- For the toy of the same name, see Digivice iC Toy.
|Dub Name||Data Link Digivice|
- 1 Functions
- 2 Owners
- 3 Appearances
- 4 Image Gallery
- 5 Additional Information
- Can use a Digisoul as energy to evolve a Digimon.
- Can store at least one Digimon inside.
- Can store food inside (Next only)
- Can clean a Digimon's excrement (Next only)
- Has an unseen "Light" function (Next only)
- Can check a Digimon's power (DP) (Next only)
- Can detect if a Digimon is close and show its DP (Next only)
- Can treat a Digimon's wounds (Next only)
|Satsuma Rentarou||gray||red||dark red||gray|
|Thoma H. Norstein||blue||white||aqua blue||black|
|Noguchi Ikuto||purple-gray||black||dark blue||purple|
|Digimon Story player||warm gray||light cyan||cyan||???|
In Savers, the iC was created by Professor Daimon Suguru as a method of channelling Digisoul. He sent the blueprints for the Digivice iC along with emissaries Kudamon and Kamemon. After this, presumably with the iC blueprints sent by Suguru, DATS begins to manufacture more iC's for operatives to use. With these resources, DATS was set up. Suguru also gave a prototype iC to Mercurymon as a sign of goodwill, this iC was passed to Ikuto by Mercurymon.
Additional powers shown by the iC in Savers are the addition of a small space at the back where a partner Digimon can be hidden, presumably to help keep DATS' activities and the existence of Digimon secret. Also, some iC's seem stronger than others in Digisoul channeling, the first time Masaru, Thoma and Yoshino channel a Digisoul that allows for their partners to evolve to Ultimate, their iC's shatter under the stress. However, Ikuto's and Satsuma's iC's are capable of evolving partners to Ultimate.
Masaru, Thoma, Yoshino and Ikuto's iC's are later replaced by the more advanced Digivice Burst.
In Next, the iC lacks the partner storage, instead gaining many features typical of the virtual pets, such as an option to clean up Digimon feces. These iC's are somewhat more mysterious, their origins are never shown. The Next iC's have a system that detects danger, and if that danger is a Digimon it shows that Digimon's DP. In addition, it has an inbuilt manager system (DM short for Digital Manager) for money to pay for things such as Trailmon rides.
Tatsuno Tsurugi obtains his Digivice iC from Piccolomon, who transforms his original Digimon Mini into it. Kahara Shou obtains his Digivice iC from Barbamon in order to fight Tsurugi. Inui Yuu obtains his Digivice iC from Andromon in the same way Tsurugi did, as Andromon's last gesture before his death.
Like in Savers, the iC's are later replaced by more advanced Digivices after they are destroyed. Tatsano Tsurugi's iC is destroyed when Zanbamon throws a dagger into it and Inui Yuu's iC breaks for an unknown reason. Kahara Shou destroys his own Digivice in order to prove to Tsurugi that a Digivice is not needed to keep up the bonds between Tamer and Digimon. Tsurugi and Yuu's Digivices are later replaced by the Digimon Twin.
The Digivice IC is shown in some of the menus in game.
The Digivice iC devices of the various tamers appear in the game during various cutscenes, including Digimon evolution sequences.
|Card Game Alpha||
|Masaru's Digivice iC||Yoshino's Digivice iC||Thoma's Digivice iC||Ikuto's Digivice iC|
|Captain Satsuma's Digivice iC||Commander Yushima's Digivice iC||Megumi's Digivice iC||Miki's Digivice iC|
|Digimon Savers Lineart Book|