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- Cross-Dressing Voices: Taiki, Shoutmon, Taichi, Taichi's Agumon, Daisuke, Takato, Guilmon... Basically, a lot of the guys.
- Hey, It's That Voice!:
- Tagiru is Marina Inoue, who you might recognize as Erio Mondial, Kohak Hearts, and Yoko.
- Gumdramon is played by Kumiko Watanabe, whose previous Digimon work includes Tomoki, as well as such roles as Keroro in Keroro Gunsou, Shippo in Inuyasha, and the titular character of Klonoa.
- Ren is played by Houko Kuwashima, who did Nene, Lilithmon, and Cutemon in the previous series. Let's hope her non-Digimon roles don't end up casting a shadow over this poor kid.
- Dracumon is played by Daisuke Kishio, who played Zenjirou, Blastmon, Beelzebumon, and MailBirdramon in Xros Wars.
- Ryouma is played by Tetsuya Kakihara - Simon is arguably his most famous role. That makes him and Tagiru a case of Relationship Voice Actor. He was also Natsu.
- Psychemon is Dorulumon and Tentomon, as well as Cloud Strife and Suzaku Kururugi.
- Opossomon is Ryoko Shiraishi, who returns after playing Akari and Mervamon in the previous series. She's also known for playing Himeko in Sket Dance and the titular character in Hayate the Combat Butler.
- Though he didn't do much but grunt, Sagomon is voiced by Shigeru Chiba, who is known for playing Buggy the Clown, Kefka Palazzo, Emperor Pilaf and The Narrator from Fist of the North Star.
- Masaru (Tagiru's classmate, not the Savers hero) is voiced by Megumi Urawa, aka Dracomon, Iori and Armadimon.
- Phelesmon is played by Ryo Horikawa, better known as Vegeta.
- Name's the Same: Yuu Amano shares a given name with Yuu Inui from Digimon Next.
- Talking to Himself: Shoutmon, voiced by Chika Sakamoto with Taichi's Agumon, of whom he was something of an Expy to begin with.
- Jou with Damemon; similar to Agumon's case, Masami Kikuchi's performance as Jou this time leans precariously into sounding like Damemon compared to his original portrayal.
- Gomamon with Takuya as well.
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