When the kids were separated by Devimon, T.K. and Patamon were sent flying to an
island away from all the others. T.K. is worried about the others and scared, and he
starts to cry. Patamon wishes he could do something, but in his current form, he's not
powerful enough. He thinks of Biyomon, who would digivolve and fly them away, but
that only makes him start to cry. T.K. is surprised that Patamon wishes he could
digivolve, and he suggests a few digivolutions. They don't cheer Patamon up, but the two
decide to explore the island.
They find a village filled with children's toys. They have fun for a while, but Patamon
reminds T.K. that they need to search for the others. When they look around the village,
they discover dozens of baby digimon, Botamon, Punimon, Poyomon, and Yuramon, all
being raised there. The babies start to get hungry, and the two of them are hard pressed
to keep them quiet.
By the river, Elecmon is hunting fish for the babies. He uses his Super Thunder Strike to
capture loads at a time. When he returns to the village, he finds everything in chaos and
attacks T.K. and Patamon. They dodge away, but Elecmon has a short temper. He and
Patamon start fighting again. T.K. doesn't want anyone to fight, so he makes the two
settle their differences in a tug-of-war. Patamon wins the tug-of-war, and Elecmon
surrenders. He realizes that Patamon wasn't at the village to try to take it over from him,
and he becomes more amiable.
T.K. announces that he's going to go to Infinity Mountain and ask Devimon about his
brother. Elecmon tries to discourage him, but T.K. decides that the power of laughter
can overcome any evil. After staying a little while more, T.K. and Patamon leave for
Infinity Mountain, and Elecmon departs for the Yokomon village. As T.K. and Patamon
are getting ready to leave, Leomon arrives on the orders of Devimon to try to kill the two