--On a less contentious note, what's the source on Z'dMillenniumon having the X-Antibody?
It doesn't, that's due to a small flaw in Template:S because of the apostrophe present in its name.
What is this "Noga Kard" and where's the source? --Ainz
The book the Noga Kard thing is "referenced" from does not exist. --Devkyu 12:48, 11 December 2007 (EST)
--If it isnt Xeed Millenniumon, what is this:
Full Card List (166,533 bytes) 5824: || WS-3 || Xeed Millenniumon || || ズィードミレニアモ
That's here on this Wiki.
Plus, Noga Kard does exist. Unless I am imagining it on my desktop at this very moment, which I seriously doubt. The only reason that anybody began doubting Noga's existence is because some hick said "my daddy's an archaeologist and he's never heard of it" and "I'm a college student so you have to listen to me." I have a masters in world religions. Does that mean I trump them?
Seriously, people are way to quick to judge. Horstachio 14:34, 11 December 2007 (EST)
Well if the Noga Kard does exist can you reference any books or websites (such as Wikipedia) that indicate this?--Daisuke Motomiya 14:40, 11 December 2007 (EST)
Where should it be mentioned that the bands sealing it consist of the original html for Digimon Channel? (www.digimonchannel.or.jp)
On a side note, sorry for taking so long for the bios, I'll have this up tomorrow when my own computer has internet (using friends now).KrytenKoro06 05:19, 21 December 2009 (UTC)
Z'd is NOT Hebrew
In XWm 18, Zeed's name is spelled in kanji which mean "The Final Millennium Monster".
Zeed/Z'd as meaning "final" makes much more sense for ZeedGarurumon especially, as it is not insolent or wicked at all (at best, the manga had it be an Anti-Yggdrasil Digimon).KrytenKoro06 00:59, 16 December 2011 (CST)