- Adding to my original idea, rebooting is already part of the Next Generation Guardian Code that they have not unlocked yet.
She will eventually rebel against him.
Because this show is heavily cliché-dependent.
- Doubtful. The Sourcerer clearly does not know how the Guardians are entering and leaving Cyberspace, while Austin's father was the one who developed that technology, as evidenced by the video file Vera extracted from the sphere the cat virus coughed up in episode 4.
- The device Austin's father invented was the size of a mouse. If the Sourcerer is Austin's father, he might not have expected anybody to build a human-sized version of a thing he made years ago, but his look of recognition when he realizes the Guardians are digitized humans (the end of episode.... eight? Nine?) suggests he's not surprised. Also, the conspicuous way they kept Austin's father's face out of shot could mean either they were too cheap to hire a real actor or they want to keep what he looks like a surprise.
- Confirmed. He had constructed an artificial body to fake his death, then he went into cyberspace as a Guardian, but the Dark Code cracked his helmet and infected him.
- The MMO was a training exercise to select Next Generation Guardians
- "Next Generation": Austin's father knows about Bob, if not the Guardian Collective. Otherwise there would be no reason for "Next Generation".
- Austin's father clearly wanted him to be the leader. What better way than to have him meet Bob before the Daemon arc?
Eventually, Kilokhan is defeated and Malcolm is left as he was before: a lonely, bitter teen. Growing up just as antisocial and misanthropic as before-if not even more so-Malcolm continues to hone his computer skills and learns how to create and control his own viruses without the help of Kilokhan and develops Dark Code. Determined to finish what he and Kilokhan started, he takes on the mantle of The Sourcerer, And begins his plan to destroy the net.
- This makes sense, considering that the end credits of a Super Human Samurai Syber Squad episode actually showed Megabyte commenting that he should keep an eye on Kilokahn, suggesting a crossover that never came to fruition.
- As a corollary: the basement dweller in episode 10 is Sam Collins. He was already a basement dweller in Super Human Samurai Syber Squad: an episode shows that his bed is in the basement.
- Jossed. The Sourcerer is Austin's father, infected with Dark Code.
- In a meta-sense, the Sourcerer isn't all that compelling a villain, so this would at least be a start towards bringing the show back from the edge after the dismal reception it got.
In the original series, Hex was registered as a virus after helping Mainframe against Megabyte. After her sacrifice to cure everyone of Daemon's infection, Mouse reports minor system problems across the Net, Dot suggests that it's Hex, and Mouse agrees. Also, a system restore would bring her back as a virus.
- The latter is most likely, as unlike other examples, Zixx is was owned by Mainframe Entertainment, which became Rainmaker Studios.
Perhaps Gigabyte would become the main villain for the second season.