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Digimon Frontier - where humans become Digimon!

Digimon Frontier, known as Digimon: Digital Monsters (Season 4) in the English localization, is the fourth television anime series from the Digimon franchise, produced by Toei Animation. Digimon Frontier revolves around the five main characters, known as the DigiDestined, who can merge with spirits known as "Legendary Warriors" to transform into Digimon themselves. The fourth installment of the adventures in the Digimon world became so popular that a film adaptation titled Digimon Frontier: Island of Lost Digimon was released in 2002.


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Digimon Frontier revolves around the five DigiDestined Takuya Kanbara, Koji Minamoto, Tommy Himi, Zoe Orimoto, and J. P. Shibayama. They were all chosen from a pool of potential DigiDestined gathered by Ophanimon to fight against the evil influence of Cherubimon. Unlike in previous Digimon series, in Digimon Frontier, the DigiDestined have no Digimon companions and instead use the power of the Ten Legendary Warriors to transform into Digimon themselves.

When the five DigiDestined first arrive in the Digital World, their mobile phones turned in digivices called D-Tectors. The DigiDestined travel far and wide across the Digital World to try and track down Cherubimon, using the railroad system of Trailmons as transport. During the series, each character acquires two spirits each, the "Human Spirits" and "Beasts Spirits," with varying degrees of strength. When the DigiDestined arrive in the Digital World, they find themselves being pursued by five other Legendary Warriors who work for Cherubimon. One of these five Legendary Warriors is the DigiDestined Koji Minamoto's estranged brother Koichi. The team free Koichi of the evil spirits and he joins them in their mission to defeat Cherubimon.

Alongside the film adaptation in 2002, a drama CD titled "Digimon Frontier Original Story: What I want to Tell You" was released in 2003. The cast from the anime series reprised their roles in the drama which centered around each of the Legendary Warriors sending messages to each other.