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20th Mar '16 6:04:51 AM StFan
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* NeverMyFault: After [[spoiler: her attempt to deal with X.A.N.A herself goes horribly wrong and nearly gets William captured, rather than admit she was wrong she blames the others for not having her vision. It's likely this mroeso than anything that convinces the others that she needs to be kicked out.]]

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* NeverMyFault: After [[spoiler: her attempt to deal with X.A.N.A XANA herself goes horribly wrong and nearly gets William captured, rather than admit she was wrong she blames the others for not having her vision. It's likely this mroeso than anything that convinces the others that she needs to be kicked out.]]



* WrongGenreSavvy: Tyron thinks Aelita is the prodigal daughter returning to take back everything he stole from her father, and [[spoiler: get her mother out of his grasp]]. But while she does [[spoiler: care about finding her mother,]] the group have no problem with his system at all except for the fact that [[spoiler: X.A.N.A. is using it to attack the world.]] He refuses to believe that the plot isn't about him, and it's especially obvious when [[spoiler: he and Aelita meet face to face]] that he has little idea of what's really going on.

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* WrongGenreSavvy: Tyron thinks Aelita is the prodigal daughter returning to take back everything he stole from her father, and [[spoiler: get her mother out of his grasp]]. But while she does [[spoiler: care about finding her mother,]] the group have no problem with his system at all except for the fact that [[spoiler: X.A.N.A. XANA is using it to attack the world.]] He refuses to believe that the plot isn't about him, and it's especially obvious when [[spoiler: he and Aelita meet face to face]] that he has little idea of what's really going on.
20th Mar '16 1:16:26 AM KnownUnknown
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* WrongGenreSavvy: Tyron thinks Aelita is the prodigal daughter returning to take back everything he stole from her father, and [[spoiler: get her mother out of his grasp]]. But while she does [[spoiler: care about finding her mother,]] the group have no problem with his system at all except for the fact that [[spoiler: X.A.N.A. is using it to attack the world.]] He refuses to believe that the plot isn't about him, and it's especially obvious when [[spoiler: he and Aelita meet face to face]] that he has little idea of what's really going on.
19th Mar '16 11:17:47 PM KnownUnknown
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* TookALevelInJerkass: Contrary to her personality in the previous series, this version of Aelita is considerably more aggressive, to the extent that, when the team attempts to vote on whether to include Laura or not, she preempts the vote and activates the RTTP. [[WhatTheHellHero She gets called out on it by Odd]], but it's pretty clear she doesn't feel guilty about it. This might be justified by the fact that her father died in the season finale of the last series (hence no real development on that front), but it's still quite the change in behavior. Also, see her attitude in "Rendez-Vous".

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* TookALevelInJerkass: Contrary to her personality in the previous series, this version of Aelita is considerably more aggressive, to the extent that, when the team attempts to vote on whether to include Laura or not, she preempts the vote and activates the RTTP. [[WhatTheHellHero She gets called out on it by Odd]], but it's pretty clear she doesn't feel guilty about it. This might be justified by the fact that her father died in the season finale of the last series (hence no real development on that front), but it's still quite the change in behavior. She is also more sullen and driven in general, to the point of being abrasive at times. Also, see her attitude in "Rendez-Vous".



* {{Jerkass}}: She is insufferable, quite smug toward Aelita and has no scrupple [[KickTheDog mocking her about her father being gone, implying Hopper favoured his work over her]]. [[spoiler:In "Mutiny", not only does she show no remorse when her actions almost led William to be turned into XANA's slave again, but she actually ''keeps'' blaming the Lyoko-Warriors for letting their emotions get the best of them.]]

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* {{Jerkass}}: She is insufferable, quite smug toward Aelita even when she's supposed to be helping and has no scrupple problem [[KickTheDog mocking taking her about feud with Aelita to outright mockery over her father being gone, implying Hopper favoured his work over her]]. [[spoiler:In [[spoiler: In "Mutiny", not only does she show no remorse when her actions almost led William to be turned into XANA's slave again, but she actually ''keeps'' blaming the Lyoko-Warriors for letting their emotions get the best of them.]]


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* TheRival: She and Aelita ''hate'' each other, in part because they fill similar roles on the team, and the negative air between the two just gets worse as the season goes on. Because of an early return to the past Laura is unaware of why Aelita was initially antagonistic towards her, but she soon turns very nasty in response.
19th Mar '16 11:02:00 PM KnownUnknown
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* BewareTheSillyOnes: Arguably even moreso than before, giving him more this vibe than CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass. As mentioned above, Odd is a bit more mature in this series, and can snap from silly and funny to showing his experience seriously and earnestly on a dime, and he often somehow does both simultaneously. Across the season, he comes off as the team's unofficial cavalry once or twice because of it (which he lampshades a couple times).


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* SadClown: While having [[spoiler: lost all of his codes.]] He makes with the jokes even when it's brought up ([[SelfDeprecatingHumor usually by him]]), but he's clearly ''very'' bitter about it.


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* TheLeader: He has grown into this role even moreso than before. He's become more assertive and authoritative when it comes to keeping the others in line and together in missions, and they automatically look to his determination and resolve for answers even outside of tech-based problems.


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* NeverMyFault: After [[spoiler: her attempt to deal with X.A.N.A herself goes horribly wrong and nearly gets William captured, rather than admit she was wrong she blames the others for not having her vision. It's likely this mroeso than anything that convinces the others that she needs to be kicked out.]]


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* StalkerWithACrush: It's implied that the reason she shadowed the gang everywhere in her first appearance was because she had a thing for Jeremie, right down to making {{Freudian Slip}}s when talking to him. This gets lampshaded by Odd, who also implies this is the reason initially Aelita disliked her. It's dropped in later appearances, which focus more on her interest in the technology.
27th Nov '15 3:44:49 PM Quanyails
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* {{Jerkass}}: She is insufferable, quite smug toward Aelita and has no scrupple [[KickTheDog mocking her about her father being gone, implying Hopper favoured his work over her]]. [[spoiler:In ''Mutiny'', not only does she show no remorse when her actions almost led William to be turned into XANA's slave again, but she actually ''keeps'' blaming the Lyoko-Warriors for letting their emotions get the best of them.]]

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* {{Jerkass}}: She is insufferable, quite smug toward Aelita and has no scrupple [[KickTheDog mocking her about her father being gone, implying Hopper favoured his work over her]]. [[spoiler:In ''Mutiny'', "Mutiny", not only does she show no remorse when her actions almost led William to be turned into XANA's slave again, but she actually ''keeps'' blaming the Lyoko-Warriors for letting their emotions get the best of them.]]



* [[spoiler:ManipulativeBitch: In ''Mutiny'', she convinces William to help her in her scheme to act behind the Lyoko-Warriors' back by playing on his feeling on reject from Yumi.]]

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* [[spoiler:ManipulativeBitch: In ''Mutiny'', "Mutiny", she convinces William to help her in her scheme to act behind the Lyoko-Warriors' back by playing on his feeling on reject from Yumi.]]



* TheSpock: Deconstructed in ''Mutiny''.

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* TheSpock: Deconstructed in ''Mutiny''."Mutiny".



* WellIntentionedExtremist: In ''Mutiny'', [[spoiler:she decides to act behind the team's back, manipulating William into helping her, in order to destroy XANA. Her concern was founded, but she decided to put priority on XANA's destruction over the others' promise to find Aelita's mother.]]

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* WellIntentionedExtremist: In ''Mutiny'', "Mutiny", [[spoiler:she decides to act behind the team's back, manipulating William into helping her, in order to destroy XANA. Her concern was founded, but she decided to put priority on XANA's destruction over the others' promise to find Aelita's mother.]]
24th Oct '15 6:49:33 AM Morgenthaler
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* GenreSavvy: She is the first to suspect XANA's return when his attacks start again.



* GenreSavvy: She learned of the existence of the Return to the Past while helping Jérémie design a virus to infect the Cortex, and realized right away that they were going to use it to get rid of her once she was done. To stop them, she snuck a subroutine into the test virus used on Lyoko's core that would allow her to keep her memory, forcing the Lyoko Warriors to integrate her.
9th Oct '15 11:26:28 AM 4maskwolf
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* InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja
19th Aug '15 4:11:02 AM StFan
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* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have To Be the Scyphozoa]]: Understandably considering [[BrainwashedAndCrazy his past experience]], he is absolutely terrified when he finds himself confronted with the Scyphozoa alone for a second time, to the point he begs Laura to immediately devirtualize him, and tries to do it himself when she fails to follow his request.

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* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have To Be the Scyphozoa]]: WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Understandably considering [[BrainwashedAndCrazy his past experience]], he is absolutely terrified when he finds himself confronted with the Scyphozoa alone for a second time, to the point he begs Laura to immediately devirtualize him, and tries to do it himself when she fails to follow his request.



* BigBadDuumvirate: With Professor Tyron [[spoiler: until it's revealed they are a BigBadEnsemble]].

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* BigBadDuumvirate: With Professor Tyron [[spoiler: until [[spoiler:until it's revealed they are a BigBadEnsemble]].



->''"You are a naive man, Mr Hopper..."''

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->''"You are a naive man, Mr Mr. Hopper..."''



* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: A notable evolution compared to his original series counterpart, this Jim actually has more reasonnable and understanding reactions toward the students. For example, he's not really upset when Odd, who's talking gibberish as a result of a Spectre attack, makes off with his cell phone, assuming the poor kid simply buckled under the stress, and even decides to talk about it to Delmas so they can do something to help students be more healthy.
* TookALevelInKindness: While he still has a tendency to give detention quickly, this version of Jim acts less aggressive than his original series counterpart and is less quick to get angry. "Compte à rebours" even has him worrying about the students' health and go to talk about it with Mr Delmas.

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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: A notable evolution compared to his original series counterpart, this Jim actually has more reasonnable reasonable and understanding reactions toward the students. For example, he's not really upset when Odd, who's talking gibberish as a result of a Spectre attack, makes off with his cell phone, assuming the poor kid simply buckled under the stress, and even decides to talk about it to Delmas so they can do something to help students be more healthy.
* TookALevelInKindness: While he still has a tendency to give detention quickly, this version of Jim acts less aggressive than his original series counterpart and is less quick to get angry. "Compte à rebours" even has him worrying about the students' health and go to talk about it with Mr Mr. Delmas.



* BrokenPedestal: To Aelita, when she finds out Cortex might have been created by him. [[spoiler:[[DefiedTrope She ends up deciding it cannot be so, since while the supercomputers are similar, the Cortex is nothing like Lyoko]], and is later proven right.]]

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* BrokenPedestal: To Aelita, when she finds out the Cortex might have been created by him. [[spoiler:[[DefiedTrope She ends up deciding it cannot be so, since while the supercomputers are similar, the Cortex is nothing like Lyoko]], and is later proven right.]]
9th May '15 6:28:44 PM Sugarp1e1
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Post-possession, William has effectively been kicked out of the Lyoko Warriors for his actions in ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'' [[NotHimself: (despite the fact that it wasn't his fault)]], as the others make a point of not inviting him to the factory when duty calls. This has enraged him on multiple occasions, and he will go to the factory on his own and demand to be taken to Lyoko when he suspects that they are there without him. He has proven a capable fighter on Lyoko, and is finally accepted back into the team in episode 5.

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Post-possession, William has effectively been kicked out of the Lyoko Warriors for his actions in ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'' [[NotHimself: ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'', [[NotHimself (despite the fact that it wasn't his fault)]], as the others make a point of not inviting him to the factory when duty calls. This has enraged him on multiple occasions, and he will go to the factory on his own and demand to be taken to Lyoko when he suspects that they are there without him. He has proven a capable fighter on Lyoko, and is finally accepted back into the team in episode 5.
9th May '15 6:25:20 PM Sugarp1e1
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Post-possession, William has effectively been kicked out of the Lyoko Warriors for his actions in ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'' [[NotHimself: (despite the fact that it wasn't his fault), as the others make a point of not inviting him to the factory when duty calls. This has enraged him on multiple occasions, and he will go to the factory on his own and demand to be taken to Lyoko when he suspects that they are there without him. He has proven a capable fighter on Lyoko, and is finally accepted back into the team in episode 5.

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Post-possession, William has effectively been kicked out of the Lyoko Warriors for his actions in ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'' [[NotHimself: (despite the fact that it wasn't his fault), fault)]], as the others make a point of not inviting him to the factory when duty calls. This has enraged him on multiple occasions, and he will go to the factory on his own and demand to be taken to Lyoko when he suspects that they are there without him. He has proven a capable fighter on Lyoko, and is finally accepted back into the team in episode 5.
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