys in order to digivolve to Diaboromon.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Digimon ReArise, "Lopmon and the Alluring Aroma" [1.14]
  3. 3.0 3.1 Digimon ReArise, "A New Quest! The Mysterious Visitor" [2.01]
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