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Willa Cather’s stories about Digimon were some of the most widely read in the early years of the Digimon anime.
Her stories helped cement the show as a must-see series and helped create a loyal fan base for the franchise.
Now, Cathers tales are coming to an end.
The author of the popular Digimon series, Willa Cacey, will stop writing in 2018 and will never again be able to continue writing about Digivolutions and Digimon.
Cathers will no longer be able write about DigiDestined, or any of the characters or Digimon, for that matter.
The announcement was made in a series of tweets on Saturday.
Digimon fans can take solace in knowing that the author will not be able re-tell her stories or even continue to write about the series.
Catherine Cather, author of “The Digimon World series” and the author of more than 70 novels and manga, died at the age of 81.
She was a pioneer of anime and manga.
She also helped popularize the idea of Digimon and was the author behind the DigiPals franchise, which has now sold over two million copies.
In her obituary, Cacey wrote about how her work helped inspire young people and inspire others.
“I had a very hard life.
I was bullied at school, had depression and anxiety and panic attacks, and was living on food stamps,” Cather said in a statement.
“All of these things combined to make me an even harder person.
My life has been full of great moments.
But all of it was a burden.
My work gave me hope that maybe I could change for the better.
I am thankful that people still find meaning in me.”