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In the series, the Lyoko Warriors battle the presence of the Dark William clone in each of the sectors, as Kurisu battles inside Bakugan Dimensions, which was open during Gundalian Invaders at the time. As well taking part of Gundalian Invaders, the Warriors decide to power up more than using the Scanners, with the use of "Biomerging" a fusion technique used in Digimon Tamersthey fuse with their Bakugan to become powered up Warriors to take on the threats.

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This led to the development of the pilot, Garage Kids. The project was produced by Antefilms.

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Similar to its succeeding show Code Lyoko, Garage Kids was originally intended to be a episode miniseries detailing the lives of four French boarding school students who discover the secret of the virtual world of Xanadu; created by a research group headed by a character known as the "Professor".

The pilot featured both traditional animation and CGI. The factory and boarding school are based on real locations in France. The factory was based on a Renault production plant in Boulogne-Billancourt, which has since been demolished.

The second season started on Code lyoko September The fourth and final season began on 18 May The last episode aired on Cartoon Network was " Cousins Once Removed ", and the remaining seven episodes were released online.

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Sincethe show began airing on Kabillion until The show also aired in Latin America and Japan on Jetix. Accolades[ edit ] The series received mostly positive reviews.

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Code Lyoko was voted as the best show by Canal J viewers in France, [7] and has achieved international fame as well; the show has been rated as one of the best shows on Cartoon Network and Kabillion in the United States, with Cartoon Network having it rated as the 3 best performing show in [8] [9] and Kabillion having it as 4 in monthly average views in InMarvel Toys released a line of Code Lyoko toys and action figures.

The Game Factory has released three video games based on the show: Code Lyoko and Code Lyoko: There have been other games released through various mediums, one being Facebook. Book series[ edit ] A series of four chapter books was released by Atlantyca Entertainment and distributed in Italy and other countries.

The novels delve deeper into the unanswered questions of the series. Taking place after the end of the series, XANA has miraculously survived and returns, though weakened and initially missing its memories.

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But at the same time, a terrorist group, the Green Phoenix, has become interested in supercomputer and intend to use both it and the virtual world of Lyoko for evil purposes.

It was confirmed that the series will never be released officially in English, nor the final two books released in French. However, some time later, a fan community came together and sought to not only finish the series but translate it into more languages, including English.

They have since completed their work and made it available for free download in September For Code Lyoko on the DS, GameFAQs has 1 FAQ (game guide/walkthrough), 17 cheat codes and secrets, 3 reviews, 14 critic reviews, 1 save game, and 4 user screenshots.

Students Yumi, Jeremy, Odd and Ulrich stumble across a large Supercomputer in an old factory by their school. They soon discover that the computer houses a. Code Lyoko Battle Brawlers™ is a continuation of the 10™ series by 10 Networks after finding a suitable title for the 10th season series.

From that moment on, the life season series would carry the "Code Lyoko" title before "The New Life of Kurisu Furo". Starting off with the "Battle Brawlers. Chapter 2 - Help "Thank you for letting me come daddy." Sisi wiped her eyes with her hands.

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"Yes, but make sure to be in your best behavior."Delmas said. Nov 01,  · There is a world That is virtual and differentIt can be so cold Makes us stand up for what's right Our hope through our life If we reset it to the start.

Lyoko (pronounced either l'yoh-koh or lee-oh-koh) is a virtual world in the French animated television series, Code Lyoko. It is contained within a Supercomputer within the Factory. In "Rock Bottom" however, it is stated by Aelita that Lyoko is constantly changing its position on the Network.

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