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Description: With five new kids and an exciting new mission in the Digital World, Digimon Frontier brings back all the great action and adventure of the last three seasons. Takuya, Kouji, Izumi, Junpei. and Tomoki meet each other in a train that takes them to the Digital World where a war against evil is being fought. The Angel digimon, Cherubimon, one of The three angels sent to save the World from the power-hungry Lucemon, has turned to the dark side and the entire Digital World is in peril. To fight this great battle, the five CHOSEN ONES must find the Densetsu no Spirit (Legendary Spirit). 5 children receive strange messages on their cell phones that lead them to a train that takes them to the "Digital World"; a strange world filled with bizzare creatures called "Digimon". These children have been sent there to stop an evil Digimon named Cherubimon from completely annihilating the planet of all its inhabitants. In order to accomplish this, the 5 children must locate their "spirits", which will evolve them into the Densetsu no Toushi (Legendary Fighter) Digimon. Unfortunately for them Cherubimon has ordered his servants to stop the kids from finishing the mission; eventually the children will have to fight Cherubimon's forces in order to save the planet.
It is indeed a new Frontier (Though there are hidden familiarities)
For people watching this series for the first time and have watched the previous series: YOU MAY OR MAY NOT LIKE IT! You will either hate it or love it. It all depends on how you look at this series.
In this series the children become the digimon. It is a take off of the Season 3 (Tamers) idea that humans could merge with their digimon (their final form) only this time they fight alone as the digimon themselves. Humans BECOME the digimon. There is no traditional digivolving except for Spirit Evolution and Slide Evolution. None main characters are seen to digivolve but not the main cast.
However before you all wrinkle your noses at this or get wide eyed and excited, let me tell you: (SPOILER): At the end of the series they show that while yes the humans fought as digimon, the spirits themselves are alive. At the end the spirits act independent, not as if it’s the kids moving and thinking. So we all find out in a way (if you think about it) that really the digimon were alive but the kids just controlled them. They were partners in a different way. Rather then following them around like previous seasons, the spirits worked together with the humans while the humans fought, the digimon the shell while the humans were the heart that caused the actions.
So it’s like the previous seasons but in a different light. The digimon partner is unseen and the human "bio-merges" with the spirit in the digivice to "digivolve" into an actual Digimon (using past season terms). It is not until the end however that we learn the Digimon they turn into can indeed act and move for themselves.
Also I am not sure of the creator’s original intention but we have to keep in mind that all the seasons (except for 1 &2) take place in different universes. With that the case you have to think that this may be like a future thing/more modern timing in comparison to past seasons (As time does go on and the seasons are made to fit the century/year they come out) but it may also be a PREQUEL. <—This is not an official statement only theorized by fans. But those who have watched Adventure will recall the mentioning of the first original digidestined who were 5 children. It may be coincidence but it may be that this series is suppose to be the beginning of the whole digimon and human partner thing. So just think of it as the primitive version of that relationship (though like I said, they are more modern with things than the first season.)
That said, I hope you all enjoy the show. Digimon Frontier is indeed a show that is a new frontier for the franchise. While it is not without its flaws for storyline and characters I find watching both the English and Japanese version charming. You take away something new from each of them, finding the story deeper. There are pros and cons to both versions and there are things I certainly like better in one version than the other, but this is a good show.
Give it a chance. :)