viernes, 17 de noviembre de 2017

The unknown mass that subs to me

One thousand followers nobody knows why they are there

Aitormolinagamer managed to get 1000 subscribers on YouTube, after making videos since 2009 trough two main channels. But the viewers have changed a lot, too young and too old, there is not a “general target” anymore. So people who don’t understand the net follow random users with ease and nowadays 1000 subs aren’t now what they used to.

Making videos or not has the same results right now, same about working hard on them or publishing a first draft. The recent uploads have to be successful in their first day or they would be buried between the web mass. More subs isn’t more feedback like it used to, neither having more views than subs.

That was before, now YouTube is a machine with algorithms that are always evolving and humans can’t get ahead of them. Numbers and views are higher than ever, but actual feedback is like channels had just 100 subs. At least, I like to thank new subs even if they never interacted before. When the page notifies me, I leave thankful comments in their channels hoping to them to comment me back more often, but it never works.

I also can never know why people subs me discounting that English users had to be Lawl of the Dead fans while the Spanish content is a mystery. It can be because Aitor Molina Vs, Bad Animations or Digimon Abridged. So it’s like I don’t have a thousand people to thank because they don’t actually follow me.


But where are the views?

If a new video gets uploaded, it eclipses the previous content with just a few exceptions. Bill Cipher’s moveset is the most viewed video from my channel, the second is Papyrus & Sans’. Hocobop has a nice tour by webseries contests, but those don’t give online feedback. Plenty of people who used to like Jorosahe search critiques to justify not liking him anymore, so they find Bad Animations. And for some reason, Dogmons is commented by Brazilians.

I have been questioning myself why follow the weekly video schedule if it didn’t work trough 2017. There have been good videos like Hobocop, Bizarre March and the last movesets. But the audience that is subbed because supposedly want to help, don’t do it. I could only personally thank “the eternal 7” that do offer feedback and share to let me reach more people. It’s like being in a relationship where they insist on loving you but don’t show it with acts. Those are the actual 1000 because I can’t even catalogue the others in the four types of videos outside of knowing the English can just follow Lawl of the Dead.

Digimon Abridged is watched each time less even if the technical level improves every episode, without even commenting why so I correct myself. I almost left YouTube this year because even efforts to solve this January slope like Bizarre March are ignored by the people who suggested it. 2017 never got over the slope and the feedback was exclusive for the eternal seven.


More effort for lesser results

I professionally scheduled my channel like users with millions of subscribers working with sponsors so they don’t interact with the fandom. I had dozens of private videos that made public one per week. Videos were produced with months in advance, which wasn’t even notified by the viewers. You can’t make a video complaining even if “like and bye” doesn’t count as feedback.

Long story short, viewers aren’t disposed to share because they don’t know they have to. Shamefully, when they comment is to huge channels who surely won’t answer, ignoring the smaller part who would. It’s not about analyzing the entire video, just making known the video was understood. “Good video, ha ha” is fine, but elaborating more than copypaste helps at least emotionally.

The second half of 2017 and first of 2018 is my last college year and a factor that affected creating content. At least, I can say that four years studying Audiovisual Communications let me move outside the net and create things that I don’t always share not to take the credit of the team behind it. I can finally see this window of hope on the working life, when it used to be otherwise.

But where are the Hispanics who say that like Digimon Abridged and want more comedic dubs? Where are the Bad Animations followers? What about the ones who ask for more reviews in Spanish? Videos worth watching are ignored no mattering how much work goes on them.


Thinking outside the imaginary box

Creators aren’t properly valued, the same problem can be adapted to different masses of viewers. Big youtubers who can’t measure themselves with the ones with millions that get sponsored complain about the sharing when they just don’t connect with the right audience. These creators could eat the world if they went out of their comfort zones and move trough markets of ideas and series.


It sounds like a topic, but the net is replacing TV everywhere. Digital series have more future than content for YouTube and videos aren’t mystified. There are so many options that users don’t care and just see numbers instead of people creating free entertainment. Showing creations outside the net lets analyzing the reception and having a more direct feedback than comments. I could be right before a new age of my content, 1000 subs is something to care about and I’m being a bit alarmist as a response. See you after the questions!

jueves, 2 de noviembre de 2017

Hacer o no hacer da exactamente los mismos frutos a día de hoy

El canal Aitormolinagamer alcanza los 1000 suscriptores

Hemos llegado a los 1000 suscriptores. Esto es una cosa que de toda la vida se me ha quedado muy lejos, porque llevo haciendo vídeos desde 2009 y YouTube se ha generalizado demasiado por nuevas audiencias demasiado jóvenes y adultas. Cada vez el seguimiento es más fácil y 1000 de ahora no son como 1000 de antes. Basta con hacer un vídeo medianamente viral para recibirlos de golpe, no tiene mucho mérito.

Ahora, YouTube notifica cuando se te suscriben. Me gusta agradecer personalmente en el canal. Por alguna razón, se suscribe gente con perro o sin canal. Normalmente se suscriben porque sí, no se sabe la razón porque nunca interactúan con los videos. Está claro que si el suscriptor es inglés, me sigue por Lawl of the Dead. Pero si el usuario es hispano, no se puede saber por los otros tres ejes del canal: Aitor Molina Vs, Bad Animations y Digimon Resumido.

Entonces, llegar a los 1000 realmente no significa como cuando tenía el canal previo o hace años. Más suscriptores ya no equivale mayor feedback. Antes había correlación, había más visitas que suscriptores, pero solo antes. Por la industrialización de YouTube y los algoritmos cambiantes, no se puede estar al día. Los canales aumentan en suscriptores, pero sus visitas y feedback son como si aún se estuviera solo en los 100 primeros.


Vídeo nuevo, lo previo fuera

No tengo nada que agradecer porque no siento que exista esa audiencia. Lo ven igual si es un vídeo currado o un podcast. Hacer o no hacer da exactamente los mismos frutos a día de hoy. Si el vídeo no llega a las 100 visitas en el primer día, se pierde para siempre enterrado en el canal. El vídeo está muerto, se puede borrar sin afectar al continuo espacio-tiempo.

Los únicos vídeos que reciben feedback en el canal Aitormolinagamer son el moveset de Papyrus & Sans, el de Bill Cipher, Hobocop solo por el recorrido en los festivales de webseries que no comentan, el Bad Animations de Jorosahe atrae ex fans que buscan críticas para auto-justificar su cambio de opinión y, por alguna razón, Dogmons recibe comentarios en portugués.

Si subo un vídeo, tendrá poca repercusión para 1000 suscriptores. Pero el siguiente lo reemplazará y podría borrarse el previo sin perder nada. Mi canal podría mantenerse eliminando el penúltimo vídeo por cada nuevo. No es cuestión de trabajar más o menos, porque  hacer o no da los mismos frutos.


Los 7 de siempre

Te preguntas para qué seguir, lo he pensado durante todo 2017. Ha sido de los mejores años por Hobocop, Marzo Bizarro y los últimos movesets. Pero la audiencia que supuestamente está suscrita para apoyarlos, no lo hace. Señalo a los 7 de siempre que suelen hacen ese esfuerzo de comentar y compartir para permitirme llegar a más gente.

Solo podría agradecer los 1000 a ellos porque el resto es como no tenerlos. Al ser cuatro ejes de contenido, hay gente que solo se suscribe por uno. Es más, la mayor parte de mi audiencia es anglosajona por Lawl of the Dead. Para que veáis que el problema no son las visitas, si no me limitaría a hacer movesets.

Por ejemplo, Digimon Resumido se ve cada vez menos a pesar del nivel técnico en auge. Es más esfuerzo para un resultado inferior. Si al menos comentaran que no les parece tan gracioso como antes o no les gusta algo en concreto, podría valorarlo. Puede pasar algo que no esté viendo, no soy extraño a rectificar en Bad Animations o cuando se creía que odiaba a Agitox.

Tampoco tendría sentido agradecer en vídeo a los 7 de siempre porque ya lo hago por privado. Es como una relación amorosa a demostrar mediante actos fuera de repetir “te quiero”. Ya me busco la forma de estar cuando me necesitan, a los demás solo respondo cuando me comentan.

Esta vez casi dejo YouTube porque todos los años empiezan con la cuesta de enero, por alguna razón no se ve ni comparte. Marzo Bizarro fue el resultado de intentar ponerle remedio hace dos años. A partir de ahí o en verano se empezaba a recuperar el feedback con regularidad.


La subida que nunca llega

2017 nunca ha levantado de la cuesta de enero para mí, ha sido casi exclusivo a los 7 de siempre. Los hispanos que apoyan Digimon Resumido para que salga adelante, ¿dónde están? Quienes solo me siguen por Bad Animations, ¿dónde están? Los que se quejan de que no hay reseñas en español, ¿dónde están? Este cambio de modus operandi se notará porque antes subía un video a la semana y esta segunda mitad del año ha sido más irregular.

Me han preguntado por qué hacía Porkerion Resumido. En la descripción explicaba que era una vídeo-guía que me gustaba de cuando no tenía este seguimiento. Se mantiene y merece de ver, pero lo atribuyen a vagueza a pesar de reducir horas de vídeo a veinte minutos digeribles.

He profesionalizado mi canal como los millonetis, una programación adelantada para subir un vídeo a la semana. A veces tienen a un trabajador o sponsor que suben por ellos, por eso no responden comentarios. Ya tenía 10 o 20 vídeos ocultos de los que subiría uno a la semana y solo lo alteraba cuando improvisaba algún vídeo trendy, aplazando los demás.

He tirado por la programación adelantada por meses. Pero a la hora de crear contenido, he puesto menos esfuerzo porque dar ese extra no sirve de absolutamente nada. ¿Qué haces? ¿Un video quejándote? Like y adiós no funciona porque no puedes ver quién lo da o por qué.


Audiencia no dispuesta a compartir

La audiencia de YouTube no está educada, piensan que con ver el vídeo ya funciona. Pero hay que apoyar más allá, sobre todo si se ofrece más de un tipo de contenido. No es tan fácil de administrar un canal polifacético y no se está pidiendo algo estrambótico porque yo mismo lo hago.

Si sé que no se me va a responder, ¿por qué voy a comentar? Sin embargo, a canales pequeños o medianos sí va a ayudar esta pequeña acción porque lo van a ver aunque no respondan siempre. No hace falta tochacos analíticos como los que nos escribimos Nostalgia Skapokon y yo. Basta con hacer saber lo que veis y os tomáis la molestia de hacerlo saber.

“Jaja, buen vídeo” alegra, aunque realmente llena cuando te das cuenta de que has hecho pensar y te lo argumentan. Más allá de citar una parte del vídeo con copypaste, realmente llenan independientemente a su extensión. Segunda mitad de 2017 y primera de 2018 es mi último año universitario y un factor que ha afectado al contenido. Tras cuatro años estudiando Comunicación Audiovisual, haces cosas que se pueden mover fuera del curso en vez de tanto relleno como Estadística o Usos de la Lengua (en serio). No siempre comparto este contenido por no llevarme al mérito del grupo al tener canal en YouTube.

Ahora veo esa ventana de esperanza al mundo laboral, cuando antes era al revés. No deja de ser un vídeo-diario o currículum interactivo enseñable a un productor para que vea cómo te expresas. Ya me muevo por mercados de ideas y webseries, internet es la nueva tele, el futuro poco a poco. Suena a tópico, pero cada vez es más accesible y no solo para los estadounidenses.


No se valoran los creadores

Llega un momento en el que te interesa más crear contenido fuera de YouTube, como la serie que LonkPlays y yo desarrollamos. Ves que YouTube es cada vez más efímero porque la página no se molesta en anunciarte algo más que lo último vídeo y con suerte. La audiencia ya no lo mistifica, ya no siguen solo a los cinco youtubers que te llenaban de alegría cuando subían algo. Hay tanta gente que ya no se valora, yo ni siquiera era de la primera generación de YouTube, pero no existían los youtubers millonetis.

Cuando sales de internet y mueves proyectos por lugares físicos, ves más posibilidades que en YouTube. Es difícil hacerte valorar aunque gustes, siempre puede salir alguien con menos seguimiento y decir que se lo curra más y menos gente comenta aún avisando a su pequeña audiencia.

Es el mismo problema adaptado a diferentes masas de audiencia. Me fastidia cuando youubers grandes o medianos pero no millonetis se intentan medir como los esponsoreados diciendo que no les comentan mi comparten. Cuando en realidad sí, el problema es que se dirigen a una audiencia demasiado específica de la que no salen porque es su zona de confort. Estos creadores podrían comerse el mundo de salir de su caja imaginaria.


Posible nueva época para mí

Si no hablé antes de estos asuntos es por no ser demasiado alarmista. Si pasa algo, ya te catalogan como el del drama y quieren más. No me gusta ese rollo, el drama se ha cargado a youtubers que me agradaban. Pero no quería limitarme a decir “1000 subs, qué guay, dejadme preguntas”.

En mi canal original, hacía vídeo de preguntas cada 100 suscriptores. Aquí eran movesets, pero los estoy dejando por un tiempo. Quiero hacer un vídeo de preguntas y respuestas, me trabajaré el especial de cuarto aniversario de acuerdo a cómo resulte. No hablaré de mi vida privada, anticiparé proyectos, contestare preguntas efímeras, ni diré mis 10 X favoritos.

Si salen muchas preguntas buenas, puede que haya más de una parte. Os recuerdo que tengo cuenta de Ask para las preguntas efímeras. Administraré comentarios y responderé cosas no tan interesantes o sustanciales para el vídeo. Como el canal de podcast se ve incluso menos, lo digo por aquí. Si esto marca un antes y después o hace pensar, quizás tras la universidad y la barrera de los mil suscriptores el canal pueda renacer inesperadamente.


Muchas gracias y os espero en los comentarios.

miércoles, 2 de agosto de 2017

Digimon Abridged 6: A fistfull of salads (ENGLISH)


*Friendzone Dubs*
TK: I forgot not being stupid!
MONZAEMON: The next video is a nonprofit and fanmade parody. Digimon is propiety of Akiyoshi Hongo, Toei Animation and Bandai. Please, support the official release.
GOMAMON: Previously, on Digimon Abridged… Yes, that’s me, Gomamon. The narrator couldn’t cam today and specifically asked me to substitute him. That means I will digi-evolve in this episode! Now let me read what let me written. The idiots, and Gomamon, were lost in a factory and were attacked by the owner, like it should be. Cubonemon and Garrulomon weren’t at his level and got their asses kicked. So the cockroach with the Cutrerama Professor voice became an even uglier bug and defeated Bendermon.
Episode 6: a fistful of salads
TAI: This is my rifle, this is my gun…
EVERYBODY: This is my rifle, this is my gun…
AGUMON: One is the phallus-centric representation of how women are oppressed in the first world and the other first-worldly represents how human beings are oppressed in the third world. Now you.
JOE: I don’t know what song it is.
MIMI: Then you are dead for me.
TK: Wasn’t he dead for everybody?
IZZY: That’s how you flirt, Joe!
SORA: I love starting the episodes like this.
TAI: It’s like a contest for bullying the most.
*They laugh*
TAI: Are you all right, Sora? ARE YOU ALL RIGHT?
SORA: I noticed something weird.
IZZY: There is a leak in your tit, which I wasn’t looking. I just heard the falling drop.
SORA: This reminds me of the clothing commercial I recorded.
*Commercial flashback*
SORA: Do you like the scent of recently washed clothes? Do you like the texture of white and clean clothes? Soft, nice and pure, very pure, like a virgin.
TAI: Flashback time? Fap fap fap, fap fap Sinatra. Fuck yeah, I shit in a…
TK: Rubbing Matt’s nipples…
MATT: TK, brother, that was just last night, even if it feels like a year between uploads. *Laughs* Sorry, I became too meta, let’s talk about food.
*Food flashback*
MATT: Introducing into my mouth meat so dense and juicy that I can choke with it.
JOE: I only ask for not being bullied.
MIMI: I liked the commercial idea.
IZZY: I want to tell this in a Minecraft series.
GABUMON: Humans are so superficial…
GOMAMON: They are like hollow shells.
TENTOMON: Do you hear that?
NUMEMONS: Howya doin?...
GABUMON: Izzy, are those your friends?
GOMAMON: They act like typical YouTube commentators.
AGUMON: Maybe it’s the Tumblr audience.
NUMEMONS: Yes, yes, of course…
JOE: What if we get out of here? Seriously, we know some literal Shitsmon are coming, we could start putting land between them.
NUMEMONS: You are Numemon, I am Numemon…
AGUMON: Yes, confirmed. Flee you fools!
NUMEMONS: I am Numemon, how were you doing Numemon?
TAI: Why are they following us?
AGUMON: Just run and shut up!
NUMEMON: Oh cool Numemon…
SORA: They throw pink shit!
TAI: Is this how diabetics shit?
TK: I can’t smell shit here!
NUMEMONS: Yes, that’s why I love it… Cool, Numemon… Then, what are you doing tonight?... Yes, I may watch a film, how about Twilight?... Bye Numemon, bye Numemon…
AGUMON: Yep, internet trolls.
TAI: Juas!
MIMI: Vending machines?
SORA: We have eyes, Mimi.
PALMON: Mimi, buy me some Sabritas!
MIMI: I don’t know crap but okay!
JOE: It’s the Lay’s, Mimi!
TAI: Is she developing characterization?
SORA: Finally, it was time.
MIMI: Damn, no potatoes!
PALMON: Take something for you.
MIMI: Do you want me to get fat?
PALMON: You will never be as fat and ugly as me!
NUMEMON: Pretty!
PALMON: Both?
NUMEMON: Do you need anything?
PALMON: Don’t listen to him, it’s a man!
MIMI: How could you deliberately identify me just for my physic? Do you see me just as a pretty face?
PALMON: It’s machirulo*!
*Funny way of saying “male chauvinist”.
MIMI: You ruined my day!... Literally.
NUMEMON: If you treat me like shit, take some shit!
NUMEMONS: Take shit! Take shit!...
MIMI: Jock, start the engine!
SORA: She is referencing…
TAI: Indiana Jones, run!
MATT: Tai, let’s divide!
TAI: Sayonara, queer!
MIMI: They run too fast to be that short-legged!
NUMEMONS: Take shit! Take shit!...
*Giant shit*
PALMON: Let’s face this as digimons!
NUMEMONS: Shit! Shit! Shit!...
MIMI: Very brave, this is how you do it!
PALMON: How weird, like if they saw a bear.
*Giant bear appears*
PALMON: Look, a bear!
MONZAEMON: Welcome to the country of toys.
MIMI: Hi bear, can we bear with you?
PALMON: Don’t look him in the eyes, he looks too absorbed! And he is very strange, he lives between things for kids like Michael Jackson.
MONZAEMON: Wuh!
MIMI: Uf, that’s disturbing.
PALMON: What should we do?
MONZAEMON: Do you like laser beams?
MIMI: When I answered yes I wasn’t picturing this!
MONZAEMON: I’m just playing, give me a bit of attention!
PALMON: He’s more perturbed than usual!
NUMEMON: Come here if you want to live.
MIMI: I will hate myself for this…
MONZAEMON: Where are you? I hope I didn’t be rude…
MIMI: I can’t see the dark wheel.
PALMON: This may be how he socializes.
NUMEMON: Do you want to socialize with me?
MIMI: Nain!
NUMEMON: Shit!
PALMON: This is his town, for the toys.
MIMI: It’s like Disney, but without copyright.
*YouTube has blocked your video*
PALMON/MIMI: Right left, right left…
MIMI: Does somebody supposed to live here?
TAI: I adore this town, I adore this locality, Toy Town is well, is comfortable*.
*Lego Spanish Movie
MIMI: He didn’t use to be that dumb, right?
SORA: This is not a sect, we won’t suicide.
PALMON: I smell sect.
IZZY: Look how many subscribers! Look how many likes! Not a single head joke!
*Head joke counter: 12*
MIMI: At least Izzy acts like usual.
MATT: I like cunts, I’m crazy about vaginas, eating pussy is my life!
JOE: I have self-esteem and personality!
MIMI: All right, now I know they are possessed!
TK: Abstention is the essence of purity, God will accept me into his arms if I’m a virgin!
MIMI: They are completely out of their minds!
PALMON: Yes, but their digimons aren’t with them!
*The digimons inside a trunk*
PALMON: Don’t start without me!
MIM: Are you okay?
PALMON: Gabumon, Tentomon, Biyomon, Gomamon, Patamon, are you there?
AGUMON: Why do you exclude me, cantaloupe head?
*Head joke counter: 13*
PALMMON: Oh sorry, I didn’t bring the class checklist to go one by one.
MIMI: Who did this to you?
AGUMON: Obviously, Seadramon.
SEADRAMON: Yes, it was me, I did everything! Of course not, this flashback is simple excuse to use the most charismatic character… who couldn’t come so I did.
MIMI/PALMON: Seriously?
AGUMON: Of course not!
BIYOMON: She’s dumb!
AGUMON: She’s junkie, she’s a junkie!
BIYOMON: Just look how she dresses!
MIMI: But can you get out of there?
AGUMON: Yes, well, this morning I wake up tired. We thought it was a neat idea looking for a trunk to get inside.
GABUMON: That’s right.
AGUMON: Casually, we found a big one.
GABUMON: And stuffed.
AGUMON: It’s a typical tradition, we call it “trunking”.
GABUMON: Trunking, as always.
AGUMON: We felt like doing it, right? Tuesday at seven o’clock, perfect for spending inside a trunk!
GABUMON: It happened exactly like he said.
PALMON: Mimi, I think they are mocking us.
AGUMON: Of course we are mocking you, jerks!
MIMI: Brats!
TENTOMON: And oxygen is limited…
AGUMON: Move your asses, slackers!
PALMON: What should we do?
MIMI: Should we do trunking too?
PALMON: Mimi, is your drug addiction real or just an unimaginative way of fucking with you?
TK: Christ, receive me into your arms!
MIMI: Don’t you see them? Do I act like the junkie?
MONZAEMON: Has somebody said “receive me into your arms”?
PALMON: If you can see that bear, you are okay.
MONZAEMON: Don’t you bear my oso-tomy*? Instead of “lobotomy”? Eh? Bear joke?
*”Oso” means “bear” in Spanish, his attack is “osotomy” instead of “lobotomy” because “lobo” means “wolf”.
MIMI: Shut up, shut up, shut your mouth off! You are all the same starting with wordplays and puns that worsen each time!
*Monzaemon gives her an evil stare*
MIMI: You are unbearable!
MONZAEMON: You said bear!
MIMI: Now I understand why you are so depressing! This world is crazy and I live in Malaga!
MONZAEMON: Sorry if I’m annoying, but making you run is so entertaining!
NUMEMONS: Howya doin? Wazzup, wazzup! Yes, we eat a lot of shit, we love eating shit, yes, yes… We love doing and eating shit…
MIMI: Am I also hallucinating that?
PALMON: No Mimi, stop asking, I’m equally shocked!
*The Numemons are stepped*
NUMEMONS: Shit, shit, shit…
MIMI: Are they defending us or is it my astigmatism?
MONZAEMON: So you throw me shit, right?
MIMI: And I treated them like disgusting beings…
MONZAEMON: And you hope me to ignore that…
PALMON: I’m helping them!
MONZAEMON: Like if I cared!
*Palmon tangles Monzaemon*
MONZAEMON: I hate girls who cut themselves!
MIMI: He’s right with that.
PALMON: But nobody understands me.
MIMI: And I hate when they don’t get the no!
PALMON: And I hate when slim girls say they are fat!
TOGEMON: We don’t show the entire evolution for copyright restrictions!
*Mimi observes*
TOGEMON: I will make a new face for Yogi.
*Togemon and Monzaemon get closer*
TOGEMON: I used to cut myself, but cutting others is way funnier.
MONZAEMON: If you are going to fight don’t cut the violence!
*YouTube doesn’t let uploading this scene*
MIMI: Glad that I helped you!
PALMON: But don’t choke me!
MONZAEMON: Sorry guys for fought you, I swear it wasn’t my intention. Sometimes I lose my shit, specially with those wheels. But toys all over the world are so alone. We’re thrown in the trash now that you have videogames.
MIMI: So it wasn’t the wheel what unhinged him.
JOE: No, he was already buzzed.
MONZAEMON: We have always been good with you, even if you break us. Even if we felt bad, we never wanted to abandon you…
TAI: Well… we should be leaving.
MONZAEMON: And that frustrates me a lot! All the toys in the world are…
SORA: Another dark wheel…
TAI: A metaphor on capitalism, I suppose.
MONZAEMON: Why don’t you like plushes? Why don’t you like teddy bears like me?
MIMI: Should we go before he osotomizes us?
MONZAEMON: Don’t, guys, see how good this feels!
*He stands*
MONZAEMON: I have a huge complex because I’m substituted by videogames and that’s sad. THAT’S TOO SAD!
MIMI: It’s too pink even for me!
NUMEMON: Good work, Monzaemon! Now put down the girl before the effect wears off.
SEADRAMON: Oh yes, it was me, poor Seadramon…! Stop! I’m tired of goofing around! I’m the best known digimon at home. I should be like an Egyptian god. Like, like Ra… Ramon… I will present the Grand Prix.

MONZAEMON: Then, I purpose to make a syndicate with all the toys in the world! A syndicate against videogames! We will break them and destroy them! I don’t care if I’m put into a videogame because Digimon is about that, but toys will survive! We will survive and laugh at your videogames some day! Some day the world will know the relevance we had on society! The relevance we had in your lives! The relevance we had in your intellectual development! Some day they world will know, some day!