History Headscratchers / CodeLyoko

15th Jan '16 6:21:05 AM Anddrix
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** Because the companies [[ViewersAreMorons think that American viewers can't relate to foreign characters.]]
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** Because the companies [[ViewersAreMorons think that American viewers can't relate to foreign characters.]]
16th Dec '15 5:34:14 PM Ramidel
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*** Just because he can understand human motivations, and even feign them through polymorphic clones, doesn't mean that ''he'' has motivations that will make sense to humanity.
24th Oct '15 6:48:42 AM Morgenthaler
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Misuse. It's Genre Savvy, not just "savvy".
** To lessen the UnfortunateImplications a bit, it's possible that Odd cut a deal with Millie and Tamiya to set up the camera and edit out anything that would be inappropriate. Millie and Tamiya would probably assume Odd was going to make Sissi look stupid but were [[GenreSavvy smart enough]] not to give Odd anything inappropriate.
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** To lessen the UnfortunateImplications a bit, it's possible that Odd cut a deal with Millie and Tamiya to set up the camera and edit out anything that would be inappropriate. Millie and Tamiya would probably assume Odd was going to make Sissi look stupid but were [[GenreSavvy smart enough]] enough not to give Odd anything inappropriate.
19th Aug '15 1:13:23 PM JJhandle24
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**In the episode Odd was trying to think of hot things such as "blast furnaces" and such to try and fool his body, (or at least distract him from the cold in the real world) being teleported into the Ice sector likely caused the opposite effect by surrounding him with freezing imagery, thus resulting in his remark. in the case of Jeremie remarking on packing coats, he was likely being slightly snarky.
9th Jul '15 12:10:21 PM johnmyster
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Gave an answer to why the warriors can't re-virtualize themselves.
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** This is answered within the first few episodes of Cody Lyoko Evolution (though the shows may not follow all of the same rules). They can't virtualize themselves again for twelve hours.
7th Jul '15 3:37:43 AM Mattwo
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*** As much as that is true and I believe it, Code Lyoko has already gone beyond the boundaries of XANA being just a computer program by making him powerful enough to easily do supernatural things. I don't think that smoke was symbolic, because as soon as Jeremie says that XANA escaped, the episode cuts to the scene of the outside of the factory with this black figure going into the sky. That has to be XANA. There is no reason for that to be symbolic, because this scenery directly follows Jeremie's statement. Spectres are stated to be an extension of his conscious, so that's probably a piece of him possessing something(in Season 1) or someone(Season 2 and onward). When XANA performs his possession, the spectre enters the target and when the tower responsible for XANA possesing someone is deactivated, the spectre leaves the target. I'm pretty sure it's XANA's true form. In the episode "Fight to the Finish", as XANA was dying, he was forced out of William's body. XANA, in his Voice of the Legion voice, was in pain as Jeremie's program was killing him. We have even see the figure putting its "arms" on its ears, and a face with a gaping open mouth in agony, before it disappeared.
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*** As much as that is true and I believe it, Code Lyoko has already gone beyond the boundaries of XANA being just a computer program by making him powerful enough to easily do supernatural things. I don't think that smoke was symbolic, because as soon as Jeremie says that XANA escaped, the episode cuts to the scene of the outside of the factory with this black figure going into the sky. That has to be XANA. There is no reason for that to be symbolic, because this scenery directly follows Jeremie's statement. Spectres are stated to be an extension of his conscious, so that's probably a piece of him possessing something(in Season 1) or someone(Season 2 and onward). When XANA performs his possession, the spectre enters the target and when the tower responsible for XANA possesing someone is deactivated, the spectre leaves the target. I'm pretty sure it's XANA's true form. In the episode "Fight to the Finish", as XANA was dying, he was forced out of William's body. XANA, in his Voice of the Legion voice, was in pain as Jeremie's program was killing him. We have even see the figure putting its "arms" on its ears, and a face with a gaping open mouth in agony, before it disappeared.disappeared. *Why did they the Return To The Past Program when there was no real damage by XANA that wasn't major and couldn't be attributed to hardware failure and the like and there was no danger to the status quo? One episode even '''''started''''' with the Lyoko warriors fighting XANA's minions immediately followed by them returning to the past without even showing what XANA did in the real world.
20th Dec '14 9:32:27 AM AwwYeAh
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** Xana is a computer program, and programs don't have true forms. Any images are just based on being interpretations through other programs. I think the smoke was just symbolic.
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** Xana is a computer program, and programs don't have true forms. Any images are just based on being interpretations through other programs. I think the smoke was just symbolic.symbolic. *** As much as that is true and I believe it, Code Lyoko has already gone beyond the boundaries of XANA being just a computer program by making him powerful enough to easily do supernatural things. I don't think that smoke was symbolic, because as soon as Jeremie says that XANA escaped, the episode cuts to the scene of the outside of the factory with this black figure going into the sky. That has to be XANA. There is no reason for that to be symbolic, because this scenery directly follows Jeremie's statement. Spectres are stated to be an extension of his conscious, so that's probably a piece of him possessing something(in Season 1) or someone(Season 2 and onward). When XANA performs his possession, the spectre enters the target and when the tower responsible for XANA possesing someone is deactivated, the spectre leaves the target. I'm pretty sure it's XANA's true form. In the episode "Fight to the Finish", as XANA was dying, he was forced out of William's body. XANA, in his Voice of the Legion voice, was in pain as Jeremie's program was killing him. We have even see the figure putting its "arms" on its ears, and a face with a gaping open mouth in agony, before it disappeared.
27th Jun '14 10:08:21 PM Teenlyokofan7777
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** The life points are also connected to the human-DNA. If it's removed, then they can never return. In "Missing Link," the Schyphozoa took out Yumi's life points and source code to her DNA. She ended up not being able to return to Earth.
27th May '14 6:48:30 PM Whyhow
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Computer programs don't have true forms
* Couldn't the black blob(for lack of a better phrase) rising outside from the Factory to the sky from the end of the episode "The Key" be XANA's true form? That is him directly escaping the Supercomputer, not some specter or polymorphic clone right?
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* Couldn't the black blob(for lack of a better phrase) rising outside from the Factory to the sky from the end of the episode "The Key" be XANA's true form? That is him directly escaping the Supercomputer, not some specter or polymorphic clone right?right? **Xana is a computer program, and programs don't have true forms. Any images are just based on being interpretations through other programs. I think the smoke was just symbolic.
25th Feb '14 6:22:26 AM AwwYeAh
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* When they get virtualized, the scanners close, but they are never shown to immediately open again. Afterwards they are shown either open or closed, apparently depending on the situation. Is there some logic behind this or is it just random?
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* When they get virtualized, the scanners close, but they are never shown to immediately open again. Afterwards they are shown either open or closed, apparently depending on the situation. Is there some logic behind this or is it just random?random? * Couldn't the black blob(for lack of a better phrase) rising outside from the Factory to the sky from the end of the episode "The Key" be XANA's true form? That is him directly escaping the Supercomputer, not some specter or polymorphic clone right?
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