Digimon is a Japanese animated series about a group of kids who are transported to the Digital World (aka the DigiWorld). The Digital World is inhabited by creatures called Digimon, some of whom befriend the each of the kids, though many turn out to be villains and cause problems for them throughout their adventures. In order to fight their way through danger, the kids help their new partners summon the power to digivolve into more powerful forms. As they try to find a way back home from the DigiWorld, the kids soon learn they are actually the DigiDestined, meaning they were destined to arrive there and save the world from evil Digimon who threaten to ruin both the Digital World and Earth.
The Digimon Fandom has brown, spiky hair, green eyes, and freckles.
He wears a yellow t-shirt underneath a blue vest with a fluffy white hood and red flames at the bottom. He also wears beige cargo shorts. His shoes are blue and yellow with black straps. A pair of goggles rests atop his head, as well as some brown gloves on his hands. These are mostly used for looks.
Digimon also carries around his digivice, a mysterious contraption that is used to give his Digimon more power as they digivolve.
Digimon is a generally easy-going fandom but can be stubborn when he doesn't get his way. He tends to feel a bit left out of the fun seeing how much attention Pokemon gets.
Digimon's interests include animals, adventure stories, and character dynamics. He loves experiencing the ultimate power that can be brought forth from digital monsters through a strong bond and sense of self awareness.
Digimon once had an ongoing feud with Pokemon due to some similarities in their universes that Pokemon was upset about. Digimon eventually convinced Pokemon he was not trying to copy them when Pokemon actually started to look at the differences in their shows. Since then, they are technically on neutral terms, but Digimon still refers to Pokemon as his rival because of their past relationship.