The Digimon Site Hall Of Fame
If you think your site is good enough to be in the Hall Of Fame e-mail us and we'll check out your site and see if its good enough. If we find a good page we'll induct it right away!
The Digimon Shrine: One of the first digimon sites. It had everything your average Digimon site needed. It was the example for all the other Digimon sites on the planet. The Digimon Shrine will probably be the most famous Digimon site of all. Gordon Kane's Digital Monster Page: The most informative Digimon site ever. It had everyhting about every Digimon, but it had to end all because of some stupid Game Boy game called Pokemon. The Teddymon Hangout: Probably the most original Digimon site. It was the first Digimon website to use a form for an unrelated webring matter. It also put a new meaning of fun into Digimon sites. This site will go down in history. The Digimon Five: The most entertaining Digimon site. It has the looks, and it has the info, but it has stuff cooler than anything else in the kingdom of Digimon web sites. Digimon 5, we salute you.