This is a cool moment that really captures that the Chosen still see Taichi as their leader. 

They are all discussing the situation with the Digimon and if they should take them home or not. When Jyou states that Koushiro wanted everyone’s opinions on the mater you see Mimi, Sora and Yamato’s eyes immediately turn to Taichi, as if looking to him to make a judgement call. 

But he looks down instead, and I think that prompts Sora to then voice her opinion followed by the others.

But they may not of had Taichi spoken.


This is not something I say lightly, but this moment is out of character for Yamato. I cannot believe he did not make a move to hit Daigo.

Daigo had this information when Yamato came to question him and Maki, and Yamato has every reason to assume this is the case.

We are talking about Yamato here! A character prone to violent outbursts (both verbal and physical), even against those he cares about (Taichi, Takeru, Jyou and Sora). Even though we have seen that he has made progress regarding his anger issues, we have also seen evidence in Tri that he is still prone to these outbursts. Examples include the scene in Saikai where he physically grabs Taichi by the collar (and the fact that he came rushing at his class mates moments earlier, seemingly prepared to physically attack them). 

Upon learning that Daigo had this information, information that could have helped them and potentially prevented the reboot, it would have been far more in character for him to, at the very least, berate Daigo. I’d argue even more in character for him to physically assault him in some way. 

Him not berating Meiko for keeping this info to herself is explained by Takeru’s words when he compares himself to Meiko. Daigo does not get the same “get out of jail free card” on this. 


Hello friends!

Studying for long important exams like the DAT (me (’: ), the MCAT, or even the SAT/ACT requires a lot of time budgeting! Today I was scheduling DAT studying for the next 20 days, and I realized that a progress percentage chart would be really useful  for me because it would allow me to plan goals such as “finish a 1084-page review book” or “watch 46 chemistry videos from the video playlist” long-term! It’s hard to put long arduous tasks like these onto a daily or even weekly schedule - for me, they seem to work better when measured by %-finished.

I made this to use for myself this morning, and then realized that it might be useful for some of you out there, too! So I’ve uploaded it to google drive so you all can use it if it will be helpful in your studies. They come in blue, pink, yellow, and grayscale (for black-and-white printing): >>DOWNLOAD HERE<<

EDIT: I’ve gotten a suggestion from a very nice anon to make the background white so the printable does not use as much ink when printed in color! >>HERE<< is the link the white-background version on GDrive :)

To use this chart, I filled out specific goals on the left hand column and colored in the progress bar in the right in accordance with the percentage of the task or goal I had finished. I also marked dates next to the progress bar so I knew when I should have finished 50%, or 75%, or 100% of a task, etc. Here’s a pic of how I used it:

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