“Who is the fairest of them all?”
(“Girls can be tough. Very tough”)
Studio: Toei Animation
Genre: Adventure, Fantasy, Age: All ages
Released: April 1, 2001 – March 31, 2002
From the last episode, Zoe is pumped up to get the boys digivices back and find her own Spirit Digivolution. The boys are a bit more worried about ho scary her Beast Spirit will be, if it’s anything like Calmaramon’s.
The Toucanmon that have taken the digivices have flown to a island across the sea waters.
When the digidestined attempt to swim across to the isl;and, they are stopped by a group of Gomamon.
(“Gah, something is touching me! Help!”)
The island is protected by dangerous whirlpools, and the only way to get there is to fly. This is pretty much out of the question with their digivices missing.
(So many cute Gomamon clones…)
The Gomamon used to live on the island, and want to return there badly. The digidestined build a raft and sail up to the island, so see if they can navigate through the waters.
(“This way to certain doom. Try not to fall of the raft in the meantime.”)
The sailing is shortlived when Ranamon makes her second appearance. She’s amused to find five kids right in her territory.
(“Who wants to drown first?”)
Zoe transforms into Kazemon but is no match for Ranamon among all the water.
(Fun fact: Kazemon’s wings dissolve on contact with water!)
After landing in the sea she spots a glow coming from a seashell. Strange things happen when she can breathe underwater and is lifted out by a bright glow.
(Digimon series proves that destiny exists)
Now Zoe digivolves into her Beast Spirit Zephrmon.
(Zephyrmon doesn’t use either set of wings to fly)
Ranamon is green with jealousy and digivolves into Calmaramon to have an angry spat with Zephyrmon.
(Calmaramon’s infinite squid faces creep everyone out)
Eventually, Calmaramon has the same controlling issues and dives away. With her gone, the whirlpools around the island disappear and the Gomamon can return.
The digidestined find out that the Toucanmon have moved on from the island, so the chase continues.
(“You thought we worked for FREE? We charge. A lot. Pay up!”)