List of Digivices
Digivices (デジヴァイス Dejivaisu) [N 1] in most Digimon media are strange tools used to tame, evolve and strengthen Digimon (and in Digimon Frontier, humans). Their forms vary, as do their functions, but all Digivices allow Evolution. Many are also available as Virtual Pets.
List of Digivices
This was the first TV appearence of a Digivice. They were merely used for Evolution and energy sharing. The Digivices were later updated to incorporate the use of Digimentals and could be used to open portals to the Digital World and Organic World. They were dubbed "D-3's" by Koushiro.[N 2]
The Digivices in Digimon Tamers, known in the original anime as D-Arks, were mostly used for the "Card Slash" technique, which uses the data of Hyper Colosseum cards to modify and augment the Digimon's physical form and abilities to aid in battle.
The Digivices in Digimon Frontier, known in the anime as D-Scanners were used to collect and convert data in the form of DigiCode. They could also evolve chosen humans into Digimon.
These Digivices could perform every form of Evolution by converting the users DigiSoul energy. They could also store Digimon. They were known as the Digivice iC, though simply called "Digivice" in the anime, while a later upgrade of the iC was known as the Digivice Burst. Other digivices in the Savers anime were Kurata's Digivice and the Bio Hybrid Digivice.
Though not referred to as "Digivices" by name, the Digimon Xros Loaders fill the same role as a Digivice and have comparable capabilities.
The digivice for this series is called the Appli Drive.
The Digivice 01 was the primary Digivice used by tamers in the V-Tamer manga.
The D-Cyber is the digivice used by the Tamers of the Chinese manga D-Cyber. The real-world virtual pet was a hacked Pendulum X manufactured by Bandai Asia.
The primary Digivice of Digimon Next was the Digivice iC (see above). This featured the same functions as the V-Pet (Heal, Clean, Feed, etc.). Several of the Digivice iC were upgraded to the Digimon Twin.
When Millenniumon takes over and captures the Chosen Children, Agumon retains Yagami Taichi's Digivice. He sends it to Akiyama Ryo through his computer screen to bring him into the Digital World, and then gives it to him for the duration of the game, so that he can use it to fight Millenniumon's forces and free Taichi and the other Chosen Children. However, since it is not his own Digivice, Ryo is unable to use it to evolve Agumon. Instead, its main purpose is to purify Millenniumon's servants and convert them into allies.
Taichi's Digivice, simply called the "Digivice", is a key item that is added to Ryo's inventory after the first dungeon is cleared. Points are added to it every time an enemy Digimon is defeated. The Digivice can be used on enemy Digimon from the Item menu, spending all of its points to attempt to convert one selected Digimon into an ally.
The six main D-3s from Digimon Adventure 02 appear in Digimon World: Digital Card Arena as the "Digivice" series of Option Cards, each named after their color. Each of them boosts the user's Digimon's HP and Attack depending on their Attribute.
A grey Digivice iC appears on the pause menu.
Digivices were first created as a story point and case for the V-Pet, Digital Monster.