In Code: Total Drama Reality, most of the characters tropes in Total Drama and Code Lyoko are still applied, so please refrain from putting the same character tropes here unless the existing trope is handled differently in the story.This page is still a work-in-progress. Beware of unmarked spoilers.
Cast from Hit Points: Her flying ability, stat restoration, and "Shadow Veil" all cost a good amount of life points.
Character Development: Reverts back to her more likable persona from previous seasons and seriously starts to question her relationship with Duncan (eventually breaking up with him) and come to better terms with Trent, Heather, and Courtney.
Team Mom: Though her more agressive and straightforward side arguably makes her the TeamDad as well.
You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Her hair becomes all-blue due to the dormant virus inside her after XANA's Grand Theft Me attempt. It then goes back to her usual streaked style after the virus is eliminated by Seraphim.
Took a Level in Badass: While it applies to all of the other new Lyoko Warriors, it's easier to see the difference from the Fragile Flower he was on the show to this version, where he actually has some self-confidence.
Jack-of-All-Trades: She's the only Lyoko character to have her own mode of transportation from the start and she's good at swordplay, agility (though Heather is better), and her water attacks are unique to herself (though Gwen and Trent have a more diverse Elemental Magic range).
Aww, Look! He Really Does Love Her: He actually never gave up his feelings for Courtney, but was pushed to pull some questionable moves (i.e. the kiss with Gwen) when Courtney's controlling personality became too much for him. The BST was resolved by "Armageddon Part 2," but then both he and Courtney get hit by Nephilim's Laser-Guided Amnesia attack. See Last Request below.
Evil Brit: His avatar has a slight British accent.
Fallen Hero: Hinted; his original programming was to destroy a greater threat and save the human race. He even saved Aelita from wolves when she was a child. Then he got hit with a virus that corrupted him into what he currently is.
Got the Call on Speed Dial: A strange variation in that he doesn't have the phone. To elaborate, Aelita does; for every return to the past, she can use specters from the supercomputer to give them their memories back as a mode of temporary assistance. Nonetheless, he's happy to get some of the action.
Henpecked Husband: His wife Melissa is probably the only person who can keep him under control.