From the official Japanese Twitter account, the final form of Lee Jianliang’s partner in the Digimon Tamers anime.
Saint Galgomon is named after two different breeds of dogs, the Saint Bernard and Galgo Español. During the production of Tamers‘ English-language dub in 2001, Galgo was mistranslated as “Gargo”, and the word “Saint” was dropped in favor of “Mega” to avoid potential religious controversy, creating “MegaGargomon.” More recently, in the English-only game Digimon All-Star Rumble Bandai called it “SaintGargomon.”
|Card Type||Digimon||Play Cost||12|
|Main Effect||[On-evolution] Rest an opponent’s Digimon. During your opponent’s next Active Phase, that Digimon does not Activate.|
[During your turn] If your opponent has a Rested Digimon, this Digimon gets <<Security Attack +1>>. (Increase the number of Security it checks by +1.)
Booster Set 3: UNION IMPACT will launch in Japan October 30th, 2020. The cards from it will be combined with NEW EVOLUTION and ULTIMATE POWER for the English format, spread across Special Boosters 1.0 and 1.5.
Chinese fan 泽戍绯_Honowo23 posted a leaked page from an upcoming magazine article on the 2020 Digimon TCG to Chinese social media site Weibo, revealing that Booster Set 3: UNION IMPACT will contain cards featuring Goddramon, Saint Galgomon, and Lopmon.
The article highlights that these Digimon were chosen for their popularity, and also restates that UNION IMPACT focuses on Jogress evolutions that can evolve from either of two different colors. Paildramon and Mastemon’s art, previously featured in V Jump magazine, is also reused for the issue, and the article also reconfirms that the set will featuer Digimon with effects that activate when they are revealed from the Security Area.
The bottom of the page contains a small blurb about the ongoing Tamer Battle official tournaments being held at card shops in Japan, and the promo pack participation prize.
The page appears to be from the next issue of Weekly Shounen Jump (out September 7th) which is printed in China and then shipped to Japan. Only a few of Japan’s hobby magazines cover Digimon TCG news at this time: V Jump, Weekly Shounen Jump, and the bi-monthly magazines Saikyou Jump and Card Gamer.