I Tried Solving a 20-YEAR-OLD Digimon Card Mystery

I Tried Solving a 20-YEAR-OLD Digimon Card Mystery

In the year 2000, Bandai released 4 series of Digimon trading cards, and one of these series is so rare that nobody has ever even seen a photo of it. I tried to track one down. Enjoy!

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35 Responses

  1. Kurtis Conner says:

    thanks for watching 🙂 I know this is different from my usual videos but I had a blast making it. shoutout digischnitzel for helping out and for sharing his story and knowledge 🫡 go follow him on IG!

    • morgan dougherty says:

      i really enjoyed this video actually brought back some memories for me too, i bought a book from my old neighbour full of pokemon and digimon cards when i was like 10 that i should go find


      Can you write this purchase off your taxes since it was for your business?

    • khizmet says:

      Please make more videos like these I really really really love and enjoy them!! You would be so good at doing more 90s nostalgia deep dives and histories!!

    • olivia says:

      loved the video!!! i think passion project sort things are soo interesting and you put such an insane level of effort into your videos that i just loved this^^^

    • Frog named Jog says:

      This video is amazing I was so excited when you revealed you got your own S6!!!!!

  2. Sid Srivastava says:

    Kurtis spending $5900 on a video with no sponsor really shows how devoted he is to digimon

    • mrboss says:

      As soon as I saw this comment I knew the replies were just going to be discussing kurtis’ finances in the most ignorant ways possible

    • Yo It's Alex says:

      @J Girl Sure, but that’s not completely free

    • Technobae says:

      ​@J Girl youtube would never let this be paid off, especially with this less views. Most likely he would best case scenario get half of it back

    • Conor O'brien says:

      @Jana Forkel  yes it is though? You write purchases off so your taxes for the year are lower, you still pay for the item, and you just get a reduction on your income tax for that period.

    • Jana Forkel says:

      @Conor O’brien that‘s not how write-offs work

  3. Mother's Basement says:

    Got two blasts from the past for the price of one in this video. The Movies was AMAZING. First thing I ever put on YouTube was a class project I made in that game.

  4. shinesnakee says:

    Kurtis could make a 6 hour video essay on the Pythagorean’s Theorem and I would watch the whole thing.

  5. Aria: Come Fast To Get Into My Body says:

    Kurtis Conner and Digimon will always go together like PB and J

  6. Aria: Come Fast To Get Into My Body says:

    The joy I felt when Kurtis revealed that he bought the 5900 card… Priceless! Well, I guess, not totally priceless.

  7. AJ says:

    Seeing Kurtis talk endlessly about something he really loves is not only entertaining but wholesome as hell.

    Digischnitzel seems like a super chill and passionate dude would def like to see more of him in the future if anymore Digimon mystery’s pop up❤️🙏🏽

  8. Tymbus says:

    Kurtis goes on a fantastic journey across time and space. There’s sadness, suspense, loss, trumph, hopes raised and dashed and an awesome ending. Someone should adapt this for the big screen.

  9. AngelicLime says:

    For some reason this made me feel such a rush of emotions. Hardcore nostalgia, heartwarming community, and the eagerness of preserving such an obscure piece of history.
    So many things like this we never thought about as a kid that were taken out of the plastic, well-used, and even thrown out, that we may never see again.
    It’s like, completing a super niche museum exhibit!

  10. leslie knope says:

    I love when Kurtis gets deep in a subject like this. He’s so passionate about it 🥹🥹♥️

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