History Characters / CodeLyoko

11th Jun '17 7:13:33 AM safind
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* PairTheSmartOnes: With Jérémie.



* PairTheSmartOnes: With Jérémie.



* PluckyGirl: You'd be surprised someone this cheery and energetic was trapped in a supercomputer and hounded by an evil program for 10 years.

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* PluckyGirl: You'd be surprised that someone this cheery and energetic was trapped in a supercomputer and hounded by an evil program for 10 years.
10th Jun '17 8:12:28 PM safind
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* CyberneticsWillEatYourSoul: During Episode 38, he deliberately repeated Returns to the Past so he could utilize a special neuronal headset to increase his intelligence. However, this ended up hurting him mentally and physically, as he became increasingly irritable and was prone to fainting spells while under the device's influence. To add insult to injury, he actually ''wasn't'' getting smarter at all, and at the end of the episode, he destroys the headset.



* MeaningfulName: Her name may be a reference to the titular character of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aelita_(novel) novel]] by Aleksey Tolstoy, who was also a prominent figure of another world and had a relationship with a lonely scientist.



* PetTheDog: In the penultimate episode, she's the only Lyoko Warrior who sympathizes with William after he's been freed from XANA, and is willing to stick up for him when the others reject him. It doesn't have any payoff since XANA later possesses William one final time and she ends up focusing more on her father, but it's the thought that counts.



* LeeroyJenkins: This is what causes him to end up possessed by XANA.

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* LeeroyJenkins: This is what causes him to end up possessed by XANA.XANA, he got too caught up in battling XANA's monsters, and thought he could take on the Scyphozoa...Quite simply put, he couldn't.



* ReformedButRejected: In the finale.

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* ReformedButRejected: In the finale. He isn't present when the supercomputer is shut down, but he seems to have at least managed to return to being on civil terms with Yumi.



* SixthRangerTraitor: ...only to be possessed by XANA on his first mission.

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* SixthRangerTraitor: ...only to be possessed by XANA on his first mission.mission and ends up as TheDragon for Season 4.



* HulkSpeak: Sometimes; some of them have been shown to be perfectly able to deliver real sentences. Most often, it just seems like XANA doesn't feel like wasting time to make them talk.

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* HulkSpeak: Sometimes; some of them have been shown to be perfectly able to deliver real sentences. Most often, it just seems like XANA doesn't feel like wasting time to make them talk.talk, only doing so if it is deemed necessary.



* TagalongKid
* YoungEntrepreneur

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* TagalongKid
TagalongKid: He's completely in the dark regarding Lyoko, but occasionally participates in helping to curb the damage XANA causes in the real world.
* YoungEntrepreneurYoungEntrepreneur: In Season 4, he's shown selling Subdigitals tickets. He refuses to give any discounts.



* 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.



* BallOfLightTransformation: Unlike other, rather than taking the form of a humanoid DigitalAvatar, Franz Hopper is permanently virtualized on Lyoko under the shape of a brilliant ball of light.

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* BallOfLightTransformation: Unlike other, rather than taking the form of a humanoid DigitalAvatar, Franz Hopper is permanently virtualized on Lyoko under the shape of a large, brilliant ball of light. In a flashback during Episode 57, his form consisted of a cluster of smaller balls of light.



* MysteriousPast: The specific details of his work concerning Project Carthage is never revealed, even when the show ends.
* NonActionGuy: [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]]. His virtual form is not capable of direct combat, much like Aelita in the first two seasons and he's absent for most of the series. However, the data he gives to the Lyoko Warriors is critical in enabling them to continue fighting XANA, [[spoiler:and in the end, his HeroicSacrifice and compiling of the anti-XANA program effectively gives him more credit in defeating XANA]].



* PapaWolf: XANA knows it.
* PhlebotinumRebel: Franz Hopper created XANA to destroy "Project Carthage", which he was previously working on.

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* PapaWolf: XANA knows it.
it, and [[BatmanGambit exploits it throughout Season 4]].
* PhlebotinumRebel: Franz Hopper created XANA to destroy "Project Carthage", which he was previously working on. Whether or not he succeeded in doing so is unknown.



* SanitySlippage: Suffered a heavy case of it during the creation of Lyoko. His abuse of the Return to the Past (He repeated the same day over ''2,500 times'' without rest) made him extremely paranoid, as seen in his diary, as well as having a delusion of grandeur, as he called the Supercomputer his 'Great Project'.



* TheVoiceless: While his voice ''is'' heard on screen, it's always either in a flashback, a recording, or a XANA trick. Hopper himself (in light ball form) is never heard to speak.

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* TheVoiceless: While his voice ''is'' heard on screen, it's always either in a flashback, a recording, or a XANA trick. Hopper himself (in his present-day light ball form) is never heard to speak.
24th May '17 12:56:16 PM WitsWithMe
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* LittleMissSnarker: She can't say two sentences without something stnarky coming out.

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* LittleMissSnarker: She can't say two sentences without something stnarky snarky coming out.



* 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 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 tends to be toned down after he her CharacterDevelopment.
21st May '17 7:26:30 AM StFan
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The only extrovert of the Team, and an incorrigible smart-aleck. He dresses in flashy, clashing colors, mostly purple and yellow. Though physically petite compared to the rest of the team, he is an adrenaline junkie, just the type to go for extreme sports. Also a passable student; his strengths are in the languages and artistic classes. He's [[KidAnova a big flirt]] who's dated about every girl in his grade (most of them for only a day or two) as well as a few others. He has smuggled his small dog, "Kiwi", into the dormitories. In Lyoko, his avatar is a Cat Boy version of himself, including claws and a tail. He has heightened agility and stamina in this form, and can shoot "Lazer Arrows" from his forearms -- which, for a time, tended to run out of ammo at the worst possible moments. This shortage was resolved in Season 2 at the expense of another of Odd's powers, the "Future Flash" which offered spontaneous visions of [[YouCantFightFate the mostly immutable immediate future]]. This left Odd with the short end of the stick powers-wise, a fact lampshaded in Season 3's "Triple Trouble" when Jérémie tries to give Odd a teleportation ability, [[MesACrowd but ended up making two clones]] for him instead, and the clones wind up not disappearing when no longer needed. At least he still has a marginally useful [[DeflectorShields energy shield]], granted as part of the Season 2 power realignment.

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The only extrovert extravert of the Team, and an incorrigible smart-aleck. He dresses in flashy, clashing colors, mostly purple and yellow. Though physically petite compared to the rest of the team, he is an adrenaline junkie, just the type to go for extreme sports. Also a passable student; his strengths are in the languages and artistic classes. He's [[KidAnova a big flirt]] who's dated about every girl in his grade (most of them for only a day or two) as well as a few others. He has smuggled his small dog, "Kiwi", into the dormitories. In Lyoko, his avatar is a Cat Boy version of himself, including claws and a tail. He has heightened agility and stamina in this form, and can shoot "Lazer Arrows" from his forearms -- which, for a time, tended to run out of ammo at the worst possible moments. This shortage was resolved in Season 2 at the expense of another of Odd's powers, the "Future Flash" which offered spontaneous visions of [[YouCantFightFate the mostly immutable immediate future]]. This left Odd with the short end of the stick powers-wise, a fact lampshaded in Season 3's "Triple Trouble" when Jérémie tries to give Odd a teleportation ability, [[MesACrowd but ended up making two clones]] for him instead, and the clones wind up not disappearing when no longer needed. At least he still has a marginally useful [[DeflectorShields energy shield]], granted as part of the Season 2 power realignment.
20th May '17 3:35:46 PM SoapheadChurch
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* MediumBlending

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* MediumBlendingMediumBlending: Traditional animation in the real world, CGI-rendered 3D models in Lyoko. In ''Evolution'', live action gets thrown into the mix.



* GreenEyedEpiphany

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* GreenEyedEpiphanyGreenEyedEpiphany: He's been deeply in denial about his feelings towards Yumi since the beginning. This stops immediately when William becomes a legitimate competitor for Yumi's affections.



* EverythingsBetterWithSamurai

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* EverythingsBetterWithSamuraiEverythingsBetterWithSamurai: There's no real reason for him to be a samurai in Lyoko. He's not even Japanese. But damn, it sure is cool.



* KatanasAreJustBetter: Literally, as his weapon is easily the most effective against most monsters.



* KatanasAreJustBetter



* MesACrowd: His Triplicate ability, which allows him to make two copies of himself.



* SpeedEchoes

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* SpeedEchoesSpeedEchoes: His Triangulate ability allows him to create these. What's more, they're not just afterimages; they're actual copies.



* ThrowingYourSwordAlwaysWorks

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* ThrowingYourSwordAlwaysWorksThrowingYourSwordAlwaysWorks: He's got a better track record throwing his sword than Odd does shooting his arrows.



* SensualSpandex

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* SensualSpandexSensualSpandex: An update from his much more loose-fitting older outfit.



The only extravert of the Team, and an incorrigible smart-aleck. He dresses in flashy, clashing colors, mostly purple and yellow. Though physically petite compared to the rest of the team, he is an adrenaline junkie, just the type to go for extreme sports. Also a passable student; his strengths are in the languages and artistic classes. He's [[KidAnova a big flirt]] who's dated about every girl in his grade (most of them for only a day or two) as well as a few others. He has smuggled his small dog, "Kiwi", into the dormitories. In Lyoko, his avatar is a Cat Boy version of himself, including claws and a tail. He has heightened agility and stamina in this form, and can shoot "Lazer Arrows" from his forearms -- which, for a time, tended to run out of ammo at the worst possible moments. This shortage was resolved in Season 2 at the expense of another of Odd's powers, the "Future Flash" which offered spontaneous visions of [[YouCantFightFate the mostly immutable immediate future]]. This left Odd with the short end of the stick powers-wise, a fact lampshaded in Season 3's "Triple Trouble" when Jérémie tries to give Odd a teleportation ability, [[MesACrowd but ended up making two clones]] for him instead, and the clones wind up not disappearing when no longer needed. At least he still has a marginally useful [[DeflectorShields energy shield]], granted as part of the Season 2 power realignment.

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The only extravert extrovert of the Team, and an incorrigible smart-aleck. He dresses in flashy, clashing colors, mostly purple and yellow. Though physically petite compared to the rest of the team, he is an adrenaline junkie, just the type to go for extreme sports. Also a passable student; his strengths are in the languages and artistic classes. He's [[KidAnova a big flirt]] who's dated about every girl in his grade (most of them for only a day or two) as well as a few others. He has smuggled his small dog, "Kiwi", into the dormitories. In Lyoko, his avatar is a Cat Boy version of himself, including claws and a tail. He has heightened agility and stamina in this form, and can shoot "Lazer Arrows" from his forearms -- which, for a time, tended to run out of ammo at the worst possible moments. This shortage was resolved in Season 2 at the expense of another of Odd's powers, the "Future Flash" which offered spontaneous visions of [[YouCantFightFate the mostly immutable immediate future]]. This left Odd with the short end of the stick powers-wise, a fact lampshaded in Season 3's "Triple Trouble" when Jérémie tries to give Odd a teleportation ability, [[MesACrowd but ended up making two clones]] for him instead, and the clones wind up not disappearing when no longer needed. At least he still has a marginally useful [[DeflectorShields energy shield]], granted as part of the Season 2 power realignment.



* CasualDangerDialog

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* CasualDangerDialogCasualDangerDialog: Nothing changes Odd's goofy demeanor, not even being faced with certain death.



* FacePalm



* IsItSomethingYouEat

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* IsItSomethingYouEatIsItSomethingYouEat: Being a BigEater with a very limited vocabulary, this comes up a lot.



* ShipperOnDeck: He is very supportive of Ulrich's relationship with Yumi.

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* ShipperOnDeck: He is very supportive of Ulrich's relationship with Yumi. To a lesser extent, he's this way with Jérémie and Aelita's relationship as well.



%%* CallingYourAttacks: "Lazer Arrows!"
%%* ChestInsignia: Of Kiwi peeing...

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%%* CallingYourAttacks: "Lazer Arrows!"
%%*
* ChestInsignia: Of Kiwi peeing...peeing. Even he doesn't get why Lyoko did that.



%%* FourFingeredHands

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



%%* HitPoints
%%* HoverBoard

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%%* HitPoints
%%* HoverBoard
* HoverBoard: His Overboard in Season 2.



%%* LeParkour: The undisputed master of it.
%%* RunningOnAllFours
%%* PsychicPowers: Future Flash (Season 1).
* SuperReflexes
* TakingTheBullet
* WallCrawl

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%%* * LeParkour: The undisputed master of it.
%%* RunningOnAllFours
%%*
it, even beating out Ulrich.
* RunningOnAllFours: He gains the ability to run faster on all fours in Lyoko.
*
PsychicPowers: Future Flash (Season 1).
gives him brief glimpses into the future. He loses the ability in Season 2.
* SuperReflexes
SuperReflexes: Cat-like reflexes, essentially. He may not be very tough, but he's damn near impossible to hit.
* TakingTheBullet
TakingTheBullet: This is usually how he gets dematerialized, mostly because he's so agile that it's hard to hit him unless he wants to be hit.
* WallCrawlWallCrawl: Using his claws like a cat climbing a tree.



* SensualSpandex

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* SensualSpandexSensualSpandex: Quite a bit tighter than his previous avatar's outfit.



* CoolBigSis

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* CoolBigSisCoolBigSis: She's closer in age to the rest of the group than most examples, but she's mature enough to fit the mold pretty well.



* FuroScene

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* FuroSceneFuroScene: Chances are pretty good that you'll catch Yumi in the bathtub in any given episode.



* GreenEyedEpiphany

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* GreenEyedEpiphanyGreenEyedEpiphany: She does a pretty decent job of pretending she's not into Ulrich, until someone (usually Sissi) starts flirting with him.



* OneOfTheBoys
* RavenHairIvorySkin

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* OneOfTheBoys
OneOfTheBoys: She's the only girl in her group of friends (except Aelita, who's a computer program for most of the show). She also avoids traditionally "girly" pasttimes, preferring soccer, track and field, and martial arts.
* RavenHairIvorySkinRavenHairIvorySkin: The palest of her friends, with very black hair to match.



* HitPoints



* LeParkour

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* LeParkourLeParkour: To great effect when she combines her psychic powers with her acrobatics.



* PstandardPsychicPstance

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* PstandardPsychicPstancePstandardPsychicPstance: She sometimes makes this gesture when using her Telekinesis. More so in Season 4.



* SheFu

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* SheFuSheFu: She takes a far more graceful and gymnastic approach to fighting enemies than Ulrich and Odd.



* EveryoneKnowsMorse
* EverythingIsOnline

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* EveryoneKnowsMorse
EveryoneKnowsMorse: He uses Morse Code to communicate with the others in ''Skidblandir''. Though, given how CrazyPrepared he is most of the time, he probably taught it to the others to use in case of an emergency.
* EverythingIsOnlineEverythingIsOnline: He can use the supercomputer to do a bunch of things that he really shouldn't be able to do. This is the only real explanation.



* HandBehindHead

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* HandBehindHeadHandBehindHead: His standard pose when he's not hunched over the supercomputer's keyboard.



* LaymansTerms

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* LaymansTermsLaymansTerms: Often has to repeat himself in simpler terms, because he forgets that everyone else isn't a super-genius.



* {{Nerd}}

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* {{Nerd}}{{Nerd}}: A completely textbook example.



* TheShortGuyWithGlasses

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* TheShortGuyWithGlassesTheShortGuyWithGlasses: He's not particularly short, but Yumi, Ulrich, and Odd's hair are all taller than he is. He and Aelita are about the same height.



* SmartPeoplePlayChess
* SpellMyNameWithAnS
* TeamDad

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* SmartPeoplePlayChess
SmartPeoplePlayChess: He's seen playing with Ulrich in a couple of episodes.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS
SpellMyNameWithAnS: Either Jérémie or the anglicized Jeremy. The former is the official spelling.
* TeamDadTeamDad: A [[BumblingDad Bumbling]] Team Dad, but a Team Dad nonetheless. He's the only one who comes close to Yumi in terms of maturity, even if he does get a little carried away sometimes.



* [[WiseBeyondTheirYears Wise Beyond His Years]]

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



* BadDreams

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



* CatapultNightmare



* TheChick

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* TheChickTheChick: 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.



* FetalPositionRebirth

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* FetalPositionRebirthFetalPositionRebirth: When she's finally de-virtualized, she emerges like this.



* MagicSkirt

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* MagicSkirtMagicSkirt: Justified, since she's in a virtual world where skirts aren't necessarily made of fabric.



* PinkMeansFeminine
* PluckyGirl
* PrincessesPreferPink

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* PinkMeansFeminine
PinkMeansFeminine: The girliest of the group by far, and has an overwhelmingly pink color scheme.
* PluckyGirl
* PrincessesPreferPink
PluckyGirl: You'd be surprised someone this cheery and energetic was trapped in a supercomputer and hounded by an evil program for 10 years.



* SmartPeoplePlayChess

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* SmartPeoplePlayChessSmartPeoplePlayChess: She's Jérémie intellectual equal, and often plays him in chess.



* TroubledFetalPosition



%%* CallingYourAttacks

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%%* CallingYourAttacks* CallingYourAttacks: When she gets the ability to use Energy Fields, she does this.



%%* EnergyBall: Seasons 3-4.
%%* FacialMarkings
%%* GreenEyes
%%* HitPoints
%%* HypnotizeThePrincess

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%%* * EnergyBall: Her sole offensive ability, which she gets in Seasons 3-4.
%%* FacialMarkings
%%* GreenEyes
%%* HitPoints
%%* HypnotizeThePrincess
* FacialMarkings: A red line on either cheek in her Season 1-3 avatar. They're gone in Season 4.
* HypnotizeThePrincess: Whenever the Scyphozoa get ahold of her, this is the inevitable result.



%%* NeuroVault

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%%* NeuroVault* NeuroVault: Her memories, which Xana tries to siphon out of her brain.



* PointyEars
* PsychicPowers: Creativity, Second Sight.

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* PointyEars
PointyEars: Especially in Season 4.
* PsychicPowers: Creativity, which telekinetically reshapes the environment, and Second Sight.Sight, which gives her omnipresent awareness of everything in Lyoko.



* SupportPartyMember: Seasons 1-2.

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* SupportPartyMember: Seasons 1-2. She can't fight, but she's the only person who can deactivate the towers. Her Second Sight is also extremely helpful to the party.



* {{Flight}}

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* {{Flight}}{{Flight}}: A new power she gains, thanks to a pair of energy wings.



* PowerGivesYouWings

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* PowerGivesYouWingsPowerGivesYouWings: Aelita's upgrade came with a pair of "Angel Wings" integrated into her suit.



* WingedHumanoid

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* WingedHumanoidWingedHumanoid: When she uses her Angel Wings.



* ChekhovsGunman

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* ChekhovsGunmanChekhovsGunman: He starts off as a minor character and a RomanticFalseLead for Yumi before becoming the SixthRanger to the Lyoko Warriors. And then becoming TheDragon for the remainder of Season 4.



* MrFanservice

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* MrFanserviceMrFanservice: Completely intentional on his part.



* StalkerWithACrush

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* StalkerWithACrushStalkerWithACrush: His approach to Yumi gives off this vibe. He's harmless, but annoyingly persistent.



* BrainwashedAndCrazy

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* BrainwashedAndCrazyBrainwashedAndCrazy: XANA's possession makes him more than a little unhinged.



* HitPoints



* NonchalantDodge
* PowerFloats

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* NonchalantDodge
NonchalantDodge: Using his Super Smoke, he's a master of this.
* PowerFloatsPowerFloats: While XANA is controlling him, he has the ability to levitate.



* SensualSpandex

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* SensualSpandexSensualSpandex: Much more so in Season 4, in an inversion of EvilIsSexy.



* SwordBeam / RazorWind
* SwordDrag
* ThemeMusicPowerUp

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* SwordBeam / RazorWind
RazorWind: Can fire these out of his [[{{BFS}} Zweihander]]
* SwordDrag
SwordDrag: Though, if you had a sword that big, you'd probably drag it as well.
* ThemeMusicPowerUpThemeMusicPowerUp: Whenever XANA's theme starts playing, you know he's about to kick some serious ass.



* VoiceOfTheLegion

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* VoiceOfTheLegionVoiceOfTheLegion: As is standard with XANA possessions, he has his own voice accompanied by a demonic echo.



* AIIsACrapshoot

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* AIIsACrapshootAIIsACrapshoot: XANA started off as a relatively simple AI, but gradually became more intelligent and malicious as time went on.



* TheCracker

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* TheCrackerTheCracker: He has access to any computer network in the world and can manipulate electricity.



* [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters Turned Against His Master]]

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* [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters Turned Against His Master]]Master]]: He's been trying to kill his creator for the better part of 10 years.



** HitPoints

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** HitPointsHitPoints: Unlike the Lyoko Warriors, who all have 100 Lifepoints, the monsters all have varying amounts. Tarantulas have the most, while Kankrelats have the least.



** NoBodyLeftBehind
** PowersAsPrograms

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** NoBodyLeftBehind
NoBodyLeftBehind: They explode when killed and don't even leave a trace.
** PowersAsProgramsPowersAsPrograms: Justified, since they literally are programs. XANA is able to manipulate them exactly in that fashion: downloading them, modifying them, copying them, etc.



** XtremeKoolLetterz

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** XtremeKoolLetterzXtremeKoolLetterz: 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".



* AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil

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* AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncilAbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil: A one-person version, solely by virtue of being the principal's daughter.



* BareYourMidriff

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* BareYourMidriffBareYourMidriff: She wears a belly-shirt everywhere.



* BrattyTeenageDaughter
* ButtMonkey

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* BrattyTeenageDaughter
BrattyTeenageDaughter: To Principal Delmas. The poor man is just a little too good-natured to really do anything about it.
* ButtMonkeyButtMonkey: She has awful luck, and everyone seems to dislike her to some extent. But she mostly brings it on herself.



* ClingyJealousGirl
* DefrostingIceQueen

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* ClingyJealousGirl
ClingyJealousGirl: Where Ulrich is concerned. It annoys the hell out of him, since they're not together and it gives people the wrong idea.
* DefrostingIceQueenDefrostingIceQueen: She's way more openly antagonistic to the main group in Season 1. Come Season 2, she's warmed up to them quite a bit.



* DungeonmastersGirlfriend

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* DungeonmastersGirlfriendDungeonmastersGirlfriend: She ends up playing this role whenever she joins the party, even though she's not romantically involved with any of them.



* GreenEyedMonster

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* GreenEyedMonsterGreenEyedMonster: She's insanely jealous of Yumi due to Ulrich's crush on her and her general status as TheAce.



* HormoneAddledTeenager

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* HormoneAddledTeenagerHormoneAddledTeenager: She's a little ''too'' amorous for her age, even.



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold
* LittleMissSnarker
* LingerieScene

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold
JerkWithAHeartOfGold: She's a bratty, self-absorbed snob, but she's a decent person deep down. And she does genuinely care for Ulrich, even if she has a funny way of showing it.
* LittleMissSnarker
LittleMissSnarker: She can't say two sentences without something stnarky coming out.
* LingerieSceneLingerieScene: She's in her underwear about as often as Yumi is in the bathtub.



* {{Malaproper}}

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* {{Malaproper}}{{Malaproper}}: Frequently, one of the many signs that she's not very bright.



* MsFanservice

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* MsFanserviceMsFanservice: When she's not in a LingerieScene, she's dressed to play this to the hilt.



* SkirtOverSlacks
* SpoiledBrat

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* SkirtOverSlacks
SkirtOverSlacks: In Seasons 1-3 this is her standard outfit.
* SpoiledBratSpoiledBrat: Her father is a ''huge'' pushover where she's concerned, which she takes advantage of mercilessly.



* ExpansionPackPast

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* ExpansionPackPastExpansionPackPast: Every time he talks about his past, he's got something new to add into the mix. No word on how much of it is true.



* IMinoredInTropology

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* IMinoredInTropologyIMinoredInTropology: Or rather, "I was a former Navy Seal/CIA operative/FBI agent, etc."



* LetsGetDangerous

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* LetsGetDangerousLetsGetDangerous: On those rare occasions when he gets serious, he's a force to be reckoned with.



* TheMunchausen

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* TheMunchausenTheMunchausen: Maybe. His various accounts of his previous life range from the interesting to the patently ridiculous. But there's no proof that he's lying.



* PluckyComicRelief
* PointlessBandAid

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* PluckyComicRelief
PluckyComicRelief: It goes to show [[AdultsAreUseless what kind of show this is]] that the old gym teacher plays this role.
* PointlessBandAidPointlessBandAid: Under his left eye. He probably thinks it makes him look tough.



* BigGood

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* BigGoodBigGood: Everything the heroes have to fight against XANA is thanks to Dr. Hopper. And he occasionally helps more directly if the situation calls for it.



* OpaqueNerdGlasses

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* OpaqueNerdGlassesOpaqueNerdGlasses: In life, he sported a pair of these.



* TheProfessor

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* TheProfessorTheProfessor: In a roundabout way, thanks to his diaries.



* ArtificialHuman

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* ArtificialHumanArtificialHuman: A copy made of HardLight. It's able to simulate humanity well enough.



* {{Doppelganger}}
* HardLight

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* {{Doppelganger}}
{{Doppelganger}}: A rather...imperfect clone of William.
* HardLightHardLight: "Random polymorphic energy" to be precise, [[TechnoBabble whatever the hell that means.]]



* RidiculouslyCuteCritter

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* RidiculouslyCuteCritterRidiculouslyCuteCritter: Bordering on UglyCute at times.
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.
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