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"In the anime series, it's usually fate that sucks the kids into the nearest wormhole to the Digital World, gives them a few Digivices and Digimon partners, and sends them on their way. I came to this world first, alone, and purely by accident, and not even a Digivice in sight. But... This is where coincidence ends, and where destiny begins, forged by our own hands."
—Keith Windslow

Brainchild of Cronosonic, this is basically what you get if you take a carbon copy of the real world, add a Digital World that has Digimon who believe that humans are fiction, keep some rules but break others, and then take the idea of humans being able to fight Digimon on their own from Digimon Savers, add an intentionally simple card game, and run with it.

Basically, Digimon: Another Time, Another World is a Digimon Elsewhere Fic of sorts, delving into yet another alternate universe.

Meet Keith Windslow, a sixteen-year-old programmer from Sydney, Australia, who gets sucked into the Digital World purely by accident. He meets a Renamon named Vix, and the story kicks off from there. After a confrontation with a Devimon, his friends get involved, and more humans come through to the Digital World...

So far, only four chapters have been published.

Story on Fanfiction.Net.

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Author's Note: Of course, I'm gonna leave the most objective tropes as I make more chapters and leave the rest to Wiki Magic, provided that it happens. Hopefully.

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