History Characters / CodeLyoko

27th Mar '17 6:15:57 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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* CampStraight: He does look a bit effeminate (to the point of leading to ViewerGenderConfusion from some fans), dresses in pink and purple, and speaks in a high-speeched voice. Graphic errors such as [[http://img.codelyoko.fr/galeries/19_frontiere/Frontiere_365.jpg the occasional lack of undershirt]], or his voice in the French dub, don't help either. Ironically, however, he is clearly shown to not only be straight, but [[KidAnova also very interested in girls]]. Of course, that doesn't stop the {{Yaoi Fangirl}}s from imagining things...

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* CampStraight: He does look a bit effeminate (to the point of leading to ViewerGenderConfusion from some fans), dresses in pink and purple, and speaks in a high-speeched high-pitched voice. Graphic errors such as [[http://img.codelyoko.fr/galeries/19_frontiere/Frontiere_365.jpg the occasional lack of undershirt]], or his voice in the French dub, don't help either. Ironically, however, he is clearly shown to not only be straight, but [[KidAnova also very interested in girls]]. Of course, that doesn't stop the {{Yaoi Fangirl}}s from imagining things...
18th Mar '17 4:08:40 PM StFan
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* EvilPlan: Downplayed. Other than "self-preservation" he doesn't seem to have an over-arching scheme; the trouble he causes in real life during the first season is meant to kill the kids who could shut him down whenever they wanted, which tends to cause a lot of collateral damage.
** Once Season 2 starts up however, XANA ''does'' end up forming a long-term plan. He intends to subjugate the world via an army of robots, which he can't do while he's restricted to one supercomputer, and kill/disable the Lyoko Warriors since they're the only people who actually know about him. As seen in TheBadGuyWins above, he comes very close to fulfilling this plan.

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* EvilPlan: Downplayed. Other than "self-preservation" he doesn't seem to have an over-arching scheme; the trouble he causes in real life during the first season is meant to kill the kids who could shut him down whenever they wanted, which tends to cause a lot of collateral damage. \n** Once Season 2 starts up up, however, XANA ''does'' end up forming a long-term plan. He intends to subjugate the world via an army of robots, which he can't do while he's restricted to one supercomputer, and kill/disable the Lyoko Warriors since they're the only people who actually know about him. As seen in TheBadGuyWins above, he comes very close to fulfilling this plan.



** DemotedToExtra: The Megatanks got hit with this during Season 4, only appearing in two episodes. This was probably due to their OneHitKill lasers being a StoryBreakerPower concerning the Replika plotline, which was displayed in Episode 73, where their firepower was enough that Jeremie had to reroute energy from the supercomputer itself just to make sure that the [[CoolShip Skidbladnir]] wouldn't be instantly destroyed.

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** DemotedToExtra: DemotedToExtra:
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The Megatanks got hit with this during Season 4, only appearing in two episodes. This was probably due to their OneHitKill lasers being a StoryBreakerPower concerning the Replika plotline, which was displayed in Episode 73, where their firepower was enough that Jeremie had to reroute energy from the supercomputer itself just to make sure that the [[CoolShip Skidbladnir]] wouldn't be instantly destroyed.
18th Mar '17 1:26:34 PM safind
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* EvilPlan: Downplayed. Other than "self-preservation" he doesn't seem to have an over-arching scheme; the trouble he causes in real life is meant to kill the kids who could shut him down whenever they wanted. Although there is a lot of collateral damage.

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* EvilPlan: Downplayed. Other than "self-preservation" he doesn't seem to have an over-arching scheme; the trouble he causes in real life during the first season is meant to kill the kids who could shut him down whenever they wanted. Although there is wanted, which tends to cause a lot of collateral damage. damage.
** Once Season 2 starts up however, XANA ''does'' end up forming a long-term plan. He intends to subjugate the world via an army of robots, which he can't do while he's restricted to one supercomputer, and kill/disable the Lyoko Warriors since they're the only people who actually know about him. As seen in TheBadGuyWins above, he comes very close to fulfilling this plan.


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** DemotedToExtra: The Megatanks got hit with this during Season 4, only appearing in two episodes. This was probably due to their OneHitKill lasers being a StoryBreakerPower concerning the Replika plotline, which was displayed in Episode 73, where their firepower was enough that Jeremie had to reroute energy from the supercomputer itself just to make sure that the [[CoolShip Skidbladnir]] wouldn't be instantly destroyed.
*** The Hornets would also suffer from this during Season 4, only appearing in three episodes (79, 81, and 83), and were replaced by the Mantas whenever an aerial monster was needed.
17th Mar '17 9:52:01 AM StFan
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* {{Leitmotif}}: It can be heard [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnFlBZ5lqhU here.]] It gets remixed several times.

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* {{Leitmotif}}: It can be heard [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnFlBZ5lqhU here.]] "XANA Attack"]]. It gets remixed several times.
16th Mar '17 2:59:01 PM naal2
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* {{Leitmotif}}: It can be heard [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnFlBZ5lqhU here.]] It gets remixed several times.



* RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver

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* RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOverRedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver: His symbol is a red eye on a black background.
9th Feb '17 4:52:43 AM StFan
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* ShesAManInJapan: Though he doesn't really have a gender, he's referred to by female pronouns in the original French.

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* ShesAManInJapan: Though he doesn't really have a gender, he's referred to by female male pronouns in the original French.
8th Feb '17 1:56:35 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* BrownEyes



* NeutralFemale: Season 1.



* TheBadGuyWins: [[spoiler:He partially succeeds in this in season 1 finale by preventing Aelita's escape from the Supercomputer. Seasons 2 and 3 end with him fully reaching his goals (respectively escaping the Supercomputer and destroying Lyoko).]]

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* TheBadGuyWins: [[spoiler:He partially succeeds in this in the season 1 finale by preventing Aelita's escape from the Supercomputer. Seasons 2 and 3 end with him fully reaching his goals (respectively escaping the Supercomputer and destroying Lyoko).]]



* EvilCannotComprehendGood: In season 1; due to his intelligence being based on pure logic, he is unable to understand why Jérémie would go into the scanners (something that is stated to terrify the young [[PlayfulHacker hacker]]) to save his friends. However, he is also notable for being one of the few villains to ''learn'' from it; in a later season 2 episode, he anticipates Aelita's HeroicSacrifice and takes advantage on it to pull out a BatmanGambit.
* EvilPlan: Downplayed. Other than "self-preservation" he doesn't seem to have an over-arching scheme. Though he does come up with more complex schemes as the series goes on.

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* EvilCannotComprehendGood: In season 1; due to his intelligence being based on pure logic, he is unable to understand why Jérémie would go into the scanners (something that is stated to terrify the young [[PlayfulHacker hacker]]) to save his friends. However, he is also notable for being one of the few villains to ''learn'' from it; in a later season 2 episode, he anticipates Aelita's HeroicSacrifice and takes advantage on it to pull out a BatmanGambit.of it.
* EvilPlan: Downplayed. Other than "self-preservation" he doesn't seem to have an over-arching scheme. Though he does come up with more complex schemes as scheme; the series goes on.trouble he causes in real life is meant to kill the kids who could shut him down whenever they wanted. Although there is a lot of collateral damage.



* NobleDemon: Tend to change a lot DependingOnTheWriter, but XANA will occasionally displays some shades of this:

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* NobleDemon: Tend to change a lot DependingOnTheWriter, but XANA will occasionally displays some shades of this:display noble behavior:



** [[spoiler: ... but then has no problem betraying Jérémie in their second team-up the next episode.]]

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** [[spoiler: ... but then has no problem betraying Jérémie in their second team-up in the next episode.]]



* NothingIsScarier: ''Seriously''. The heroes are fighting an enemy trying his best to kill them who they ''never'' see, who almost never communicates with them. Still, he's obviously there, and it can clearly be terrifying at times. (Although, the few times he ''does'' confront them personally, it's even ''scarier''.)
* PowersThatBe
* PragmaticVillain: Appears to be this. Especially shown in "Marabounta" where he teams up with the Lyoko Warriors to destroy the title Marabounta, not to save the Lyoko Warriors, but to save himself and Aelita, since XANA needs her memory to escape the Supercomputer. Also shown in "Hot Shower" where he [[spoiler:destroys the piece of a comet he was going to use to destroy the factory and the Supercomputer, not out of pity, but because Aelita was devirtualized from Lyoko and he needed Aelita alive and on Lyoko to lure out Franz Hopper]].

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* NothingIsScarier: ''Seriously''. The heroes are fighting an enemy trying his best to kill them who they ''never'' see, who almost never rarely communicates with them. Still, he's obviously there, and it can clearly be terrifying at times. (Although, the few times he ''does'' confront them personally, it's even ''scarier''.)
* PowersThatBe
* PragmaticVillain: Appears to be this. Especially shown Such as in "Marabounta" where he teams up with the Lyoko Warriors to destroy the title Marabounta, not to save the Lyoko Warriors, but to save himself and Aelita, since XANA needs her memory to escape the Supercomputer. Also shown in "Hot Shower" where he [[spoiler:destroys the piece of a comet he was going to use to destroy the factory and the Supercomputer, not out of pity, but because Aelita was devirtualized from Lyoko and he needed Aelita alive and on Lyoko to lure out Franz Hopper]].



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

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



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



* StalkerWithACrush: Her crush on Ulrich tends to verge on this, as in some episodes she is willing to resort to things like blackmail and taking advantage on his LaserGuidedAmnesia to get him to date her. The fact she has apparently been trying to seduce him since ''Nursery School'', even though he never returned the affection, doesn't help. This however tends to be toned down after he CharacterDevelopment.

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* StalkerWithACrush: Her crush on Ulrich tends to verge on this, as in some episodes she is willing to resort to things like blackmail and taking advantage on his LaserGuidedAmnesia to get him to date her. The fact she has apparently been trying to seduce him since ''Nursery School'', even though he never returned the affection, doesn't help. This however tends to be toned down after he CharacterDevelopment.
12th Dec '16 9:45:34 AM starkitty93
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* AmnesiacHero: Mostly in Season One. After that, her memory started to come back in bits and pieces as the ContinuityCreep set in.
7th Dec '16 6:32:17 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* AmnesiacHero: Mostly in Season One. After that, her memory started to come back in bits and pieces as the ContinuityCreep set in.
21st Nov '16 6:43:24 PM creader
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* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Jérémie

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* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: JérémieThe reason she fell for [[TeamDad Jérémie]] was because of his persistence in helping and trying to make her happy without seeking thanks or reward.
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