History Fridge / CodeLyoko

25th May '17 12:27:42 AM viking1911
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* When XANA gained the ability to possess humans, I often wondered why he didn't just take control of a cop and use his gun to mow down the Lyoko Warriors. But the show is set in France where armed cops (and civilians) are much less common than America.
20th Jan '17 5:25:40 PM StFan
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* In ''Marabounta'', Jeremy explains the Marabounta turning against Aelita because of the virus XANA put inside her at the end of season 1. [[spoiler:Season 2 finale reveals she had no virus to begin with. Then why did the Marabounta turn against her ?]]
** WordOfGod admitted it was a scenaristic mistake, but said you could assume Aelita had a special connection to Lyoko, which might explain what happened.
** Considering XANA was using a data fragment that contained her past memories to connect her to the A.I., the Marabounta likely detected this connection and sought to eliminate any trace to XANA as it was programmed.
** Same episode, why would XANA choose to leave and even show some form of respect through it's monsters after the fight instead of trying again to kill most of the crew and steal those memories it needed? Perhaps grudging respect for Jeremy having created something about as horrifically destructive as itself. XANA being a very twisted, manipulative, and generally destructive intelligence may actually have seen some beauty in the Marabounte.
* Why exactly did they decide to shut down the Supercomputer at the end of the series ? At this point, XANA was gone, making the machine harmless. While there was no use to keep it active either, they still act like it was dangerous...
** The thing works with nuclear fuel (don't remember if uranium or plutonium). Having no idea on how to deal with leaks or trust into the government to not abuse of it, they shut it off while they learned how to safely take apart the nuclear reactor.
** Probably the symbolism of their job being done. The Supercomputer was basically their weapon, so once the war was over, they no longer needed to be armed.
** The show treats programming and software realistically. Now imagine, one day, while an empty Lyoko is running, it suddenly runs into a bug. Reality: Broken.
** Also ''Marabounte'' was kind enough to show us that emergent intelligence is relatively easy to accomplish in Lyoko, from a simple program designed to search and destroy to full blown independent being in one afternoon, the last thing they need is another XANA taking for naturally when they haven't bothered to watch Lyoko in years or some backup program comming online.
19th Sep '16 8:36:50 AM Iamabrawler
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* At the end of the Season 4 episode "I'd Rather Not Talk About It", a Jim-centric episode, Jérémie accepts Jim's offer to come to his next boot camps, even if he was unfit for the first one. His friends don't understand why he would go through this tough training again. However, it makes more sense if you take into consideration that: 1. He and Aelita organized this session with Jim to become physically better in the real world, in case of a potential XANA attack, and 2. A few episodes earlier, he mentions that XANA knows the Lyoko-Warriors can barely make the Supercomputer work without Jérémie, thus the destructive AI has centered its attacks on the brainy teen. With this in mind, Jérémie likely realized he needs this physical training, as for the moment he's the one in the group least capable of fending off a XANA attack in the real world, and it could help him during future encounters to be a little more trained on the physical side.

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* At the end of the Season 4 episode "I'd Rather Not Talk About It", a Jim-centric episode, Jérémie accepts Jim's offer to come to his next boot camps, even if he was unfit for the first one. His friends don't understand why he would go through this tough training again. However, it makes more sense if you take into consideration that: 1. He and Aelita organized this session with Jim to so the whole group would become physically better in the real world, in case of a potential XANA attack, and 2. A few episodes earlier, he mentions that XANA knows the Lyoko-Warriors can barely make the Supercomputer work without Jérémie, thus the destructive AI has centered its attacks on the brainy teen. With this in mind, Jérémie likely realized he needs this physical training, as for the moment he's the one in the group least capable of fending off a XANA attack in the real world, and it could help him during future encounters to be a little more trained on the physical side.
19th Sep '16 8:35:50 AM Iamabrawler
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* At the end of the Season 4 episode "I'd Rather Not Talk About It", a Jim-centric episode, Jérémie accepts Jim's offer to come to his next boot camps, even if he was unfit for the first one. His friends don't understand why he would go through this tough training again. However, it makes more sense if you take into consideration that: 1. He and Aelita organized this session with Jim to become physically better in the real world, in case of a potential XANA attack, and 2. A few episodes earlier, he mentions that XANA knows the Lyoko-Warriors can barely make the Supercomputer work without Jérémie, thus the destructive AI has centered its attacks on the brainy teen. With this in mind, Jérémie likely realized he needs this physical training, as for the moment he's the one in the group least capable of fending off a XANA attack in the real world, and it could help him during future encounters to be a little more trained on the physical side.
20th May '16 11:06:29 PM Cupcakes
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** Same episode, why would XANA choose to leave and even show some form of respect through it's monsters after the fight instead of trying again to kill most of the crew and steal those memories it needed? Perhaps grudging respect for Jeremy having created something about as horrifically destructive as itself. XANA being a very twisted, manipulative, and generally destructive intelligence may actually have seen some beauty in the Marabounte.




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** Also ''Marabounte'' was kind enough to show us that emergent intelligence is relatively easy to accomplish in Lyoko, from a simple program designed to search and destroy to full blown independent being in one afternoon, the last thing they need is another XANA taking for naturally when they haven't bothered to watch Lyoko in years or some backup program comming online.
16th Mar '16 9:11:32 AM ladyofthelibrary
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* In "Claustrophobia", it was ''pure luck'' that Jeremie and Yumi left the cafeteria once it got sealed off. If they hadn't, there would have been no one to stop XANA.

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* In "Claustrophobia", it was ''pure luck'' that Jeremie and Yumi left the cafeteria once before it got sealed off. If they hadn't, there would have been no one to stop XANA.
16th Mar '16 9:11:09 AM ladyofthelibrary
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* In "Claustrophobia", it was ''pure luck'' that Jeremie and Yumi left the cafeteria once it got sealed off. If they hadn't, there would have been no one to stop XANA.
20th Dec '15 4:26:14 PM ladyofthelibrary
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* In "Echoes", Jeremie reveals that he had no friends before Lyoko; sad but understandable. Then he follows it up with explaining his fears that the rest of the gang will abandon him once the Supercomputer is no longer part of their lives. How badly was he bullied to believe that the kids who would risk their lives (and have proven it numerous times) would drop him like a rock the minute XANA was out of the picture?

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* In "Echoes", Jeremie reveals that he had no friends before Lyoko; sad but understandable. Then he follows it up with explaining his fears that the rest of the gang will abandon him once the Supercomputer is no longer part of their lives. How badly was he bullied to believe that the kids who would risk their lives for his sake (and have proven it numerous times) would drop him like a rock the minute XANA was out of the picture?
20th Dec '15 4:25:34 PM ladyofthelibrary
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* In "Echoes", Jeremie reveals that he had no friends before Lyoko; sad but understandable. Then he follows it up with explaining his fears that the rest of the gang will abandon him once the Supercomputer is no longer part of their lives. How badly was he bullied to believe that the kids who would risk their lives (and have proven it numerous times) would drop him like a rock the minute XANA was out of the picture?
20th Nov '15 10:54:10 AM matt0044
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** Considering XANA was using a data fragment that contained her past memories to connect her to the A.I., the Marabounta likely detected this connection and sought to eliminate any trace to XANA as it was programmed.
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