About the AUEdit
In this AU, the members of the Big Four are portrayed as "DigiDestined" or "Digimon Tamers", children that are partnered with digimon - or "digital monsters" - to empower them to fight off other Digimon, as they fight to save both of their worlds. Most commonly, this AU takes place in modern times.
The four and other such characters can also be portrayed as the digital monster versions of themselves or as original Digimon.
The Big FourEdit
Hiccup is usully portrayed as a DigiDestined/Digimon Tamer. Being a natural-born leader in-canon, Hiccup is usually portrayed as the leader of the group, complete with goggles to fit with the recurring motifs digimon leaders possess. Relying on his friends and the bond he has with wild and tamed dragons gives him the Crest of friendship.
Toothless is usually portrayed as his digimon partner Toothlessmon, his various levels resembling a cyborg/dragon-esq motif. This further cements Hiccup's position as leader, as many of the series' leaders possess dinosaur-like digimon as partners, many of their digivolved forms possessing cyborg qualities.
With his history, Jack is a lone DigiDestined/Digimon Tamer (that has been one the longest) that bumps into the group (of the chosen children) a few times before he and his digital partner finally join them. Jack's partner can be an Ice Digimon (like Frigimon or Sorcermon) or one that likes to have fun and play tricks. Baby Tooth can be a Piximon that travels and helps Jack and his partner out in their battles and feels safer at Jack's side. The crest he carries is mostly Sincerity.
Fans have also portrayed the winter spirit as an ice Digimon, that helps the chosen children in their task, was helped by them or is partnered up with Jamie Bennett.
Merida is the serious one among the DigiDestened/Digimon Tamers, that acts like the second in-command with the support of her partner. Merida's Digimon can be skilled at archery or bear like (like Bearmon) to resemble her mother or brothers' bear forms, her partner can also be horse like to resemble Angus or having Angus portrayed as Angusmon. Her bravery gives her the crest of Courage.
Rapunzel is the DigiDestened/Digimon Tamer that is the shy one and dose her best to keep the team together when things look dark and down. She can even be the one that carries medical supplies/a first aid kit, so she can treat and take care of her friends and their digimon. Her digital-monster can be between plant like (like Floramon or Lalamon), has powers over the sun and light or Pascal portrayed as Pascalmon. Fans have also given her the crest of Light.
Like the original DigiDestined/Digimon Tamer teams in the series', the team are portrayed as DigiDestineds/Digimon Tamer from Japan. With original (real) Digimon or Fakemon (fanmade Digimon) that are based on their armor, as they keep San Fransokyo safe, travel to and from or trying to find their way home from the Digital World. Baymax can be Hiro or Tadashi's digital partner, or as a Digimon (called Baymax) that helps the team out. Given the heavy use of science-fiction and darker themes, the Big Hero Six would resemble the team from the third season the most.
The Project Silent Sparrow portal can serve as the doorway and gateway between their world and the Digital world. While the people that work at Krei Tech and for Alistair Krei, try to understand the creatures that come out of their creation and the world that they come from. Which might get them to notice the team's digital friends and what they get up to together.
Since MiM watches over the children of the world, he can be the one that helps the chosen children and their digital partners as they fight to free the Digital World that he watches over, much like Gennai and Ophanimon.
Pitch is portrayed as the "Dark Lord" virus-attribute Digimon that unleashes chaos across the Digital World and sends dark, powerful or controlled Digimon to get rid of the chosen children that were sent to stop him. Much like Devimon and his black gears and the Digimon Emperor and his control spires, Pitch Black would influence other digimon through the use of his Nightmares.
In other cases, Pitch would act as the corrupt human-companion to a malevolent digimon or a government agent that meddles with the affairs of the main heroes.
Heather's past makes her a DigiDestined/Digimon Tamer that was chosen and given the task to spy and gain the Chosen Children's trust by a Virus Digimon, much like Koichi Kimura with Cherubimon and Nene Amano with Bagramon. As Heather and her partner (Windshear as Windshearmon) were doing their job for their "master", Heather grew close to the chosen heroes and later joins them when she and her partner realized what they were doing is wrong and hopes that their friends can help tehm to undo their "wrong" deeds.
The members of the Berk Dragon Training Academy can be portrayed as a group of DigiDestineds/Digimon Tamers, with their dragons as their digital partners. The dragons that they had trained, faced, came across and befriended in the DreamWorks Dragons films and the TV series can also be portrayed as digital monsters that they fight, help and befriend.
Since there are some Dragon Digimon in the series, they can ever be portrayed as one of them or as their own kind of Digimon. Like featuring Toothless as Toothlessmon and having Hiccup as his human partner, their friends of the Berk Dragon Training Academy can also be portrayed as the DigiDestineds/Digimon Tamer that are partnered up with Dragon Digimon versions of their dragons. Dragons like Valka's Bewilderbeast assist the chosen children, while the Red Death and Drago's Bewilderbeast are the "Dark Lord" virus-attribute Digimon leaders, as Alpha dragons are the rulers of their nest and have the power to control the dragons that reside in it. Since dragons are reptiles they can even be featured as some of the lizard and reptile Digimon.
Helping a group of people in a world that they don't understand easily makes Guy a DigiDestined/Digimon Tamer, that has spend a lot of time in the Digi-World and helps newcomers find their bearing in the digital world; before he and his partner become members of the chosen children's group. His partner will mostly be Belt portrayed as Beltmon, while others think that it should be the monkey-caveman like Digimon, Monmon. Some of the digital monsters that he and his partner come across can be Digimon versions of the hybrid animals from The Croods.
The Minions can be portrayed as Digimon that go by Minionmon. Since they follow powerful, "villain" leaders, they can work and serve under one of the virus-attribute Digimon. They can also be a tribe of peaceful Digimon, before they were influenced into becoming Evil Digimon (the form they took as Evil Minions can serve as their dark controlled form), so they could help their "Master" deal with the chosen children and their digital partners; who later freed them from what was controlling them.
The Kakamora's appearance can easily make them a tribe of small, deadly Digimon (Kakamoramon). Since they are one of the antagonists in Moana, they can be one of the evil/dark Digimon that are tasked to stop the chosen children. Tamatoa (as Tamatoamon) can be the virus-attribute Digimon that they serve (as they both come from the same film), while the Kakamora Chief is their general.
Since the Cy-bugs are like viruses that only know how to eat, kill and multiply (which their eggs can serve as Digi-Eggs), they are seen as one of the dark, virus digimon (Cybugmon), that are tasked with destroying the Digital World. "Cybug King Candy" can be one of the "Dark Lord" virus-attribute Digimon that is their master and leader, that had given them the task of "eating" and killing anyone that stands in their way.
The Trolls can be portrayed as a tribe of friendly Digimon (Trollmon), that help or had help from the humans and Digimon that were tasked with saving their world. Grand Pabbie could help the chosen children by giving them a word of advice, allow his fellow Digimon to give them food and shelter or tells them where their next battle or destination is.
Because of the Boggans' goal of spreading the rot across Moonhaven, they are seen as virus-attribute Digimon (Bogganmon), with Mandrake and Dagda (portrayed as Mandrakemon and Dagdamon) as their "Dark Lord" virus-attribute Digimon leaders. They could also use their rot spreading arrows to put other Digimon under their control; much like Devimon's black gears and the Digimon Emperor's control spires.
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