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In Digimon Tamers, we see Renamon disappear or fade out after she is no longer needed several times. (For instance, she disappears at the end of episode 7, after Rika, Henry, and Takato have rescued Guilmon.) Meanwhile, Guilmon and Terriermon do not seem capable of this: Takato has to take pains to hide Guilmon (ep. 2), and Henry has to pass off Terriermon as a stuffed animal when he is at home (ep. 1).

Why is this the case? Does it have something to do with the monsters themselves, or is it an issue of the abilities of the Tamer? (But Henry seems knowledgable enough to me, so I am not entirely convinced by that theory.)

  • Maybe Renamon is only one of the three that knows how? Ep7 - After she leaves, Takato asks Rika if Digimon can disappear for no reason. Rika says probably, since Digimon are just data – Wondercricket Dec 25 '17 at 19:43
  • Right, but in that episode, what Takato is concerned with is the irrevocable disappearance of Digimon, and that seems different from what Renamon is doing. (She nearly disappears in the same way in that episode, where part of her body looks lighter, and that's different from her "normal" disappearance, where it just looks like she disperses or fades out all at once.) – Maroon Dec 25 '17 at 21:30
  • It’s been years since I’ve watched tamers, so must’ve misinterpreted the context of the scene based on the wiki text – Wondercricket Dec 25 '17 at 23:24
  • I think, that it is just one of Renamon's skills, but haven't found proof, yet. – Geshode Dec 27 '17 at 11:25
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Renamon fades out because she moves fast than the eye can see. See renamon vs deathbattle to see how fast she is.don't know how rika and renamon were talking in that one episode where everyone looked around them stopped moving.

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    Sources? Include them in your answer. – W. Are Mar 13 at 15:04

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