History Characters / CodeLyoko

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* MadeOfIron: Could take a ridiculous amount of punishment in season 4, requiring several strikes from Yumi's fans and Odd's arrows or a fully charged up Force Field from Aelita to be taken down.
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* BadassNormal: After season 1, he lost his Future Flash and became the only member of the team without a special ability. This is actually a plot point in a season 3 episode, where he comes to the realization that the lack of superpowers doesn't make him any less effective than his teammates.



* FourFingeredHands: He loses a finger when he goes into Lyoko, ikely because he becomes a [[CatGirl Cat Boy]]

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* FourFingeredHands: He loses a finger when he goes into Lyoko, ikely likely because he becomes a [[CatGirl Cat Boy]]



* UnskilledButStrong: His default skillset is smaller or less useful than the rest of Lyoko warriors (being pretty much his arrows and Future Flaw), but he surpasses them in agility and physical abilities by a good margin.

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* UnskilledButStrong: His default skillset is smaller or less useful than the rest of Lyoko warriors (being pretty much his arrows and Future Flaw), Flash), but he surpasses them in agility and physical abilities by a good margin.



** Yumi actually tries to slash [[spoiler: William]]with her fans twice in season 4. It backfires horribly both times, as they are so small she barely manages to scratch him with them, and she is promptly devirtualized for it.

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** Yumi actually tries to slash [[spoiler: William]]with William]] with her fans twice in season 4. It backfires horribly both times, as they are so small she barely manages to scratch him with them, and she is promptly devirtualized for it.shortly after.
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** Yumi actually tries to slash [[spoiler: William]]with her fans twice in season 4. It backfires horribly both times, as they are so small she barely manages to scratch him with them, and she is promptly devirtualized for it.
17th Dec '17 9:16:53 AM StFan
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** [[Spoiler: TheSixthRanger: William, who becomes a SixthRangerTraitor]]

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** [[Spoiler: TheSixthRanger: [[spoiler:TheSixthRanger: William, who becomes a SixthRangerTraitor]]



* TheBigGuy: He is physically the strongest Lyoko Warrior [[spoiler: barring possibly William (which is debatable)]]

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* TheBigGuy: He is physically the strongest Lyoko Warrior [[spoiler: barring possibly William (which is debatable)]]debatable)]].
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* TheBigGuy: He is physically the strongest Lyoko Warrior barring possibly William (which is debatable)

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* TheBigGuy: He is physically the strongest Lyoko Warrior [[spoiler: barring possibly William (which is debatable)debatable)]]
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** [Spoiler: TheSixthRanger: William, who becomes a SixthRangerTraitor]]

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** [Spoiler: [[Spoiler: TheSixthRanger: William, who becomes a SixthRangerTraitor]]
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[[spoiler: **TheSixthRanger: William, who becomes a SixthRangerTraitor]]

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[[spoiler: **TheSixthRanger: **[Spoiler: TheSixthRanger: William, who becomes a SixthRangerTraitor]]
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* FiveManBand:
** TheLeader: Jeremie
** TheLancer: Yumi
** TheBigGuy: Ulrich
** TheSmartGuy: Aelita
** TheChick: Odd
[[spoiler: **TheSixthRanger: William, who becomes a SixthRangerTraitor]]


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* TheBigGuy: He is physically the strongest Lyoko Warrior barring possibly William (which is debatable)
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** Jeremy: Blue.

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** Jeremy: Jérémie: Blue.



* TookALevelInJerkass: In Season 4, coupled with {{Flanderization}}. Highlights include him being extremely cocky in ''Bragging Rights'' and selling an EmbarrassingOldPhoto of Yumi to the Kadic News, followed up by trying to get out of facing Yumi's wrath by having Ulrich take the fall in ''Cold Sweat''. [[spoiler: Dies down in ''Fight to the Finish'' however, where he's shown shedding a tear over Franz Hopper's HeroicSacrifice.]]

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* TookALevelInJerkass: In Season 4, coupled with {{Flanderization}}. Highlights include him being extremely cocky in ''Bragging Rights'' "Bragging Rights" and selling an EmbarrassingOldPhoto of Yumi to the Kadic News, followed up by trying to get out of facing Yumi's wrath by having Ulrich take the fall in ''Cold Sweat''. "Cold Sweat". [[spoiler: Dies down in ''Fight "Fight to the Finish'' Finish" however, where he's shown shedding a tear over Franz Hopper's HeroicSacrifice.]]



* DesignatedVictim: Unlike the other Lyoko-Warriors, Yumi lives with her own family off-campus, making her isolated from them, and as such an easy target for XANA's attacks. One could argue her role as the group's CoolBigSis and the fact she's the most reluctant to keep fighting might help as well, considering [[ManipulativeBastard XANA's habits to play with people's minds]].

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* DesignatedVictim: Unlike the other Lyoko-Warriors, Lyoko Warriors, Yumi lives with her own family off-campus, making her isolated from them, and as such an easy target for XANA's attacks. One could argue her role as the group's CoolBigSis and the fact she's the most reluctant to keep fighting might help as well, considering [[ManipulativeBastard XANA's habits to play with people's minds]].



** In regards to Ulrich. Yumi has a fairly hilarious scene where she accidentally calls Ulrich her boyfriend in front of [[ShipperOnDeck Odd]] and then repeats that Ulrich is her ''friend' as if trying to convince herself of this.

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** In regards to Ulrich. Yumi has a fairly hilarious scene where she accidentally calls Ulrich her boyfriend in front of [[ShipperOnDeck Odd]] and then repeats that Ulrich is her ''friend' ''friend'' as if trying to convince herself of this.



* TheDulcineaEffect: As soon as he meets Aelita and sympathizes with her, he becomes obsessed with finding a way to defeat XANA without having to sacrifice her, despite shutting down the Supercomputer with her still inside being the easier way out. Frequently lampshaded by the other Lyoko-Warriors.
* EveryoneKnowsMorse: He uses Morse Code to communicate with the others in ''Skidblandir'' (actually only with Yumi, who claims to know it to secretly communicate with her brother). Given how CrazyPrepared he is most of the time, he probably learned to use in case of an emergency.

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* TheDulcineaEffect: As soon as he meets Aelita and sympathizes with her, he becomes obsessed with finding a way to defeat XANA without having to sacrifice her, despite shutting down the Supercomputer with her still inside being the easier way out. Frequently lampshaded by the other Lyoko-Warriors.
Lyoko Warriors.
* EveryoneKnowsMorse: He uses Morse Code to communicate with the others in ''Skidblandir'' ''Skidbladnir'' (actually only with Yumi, who claims to know it to secretly communicate with her brother). Given how CrazyPrepared he is most of the time, he probably learned to use in case of an emergency.



* GadgeteerGenius: Practically every upgrade, program or device used by the Lyoko-Warriors is created by him. He also is shown to build a lot of robots as his hobby, and once manages to make a nearly functional EMP bomb.

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* GadgeteerGenius: Practically every upgrade, program or device used by the Lyoko-Warriors Lyoko Warriors is created by him. He also is shown to build a lot of robots as his hobby, and once manages to make a nearly functional EMP bomb.



* InSeriesNickname: "Einstein," "Frankenstein," "Frank-Einstein," "Brainiac" (only in the video game), and on one occasion "Ben Franklin."
* TheInsomniac: Frequently spends entire night working on programs to materialize Aelita or improve the Lyoko-Warriors' equipment. In one episode, Aelita finds out he didn't even ''realize'' the night was over. In another, he actually fell asleep on the keyboard and it was noted by Odd by the key marks on his face.

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* InSeriesNickname: "Einstein," "Frankenstein," "Frank-Einstein," "Brainiac" (only in the video game), and on one occasion "Ben Franklin."
Franklin".
* TheInsomniac: Frequently spends entire night working on programs to materialize Aelita or improve the Lyoko-Warriors' Lyoko Warriors' equipment. In one episode, Aelita finds out he didn't even ''realize'' the night was over. In another, he actually fell falls asleep on the keyboard and it was is noted by Odd by the key marks on his face.



* NoSocialSkills: Implied; it's confirmed [[FriendlessBackground he had basically no friends]] before forming the Lyoko-Warriors (and he only got closer to them because they got involved with Lyoko), and even after he befriended them, his exchanges with them tend to be rather professional and focused on their missions. He gradually gets better as the show goes on, especially after Aelita get materialized. [[spoiler:In the final episode, he is reluctant to shut down the Supercomputer because he fears that without Lyoko to keep them together, he will lose the only friends he ever had.]]

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* NoSocialSkills: Implied; it's confirmed [[FriendlessBackground he had basically no friends]] before forming the Lyoko-Warriors Lyoko Warriors (and he only got closer to them because they got involved with Lyoko), and even after he befriended them, his exchanges with them tend to be rather professional and focused on their missions. He gradually gets better as the show goes on, especially after Aelita get materialized. [[spoiler:In the final episode, he is reluctant to shut down the Supercomputer because he fears that without Lyoko to keep them together, he will lose the only friends he ever had.]]



* ScienceHero: He dislikes going on Lyoko, and it's suggested he is a poor fighter anyway. He makes up for it by being the Supercomputer operator and creating most of the upgrades the Lyoko-Warriors use.

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* ScienceHero: He dislikes going on Lyoko, and it's suggested he is a poor fighter anyway. He makes up for it by being the Supercomputer operator and creating most of the upgrades the Lyoko-Warriors Lyoko Warriors use.



* [[WiseBeyondTheirYears Wise Beyond His Years]]: Despite his general lack of common sense, he does show a surprising amount of insight.

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* [[WiseBeyondTheirYears Wise Beyond His Years]]: WiseBeyondTheirYears: Despite his general lack of common sense, he does show a surprising amount of insight.



* InformedFlaw: Although never seen onscreen, his friends's comments imply either Jérémie's avatar looked weird or he sucked at fighting in Lyoko, if not both.

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* InformedFlaw: Although never seen onscreen, his friends's comments imply either Jérémie's avatar looked looks weird or he sucked sucks at fighting in Lyoko, if not both.



* BadDreams: In ''Mister Puck''. [[spoiler: They end up being the key to finding Franz Hopper's diary.]]

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* BadDreams: In ''Mister Puck''."Mister Puck". [[spoiler: They end up being the key to finding Franz Hopper's diary.]]



* BreakTheCutie: Poor girl just can't catch a break. Aside from the various times where Jeremy almost found a way to materialize her only to fail at the last minute, season 2 ends with TheReveal [[spoiler:she wasn't really an ArtificialHuman, but a real girl whose memory was accidentally erased]]. It gets so bad [[DrivenToSuicide she actually ends up trying to kill herself]].

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* BreakTheCutie: Poor girl just can't catch a break. Aside from the various times where Jeremy Jérémie almost found a way to materialize her only to fail at the last minute, season 2 ends with TheReveal [[spoiler:she wasn't really an ArtificialHuman, but a real girl whose memory was accidentally erased]]. It gets so bad [[DrivenToSuicide she actually ends up trying to kill herself]].



* [[DisneyDeath Disney Deaths]]: Happen several times. [[spoiler:The specific episodes being ''Just in Time'', where she's deleted because of a bug in her annex program, ''The Key'', where the Scyphozoa drains all of her memories, rendering her an empty shell, and ''Distant Memory'', where she's thrown into the Digital Sea. She's saved by Jeremy the first time thanks to one of his earlier rematerialization experiments, and the others are by her father, Franz.]]

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* [[DisneyDeath Disney Deaths]]: DisneyDeath: Happen several times. [[spoiler:The specific episodes being ''Just "Just in Time'', Time", where she's deleted because of a bug in her annex program, ''The Key'', "The Key", where the Scyphozoa drains all of her memories, rendering her an empty shell, and ''Distant Memory'', "Distant Memory", where she's thrown into the Digital Sea. She's saved by Jeremy Jérémie the first time thanks to one of his earlier rematerialization experiments, and the others are by her father, Franz.]]



* DrivenToSuicide: At the end of season 2, she tries to commit a HeroicSacrifice by shutting down the Supercomputer. Jeremy manages to save her just in time.

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* DrivenToSuicide: At the end of season 2, she tries to commit a HeroicSacrifice by shutting down the Supercomputer. Jeremy Jérémie manages to save her just in time.



* NoSocialSkills: At first in Season 2, she has little to no idea how the real world works. Even after spending time on it, she is still a bit of TheIngenue for a time. Season 3 and onwards however, have her fully shed this trope, and she's shown to be far more sociable than Jeremy.

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* NoSocialSkills: At first in Season 2, she has little to no idea how the real world works. Even after spending time on it, she is still a bit of TheIngenue for a time. Season 3 and onwards however, have her fully shed this trope, and she's shown to be far more sociable than Jeremy.Jérémie.



* FightingFromTheInside: Attempts this during ''The Lake'', where he tries to fight off XANA's control, but fails. He has more minor cases in other episodes, but these only last for a second or two at most.

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* FightingFromTheInside: Attempts this during ''The Lake'', "The Lake", where he tries to fight off XANA's control, but fails. He has more minor cases in other episodes, but these only last for a second or two at most.



* CharacterizationMarchesOn: The prototype Clone in season 1 couldn't shapeshift and was rather terrible at impersonating Yumi, blowing its cover rather quickly. By season 2, XANA seems to have perfected them, and they are more than capable to fool not only the civilians, but also sometimes the Lyoko-Warrios themselves.

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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: The prototype Clone in season 1 couldn't shapeshift and was rather terrible at impersonating Yumi, blowing its cover rather quickly. By season 2, XANA seems to have perfected them, and they are more than capable to fool not only the civilians, but also sometimes the Lyoko-Warrios Lyoko Warrios themselves.



* [[OnlyKnownByTheirNickname Only Known by Her Nickname]]: Only adults ever call her "Élisabeth", and she hates that. Everybody else calls her "Sissi".

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* [[OnlyKnownByTheirNickname Only Known by Her Nickname]]: OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Only adults ever call her "Élisabeth", and she hates that. Everybody else calls her "Sissi".



* CatchPhrase: "I'd rather not talk about it", when referring to the various jobs he had.

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* CatchPhrase: "I'd rather not talk about it", it," when referring to the various jobs he had.



* ProperlyParanoid: He is firmly convinced the Lyoko-Warriors are doing something behind everyone's back, an impression Delmas only sees as paranoia.

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* ProperlyParanoid: He is firmly convinced the Lyoko-Warriors Lyoko Warriors are doing something behind everyone's back, an impression Delmas only sees as paranoia.



* SpellMyNameWithAnS: His surname is officially written as "Moralés", but some dubs spell it by the more regular form "Morales" (the difference being, respectively, "Mo-ra-LES" and "Mo-RA-les").
* TookALevelInKindness: In Season 1, Jim spent a lot more time trying to find out what the Lyoko warriors were hiding, which made him antagonistic to them in general, to the point of inadvertently causing Jeremie to fall down a flight of stairs. [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone This subsequently gets a horrified Jim fired]], but Jeremie decides to reveal the truth to Jim, as he was injured and needed Morales to help. From this point forward, Jim seems to become a lot more lighthearted as a character, even after the ResetButton in the Season 1 finale. It's notable that Season 2 is what picks up on the "I'd rather not talk about it" RunningGag.

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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: His surname is officially written as "Moralés", "Moralès", but some dubs spell it by the more regular form "Morales" (the difference being, respectively, "Mo-ra-LES" and "Mo-RA-les").
* TookALevelInKindness: In Season 1, Jim spent a lot more time trying to find out what the Lyoko warriors were hiding, which made him antagonistic to them in general, to the point of inadvertently causing Jeremie to fall down a flight of stairs. [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone This subsequently gets a horrified Jim fired]], but Jeremie decides to reveal the truth to Jim, as he was injured and needed Morales Moralès to help. From this point forward, Jim seems to become a lot more lighthearted as a character, even after the ResetButton in the Season 1 finale. It's notable that Season 2 is what picks up on the "I'd rather not talk about it" it..." RunningGag.



* AmbiguouslyEvil: Throughout Season 2, when the Lyoko Warriors were researching his life, it became increasingly unclear as to whether or not he was a good guy or an insane madman, with Ulrich at one point suggesting that Hopper was, in a way, a second enemy to deal with. His design for a neuronal headset nearly killed Jeremy (Which was why Ulrich brought him as an enemy), Aelita's flashbacks of him were extremely ominous in presentation, and the Polymorphic Specter of him had his personality down pat (Yumi honestly thought that the clone was the real deal). Not to mention how his sanity did in fact, [[SanitySlippage plummet]] during his research concerning Lyoko. It wasn't until Aelita's memories were restored in the Season 2 finale that Hopper was confirmed to be on the side of the Lyoko Warriors, and he was firmly seen as the BigGood from that point onward.

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* AmbiguouslyEvil: Throughout Season 2, when the Lyoko Warriors were researching his life, it became increasingly unclear as to whether or not he was is a good guy or an insane madman, with Ulrich at one point suggesting that Hopper was, is, in a way, a second enemy to deal with. His design for a neuronal headset nearly killed Jeremy (Which was kills Jérémie (which is why Ulrich brought him as an enemy), Aelita's flashbacks of him were are extremely ominous in presentation, and the Polymorphic Specter of him had has his personality down pat (Yumi honestly thought thinkst that the clone was is the real deal). Not to mention how his sanity did in fact, [[SanitySlippage plummet]] during his research concerning Lyoko. It wasn't isn't until Aelita's memories were are restored in the Season 2 finale that Hopper was is confirmed to be on the side of the Lyoko Warriors, and he was is firmly seen as the BigGood from that point onward.



* {{Doppelganger}}: A rather...imperfect clone of William.

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* {{Doppelganger}}: A rather... imperfect clone of William.



* OpenSecret: Pretty much every student at the school knows that Odd is keeping him in his room in defiance of the rules; Sissy even threatened to tell on him in one episode, but apparently changed her mind later.

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* OpenSecret: Pretty much every student at the school knows that Odd is keeping him in his room in defiance of the rules; Sissy Sissi even threatened threatens to tell on him in one episode, but apparently changed changes her mind later.
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* DangerousForbiddenTechnique: The [[ResetButton Return to the Past]] becomes more or less this for them once they realize its side effects. Using it allows them to instantly reverse any damage XANA might have done with his attacks (safe for actual death, but it ''does'' saves people who are about to die) and cancel any breach to their secret without having to kill or blackmail witnesses. However, each time they use it gives XANA a permanent boost in power and intelligence. By season 2, they make a strict rule of using it only as a last resort, to the point Ulrich nearly gets fired from the group when he tries to use it for a personal reason.

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* DangerousForbiddenTechnique: The [[ResetButton Return to the Past]] becomes more or less this for them once they realize its side effects. Using it allows them to instantly reverse any damage XANA might have done with his attacks (safe (save for actual death, but it ''does'' saves save people who are about to die) and cancel any breach to their secret without having to kill or blackmail witnesses. However, each time they use it gives XANA a permanent boost in power and intelligence. By season Once they learn about this early in Season 2, they make a strict rule of using it only as a last resort, to the point Ulrich nearly gets fired from the group when he tries to use it for a personal reason.reason. [[spoiler:That being said, this only applied when XANA was still confined to Lyoko. Once he's in the network during the second half of the series and thus, no longer connected to the supercomputer, the Return to the Past becomes safe to use.]]



* ImmuneToMindControl: Their multiple travels on Lyoko and fight against monsters have allowed them to build a resistance to the Spectres' [[DemonicPossession XANAfying]] by the time XANA developped the ability. The only exceptions were Jérémie (who has since been on Lyoko shortly to fix this) and [[spoiler:William]] due to [[spoiler:having spent most of his time on Lyoko controlled by XANA anyway]].

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* ImmuneToMindControl: Their multiple travels on Lyoko and fight against monsters have allowed them to build a resistance to the Spectres' [[DemonicPossession XANAfying]] by the time XANA developped developed the ability. The only exceptions were Jérémie (who has since been on Lyoko shortly to fix this) and [[spoiler:William]] due to [[spoiler:having spent most of his time on Lyoko controlled by XANA anyway]].



* TeensAreShort: All of them are quite short.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: At their beginning, they had limited loyalty to each others besides keeping the secret and would often argue or be missing (in "Gravity", Ulrich flat-out refuses to help deal with the current attack so he can take part in a soccer match). They get better over the course of the series.

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* TeensAreShort: All of them are quite short.
short, with the exception of Yumi.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: At their beginning, they had limited loyalty to each others besides keeping the secret and would often argue or be missing (in "Gravity", Ulrich flat-out refuses to help deal with the current attack so he can take part in a soccer match).match), and once XANA started developing into a ManipulativeBastard, proved rather easy to turn on one another. They get better over the course of the series.



* {{Flanderization}}: Coupled with StaticCharacter and TookALevelInJerkass, Odd was always a rather playful character, but in Season 4, his antics start becoming more and more troublesome, which are coupled with a NeverMyFault attitude in regards to him screwing up, which again, plays into StaticCharacter below.



* NeverMyFault: In one episode, he refuses to take the blame for getting himself and Aelita in detention (For context, Odd wanted Aelita to cover for him in gym class...since he spent the whole night up playing a video game). In another, Kiwi gets out of control, much to everyone else's annoyance, and Odd continues to try to make excuses for the dog instead of disciplining him.



* StaticCharacter: The most noteworthy example on the show; he ''never'' changes.

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* StaticCharacter: The most noteworthy example on the show; while almost every other character, even [[BigBad XANA]] had some form of CharacterDevelopment one way or the other throughout the series, Odd is still pretty much the same kid he ''never'' changes.was in the prequel.



* TookALevelInJerkass: In Season 4, coupled with {{Flanderization}}. Highlights include him being extremely cocky in ''Bragging Rights'' and selling an EmbarrassingOldPhoto of Yumi to the Kadic News, followed up by trying to get out of facing Yumi's wrath by having Ulrich take the fall in ''Cold Sweat''. [[spoiler: Dies down in ''Fight to the Finish'' however, where he's shown shedding a tear over Franz Hopper's HeroicSacrifice.]]



* FuroScene: Chances are pretty good that you'll catch Yumi in the bathtub in any given episode (in a RecycledAnimation scene, by the way).

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* FuroScene: Chances are pretty good that you'll catch Yumi in the bathtub in any several given episode (in a RecycledAnimation scene, episodes (Though, since most of these are in Season 1, this will be by the way).StockFootage).



* OurGhostsAreDifferent: By design choice or goof, her kimono is tied with the right lapel over the left. In real life, only ''burial kimonos'' are tied that way; a living wearer sporting it is seen in Japan as a sign of incredibly bad luck or a visual cue that he is actually a ghost.

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* OurGhostsAreDifferent: By design choice or goof, her kimono is tied with the right lapel over the left. In real life, only ''burial kimonos'' are tied that way; a living wearer sporting it is seen in Japan as a sign of incredibly bad luck or a visual cue that he or she is actually a ghost.



* CharacterDevelopment: Lots, to the point that she's arguably the show's central protagonist.
* TheChick: Especially in the first couple of Seasons, when she had no way of defending herself. Even after she becomes more competent, she remains the team's emotional center.

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* CharacterDevelopment: Lots, to the point that she's arguably the show's central protagonist.
protagonist. To be specific, she goes from a demure MartyrWithoutACause to a more open and normal PluckyGirl.
* TheChick: Especially in the first couple of two Seasons, when she had no way of defending herself. Even after she becomes more competent, she remains the team's emotional center.



* {{Disney Death}}s: Happen several times.
* DreamingOfThingsToCome

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* {{Disney Death}}s: [[DisneyDeath Disney Deaths]]: Happen several times.
times. [[spoiler:The specific episodes being ''Just in Time'', where she's deleted because of a bug in her annex program, ''The Key'', where the Scyphozoa drains all of her memories, rendering her an empty shell, and ''Distant Memory'', where she's thrown into the Digital Sea. She's saved by Jeremy the first time thanks to one of his earlier rematerialization experiments, and the others are by her father, Franz.]]
* DreamingOfThingsToComeDreamingOfThingsToCome: In season 4, [[spoiler:where she dreams of her father's HeroicSacrifice]].



* FetalPositionRebirth: When she's finally de-virtualized, she emerges like this. Ironically, unless Jérémie programmed the clothes she appeared wearing, the aversion of NakedOnArrival should have tipped the Lyoko warriors that [[spoiler:she was actually a human girl virtualized a long time ago.]]

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* FetalPositionRebirth: When she's finally de-virtualized, she emerges like this. Ironically, unless Jérémie programmed the clothes she appeared was wearing, the aversion of NakedOnArrival should have tipped the Lyoko warriors that [[spoiler:she was actually a human girl who had been virtualized a long time ago.]]



* LaserGuidedAmnesia: [[spoiler:The reason she started out believing she was just an A.I. She gets her memory back at the end of season 2.]]

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* LaserGuidedAmnesia: [[spoiler:The reason she started out believing she was just an A.I. She gets her memory back at the end of season 2. Season 4 later reveals that she's missing a few however, such as her actual birthday.]]



* MadScientistsBeautifulDaughter: [[spoiler:She's actually Franz Hopper's daughter.]]
* MagicalGirlfriend: To Jérémie.
* MagicSkirt: Justified, since she's in a virtual world where skirts aren't necessarily made of fabric.
* MartyrWithoutACause: Aelita is often a bit too eager to sacrifice herself in Seasons 1 and 2. Sadly {{justified|Trope}} in that it would end XANA's menace once for all. XANA [[ManipulativeBastard even tries to take advantage of this]] in "Missing Link": he uses the Scyphozoa to steal Yumi's DNA sequence code [[BatmanGambit because he knows that Aelita will transfer hers over to Yumi]] (stating that "Yumi's place is on Earth"). This leaves Aelita's memory exposed for him to take at will.

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* MadScientistsBeautifulDaughter: [[spoiler:She's actually Franz Hopper's daughter.daughter, and considering his work on Project Carthage and Lyoko, he definitely qualifies for the, 'mad scientist' part of the trope.]]
* MagicalGirlfriend: To Jérémie.
Jérémie, considering her connection to the virtual world.
* MagicSkirt: Justified, since she's in a the virtual world where skirts aren't necessarily made of fabric.
fabric.
* MartyrWithoutACause: Aelita is was often a bit too eager to sacrifice herself in Seasons 1 and 2. Sadly {{justified|Trope}} in that it would end XANA's menace once for all. XANA [[ManipulativeBastard even tries to take advantage of this]] in "Missing Link": he uses the Scyphozoa to steal Yumi's DNA sequence code [[BatmanGambit because he knows that Aelita will transfer hers over to Yumi]] (stating that "Yumi's place is on Earth"). This leaves Aelita's memory exposed for him to take at will.



* MissingMom: [[spoiler:Her mother is seen in flashback and has been named by WordOfGod as Anthea, but was kidnapped for unknown reasons by the [=MiB=]. It has still yet to be revealed what she has become.]]
* NoSocialSkills: At first in Season 2, she has little to no idea how the real world works. Even after spending time on it, she is still a bit of TheIngenue for a time.

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* MissingMom: [[spoiler:Her mother is seen in flashback and has been named by WordOfGod as Anthea, but was kidnapped for unknown reasons by the [=MiB=]. It has still yet to be revealed what she has become.become of her.]]
* NoSocialSkills: At first in Season 2, she has little to no idea how the real world works. Even after spending time on it, she is still a bit of TheIngenue for a time. Season 3 and onwards however, have her fully shed this trope, and she's shown to be far more sociable than Jeremy.



* PointyEars: Especially in Season 4.

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* PointyEars: Especially in Season 4.Fitting with her elf/angel motif.



* MasterOfAll: By this point, Aelita has an long-ranged one-hit-kill attack, a defense that can block both physical hits and the most powerful XANA monster's attack, the ability of flying without a vehicle, and the ability to reshape the very environemnt. If she were more aggressively or tactically-minded, she would probably outwork all the other Lyoko warriors in the battlefield with the sole exception of William.

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* MasterOfAll: By this point, Aelita has an long-ranged one-hit-kill attack, a defense that can block both physical hits and the most powerful XANA monster's attack, attack save for the [[GiantMook Kolossus]], the ability of flying without a vehicle, and the ability to reshape the very environemnt.environment. If she were more aggressively or tactically-minded, she would probably outwork all the other Lyoko warriors in the battlefield with the sole exception of William.



* SensualSpandex

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* SensualSpandexSensualSpandex: As with all Season 4 avatars.



* FightingFromTheInside: Attempts this during ''The Lake'', where he tries to fight off XANA's control, but fails. He has more minor cases in other episodes, but these only last for a second or two at most.



* HulkSpeak: His usual speech when under XANA, though he does have actual sentences occasionally.
* HydePlaysJekyll: Does it twice to trick Aelita, with remarkably successful results.

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* HulkSpeak: His usual speech when under XANA, though he does have actual sentences occasionally.
is quite capable of speaking in complete sentences. It's just that, like with most of XANA's forces, he rarely has ''reason'' to talk.
* HydePlaysJekyll: Does it twice to trick Aelita, with remarkably successful results.Aelita early on in his possession (The first time was when he returned as XANA's new minion, and the second time was him playing off a failed program to free him from XANA).



* MasterOfAll: To a ridiculous degree. He not only has the most powerful and versatile hand-to-hand weapon of the Lyoko warriors (which basically one-shots monsters with a swing and can even shoot RazorWind), but he also has a special ability that turns him invulnerable and allows him to do ''everything'' his friends can do without any drawback. And if it is not enough, he also possess a buckler-like bracer to deflect and return physical attacks.

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* MasterOfAll: To a ridiculous degree. He not only has the most powerful and versatile hand-to-hand weapon of the Lyoko warriors (which (Which basically one-shots monsters and avatars alike with a swing and can even shoot RazorWind), but he also has a special ability that turns him invulnerable and allows him to do ''everything'' his friends can do without any drawback. And if it is not enough, he also possess possesses a buckler-like bracer to deflect and return physical attacks.



* NoNonsenseNemesis: Once his attacks start up, he does not pull his punches in either causing as much destruction as possible or fulfilling his objectives. The fact that he's TheVoiceless means that he doesn't bother wasting his time with say, a BreakingSpeech or a MotiveRant unless his plans ''specifically'' require them. And when he IS talking or having his minions speak, it's usually WHILE they're still doing their job, so he's clearly capable of multi-tasking.



* ShesAManInJapan: Though he doesn't really have a gender, he's referred to by male pronouns in the original French.

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* ShesAManInJapan: Though he doesn't really have a gender, he's referred to by male female pronouns in the original French.



* UltimateEvil: Besides the FacelessEye, we never see a physical form in the real world or even a Lyoko form, if he has or can assume any in the first place.

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* UltimateEvil: Besides the FacelessEye, we he never see uses any kind of Lyoko form, and the closest thing to a physical form that he has in the real world or even is as a Lyoko form, if he has or can assume any in the first place.massive billowing cloud of slimy, black smoke.



* XanatosGambit: Any of his plans involving massive damages or witnesses can be considered as such: even if the Lyoko Warriors successfully stop his attack, they are forced to use the Return to the Past to erase the event, making XANA stronger in the process.

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* XanatosGambit: Any of his plans involving massive damages or witnesses in the first two seasons can be considered as such: even if the Lyoko Warriors successfully stop his attack, they are forced to use the Return to the Past to erase the event, making XANA stronger in the process.



** EpilepticFlashingLights: Whenever they're wounded.
** FrickinLaserBeams: All monsters, with the exception of the unique ones (Scyphozoa, Kalamar, Kolossus), primarily attack that way. Apart from the Kankrelats, though, they all have unique methods of attack as well.
** HitPoints: Unlike the Lyoko Warriors, who all have 100 Lifepoints, the monsters all have varying amounts. Tarantulas have the most, while Kankrelats have the least.
** ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy: They ''do'' gets some shot to the heroes, and even sometimes succeeds in devirtualizing them, but most of the time, they miss their target, especially when said target is Aelita.
** TheJuggernaut: The Kolossus.
** NiceJobFixingItVillain: It has happened for the monsters to keep firing on a hero about to fall in the Digital Sea -- thus saving him or her from being stuck by timely devirtualization.
** MechaMooks: Well, mecha-and-flesh mooks. Or just something completely different- XANA is suprisingly creative in design for an AI program.
** NoBodyLeftBehind: They explode when killed and don't even leave a trace.
** PowersAsPrograms: Justified, since they literally are programs. XANA is able to manipulate them exactly in that fashion: downloading them, modifying them, copying them, etc.
** RoboCam: They apparently see through the XANA eye, with the exception of Tarantulas, who seem to see through the little red slits on their nose.
** SlidingScaleOfRobotIntelligence: Bricks (except the Scyphozoa). Bloks seem to have some degree of intelligence, curiously enough, as they have been seen glancing at one another and emitting confused noises when a Lyoko Warrior evades them, and ambushing them from unexpected angles.
** TheSpeechless: They do not seem to have human intelligence, and do not speak beside shrieking, roaring or other unintelligible sounds.
** SuperDrowningSkills: With the exception of the Kongres, the Sharks and the Kalamar. Justified though, since this is Lyoko, where falling in the Digital Sea equals being disintegrated for them. Landbound monsters can sink in ordinary bodies of water that you can find on the Ice Sector, but as they are designed to work in land, their performance in water tends to be disastrous.
** TopHeavyGuy: The Kolossus has short, stubby legs compared to its massive upper body.
** WeHaveReserves: XANA can create as much of them as he wants, so he has no qualm about sacrificing them if necessary.
** XtremeKoolLetterz: Most of their names are normal words in French and English, just modified with these to make them look cool. Kankrelat, for example, is just the French word for "cockroach," except with all of the "Cs" replaced with "Ks".

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** * EpilepticFlashingLights: Whenever they're wounded.
** * FrickinLaserBeams: All monsters, with the exception of the unique ones (Scyphozoa, Kalamar, Kolossus), primarily attack that way. Apart from the Kankrelats, though, they all have unique methods of attack as well.
** * HitPoints: Unlike the Lyoko Warriors, who all have 100 Lifepoints, the monsters all have varying amounts. Tarantulas have the most, while Kankrelats have the least.
** * ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy: They ''do'' gets some shot to the heroes, and even sometimes succeeds in devirtualizing them, but most of the time, they miss their target, especially when said target is Aelita.
** * TheJuggernaut: The Kolossus.
** * NiceJobFixingItVillain: It has happened for the monsters to keep firing on a hero about to fall in the Digital Sea -- thus saving him or her from being stuck by timely devirtualization.
** * MechaMooks: Well, mecha-and-flesh mooks. Or just something completely different- XANA is suprisingly creative in design for an AI program.
** * NoBodyLeftBehind: They explode when killed and don't even leave a trace.
** * PowersAsPrograms: Justified, since they literally are programs. XANA is able to manipulate them exactly in that fashion: downloading them, modifying them, copying them, etc.
** * RoboCam: They apparently see through the XANA eye, with the exception of Tarantulas, who seem to see through the little red slits on their nose.
** * SlidingScaleOfRobotIntelligence: Bricks (except the Scyphozoa). Bloks seem to have some degree of intelligence, curiously enough, as they have been seen glancing at one another and emitting confused noises when a Lyoko Warrior evades them, and ambushing them from unexpected angles.
** * TheSpeechless: They do not seem to have human intelligence, and do not speak beside shrieking, roaring or other unintelligible sounds.
** * SuperDrowningSkills: With the exception of the Kongres, the Sharks and the Kalamar. Justified though, since this is Lyoko, where falling in the Digital Sea equals being disintegrated for them. Landbound monsters can sink in ordinary bodies of water that you can find on the Ice Sector, but as they are designed to work in land, their performance in water tends to be disastrous.
** * TopHeavyGuy: The Kolossus has short, stubby legs compared to its massive upper body.
** * WeHaveReserves: XANA can create as much of them as he wants, so he has no qualm about sacrificing them if necessary.
** * XtremeKoolLetterz: Most of their names are normal words in French and English, just modified with these to make them look cool. Kankrelat, for example, is just the French word for "cockroach," except with all of the "Cs" replaced with "Ks". Justified since Odd's the one who named them and everyone just ran with it.



* GlamourFailure

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* GlamourFailureGlamourFailure: If you catch their HellishPupils.



* HellishPupils

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* HellishPupilsHellishPupils: Would you consider XANA's [[FacelessEye symbol]] to be anything less than this?



* KissMeImVirtual
* NighInvulnerability

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* KissMeImVirtual
KissMeImVirtual: XANA's first perfected one went around making out with people on campus in an attempt to drive a wedge into the group. It worked on Aelita due to her [[NoSocialSkills lack of social skills]] at the time, but everyone else managed to figure out the trick after the initial shock.
* NighInvulnerabilityNighInvulnerability: Barely anything can keep these things down for long. Electrical impulses seem to work the best, but even that's temporary. They can only be stopped if the tower powering them is shut down.



* SpotTheImposter

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* SpotTheImposterSpotTheImposter: Mainly by telling if they have HellishPupils or not.



* VoluntaryShapeshifting

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* VoluntaryShapeshiftingVoluntaryShapeshifting: What sets them apart from XANA's other specters. They do not tend a body or medium to work otherwise, and can change their appearance however they please.



* DependingOnTheWriter: The level of sympathy her character is treated with changes from episode to episode; shown moreso in Seasons 2 and 4 (where she was sympathetic in the majority of her appearances) than 1 and 3 (where she... wasn't, though she did have moments in 1.)

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* DependingOnTheWriter: The level of sympathy her character is treated with changes from episode to episode; shown moreso in Seasons 2 and 4 (where she was sympathetic in the majority of her appearances) than 1 and 3 (where she... wasn't, though she did have moments in 1.) 1 and Season 3 saw her DemotedToExtra).



* AmbiguouslyEvil: Throughout Season 2, when the Lyoko Warriors were researching his life, it became increasingly unclear as to whether or not he was a good guy or an insane madman, with Ulrich at one point saying that Hopper was, in a way, a second enemy to deal with. His design for a neuronal headset nearly killed Jeremy (Which was why Ulrich suggested him as an enemy), Aelita's flashbacks of him were extremely ominous in presentation, and the Polymorphic Specter of him had his personality down pat (Yumi honestly thought that the clone was the real deal). Not to mention how his sanity did in fact, [[SanitySlippage plummet]] during his research concerning Lyoko. It wasn't until Aelita's memories were restored in the Season 2 finale that Hopper was confirmed to be on the side of good, and he was firmly seen as the BigGood from that point onward.

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* AmbiguouslyEvil: Throughout Season 2, when the Lyoko Warriors were researching his life, it became increasingly unclear as to whether or not he was a good guy or an insane madman, with Ulrich at one point saying suggesting that Hopper was, in a way, a second enemy to deal with. His design for a neuronal headset nearly killed Jeremy (Which was why Ulrich suggested brought him as an enemy), Aelita's flashbacks of him were extremely ominous in presentation, and the Polymorphic Specter of him had his personality down pat (Yumi honestly thought that the clone was the real deal). Not to mention how his sanity did in fact, [[SanitySlippage plummet]] during his research concerning Lyoko. It wasn't until Aelita's memories were restored in the Season 2 finale that Hopper was confirmed to be on the side of good, the Lyoko Warriors, and he was firmly seen as the BigGood from that point onward.



* StayingAlive: In three season finales, [[spoiler:he sacrifices himself for Aelita. [[KilledOffForReal The third time seems definitive.]]]]

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* StayingAlive: In three the season two and four finales, [[spoiler:he sacrifices himself for Aelita. [[KilledOffForReal The third time Season 4 sacrifice seems definitive.]]]]



* MadScientist: He built the Supercomputer, Lyoko and XANA on his own.

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* MadScientist: He built the Supercomputer, Lyoko and XANA on his own.own, and lost his marbles due to the strain of his experiments.
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