Angel:So, here it is. The idea that's been floating around in my mind for a while now. Well, one of the ideas, anyway. A Digimon/Sailor Moon crossover. It focuses on Rei, and there are elements that have been… removed. Some elements may be altered. I will try to address this later. For now, let's start the show!

Disclaimer: Digimon was created by Akiyoshi Hongo. Sailor Moon was created by Naoko Takeuchi. I do not own any of the above material. The only thing I may own is an idea for a crest (for later chapters) and the idea that popped into my mind.

Prologue: Introduction

(Rei POV)

Who says there's no such thing as monsters?

No, really, I would love to know who said that, so I can prove them wrong.

Hi, I'm Hino Rei. I live with my grandpa at our family's shrine. I don't know how long our family has had the shrine, but grandpa said that it's been with our family for several generations, so it must be a LONG time.

Now, I know you may be thinking, "Hino? Isn't that also the name of that politician: Hino Takashi? Are you related to him?" I would ask that you do not mention him around me, but I would also have to tell you that, yes, I am related to him. I'm his daughter. I really don't want anything to do with him for… reasons. I'm living with my grandpa now partially because he can't be bothered to care about anything but his career. Not his daughter… and not even his own wife; my mother. My mother got really sick and eventually had to go to the hospital. He never visited her, not even once. Now she… she's not here anymore.

It's only been a few months, and I still miss her so much. There are days that I wake up and think she's still here, or I'll want to tell her something, only to remember she's gone. It hasn't been easy for me, or for grandpa. But he always tells me to remember the good times I had with mom, and that she would want me to be happy. It's made things a bit easier.

And now we jump into the main part of our story. Now that it's summer vacation, I wasn't expecting to do much outside of helping around the shrine or doing other fun things. Grandpa, however, had other plans. He had heard about that summer camp that would be held and decided to sign me up to go. I didn't want to go, but I didn't want to cause a lot of trouble for grandpa, especially after all he's done and after everything that's happened. So, I decided to just smile and agree to go.

If I had known that going to summer camp would change my life…

If I had known anything about what was to come…

… would I have still wanted to go?

… yes. I wouldn't have changed it for the world.