User talk:Zeromaru X

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Digital World[edit]

Shouldn't all the information of the Digital World that you have included go to this page Digital World (concept)? I believe the Digital World page refers to the universe of Digimon Adventure, or at least the original one, I'm not 100% sure though. --Shadow Shinji (talk) 19:31, 12 October 2019 (CDT)

Hi. Mmm, I was planing to use another bit of information planned for the concept. However, if you believe that this should go to the concept then I would update it. This is the info I was planing to use for the concept:
A World Different than Reality, The Digital World !!
A huge world exists in a different dimension than the Reality in which human beings live.
It is assumed that the all existence is reduced to data in this huge digital space.
In any case, there has not been anyone who can see, profoundly, all the pieces, many of which are involved in mystery, of this existence.
There are a variety of Digital Worlds that are full of life, though digital. They have an existence that transcends reality and sometimes even corrodes reality.
Human technology has opened the door to another "Reality" that can not be measured and some people say that the human race has reached a turning point of destiny as a species.

Source --Zeromaru X (talk) 19:42, 12 October 2019 (CDT)

Oh it sounds good to me. To begin with, I'm not sure what's the difference between the split DW itself and the concept, if it's not the first is referring just for Digimon V-Pets/Adventure continuity? This pages haven't been updated in a long time. I trust on your judgement anyways. --Shadow Shinji (talk) 17:25, 13 October 2019 (CDT)
To be clear, neither do I. It's something that was here in the first place, so I just updated the info. If you feel the need to merge the two articles, then I suggest we should create a different article for the Old Digital World, as there is a differentiation between this one and the New Digital World in the artbooks.--Zeromaru X (talk) 17:36, 13 October 2019 (CDT)