Disclaimer: I do not own Digimon or any related terms. They are owned by Bandai.
The computer turned on slowly, causing the man much frustration. Why, he thought angrily, does my computer choose now to take its sweet time?
After what seemed like hours (though was actually ten seconds), the computer loaded the desktop. The man immediately opened Internet Explorer and began typing in the URL bar at amazing speed. (He was, in fact, an expert typist since high school.)
However, before the man could press Enter, a window named DigiGate popped-up.
The man, furious once again, was about to close the infernal pop-up until something appeared in DigiGate.
A large, mechanical gate appeared in the window. Above it, the words GATE OPENED flashed. Loud beeping could also be heard, though strangely enough the speakers weren't on.
The man had lost his anger and was now dumbfounded. Never had he seen such realistic computer graphics (and this was true, for his nephew played many video games).
In DigiGate, a large red button appeared on the gate. The man, still amazed, paused briefly before finally clicking on the button.
For a moment, nothing seemed to happen. However, the gate suddenly opened and a blinding flash of light came from the screen. "Gah!" screamed the man, shielding his eyes with his arm.
A few seconds later, he put his arm down and glanced back at the computer screen. The light had gone, and with it DigiGate as well.
The man then sat at his computer desk, puzzled. Had it all been a daydream? He recalled waking up early that morning because his butler had tripped over a stack of papers on the staircase.
As he thought, someone, no, something had touched him softly on the back.
Surprised and slightly frightened, the man spun around on his chair, nearly knocking down his warm cup of coffee.
What he found behind him would lead to events that would threaten two worlds and call upon six heroes who would not only defend the worlds, but learn about their true selves.