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29th Jan '16 3:55:11 AM Shadic9000
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[[WMG: Code Lyoko takes place in the same universe as "VideoGame/MegamanBattleNetwork"]]
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[[WMG: Code Lyoko takes place in the same universe as "VideoGame/MegamanBattleNetwork"]] VideoGame/MegamanBattleNetwork]]
29th Jan '16 3:54:53 AM Shadic9000
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[[WMG: Code Lyoko takes place in the same universe as [["videogame/megamanbattlenetwork"]]]]
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[[WMG: Code Lyoko takes place in the same universe as [["videogame/megamanbattlenetwork"]]]] "VideoGame/MegamanBattleNetwork"]]
29th Jan '16 3:52:31 AM Shadic9000
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[[WMG: Code Lyoko takes place in the same universe as "videogame/megamanbattlenetwork"]]
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[[WMG: Code Lyoko takes place in the same universe as "videogame/megamanbattlenetwork"]] [["videogame/megamanbattlenetwork"]]]]
29th Jan '16 3:52:11 AM Shadic9000
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[[WMG: Code Lyoko takes place in the same universe as "videogame/megamanbattlenetwork]]
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[[WMG: Code Lyoko takes place in the same universe as "videogame/megamanbattlenetwork]] "videogame/megamanbattlenetwork"]]
29th Jan '16 3:51:57 AM Shadic9000
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[[WMG: Code Lyoko takes place in the same universe as "videogame/megamanbattlenetwork]]
24th Jan '16 4:28:51 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko takes place in the same universe as SuperhumanSamuraiSyberSquad]]
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[[WMG: WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko takes place in the same universe as SuperhumanSamuraiSyberSquad]] Series/SuperhumanSamuraiSyberSquad]]

My theory is that it was a Return trip that somehow got overclocked, (X.A.N.A, Kilokhan?) and didn't work entirely as everybody who was in Sam's basement just before they did the Return-To-The-Past program remained there. This must mean that the program has a longer range than the Lyoko Warriors realize and it was once overclocked off screen and maybe some flaws in execution. Though how they solved that function and the issues with it are unknown. Admittedly I can't justify the vast differences in appearance and origin from the "Digital Domain" and Lyoko but this is a much better plot than how SuperhumanSamuraiSyberSquad actually handled it.
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My theory is that it was a Return trip that somehow got overclocked, (X.A.N.A, Kilokhan?) and didn't work entirely as everybody who was in Sam's basement just before they did the Return-To-The-Past program remained there. This must mean that the program has a longer range than the Lyoko Warriors realize and it was once overclocked off screen and maybe some flaws in execution. Though how they solved that function and the issues with it are unknown. Admittedly I can't justify the vast differences in appearance and origin from the "Digital Domain" and Lyoko but this is a much better plot than how SuperhumanSamuraiSyberSquad Series/SuperhumanSamuraiSyberSquad actually handled it.
24th Jan '16 6:40:21 AM ladyofthelibrary
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* Or perhaps he already destroyed it at some point in the past and, as a result, decided to destroy the ones who created it, the humans, as an extention of the original programming.
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* Or perhaps he already destroyed it at some point in the past and, as a result, decided to destroy the ones who created it, the humans, as an extention extension of the original programming.

[[WMG: Xana actually trapped them in a different bubble simulation at the end of ghost channels and they just think they are in the real world]] * Odd and Ulrich were right in temperary insanity.
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[[WMG: Xana actually trapped them in a different bubble simulation at the end of ghost channels "Ghost Channel" and they just think they are in the real world]] * Odd and Ulrich were right in temperary insanity."Temporary Insanity".

It would explain why she's XANA's DesignatedVictim, after all. And there's some evidence to suggest that she ''is'' the strongest, at least emotionally - being a year older, she's naturally more mature and headstrong than the others. She's also had the most experience with the supercomputer other than Jeremie and Aelita (by season 4 she can perform Returns to the Past without guidance). And her performances on Lyoko are generally impressive as well. She's managed to beat William single-handedly at least twice, and she's the only one to have defeated Aelita whilst she's under XANA's control. All that added together explains why XANA goes after her so much - he reckons that if she goes, the others will be severely demoralised, and it'll be much less difficult to put them down as well.
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It would explain why she's XANA's DesignatedVictim, after all. And there's some evidence to suggest that she ''is'' the strongest, at least emotionally - being a year older, she's naturally more mature and headstrong than the others. She's also had the most experience with the supercomputer other than Jeremie and Aelita (by season 4 she can perform Returns to the Past without guidance). And her performances on Lyoko are generally impressive as well. She's managed to beat William single-handedly singlehandedly at least twice, and she's the only one to have defeated Aelita whilst she's under XANA's control. All that added together explains why XANA goes after her so much - he reckons that if she goes, the others will be severely demoralised, demoralized, and it'll be much less difficult to put them down as well.

* There's a simpler/alternate explanation for Ulrich's bad grade's... having Odd for a roommate.
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* There's a simpler/alternate explanation for Ulrich's bad grade's...grades... having Odd for a roommate.

In "Code: Earth", Aelita is finally materialised onto Earth, and in "False Start" she spends some time on Earth before being forced back to Lyoko. Then in "New Order", Aelita lives on Earth with everyone else. Well, that's what the show tells us anyway. In fact, every episode in the series except for the first 24 is merely a hallucination on Jeremie's part. On that front, so is the scene in "Frontier" where he touches Aelita's fingertips. What ''really'' happened is that XANA succeeded in one of his attacks for once, killing many people in the process. The gang realised that they could not handle XANA any longer, and reluctantly shut down the supercomputer. Jeremie, distraught by the loss of his one true love, even if it did happen to be a computer program, went completely insane and began hallucinating that he had finally managed to materialise Aelita (hence "Code: Earth" and "False Start"). Everything else that happens afterwards consists of further hallucinations from Jeremie - Aelita being able to live on Earth full-time (Jeremie's biggest dream), the revelation that she's human (thus making Jeremie's love for her less 'pathetic') and everything else... ''all'' of that is imagined by Jeremie as he lies in his bed, his friends having long since abandoned him, and the episode "Echoes" represents Jeremie regaining his sanity and letting go of his delusions.
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In "Code: Earth", Aelita is finally materialised onto Earth, and in "False Start" she spends some time on Earth before being forced back to Lyoko. Then in "New Order", Aelita lives on Earth with everyone else. Well, that's what the show tells us anyway. In fact, every episode in the series except for the first 24 is merely a hallucination on Jeremie's part. On that front, so is the scene in "Frontier" where he touches Aelita's fingertips. What ''really'' happened is that XANA succeeded in one of his attacks for once, killing many people in the process. The gang realised realized that they could not handle XANA any longer, and reluctantly shut down the supercomputer. Jeremie, distraught by the loss of his one true love, even if it did happen to be a computer program, went completely insane and began hallucinating that he had finally managed to materialise materialize Aelita (hence "Code: Earth" and "False Start"). Everything else that happens afterwards consists of further hallucinations from Jeremie - Aelita being able to live on Earth full-time (Jeremie's biggest dream), the revelation that she's human (thus making Jeremie's love for her less 'pathetic') and everything else... ''all'' of that is imagined by Jeremie as he lies in his bed, his friends having long since abandoned him, and the episode "Echoes" represents Jeremie regaining his sanity and letting go of his delusions.

To be specific, the first Aelita lasts from the start of the series until the episode "Just In Time", when she's deleted. When the gang materialise the hair that was materialised, the implication is that it's the same Aelita. However, if you listen closely, you'll notice that they mention that the hair 'recreates' Aelita's code, rather than 'restoring' it. In other words, they made an exact copy of Aelita, with her memories intact. Now, at the time there wasn't much distinction, with her being assumed to be an AI and all. But this essentially means that the Aelita that went through so much CharacterDevelopment, discovering her past and fighting XANA all the while, was not the real Aelita at all, but a computer-generated clone of the original Aelita.
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To be specific, the first Aelita lasts from the start of the series until the episode "Just In Time", when she's deleted. When the gang materialise materialize the hair that was materialised, materialized, the implication is that it's the same Aelita. However, if you listen closely, you'll notice that they mention that the hair 'recreates' Aelita's code, rather than 'restoring' it. In other words, they made an exact copy of Aelita, with her memories intact. Now, at the time there wasn't much distinction, with her being assumed to be an AI and all. But this essentially means that the Aelita that went through so much CharacterDevelopment, discovering her past and fighting XANA all the while, was not the real Aelita at all, but a computer-generated clone of the original Aelita.

[[WMG:Aelita died when the {{MIB}} kidnapped Anthea.]]
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[[WMG:Aelita [[WMG: Aelita died when the {{MIB}} kidnapped Anthea.]]

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[[WMG:Aelita [[WMG: The Return to the Past does restore people killed by the XANA attacks; the Warriors just think it doesn't.]] * Now bear with me because this examines two incidents involving the main characters. In "Killer Music", Odd flatlines right before the Return to the Past (and I do mean the kind that medical professionals would recognize as "patient deceased") but is perfectly fine after time resets other than not having any memories of the period before the reset. Secondly, in "Cold War", Yumi is trapped under a tree in sub-Arctic temperatures in standard winter clothing; she's dead, no ifs, ands or buts but again, as soon as time resets, she's perfectly fine. Granted, only the audience knows about the first one but had Jeremie been told about the latter, he'd have quickly figured out that the Return to the Past brought Yumi back. And there are probably other examples of this kind of thing. So how did they come up with the theory that Returns to the Past don't restore those killed during the attacks? In the time between "XANA Awakens" and "Teddygodzilla", a person that the Lyoko Warriors knew well (not close exactly but well) died during the attack, possibly while one of the Warriors was trapped at the school during the attack. After the Return to the Past, the person still ended up dead and the phrasing of how in their obituary convinced the Lyoko Warriors that they hadn't been brought back to life in the first place; however, unknown to them, the person died because of causes that had nothing to do with XANA at all and the Return to the Past actually did temporarily restore them before they died again. Basically how deaths relate to the Return to the Past is this: if there's no reason for you to be dead in the reset timeline, then you'll be just fine, though Lyoko Warriors may experience memory absence (they aren't typically aware of this because the events are usually things their fellows don't want to talk about. "Killer Music" is a good example; Odd isn't told what happened in the original run of things because Ulrich still felt guilty). However, if you would have died from non-XANA-related causes (heart attack; old age; etc.), you'll be returned to life but shortly after, those non-XANA-related causes will kill you off. If this became canon, they'd probably have an episode where one of the Warriors is killed off in a way everyone on the team knows about. The XANA attack necessitates a Return to the Past and everyone is prepared to deal with the fallout of their friend being dead...when the {{MIB}} kidnapped Anthea.]]said friend walks back in and asks what's wrong. The group is forced to reevaluate their theory and adjust it.
3rd Jan '16 10:15:10 AM nombretomado
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[[WMG:Yumi grows up and becomes [[SoulEater Yumi Azusa]].]]
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[[WMG:Yumi grows up and becomes [[SoulEater [[Manga/SoulEater Yumi Azusa]].]]
20th Jul '15 5:07:49 PM Prfnoff
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* Speaking of CLAMP, there's an intersection with CodeGeass by proxy: Antea staged her "kidnapping" with a little help from [[NorioWakamoto Emperor Chuck]] for the sake of a round of [[ThePlan plan based]] Calvinball that will eventually culminate with {{Grendizer}} and Mazinkaiser being placed in the same ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'' game...except 'Dizer uses its French name "Goldorak." And it ships with [[ProductPlacement any Pizza Hut order with two large 1-toppings and breadsticks]].
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* Speaking of CLAMP, there's an intersection with CodeGeass by proxy: Antea staged her "kidnapping" with a little help from [[NorioWakamoto [[Creator/NorioWakamoto Emperor Chuck]] for the sake of a round of [[ThePlan plan based]] Calvinball that will eventually culminate with {{Grendizer}} [[Anime/UFORoboGrendizer Grendizer]] and Mazinkaiser being placed in the same ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'' game...except 'Dizer uses its French name "Goldorak." And it ships with [[ProductPlacement any Pizza Hut order with two large 1-toppings and breadsticks]].
10th Jun '15 9:49:29 AM erforce
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* At least two [[Film/BackToTheFuture Doctor]] [[VideoGame/FrontMission Browns]]
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* At least two [[Film/BackToTheFuture [[Franchise/BackToTheFuture Doctor]] [[VideoGame/FrontMission Browns]]
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