She is a human girl who was virtualized on Lyoko by her father, Franz Hopper, before being awakened and befriended by Jeremie and the rest of the group years later. Aelita eventually rematerialized on Earth, where she became a student at Kadic Academy with the rest of her friends.
In Espionage, Aelita had chosen to remain in the core of the cortex in hopes of communicating with her mother. Later she had a nightmare that her mother never wanted to see her again. With Jeremie’s help, Aelita tries desperately to convince Anthea that she is her lost daughter and that she is alive.
All official media after Season 1 refers to him as Jérémy or Jeremy for this reason. For the first half of Season 1, Jeremie’s voice was a bit high pitched. Throughout the rest of Seasons 1 and 2, however, Jeremie’s voice was much lower. This is due to his voice actress trying to mimic a French accent.
The Scyphozoa steal Aelita’s memory. X.A.N.A. develops greater aspirations as his power and intellect grow. While still battling the heroes, it wants to obtain the keys to Lyoko in Aelita’s memory in order to gain access to the world network.
Aelita is the leader of Lyoko because she is the creator of Lyoko’s daughter and was nicknamed “Princess” by her friends. Aelita’s hair is pink on Lyokó and also in the real world. Aelita wears different outfits at different times on Earth.
He is the youngest of six children (Adele, Pauline, Elizabeth, Marie, Louise and Odd). His youngest sister is the same age as Yumi and he is the only boy. Odd is the only Lyoko warrior whose new avatar doesn’t have fingerless gloves as they are paws. Odd is the first warrior to be devirtualized on Lyoko.
Yumi Ishiyama is a highly valued member of the Lyoko Warriors. She is considered the most mature of the group as she is a year older than the others (besides William) and tends to the younger members. She is Ulrich and William’s romantic love interest and Aelita Schaeffer’s closest friend.
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A member of Team Lyoko, Jeremy Belpois is the ever-present flash of inspiration. Jeremie has only gone (or tried) to see Lyoko a few times because he is afraid of the scanners, even though he operates them.
It is based heavily on the collège (middle school) or lycée (high school) Lakanal, a real school that exists in Sceaux. The name “Kadic” is a tribute to the American writer Philip Kindred Dick; also known as Philip K. Dick, which sounds similar to Kadic.
In Code Lyoko Evolution, set a year after the fourth season finale, Ulrich is shown to have fully accepted his strong romantic feelings for Yumi by openly telling Odd that he loves her loves her and even calls her the “love of his life”.
During Season 1, Jeremie and Aelita attempted to materialize Aelita and finally succeeded in Code: Earth. This was accomplished in several stages with the Code:Earth program.
After asking Aelita to promise him that she will never forget him, Franz shuts down the supercomputer to prevent X.A.N.A. from attacking Earth and leaving Aelita 10 years in it.
continue. Meanwhile, X.A.N.A. tries to steal Aelita’s memory to get the keys to Lyoko and escape to the internet. At the end of the season the group discovers that Aelita is actually human and doesn’t have a virus, and instead is missing a fragment of herself.
Part of the 2003 live-action sequel to the original series. The famous band of secret heroes are back with new Lyoko warrior William Dunbar to fight the resurrected evil computer virus XANA. A partial live-action sequel to the original 2003 series.
Code Lyoko (full title: Code Lyoko: Get Ready to Virtualize; sometimes incorrectly referred to as Code Lyoko: Quest for Infinity) is the first video game based on the French animated series Code Lyoko, published by The Game Factory and published in was published in 2007.