Digimon Adventure 02 - Episode 13

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ダゴモンの呼び声 ("The Call of Dagomon ")

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Title ダゴモンの呼び声
Translation "The Call of Dagomon"
Romanization Dagomon no Yobigoe
Airdate June 25, 2000 (9:00AM UTC +9)
Duration 23:06
TV Network English Fuji TV
Music
Opening ターゲット~赤い衝撃~
Ending アシタハアタシノカゼガフク
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His Master's Voice)

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Title His Master's Voice
Airdate October 21, 2000
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Rufe aus einer anderen Welt ("Calls from Another World")

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Title Rufe aus einer anderen Welt
Translation Calls from Another World
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Opening Ich werde da sein
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Digimon Analyzer[edit]

ハンギョモン
Hangyomon
Hangyomon
Level Type Special Move
Perfect Aquatic Beast Man Strike Fishing
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Dcha w.pngTest4a.pngDcgi w.pngDcyo w.pngDcmo w.pngTest4a.png
レベル タイプ 必殺技
完全体 水棲獣人型デジモン ストライクフィッシング
デジモン文字
Dcha w.pngTest4a.pngDcgi w.pngDcyo w.pngDcmo w.pngTest4a.png
ハンギョモン:
水棲獣人型デジモン、完全体。
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Notes and References[edit]

  • The original title is a pun on the alternative translation of H. P. Lovecraft's The Call of Cthulhu (クトゥルフの呼び声 Kuturufu no Yobigoe)
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The Innsmouth sign arranged in Japanese yokogaki
  • In the opening title, a column of DigiCode appears displaying the following:

Dcfu w.pngTest4a.pngDcgu w.pngDcru2 w.pngTest3.png
Dcmu w.pngDcgu w.pngDcru2 w.pngDcu w.pngDcna w.pngDcfu w.png
Dcku2 w.pngDcto w.pngDcu w.pngDcru2 w.pngDcu w.png
Dcru2 w.pngDcru2 w.pngTest3.pngDce w.png
Dcu w.pngDcga w.pngDcfu w.pngDcna w.pngDcgu w.pngDcru2 w.png
Dcfu w.pngDcta2 w.pngDcgu w.pngTest4a.png

This translates to "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" (フングルイ ムグルウナフ クトゥルウ ルルイエ ウガフナグル フタグン), an occult phrase originating from The Call of Cthulhu which means "In his house at R'lyeh, dead Cthulhu waits dreaming". Later, when Hikari is alone, she walks past a sign on a fence that reads Test3.pngTest4a.pngDcsu w.pngDcma2.pngDcu w.pngDcsu w.png - "Innsmouth" (インスマウス), a fictional town in Cthulhu Mythos.

  • The forms of "Hangyomon" are a reference to the Deep Ones, fictional creatures in Cthulhu Mythos. In relation to their affinity for human interbreeding, they attempt to capture Hikari in order for her to mate with Dagomon.