Digimon Tamers DIM cards

New Digimon Tamers DIM Cards Include Guilmon, Terriermon, or Renamon

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Premium Bandai will release Digimon Tamers DIM cards, which allow you to train Digimon while monitoring your daily activity levels. With these ones specifically, you can raise and evolve Guilmon, Terriermon, or Renamon. The cards are available for pre-order from January 14 to March 21, 2022. They will ship out in May 2022, and cost $35.

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In order to use your Digimon Tamers DIM card, you will need a Digital Monster Vital Bracelet. These are also available via Premium Bandai. The Vital Bracelet is a mix between a Tamagotchi and Pokemon Go, in which it calculates how many steps you take per day and uses that to raise your Digimon. Your Digimon’s Digivolution path depends on your activity level. That means that, while the show version of Terriermon Digivolves to Gargomon, how much you exercise may turn it into something else.

There are multiple types of Digimon Vital Bracelets and DIM cards. These ones allow you to raise Guilmon, Terriermon, and Renamon, which are the three main Digimon from Tamers. Premium Bandai also offers one of Gammamon, who is the main partner Digimon of Digimon: Ghost Game.

Digimon Tamers first aired in 2001 and is the third animated series in the Digimon franchise. Unlike the first two shows, a large portion of Tamers takes place in the real world, as opposed to the digital world. While Terriermon first appeared in the Digimon Adventure 02: Digimon Hurricane Landing!! film, Guilmon and Renamon debuted in Tamers.

The Digimon Tamers DIM cards are available for pre-order on Premium Bandai until March 21, 2022. They have a release window of May 2022.

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