Takato Matsuki (Japanese Name: Takato Matsuda) is the main protagonist of Digimon Tamers. His Digimon partner is Guilmon. and also he Can Biomerge with Guilmon to became Gallantmon Guilmon Mega Level. and he is the Leader of the Tamers. he is The Human Half of Gallantmon.
In the English version, he was voiced by Brian Beacock.
In the Japanese version, he was voiced by Makoto Tsumura.
He wears a blue shirt and goggles, Gray Pants, And Finally Green And Light Gray Shoes.
Takato is a cheerful, happy, carefree person, and loves Digimon, loving to play the Digimon card game and drawing Digimon he made up. His drawing of Guilmon came to life and became his partner. He became fast friends with Henry Wong and his partner Terriermon. He also had a crush on Jeri Katou throughout the series. Takato cares about all of his friends and their Digimon. Takato is considered to the leader of the Tamers by many fans though it was never explicitly stated.
Takato create Guilmon as his Digimon Partner by using a sketch. While Takato went down for dinner, Guilmon's sketch was scanned into Takato's Digivice and started to come to life. Takato found where Guilmon is about to be born. Guilmon then came to life. At first Takato was afraid that his creation was about to attack him, but Guilmon became friendly and the two were instantly best friends.
- His English Voice Actor Brian Beacock, also voiced Bokomon from Digimon Frontier and Agumon from Digimon Data Squad.
- Guilmon You are my best Friends i cant Stad Mad at you and is all my fault not listen to you and turst you Guilmon.
- GuilmonRunaway i Beg you.
- Biomerge Activate.
- For Jeri
- Even though I thought I would never be the same, the world soon went back to normal and after a while so did I. Life became exactly as it was before I met Guilmon. Kazu still made bad jokes and Miss Nami still gave too much homework. Sometimes I go by our old hangouts just to see if he's there. Don't know why I bother, 'cause he's never there. Most times I'm OK but there's this one thing that bugs me: a promise I made to a friend—a promise I don't think I can keep. —Takato saves all sentient life, receives no recognition and loses his friend in the process. All and all a pretty sad ending. Actually, scratch that! I think I'm going to keep that promise after all!