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The D-Scanner was a device created by Ophanimon, one of the Three Great Angels, to allow humans to use the Spirits of the Warrior Ten, scan Digi-Code, and contain any Spirit. With them, one could Spirit Evolve, or Double Spirit Evolve. Ophanimon upgraded Takuya's and Kouji's in episode 35 so that they could be used the Hyper Spirit Evolve.

The D-Scanners.

The Warrior Ten each created two Spirits to represent them in later times. The H (for Human) Spirits, and the B (for Beast) Spirits. So, there was an H and B Spirit for every element: Fire, Light, Ice, Thunder, Wind, Darkness, Water, Ground, Steel, and Wood. However, the H and B Spirits of Darkness were actually corrupted versions - when Ophanimon's energy purified them of Cherubimon's corruption, they became known as the L and K Spirits, because the H and B Spirits of Darkness already existed as the corrupted Spirits. L and K stand for Lowemon and Kaiser Leomon.

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Digimon Savers
The new anime continues to air weekly in Japan.

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Digimon Savers: The Movie
December 9th.

Digimon Next
The chapters continue to appear monthly in V-Jump.

Digivice Burst
November 18th.

Digimon Story
The US version is set to appear later this year.

Digimon Mini Ver. 2
Japan. The latest V-Pet came out March 18th.

Japan. The newest Japanese card game set came out in early April.

Figue Cube Mini
Japan. The Digimon Figure Cube Minis came out late April.

Ultimate Genome
Japan. The fourth version of the Digimon Accelerator came out November 19th, in two colors - red and blue.

X-Evolution DVD
Japan. The DVD came out on November 25th, almost a year after the movie first aired.

Digimon Mini
Japan. November 23rd.

Digimon Next
Japan. The first Japanese Digimon manga since V-Tamer, Digimon Next came out in a recent issue of V-Jump.

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